David Cameron – Toady of the Year (2013)

Toady awards are presented to men in positions of power and influence, who drive and collaborate with gender feminist agendas. Without Toadies, gender feminists wouldn’t wield so much power. Gender feminism has been the ruling ideology of the political classes for 30+ years. Toadies are found in all walks of life. A third of FTSE100 chairmen are members of The 30% Club which campaigns for higher female representation on boards… even though compelling evidence  shows one consequence of higher female representation will be corporate financial decline.

Last year our associated campaign The Anti-Feminism League http://fightingfeminism.wordpress.com presented David Cameron with the Toady of the Year award. Our supporters have been incensed by the story (see earlier posts) of female engineering postgraduate students receiving additional grants worth £15,000 p.a., on the sole grounds of their gender, and several suggested we present Cameron with this year’s award too. Here’s his award certificate, which we’ll be printing off and sending to him in the next day or two, as our Xmas gift:

131212 David Cameron’s ‘Toady of the Year (2013)’ award certificate

We’re guessing wildly that Dave will win the award in 2014 too…

 

 

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Now he is stupid enough to interfere in the Nigella Lawson’s PAs fraud trial by saying he’s a Team Nigella fan. He likes her recipes apparently. I am sure his wife is happy that David likes Nigella’s dumplings.

    • John, thanks. I was in two minds about whether or not to include the story of his enthusiasm for Nigella Lawson in my original blog post, and decided against it, although the trial judge today asked the jurors to ignore Cameron’s remarks (surely they would have anyway, assuming they have IQs above that of the average fruit fly?) The final sentence in your comment is a true gem, and made me LOL. Thank you.

  • Jericho One

    It’s status posturing – a way for the ruling class to show off their status by displaying how tolerant, charitable and compassionate they are. Trouble is, they’re all freeloaders today, and their excessive generosity doesn’t cost them a penny or entail risk, because all us serfs (non-beneficiaries) are expected to foot the bill (and bailouts) while they take all the credit…

    • Jericho One, thanks. Your comments are right on the money, as usual. It must be wonderful to be in a position to be generous with other people’s money, the modus operandum of the professional political class. How I despise that class…

  • Right on. As you have reported elsewhere the people most negatively affected by the posturing in public policy are the young and those reliant on their own earnings. I suppose what one might call “working class” . Even members of Cameron’s government occasionally observe that social mobility has “stalled” particularly for young men. How gratuitous to then offer such major help to young women only . In effect the well healed members of the political elite simply avoid the negative effects as they aren’t dependent on the state for education, health or wealth. The one area this smug superiority has cracked is in divorce and family courts where the elite meet the misandry they have fostered.

    • Jericho One

      I’m one of those working-class invisible people and life is not glamorous at all – you work hard and still have negative status. At least our women have their vaginas to trade for favours and emotional gratification. They can start a family anytime they wish (whether they have a steady partner or not, or even a place to live). If they get a part-time job their wages are made up. Many single mothers are encouraged to go college and university now – it’s like they are being compensated for poor life choices and irresponsibility.

      A situation where sociopathy is rewarded and virtue punished, can not exist indefinitely. It is no wonder that working-class communities have suffered the most from social policies. I think it was the recluse and writer HP Lovecraft that said it was ‘intellectual curiosity’ that prevented him from taking his own life – he thought that there was still too many gaps left in his knowledge for him to call it a day…. What keeps me going is the somewhat perverse desire to observe the resulting endgame from decades of social policy – like wanting to see the end of a horror film even though it’s already been predetermined that all the main characters are doomed.