A sour-faced young woman with the apt pseudonym of Miss Anne Dree ‘tweeted’ the following to me, earlier this morning:
@MikeBuchanan11 die please
I tried to ‘favourite’ the tweet and ‘re-tweet’ it to my Twitter followers, but she’d blocked me from exercising both options. I invite you to reply to her comment – her account is @alexeptable. Thank you.
[Note added 16:17, March 8: one of the tweets posted by her on the #killmostmen Twitter timeline:
Miss Anne Dree
I recommend you click on
#killmostmen to see who Miss Anne Dree is associating with and supporting. This is what feminists look like.
[Note added 16:14, March 9: a supporter has informed us that Miss Anne Dree’s tweets have disappeared from the ‘tweet stream’ in question. Needless to say, we earlier took a copy of the comment stream, in the expectation her contributions would be removed. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Feminists aren’t the sharpest knives in the block, are they?]
Feminists (and others) might be interested in our public challenges of prominent feminists (and their male collaborators). They include Julie Bindel, Kat Banyard, Caroline Criado-Perez, Janet Street-Porter, Dickie James (a board member of Women’s Aid), Vince Cable MP…: