An article written by Conservative MP Mark Hoban was published on ConservativeHome today. It’s titled:
Mark Hoban MP: More jobs. More full-time jobs. More jobs for women & Britons. Employment is working.
No mention, as always, that more than half of the people registered as unemployed are men. The fact that ‘record numbers of women are in work’ is trumpeted, but there’s no mention of the fact that many of these women have been bullied into the workplace by the tax policies of a Conservative-led coalition following the feminist policy directions as the three preceding Labour administrations.
I’ve just posted the following comments. In the past the people who run the site haven’t removed my comments, but in case they start, here they are:
In the title – ‘More jobs for women & Britons’. Do I really need to point out how absurd a line that is? Nigel Farage and his people must laugh their socks off when they read lines like that, and I wouldn’t blame them. I laughed myself. Men collectively pay 72% of the income tax collected in the UK, women only 28%. It’s about damned time the Conservatives recognised men have value beyond bankrolling the state and all the state-driven social engineering schemes designed to advantage women and girls over men and boys. When (not if) Cameron announces he’s ‘reluctantly’ going to implement all-women PPC shortlists for the 2015 general election, we’ll present him with our ‘Toady of the Year’ award. It will sit nicely alongside the awards he won in 2012 and 2013.
JUSTICE FOR MEN & BOYS
(and the women who love them)