Herbert Purdy comments on the James Delingpole v Yasmin Alibhai-Brown video

Last night we posted a piece with a link to James Delingpole challenging the odious feminist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on Channel 4 News. Our thanks to Herbert for this:

“Thank god we are now seeing men with humour, clear minds, and great determination, take on this sick feminist anti-male, false victim culture that is sweeping through our lives. As James Delingpole said, ‘I find it astonishing that you girls can’t see this. I find it depressing that this country has got to this where you play these very, very dodgy games …’ Well, hurrah, and hear hear!

Cathy Newman was obviously part of the self-righteous claptrap conspiracy trying to whip up yet another feminist attack on men over alleged condoning of violence against women. Her response to the ‘you girls’ comment, that last time she looked she was a woman, clearly showed James had raised her hackles. I suggest a mature woman, one confident in her own skin would not have even picked up the point, let alone confrontationally.

But, of course in the rigid, humourless pitched battle against men in which these allegedly grown-up women are permanently engaged, they are as edgy and brittle as hell, which speaks volumes about their feminist psychology.

Then, of course, there is Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, diving, ducking and weaving, playing every tactic in the feminist lexicon to gain advantage, starting with the poor-hurt-woman card when, as James Delingpole pointed out, she has the ‘hide of a rhinoceros’.

And when the hurt woman line was demonstrably shot down in flames under Delingpole’s magnificent rhetoric, she had the brazen effrontery to play the race card. Then, when that didn’t work, she played the ‘If a Muslim had tweeted’ what Michael Fabricant had tweeted, ‘what would be the outcome?’

Is there no end to the ploys and whiles of these narrow, bigoted women? Do they have no shame?

JD calling her an ‘uber troll’ is so apposite. And her response? ‘Typical male attitude’. And his response? ‘It’s about Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, the most annoying woman on the planet.’ Well said! Amen and amen, is what I say.

But the icing on the cake came in Delingpole’s final comment, that what YAB really wanted was Fabricant’s testicles on a silver platter. Man, did he hit the nail right on the head?

England may be out of the World Cup, but this was definitely a 4-0 victory for men over these blatantly misandric bigots.

Hi-fives all round I think.”

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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  • What I would like for him to have pointed out is that Fabricant is an elected member of parliament, chosen by the people of Lichfield to represent them, and this feminist arrogates to herself the right to simply forbid him to speak, to silence him. On fine display is the sheer totalitarianism of the feminist worldview.

  • vadark

    James played an absolute blinder! Thank god we are seeing some guys with the guts required taking on these feminist bigots. Go James, go!

  • It is a comment on our political life when a spat in “twitter” land gets such air time on national news. Talk about “Wesminster Village”. Good job there isn’t anything serious going on. Hopefully I can get on the news if I get “miffed” by someone’s tweets.

  • To be fair Ms. Y.A-B did turn in a good performance in the Dame Edith Evans tradition. I particularly appreciated her use of ” coolie” adding the authentic Edwardian touch to her performance.