Vera Baird QC – the background to our forthcoming public challenge

Tomorrow we’re going to publish a public challenge of Vera Baird QC, Police & Crime Commissioner for Northumbria. This 11-page document outlines the background to the challenge.

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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  • vadark

    Brilliant work! Hopefully this will pin a few truths on the feminist propaganda conspiracy agenda, and encourage all those self-centred, moronic feminists out there to think twice before exaggerating stats and lying through their teeth in order to make all people who have a penis look like evil, violent, sex-crazed monsters! Hopefully men will wake up and become fully wired in time for voting day and they’ll collectively apply enough pressure to leverage a result which will encourage the parties to stop and rethink their current obstinate, unreasonable, illogical, selfish, bigoted tactics, thus clearing the way to a brighter future for the males in their own future bloodlines.

    Good luck and Happy New Year, Mike!

    • Thanks V, and Happy New Year to you, too. Your support in 2014 was really appreciated.

  • Important work indeed. Firstly in “joining up the dots” between the “feminist” fixation on Domestic Violence and inequity and injustice in the family courts. Though clearly important to the funding of feminist organisations, the cleverer feminists such as Ms. Baird carry the power of this “men are bad” into the family courts, and criminal courts. For the family courts this has become more acute as now legal aid is effectively conditional on claims (not even convictions) of Domestic Violence. Similarly there are Domestic Violence Protection Orders and Notices http://www.davidgray.co.uk/2014/03/domestic-violence-protection-orders-and-notices/ from civil courts that exclude men from their own homes, a remarkable power for a civil court. 
    I can well understand the many men whose natural inclination is to support campaigns protecting girls and women. But they are being co-opted into supporting a narrative that is used to justify much wider sexism against men. Boris Johnson and others have challenged Airlines’ policies of not letting men, fathers even, sit near children. Seeming to believe such things are random “PC gone mad” things. What they need help in seeing is that such things are not random at all, but of a piece, as you have shown here. 
    Very good work. And all the best for 2015.

    • Thanks N, and thanks for all your excellent comments in 2014. All the best for 2015.

  • This is excoriating stuff, and a major challenge to this odious woman who has worked for years with the likes of Harman, Hewitt, Cooper et al, behind the scenes, to unfairly and unreasonably advantage women and disadvantage, discredit and demean men and their value to greater society.

    I am glad to see such an intellect take on her, and her like – head on – and I am reminded of the words of Omar Khayyam as a warning message for radical, dangerous, deeply left wing Marxist political feminists like her, who are dividing and undermining society:

    “The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
    Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit
    Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
    Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.”

    This is vitally important work you are doing. Everyone in this country owes you a debt of honour, even though, as yet, most people don’t know the evil that you are challenging head on.

    Get the tanks on their lawns and let them feel the passionate resentment they are engendering in men is what I say. Well done. Best of luck in the coming May 2015 general election. The work has only just begun!