About six weeks ago we published a piece – ‘Proof that Gloria De Piero doesn’t care about men’ – concerning four posters in the window of GDP’s constituency office in Kirkby in Ashfield, here.
Two of the posters related to breast cancer. There were no posters about prostate cancer. Prostate cancer kills as many men as breast cancer kills women. Taxpayers spend £250 million p.a. on national screening programmes for early detection of breast cancer and cervical cancer. 72% of income tax in the UK is paid by men, that’s £68 BILLION more than women pay every year. Despite this:
There are no national screening programmes for any male cancers.
Early this evening I passed Gloria De Piero’s office, on my way to a delicious yet affordably-priced dinner at an excellent JD Wetherspoon pub in the centre of Kirkby, The Regent. Most of the earlier posters have gone, including those concerning breast cancer – my photograph of the window is here. I noted, however, that the two posters about domestic violence which led to GDP’s second Lying Feminist of the Month award were still there – the first relating to a helpline supporting only female victims, the second a poster of a male perpetrator.
In this relentless radical feminist narrative – the Duluth Model – only women are victims, only men are perpetrators. For decades we’ve known this is an outrageous lie. British Crime Surveys consistently show that around 40% of victims of domestic abuse in the UK are men, but given that men are far less likely than women to report being victims of domestic violence, that’s surely an under-estimate.
Why would any man (or woman, for that matter) in Ashfield vote for this anti-male MP – selected from an all-women shortlist, an abomination in a democracy – on May 7? I have no idea.