Laura Bates and Caroline Criado-Perez receive Birthday Honours from the Queen

If you ever doubted that feminism is an ideology embraced by the Establishment, the proof is here. Laura Bates has twice won our ‘Lying Feminist of the Month’ award, and will be given a BEM – Bigoted Egotistical Moaner? Herbert Purdy’s article ‘Laura Bates, the child-women, speaks again’ is here.

Caroline Criado-Perez has won the award three times, and will be given an OBE – Obnoxious Blithering Eejit? The full video of the ITV This Morning programme in which she was interviewed along with me, in the course of which she laughed and said she’d been given the award because she’s lied is here. She then uttered another lie, which led to her third award.

The writer of the Cosmopolitan piece, Zara Kenyon, has nominated herself for a ‘Gormless Feminist of the Month’ award for ending her silly piece with this:

Congratulations Laura and Caroline. We could not be more proud and excited for the future of feminism.

6 thoughts on “Laura Bates and Caroline Criado-Perez receive Birthday Honours from the Queen

  1. I don’t think I ever did doubt it – it’s been plain as day all of my life.
    Ernest Belfort Bax makes it clear that femaleism has been extant for more than a hundred years, & gynocentrism since the year dot.
    Bax wrote “perhaps in that day of a future society, my protest may be unearthed by some enterprising archaeologocal inquirer, and used as evidence that the question was already burning at the end of the nineteenth century.”

  2. I thought you had to do something for the public good to receive any award. These people do seem to qualify in any way that ordinary people would understand. As for any one else good luck to them.

  3. Well they gave an OBE and a Knighthood to Jimmy Savile, so I doubt that anyone is under the delusion that these honours go only to the deserving.
    Yet another travesty I’m afraid.

  4. PS: I’ve read that Lenny Henry and Van Morrison have been given knighthoods. With all due respect to both men, I can’t see that they deserve such an honour and I think that giving it to individuals who night reasonably be considered to be obscure, in the sense of our national interest, the shows that the honours system is now long overdue for radical overhaul, if not abolition.

  5. So that’s Laura Bates BEM, LFM and bar, and Caroline Criado-Perez OBE, LFM and two bars. Any more awards and they’ll be celebrated gender war heroines. LOL, I’ve just thought of alternatives to Victoria Cross and Military Cross.

    I think it’s time the heroic and essential contribution of women to the successful prosecution of the Great Gender War is recognised.

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