Among the people attending the conference in July will be a number of well-known vloggers including Sargon of Akkad, Spinosaurus Kin, and 5hadowfax. A tip of the hat to 5hadowfax for his latest video (1:59) concerning Jess Phillips MP, a recent winner of our Toxic Feminist of the Month award.
For anti-feminists, Ms Phillips (in common with Caroline Criado-Perez, Special Snowflake, Vera Baird QC, and so many others) is a gift that keeps on giving. In common with most of the least talented men-hating female Labour MPs, Ms Phillips was selected from an all-women shortlist. It’s what happens when women don’t have to compete with men. We see the same phenomenon with women’s soccer, darts, chess…
The 5hadowfax video extract from Question Time includes Ms P trotting out this gem:
Two women are murdered every week in this country.
We suspect she meant to include a few words such as ‘… by male partners or ex-partners’ – which would have been a lie – but failed to do so. The latest figure for homicides (i.e. murders as well as manslaughter) is closer to an average of four women per week, and eight men a week.
The graph in the video shows that the annual ratio in the homicides of men and women in the UK tends to lie between 2:1 and 3:1, the only major ‘blip’ being attributable to the people believed to have been killed by Dr Harold Shipman in 2002/3. And that’s probably only because a high proportion of the most elderly are women.
The fact that twice as many men as women are being killed in the UK these days is, of course, of no interest to Ms Phillips. Another gaffe in the daft trout’s contribution to Question Time was this, from the start of the video:
There is violence against women and girls that you are describing, a very similar situation to what happened in Cologne, could be described on Broad Street in Birmingham every week, where women are baited and heckled.
We have to attack what we perceive as being patriarchal culture coming into any culture that isn’t patriarchal. [My emphasis.]
There you have it. The genius has admitted to the nation that Britain does not have a patriarchal culture. She’ll be in trouble with the Feminist Thought Police…