In recent days we’ve pointed to heavy editing of the J4MB Wikipedia page by Philip Cross. Our thanks to a supporter for pointing us to the Talk section, where editors explain and justify their actions. An extract from Philip Cross’s contributions, in the ‘2015 general election mention’ section:
Let me put it as simply as I can: Men Rape and Assault Women. These are crimes which have a low conviction rate, most of which are not even reported to the police. Now, if a self-styled mens’ rights party ignores the issue of rape, or makes excuses for rapists, as has been alleged, [J4MB: Cross repeats a false allegation] it becomes a party of mens’ licence.
In downplaying the issue of violence against half of the population, [J4MB: we don’t, but we’re a men’s rights party, so obviously we cover violence suffered by men, which other parties don’t] in fact women constitute about 52% of the population, the attitudes of such a party becomes a social and political issue.
I don’t consider any J4MB sources and claims credible, [J4MB emphasis] and no one in any reliable source would seem to do so either.
Needless to say, ‘reliable sources’ are those that present feminist narratives, and attack J4MB. So there you have it. The prime editor of the J4MB Wikipedia page in recent times is a man who doesn’t consider any of our sources and claims credible, and is deeply hostile towards us.
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