The Southern Poverty Law centre report on Hate in Europe: July 2018 includes a mention of ICMI18. The relevant section reads:
“Men’s rights conference takes place:
Meanwhile in London, the men’s rights activist International Conference on Men’s Issues, co-organized by male supremacist hate group A Voice For Men* (AVFM), took place the weekend of the July 21. The misogynist who heads AVFM, Paul Elam, couldn’t travel there because of health issues but spoke via video. In his speech, he was applauded for describing women as “opportunistic parasites in the lives of men.” Cassie Jaye, the feminist-turned-men’s rights activist documentary filmmaker who made the male supremacist funded documentary the Red Pill, attended the event. Among the speakers, Oliver Hoffman who founded an Austrian men’s right party, acknowledged that men’s rights activist should work with white nationalists.
The event concluded with the publishing of a non-feminist declaration, backed by AVFM and signed by men’s rights activists around the world including UK-based Infowars correspondent Paul Joseph Watson; Canadian YouTube personality Karen Straughan; and Americans such as male supremacist Paul Elam and Fox News contributor Suzanne Venker. The shrill declaration ends with a call to start “the non-feminist revolution” and is written in conspiratorial language. Its opening reads:
Feminists attack liberty, justice, equality and meritocracy. They attack men, women, and children, and relations between the sexes. All feminist narratives have been shown to be demonstrably one or more of the following – baseless conspiracy theories, fantasies, lies, delusions or myths. In many countries, virtually all institutions have been deeply corrupted by feminists, and by people in positions of power bowing to feminist influence.“
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