An email from Bettina Arndt takes up the rest of this blog piece.
I now have a team of impressive people helping me with my efforts to bring Sydney University protesters to account for their actions. The University investigation is underway. Let’s see if that leads anywhere.
It looks like I have one more campus talk this year, on Wednesday Nov 7 at Macquarie University in Sydney. I’d love it if Sydneysiders came along to support me. I’ll post details on my Facebook page and website as soon as they are available.
I am making big plans for early next year, aiming to cover as many campuses as possible exposing the frightening truth behind the fake rape campus crisis – which is all about the efforts of feminists to persuade universities to get involved in investigating and trying date rape cases.
I was delighted that The Australian this week published a number of stories about this issue. One article mentioned the Adelaide University PhD student who came to me last year for help in warding off a committee investigating a rape allegation against him. You may have seen the video I made telling his story.
The Weekend Australian ran an excellent editorial talking about the need to insulate campus sexual complaint investigations from the excesses of victim-cheering. It talked about the fact that my campus tour was questioning whether there is research evidence to support rape crisis claims, suggesting such discussion is “tailor-made for the inquiring minds of young adults.”
Now for my new video…. as a stunning illustration of the dangers of this feminist push for victim–centred justice, I’d like you listen to an amazing talk given in July at the International Conference on Men’s issues in London. The speaker Patrick Graham is a retired social worker, who, along with four elderly men, was falsely accused by a delusional woman of being part of a paedophile ring.
This was one of the UK rape cases which collapsed due to deliberate withholding of social media evidence. Patrick tells an extraordinary story exposing the frightening influence of feminism on law systems across the world. Please help me circulate this important talk.
Finally, I just realised I might not have told you all about how to pre-order my new book, which is being published very soon.
You can use the following link to pre-order. $29.99 plus $5.00 post and handling.
You will be able to pre-order e-books in a few weeks’ time.
That’s it for now. Cheers, Tina
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