Just in from Bettina:
Promoting my new book #MenToo has provided a wonderful example of the chihuahua effect. In case you haven’t heard of this before, that’s a term coined by Eric Weinstein, the brilliant American mathematician, economist, writer and managing director of Thiel Capital, which he used describe a small group producing most of the noise. Like our feminists.
No question we’re talking here about a tiny group. Only 19 per cent of Australians call themselves “feminist”, according to the Macquarie University survey that was at the heart of the recent SBS documentary, Is Australia Sexist – I recently made a video about that appalling programme.
Boy, is this small group busy yapping away, putting their own spin on what I am doing. Last week I was interviewed about #MenToo, on Channel 7’s Sunrise programme – see that interview on my video from last week. The two female hosts were surprisingly positive about my central message about mothers being concerned about their sons in this male-bashing society. It triggered a huge response from viewers, with nearly 5,000 likes on their Facebook page, compared to only 200 critical responses. Most of the 1.8 thousand comments posted were positive and included many from women supporting my argument that feminism is no longer promoting equality but rather is advantaging women at the expense of men.
There’s been no mention of this overwhelming public support in the stream of critical articles being published commenting on the interview. Instead journalists like Stephanie Bedo on news.com.au attacked the Sunrise hosts for their “one-sided” interview in which my “controversial views were left unchallenged.” Many other commentators have followed suit invariably saying Sunrise had “copped criticism” for the interview. The fake news took over as other media sites promoted this minority view as if it was the main story.
My Sunrise experience is all about the chihuahua effect. A small, noisy band of feminists attack a mainstream television programme for an interview overwhelmingly endorsed by the bulk of the programme’s audience. But it is their yapping about the shameful, one-sided television interview which attracts all the subsequent media attention.
Roll on the day when the Great Dane, the sensible majority concerned about what’s happening to men in our society, puts a stop to the antics of this irritating creature and takes it on.
New video about women at their worst.
So this week’s video is an interview I did this week with Andrew Bolt on Sky News. I talked about #MeToo revealing women at their very worst – mean, vindictive and very dangerous. But also we discuss other issues – such as why marriage is now a dud deal for men, given women’s absurdly high expectations of their relationships, the high chance they will end up dissatisfied with their marriages and the armoury of weapons being offered to divorcing women to destroy their ex-partners. The way some women are behaving makes me ashamed to be female. And of course it is the feminist movement which is pushing them on.
The interview provided a good taste of just a few of the issues I talk about in #MenToo.
Here’s the link – please don’t forget to like the video and help me circulate it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeMj1g6liSg
A very big thank you to all the people who are supporting my videos through Patreon or Paypal. You have been so generous and it is incredibly encouraging to receive this steady stream of support. And to all of my volunteers who worked with me to edit the book and the many who are now working with me on my various activities.
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and I am looking forward to a very lively 2019 as I continue my fake rape crisis tour of our campuses plus tackle a number of other campaigns supporting men’s rights. I hope more of you will come on board to help me. I am very nervous about the prospect of a change in government next year which would mean Australian men are going to be in even worse trouble.
All the best, Tina
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