Hi Everyone, Take a look at this…
What a lonely job, working the phones at a college rape centre. Day after day, you wait for the casualties to show up from the campus rape epidemic. But hardly any victims ever show up.
Pretty funny, eh? That’s the provocative idea which introduces Heather Mac Donald’s chapter on the campus rape myth from her new book, The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine our Culture.
It’s typical punchy stuff from a woman who has had long, impressive career as a writer and commentator. Heather Mac Donald is currently a contributing editor to City Journal and a fellow at the Manhattan Institute. She’s an outspoken commentator, for instance taking on lies in the ‘black lives matter’ narrative when speaking out about criminal justice reform and race relations, immigration and policing.
I was delighted to talk to her recently, particularly about her strong views on gender politics and the universities, an area where we have had remarkably similar experiences and similar concerns. Experiences like facing a howling mob of protesters at a university campus. My regular viewers will know the riot squad was brought in last year at Sydney University to remove protesters denying entry to the venue where I was supposed to be talking about the fake rape crisis. Heather was prevented from giving a talk about racial issues at Clairmont University – she ended up speaking to an empty room while the police protected her from the baying mob.
I’m very alarmed about the grip of the campus rape myth in Australia and thought it was timely to have Heather Mac Donald explain how this manufactured feminist scare campaign was used in her country to bully politicians into setting up tribunals where so many young men were falsely accused and thrown out of their universities – with dire consequences for the higher education sector, particularly when many of these students successfully sued over the failure of the colleges to protect their legal rights.
This is exactly where we are heading in Australia – which is why I wanted Heather to reveal the dire consequences for male students if we fail to stand up to this orchestrated campaign.
I’m sure you will be impressed by her passionate, articulate presentation of this important issue. Please circulate my video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlVI7CpUmSU
And read Heather’s book. Her detailed description of the armies of diversity bureaucrats now running American colleges will send shivers down your spine.
Don’t let the wicked witches win!
I’m really concerned that feminist campaigners are winning round after round in this battle. Look at our Deputy Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek’s promise to remove funding from universities which fail to promote the rape crisis, or the Union of Students promise to provide funding for activists opposing my talks on campus. Most recently we have seen our notorious feminist domestic violence organisation, OurWatch, in league with the universities to promote this nonsense.
We need to get active on this issue. Please write to your MP’s, contact people you know in universities, talk to students, write comments on online newspapers, contact editors over articles promoting the rape crisis. I’m going to attach a few documents to help you, outlining recent events in Australia. I’ll include evidence regarding university regulations which have recently been introduced to adjudicate rape cases – without proper legal protections for the accused and using lower standards of proof. Plus a list of articles outlining recent key events.
I’ll soon be announcing the first of my campus tour stops this year. I hope some of you will be able to come along and support me. I have big plans for Sydney University. It’s infuriating that we have heard nothing about the progress of my complaints about the protesters. Clearly, they hope I will just go away – but they have another think coming.
We’re putting together a plan we’ll be implementing at campuses across the country – many of you will be able to help make this happen. Details coming soon.
Finally, my YouTube Q&A is happening this Wednesday, February 13.
Yes, I know this was supposed to take place last week. I’m so sorry I didn’t manage to let you all know we’d been forced to postpone it. Here’s the link for the YouTube session – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zapPx8JaHOU. Subscribers can visit this page now to receive notification when the Q&A goes live.
Please use this link to send in your questions. We’re getting some great ones coming in and I am looking forward to having a very informal chat with you all about all sorts of varied topics. See some examples below.
In the future, please try to keep an eye on my Facebook or website where I will try to include all relevant information about forthcoming activities or talks. I’m incredibly overloaded here. My correspondence is totally out of control, with many hundreds of emails coming in each week. I love receiving your news items for posting on social media but just don’t have time for chatty conversations.
I really need more volunteers to help with the many campaigns we are now running. In particular I am desperate for people with expertise in video production and multi-person remote interview recording. Please get in touch if you can help.
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