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Manchester bomb victims – RIP Philip Tron (32), Liam Curry (19), Martyn Hett, Marcin Klis (42), John Atkinson (26), as well as the 17 female victims

At the start of the Channel 4 programme May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10 which started half an hour ago – it will finish at 10:00 – Jeremy Corbyn was asked a terrorism-related question. Within seconds he … Continue reading

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Neo-Marxism and Post Modernism ‘creep’ gets called out by Dr Jordan Peterson at Harvard

Jordan Peterson is a psychology professor at the University of Toronto. He’s an important commentator on free speech, feminism, Neo-Marxism, and so much more. His website is here. Our thanks to Ray and others for this. Posted five days ago, … Continue reading

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Rod Liddle: This is the worst Tory campaign ever

A piece in the current edition of The Spectator. Why did Theresa May choose 8 June as polling day? Because she knew I’d be at the conference in Australia that day and for several days afterwards, what other possible explanation could there … Continue reading

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Quentin Letts calls Theresa May a ‘glumbucket’

Enjoy (video, 1:17). Mrs May adopts a facial expression not unlike that of Kezia Dugdale, leader of the Scottish Labia party, to which we linked a day or two ago. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – … Continue reading

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Graham Mills is raising £50,000 to create a fairer legal precedent for maintenance payments

Our proposals on divorce and divorce settlements are on pp.57-60 of our 2015 general election manifesto. Three months ago we posted a piece, Maria Mills, 51, is a parasite. An extract: Senior judges at the Court of Appeal in London … Continue reading

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HoneyBadgerRadio Live: Talking About the Red Pill with Feminist Brittany Simon – Fireside Chat 60

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Cammelia Cheshire: “My mum and brother both ended their lives after he was falsely accused of rape.”

Our thanks to John for this. He writes: Mike, At least three papers covered an interview with Jay Cheshire’s sister yesterday. Obviously an incredibly important case and unsurprisingly she contemplated suicide too. One has to wonder how many other families … Continue reading

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Fighting feminism: Let’s get practical

The speech I’ll be giving at the Australian conference in 13 days’ time will be titled, ‘Let’s Get Visible: Beyond Keyboard Activism’. It will be the last speech of the conference. I’ve been giving it a lot of thought in … Continue reading

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General election: Conservatives outline domestic violence plans. Denial of the existence of male victims continues as usual.

Our thanks to Jeff for this piece on the BBC. He writes: Perhaps with the new commission the Conservatives are proposing, Mike, they will identify that men are also victims in a significant number of cases of DV and should … Continue reading

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Karen Straughan to speak on ‘Why Marriage is Too Risky for Men’ – Sydney Institute, 7 JUne

Karen is speaking on Wednesday June 7 at The Sydney Institute on ‘Why Marriage is Too Risky for Men’. The event starts at 5.30 pm, Level 40, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney. You are welcome to attend – … Continue reading

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