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  • 25th-July-2008
    Dr David Banner

    Re: BBC misandry..

    1980s
    "Would you mind awfully not being so beastly to men in your programmes" MRAS


    1990s
    "Stop media bitching about men NOW" MRAS


    2000s
    "We are closing you down - out you go!" MRAs
  • 25th-July-2008
    Celtic Druid

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from 6ame View Post
    And let's not forget the programme they aired an entire series of on BBC 2, remember, men pay for a TV license as well as women, the programme was called "How To Train Your Husband", it was an old woman explaining how to henpeck your husband, it was totally out of order, as they would never have shown a programme that suggested women needed to be "trained".
    I rallied the troops and led the charge back in 2006 regarding this vile show (it finished airing in early oct 05).

    I think our online onslaught protesting this show ensured there wasn't another series (which was planned).

    http://antimisandry.com/showthread.p...=Train+Husband


    http://antimisandry.com/showthread.p...=Train+Husband
  • 16th-July-2008
    Ledburian

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Today Wednesday 16 July 2008

    BBC Radio Five Live discussion on the knife carrying culture in urban Britain and social disorder in many of these urban areas. 09:05 hrs to 13:00hrs but this discussion topic ran for the first hour only. As I was driving I only heard about 40% of the program.

    The hostess of the phone-in program is a female. She has a tendency to support "female causes". She also has a tendency to direct undue hostility towards male callers.

    She had this guy on from some group the name of which I did not catch but as soon as he drifted towards a certain amount of criticism directed at women in British society by stating reasons as to why, in his opinion, women hold a substantial amount of responsibility for the breakdown of family life in the UK and with predictable results vis a vis social disorder, she immediately began to change her attitude towards him by becoming quite aggressive, so much so that she terminated the slot with the guy sooner than would otherwise have been the case.

    This is such a common trait among the Feminazi.....as soon as they get cornered they immediately become hostile and aggressive, and instead of discussing the issues calmly and with decorum in reasoned argument, they resort to the same old tactics of either hurling insults or twisting things round in such a way as to make it appear as if the "breakdown" is all the fault of the party challenging them, and the whole thing descends into a farcical showdown with noting to show at the end of it.

    About two callers later another call came on, a male, who berated her for terminating her chat with the group representative, and said that he, too, believed whole heartedly that women far and away bear the greater reponsibility for much of the social disorder in the UK, and that the earlier speaker had spoken a lot of sense and that she should invite hiom back on the program.

    Her only response to this caller? "No way!" and she immediately cut him off.

    ALL COURTESY OF THE GRAND AND GLORIOUS BBC.
  • 16th-July-2008
    Exposing Feminism

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from celtish View Post
    the expressions "reverse sexism"
    and "reverse racism" are inanities. What they
    are talking about is perhaps negative discrimination
    In reality, there is no such thing as positive, negative or reverse discrimination. All these things have the word discrimination in common. We do not need constructed prefixes to validate the its use. Neither do we particularly need to overuse the word itself - I discriminate against certain kinds of breakfast cereal, is that wrong?

    Here is the definition of the word diversity from http://dictionary.reference.com ;-

    1.the state or fact of being diverse; difference; unlikeness. 2.variety; multiformity. 3.a point of difference.

    Simply put, 'different'. Nothing about race, colour or creed. Why then does this word have such associations? Does a person of colour consider themself to be 'different'?

    'Different' from what?

    All of this language manipulation is a tool of socialism, and hence feminism. We already have the words 'sexist' and 'racist' which can be universely applied to all, yet still words and phrases are created which insinuate that the the blame for both belongs to one entity - the white heterosexual male.

    I think that this phenomenon should be addressed by all in the Men's Rights Movement.
  • 16th-July-2008
    celtish

    Re: BBC misandry..

    6game: (1) Yes, you have been replicated! Thanks!
    http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question...5140103AAM6jCy
    (2) And yes, the expressions "reverse sexism"
    and "reverse racism" are inanities. What they
    are talking about is perhaps negative discrimination

    Percy: I fully agree. Has feminism wrecked the telly series 'Dr Who'? I think it has. 'Dr Who' used to be a great sci-fi series at one time but over the past couple of years it has degenerated into mediocrity. Would you join me in petitioning the BBC to not bring it back onto our screens.
  • 16th-July-2008
    6ame

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from celtish View Post
    This misandry is prevalent in BBC dramas and soaps. To take just one example, in Eastenders the way one of the characters on that show was basically hailed as a "heroine" for smacking her husband in the face with an iron was absolutely sickening. Her character was called "Little Moe" (the "Little" added to her victim status, of course) and her husband was abusive (as in "shouted at her" abusive).

    BBC News always advertise BBC shows by talking about them for days, and the way it is done can be truly annoying. "He deserved it", they said. "He had it coming" they said. And of course they would have said those same things about a female character who was struck in the face with an iron for shouting at her partner, wouldn't they?
    Hey, that was me that wrote that, did you put that on another website?

    On the subject of reverse racism, I asked this question in May: http://qna.live.com/ShowQuestion.asp...F5DDCB24FE5547
    I also disagree with the term, it insinuates that sexism and racism are one way streets.
  • 16th-July-2008
    Percy

    Re: BBC misandry..

    I am fortunate in not having the BBC in Oz. We have the ABC which is just as bad though and we get a lot of BBC productions.

    One of the saddest programs, for me, is Dr Who. What a farce it has decending into. Every episode now has a pushy, nasty, smart-arse 'assistant' who cannot help but spout agitprop. It is Time for the Doctor to hose out the friggin' Tardis.
  • 16th-July-2008
    Marx

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from celtish View Post
    And of course they would have said those same things about a female character who was struck in the face with an iron for shouting at her partner, wouldn't they?
    Absolutely correct. The British Bias Corporation certainly has a lot to answer for with it's constant bashing of men, justifying female violence and the like.
  • 15th-July-2008
    celtish

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Equalism is as opposed to misandry as it is to misogyny

    The entire BBC is so misandrist you wouldn't believe it if it wasn't so plain and obvious. You can even hear the occasional snide anti-men comments on some of the voiceovers when advertising forthcoming programmes.

    This misandry is prevalent in BBC dramas and soaps. To take just one example, in Eastenders the way one of the characters on that show was basically hailed as a "heroine" for smacking her husband in the face with an iron was absolutely sickening. Her character was called "Little Moe" (the "Little" added to her victim status, of course) and her husband was abusive (as in "shouted at her" abusive).

    BBC News always advertise BBC shows by talking about them for days, and the way it is done can be truly annoying. "He deserved it", they said. "He had it coming" they said. And of course they would have said those same things about a female character who was struck in the face with an iron for shouting at her partner, wouldn't they? Wouldn't they?

    http://www.celticsurf.net/phpBB3/vie...=2&t=115&p=452
  • 15th-July-2008
    Exposing Feminism

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Brian44,
    I am sorry that you find me patronising.

    I would prefer it that we were on the same side on this one, but with regard to your previous statement and in view of your keenness for clarity, I wonder if you could elaborate on a few points (emphasis mine) ?

    Quote Quote from brian44 View Post
    I only use the term out of habit for clarity, because, trust me, for most people, racism and sexism is just one way traffic. I've been talking to people about this since the early 80's and in those days racism and sexism could only be perpetrated by one gender and one race.
    You seem to be assuming that you are a better authority than I in matters of racism and sexism since the 80's. How can this be, since you have no idea of my sex, ethnicity or age?

    Can you give examples to justify the statement above , which seems to be alleging that sexism and racism is mostly perpretated by white men?

    I would be very interested to hear your views on this.

    E F
  • 15th-July-2008
    brian44

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from Exposing Feminism View Post
    I can't say that I agree with your reasoning here Brian44, but I respect your right to use language as you see fit. However, I do think that it is important that men are aware of the effects of deliberate language manipulation for political means.

    There is an interesting article about it here.

    In fraternity,
    E F
    I must say I find you extremely patronising. My reasoning is simply to not want to be misunderstood. If I assume everyone understands what I'm saying when they don't, it's pretty much a waste of time, wouldn't you say? I am not trying to manipulate language, I'm trying to de-manipulate it in a practical way. When everyone lives in your utopia I'll happily drop the use of that phrase.
  • 15th-July-2008
    Exposing Feminism

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from brian44 View Post
    I only use the term out of habit for clarity, because, trust me, for most people, racism and sexism is just one way traffic. I've been talking to people about this since the early 80's and in those days racism and sexism could only be perpetrated by one gender and one race. So I've developed the habit over the last two and a half decades. Even these days I often have to use the term to make myself clear. So in an ideal world these phrases would not be needed, but I think I will need them for some time yet.
    I can't say that I agree with your reasoning here Brian44, but I respect your right to use language as you see fit. However, I do think that it is important that men are aware of the effects of deliberate language manipulation for political means.

    There is an interesting article about it here.

    In fraternity,
    E F
  • 15th-July-2008
    brian44

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from Ledburian View Post
    The entire BBC now runs according to Feminits rules and agendas.

    End of.

    Tune in sometime and see for yourself.
    No worries, I've seen and heard for myself. I'm thinking of just watching the news and sport from now on as most drama (and the advertising in between) just makes me feel depressed or angry. Come to think of it, even documentaries irritate me with a) the way they rewrite history from a feminist perspective and b) how they do everything they can to interview female experts, even if there was only one in a team of two dozen or more. It gives the impression that most science is being done by women. It seems the women have to get the glory and exposure.
  • 15th-July-2008
    brian44

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from Exposing Feminism View Post
    Hi Brian44,

    In actual fact there is no such thing as 'reverse sexism' any more than there is such a thing as 'reverse racism' - these clumsy phrases have been purposely constructed to convey political thought - in this case, the idea that it is usually white men who are sexist and/or racist.

    We refer to this here as 'Cultural Marxism' . Cultural Marxism can be seen as a decendent of 'Critical Theory' , a communist devised political science designed to influence public opinion.

    I hope you don't mind me pulling you up on this!

    Yours in fraternity,
    E F
    I only use the term out of habit for clarity, because, trust me, for most people, racism and sexism is just one way traffic. I've been talking to people about this since the early 80's and in those days racism and sexism could only be perpetrated by one gender and one race. So I've developed the habit over the last two and a half decades. Even these days I often have to use the term to make myself clear. So in an ideal world these phrases would not be needed, but I think I will need them for some time yet.
  • 15th-July-2008
    Exposing Feminism

    Re: BBC misandry..

    Quote Quote from brian44 View Post
    I hate them too. Every single drama they produce is a reverse sexist, man hating, piece of garbage.
    Hi Brian44,

    In actual fact there is no such thing as 'reverse sexism' any more than there is such a thing as 'reverse racism' - these clumsy phrases have been purposely constructed to convey political thought - in this case, the idea that it is usually white men who are sexist and/or racist.

    We refer to this here as 'Cultural Marxism' . Cultural Marxism can be seen as a decendent of 'Critical Theory' , a communist devised political science designed to influence public opinion.

    I hope you don't mind me pulling you up on this!

    Yours in fraternity,
    E F
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