How Dare They Say That!

by W.F. Price on March 14, 2011

Now that the The Spearhead is getting a lot of attention online, some people are getting pretty upset. Most people, as usual, are fairly neutral. But there is a substantial minority of people deeply emotionally and financially invested in the status quo. Many of those who work in universities, some sectors of media and perhaps some in family law really, really care. These are the noisy SWPL types, and they are essentially an ideologically fascist crowd of folks. They despise dissent from their rigid, politically correct worldview.

In attacking The Spearhead, they’ve taken the easiest and cheapest angle they could find, which happens to be attacking the site for user-generated content, i.e. comments. I’ve ignored this for some time, because I thought it was such a cheap shot as not to be worth bothering with. The truth about comments on The Spearhead is that they are essentially a gratuitous service provided to readers. They are not the site itself by either law or design. In fact, if someone were to break the law in some manner in a comment, I wouldn’t be responsible unless I specifically encouraged it. All commenters own what they write. They have sole responsibility for the comments.

Nevertheless, people say things that are apparently upsetting to outside readers. This should hardly be surprising. I sometimes read comments in the online versions of local papers and see extraordinarily offensive comments. A few examples include bigotry against Christians, Jews, Muslims, Chinese, blacks, whites, Mexicans, the French, teachers, lawyers, Republicans, liberals, etc. Some are so outrageously offensive – here in Seattle particularly those denouncing Christians and Republicans – that they are actually funny. So, given that this is such a common phenomenon across the internet, why would anyone judge this particular site almost solely by its comments?

I’d venture to guess that there are a few reasons:

1. It’s easy and cheap

Cherry picking comments is a cinch. All you need to do is open your browser, go to the site and cut and paste comments to a text editor, then add snarky little replies. It’s such an easy guilt-by-association trick that even a fat, intellectually lazy slob can do it on a regular basis.

2. The people doing the denouncing are personally affronted by the comment[er]s.

Some of the people going after The Spearhead recently are those who have been personally taken to task on their own blogs by MRAs. Some, it seems, get really upset about this. Typically, these are pompous windbags with rigidly held personal beliefs about “sexism,” etc. Some of the most easily offended are über betas who worship women with a burning passion.

3. It’s the site’s weak spot.

I don’t really have time to manage comments, so a lot of stinkers get through. Also, I’ve found that the more time I put into moderating, the more it becomes necessary. Personally, I’d rather loosely enforce the comment policy and otherwise take a hands-off approach, and let people know that they are essentially reading a free-for-all rather than hand-picked comments. Recently, a number of publications have hired people full-time to deal with comments, but we simply do not have those resources. As such, it’s an easy place for those with an agenda to go in an attempt to discredit the site.

So, now that that’s out of the way, I’ll let you all in on my plan for dealing with it:

I won’t

Unless the readers of the site write me en-masse to demand that I disable commenting, I’m not going to change how they are managed. The logistics dictate that it’s either all or nothing — I don’t have a paid staff to manage this stuff, and anyone with any sense should be able to figure out how the comments are dealt with. In fact, the comment policy is pretty explicit on that count.

Here’s how the comment policy starts out:

Comments will be largely unrestricted and unmoderated…

And here’s how it ends:

…comments are solely the opinion of the commenter, and therefore do not have anything to do with the editorial policy of The Spearhead.

You’d think that would be enough, but our opponents, as usual will never give us an inch, and never cease demanding that we shut up. That’s fine. I’m not going to give them an inch either. That’s why I’m writing this explanation solely for the benefit of concerned readers — I really could give a damn what the feminists are saying.

So, if any readers are disturbed by various insults being flung around by “prominent” bloggers, don’t worry. The Spearhead has enough readers to call itself prominent in its own right, and that’s what counts. In fact, that’s probably what is bothering these guys. If they bothered to respond to an article that I personally wrote and challenged it on its own merits, I would consider that fair game, and be perfectly ready to concede any points made if I was clearly in error, but for some reason they prefer to resort to cheap shots. We can only assume that this is because their own positions are intellectually and morally indefensible.

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Paradoxotaur March 14, 2011 at 13:42

“You’d think that would be enough, but our opponents, as usual will never give us an inch, and never cease demanding that we shut up.”

If there weren’t juicy comments to quote out of context, they’d just make stuff up (as feminists have been doing for decades), and still demand that we shut up.

“The people doing the denouncing are personally affronted by the comment[er]s.”

Aw, shucks. I thought they endorsed makin’ the political personal? :-) :-) :-)

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NWOslave March 14, 2011 at 13:57

Sometimes I get more out of the comment’s than the article, (no offense W.F.). Not only are the comments informative, associated links also provide much needed “evidence” to back up a comment.

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David V March 14, 2011 at 13:57

The fact so many feminists are afraid of us means we are gaining ground. The pendulum is starting to swing back. Slowly, the zeitgeist is changing.

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V3N0M1300 March 14, 2011 at 13:58

http://www.crimeandfederalism.com is one of the blog’s that’s been shitting on the spearhead. The guy claims to be a “real man” annd says the spearhead is anti male, but then he goes and writes an article titles “Betas should be cuckold.” I think he could use some feedback, you follow?

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Roland3337 March 14, 2011 at 13:59

Agree that there’s really not much you can, or should do about extreme comments.

And most of us here know that the more extreme comments often come from men that have been hurt the worst.

I might place the standard disclaimer in a more prominent place than having it buries in the comments policy.

But beyond that, the maginas, white knights, and febots that are having hissy fits, can go piss up a rope. ($.02)

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Richard P-Man March 14, 2011 at 14:12

HOORAY!!!!

As you said, you can pick any news story, blog, or whatever – and cherry pick comments – you can choose the yahoo news stories for starters.

Does it mean Yahoo is bad?

nope.

This article COMPLETELY brightened my day!

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W.F. Price March 14, 2011 at 14:16

Sometimes I get more out of the comment’s than the article, (no offense W.F.). Not only are the comments informative, associated links also provide much needed “evidence” to back up a comment.

-NWOslave

Actually, I appreciate a lot of the comments myself. I don’t have a personal editor or fact checker, and if I make some error it’s helpful to get feedback. Additionally, I get a fair number of leads from comments. All in all, they are more useful than detrimental.

Evil Penis March 14, 2011 at 14:21

It really does go to show that people opposed to our kind are quaking in their boots and have no idea whatsoever how to silence us. I think that the self-evident nature of their desperation does nothing but further our cause.

“the comments at the spearhead are sexist and anti-male”

Are they? I think I’ll go and check for myself… Actually there are lots of interesting articles and insightful comments, as well as the nutters.

Subscribe to my reader… New recruit!!!

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 14:22

So, now that that’s out of the way, I’ll let you all in on my plan for dealing with it:

I won’t

That’s why … you’re the boss

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Herbal Essence March 14, 2011 at 14:24

I would agree some of the comments are pretty extreme. I also think we have some good “voices of reason” here too. One can find that pretty much anywhere online.

One thing that makes The Spearhead great is that the Female Supremacists, the NAWALTs, and the manginas can come here and comment all they want. MRAs/MGTOWs would never get that privilege at the vast majority of Feminist websites.

In the end, some people are going to freak out no matter what we say. As I’ve said before, I once got called “worse than Hitler” for pointing out that our current economic depression has disproportionately impacted men. LOL!

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Lovekraft March 14, 2011 at 14:30

It is pretty easy, actually, to tell if someone has followed the MRM and done the hard work by reading and absorbing the articles/insight/comments. Also one can tell from their words whether they were one of the insulated SWPLs or an actual survivor of this Gender War.

In my case, I am certain that other MRAs, Mr Price included, would vouch for my credentials, simply from the number and consistency of my postings.

So, yes, the MRM has and will continue to be under attack, but the fact is, we are winning. The lies of the victim-feminists, the mangina sycophants, and statists have lost their edge, and any further attempt to control us only serves to increase our ranks and make them look weak.

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Hard Right March 14, 2011 at 14:31

What did you do to Manboobz, Herbal Essence? He sure has his panties in a wad :)

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 14:32

Interesting, though.

Only this morning, I was linked to the following comment, from this page on Jezebel. Scroll down past the story. It’s the first comment:

Really, the only solution is to take over the country–we’re better educated and more tolerant and loving–and place men in camps and farms for heavy labor and sperm donation. Those who have other more mental skills that are useful (mathematics and engineering) and are not deemed a threat can have electronic monitoring devices that allow them to interact with women at work for a few hours a day

A reply:

this is simultaneously funny, sad, and sort of actually seems like a good idea sometimes. Sigh. But the crazy thing is that I’ve read actual academic articles that see this exact thing happening, eventually.

Now isn’t that interesting. I mean, I have never seen any MRA or anti-feminist advocate that all women should be sent to camps for labour and egg extraction, or even that women should be electronically monitored. And yet I’ve seen this kind of fascism from feminists time, and time, and time again, going right back to the SCUM Manifesto.

Who are really the extremists?

Feminists would call me a misogynist for saying I support reproductive rights for men.

And when I point out comments like that, they would femsplain to me that wanting to enslave half the human race is not at all hateful. It is, just as that person stated, loving and tolerant!

Keep in mind, too, this is Jezebel, also famous for mocking and threatening male victims of domestic violence.

Yes … when MRAs are advocating the enslavement of all women on the principle that it would be loving and tolerant to do so, then the rhetoric of feminists and MRAs might be comparable. As it stands right now, feminist rhetoric is unbelievably extremist and authoritarian. They’ve practically abandoned the whole equality angle altogether in favour of outright female supremacy.

And I gleaned all that from a small number of cherry-picked comments.

Hey, if they do it to us, they must think it’s an acceptable way to argue.

So, they must think it acceptable for us to draw conclusions along the same lines.

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Jonathan Mann March 14, 2011 at 14:32

Here is my comment: FUCK FEMINISM!

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 14:34

Oh, and …

One thought which occurred to me a couple of days ago, which is appropriate to include here.

The Spearhead had to be nasty to feminists, male collaborationists, etc.

If its commenters had not been outright hostile in the early days, it never would have become an unchallenged male space.

So … really, it’s the feminists’ own fault.

The bully gots hit back.

Boo hoo.

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 14:37

Did you see this from the previous thread I posted from Jezebal?

thetechdonkey approved by Fri 11 Mar 2011 2:47 PM

1. Can we out this guy so that all his future employers and girlfriends see his name next to this in Google?
2. Really, the only solution is to take over the country–we’re better educated and more tolerant and loving–and place men in camps and farms for heavy labor and sperm donation. Those who have other more mental skills that are useful (mathematics and engineering) and are not deemed a threat can have electronic monitoring devices that allow them to interact with women at work for a few hours a day (Edit comment)

BrazenHussy Fri 11 Mar 2011 3:23 PM

@thetechdonkey: Regarding number 2, this is simultaneously funny, sad, and sort of actually seems like a good idea sometimes. Sigh.

I guess that sets the bar. When we have a history of killing millions of unborn babies and say stuff like that above, we have to be worried.

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 14:38

Got there first, SingleDad!

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 14:43

One thing I love, when these chumps do their hit pieces on The Spearhead …

… is that there is always a reference to the title and ‘what it could symbolise,’ as if nobody, not even the site’s owner and members, has realised this yet.

I think their line of thought is that nobody would want to be associated willingly with a phallus, so Welmer and everyone else must simply not have noticed.

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fainsleep March 14, 2011 at 14:48

I have spent a lot of time listening to feminists argue, and a pattern that I see is that they never directly argue with the issue at hand. It may seem like they are trying to throw up strawmen or ad hominem arguments, but from what I’ve been able to reason feminists argue from implications and justifications. For example, feminists believe that women are superior in all ways to man simply because they have a vagina, but they won’t argue that; they argue that all men are evil (which implies women are not, and justifies viewing themselves as superior)

Welmer: I don’t think these people will ever argue/discuss your or anyone else’s articles that they don’t agree with. All they can do is sit in their “imply, justify” cycle. Instead of really trying to stimulate their intelligence and understand what you are trying to say (even without agreeing), they just pick up on the comments. Why? They can pick the bad ones, imply that all of us are nutters, then justify not listening to anything you or others have to say regardless of how rational or sound it is.

We can’t really call these types of attacks cheap-shots, because they don’t have anything better. Why use this imply/justify cycle that just avoids the issue? Because if they actually tried using reason or logic, they would have to concede some points, or in other words admit they are wrong in at least a few things. With feminism, if you’re wrong about even one small part of their heretical philosophy, it all comes crumbling down. “Whats that? Men really aren’t evil? Huh. Not all are rapists? Patriarchy invented to control women a fabrication?” Notice how the most easily defeated ideas from feminism are constantly avoided and never brought into discussion.

I’ll know that feminism is in decline when the NAWALT is replaced with Not All Feminists Are Like That; Then we can all just say “Yeah, they really are…”

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Robert Wilson March 14, 2011 at 14:51

A few months ago, I was on reading an opinion piece on another website and I came across a quote that linked to a comment on the spearhead.
http://www.the-spearhead.com/2010/10/08/stop-looking-for-a-wife-you-wont-find-one/#comment-46859

That comment got my attention, and the excellent article and other comments kept it. I’ve been following it daily ever since.
The spearhead, including many of the excellent comments, has really opened my eyes to some things that I feel I’ve known for a long time at a basic level but never managed to look past the blue pill illusions. Society, popular culture, and government schools are doing a fantastic job of teaching the feminist narrative as fact… But I think many people just can’t get over the feeling that *something* just doesn’t add up.
Thanks to the Spearhead, I now have a much better understanding of why my parents’ 27 year marriage ended last year(and the myriad ways my mom could have harmed my dad if she didn’t possess an uncommon level of integrity.) I can see that my father over the years has become progressively more beta(he was raised by a single mother with 5 siblings.) My mother tried to stay with him, but women can’t control their attraction, and eventually my youngest brother was ol enough that she quit pretending for our sake. The crazy thing is, I’m now seeing a COMPLETELY different side of my dad, what he might have been like before I was born(I’m 23), and he’s currently dating 4 women.

I have branched out into other sites that I found through the Spearhead, including Roissy, Elusive Wapiti, Laura Grace Robbins, Hawaian Libertarian, Vox Day, and others.

I’ve been following this site daily for a few months now, but this is the first time I’ve seen the need to comment. Thank you for hosting such a valuable resource.
FWIW, my strategy for dealing with idiotic comments is to skip quickly past them. They “neither pick my pocket nor break my leg.”

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anon anon March 14, 2011 at 14:51

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Anonymous March 14, 2011 at 14:53

“I think their line of thought is that nobody would want to be associated willingly with a phallus, so Welmer and everyone else must simply not have noticed.”

OMG, Welmer, quickly, before someone else gets offended, change the name to: Suck On This Bitch

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duke March 14, 2011 at 14:53

The gynocentrists are just upset that there hate in no longer going unchallenged.How dare anyone suggest the male half of the population should treated equally to the female half.It violates a central tenet of their religion.

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RCG March 14, 2011 at 15:01

A google search for “the spearhead” shows that among first 100 results, the only sites disparaging The Spearhead are:
http://www.crimeandfederalism.com
bitchmagazine.org

Within the top 100 results on Google’s Blog Search, we have in addition to the above:
bonald.wordpress.com
sexypterodactyl.wordpress.com
http://www.manboobz.com
goodmenproject.com
http://www.thinkinghousewife.com
scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/
peternolanpsychopath.blogspot.com

I’d say about 2/3 of the listed sites could be classified as either “attention whore” or “enemy agent.”

I’d also say the remaining 1/3 fall under the “circular firing squad” idea mentioned in this post: http://www.the-spearhead.com/2010/09/25/shrugging-misandry/

Overall tactics are as Mr. Price described: hate on the comments and judge the whole site by them.

Given the overall numbers (approximately 5-10% of search results have negative articles), especially compared to the much larger quantity of results promoting The Spearhead, I don’t think it’s a severe problem.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 15:02

Why just today on The Spearhead the site owner himself inferred that overweight people were somehow lazy and sloppy. Here’s the quote:

“It’s such an easy guilt-by-association trick that even a fat, intellectually lazy slob can do it on a regular basis.”

So now you see dear readers what a hateful and bigoted website this truly is.
Case closed! – D. Futrelle

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W.F. Price March 14, 2011 at 15:02

Haa! Ha-ha-ha-haaa!

Everything that “SWLP” think is bad MUST be good! At the spearhead, at least. And tell me, do you know how many nuclear plants you have put on the San Andreas Fault, along with a good part of your high tech industry?

-anon anon

Can you tell me how many people have died in coal mining accidents this year, and how many from pollution-related diseases such as emphysema?

Even if there’s a full-scale meltdown in Japan, I bet the overall death toll would be dwarfed by the above numbers.

I’ll refer you to Bernard Cohen for a more thorough treatment of the issue:

http://www.physics.isu.edu/radinf/np-risk.htm

Paradoxotaur March 14, 2011 at 15:02

“Can we out this guy so that all his future employers and girlfriends see his name next to this in Google?”

What the fat, stupid cows don’t get is that many of us are self-employed and have no intention of ever having a “future employer” and that many woman would get twitterpated by the supposed outing. Moooooo!

What I’ve noticed more often recently, and ironically, is that a lot of women are getting smacked down hard when their senior thesis, law review article or other published work saying things that just aren’t as inclusive or circumspect as might have been is outed. I’ve seen several instances of it being career ending. How sad. :-(

The neat thing about that approach, besides being asymmetrical (e.g., she may lose her job/career while for me it might be as simple as a letter to the hiring committee and copy of her published filth) is that it can be invoked again and again, at each step. Practice tip: don’t ask the author to defend herself, ask the hiring committee/school board/whatever, in writing or in a public forum, if they endorse the author’s sentiments (i.e., if they’re willing to pick up her turd and get her stink on them).

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 15:07

peternolanpsychopath.blogspot.com

LOL

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 15:09

@ Snark

Damn, I was typing that while you were, damn you slow typing skills!

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Paradoxotaur March 14, 2011 at 15:18

“do you know how many nuclear plants you have put on the San Andreas Fault”

Yes I do. Do you?

“along with a good part of your high tech industry”

Last time I checked, the company I used to work for shipped it all to Malaysia. Other high-tech industries are in AZ, TX, and elsewhere. Silicon Valley has crushingly strict environmental regulations, and much of the actual “industry” moved out long ago. Many of the former wafer fabs have been converted to laser-tag, flight simulators, BMX ramps, or similar entertainment venues. The area remains a center of research and design, and my impression is that many, if not most, of the cubicle drones down there could work from just about anywhere they could plug into the InterWebs. They’d probably get more done, too, since they wouldn’t have to attend stupid HR meetings.

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classic Joe March 14, 2011 at 15:22

If outsiders wanted to make a fair assessment of just the comments here they’d have to admit that while there are some angry and hysterical ones, the comments here are, on average, far more thoughtful and rational than at most other blogs. When a blog forbids dissent it turns into nothing more than a bunch of people agreeing with and flattering each other. The GMP, for example, should be thanking us for bringing some life to their comments section. Before the MRA crowd showed up that place was like a room full of extra dainty poodles all trying to hump each other’s legs. I love you, you’re so wonderful. No, I love you, you’re super. You’re a wonderful man. I love you so much, can I hump your leg? Not until I’ve humped yours…

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Towgunner March 14, 2011 at 15:25

good to hear everyone being a bit more optimistic. femosupremacists should fear this site and the MRM. After all feminism is just another worthless ideology that is proving to be widely inconsistent not just with nature but with itself. It’s more of a corporate marketing gimmick now then anything else.

Just a thought, if we are successful at reinstituting a constitutional republic and small limited government, thus destroying the public funding for femosupremacism I look forward to the freedom to start a business and hire whoever I want. Of course, there will be no women. You see that kind of thing will self replicate throughout society. It’s a fragile paradigm.

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TFH March 14, 2011 at 15:25

Remember what I often say.

When anyone makes a waaaaay off-base accusation, it is invariably evidence of projection. The response should not be to defend oneself, but to counterattack the person engaging in projection.

Almost everything said by leftists in general and feminists in particular, is projection.

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Robert Wilson March 14, 2011 at 15:33

To clarify: I have a lot of respect for my father. He grew up in poverty with 4 brothers and a sister. My uncles and my father dropped out of school to help their family pay the bills, but my dad eventually went back to earn his GED.
He’s incredibly hard working, and the life he’s provided for my family is quite good by any reasonable standard. 3 of his brothers never really managed it. Despite never even meeting his father during his childhood, he has set a good example for me to follow someday.
However, it is now been demonstrated to my two younger brothers and I that all of the above is not enough to maintain a marriage. Until I found the manosphere, I didn’t really know why. Being a good provider and father isn’t enough, but too many children in today’s society never learn what the opposite sex really wants/needs in a mate. Instead they learn the feminist garbage that tells them the exact opposite. My father made a number of mistakes in his marriage, and without sites like this one I might have been doomed to repeat them.

PS Please excuse any typos; smartphone browsers are quite tricky to write long comments with.

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Gx1080 March 14, 2011 at 15:36

Meeeeeeeeh. Most forums frecuented by a large number of men AND that don’t have Gestapo mods look like this.

PS:

peternolanpsychopath.blogspot.com

LOL. Yup, the easy and cheap targets.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2011 at 15:36

google( the spearhead misogynist )

then

google( like eat pray love tour, but designed for a man )

Pardoxataur “Can we out this guy so that all his future employers and girlfriends see his name next to this in Google?”

What the fat, stupid cows don’t get is that many of us are self-employed and have no intention of ever having a “future employer”

Describes my situation so if I’m “outed” big deal. Maybe it will get me the job.

Now when I looked at wordpress, they had this on their main page :

http://physicistfeminist.wordpress.com/

And I’m thinking, not a smart move lady. Are you a feminist or a physicist? You can not be all of one thing and part of another.

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Xamuel March 14, 2011 at 15:44

I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop: “So with that out of the way, comments are hereby disabled.” It never came. Congratulations on taking this courageous stand, and thanks for providing a venue for free speech.

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John Boy March 14, 2011 at 15:45

One reason I would like to see a functioning MRM is that at some level, we need others to speak for our cause. Just getting up on a soap box and ranting can only take us so far. It is one thing to blog unamamously with other men and completely another to speak publically.

I would view a organized Men’s Rights organization to represent our views unapologetically, without chivalry or fear of being politically incorrect or retaliation. Individually, we all face a backlash which can result in at a minimum of bitching and personal scorn and at its worse firing or legal penalties. But together, an organized MRM will be impervious to the standard feminist methods of attack.

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Opus March 14, 2011 at 15:47

I am disappointed to note that Pharyngula are taking pot-shots at The Spearhead, but I noticed in the past that the ‘Dawkins’ crowd are amongst the most gullible with their self-righteousness.

PeterNolan may or may not be a psychopath (but if he is, he is a very entertaining one) and clearly a certain Ingrid from Dublin cannot get enough of him as she has an entire blog (and facebook page) devoted to him. As Ali G might say ‘respect!’

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duke March 14, 2011 at 15:48

If the feminazi’s don’t stop the evil MRM now who knows what terrible things might happen.Funding for empty rape crisis centers on college campuses might be terminated,women’s sports that nobody cares about will be eliminated,fathers will be treated as equal parents,male bashing will become an unaccectable form of bigotry,and women might actually be punished for the crimes they commit and there won’t be anyone to feel sorry for them.It is a nightmare too horrible to even think about.

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 15:59

I read that femi-physicist web site. This will be the undoing of science in this country.

Having lived through the worst of feminism that web site says it all. There will be the same bull that feminists always spout then they will paint all the labs pink and make objectivity actionable as sexual discrimination.

Without a strong science base the US is sunk, IMO. Our diminution into a third world country will go hand in hand with our loss of primacy in science.

We outsourced NASA. Now are jettisoning the sciences because our widdle womenz don’t like all those numbers, there so….drab.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 16:02

When liberals criticize it’s called “satire”, “humor” or common sense.
When conservatives criticize it’s called “hate”, “racism” or lunacy.

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TFH March 14, 2011 at 16:06

On ‘outing’…

The 3 most prominent voices, Roissy, Welmer, and Paul Elam, are all posting away happily despite their real names being known for at least a year in each case…

What else ya got, bitches?

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2011 at 16:10

Was not sure whether to post her link or not, she’s just a young waif. But I agree with you 100% SD. Perhaps some thoughtful commentary from The Rogues of The Spearhead will change her thinking by the time she applies to grad school.

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W.F. Price March 14, 2011 at 16:12

I am disappointed to note that Pharyngula are taking pot-shots at The Spearhead

-Opus

Just Myers — he’s a feminist ideologue. Seriously committed to it.

fmz March 14, 2011 at 16:20

The input of alleged extreme commentary could be rebutted and dismissed as the work of agitprop shills and sock puppets. Use the claim to discredit the opponent. Flip their scripts back on them.

Maybe some brainiac man will invent some sort of internet platform or utility that enables comments and posts to be split away from the host sites. A sort of decentralisation. In that way the comments could not be directly associated with sites posting the articles which generate the commentary. That will make it difficult for them to bring the place down.

Also, being shut down has its uses. It demonstrates how the opposition operates, which makes great promotional material for the cause. A site that is shut down is replaced with a reincarnation of itself plus a few new ones as it jolts more into action. Additionally, the evolution and adaptation required to survive and thrive works to our advantage and ironically works against those whom we are circumventing.

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TFH March 14, 2011 at 16:30

Just Myers — he’s a feminist ideologue. Seriously committed to it.

As I said many times, ever since the start of 2010, manginas and whiteknights are doubling down. They know nothing else, so can only double down. Pretty soon, they will each spend $500 on a first date with a 6, and then give her a ride to the PUA’s house so she does not have to take a cab.

But they can only double down so many times. The fact that they are doubling down it shows that the breaking point is arriving soon….

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Freda Dagg March 14, 2011 at 16:34

MENZ in NZ allows a number of trusted contributors to moderate while they follow the site. Could that work for The Spearhead?

Keep up the good work.

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Opus March 14, 2011 at 16:39

I wonder, Welmer, how P.Z. (Myers) squares Feminism with Science – and he’s a Biologist, is he not? I have the dubious distinction of having been expelled from his friend (Dawkins) Forum (which no longer exists – there’s Karma for you) for lack of belief in the requisite gods – I kid you not.

As for Crime and Federalism, I like some of his stuff but I suspect with him it is a case of ‘this town ain’t big enough for the both of us’. – your site is more inclusive and wide-ranging – and less of the ‘look at me’ stuff that his site has.

As for the feminist and physicist (there’s multi-tasking for you), I see she wants more female engineers. I was tempted to leave a message suggesting we have more female plumbers and refuse collectors but thought better of pointing out the obvious, which would probably be lost on her – a perfect example of women only seeing things above themselves and never below. Equally, I knew I would be tempted to add, ‘mine is with just ONE sugar’. So I left no message.

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Herbal Essence March 14, 2011 at 16:50

Hard Right- What did you do to Manboobz, Herbal Essence? He sure has his panties in a wad?

Oh shit!!!! I didn’t even know that he had put up a post about that!

Hmmm. I suppose it wouldn’t mean anything to Mr. Boobz if I explained I was speaking about instinctual female behavior that arises from the subconscious. They’d probably have to look those words up in the dictionary, and as we all know, the dictionary is a tool of the patriarchy. See, it starts with the word -dic-. Misogyny!

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Snark March 14, 2011 at 16:53

I’m surprised teh wimminz haven’t already compiled their vagionaries …

Eve Ensler, there’s the next idea you can rip off from the patriarchy.

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djc March 14, 2011 at 16:54

I agree with Roland3337. Let them piss up a rope.

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morepork March 14, 2011 at 16:57

OT: A local (NZ) radio station are having a Win A Wanker competition.
Because-”If he’s a bloke you can guarantee he’s a wanker.”
If you want to leave a comment, or vote on the “rate this page”….
http://www.hauraki.co.nz/win-stuff/ladies-get-even-win-a-wanker-plus-1000

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Yo March 14, 2011 at 16:57

Barriers keeping women out of science don’t exist, and never did.

The guys in STEM are still pretty much the same as they were when I was getting my degrees. If a female shows any interest at all, most of them will still help her with her studies and treat her like some kind of goddess (until she fails her exams and has to leave).

So whenever I hear the delusional moaning about “what can we do to get more girls into the sciences?”, I always suggest tracking down the ones with more than half a brain and then using a net.

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 16:59

I didn’t leave a message on the femi-physics site for the same reason I didn’t leave a message on the Good Men site.

It’s a waste of time and effort to try to tell people that want us gone what they are doing wrong.

They’re lying and misleading on purpose and know exactly what they’re doing. To these people the ends justify the means. And they mean the end of us, men.

I will not provide them with the satisfaction of pointing out the obvious to them so they can make some diminutive response, which is basically, laughing at us.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 17:07

And tell me, do you know how many nuclear plants you have put on the San Andreas Fault,…?

None.
There are currently no nuclear plants on the the San Andreas Fault.

If you’re offended by men developing the electrical grid, then don’t use it.
As a matter of fact, don’t use anything. Sit in a grass hut and chant to your Goddess while clutching magic crystals firmly to the breast. Maybe a rerun of Sex and the City will appear in a hologram before your eyes.

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Renee March 14, 2011 at 17:09

Snark,

Now isn’t that interesting. I mean, I have never seen any MRA or anti-feminist advocate that all women should be sent to camps for labour and egg extraction, or even that women should be electronically monitored. And yet I’ve seen this kind of fascism from feminists time, and time, and time again, going right back to the SCUM Manifesto.

Actually I have over at the forum, mainly from Zerbert. Now to me he represents the small minority of men on sites like this/participating in the cause. A few guys even accused him of posting at the forum just to sabatoge everything.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 17:19

Let me apologize in advance for pointing out that Diane Sawyer on ABC Nightly News claimed to be, “absolutely astonished that there wasn’t one single report of any looting whatsoever amidst the chaos of the biggest disaster to ever hit Japan.”

Beer came through my my nose.

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 17:22

And after outsourcing our science, the people to whom we outsourced now own the only means of production, we dismantled ours, so, like good business men, and we are not, the Russians are raping the US to provide what NASA would have provided with jobs here in the US:

With the United States phasing out the shuttle program, the new way for U.S. astronauts to get to the International Space Station will be to catch a ride with the Russians, and NASA’s existing contract for that transport priced each rocket ride at just under $56 million.

Now, Russia is hiking the price for each rocket ride to nearly $63 million in 2014. The contract extension with the Russian Space Agency totals $753 million, which covers trips for a dozen astronauts from 2014 through 2016.

The powers that be want a world economy. The US must be a problem for them. Good thing they invested wisely in electing an all feminist administration.

An administration that is selling the US at discount prices. We are plunging into third world status.

Go team woman!

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Renee March 14, 2011 at 17:24

When I first visited this site, I was thrown WAAAAAY off, and yes offended, by the comments. Before visiting this site:
–I didn’t know that there was this huge of a conflict between the sexes
–completely unaware of a thing called the SMP
–haven’t even heard of actual reasoning behind the double standard
–haven’t heard of the myth busters against feminism and major stats, and thought that feminism was overall a good thing
–plight of men
–etc, etc

While some of the comments bother me (less often than it used to), I have read some pretty insightful and eye-opening things. Now, I just skip over anything outright offensive (which is extremely rare now). Generally, I’m not bothered by it anymore. Besides, many of the comments are pretty good and enlightening.

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Tim March 14, 2011 at 17:31

Pretty soon, they will each spend $500 on a first date with a 6, and then give her a ride to the PUA’s house so she does not have to take a cab.

hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Epoche* March 14, 2011 at 17:51

I am not saying that the comments here dont go overboard, but they just dont like the content – period.

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scot March 14, 2011 at 17:52

Gender-Raunch feminism is now the dominant form of feminism on most university campuses. The professor that took a saws-all to the womens vagina in front of his class was an example of modern “gender-raunch” in American academia.
The equality feminists of 30 years ago would have viewed this as “seeing women as sex objects”. I have reason to suspect that Modern gender-raunch wants to turn students into pervs.

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scot March 14, 2011 at 17:56

American law enforcement still manufacture misinformation by protocol perversion and semantics games, because they mistakenly think they are protecting women. They have not yet realized as Susanne hoff summers has that “Feminism has been stolen”, new “gender-raunch feminism” has very little to do with protecting women.

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Carnivore March 14, 2011 at 18:01

I have to give you credit, Bill, for leaving things wide open. Ya know – there’s the “I don’t agree with what you say but defend to the death your right to say it” ideal which too many people have forgotten.

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Tony March 14, 2011 at 18:01

Let the feminists eat cake! … Tainted with feces

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Lord Viktor March 14, 2011 at 18:02

@SingleDad:

I didn’t leave a message on the femi-physics site for the same reason I didn’t leave a message on the Good Men site.

It’s a waste of time and effort to try to tell people that want us gone what they are doing wrong.

They’re lying and misleading on purpose and know exactly what they’re doing. To these people the ends justify the means. And they mean the end of us, men.

I will not provide them with the satisfaction of pointing out the obvious to them so they can make some diminutive response, which is basically, laughing at us.

EXACTLY. Don’t even waste your time on these whores, gentlemen. Any female that supports the emasculation of men or the criminilization of being male is your enemy.

And you don’t beg your enemy for sympathy and love. They have none to give.

The ladies wanted a Gender War, so let’s give it to them, gentlemen!

“Show no mercy, for you shall receive none!” – Aragorn

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Nergal March 14, 2011 at 18:07

If you’re offended by men developing the electrical grid, then don’t use it.
As a matter of fact, don’t use anything. Sit in a grass hut and chant to your Goddess while clutching magic crystals firmly to the breast. Maybe a rerun of Sex and the City will appear in a hologram before your eyes.

Even I thought that was hilarious. I’m gonna have to use that in my next confrontation with the Wiccans.

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tom47 March 14, 2011 at 18:10

It’s hard to imagine The Spearhead without the comment section. It’s the only place a non writer like myself can make a contribution to the dialog. It’s important to say what we’re not “supposed” to say and to lead the discussion in our direction. We want to introduce ideas to the general dialog so they’re a part of the discussion.
It’s also fun to annoy the shit out of our oppressors too.

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Anti Idiocy March 14, 2011 at 18:11

Feminists have controlled the mainstream media, the academy, and the government for many years. The free, wild west nature of the internet is EXACTLY what they most fear, and nothing expresses that more than unmoderated comment sections.

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Journey March 14, 2011 at 18:13

The comments are for me 75% of the pleasure of reading the spearhead. There’s all kinds of views and opinions just like anywhere with FREE SPEECH and if you don’t like a comment you can downvote it or even..shock…engage and reply to it! I guess that’s just too much for feminists. If you’re not towing their lying twisted nasty line then you must be silenced.
Thank god for the Spearhead.

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Nergal March 14, 2011 at 18:39

Oh shit, I had a reply that was more on topic but forgot to throw it in there before I hit submit.

Here it is. Welmer’s definitely right on this one. Our comments are a weakness the feminists believe they can attack us with, so we can expect more of the same. But, they are also a strength. What the comments represent, other than those by trolls and cranks, is men talking to men about men and for men.

This shit is unprecedented. The feminists can say all they want about patriarchies and other mythical creatures, but we all know for most of history men haven’t given a second thought to what we need or want. We send boys off to war so women can be safe but we’ve never asked our fellow men, “What can I do for you?”. This is basically a losing strategy that is similar to the modern American economy, all the money goes out,nothing comes in.

So yeah, let the little mental midgets try to mischaracterize us and our opinions, fuck, they’ve been doing it to us this whole time and haven’t gotten anywhere yet. They’re just spinning their wheels while we move forward.

Fuck ‘em all. Men’s rights are gonna happen,feminists. There ain’t a damned thing you can do to stop it. It’s inevitable. And you know the funny part? It’s YOU that told everybody they should examine society from a classist perspective,we never would have imagined another way of living besides working ourselves to death to care for women and children. You did it to your fucking selves!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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Lolz Unrated March 14, 2011 at 18:43

It’s actually kind of funny.
The comments on this site are actually better quality that I see on most other blogs.

Most other places have comments that: 70% agree to and reiterate the post, 20% hate on the post in a nonsensical manner, 10% troll.

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djc March 14, 2011 at 18:59

And I love it.

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TFH March 14, 2011 at 19:00

Remember yet ANOTHER maxim of mine :

The regime that needs to suppress information to survive ALWAYS loses out to the rebels that strengthen from the free flow of information. The rate of information free-flow increases as technology advances.

If you ever find yourself suppressing information, you are on the soon-to-be-losing side, period.

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A reasonable Man March 14, 2011 at 19:01

Hi Welmer, just thought I’d pop in with a comment on your comment on the comments.

The fact that the enemies of mankind are fixing their beady eyes on The Spearhead is a good thing. It is a mission for those of us who want an equitable society for the male sex to create a broader presence and awareness within the thinking of the public. The mainstream media have, for a number of years and throughout my lifetime, promoted misandry as a feature of a ‘progressive’ and ‘enlightened’ culture; often through the guise of “protecting women and children” and “ensuring equal treatment for all”.

While it is rather obvious to us that the denigration and degradation of the status of men as human beings serves not to uplift women but merely to hurt everybody, it is not at all obvious to the untold millions of men who don’t believe they have any other way to think- or to the great masses of women who are the tacit beneficiaries of feminist legistation, jurisprudence and social policy.

Some of the comments found here are worth a giggle, some a frown and some are worth taking seriously. I read it all. Like many of the other men here, I only became actively interested in Mens’ Rights due to a personal tragedy, in this case no children involved. I came to the realisation that as a man, I was disposable. A broader climate of
misandry can and does manifest itself in interpersonal relationships.

At that time I began to search on the internet for other men similar to myself. I typed in strange things on the browser on my mobile phone, but also the term “Mens’ Rights”. I was informed that many leaders of the MRM were wife-beaters, paedophiles, rapists or had criminal charges pending against them. But I also found Mens’ News Daily, Angry Harry, Henry Makow (oh my) and eventually The Spearhead, just a few weeks old.

I read your site regularly, I enjoy my daily dose of indignation. More importantly I talk to men around me about what it means to be a man-here-now. We need more awareness and, for the time being, patience. The tree we are growing is eventually going to bear fruit. I am 31 years old and perhaps I’ll live to taste it.

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Hard Right March 14, 2011 at 19:06

@Herbal Essence

I didn’t know if you’d seen his article. I didn’t like the idea of them attacking one of “Our Gang” behind his back. He also built an article around Firepower’s James Bond comments. It seems as though half the articles over there are based on comments made here. They must spend more time on the Spearhead than we do.

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3DShooter March 14, 2011 at 19:12

Personally, I think the comments to this site are as important as the articles. It shows the, sometimes, raw opinions of the common reader and not just one person’s opinion – and that is important. If it were limited to just one point of view it would be easily ‘contained’ by the status quo. That it has a popular following is its strength.

Just my $0.02

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greyghost March 14, 2011 at 19:14

The comment section really is great welmer. and I have also found the out reach to other blogs has come from the commenters. There is a whole lot that I have found out abouit and have seen that has come from the commenters.
Right now it seems like the commenters are also writing a lot of the articles also. We now also have an internet radio show. I think it is really awesome. I can’t wait until we get some bio engineers on the spearhead so we can get them skilled betas to work on the womb and male birth control pill. One more thing…

So, now that that’s out of the way, I’ll let you all in on my plan for dealing with it:

I won’t

This gives me a lot of confidence and it looks like we have done the same for welmer.

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Lyn87 March 14, 2011 at 19:20

Snark,

And I gleaned all that from a small number of cherry-picked comments.

Hey, if they do it to us, they must think it’s an acceptable way to argue.

So, they must think it acceptable for us to draw conclusions along the same lines.

The really sad thing is that we don’t have to scour the darkest depths of the femisphere to find genocidal maniacs, their leaders say stuff like that all the time in major forums and nobody on their side calls them out. If they were even slightly honest they would say,

“This is from the unregulated Comments section.”

The next step up the honesty ladder would likely say,

“This is from the unregulated Comments section, and was heavily down-voted.”

Yet another step would say something like,

“This is from the unregulated Comments section, was heavily down-voted, and received four rebuttals, all of which were up-voted.”

One more step would lead to,

“This is from the unregulated Comments section, was heavily down-voted, and received four rebuttals, all of which were up-voted. On the other hand, we do not allow dissenting voices here.”

Of course if intellectual honesty mattered to them they wouldn’t be feminists.

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Anonymous Reader March 14, 2011 at 19:38

Welmer, I’d say that Spearhead, and the leaderless force that is Mens’ Rights, is on schedule. Recall what Ghandi said?

“First, they ignore you.
Then, they laugh at you.”

We know what comes next, right?

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djc March 14, 2011 at 19:45

Ghandi was a very wise man indeed.

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Bambino March 14, 2011 at 19:46

Long live The Spearhead, my fave online community.

As to any criticisms as to what goes on here, I guess some people feel threatened (or intimidated) by the open & fair exchange of written thoughts, opinions and ideas free of the ever-present, stifling PC speech filter.

Basically, the comments offered are the truth as we see it and I guess some people feel “offended” by men sharing their experiences and SPEAKING THEIR MINDS.

Must be too masculine for them I guess.

Post Script: Thank you for the work that you do Mr. Price.

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Anonymous March 14, 2011 at 19:51

The main reason that I come here is for the comments. I learn more from the comments than I do from reading the site content. The content is hit or miss. Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s not. But I always look forward to clicking and reading the comments. I know this site has a forum, but I don’t use the forum. I only go to the home page and read the articles and comments on the front page articles. My favorite commenters are Uncle Elmer, Troll King, and a few others whose names I can’t remember now.

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Anonymous Reader March 14, 2011 at 19:51

This comments section will be the focus of more attacks. Why? This comments section is where men take halting steps to express ideas that they dare not say out loud in their workplace, or even in their homes. This comments section is where men, bashed endlessly by the feminarchy, tell the truth of what was done to them, unvarnished, even ugly…but true in all respects, not for pity, but to educate others to real dangers. This comments section is where pretty lies wilt in the white, glaring light of merciless logic, and dry up to blow away.

This comments section is the hot forge where dross is melted away, leaving behind gold, it is the anvil where iron is hammered into steel. And for that reason, female supremacists of all stripes, from feminist to manipulatrixes to traditionalists, rage at it, yearn to silence it, suppress it, control it.

Because in all the yammerings and rantings and side issues and thread drift and jokes and naked anger, there is truth. And truth is what the female supremacists fear most.

That is why the comments section is attacked. Because they can’t stand truth.

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GT66 March 14, 2011 at 19:53

Killing comments is their first step in silencing dissent. It also prevents participation which in turn, kills views which in turn (they hope) kills the site. Look, this site is a microcosm of the Western way, to get the best of the best, you might have to pick through the worst of the worst. Otherwise, we can do as feminists prefer: we can all wear brown and call each other comrade. I’ve seen MRA sites “go pro” and the first thing they do is clamp down on comments in order to clamp down on the embarrassments to their assent. I find this to be a rather crappy and hypocritical way to “go legit.” Fuck that. We are men and like it or not, we are mostly just gentlemen savages. I for one am sick of being forced to live to that “other” gender’s definition of what my gender should or shouldn’t be or say or wear or think. So I say, if some of these oppositional forces are unhappy with us, they can stuff it. After all, wasn’t it our endless genuflection to all these groups that got us into this mess to begin with? I personally think it was. Well, I say “Fuck that and fuck them.” I don’t care what they say, I am not going back to the days of getting down on bended knee to pay homage to their “authority” on the topic of my self.

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ActaNonVerba March 14, 2011 at 19:55

Regarding any dealings with feminists in a public forum: Every time you stop what you are doing to respond to a feminist, you lose. If you act reasonable or considerate with feminists, you will lose. All they care about is their agenda and power. They laugh at you when you are thrown off focus by their guilt and shaming techniques. Never lose focus or bother with trying to make peace with them. They only want to win and don’t care about peace and talking is their specialty. You cannot outtalk them. They will BS you until the end of time while you stagnate and suffer. The strengths men have are being direct, firm, and assertive. Use them.

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Herbal Essence March 14, 2011 at 20:06

if the best criticism they can come up with is “disturbing comments” then we really are on the winning team. Unless a site is Heavily moderated, every site on the web has some outlandish comments. A website about Amish Kittens would even get an outlandish comment now and then.
So this shows me they are officially scraping the bottom of the barrel to find ways of making us look bad.

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Lyn87 March 14, 2011 at 20:17

A website about Amish Kittens would even get an outlandish comment now and then.

Amish kittens: the other white meat.

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Anonymous March 14, 2011 at 20:18

You guys really think women give a toss what we think about here?

Think again.

It all goes out the door first dick in the morning.

Lolz! The women will not change. 10,000 years of human babies should be all the proof one needs.

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Denis March 14, 2011 at 20:21

Freedom of speech is the moral high ground.

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3DShooter March 14, 2011 at 20:38

Even in Orwell’s time it was known that:

” Speaking the Truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act. “

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BobbyL March 14, 2011 at 20:38

I was about to suggest to those who are offended that they take their PC indoctrinated minds and shove them up their ass but I realized that their heads are already up their ass.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 20:50

Men used to talk like this 30 or 40 years ago among themselves. Then it got to the point where that wasn’t even safe as a generation of manginism and white knightery inflitrated man space. Sexual harrasment policy in the work place played a big part in stifling discussion. And then of course indocrinated women who their husbands swore, could read their mind if they even thought something negative.

We’re only talking in the same tone men once did, when women weren’t around…and they HATE what they’re hearing. It’s so offensive and misogynist to openly criticize feminism or women. How dare us!

FINALLY a building counter-attack, a check and balance on their power. This is a very unsettling development for those who prosper from maintaining female only entitlements.

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Keyster March 14, 2011 at 20:53

Freedom of speech is the moral high ground.

…as long as the words are chosen wisely and the truth is spoken.

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Aharon March 14, 2011 at 21:07

Off topic post:

I’m an advocate for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (RKBA) pro-2nd Amendment. Obama, who like most elites wants an unarmed population so government can more easily control the people, finished a call for renewed gun control with this paragraph:

“A man our Army rejected as unfit for service; a man one of our colleges deemed too unstable for studies; a man apparently bent on violence, was able to walk into a store and buy a gun,” Obama wrote.

A man this a man that….

Yet, in the aftermath of the shooting of the Arizona Congresswoman, I recall Obama exaggerated the role a woman played in kicking a magazine out of the shooter’s hand while two men restrained him. BTW, the two men who are the real heroes who tackled the shooter, Obama referred to as citizens.

Obama calls for agreement on gun reforms
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42063945/ns/politics/

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morepork March 14, 2011 at 21:14

The comments section is what makes this a movement and a community. It lets me know that its not just me (and Welmer) that thinks something is wrong. And as tom47 said, not all of us have the skill and experience to write an essay, but from what I see, almost everyone has something worth saying (except Lara).

PS Thanks for those that followed the link I posted here (and at another local mens site (menz.org.nz)). The radio station received a LOT of pissed off comments. They have now “declared a winner”, ie ended the competition, and they’re pretending it never happened.
We have to savour the small victories!

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Nergal March 14, 2011 at 21:19

Even in Orwell’s time it was known that:

” Speaking the Truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act. “

I recently re-read 1984. If you replace The Party with feminists and PC mongers in your mind and think of Winston as a typical man with slightly MRA leanings, it’s surprising how many parallels you can draw to our struggle against misandrists. Many of the tactics used by feminists are in there, shifting gears in mid-sentence (“we’ve always been at war with eastasia”- “we’ve always been at peace with eastasia”;”we’ve always been for men’s rights,feminism is about equality”- “we oppose MRA’s because women have special concerns that need to be addressed even if it results in legal inequalities for men”),doublethink, newspeak,criminalization of sexuality in general (but men’s sexuality in particular). It’s all in there.

In fact, for any new MRA,before even attempting to engage feminists, I would recommend reading 1984 and asking yourself what you would do in that situation, because you will be at some point.

You will watch the statistics and reports you pulled up that prove the pay gap is a result of women’s choices vanish down the memory hole again and again.

Seriously, read that fucking book today if you haven’t already. In fact,
here it is.

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SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 21:48

The question is the chicken or the egg?

All these girls went to college.

I think they’re ape’ing the book.

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The Caliph March 14, 2011 at 21:58

@TFH March 14, 2011 at 16:06

“On ‘outing’…

The 3 most prominent voices, Roissy, Welmer, and Paul Elam, are all posting away happily despite their real names being known for at least a year in each case…

What else ya got, bitches?”

How could you forget Angry Harry. He’s the Don Dada IMO

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evilwhitemalempire March 14, 2011 at 22:26

Opponents are basically giving out free advertising to this site.
They think they are turning men away by bitching about how ‘misogynistic’ it is.
If this was 20 years ago they’d probably be right. But so much has happened to men since then that Futrelle and his ilk are really just helping to blow the bugle by ranting about it. Sure men will say to their wives and girlfriends “Oh, honey! That site’s terrible!” But when they’re alone it’s a sure bet they’re checking this stuff out!
Futrelle is like a schoolteacher shouting “Don’t you DARE go and see that R-rated movie!!!!”.

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Aharon March 14, 2011 at 22:45

Opponents are basically giving out free advertising to this site. They think they are turning men away by bitching about how ‘misogynistic’ it is. If this was 20 years ago they’d probably be right. But so much has happened to men since…

Good point. Times have changed for men as have our pre-assumptions about misogyny. As an MRA observed; ‘a misogynist is made and not born’.

BTW, some men will be unconcerned with how their women might feel about the MRM and MRAs. Most women are not devoutly reading the latest feminist dogma about MRAs on the leading misandry sites.

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migu March 14, 2011 at 23:00

Schopenhauer came up with everyone’s favorite ghandism. Nietzsche repeated it and ghandi got famous for it. Go figure.

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Ed March 14, 2011 at 23:49

MEN READ THIS PLEASE: I am asking ALL MEN to start banding together to protect men. If you see a man and woman fighting, get the man’s back. Women instigate fights then when the man hauls off and knocks the shit out of her she plays the “weak woman” role and has the man arrested.

If you see a man being abused by a woman, stick by him, call the police, and have her arrested for abuse! If the cops won’t do anything about it, contact any/all men’s rights organizations and get the media involved!

Men, stop getting married. You only lose half of everything YOU’VE earned by this gold-digging whores. No vagina is worth it! Use a condom, and FLUSH it after you’re done, as some of this skanks have been known to take the semen out of the condom and trap a man with a baby.

STOP THINKING WITH YOUR PENISES! And if a woman slaps you, you have a right to haul off and slap her. The laws in this country work BOTH ways and we have a right to defend ourselves. The FEMINISTS want us to be conditioned to “stand there and take their abuse”.

HIRE MEN. PERIOD!

We’ve got to start standing together and giving men the benefit of the doubt and start watching out for our boys and helping them. They need fathers and they need our guidance. BOYCOTT any company or film or celebrity/public figure that makes derogatory remarks about men or promotes violence against men!

We only have ourselves to blame for letting women THINK we’re afraid of them and cowering to them. NO MORE! Men, we’ve got to start sticking together. PERIOD!!!

And, lastly, since women want to act like men, be men, be treated like men, and are quick to tell us they can do anything a man can do….HONOR THAT. Let them move their own furniture, buy YOUR meal, take YOU out, buy YOU a drink, and fend for themselves. Let’s honor the man-hating idiotic feminists that way!

Make your money, ADOPT your own children so the court system can’t take them away, and stop spending money on whores in strip clubs. Give to men’s rights organizations or men’s charities.

Thanks for reading!

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andybob March 15, 2011 at 01:09

RGC provided some links to fem-friendly websites. I made the mistake of checking some of them out. A random perusal of some of the comments reminded me why I rarely (almost never) argue or debate with feminists. They really are different from you and me.

Ever notice the differences in the writing styles between Spearhead commenters and the crazy fems who post at these sites (or here for that matter)? Men have a much greater talent for invective and persuasive argument. Most contibutors here have considered points of view which are usually presented clearly and stridently. This is partly because we are free of of censorship which would create P.C. constraints – the deathknell of fearless and insightful expression. It is also partly because our concerns/anger are a result of personal experiences and not just parroted dogma picked up in Women’s Studies 101.

The few feminists I managed to read were all snarly, sour, infantile, endlessly pleased with themselves and entirely predictible in their ideas and responses. I was reminded of slightly backward children lashing out in uncontrolled fits, hoping to cause as much bedlam and gain as much attention as possible, but succeeding only in causing eye-rolling contempt from the grown-ups (that’ll be us). The writers at the Spearhead often disagree, sometimes violently, but the dust-ups often produce some of the most thought-provoking input. Sometimes, long-time readers step from the shadows, provoked into contributing their own 2 cents worth, adding to the discussion, some more welcome than others. But that’s to be expected.

One feminist genius at one of the websites (calling herself Captain Bathrobe – picture it…) expressed her disapproval with the brilliant and insightful observation: “Sheesh!” Another, a SallyStrange (a rare moment of self-awareness?) supported Captain B with the blistering observation: “Dangit!”. She went on to denounce an MRA who attempted to reason with her as “Mr Not-A Happy-Camper”. She went on a rant , claiming that women created 52% of civilization (not 53%? sure?) including, “weaving, agriculture, pottery and sewing”. Her reference was a really, really, current anthropological source (uncited of course).They are bloody awful writers.

You cannot outtalk them. They will BS you until the end of time while you stagnate and suffer.

ActaNonVerba accurately delineats the horror of debating them. Why bother. If Captain Bathrobe and SallyStrange are anything to go by, femsites should be condemned as harmful to the brain. It is also depressing to know that these cretins wield so much power, but heartening to know that their time is nigh on done. More power to The Spearhead.

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Kyo March 15, 2011 at 01:50

Let me apologize in advance for pointing out that Diane Sawyer on ABC Nightly News claimed to be, “absolutely astonished that there wasn’t one single report of any looting whatsoever amidst the chaos of the biggest disaster to ever hit Japan.”

Beer came through my my nose.

Keyster, the media spouted the same nonsense in 2001 when New Yorkers pulled together and helped each other out. They were “amazed” that getting out of the WTC wasn’t an every-man-for-himself stampede and that people actually put their own lives at risk to rescue strangers.

Ten years later, they haven’t learned a thing. Genuine compassionate human beings pull together in a time of crisis. Their expectations that people would use these crises as opportunities to screw over their fellow humans and kill and cheat and steal is nothing more than projection.

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Coastal March 15, 2011 at 02:37

Two phrases come to mind. First, there’s ‘Shut up, she explained’ – now is that the perfect summation of our oppenent’s position, or what?

Then there’s the traditional advice to lawyers: ‘if the facts are on your side, argue the facts. If the law’s on your side, argue the law. If neither are on your side, thump the table and shout a lot’.

Look at FRAs: they’ve certainly lost the arguments on the facts, they can’t win on the law without throwing the basic principles of jurisprudence overboard, so now they’re squealing about how everybody who opposes the fundemental human right to commit perjury is totally the same as some guy with a ski mask lurking in an alleyway.

Meanwhile, at the extremely extreme Spearhead, no one’s arguing for a right to saw the head off of new born babies without consequences. That really happened. But how about our moderate friends? Does decapitation strike any of them as kind of extreme? Anyone at all?

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evilwhitemalempire March 15, 2011 at 02:41

Ten years later, they haven’t learned a thing. Genuine compassionate human beings pull together in a time of crisis. Their expectations that people would use these crises as opportunities to screw over their fellow humans and kill and cheat and steal is nothing more than projection.

They expect everyone to behave like women, blacks, and other ‘minorities’ typically do in situations like this.

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The Private Man March 15, 2011 at 02:46

If you’re offended by men developing the electrical grid, then don’t use it.
As a matter of fact, don’t use anything. Sit in a grass hut and chant to your Goddess while clutching magic crystals firmly to the breast.
Maybe a rerun of Sex and the City will appear in a hologram before your eyes.

This is one of the funniest paragraphs I have read in years. I salute you.

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 03:06

Hi Welmer,
yep the ‘how dare they say that’ crap is what they roll out ‘all the time’. Just yesterday a man claimed I had no respect and a problem with ‘ALL (his caps) women’. It seems that facts have nothing to do with the opinion of even men today.

As far as I am concerned? I’ve posted my answer to women here:
http://www.peternolan.com/Forums/tabid/420/forumid/14/threadid/483/scope/posts/Default.aspx

And I’ve put my mangina test here:
http://www.peternolan.com/Forums/tabid/420/forumid/57/threadid/702/scope/posts/Default.aspx

And that’s it. Men are welcome to copy the content of these posts and place it where ever they like. But until women have achieved the things in link #1 I am not interested in hearing from them. And until a MAN has PASSED the mangina test? I’m not real interested in hearing from him either.

Most men here would pass the mangina test with flying colours. My opinion.

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 03:21

NWOslave March 14, 2011 at 13:57
“Sometimes I get more out of the comment’s than the article”

NWOslave, I agree. Some of the comments here have been ‘earth shattering’. I created an entry for ‘best ever comments in SpearHead’ over here as my attempt to pick out what I thought were the most brilliant comments I had read. It’s pretty tough picking them because there are so many good ones. I wanted a place to point young men to that showed the very best. It’s why I also created best ever articles on the spearhead. It’s just my opinion by they way. I’d LOVE to see some mechanism by which men could vote on articles and that there was a page to go into the most up voted articles.

I think this would be very useful for the newbies coming here.

There is the problem that the earlier articles, though also great, simply had fewer readers as the spearhead was newer. However, there is now so much excellent content and excellent comments that there are ‘diamonds’ in the dust so to speak. We owe it to the young men to highlight the diamonds so that they are not inundated with the rest of the comments. Not an easy thing to do if you ask me. But I’m doing my bit in my little way.

http://www.peternolan.com/Forums/tabid/420/forumid/62/scope/threads/Default.aspx

There is also the issue of men like me being prepared to publish court documents and videos. I know I am ‘freeloading’ on welmer a bit to put these documents and links to my video out in front of the young men to show them what they can really look forward to. But since I am not being paid and have spent a LOT of money collecting this evidence Welmer does not have a problem with me presenting it. (Apart from ex-brother-in-law causing problems).

As far as I am aware I am still the ONLY man prepared to lawfully video record his court meeting in the family court setting and publish the video and transcript. (Ricky Partington also video recorded his hearing but did it covertly.) If THAT does not show all men EXACTLY what they can look forward to? I don’t know what will.

To see a magistrate sitting on the bench say ‘talk of inalienable rights is a nonsense’ and to see him refuse to answer the question ‘are you serving under oath today’ is the MOST VALUABLE evidence that ANYONE has presented of the crimes being committed in the FC. And these are NOT isolated incidents. I really thought that when I brought such damning evidence out that men would be up in arms about this. Apparently not. But it HAD ot be done.

So men posting into spearhead comments evidence of the crimes of the judiciary serves two very important purposes.

1. The young men see this is what is REALLY going on.
2. The ‘plausiable deniability’ of guvments saying that the courts are ‘fair and reasonable’ is destroyed. It is simply impossible for ANY politician in Australia to now claim that the courts are ‘fair and reasonable’ because this video has been with the PM for more than a year and nothing has been done about it.

http://www.youtube.com/user/peternolan1109?feature=mhum

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 03:27

@Welmer,

SingleDad March 14, 2011 at 14:37

You know. I would REALLY like to see a spearhead article that, in one article, captured the hateful comments that so many prominent feminists have made. I would love to shove that down the throats of MEN so far that they want to puke.

Women make FAR more hateful comments than men and the manginas don’t call them out on it. I’d REALLY like one single well written article of all the hatred sprewed by women against men so that I can point the manginas to it and say “until you have spent plenty of effort denouncing these women? f*** off and die”.

I am sick of manginas. They disgust me more than the western women do.

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 04:00

RCG March 14, 2011 at 15:01
“peternolanpsychopath.blogspot.com”

RCG. Yes. This is a site started by either my ex brother in law or ASIO in September last year. Most likely ASIO. ‘Illuminati Ingrid’ requested my video be taken down and posted the message received from you-tube to this site. A brother keeping an eye on it noticed an ASIO email address was mentioned in the take down message. I pinged the pop server and it existed with an ASIO domain name.

So I wrote to Eric Schmidt and lawfully noticed him that if he allowed my video to be taken down again I would accuse him of perversion of the course of justice. It has been there since October 21st and has had 1,400 views now. However. Since October the video have been blocked into Australia. Here is the evidence of the blocking of that video into Australia.

http://www.crimesagainstfathers.com/australia/Forums/tabid/82/forumid/4/threadid/13/scope/posts/Default.aspx

Hhhmmm. How about that? So I am about to lawfully notice Eric Schmidt that I am holding him responsible and I am going to offer him a choice. Donate EUR1M to the caused of mens rights or be accused and, inevitably, found guilty of perverting the course of justice and be outed as a man who suppresses the effort to bring justice to men. Given Eric is rich beyond all measure I think the EUR1M is the better deal for him.

When we eventually track down who runs this blog they will be deprived of all their property and thrown into the street. And just compare the content of this blog to what has had others taken down. LOL! It’s a joke.

This blog has been sent to business partners of mine who laughed their arses off at it. It is obviously the blog owner who is psychopath. One of the funniest things was ‘Illuminati Ingrid’ claimed she would not have any censorship. So I posted my exs home address and email address and zippo….that was IMMEDIATEDLY removed. I have the screenshot for the court case. LOL!!!

Apparenlty a lot of men are so stupid that by taking my photograph (which is copyrighted) and super imposing foolish images around it some men can be persuaded that I am not ‘serious’. I think the amount of time and effort that ASIO or my ex brother in law have spent on that blog is one of the most damning pieces of evidence that they are serious about ‘shutting him up’ using slander, copyright infringement and ridicule as the weapons of choice.

Bah-humbug. They must think I am like 99% of OTHER MEN! LOL!!

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 04:06

Robert Wilson March 14, 2011 at 14:51
“The crazy thing is, I’m now seeing a COMPLETELY different side of my dad, what he might have been like before I was born(I’m 23), and he’s currently dating 4 women.”

Robert. Your Dad must be similar to me. I was VERY beta. As a teen I wanted nothing more than to find my ‘soul mate’ and settle down and have a family. Being beta and one of the best ‘husbands and fathers’ around meant my wife shit on me after the second baby arrived in 1993 because she knew I wouldn’t leave. In 2002…when I was so fed up I decided I wanted a divorce. I just couldn’t stand all the shit any more and I wanted out. She BEGGED ME to stay. We had planned a long holiday which I cancelled. No f***ing way was I going to put up with her on this holiday. Anyway. She begged and begged and begged for ‘one more chance’. Being stupid and a beta I gave it to her.

We went on the LONG holiday together much of it sans kids. 13 weeks. 8 weeks without kids. We could never do this before. We never had the money to take that kind of holiday. It was proposed to be the ‘holiday of a lifetime’ as we would never be able to afford it again. She was told that on that holiday she was required to decide what she was going to do. If she was not willing to make a total, complete, and utter transformation, we would divorce at the end of the holiday. We were together for the whole 13 weeks. She asked what I wanted and I told her ‘just look at my mum’. Of course. She made all these promises that she didn’t keep up.

Now? Because I am not looking for a wife? I am free to date who I want when I want. This has been a lovely experience for me and I have reported some of it here. It is simple. Being married is slavery for a man. It always was. The women really hate on me because I am happier and better off after divorce than I was in marriage. The men who see marriage as better than being single, like I did, are simply brainwashed into that belief, like I was. Now? It is very, very hard for me to believe I was so brainwashed into thinking ‘marriage and children’ were the most noble and honourable things I could do. Then again? I guess we HAVE to be brainwashed or we would not believe it.

You can tell it’s brainwashing by the vehmence of the responses of the MEN when I say marriage is slavery. If it was NOT slavery the men would just ignore me and say ‘you happen to be wrong’. But, because deep down they know there is something very wrong in ‘marriage’ the brainwashed men have to attack me as well. And yep. I was one who escaped a ‘second marriage’ very narrowly. I was all ready to ‘go around again’ because ‘I just got a bad one’ and ‘the other women are not all like that’. I have news. Westeren women ARE all like that. EEW are NOT like that in the vast majority that I have met. I might just have married my fav#1 if she gave up on more children but she wouldn’t. So we are ‘just friends’. Oh..by the way. I graduated to Alpha. Being beta sucked.

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oddsock March 15, 2011 at 04:12

Damn. Does this mean I can’t post about me Batman suit and inflatable sheep anymore or about Henry VIII separation/divorce modus operandi and probably being the first true MGHOW ?

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Opus March 15, 2011 at 04:23

@Oddsock

Henry Viii is and always was very divisive. Six Wives; Two Beheadings; Two Divorces and he gets full custody and pays no alimony. No wonder the fembots hate him! Gotta love that guy.

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oddsock March 15, 2011 at 04:24

You can tell it’s brainwashing by the vehmence of the responses of the MEN when I say marriage is slavery. If it was NOT slavery the men would just ignore me and say ‘you happen to be wrong’. But, because deep down they know there is something very wrong in ‘marriage’ the brainwashed men have to attack me as well. And yep. I was one who escaped a ‘second marriage’ very narrowly. I was all ready to ‘go around again’ because ‘I just got a bad one’ and ‘the other women are not all like that’. I have news. Westeren women ARE all like that. EEW are NOT like that in the vast majority that I have met. I might just have married my fav#1 if she gave up on more children but she wouldn’t. So we are ‘just friends’. Oh..by the way. I graduated to Alpha. Being beta sucked.

@Peter Andrew Nolan

Perhaps the only part of the above posting I would question is regarding EEW being so much better? However, I do believe that in just this short paragraph you have outlined not only my own personal feelings and experience but IMHO also give a clear description of the goals most men and/or recovering manginas should always keep in mind and aim for.

Superb !

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Troll King March 15, 2011 at 04:50

the french

Fuck em, viva freedom fries….lulzlulzlulzlulz. If only people bitched about the spanish a lil more…damn, spaniards and their language taking over our culture. I saw a tv commercial in spanish today….VIVA freedom fries….the damned frenchies don’t want us to live la vida loca…lulzlulzlulzlulzlulz.

Neways, on a more serious note. I think the comments here are great. I think so for many reasons.

One thing I would like to see more of in the comment sections and especially the articles are personal stories. I know, welmer, I know. You have said more than once that you don’t really like that but I do and I find it fascinating. Let me put it this way. I wouldn’t know anything about family court if it weren’t for all the divorced guys I have worked with and seen struggle. I can’t imagine what you guys have put up with, I REALLY CAN’T…not without personal stories…it brings it home for most men..

On the subject of them, the feminazi fucks, taking our words and using against us….well, so what. Who cares. They are grasping at straws. I even made a mention on manboobz over the Hywocutz article. Apparently, me wanting to put my hand through my computer screen, in a metaphorical way, and choke a bitch means that I am eviiiiiil(mimicks austin powers doctor evil grin) or something…who cares. Let them mock us. I figure it is better for us anyways. What better recruiting tool or platform could we have to reach omega feminist men than manboobz? Any man worth having on our side will be thinned from the feminist herd and sent our way, if for no other reason than they are capable of thinking critically of issues.

Personal story time: The other day I wrote a large block of text on a reddit/mensrights post. I used nothing more than my personal stories. I talked about friends put in jail and beat up by cops in the elevator that goes from the courthouse to the jail, which is called the ‘beat box’ in local parlance, and I talked about a former gf who’s mother was a court house clerk and feminist who was divorced 3x and would take pleasure in losing or ‘misplacing’ CS and custody and etc. forms from fathers and so on. One of the replies I got said that I was simply not a guy with ‘mommy issues’, I had joked about how feminists keep telling me that cause my mom is a feminist, but that my problem was that I believe what people tell me without thinking about it.

Now, what does this even mean? There is a big difference between belief and thought. I have called myself a athiest before on multiple accounts and sometimes still do. One thing I have gotten in response was, “If you are such a athiest then why do you spend so much time talking about god?” I think this is a valid criticism. But it is off point.

I look at the comments here, especially the ones based on personal experiences, (and again, wf price I think it would be cool to know more about your experiences or anyone elses…maybe publish some simple first hand reports of family court or babymomma drama or false rapes or etc.), and I have NO reason not to BELIEVE what I read or hear. Belief is different from fact. I don’t have a 3rd eye or gods eye view of the universe. I can’t go up to the fourth dimension and witness something from a purely objective perspective, or 3rd person perspective, from 5 yrs ago. I simply can’t.

What I can do is to look at the quality of posts and even more, who cares? Whether something or other actually happened to me or not does not determine whether or not the law would treat me in x way. It doesn’t really matter what I write or read, what matters is that I know whether or not it is possible. The truth is that when you see the same patterns play out time and again, not only on the interwebz either, that sooner or later you cannot simply shrug it off.

Now, I think that my friends have told me the truth about their experiences. I think this for many reasons. You have NO reason to believe me about anything I say, and neither do I to you. I do THINK I know that when my pot dealer got beat up by his last gf it actually happened. Why? Cause a few other guys made fun of the fact in a way that they seemed to hope to dissipate the feeling by laughing at it. As men, we can either laugh or cry and I don’t want to be a lil bitch and act like a woman and cry over all sorts of crap that doesn’t much matter…..I have seen women cry over the evironment…what can I say, I am on a college campus. I have seen cows and pigs and even people die. I like meat, I like steaks. Fuck PETA. Fuck em. I am a trained butcher. Steaks and a few beers are awesome, the only thing that beats it is money and coming in at a close second is pussy.

I am getting a little long winded here, but ther point is that I think the strongest aspect of the comment section and hence, the site, is that we have so many personal stories. I have felt like crying reading some of the shit I have in the MRM but I don’t. I prefer to take that energy and turn it into something more productive, even if it only spreads memes and doesn’t produce money or tangible benefits to me.

This brings me to my second point. I think there is something amazing happening. We, as a people, are more connected than ever before but at the same time we are less connected. A hundred years ago men could share their thoughts at work, or school, or their personal spheres in fraternities and so on. Today, that results in sexual harassment or expulsion or death threats in some cases. Not only that, but many are still dealing with the psychological fall out of divorce or other female oriented problems like false rape claims or bat shit crazy gfs or etc. We can connect in ways we couldn’t have imagined just a decade or so ago but we are more disconnected due to feminism.

Don’t think for one moment that feminists want men to be connected. Women in general don’t want this, just look at their hate of ‘boys night out’.

This is all part of destroying patriarchy or brotherhood through fatherhood. They fear men banding together as men, because they(females) project what they think men will do because they think men are the same as them. Women are self destructive and communally destructive by nature. Hell, they give each other eating disorders and call each other friends at the same time. WTF??? I would rather get punched a few times and punch back and then drink some beers the next day and question each other about why we both have bruised ribs and then forget about it. There have only been two times in my life that this happened with my buds, and each time (different sets of friends too) we simply couldn’t figure out why we were angry in the first place and within a day we forgot about it…

But anyways….I think the best thing about the comments is the psychological aspect. To use a feminist buzz word, it is empowering to know that we are NOT ALONE!

I looked around for years and knew that something wasn’t right. I can remember back to being 13 and thinking this. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I finally had enough of it and started looking for answers and originally I looked towards feminist sites, I was raised by a feminist mom who my feminist dad called the “alpha mom”….but this was good and bad in so many ways. The good part is that I am still young and won’t ever be fooled by their shit again, the bad is that…damn, even if I met a NAWALT, I could never trust her cause I have seen too much.

But really, how many men have thought the same things as us, seen things they just shrugged off as a one timer, or put up with it cause it was “the manly thing to do” or because their women said, “don’t be a pussy?” How many will come here and see that they ARE NOT ALONE? I say many. WE ARE LEGION!

They can never stop us. Imagine the worst case scenario??? They get us all fired and unemployable…then what? Really. What then? I don’t have much to live for, I have no wife or children. I have no real job, I paint condos and move furniture and take care of my grandma with dementia. If I can’t even do that anymore and I can’t collect food stamps or get assistance cause those feminists take it from me, then what?(I don’t as of now, but what if I really needed the social safety net…do you guys think feminists won’t pass laws limiting or restricting what little men already get based on “misogynist speech” legislation?)

Let’s just imagine…then what? I would still be able to get ahold of guns and I am sure, I know too many guys in trouble with the law not to be sure, that I could recruit a small army because all the times I got in trouble….well, I was usually the instigator of the group. That is how I got arrested and kicked out of schools and so on. I never did anything that bad but I did get into trouble as a teen and I was actually to have a delinquent disorder by a doctor and looking back on it, it really was often my own fault. I don’t want to go there again, but if I have no choice then I can guarantee one thing. I will survive one way or another.

You can take my life but you can never take my freedom and liberty and rights. Those don’t belong to the state or to women. They spring forward from my soul and are given to me by my creator. The state does not give you rights or freedom, it exists to PROTECT them and once it stops doing that it has turned into a totalitarian regime and doesn’t deserve to exist anymore, that is my OPINION and I am not advocating violence and really I shouldn’t have to even put such a disclaimer on my comments but I don’t want a swat team in my condo at 4 am all based on a womans word.

Another thing I think is great about the comments are not just the links but how it brings so many different voices together. I am not conservative or religious or even republican but I find it so fascinating to see the other, uncencored, perspective. I am so sick of all the media and lamestream media and politicalization of everything in the fuckin world. I don’t care about the feminist or progressive aspects of dairy farmers and how the lama farmers are missing out or how libtards really don’t understand the paw paw christian nature of raising cattle in a muslim world or whatever…I mean really. It get’s fucking stupid after awhile. Just like with watching all the Japan Atomic stuff, the people on TV and even the internet have no real idea what they are talking about. They are full of factual inaccuracies. I have been watching CNN and FOX and both are full of shit, same with so many on the internet and one great thing about the comments here: Stupid people don’t last long.

I find it funny, that on reddit the most common feminist or female refrain is<"fix your grammar" in some way or another. As a man, I know one thing to be true. Guys don't give a shit about stuff like grammar to the extent that women do. Guys censor themselves around women. It is how women train us to be beta. Women control the social sphere, while men control the productive sphere. This is why a society that pushed men out will always fall. Who is gonna build the aquaducts when the bitches around them nag them to death? Who? I would rather have fun. But without access to water, well….the amount of water a average person has on a daily basis is a basic measurement of society. The romans and greeks and others and us, we all have water and so much of it we don't know what to do with it. Not so much in the deserts of the middle east or africa and so on. You can actually create a algorithm that looks at environmental scarcity, like the number of ounces a person has access to of water per day, and human development and see that it is civilization that isimportant……not society.

Men create civilization and women create society.

Now dudes, understand something. We don't need women to the same degree that women need us. Also, guys….understand one thing.

There is a psychological term for it that I forget at the moment, too many beers…lulz. The truth is though,that smart people tend to under estimate their intelligence and stupid people tend to over estimate their intelligence.

Now, intelligence is somewhat subjective but in many respects it isn't. I don't care how well someone can repeat something based on rote memorization, how well can they fulfill their function? I only bring this up because I am really struggling with it lately. I have believed people and we all, as humans, make the same mistake (especially if raised by feminists, which as a son of one and a gen Y..well) of believing that others minds work the same as ours do. This is at the heart of game. WE, as men, think that women must think the same way we do and even more, I am kinda amazed at how many men actually think alike. Women, they do not think the same way we do. I actually think this will be the saving card, the ace in the hole fo men. I think the same as men from africa, from asia, from the south and north and west and north west and canada and even the frrenchies andrepublicans and dems and…and so on. Arabs and chinese and indians and hsipanics/latinos and so on. I think the ability to make this same mistake will be our saving grace, it shows we are more similiar to each other as men than we are different.

I really do think it is a amazing thing, we all make the mistake of thinking that others think the same way we do. I have made this mistake with dumbass friends and even more, so many time…so many times…with women. I just couldn't figure out why they kept thinking the way they did, when they were often fairly smart…I just couldn't. Then I realized that not all of us think the same way and the internet, well, it is the reat equalizer of thought…just like death.

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Ryu March 15, 2011 at 04:58

This is amusing.

Heaven help us, if we should ever offend any man, woman, or plant. Today there is no greater crime than to offend someone, especially a minority or a feminist.

If you can’t take criticism or a contrary opinion in this world, then you are going to be in for a long, hard life.

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 05:43

oddsock March 15, 2011 at 04:24
“Perhaps the only part of the above posting I would question is regarding EEW being so much better?”

Oddsock. It is perfectly reasonable to question that. There is NO shortage of EEW who would abuse a man either. However they are VERY easy to spot. EEW will tell you outright that there are plenty of cruel and horrible women and they will support and defend a good man. NO EEW has criticised me for dis-owning my former children. NOT ONE. How many western women AND MANGINAS have hated on me for doing that? Lots.

Short story in case you missed it and for newbies of which there are plenty. Early in getting to know each other better my fav#4 asked me to see photos of my former family. I showed some to her…we spent about 3 hours over this. During the time of seeing me with my former children, playing with them and being with them? A number of times she choked up and said words to the effect “You had what I want more than anything in the world. You had your children taken from you. How did you survive that?” She commented in many different ways “It is obvious you loved your children dearly”. She commented “I can not even begin to imagine or understand how hurt you must have been to have your children kidnapped.” She asked “How can you view these photos and not cry? Not be upset?” She showed me deep respect and concern. Every father who reads this knows exactly what I mean when I say she showed me the respect a great father and husband has earned. Every….bit….of…..it.

At the end of viewing these photos? She said to me “I hope that one day you will be able to be with your children again.” I severely reprimanded her reiterating that I had given my word that will never happen. Undaunted she sat for a short period…I’d guess 20 seconds maybe….and she said one of the most caring and loving things I EVER heard in my life…..and we were JUST getting close…she said words to the effect:

“I will pray to God that one day He touches your heart and the heart of your children. I will pray He will bring you together.”

Why is that so loving and caring? Because she showed that she respected me and my word. She showed that she would not talk to me directly ever again on this topic and she didn’t. She showed what she wished for me but in such a way that it would be acceptable to me. After all? If ‘God’ touches my heart such that I choose to allow my former children back into my life then so be it.

Guess what? Of ALL my western female friends. Of ALL my aunts. Of ALL my female cousins. NONE of them has said ONE sentence like this to me. NOT ONE. I repeat. I’d known this woman for about 10 months at this point 7 months as an ‘acquaintance’ and we were on about our 3rd or 4th date when she treated me this respectfully and this caringly. I challenge ANY man who has had his children kidnapped to tell me that Western Women have shown him similar respect and care. I have not see ONE western woman do such to me. NOT ONE.

The usual response from an EEW woman to me telling them I dis-owned my former children is to give me a hug and a kiss on the cheek and tell me they are so sorry for me to lose my former children and they ALL denounce my ex as a complete bitch for doing this. Almost to a ONE. I’ve even had women who were ‘friends of friends’ search me out just to hug me and tell me I have their best wishes. EEW I don’t even know. How about that? EEW I DO NOT EVEN KNOW treat me better than my LONGEST TERM WW ‘friends’. WW are pissed off as hell that I prefer EEW and that I sing their praises. And sure. Not ALL EEW are ‘like that’. But they are so much better there is no real comparison in my book. Especially in the age range I date. 30-35.

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Opus March 15, 2011 at 05:49

That Ingrid seems pretty keen on you PAN. Irish, I suppose – they do have a certain reputation for having a temper, so probably best to avoid, but yet…!

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Ken March 15, 2011 at 06:08

Shows that the Spear-head is making waves! :)
and it really says something when the “reader comments” rock the feminist boat even more than the article content!
All I can say is WOW and KEEP IT UP!!

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 06:10

oddsock March 15, 2011 at 04:24

PS. With my above post? You can see how ludicrous the statment by women and manginas that I have a ‘problem’ with ALL women.
One more bit? My fav#4 and I just split. I presume she has a ‘prospective husband’. We discussed this a lot last year. I told her that I would love to remain a close friend, that I would love to be ‘Uncle Peter’ to her children but only on the condition it was acceptable to her boy-friend who becomes her husband. She has chosen not to take up the offer and go her own way. I wished her the very best. I was sadder at our parting than I was with the end of my marriage. She had treated me far better than my wife. We will each take away some of the loveliest memories of our lives. That is what I call win-win. That is what I call respect. That is what I call caring.

One time we were staying at the Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt and she asked me “Why would you spend so much money on me, on us, just for a weekend?” I told her words to the effect:

“One day you will find your husband. One day you will have a family of your own. When that day comes? You will not have the money to have a weekend like this. When that day comes? I don’t want you to look at your husband and wish he could give you a weekend like this. He won’t be able to afford it. I want you to look at your husband and your children and say to yourself ‘when I was younger I got to have some lovely weekends in the nicest hotel in frankfurt. But now I have something more important to do. I have my husband and children to care for.’”

I will never, ever forget the look in her eyes when I said that to her. She didn’t say a word she just gave me the gentlest kiss on the cheek. It has to rank as one of the most intimate moments of my life. We were giving each other things beyond value, beyond compare. We were giving each other love, respect, care, tenderness, thoughtfulness with honesty, honour and integrity to who we are. We were giving memories that will last forever.

Who would NOT want a woman like that?

Show me a WW who will do that. I don’t know one. Not one.

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Peter-Andrew:Nolan(c) March 15, 2011 at 06:22

Opus March 15, 2011 at 05:49

My bets are ‘Ingrid’ is my ex brother in law or ASIO. Of those two? I’d put my money on ASIO. That is the Australia ‘CIA’.

On 1st September last year I sent an open letter to the International Womens Club of Dublin. I was pretty harsh with them and deservedly so. The club is 250 of the most prominent foreign women in Ireland. Wives of ambassadors, executives and the odd entrepreneur like me. They had ALL supported my criminal ex wife and it was time to hold them to account for that. I now also use them as an example of just how ‘all women are like that’ to the young men. Young men are astonished that the most well heeled women of ALL support perjury, kidnapping, extortion and theft. They hide the identity of a criminal woman. The young men have a right to know this.

‘Illuminati Ingrid’ turned up the NEXT day. My guess is that ASIO decided to use the letter as a ‘spur’ to get started on the psyop campaign to attempt to discredit me. This is how they go about these things. The Australian guvment is not happy with me at all. You can see from the blog that it would be a LOT of work for a single person. At the same time NINE agent profiles were created on the Irish Free Man site and there was FAR MORE input there than one person could have typed. They ALSO had a very good working knowledge of common law and legislation and put in a lot of true things and then put in the lies with the truth. There was one called ‘Sam’ who claimed to perform a ‘critique’ of my documents. She was a blatant liar and I noted such quoting some of the more ludicrous lies.

However, manginas are so stupid that when a woman talks, even though she is proven to be a blatant liar, the mangina will listen to the woman. Well? That way lay slavery and the manginas are welcome to it. You can see the open letters I have written here. I am causing quite a ‘fuss’. GOOD!

http://www.peternolan.com/Forums/tabid/420/forumid/40/scope/threads/Default.aspx

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Opus March 15, 2011 at 06:40

No doubt about it PAN, you have certainly ruffled their feathers. Personally I’d like to obtain a list of the members (female) of The International Women’s Club of Dublin just to see who is in it. How did you – a man – get in? The way I see it, is, that they must be pretty mad with you to go to all that trouble. There are some very strange women in Ireland right now, I can tell you, who are not Irish I can tell you!

I saw your letter and it is up to them of course, if they prefer your wife to you, although frankly why they bother I can’t imagine, but clearly they do as you can see from the friends on the anti-PAN facebook page. I almost felt like applying to join myself – just to see what would happen but then I realised that that would reveal to them my real identity.

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Aharon March 15, 2011 at 06:43

Socially/politically, I lean somewhat traditional in an anti-chivalry way. As a MRA, a man, and a heterosexual I thought the article below was rather amusing:

“Gay families more accepted than single moms, survey finds
Pew study find Americans are split evenly overall on accepting ‘non-traditional families’ but disparage single moms”

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42078511/ns/health-kids_and_parenting/

PS A female university prof said the survey results are biased since the survey was not worded properly as it asked people about single moms and not single parents…

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Ken March 15, 2011 at 07:18

Yet more and more, western civilization is leaning towards criminalizing straight sex and straight couplings.

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Nutz March 15, 2011 at 07:37

Just remember there’s no such thing as bad press–it’s all just more advertising for the site. Whenever some dumbass goes off half-cocked and some site or editor uses that to try and discredit or negatively paint The Spearhead, it’s only driving up site hits and giving us more exposure. Hell, we should be thanking them for the criticism, it’s just free advertising :D

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Aharon March 15, 2011 at 07:37

Yet more and more, western civilization is leaning towards criminalizing straight sex and straight couplings.

True. Considering that most people are straight, and assuming most politicians are too, it is incredible though no longer shocking how the elites are criminalizing straight relationships and/or seeking to make them so one-sided anti-male. Obviously, the laws and rules do not apply to elites and only to the little people (commoners/average citizens). Most MRAs do know the political game-plan of government and other elites to divide and conquer and thus weaken society so they can re-mold it to their values.

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Peter March 15, 2011 at 07:37

One thing I love, when these chumps do their hit pieces on The Spearhead …

… is that there is always a reference to the title and ‘what it could symbolise,’ as if nobody, not even the site’s owner and members, has realised this yet.

Besides the obvious, I always thought it was a reference to the Spear of Destiny too, which apocryphally was the spear that pierced the side of Jesus while he was on the cross.

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Ken March 15, 2011 at 07:46

True. Considering that most people are straight, and assuming most politicians are too, it is incredible though no longer shocking how the elites are criminalizing straight relationships and/or seeking to make them so one-sided anti-male

Yes, and though I am no conspiracy-monger, I daresay it is eerily-reflective of how straight sex was eventually treated in Orwell’s book “1984″ (fazed out and criminalized). It is all about “control” really, and what better way to control the masses than thru laws denting the most natural instincts.
The trend toward “soft-law” restrictions on free-speech will flow in this direction as well, with talk, the written word, and even fantasy-depictions of sex and/or nudity (Playboy magazine included!!) will be increasingly restricted or demonized by the femi-media and politicians claiming such crappy reasons as “for the safety of children” or our favorite: “demeaning to women” marker. Of course mangina Christians like Mike Huckabee will stand alongside these censorship mavens because guys like him are tyrants as well and will agree to censorship of straight sex.

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Paul March 15, 2011 at 08:12

Ayn Rand was once asked what she thought about her critics. She answered with two words – I don’t.

As I am somewhat public, I have learned the wisdom of that advice. It also conforms to the wisdom from Jesus of not throwing your pearls before swine. Responding to critics (and trolls) is a waste of energy and it derails the focus of the message.

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Aharon March 15, 2011 at 08:29

Yes, and though I am no conspiracy-monger, I daresay it is eerily-reflective of how straight sex was eventually treated in Orwell’s book “1984? (fazed out and criminalized). It is all about “control” really, and what better way to control the masses than thru laws denting the most natural instincts.

It was so long ago that I read Orwell that I have actually forgotten most of it. The current times are eerily-reflective of Orwell’s 1984. The elites are indeed laying the groundwork now for far more intrusions into regulating free-speech. I wonder when the femi-nazis will call for the introduction of audio-video monitors into our homes? Actually, the monitoring of society has already begun with cell-phone calls and emails being mass-recorded and saved by government, growing use of credit cards to track (and easy to turn off) with moves to eventually do away with cash, tracking chips to be put into our driver’s license, our cell phones can be easily listened in on and tracked, proposed tracking devices for vehicles, etc etc.

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Towgunner March 15, 2011 at 08:40

@ Nergal,

Hey very astute observation regarding 1984. I would add that feminism is a socialist marxist movement. Look it up. In fact one of Marx’s planks talked about empowering women. This goes on in a hand and glove manner with their desire to destroy the nuclear family and replace it with the state. Again, another theme 1984 highlighted. My statement to you is that we are living in Orwell’s nightmare. True, things haven’t deteriorated to the squalid conditions…yet. Statistics are used as a political weapon, thus, truth even scientific truth is now…well unbelievable. At The Spearhead, we need to embrace the fact that statistics, especially the ones that are used to prove no differences in sexes exist or women are better than men, are flat out political based fabrications…completely un-true. Consider climategate. Worse, the main stream media has used the term ‘new normal’, such as ‘now we are in the new normal…blah blah blah. Naturally our sharp commentators and anchors have no idea what kind of a loaded and historic statement ‘new normal’ is. Google, Yuri Benvenov, I think that is the spelling, he lays it out in clear terms. Bottom-line: the new normal is the period post a contrived crisis that allows the power elites to reconstruct society into their own vision. Sound familiar per the US? Even worse, the crisis is actually still going on and they won’t stop until they have a global currency issued by a global central bank, private bank, and with that the introduction of a global government. In terms of feminism, “they” like it because it emasculates the upidy males who are naturally defiant. Instead “they” want a subservient class of automatons that value gossip, pettiness, sex, pleasure, safety and entertainment as the highest priorities. The aforementioned items have proven to be fantastic distractions and thus allow our elites to maneuver with near impunity. Best of all, the fem subservient class will do what is told and consume with a voracious appetite. Even better, the fem sub class will consume what it’s told to consume. This is near perfect conditions to keep our elites happy. Full stop, it is a bullsh*t paradigm, it is the post-modern version of oppression. I could kidnap a person put them into a basement and feed them food, sex, entertainment as they demand it, chances are they would forget about their enslavement and be perfectly content.

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Ken March 15, 2011 at 08:40

@Aharon~ “Mother Hen” (socialist govt) will prevail only when there are no more FREE MEN to resist the nanny-state “safeties”. Then again, I wonder if this is not already lost on the younger generation coming into adulthood now….my-my, how soft and spoiled so many of them seem to be! Soft and spoiled is an easy controlling-factor….take away something the soft-bellies can’t live without and you have them by the balls.
Comforts and easy-access technology….slaves are made in such ways!

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Herbal Essence March 15, 2011 at 08:43

Ken-”Yes, and though I am no conspiracy-monger, I daresay it is eerily-reflective of how straight sex was eventually treated in Orwell’s book “1984? (fazed out and criminalized). It is all about “control” really, and what better way to control the masses than thru laws denting the most natural instincts.”

Ultimately “sex crime” is a moral panic to scare the shit out of the sheep and grow the Police State. But “sex crime” is also a tactic of the pussy cartel to artificially raise the cost of vagina. Vagina & womb are THE ONLY thing a woman has over a man. To our detriment, men have been willing to pay higher and higher prices and throw their brothers under the bus.
But as we can all see, this is changing with men from all demographics learning Game, refusing to get married, ghosting, reserving their sex for “bachelor vacations” or waiting for VR sex. The pussy cartel is already creating more moral panic and shaming tactics to fight this. It will fail. But it isn’t going to die quietly.
The sickest and saddest thing in all of this is that the supposedly “pro-male” conservatives will walk in lockstep with the pussy cartel every step of the way.

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Lovekraft March 15, 2011 at 08:49

@ Troll King: “I am getting a little long winded here””

ya think?

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Eoghan March 15, 2011 at 08:53

Using these comments is their one and only tool, at the moment. Thumbing these comments by plants and loons down is something that can be done about it.

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Aharon March 15, 2011 at 09:00

Comforts and easy-access technology….slaves are made in such ways!

True and good observation.

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Opus March 15, 2011 at 09:23

I must say looking at the Tweets from UK’s Home Office one might almost believe that they were from a spoof of 1984, but it’s real! Orwell was an old Etonian as is Cameron (the present British Prime Minister) Conicidence? Possibly!

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silent March 15, 2011 at 09:38

Towgunner,

Is there xbox in the basement? I’ll need an internet connection too lol

I believe the name you’re looking for is Yuri Bezmenov

Thank you Mr. Price for taking a stand… It compelled me to donate again. Wasn’t much, but I hope you don’t perceive it as a function of how much I value your site.

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Begby March 15, 2011 at 10:08

I don’t even bother to read anything online anymore unless it includes uncensored comments. More often than not, the comments serve to correct errors or flaws in the authors reasoning, and to raise points that were ignored in the article. This is a value-added service, and by contrast, the articles with no comments seem absurdly one-dimensional.

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Rebel March 15, 2011 at 10:32

I am an unconditional believer in free speech.

UNCONDITIONAL.

And as far as feminists are concerned, the only thing that men MUST do is: Don’t ever allow a feminist to reproduce.

If one suffers from a bed bug infestation, one must kill the eggs.
Down to the last one.

Do that with feminism and it will die slowly and quietly. All of it without a shred of violence.

It will take 30-40 years, at the most.
When the brood is gone, we can have a normal life again.
We have no choice but to breed them out. We owe it to future generations.

That is the ONLY solution, regardless of how you look at it.

Feminists MUST NOT be allowed to reproduce.

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Nergal March 15, 2011 at 11:17

Towgunner said:”I would add that feminism is a socialist marxist movement. Look it up.”

Already there,bud.

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TomJW March 15, 2011 at 12:12

Everyone is praising Japan and New York for the way the people helped each other out during disasters. The only reference to New Orleans is to say those places are not like New Orleans. I have to say that everyone seems to have the MSM image of New Orleans.

The MSM manufactured the news of what happened in the dome. When the National Guard finally arrived at the dome with 200 body bags, they were worried where they would get more. They get into the dome and only 6 people had died: 3 from natural causes; 2 from drug overdoses; and 1 from jumping off an upper deck.

Pictures of people trying to survive in New Orleans had consistant captions. White people were out foraging for food and supplies. Black people were looting.

Was it perfect in New Orleans? The corrupt police took off to protect their own families and the city is not filled with saints. So yes, some people looted and robbed others. But the main image of the aftermath is just MSM racism or they were just trying to stir the pot against Bush.

Every step of the way, the politicians in Louisianna and New Orleans failed their constituants. From repeated diverting of money to repair or upgrade the berms to not declaring an emergency in a timely fashion. Emergency management is mostly a local effort. Sebulus/Nagin refused to declare an emegency with an evacuation 48 hours before Katrina hit with Bush begging them to do so. The New Orleans plans required 72 hours to evacuate people without cars in the city’s school buses. The buses were all parked and then flooded when the hurricane hit.

I wish I had keep refences to any and all the information I read on the internet about all of it. I didn’t. But don’t fall for the MSM story.

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Lovekraft March 15, 2011 at 13:27

@ TomJW: yes, I remember Nagin as being a major prick.

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ZenCo. March 15, 2011 at 13:55

All I can say to any feminist who wants men in concentration camps is: Try it. The USA has a citenzenry that is heavily armed and in vastly superior numbers to all police and military. If they tried that the streets would run red with their blood. In that scenario feminists and their lackeys would die like dogs in the street.
Bring it on feminists!
Think back to the LA Riots 20 years ago; The Bully Boys In Blue were nowhere to be found in huge swaths of the city and MEN, using shotguns, defended their own homes and businesses. The LAPD were vastly outnumbered and outgunned.
Think it can’t happen here? Think again feminazi’s.
And, note this too feminazi scum: If revolt like that ever comes too many men will know exactly WHO to go after first. YOU.
We’ll see how tough and ‘empowered’ you all are without your government protectors. The answer, of course, is ‘Not Very’.

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Firepower March 15, 2011 at 13:58

TomJW

The MSM manufactured the news of what happened in the dome.

Um, yeah.

The MSM slanted the story to deliberately HIDE images of blacks looting and murdering. The msm only presented blacks as “victims” – not conveyors of their OWN misery.

Bush urges evacuation, Nagin defiantly ignores “The Man” to impress his “Chocolate City Constituents”

and then Kanye West gets to nig it up by getting a national msm podium hide Nagin’s criminality to say
“George Bush HATES black people!”

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Dehbashi March 15, 2011 at 13:59

peternolanpsychopath.blogspot.com

RCG. Yes. This is a site started by either my ex brother in law or ASIO in September last year. Most likely ASIO. ‘Illuminati Ingrid’ requested my video be taken down and posted the message received from you-tube to this site. A brother keeping an eye on it noticed an ASIO email address was mentioned in the take down message. I pinged the pop server and it existed with an ASIO domain name.

It’s funny, Nolan. I wasn’t sure what to think of you this whole time I’ve read this site. That you were insane and someone not to trust.

But that site made me realize that you should be someone to trust. If someone makes a website dedicated to you, they are completely scared and realize you are a threat.

Keep up the good work.

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woggy March 15, 2011 at 15:32

I visited the Good Little Boys Project site after reading the Amanda Marcotte piece.
What a bunch of useless female supremacist apologists! Most of those guys should put their testicles in a baby food jar if they are not there already.

The Spearhead and it’s commentors are too outrageous?
Too bad…
The Spearhead is getting it done.

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classic Joe March 15, 2011 at 15:55

Another thing about angry comments. If a guy is really angry and having a hard time handling it, talking crazy in the comments of a blog is a relatively harmless way to deal with it. I don’t want to encourage it exactly but if a guy got screwed in family court or something comparable and the worst thing he does is vent in a comments section, he ought to be congratulated on his self control. After that he should try to find a constructive way to help other guys avoid having the same thing happen to them.

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fondueguy March 15, 2011 at 18:38

“I guess that sets the bar. When we have a history of killing millions of unborn babies and say stuff like that above, we have to be worried.” -Singledad

Not everybody agrees that killing unborn babies/ fetuses is murder. It you want to point out the violence in women it is simply using men as cannon fodder. Millions of men have died in war because only the men went when it was both men wend women’s bidding. When men and women asked for war (were the aggressors) the women left all the dying to the men, thus sacrificing enemies and “allies”. When war was just for survival (no choice) women left the inevitable death to men. When women lives in communities filled with their husbands, brothers, nephews, uncles, sons, (their loved ones) they left all the risky (death) work to the men. Women sacrificing men by default was the same thing they did on the Titanic; like the above situations it was one life or the other and women stole it en masse. And again these people they stole spots over were their “loved” ones. To bring this full circle the women on the Titanic used their position to take spots over the children dooming them to a cold death.

We have to rehash the point, that women are a much larger mortality hazard to men, over and over till it becomes automatic in those listening. The amount of men that have died because of the games men and women play or the games we are forced into, while women leave nearly all the cost in lives to men, is far more devastating than the reverse. When women do not reciprocate or expect the risk men do they are making men cannon fodder by definition. That is women’s primary form of violence.

Sure women do physical abuse and killing to men and children at very significant rates, but it still doesn’t match all the men that die because women leave the dying to men. That idea also gives us a new perspective on male on male violence, the most common form of deadly violence. All the above examples showed how women are directly culpable for other’s deaths but the same can’t be said for much of male on male violence. But one must consider the likely scenario that men are offing each other, even when women aren’t directly responsible, in large part because men have been made into cannon fodder. It is just a theory of men but I strongly suspect that women violence, in general, dramatically shoot up if they were placed in similar circumstanses men were; sole provider, soldier, miner, construction worker, cop, “woman up”, tough it out, etc…

Its really nit hard to conceptualize my point. Women do a lot of non reciprocal violence while their aggression has pretty much never served society like much of men’s has. What I mean is that women do quite often get physically aggressive but it usually criminal or self serving and rarely every sacrificial. Imaging if they became expected to be aggressive like men were so they could serve society in things like war, rescue, hard work, and risky work? I’ve seen studies showing women’s violence increasing with independence (lovely pressure of providing…) and That military women commit more DV than military men and that lesbian couples are the most DV abusive couples.

Women’s violence is turning men into cannon fodder without a doubt but I wonder how much casualties towards women would happen if they were to be treated like men as a direct and indirect effect of women also being held responsible for risk.

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Anonymous March 15, 2011 at 22:28

“I would add that feminism is a socialist marxist movement”

How would that be? Feminism has its rooted politically and philosophically in Western Liberalism.

The idea that “Feminism = Marxism” is simply a myth made up and repeated by neo-cons, who have agendas of their own which are entirely at odds with and indifferent to anti-feminism.

To neo-cons, working with anti-feminists is something they do simply to undermine “the Left” (i.e. New Leftism). Neo-cons/conservatives hate the left far more than they hate feminism; the latter in fact is not true at all.

Feminism is as Western as Christianity or Capitalism. As neo-conservatism is the movement to defend and spread Western Civilization at all costs, naturally it must believe fundamentally in feminism.

“In fact one of Marx’s planks talked about empowering women.”

Western Liberalism was talking about empowering women – and talking about it alot more seriously – long before Marx.

It has to be considered to that “Marxist” Socialist societies never turn out to be feminist. This makes the opportunistic neo-con claim “Feminism = Marxism” all the more invalid.

Whether it intends to be the nurturer of feminism or not, it is in the Western system that feminism exclusively thrives.

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manboobz March 16, 2011 at 00:28

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Aharon March 16, 2011 at 07:29

How would that be? Feminism has its rooted politically and philosophically in Western Liberalism.
The idea that “Feminism = Marxism” is simply a myth made up and repeated by neo-cons, who have agendas of their own which are entirely at odds with and indifferent to anti-feminism.
Western Liberalism was talking about empowering women – and talking about it alot more seriously – long before Marx.

There were some liberal movements (some church based, some not) in the West during the 1800s (before Marx) that called for women’s equality or empowerment, etc. However, I think Angry Harry put it best when he described feminism as a Marxist-Lesbian movement. Of course, a feminist does not have to be a practicing lesbian to benefit from it. Marxism, on its own or borrowing, possibly took the liberalizing ball and ran with it developing the anti-male women’s empowerment and early pro-feminist policies. NeoCons may call feminism Marxist yet they did not create that one.

Feminism is as Western as Christianity or Capitalism.

Not by a long shot.

Whether it intends to be the nurturer of feminism or not, it is in the Western system that feminism exclusively thrives.

Possibly it thrives in the West even more yet not exclusively. Certainly women were often given special class privileged status over men under socialism as has now happened in the West.

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Lovekraft March 16, 2011 at 10:16

@ Manboobz:

aren’t you that dweeb who Paul Elam ridiculed a little while back, the moron who couldn’t handle and actual debate?

Go crawl back under your hole, dipshit.

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Lovekraft March 16, 2011 at 10:17

@ Manboobz:

aren’t you that dweeb who Paul Elam ridiculed a little while back, the moron who couldn’t handle an actual debate? Manginas are held in even worse contempt by we MRAs than the feminazis, which isn’t saying that we think feminazis are deserving of some restraint. You are all pathetic.

Go crawl back under your hole, dipshit.

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Lovekraft March 16, 2011 at 10:19

@ Manboobz:

aren’t you that dweeb who Paul Elam ridiculed a little while back, the moron who couldn’t handle an actual debate? Manginas are held in even worse contempt by we MRAs than the feminazis, which isn’t saying that we think feminazis are deserving of some restraint. You are all pathetic.

Methinks you have come here to drum up traffic to your site. Again, pathetic troll.

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fondueguy March 16, 2011 at 11:11

Also, I do write about the articles sometimes as well. But a lot of them tend to be a little on the dull side, and the comments tend to be much livelier and more succinct. Could you work on that, Mr.Price?

That’s just another way of saying you don’t won’t to do any work or show an understanding of the issue’s being presented to you, so you skim the comment section looking for anything reactionary. Then ironically you react and that is pretty sad when you are an author on a blog that supposedly writes articles…

Really, do you think anybody needs you to skim the comment section and tell them about that… lulzz

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David K. Meller March 16, 2011 at 20:13

Oh, for Heaven’s sakes!!

Some viewer of comments are upset with what some of us have to say! We must be saying, or recommeding, or even doing SOMETHING right!

The most observable feature of the comments section, which I have had the pleasure of contributing some ramblings to over the past year or two, is that taken one and all, we ‘kibitzers’ are far more critical of EACH OTHER than we are either of the spearhead.com, the feminist movement, or even internet chatter and blogging generally.

the-Spearhead.com, you, your staff, and your main supporters have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to apologise to the internet’s latest version of the KKK (Krazy Kritics of Kommenters)! If they want to disagree and they have anything to say, I think that the average poster is intelligent and fairminded enough to take his–or her–opinion to hear and to give it the respect and attention that it, and we deserve. Be advised, however, that stupid, ignorant, and defamatory criticism of us, of the Spearhead, or of the MRA generally will also be given all the attention and respect that you feminist (and renegade male) uninvited and unwanted trolls deserve:

Absolutely None!!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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Vortac March 17, 2011 at 12:43

“How dare anyone suggest the male half of the population should treated equally to the female half.”

I dared to do this. The response was something like: “You are surely not even a human! Men need to protect women! Do you love your mom? Men need to respect women!”, repeated constantly when I tried to explain how men are treated worse than women and we are all born equal (and trying to question why men should sacrifice themselves for women, what have women done to earn respect, etc.)

The “you are not a human”-response was triggered by me listing some of the men’s problems that the women do not have (shorter lifespan, more suicides, more homeless people are men, and so forth).

It is apparently somehow not a very human thing to do to tell the truth or care about men and women equally, instead of discriminating against 50% of the humanity with prejudice.

That this can happen to anyone who dares to speak the truth or treat a woman just as they would treat a man (this is what equality is, isn’t it?), is a fact of this world that seriously pisses me off. Things shouldn’t be this way, people shouldn’t be this dumb, this duped and this “politically correct”. Bumping into a hardcore mangina/clueless woman/feminist this way can really ruin your day.

I must confess that times like this is when reading Spearhead can provide a small relief; thank goodness there are others who see the truth and know exactly what’s going on.

So, thank you, everyone, who has contributed with excellent articles and excellent comments! I have read them for a long time, but not written here much yet. So you can be certain they are appreciated, also by people who don’t necessarily write many (if any) comments.

- Vortac

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BeijaFlor March 17, 2011 at 15:51

I’m a relative newbie here, however I do see our commentary as a strength.

We CAN disagree without flouncing off in a huff.
We CAN take a joke without yelling “emotional violation.”
We CAN take criticism, and improve ourselves if it’s warranted.
We CAN take antagonism without being totally hateful about it.
We CAN learn from our mistakes, and the mistakes of others.
We CAN LEARN FROM EACH OTHERS’ DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES.

The “other side” doesn’t want to hear any dissent. It seems to chant a variation on the old sidewalk saying: “Step out of line, you break your mother’s spine.” And it is a delicate, delicate little flower indeed that can be “wounded by words” … what was the other childhood saying about “sticks and stones”?

If the White Knight Army feels “threatened” by our rhetoric … oh, well. Poor poor little flower. It sucks to be you. (sniffle)

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Junny March 20, 2011 at 16:08

The comments are more important than the article itself. The article is just a starting point intended to spark discussion. The commenters are from all walks of life and each has their own insights, perspectives and experiences. Nothing is more important than first-hand accounts, and you get them only from the commenters.

Hell, my entire worldview has changed drastically over a period of months because of the comments from elders who have been around and seen it all, and I have learned more about Western society and women from The Spearhead than I have my entire life. I am only 22 years old, my life is ahead of me, and now I see the danger of marriage with a American woman (I once contemplated the idea).

Now I see the bullshit of the West-worshipping liberal-minded bootlickers active in the universities in my country. In fact, my country is the most feminized in the Arab world, and one of the most in Africa, and the college “chicks” – as we call them here – are as smug, entitled and vindictive as the ones in Sweden, USA and the UK. I swear to God, these fat entitled whores give me dirty looks every day as I walk by them and sometimes giggle loudly in a pathetic attempt to hurt my feelings. Our university is more conservative: it demands a dress code for boys and girls and seperates them in lecture halls – thank God! Most of the girls on the other side of the hall are petty, childish and subtle in their ways to harm others.

If you think women are oppressed in Muslim countries, they are certainly not oppressed in mine. Women make up 2/3rds of college attendance and hold positions in management, healthcare and other fields. The girls here are allowed to wear skin-tight clothing as long as its a blouse and ankle-length skirt, and a loosely-worn headscarf. And this is a Shari’ah state. Feminism is alive here as much as it is in the West, so don’t talk to me about Islamic oppression.

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David K. Meller March 24, 2011 at 18:48

Welcome aboard, Junny!

It is true that “Western’–perhaps U.S. and Canadian women–are the WORST, but feminism is unfortunately a worldwide disease, and women–along with their male lapdogs–are infected everywhere, even in the Moslem world!

Governments everywhere have an imperative of power over their citizens (which is why they are called ‘govern’ments). The last thing that governments want is a population of strong, virile, intelligent, and self-reliant MEN (and the women who love them). this is why they use every resource, especially the schools, news and entertainment “media” , and the civil-service and corporate business, to have a tame, easily controlled, and readily exploitable population of drones, effectively castrated by the females of the species. The actual processes are more subtle, but I think that everyone here can recognise the basic outlines of what I am saying. This is as true of Muslim governments as of governments everywhere else. No real men would tolerate the indignities routinely inflicted upon us in our homes, our cars, our movies and TV, our places of employment, our schools and colleges, etc for one instant, much less for a lifetime! Governments all fear real manhood the same reason that cockroaches fear the can of ‘raid’ or flies fear the fly swatter. No man would do to other men (except in the most dire self-defence) what governments do routinely to us, both in and out of courts, schools, and jails! No man who did what govern-ment’s bureaucrats and policemen (or soldiers) do to his fellow men would live to see tomorrow’s sunrise!

Food for thought!

Feminism– to government and its works–is a lifesaver for them, even though it is KILLING the rest of us!

Junny, and men like him, have taken the all-important first step here. They are recognising that there is a problem, that there are many women (and men who agree with them) who are his enemies! They see that at an earlier and earlier age, putting them one step ahead of the rest of us on the Spearhead. Welcome aboard! These men may also learn about, or even discover strategies and tactics about how to identify and cope with the poisonous ones, while enjoying the companionship of more feminine, compatible, and tradional women.

Junny’s communication above shows that the spearhead is doing a good job! We are successfully reaching out to the younger generation, first (of course) the men whose lives have been rendered miserable by feminism and the gender-equality insanity, and eventually also women who love us (and there are probably quite a few at this point) who don’t really HATE men and heterosexuality, and who have even more reason than we men have to detest the company of vicious, spiteful, self-important, greedy, and vapid females (?) whose presence must be boring when not poisonous and poisonous when not boring to any rational person!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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