A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:
Caroline Criado Perez remains the leading Lying Feminist of the Month, with three awards to her name. Yesterday she was a commentator for the full hour of Daily Politics, with the feminist presenter Jo Coburn. You’ll need a BBC licence to watch the programme through the link, on iPlayer.
CCP’s evident excitement at seeing her own image on a screen in the studio may be (it’s only a hunch) attributable to Narcissistic Personality Disorder, a common trait among young feminists – Special Snowflake (aka Laura Bates) being another obvious example).
CCP says in the programme that what drives her is “blind rage”, for example the shocking realisation (whilst she was jogging) that all the statues in Parliament Square were of men. She must be in a blind rage most days. Given their narcissism, CCP and Special Snowflake will undoubtedly have their own names on “Google Search”, so will be alerted to this blog post. A happy thought.
Over 0:30 – 11:25 CCP witters on about the Millicent Fawcett statue in Parliament Square, women on banknotes, and makes some outrageous comments about gender-specific healthcare provision in relation to the breast screening IT failure, which is estimated to have resulted in the region of 135 – 270 early deaths of elderly women. A non-feminist presenter could have pointed out that in Britain today fewer women die of breast cancer than men die of prostate cancer, and there has long been a national screening programme for the former but none for the latter – and no plans to introduce one. Predictably, Jo Coburn didn’t make that point. Healthcare provision for women far exceeds that for men, as we detailed in our last manifesto (pp. 61-5).
There’s only so much CCP I can take on one day, so if anyone can email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the times of her other contributions, I’d be grateful, and will add them to this blog piece.
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