“Philip Davies MP grills Vince Cable and Dawn Butler.” Someone has taken that sentence a bit too literally…

I was pleased to receive the following email a few moments ago:

Hi there,

My name is Mark and I’m the founder of grillinsider.com, a website dedicated to bringing readers the best in grilling guides. Were kind of grill nerds! 😉

I stumbled upon your website j4mb.org.uk a little while ago while doing research for a topic and saw you created this page which really caught my attention https://j4mb.org.uk/2018/01/17/women-and-equalities-committee-session-on-women-in-the-house-of-commons-philip-davies-grills-vince-cable-and-dawn-butler/, great tips we can all use!

I’m writing to you because I’d love to contribute a guest post.

To give you an idea of the quality I’ll bring to your site, here’s a link to a guest post that I recently created: https://www.grillinsider.com/how-to-smoke-salmon/

I’ve been brainstorming some topics that I think your readers would get a ton of value from:

– How to grill the perfect pork chops

– 10 Reasons to fire up your grill this weekend
– 10 Vegan recipes to grill this summer
– 10 desserts you can make on the grill

I’ll make sure the piece overflows with information that can’t be found anywhere else.

Regards,

Markus Austin
Founder and Operations Manager of grillinsider.com
Happy Grilling!

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Extinction Rebellion ‘lose control of fake blood hose’

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 October 2019:

Our thanks to Stu for a gem he titles, Extinction Rebellion in Benny Hill screen test (video, 0:38). Both the people holding the end of the hose – then losing hold of it – were of the female persuasion. We need more female firefighters.

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‘I want patriarchy to fear women’: Mona Eltahawy says the time for being civil, peaceful and polite is over

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 October 2019:

Our thanks to Douglas for this. Mona Eltahawy is a blithering idiot, even by feminist standards. Douglas writes:

Feminist writer Mona Eltahawy, in a recent interview promoting her new book that “radical steps” says steps must be taken to destroy the “patriarchy”, including “justified violence” against men. Aren’t we lucky that women are so peaceful and that there would be no violence if only feminist ran the world!

An extract from the article, in response to a question asking what the word “patriarchy” means to her:

I want people to imagine patriarchy as an octopus. The head of that octopus is patriarchy [J4MB: So patriarchy is an octopus, and the head of that octopus? That makes sense, at least in #WhackoFeministLand.] because that is the ideology that moves the eight tentacles of the octopus. And each one of those tentacles is what we call systems of oppression, or various institutions that oppress us. So it would be white supremacy, capitalism, misogyny, homophobia, bigotry, ableism, things like that. I want people to understand that patriarchy is not men. I’m talking about an ideology that uses systems of institutions and oppressions to privilege male dominance.

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Why is Feminism So Silly? A Guide for Kids.

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 October 2019:

My thanks to Elizabeth for pointing me to a book written and published last year by Brian Lenney, an American. A flavour of the content, beneath a cartoon of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton:

A woman even tried to be the President once…

Although we haven’t had a woman President in America, maybe someday we will. In 2016, one woman tried to be President, (Hillary Clinton) but she was a bad lady. And because of that, she couldn’t get the right number of votes needed to beat the famous President Donald Trump.

We’ve added the book to our list of recommended books.

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Letters of “apology” in relation to the Cambridge milkshaking incident

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 October 2019:

On 24 May – well over four months ago – Elizabeth Hobson and I gave talks at Cambridge University. All the blog pieces relating to that day are here. The talks attracted a large online audience in part because of protesters from Cambridge University Noisy Twats Society seeking to drown out our talks with their chants – a typical line, “There are many, many, more of us than you” – and failing dismally. A local man who attended the talks was assaulted by the crowd, along with his 16-year-old son.

Following milkshake being thrown over me a few hours before the talks – some of it went over two supporters, Natty and Jordan – the police identified the assailants, a young woman, and a male photographer working for Varsity). The police didn’t even seek a charging decision from the CPS, but let the two people off on the condition they sent letters of “apology” to Natty, Jordan, and myself, and paid £25 to each of us. The letters finally arrived today, by email. The milkshake thrower’s letter consists of this:

Dear Sir/Madam

REF: Apology for Misconduct

I am writing to express my regret for my actions on the day of the J4MB event in Cambridge.

I acknowledge that my behaviour was not an appropriate way to air my grievances with your organisation. While I cannot undo my actions or alter what transpired, I hope that this letter will go some way to making amends. I will practice self-control and when aggrieved, I will voice my concerns using more appropriate methods of protest in future.

I am sorry for any damage or upset caused, and I hope that £25 each will be enough to cover any costs arising.
Once again, I express my sincere apology and promise that this will not happen again.

Sincerely,

An Activist

The photographer’s letter consists of this:

Dear [Sir/Madam]

I am writing to apologise for throwing a milkshake at/over your person. Regardless of my disagreements with your beliefs, I recognise that this action was unacceptable. Even though our feelings were strong, it was wrong to express our anger in the way we did. Going forward, I will make every effort to confine my protests to legally acceptable avenues. Resorting to physical means, I acknowledge, is dangerous and irresponsible. Even if throwing a liquid may have seemed trivial, I recognise now that it still constitutes assault in the eyes of the law. Taking this course of action was therefore not justifiable.

Nor did any mirth that might have been caused justify the act perpetrated. Of course, this is not to mention the material consequences. The damages to clothing etc. are extremely regrettable. Hopefully, the £25 enclosed will cover any costs incurred. I accept this as a fair penalty and am grateful that more serious action was avoided.

Nevertheless, I have learnt a lesson from this experience. Going forward, I will always engage on an intellectual level, no matter with whom I am engaging.

Yours sincerely,

No names were provided. So not only have these two idiots not been held to account legally or financially – we understand a crowdfunder covered their costs – they have not even had their identities revealed. The silver lining in this cloud was provided by Natty’s wonderful video (4:32) of the milkshaker and the photographer, which has attracted over 14,500 hits to date.

The police were called to pick up the woman Natty had apprehended – in the centre of Cambridge – and failed to turn up in the course of an hour. The police also did nothing to disband the group of protesters seeking to stop people entering the building where Elizabeth and I were speaking.

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Sir Rod Stewart has dropped some of his biggest hits from gigs as he fears offending the #MeToo movement

A piece published by Elizabeth Hobson on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in October 2019:

Thank you to my beloved mother-in-law for letting me know that Rod Stewart has decided that it’s better to disappoint his legions of fans, many of whom are women, in order to placate a noisy minority of harridans who will never be happy – and probably aren’t fans anyway.

Read more at The Sun and Female First.

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TWO people have “won” the 2019 Booker prize for fiction. Both are women. What are the chances?

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 October 2019:

Guardian caption: Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo, who is the first black woman to win the Booker prize. Photograph: PA

Our thanks to Ken for this. The chair of the judging panel for the 2019 Booker prize for fiction is Peter Florence, a Person of Penis, while the four judges – Liz Calder, Xiaolu Guo, Afua Hirsch and Joanna MacGregor – are Persons of Vagina. What a surprise it was this evening when it was announced that – in direct contravention of the Booker prize rules – there was not just one winner of the prize, but two winners, both of them Persons of Vagina, Margaret Attwood and Bernardine Evaristo.

In competitions where ability can be judged objectively, it’s very rare that women compete successfully. This is the Gender Success Paradox (not a paradox to MRAs and other anti-feminists, obviously). Women compete successfully with men only in competitions where ability can be judged subjectively, and then only because feminists have corrupted the judging process (as they ALWAYS do, given the opportunity, usually by manginas). It’s impossible to take seriously any female “winners” of such competitions, while – on the same grounds – male winners MUST be taken seriously, given the odds are so stacked against them.

Maybe after a few years of making two or more women “winners” of prizes – hell, why not have 100 female “winners” in every competition? – there will be historical “gender equality” of male and female competition “winners”, which will delight feminists, while making women ever more of a laughing stock to normal people (a group which, by definition, excludes feminists).

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