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 January 2019:
As a member of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale was the least qualified to be appointed President, but she was appointed anyway, because vagina. Our thanks to Geoff for a piece published by The Guardian. If for no other reason, click on the link to see a photograph of the woman proudly exhibiting one of her pet caterpillars, on her jacket. An extract:
Women working in law and other professions are increasingly aware and resentful of earning less than men, said Hale, who is the court’s first female president since its creation 10 years ago. She also described the compulsory retirement age of 70 for judges as a “waste of talent”. [J4MB: Hale will be 74 at the end of this month.]
Having been appointed President because of positive discrimination, she says the following:
Lady Hale does not approve of positive discrimination, chiefly because “no one wants to feel they have got the job in any way other than on their own merits”.
It’s always about feelings, isn’t it? The damnable woman shouldn’t have been appointed to the supreme court in the first place. As a feminist, she was always going to focus on corrupting the court by advancing women regardless of merit.
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