Janice Fiamengo shows how deep the hatred is for men among Australia’s feminist academics. How are young men at university to react to this sort of blanket, prejudiced condemnation? And universities are wondering about the drop in male enrolments??
Brittany Sellner (formerly Pettibone) shows where we are with the hatred of men. She quotes from a representative tweet:
‘Hating men isn’t a meme for me. It’s not an online persona. It’s a commitment. It’s a way of life.’
The tweet drew 190k+ expressions of hatred showing that it’s not only allowable to hate men, but that it is a recommended lifestyle. In other words, it’s recommended to abuse men wherever a woman comes across this despicable piece of shit – on the street, in the office, in the bus, in shops, in the family and, so on.
The hatred of men, however, is not just hatred of men generally. No, it’s ‘white men’ that women should reserve their deepest hatred for. Sellner quotes one tweet that suggests white extermination may be the final solution to the problem:
‘This isn’t for white people. Fuck your ancestors.’
Where’s this going? Are white men going to endure this indefinitely? Will those who do the dirtiest, most humiliating, and most dangerous jobs in modern society swallow this treatment indefinitely?
Social commentator Bettina Arndt has been speaking about the controversial (for the Left) film The Red Pill. The following links will give more than a hint of the central issues. Breaking open the social problem of feminist misandry is long overdue.