Especially For Young Women



Emily Maitlis

According to the feminist-dominated BBC's Newsnight team, Hillary Clinton's failure to secure the nomination was because America was absolutely riddled with 'misogyny' - the BBC never stops trying to stir up hatred in women towards men.

It was truly pathetic. And the relatively empty-headed (in my view) Emily Maitlis ...


(more pics here)


... kept desperately trying to goad her interviewees into blaming misogyny for Hillary Clinton's demise.

I was almost cringing with embarrassment on her behalf while watching her.

What is it with these feminist women who believe that anyone who does not like them or who does not approve of their views or support their cause must be a misogynist, eh?

They are utterly ridiculous.

But, thankfully, my sanity was restored when Brendan O'Neill (who writes in the Guardian, on Spiked, and all over the place) and Rod Liddle (in the Times) poured scorn on this notion and pointed out that misogyny had absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton's failure. 

Indeed, the fact that she is a woman probably gained her millions of extra votes judging by the huge amount of college-campus and media feminist activism that was deployed to encourage American women to vote for her.

And it all failed.

The political power of the feminists is clearly weakening.

Regretfully, however, my evening was almost ruined by the BBC's attempt to suggest that typewriters were used to oppress women.

You really couldn't make it up, could you?


Typewriters Oppressed Women



List of Articles

AH's RSS Feed


Recent comments from some emails which can be viewed in full here. ...

"I cannot thank you enough."

"I stumbled upon your web site yesterday. I read as much as I could in 24 hours of your pages."

"I want to offer you my sincere thanks."

"Your articles and site in general have changed my life."

"I have been reading your articles for hours ..."

"Firstly let me congratulate you on a truly wonderful site."

"I must say there aren't many sites that I regularly visit but yours certainly will be one of them, ..."

"It is terrific to happen upon your website."

"I just wanted to say thank you for making your brilliant website."

"Your site is brilliant. It gives me hours of entertainment."

"You are worth your weight in gold."

"Love your site, I visit it on a regular basis for relief, inspiration and for the sake of my own sanity in a world gone mad."

"I ventured onto your site ... it's ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT, and has kept me enthralled for hours!"

"I love the site, and agree with about 98% of what you post."

"I have been reading your site for a while now and it is the best thing ever."

"you are doing a fabulous job in exposing the lies that silly sods like me have swallowed for years."

web tracker



On YouTube ...

Who Rules Over Us?

Part 1 On Free Will

Part 2 On Super-Organisms

Part 3 On Power

Part 4 On Reality


Popular articles ...

... War on Drugs - Who benefits from the war on drugs?

... A Woman Needs A Man Like A Fish Needs A Bicycle - Surely, the evidence would suggest otherwise.

... Why Governments Love Feminism - It is mostly to do with money and power, not equality.

... The Psychological Differences Between Men and Women - Are women really more emotional than men?

...  Equality Between Men and Women Is Not Achievable -  especially since Hilary Clinton said that, "Women are the primary victims of war."

... Cultural Marxism And Feminism - The connections between Cultural Marxism and Feminism.

AH's RSS Feed

Front Page