Feminist Academics Sacked And
In one of my more recent pieces I wrote that, "I will not
be surprised at all to see academics who have supported feminism being
vilified and ostracised in much the same way that were those who supported
And I quickly received quite a few emails cheering at the
idea that this would happen; with some emailers saying that they look
forward to the day that academics who have supported this ideology of
hatred - feminism - are finally brought to book.
Well, of course, while
I agree wholeheartedly with this point of view, one must always remain
aware that many academics support feminism through ignorance and lack of
intelligence rather than as a result of malice.
And so, in my view, if
any academics are to end up being the target of 'hatred and revenge' as a
result of their support for feminism, then it should only be those who
have clearly gone out of their way to generate hatred towards men; perhaps
by publishing phony and/or willfully distorted research, citing others who
are clearly out to generate misandry and, of course, those who have taken
part in intimidating or denying funding to those academics who were doing
their best to produce fair-minded work.
Indeed, over the past two
decades there have been many academics - and others - whose careers have
been severely blighted, and often destroyed, as a result of the wicked
machinations of the feminists and the politically corrected.
will be fairly easy to discover who is who
Furthermore, of course, it will
be fairly easy to discover who is who by looking very closely at what they
have written in the past.
Indeed, this is what seems to have happened
over and over and over again throughout history whenever 'revolutions' of some
sort have taken place.
Time and time again, you see the 'opposing'
thinkers and the academics being targeted by the new regimes that are
Throughout history, for example, we have seen thousands
upon thousands of academics killed, maimed, exiled and ostracised when the
political tide has turned. Indeed, this has happened fairly recently in
Cambodia, Russia, Germany, France, Italy, the Balkans, China, Iran, Iraq,
Afghanistan and goodness knows where else.
And then, of course, there
were the horrors of the Catholic Inquisition.
And in even further days
gone by, I imagine that the same sort of thing happened.
Indeed, was not
the great and highly-regarded academic and orator, Cicero, killed simply
because he wanted Rome to remain a republic?
cut off his hands and pinned them next to his decapitated head
They even cut off his hands
and pinned them next to his decapitated head on the Rostra in the Forum
Romanum to warn others that using one's hands to write sentiments opposing
the new regime would not be tolerated.
And then, of course, there
was the poor treatment of Socrates, 350 years before this. He was
sentenced to death.
And the other day I saw a 1984
interview with a Russian KGB defector who talked about how academics would
always be targeted by a growing communist regime because it was so
important that they either toed the line - as 'useful idiots' - or were
All in all, therefore, it seems that academics and thinkers
are particularly vulnerable people.
academics do not
have much in the way of protection really
I suppose also that, unlike
politicians, academics do not have much in the way of protection really.
And their written words can also be accessed for years into the future. So
it is very difficult for them to hide what they have done, and almost
impossible to protect themselves.
And so, Yes, I feel fairly confident
that many feminist academics will be in for a tough time as the future
unfolds, but how far, exactly, this will go, only time will tell.
Perhaps they will just have to endure the persistent wrath of male
students protesting about their allegedly unwholesome presence in their
Perhaps they will just be kicked out of their jobs and also
lose their pensions.
Perhaps they will simply suffer the same kind of
persecution and vilification that has recently been meted out to
Well, these are exactly
the kinds of things that many feminist academics have done to those who do
not agree with their hateful ideology; e.g. see
Feminists Are Nasty Things and
The Evidence by researcher Murray Strauss.
So, maybe some similar forms of
retribution will be seen by many people as being totally just, fair and
Of course, I doubt that they will actually be murdered. After
all, at the moment, we seem to live in a fairly civilised society - and
let us hope that it always remains this way.
futures are looking decidedly shaky.
But I do think that their
futures are looking decidedly shaky.
And from a personal point of view, of
course, it will not be at all pleasant for them to have their neighbours,
their friends, their families and their children - particularly their sons
- begin to view them as the
equivalent of Nazis, and as spiteful, bigoted hate-mongers.
could even happen to those feminist academics who have done absolutely nothing wrong.
They might simply be deemed to be guilty by association.
But who knows what will
As the MM grows - something which is no longer possible to
stop thanks to the internet - and millions
of men gradually wake up to what some of these feminist academics have been up to, I
cannot envisage them escaping at least some form of retribution.
my guess is that they will simply be hounded out of their jobs and their
However, my guess is that they will simply be hounded out of their jobs
and their pensions - with, perhaps, some of them being prosecuted in the
courts for something like 'hate speech'.
But, surely, the very idea that
millions of men might soon take a very dim view of their activities should
give them some pause for thought.
And I would, henceforth, be very
careful indeed if I was one of them.
I notice today that Sebastian Faulks is desperately seeking to avoid the
wrath of Muslims that is currently being generated over his latest novel
The best-selling author apologises if his comments about the Koran have
... you can almost see and hear him squirm.
Ah yes, Muslims.
Half of them are men, you know.
And my guess is that most of these Muslim men do not like feminist
academics for, amongst other things, religious reasons.
Indeed, I think that some of these men might even view feminists as being,
literally, wicked and evil; particularly given that they seem hell bent on
breaking up their families.
How quickly times can change, eh?