Gender Equality Is Not Achievable - Ever



Angry Harry
Guide To Feminist Nonsense

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Biologist Steve Jones - A Parasite

Hi R

Well. I'm glad that the article Men have bred dogs and cattle. Why not women? upset you so much, because it will give you some insight into what western men have had to put up with for three decades. 

There you were, filled with fury, over one simple article in a very humble and lowly website.

Can you imagine, however, how much more anger you would feel if, say, I had written an article, or a book, claiming that women were really little more than walking lumps of warm wet meat designed simply for the purpose of incubating men's babies?

And also imagine that I was a scientist! - who actually taught his male students to see women in this way.

Wouldn't you be furious?

But it could get worse.

Imagine, also, that highly-respected media outlets took up these views that women were nothing more than baby incubators and also started to proclaim them widely, and thrust them in your face!

How would you feel then?

You're nothing more than a warm wet lump of meat designed solely for the purpose of carrying men's babies.

And what if it was also being claimed that you were actually worse than useless when it came to anything else!?

Would you not feel deranged with anger? Murderous?

I'm sure that you would, given that my little article seems to have upset you so much.

Well, you sound as if you're from the UK, but, just in case you are not, the BBC has a TV programme called Newsnight. It is the BBC's 'flagship' news programme. It is watched by millions of viewers, and it has significant credibility - a bit like '60 Minutes' in America.

A couple of weeks ago, on the programme, the presenter, Kirsty Wark, introduced to the audience a well-known UK professor of genetics, Steve Jones, so that he could publicise his new book and present his view that men, biologically and behaviourally, are parasites.

Yep. Men are parasites, is what he said.

And he wasn't joking.

Now, please bear in mind that this fawning creep of a man is not some crazed activist, like Angry Harry, but an alleged scientist with many credentials and academic qualifications to his name. 

And remember that the Newsnight programme is a serious one. It is not a comedy or a soap. It is deemed to be such a well-balanced and impartial news programme that it is the 'flagship' news programme of the BBC.

And the message being put out by this influential programme and this self-promoting 'scientist' is that men are parasites.

Here is how the increasingly obnoxious Ms Wark starts the piece.

"In his scientific opinion, men are increasingly becoming fragile and irrelevant, while women are resilient and adaptable. Some of men's problems are, as it were, built in, ..."

Men are becoming increasingly irrelevant. Got that?

That's his scientific opinion.

"But according to Steve Jones' new book, The Descent of Men they are also the testosteroned-fueled authors of their own misfortune."

Men are the authors of their own misfortune because they have testosterone. Got that too?

Tell me. How would you feel to see millions of viewers being told by a 'scientist' that you, as a woman, are becoming increasingly irrelevant, and that your problems are largely oestrogenic, and your own fault?

How would you feel to know that this supposed scientist who teaches biology is actually indoctrinating his mostly-female undergraduates with these views?

Ms Wark continues ...

"And if you have a Y chromosome there is no use getting het up about his views [because] it will only make it worse."

Can you imagine women being told not to get het up about, say, breast cancer, because it will only make things worse?

I present here the image of Ms Wark as she utters the last sentence, because she is smiling - almost laughing. There is an air of levity and humour about her as she introduces Steve Jones' short piece about the medical problems that men face.

From this short piece, the viewers are going to learn that men die younger, are more likely to have heart problems and get cancer, and so on, because of their genes.

And the increasingly obnoxious Ms Wark is smiling as she introduces it.

This woman loves to abuse her position to beat down upon men. To denigrate them. Humiliate them. And to make them feel worthless.

I can assure you that if Newsnight was presenting a piece about the serious medical problems faced by women there would certainly have been no humour over them, and certainly no claim that women were parasites or the 'authors of their own misfortune'.

In fact, the programme would have been turned into something of an urgent call to do something about them.

The programme continues with a short documentary piece presented by Steve Jones.

Here are some bits of it.

"... [Testosterone] is pretty dangerous stuff. No-one has understood why testosterone is really so dangerous but now we are beginning to get to get a glimpse of just how powerful it is.

"It doesn't just make us angry and spotty it also very much depresses the immune system ... and, as a result, men are much less able than women to counter infections of various kinds, like malaria or syphilis or anything else, and even less able to counter cancer."

Steve Jones then goes on to point out that testosterone is bad for the heart whereas oestrogen seems to be rather good for it. He also states that over the past decade the sperm counts of men have decreased as have the rates of testis cancer.

He goes on ...

"Women are doing better than men in all kinds of ways. All over the developing world more girls than boys go to university. ... And the way things are going there will be twice as many women as men with degrees within the next decade.

"Man's role is simply to fertilise females. In many ways males are parasites on females because they persuade females to copy their own genes. ... In the animal world once that's done, males tend to disappear quite quickly. ... And the gap in life expectancy between men and women has been there for quite a while, and is getting bigger and bigger."

So, there you have it. 

According to this peculiar little man, the role of men is simply to fertilise females and that, in many ways, they are parasites on females.

And he claims to be a biologist! A scientist!

However, if he was a good scientist, he would have known that the gap in life expectancy between men and women is narrowing, not widening. (Any decent search engine can confirm this for you.)

And if he was a good biologist he would know that parasites are organisms that derive benefits from hosts of a different species while at the same time harming them. 

Besides which, there is about as much validity in claiming that men are parasites on females because they persuade females to copy their own genes as there is in claiming that females are parasites on males because they steal their genes.

What is this ridiculous man going to come up with next in order to sell his books? 

Is he going to claim that babies and children are parasites, because they do not bear exclusively their mother's genes?

After all, this is exactly what follows from his premise that men are parasites. 

If men are parasites then so must their children be - both girls and boys.

What a nasty little idea.

But, frankly, it would suit him.

Oh. And by the way. He does write his books for money, as he revealed in his recent Observer interview with Sean O'Hagan.

The man is a good self-publicist, but not necessarily a good scientist.

His main aim is not to educate people but to make money from them.

Steve Jones also goes on to suggest that over the next few million years the Y chromosome is doomed, and that humans will all naturally evolve into the female state.

Oh yeah!?

Just before the summer holidays, I was talking to a Biology teacher who teaches 15 year olds. I asked him what kind of things the children were studying these days.

Genetics figured in there somewhere.

And for the last two lessons of term, the children were going to be allowed to discuss whatever topics they liked in the area of Biology.

One of the most popular topics suggested by the children was the manipulation of genes to create boys or girls - or whatever.

15 year olds!

Even average 15 year olds can grasp the fact that within the next two centuries or so humans will be able to modify just about all of the genes that they want to modify, and that choosing the gender of one's children is very shortly going to be a question far more to do with Man's complex psychology than with Nature's relatively simplistic biology!

However, Steve Jones, it would seem, cannot grasp this.

But then Steve Jones' credentials regarding any predictions about the future seem largely to stem from his own speciality; the genes of slugs and snails.


According to Steve Jones there are now many biologists with his point of view. 

Yes, indeed there are. 

They are those biologists with a 'feminist perspective'. 

You already know the type, I'm sure.

Their idea is to turn as much biological knowledge as possible into supporting the Fascist view that those human beings with male chromosomes are parasites and unclean in some way.

These are the same politically-correct 'biologists' who for three decades sought to deny the truth concerning the effects of genes on intelligence. These are the same biologists who would claim that there are no significant differences in humans that are not the result of nurture, despite the mountain of evidence demonstrating otherwise.

These are not biologists or scientists. They are boot-lickers and creeps. These are the people who spout politically-correct dogma whatever the circumstances and whatever the facts.

And if you look at the phony 'academics' engaged in research from a 'feminist perspective' you will also discover that they are not very bright, to say the least. And this is hardly surprising given that the only qualifications for academic success these days, especially for those with a 'feminist perspective', is the ability to mouth various politically-correct mantras designed to appease feminists and minority activist groups.

As a teacher told me recently as he was applying for a new job at a higher grade. "You have to give them the keywords in the interview. You have to learn the code. It's all politics and political correctness and f*ck-all to do with teaching."

The authoress Fay Weldon was in the studio to discuss Steve Jones' new book. She started off by saying to Steve Jones "... It rather seems to me that you have been as unkind to men in this book as Darwin was unkind to women."

"Thank you!" his Gollum-like features beam back, revealing his agenda with pride.

And later on he says, "Males began as parasites on females. I think you have to remember that. And I think we stay in that role."

But if anyone is a parasite, it is this man himself.

He is suckled and funded by an institution which is paid for mostly by men through their taxes, and yet he causes them enormous harm by seeking to claim that he has some scientific justification for labeling them publicly as parasites.

Science my arse.

Hitler would have been proud of him.

If this 'scientist' was to dare to suggest that women were both irrelevant and parasitic, he would almost certainly be dismissed from his job. 

He could even be successfully prosecuted for hate-speech in parts of the EU.

Now R.

You have to understand what is going on here.

This man is just another one of those toads spreading hatred toward males.

And he is allowed to do this publicly with the full support of the BBC.

Indeed, many of those in the BBC are in active support of his agenda.

And have been for years!

This is what feminism and political correctness are all about. They're not about fairness and equality. They're about pulverising men - particularly white, heterosexual ones - and making damn sure that not a peep is said, nor a law created, that offends women.

Men can go to Hell.

But this sort of nastiness masquerading as science, or as 'news' on the BBC, is absolutely typical from the politically correct and the feminists. This is nothing unusual.

Both at the BBC and in very many universities the careers of the staff depend almost exclusively on subscribing to the religion of political correctness. 

And it really is like a religion - a false one, which encourages fabrication, intimidation and deceit. You just have to learn to express the correct sentiments to join in. 

Nothing else counts.

The truth is irrelevant. The consequences are irrelevant.

The only thing that matters is 'believing', or pretending to believe.

And the more blind is your subservience to this religion, the better are your chances of promotion, and the stronger is the guarantee that you will not be excommunicated e.g. lose your job.

It's also a bit like the old pyramid selling techniques.

You know, the best salesman sits at the top of the pyramid. Beneath him lie the next ten best salesmen, each of whom hand over to him a percentage of the rewards that they have reaped from managing the less adept salesmen who sit below them. 

And many other tiers of salesmen sit below this, depending on the size of the enterprise.

Well. What are the politically-correct selling?


They don't actually sell you a product. They just climb a ladder - usually within a structure that is paid for by you (e.g. schools, colleges, universities, police forces, social services, the BBC) or within private enterprises such as in the media.

The size the Enterprise Of Political Correctness is positively huge!

In fact, in most respects, political correctness is really not much different from most other large religions.

Except in one very major respect.

Men and boys are perceived to be its enemy; particularly white, heterosexual ones.

They are the infidels.

Some religions gained much of their power by offering to protect people from the Devil if they performed certain duties. And they aimed to drive away the Devil's power and influence.

The religion of political correctness has simply substituted white, heterosexual men for the Devil.

The Parasite.

And so you see, R, when you get angry over one of my articles, I'm glad.

I hope it hurts.

You can experience just the tiniest taste of what millions of men have had to endure for years.

Western men have to live in societies that are absolutely saturated with this demonising sh*t. 

News, adverts, soaps, academic papers, politicians, women's groups, the whole abuse industry - they all pour out the message that men are worthless all day long.

But it now seems that not only do the social scientists, the anthropologists, the historians, the sociologists, the psychologists, the women's studies nazis and all the other wooly academics bow down to the Lord of Political Correctness, the biologists are at it too!

Steve Jones is going to be teaching his female undergraduates that men are parasites.

I fully expect physicists to discover shortly a sub-atomic particle that proves conclusively that while women were born of the stars, the men crawled out of black holes.

The truth of the matter nowadays is that too many academics who rise to the top in most subjects are not very bright. They can be bested by 15 year olds! 

And too many who do have much in the way of brains have sold their integrity long ago for their careers and/or money. And so they just lie a lot.

In Steve Jones' case, he's got a book to sell.

But do the people who work at the BBC really support the Newsnight team's continuing efforts to ridicule men? Don't they care that their sons, their fathers, their husbands and their male friends are being portrayed as parasites and as people who are 'increasingly irrelevant'?

Maybe they don't. Maybe they are just too well paid. 

Maybe they can afford, for example, to avoid the consequences of fatherlessness, the bad behaviours of young boys as they become increasingly alienated from the toffs who view them as parasites and who fail them in their education.

After all, the increasingly obnoxious Ms Wark is said to get paid many tens of thousands for doing this programme. And she is a typical media feminist who uses the BBC to foist her vindictive misandric views upon the public.

And what galls many in the men's movement is that men are forced to fund the BBC through the licence fee!

They actually have to fund this hateful propaganda against themselves!

It reminds me of Jews being forced to dig their own graves.

They were parasites too, apparently.

But the BBC is losing its credibility.

Its staff are clearly selected on the basis of their beliefs. 

And they must all bow low to the Lord of Political Correctness and to the feminists or they will have their bottoms spanked.

What the BBC is doing is illegal according to its Charter. 

It is a fraud perpetrated on the people who are misled into believing that it is impartial e.g. see AH's Intellectual phonies at the BBC - the Late Review and it has flouted the law in this respect for many years.

This grand old institution which the British were once able to celebrate with pride is now little more than a parasite itself.

So, R, look again at the hostility created in you by my article about breeding women, and just think seriously about what horrible effects the likes of the increasingly obnoxious Ms Wark and her little 'scientist' friend are having on a very large number of men.

And, if you do this, you will surely realise that the article Men have bred dogs and cattle. Why not women? may well be worth reading again, and judging it on the basis of what you have just read above.

You will more clearly see that what I said in that article is true.

Finally, I am an activist, which is why I am sending the URL of this piece to a host of Steve Jones' work colleagues ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 

... to Steve Jones himself

...and to a load of BBC staff whose names I do not wish to divulge.

And should there be any untoward aggravation arising from this, my cronies and I will leaflet the students at his college as well as email staff in many other departments.

And No. I'm not worried about libel.

You try telling the members of a jury that you are promoting the view that the men sitting on it are all parasites, and that so are all of their children.

Parasites indeed.

Thank you for your email.


(Also see Men bear a striking resemblance to slugs)

01/09/03 UK Apart from breeding, what real use is the male to the human race?  Bryan Sykes

[email protected]

Tel +44 1865 222404

Subject: Adam's Curse

Dear Bryan

What a nasty little sh*t you appear to be.

When the men's movement is strong enough, I suspect that you are going to find yourself in trouble.

Best wishes


Bryan Sykes is clearly another man who makes money out of promoting the view that men are worthless while stirring up hatred towards them.

And he deserves some heat!

Perhaps AH's readers who work in the police force, the security services, the Inland Revenue or the computer industry will take especial note of his name and his company ...

+ Oxford Ancestors was founded by Professor Bryan Sykes in 2000 in response to public demand for genetic analyses following press coverage of his research.

... And AH bets that the parents in the article below do not think the same way about men as does the apparent sh*t above ...

UK A holidaymaker drowned yesterday as he tried to rescue a seven-year-old boy who was swept out to sea with his sister while paddling. (link now defunct)

... And when it comes to being useful only for breeding, the following article seems to suggest something rather different ...

USA Poor Jessica Lynch has become the unwitting poster girl for an Army of One that’s fast becoming an Army of Two – since apparently more than half of the women deployed to Iraq are now pregnant. David Hackworth - (link now defunct)

When the going gets tough, the women suddenly disappear.



Oh look! Here is one of AH's cronies in action ...

(Notice the title of the website!)

Yes Sirree.

Biologists who spread male hatred are surely going to find themselves in deep trouble in the next few years.

How Angry Harry?

Tell me. Tell me. Tell me.

Oh, who knows?

Legal trouble perhaps. Maybe prosecuted for hate speech or something similar.

Image problems perhaps. With a hostile media forever chasing after them

Rejection by colleagues and students perhaps. Maybe decried as Nazis or something similar.

Rejection by the profession perhaps. For bringing it into disrepute and reducing the chances of funding.

And who knows how men will react to engaging with people like Steve Jones and Bryan Sykes?

The plumber. The tax inspector. The policeman. The computer technician. The enraged father!

And who knows how some of their own loved ones might then start reacting toward them.

But, of course, AH doesn't know what will happen to them in the future. Who knows what people's attitudes then might be?

However, he and his ever-growing number of chums will certainly keep thinking about it!




The so-called oppression of women ...

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