Our thanks to Gerry for this.
Our thanks to Lena for this.
Ms Hatchet challenged my assertion that more men die of prostate cancer than women die of breast cancer, and accused me of the habit of peddling false statistics! Quite something, that accusation coming from a feminist, of all people… She also talked utter rot on rape, domestic violence, and more.
Tragic. How many more cases like this must we see before there’s an end to leaving children with their wildly unfit mothers, so often leading to their deaths or serious injuries? We are always told that ‘lessons have been learned’ but they never are. No child in the care of a father under similar circumstances would be left with him.
I’m going to appear on GB News tomorrow, Sunday, at 2:10pm, to debate the issue, probably with a feminist – I’ve recommended Laura ‘Special Snowflake’ Bates of the Everyday Whining Project – “Is it time for a Minister for Men?” The question would merit at least an hour for a substantive debate, but I’ll do what I can in the 10 minutes allotted.
I am pleased to report that we’ve just officially launched our party. It’s destined to change the face of British politics, starting in Bedford at the next general election.
We invite you to become a registered supporter of the party that’s going to change the face of British politics, starting in Bedford at the next general election.
Our thanks to Sean for this. Bim Afolame speaks from 11.20, Nick Fletcher from 16:42.