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Tue 24th June 2014

Labour’s List Made on the Basis of People’s Genitals

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 11:20 pm

The Labour Party has put into practice its ‘Man Ban’ policy even though Cunliffe previously made a show of rejecting it. Their list published yesterday was based on candidates’ genitals rather than merit in an effort to ensure a 45% female quota in their next caucus. By basing candidate selection on genitals and favouring vaginas over penises to any extent, Labour is discriminating against men to that same extent.

The party’s name has long been a falsehood because it’s a long time since they represented workers in NZ. The party has also long been known as a male-bashing party. Labour has now sunk to new depths in its abandonment of true gender equality by reducing the human rights it accords male candidate hopefuls. Anyone who recognizes the importance and value of men will hope that the polls are accurate in predicting another major reduction in Labour’s voter support. Unfortunately, there is no sign of any male-friendly party for male-respecting voters to turn to.

2 Responses to “Labour’s List Made on the Basis of People’s Genitals”

  1. Exactly , there is no male friendly party or even equal rights party, men are the enemy the aggressor and always the perp, its drummed into our heads day after day ,tv campaigns , media everywhere around us …. its a siege against males sadly as usual.

    At what point will people see this ? once again if it was the other way around it would be front page news there would be protest groups, ect ect , but there will be nothing as its normal and accepted right ? those poor oppressed helpless women. (plays violin softly)YEA RIGHT…..

  2. soMENi says:

    I just received a phone call …

    Woman: “Hello. Is X there?”
    Me: “Who’s this?”
    Woman: “I’m just doing some canvassing for the Labour Party and um ..”
    Me: interrupting – “I wouldn’t vote for a party that hates males as much as the Labour Party does. But have a good day.” [click]

    I think that small satisfaction will enable me to have a better sleep tonight.

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