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Feminist Abuse Children To Get Point Across

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 8:01 am Fri 24th October 2014

I don’t think I have ever seen a more offensive or abusive use of children to make such a video. The hard core feminists who wrote scripts and taught these young children to make this clip should be jailed for destroying these girls childhoods.

It’s up to adults to work out adult problems and not adults to exploit a child to make a point. And I simply do not believe the end justifies the means.

Extremists become dangerous to main stream society when left unchecked. That’s right. Officials from Government ministers, police and other child protection agencies that are more than weary to take any steps against feminists who abuse children like the ones who did in this video.


  1. Thanks for posting this Lukenz. Incredible stuff. Child exploitation, getting children to utter anti-male hate speech based on misleading feminist mythology.

    For NZ Family Court and CYFS, if a man is so much as alleged to expose children to ‘inappropriate adult’ foul-mouthed activities, this is likely to lead to restrictions in his role as a father. If this man was not a father, he would be likely to face some kind of sexual misbehaviour charge for simply talking about some of these matters with children.

    Laws exist to protect children from experiences likely to be unsafe for them, such as sexual behaviour. I believe what was done to the children in this clip amounts to the same.

    The clip also implies that giving a compliment to a girl or woman about her attractive appearance is somehow wrong. What distortion of reality will this cause these children, and other females who view this clip, to damage their lives?

    Let’s make a video of young boys (using computer-generated characters rather than real children) spouting unreliable, stereotypical, manufactured sexist criticisms of women, and see what the response would be.

    This clip is a fantastic example that may become an icon of how twisted and dangerous feminism has become.

    Just how twisted and nasty can these feminists be?

    Comment by Ministry of Men's Affairs — Sat 25th October 2014 @ 9:46 am

  2. When someone yells and screams, it leaves open the question that they maybe they are fighting with themself? I think this is the case here.

    I agree with MoMA, that familycaught$ is ignorant about child development, destructive and hypocritical about what it says fathers or mothers should discuss with their children. Oh what people will do to just take other people’s money!

    The video uses eye catching visuals, that play well on men’s eyes and voiced themes that play well on men’s guilt trips. Abuse these sensitivities and they they are worn down. Radicalism does put constructive pressure onto people to stop and think, perhaps in someone else’s shoes. We need more men’s radicalism for the same reason. Overdone, it is may drive away support.

    Skilful propaganda, but intellectual poverty does slowly wear off. Maybe these images are still driving actions in the minds of familycaught$ secret caught bullies, but in the wider open world, I think more and more people can see the practical realities of men’s and women’s lives. Such propaganda ends up leaving the producers looking stupid and putting back sensible equality. There is a two way street to take care of.

    Should men get into playing such manipulative games back? I hope most men think no.
    Replying mainly with humour and some facts would seem the best option to me, as suggested above.

    Where is all this bitching and moaning taking relationships among young adults of child bearing age? If my guess is correct, I wouldn’t want to be a young woman in the next 20 years. Unfortunately, manipulative games tend to come back on other, innocent people. Maybe a huge dip in births would be a valuable thing? It is sad if mistrust becomes a huge barrier to intimate relationships.

    MurrayBacon – axe murderer, who also wants much more pay and free psychiatric help.

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sat 25th October 2014 @ 10:22 am

  3. When someone yells and screams, it leaves open the question that they maybe they are fighting with themself? I think this is the case here. By No 2.

    I watched a TV interview on the making of this video and the use of the children. I agree with No 2.

    Pay the same money for the same work, is a valid want.
    Not being sexually violated is a valid want.
    But the children were only taught about the things men do to women.
    They were not taught about the things women do to men.

    What do we as men want our boys to fight for like these little girls have?

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Sun 26th October 2014 @ 2:47 pm

  4. Right to know that your own Paternity is correct?
    Right to have access to an effective contraceptive choice for males. EG the Pill.
    Right to have shared parenting.
    Equal role for Equal responsibility.

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Sun 26th October 2014 @ 3:01 pm

  5. No. 3:

    Pay the same money for the same work, is a valid want.

    Western countries already have laws, as required by UN human rights codes, that women are paid the same for the same job. What the young girl on the video said was untrue, typical feminist propaganda. She gave a figure (one of many varied published figures depending on who is counting) representing a difference between the average paid employment earnings for women and men, across all the jobs that women and men do. If this girl had evidence of even one case in which a woman was being paid less than men for the same job, the authorities in her jurisdiction would take action.

    Women more often than men choose to work part time and, on average, do not prioritize the development of their careers as much as men do. They also do not as often as men take up the most dangerous, dirty, body-wrecking, high-stress or technical jobs that tend to pay more due to supply and demand. These kinds of factors cause the gender pay gap.

    It may be valid to seek ways for women to be paid for their child-bearing and primary rearing roles, but the fact is that relationship property laws in western countries effectively do this already. Women legally own at least half of their male partners’ assets and ongoing income, but this is never calculated into gender pay-gap estimates. It may be a good idea for governments to provide more specific guidelines or even laws (e.g.) requiring partners’ earnings to be shared equally prior to disbursement.

    The claim by the young girl on this exploitative clip, that women are paid x% less for the same jobs, was false.

    Not being sexually violated is a valid want.

    Of course it is. But so is not being burgled, not being defrauded, not being beaten up, not being defamed etc a valid want for both men and women. In western countries there tend to be laws and punishments concerning all these things but that doesn’t mean it’s realistic to expect they will never happen or to attribute their ongoing occurrence to gender discrimination.

    Penalties for sexual crimes are already extreme, having been increased steadily due to feminist demands over the last 50 years or so. Already, gently touching a female in a way she doesn’t like can and often will result in more prison time than for (e.g.) manslaughter or kicking the hell out of a male’s head and causing him permanent brain damage. Sure, there are cases where Courts, considering many factors, give apparently lenient sentences for sexual crimes, but this is so for all other crimes too. The fact is that sexual misbehaviour is criminal and both the maximum available punishments and many of the actual punishments ordered are severe. Western governments have invested heavily in education campaigns to discourage sexual crimes and western media have given great priority to news highlighting such crimes and the resulting trauma to victims. What exactly does the young child on the clip want done further regarding this issue?

    The child on the clip is simply parroting what feminists have been doing forever, claiming special victim status for women without putting this into perspective. Although women are almost certainly more at risk from sexual assaults than are men, the fact is that men are much more often the victims of violence in western societies than are men. In NZ, men make up 57% of family homicides but this is never mentioned in unbalanced feminist propaganda. A lone man walking around major western cities late at night is at significant risk of being attacked violently. Yes, it’s other men who more often cause physical violence but that’s largely irrelevant to the victim, and women’s serious violence is certainly not so insignificant as deserving to be disregarded.

    But the children were only taught about the things men do to women.
    They were not taught about the things women do to men.

    Correct. But they also were not taught about the things other men, society, expectations, work roles, biology, illnesses, wars and many other abusive factors do to men. Nor were they taught about the many ways in which women remain privileged.

    Comment by Ministry of Men's Affairs — Mon 27th October 2014 @ 9:03 am

  6. I imagine thinking people will agree that the video exploits girls by getting them to spout socio-political ideology.
    Further they will realize how desperate feminists are getting to try and control the narrative (continuing to reap lucrative dollars from government and other organizations by doing so)
    Feminist own goal.
    More and more folks are seeing feminism inc for what it is, corruption.

    Comment by Stephen Gee — Mon 27th October 2014 @ 4:04 pm

  7. offensive YES,
    child exploitation YES,
    fat ass ugly bitches at the end that wished they were that size again that made this , YES.

    Comment by Dominic da Silva — Tue 28th October 2014 @ 9:51 am

  8. A new way to present the same old bs statistics but I don’t think we should worry too much, looks like an own goal to me. Anyone who thinks this is some sort of news flash is probably too dumb to know the difference between small minded bs with added shock factor and facts sensibly argued anyway.

    Comment by Daniel — Tue 28th October 2014 @ 12:04 pm

  9. Feminism has an end result in the regard to what people get paid, that is a version of communism.
    All people doing work must be paid the same, no matter what that work is.
    A women doing a manual job should be paid the same as a man doing another manual job.
    It says that the qualification dictates pay.
    Considering how poorly the Crown educates boys, that’s not good. That’s Bias.

    A competition is taking place in our courtrooms on this issue.
    Radical change could take place in some industries as a result.

    Can the courts fight off this communism, or will the free market, dictated to by supply and demand, win?

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Tue 28th October 2014 @ 4:41 pm

  10. Corralling children to do their bidding in such garish and downright filthy way is a very desperate act by a very desperate group. I can’t help but wonder what these girls dads were thinking to allow their girls to be used like this; I mean dads were involved too weren’t they? This “episode” raises a really important question; what kind of child support is in place to protect children from exploitation like this?

    Comment by Bruce S — Thu 30th October 2014 @ 11:40 am

  11. @ 10 – Bruce. With mothers like that my money is on the dads had no say and are not involved in the children’s lives. What normal mother would do such a thing?

    Black Adder Series Quote”¦

    Bishop of Bath and Wells: Never have I encountered such foul, mindless perversity. Have you considered a career in the church?

    Comment by Lukenz — Thu 30th October 2014 @ 1:06 pm

  12. Men can use children to make a point as well.

    But without actually physically manipulating children.

    Imagine a scene that shows this.
    Show ten fathers and new-born babies.
    Ask which one involves lying about who the father of the child is.
    Ask how many consented to the pregnancy.
    Ask how many will hardly have anything to do with the child.
    Ask how many fathers will be assaulted by the mother at some point in time.
    Ask how many, if they were teenage fathers, will commit suicide.

    See women, the child has to say nothing, and you can still make the point loud and clear.

    Just as lots of government entities say nothing about these things. If they did speak about these thing what would they say.

    I’ve heard that some government entities read this post.
    Tell us why? these things are OK to you.

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Thu 30th October 2014 @ 5:30 pm

  13. Imagine showing a male child that is witness to his mother being abusive to his father, and the police have been called.

    The father inherently gets the police safety order.
    The father protests his innocence.
    The father is removed from the property.
    The child gets to see the cruel reality of bigotry.

    Does the child now respect the police.

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Fri 31st October 2014 @ 4:44 pm

  14. Imagine showing male children.
    Ask how many will be the father of a child but will be denied all contact with his child because the mother has put no name for a father on the birth certificate, despite the fact that she knows that he is the father. Possibly extorting him for some child support under the table, while she is on the benefit.

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Fri 31st October 2014 @ 4:56 pm

  15. Imagine showing male children.
    Ask how many will become a government funded, Minister of Men’s Affairs.
    Or will be a Human Rights Commissioner who makes a ruling in favour of men.
    Or will be a defined men’s advocate for any political party.

    Ask how many will live to see real equality of the sexes.

    Comment by The man in Absentia — Fri 31st October 2014 @ 5:02 pm

  16. Two words.

    One of them starts with a capital “F” and the other one is disgusting!

    Comment by ornerybloke — Sat 1st November 2014 @ 2:18 am

  17. This was a shocking video. I wrote the below response to it (and linked to a Karen Straughan lecture) on my facebook page and it resulted in a long and hearty discussion that I believe opened a few eyes to the issue of Men’s human rights and feminism etc. Now I have another question, is there a bulletin board type forum here? I would love to connect with men in my area (Wairarapa) who are interested in Men’s issues and human rights etc and I wonder where to put a post up? Cheers.


    There is a video circulating on the internet with young girls throwing round the f word about so-called ‘facts’ of gender inequality.

    Had I watched the video a couple years ago I would have taken every word for granted without question. Basic human biology (our lowest ‘worldly’ common denominators) combined with our modern societal conditioning predisposes us to agree with the notion of women as the ‘weaker’ (or shall I say, ‘less advantaged’) gender. Through our lack of awareness and acknowledgment of our potentially dangerous biological ‘over’ compensation (in this direction) we have created a force that is (I quote) “impeding gender equality as a whole .. and in treating women like children and men with disdain, society becomes unable to confront complicated issues that require us all to work together”.

    As a father, husband, brother, friend, and human being heading into the later part of my life, I no longer have any interest whatsoever in appealing to popular opinion (regardless whether it is so-called ‘global warming’, economic ‘growth’, or ‘feminism’) and my only motive from now on is to play some part in directing toward a more balanced, livable, and humane society for generations after me.

    People like Karen Straughan need our careful listening ears. For our daughters and sons sakes (for one gender cannot live sustainable and rewarding lives at the others expense) please listen to what she is saying.

    – I am happy to deconstruct each of the ‘facts’ on the f-bomb video with careful analysis if anyone is interested (such as the 22% wage inequality, or the truth about higher rates of suicide for boys etc).

    Comment by rivercurrents — Wed 5th November 2014 @ 2:18 pm

  18. Hi rivercurrents. No there isn’t a bulletin board type forum. If you reply to the email I sent earlier this afternoon I will give you permission to post new articles.

    If you use the words Wairarapa and men in a post title it will show up when people search for men’s groups. If you start a group that holds regular meetings I will list it in the “Support” section of the site.

    Comment by JohnPotter — Wed 5th November 2014 @ 4:28 pm

  19. I find rivercurrents comment sad.

    This is because people aren’t asking questions and simply believe a person that appeals to them, IMO. They also don’t stop to wonder whether the person talking to them has actual experience or is simply sharing their thoughts. IMO, anyone can argue one way or the other on any subject.

    For example, I heard over and over that the wage gap was a myth.

    You can imagine my surprise when I learned bosses approach single mothers when they become a single parent and say, “Now that you are the MAIN income earner, you will get the same as the men” (who are considered the MAIN income earner).

    That’s a real slap in the face for anyone and if we are to have a ‘MAIN’ and ‘SECONDARY’, I think the main should be the higher income earner in the ‘family’ partnership not a sex.


    I consider myself in my middle age years, (crossing fingers, lol) and I remember society having forms with the words ‘MAIN income earner’ and ‘SECONDARY income earner’.

    It’s weird, IMO, that we had a main and secondary for the industrial years put both men and women, plus children to work outside the home. But then, if someone can get away with exploiting another, many will do it.


    Anyhoo, I am not worried. It doesn’t matter what people believe, it matters what government does.

    Comment by julie — Fri 7th November 2014 @ 9:33 pm

  20. I would love to know which company or companies it was that had the Bosses come and tell single mothers ‘Now that you are the MAIN income earner, you will get the same as the men’
    If you don’t know or can’t remember the company Julie I wouldn’t mind if you could name the industry.

    Ive asked this many a time,
    What company in New Zealand pays people with the same experience, ability, work ethic etc less because of on their gender?

    Comment by Mits — Fri 7th November 2014 @ 11:06 pm

  21. I didn’t like the look of that fat bitch either

    Comment by Frank — Sat 8th November 2014 @ 1:19 pm

  22. What company in New Zealand pays people with the same experience, ability, work ethic etc less because of on their gender?

    Within a single employer, no doubt most pay equally as you describe.
    However the argument has moved beyond that, to a ruling that low-paid industries dominated by women are entitled to pay parity with comparable higher-paid industries dominated by men.
    So if say, office cleaners are 90% women, and are paid minimum wages, this is a breach of gender-based equal pay with say refuse collectors dominated by men who might be paid 10% more than the cleaners.
    Pre-School teachers could claim parity with high-school teachers;
    nurses with intern doctors;
    McDonalds workers with the high-class chef / restaurant industry.

    Get the idea? In the past, supply and demand basically dictated what industries paid for salaries.
    Now all low-paid women’s industries must be bought to parity with male dominated industries.
    Of course, the reverse will be true too; however that probably won’t fly, and the usual femi-arguments will come up.
    Arguments such as
    ‘well women deserve more after enduring years of inequality’
    ‘women need to be empowered’.
    ‘Men need to group and fight their own battles’
    ‘Men just need to man-up and accept their lot’
    ‘pay-parity affects women; it’s a women’ issue that we must all take responsibility for – and the state must take the lead on resolving’.
    you can probably guess a few more defences that will get touted.

    Comment by OMG! You're (*&^%$&^*! — Sat 8th November 2014 @ 8:43 pm

  23. check-your-privilege-feminists

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Wed 10th December 2014 @ 9:10 am

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