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Misandry Rules Labour

Filed under: Gender Politics,General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 9:12 pm Mon 18th September 2017

With Helen Clark’s feminist agenda still driving misandrist anti-male policy in the Labour Party it comes as no surprise a new childless feminist, Jacinda Adern, has won control, claim the Ministry of Men’s Affairs (MoMA).
MoMA is a community group because successive governments have neglected the voice and welfare of men and boys. They believe New Zealand’s social policy and law is now powerfully biased against males. This has been promoted through the Ministry for Women with well over $100 million of taxpayer money. It was heavily funded in the Clark era. No balancing Ministry for Men exists. No such substantial resource has been given to the concerns of the male half of the population.

Kelvin Davis, Labour’s new deputy, showed his feminist support when he pulled out from hosting the 2017 Men’s Summit at Parliament at the last minute. He said “Men MIGHT criticize women”. According to the Ministry for Men’s Affairs, he clearly wanted to censor the Summit’s speakers.

“This devious White Knight also drives Labour’s peculiar anti-male agenda” said Kerry Bevin from MoMA.
Labour’s feminists, including Leanne Dalziel, sabotaged the Shared Parenting Bill. Their unhealthy alliance with gay rights advocate, Labour’s Grant Robertson, forms a dominant hegemony against normal heterosexual males and traditional families. MoMA says the deadly effects are now evident in rising male suicides including youth.

“This discriminatory abuse is a national tragedy. Labour has evolved in to a strange creature” said the MoMA spokesman.

“What a stunning betrayal of working men and their families who forged the Labour Party.”

“Males and their female friends can’t risk a Labour government. Who knows where their social hysteria may go, now that affirmative action for women is entrenched and delivering such harm to male welfare and generating fatherless families” said Mr Bevin.

“Time for the Human Rights Commission to speak up” he added.

Contact the Ministry of Men’s Affairs, ph 022 594 8093

1 Comment »

  1. Correct me if I’m wrong:

    Are you saying the Labour Party is an unruly bunch of small protest groups, that can’t get on with each other or agree about much at all. (Many people know this and the media has given up saying it)

    … but adding that they can only find two things in common;

    They have something against men, or

    They only care about women

    and this is the only way they can see to win votes and an election?

    (Hoping every one will be fooled by a pretty face in a fairytale election)

    Comment by Downunder — Tue 19th September 2017 @ 8:11 am

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