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Rene Naufahu and the Gender War

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 10:06 am Thu 25th January 2018

The Rene Naufahu case is a good example of our Courts and our society treating adult women as if they are children. Surely, if a man attempts to seduce an adult woman she has responsibility for whether she immediately tells him “no I don’t consent to that” (in whatever wording) or instead participates in the sexual activity? Surely, if she had previously participated sexually with a man in a free context and she then keeps going back to that man into that context without expressing any disapproval or dislike of what happened, she is responsible for her choice and indeed for implying consent for what happened last time and what can reasonably be predicted to happen again this time?

Surely an adult woman is responsible for any star-struck influence on her own behaviour and choices? Are we next going to see women who throw their underwear at a handsome male star on stage make complaints to police blaming the star’s powerful status for overwhelming them emotionally and leading them to behave sexually?

We are inclined to believe Rene Naufahu’s claim that the complaints against him were based on a witch hunt by scorned women. The situation is reminiscent of the days of slavery when white women were seen as ‘victims’ when black men spoke to them without invitation or in terms other than showing extreme humility. Those women claimed they were traumatized by the black men’s insubordination, they often fainted while recounting their ordeal and sought medical treatment such as smelling salts or laudanum for the terrible mental effects. The men were then imprisoned for prosecution through conveniently invented laws for the purpose, but before they got to Court many were lynched (dragged along behind vehicles then hung on trees to be whipped and left to die) by mobs of ‘white knight’ white men. Nowadays the poor traumatized women would give ‘victim impact’ statements very similar to those provided by Naufahu’s ‘victims’, having been diagnosed with PTSD and given extensive counselling to support their victim mentality. These women are victims not of Naufahu’s sexual behvaviour but of feminist propaganda and irrational social beliefs. They are caught up in a witch hunt just as genuinely as good people were throughout the ‘civilized’ world’s witch hunts in past centuries.

Nowadays any man becomes a monster if he dares to gently touch a woman without invitation or dares to attempt to initiate sexual interaction with a woman who isn’t sure she likes him in that way. Many white knight men then join the lynch mob including judges, while politicians progressively pass laws legitimizing this sexist violence. Not much has changed fundamentally.

Surely, Naufahu should only be held responsible for his own behaviour, not for regrets the women felt about their participation with him, nor for the neurotic reactions they built up over time through their own indignant thoughts?

Sexual assault/harassment/violation laws have been amended to become an inhumane weapon in the feminist war against men. The #metoo movement is a propaganda offensive to denigrate men and to promote ever greater levels of injustice towards them. Unclear and ever-changing rules are retrospectively invented and applied to persecute men. Accused men are treated as guilty from the outset, employers are permitted to sack them immediately and others are permitted to punish them and ruin their lives before allegations have so much as been clarified. Men are convicted on the basis of no evidence beyond tearful allegations claiming absence of consent regarding normal, gentle sexual advances. Men are then imprisoned for longer than if they had maimed, robbed or killed. This nonsense has to stop. But how?


  1. One of our biggest issues is women’s mag media.

    This I can recall being discussed in the NSMC back in 1997.

    There was a South African immigrant, (and a good guy, I might add) although I can’t recall his name, but I understand he became a real estate agent on the North Shore, who suggested we buy the Herald, as a means to stopping the bullshit.

    It might have been a good idea, but obviously it didn’t happen.

    Although UOF had a professional media company putting out regular releases over several years, maybe two or three made the news.

    Comment by Downunder — Thu 25th January 2018 @ 11:35 am

  2. Worth watching.

    Comment by golfa — Thu 25th January 2018 @ 11:45 am


    Comment by golfa — Thu 25th January 2018 @ 11:46 am

  4. And what happened to Lauren Quaintence?

    She got chased out of New Zealand, for just that.

    Last I heard she was living in Australia after escaping to America.

    Comment by Downunder — Thu 25th January 2018 @ 12:23 pm

  5. I not only respect LQ but feel for her predicament – she came on board to do an article for UOF and she got her arse nailed for that – they made sure they destroyed her career.

    Comment by Bevan Berg — Thu 25th January 2018 @ 1:01 pm

  6. The issues are not just man onto woman. There have been several discussions about men coerced into sex, using alcohol, who were manipulated into marriage by being told the woman was pregnant. Rape to marriage is a common feminist complaint (well in the case of man on woman anyway).
    I tripped over the following article. It has a ring of truth to it.
    More to the point, it gives some clear pointers to aspects of upbringing, as seen by children. Maybe adults need to communicate more positively with children, to counter these contrary developmental influences, hidden in popular media?

    Lesbians can commit sexual assault too. I know – I’ve done it.

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sat 27th January 2018 @ 2:48 pm

  7. I’m curious why you posted that comment here and not under the post headed ‘Rape’.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 27th January 2018 @ 3:07 pm

  8. Hi Downunder, when I read this post, the article seemed to have a little relevance. I didn’t see any post about rape, so for me that question didn’t arise.
    I would like equality of responsibility before the law to work in NZ.

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sat 27th January 2018 @ 6:11 pm

  9. This one

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 27th January 2018 @ 6:37 pm

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