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Bettina Arndt interviews journalist Ashe Schow

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 9:08 am Mon 25th October 2021

Ms Schow is doing a great job exposing misandry in US educational institutions and Bettina Arndt continues her great job of interviewing significant people. Can feminism and its supporters hold back the tide of reason and truth?

Follow the money. The most wealthy and powerful elite in the world will be using their donations to require US educational institutions to set up their kangaroo court systems devoid of fairness to male accused and devoid of any normal principles of justice. What better way to hamstring men than by targeting them when they are young? Ruin their education, demoralize and frighten them into submission early, especially the brightest ones. Pressure from feminist groups has probably been of minor significance in bringing about these travesties of justice; it has simply been exploited by the powerful. Similar misandry in NZ educational institutions seems to be much less extreme so far and that may be in part because they rely less on ideological money. However, we are likely to see more of it over time. Does anyone have knowledge of examples in NZ?


  1. You may be missing a piece of the puzzle here.

    Clark had been Minister of Education and was Deputy Prime Minister by the end of the Lange Administration in the 1980s.

    During that time the Central Auckland Labour core was very active in the proposed redevelopment of education.

    Even during the Bolger Administration this experimentation continued in particular with a controversial programme at Auckland Central Primary.

    By this stage the attack on fathers through education had reached some horrific extremes and in part lead to the formation of Union of Fathers.

    Anthropologist and teacher Jim Bagnall was one of the founding members of course along with others who were well versed in the exclusion of men from participating in their child’s life through education.

    The attacks on men in that era were more individual and perhaps extreme compared to today and certainly much more difficult to deal with.

    Once Clark came to power in 1999 the situation became more a legal battle with major shifts in legislation dominating our politics but also we saw a transition from written communications to internet exposure. You can see that transition in this blog as it moved from a magazine to a blog.

    Comment by Downunder — Mon 25th October 2021 @ 9:36 am

  2. It’s now directly part of children’s lives.
    Kindergarten children are taught about consent.
    Soon older students will get healthy relationship classes.
    Defined by consent only being a thing males must get.
    How girls can, report bad males, even for petty things.
    The girls provided a library of services, just for them to call.

    Even the innocent will be punished.
    The boy dare not, get her upset, or break up.
    The abused boys, silenced in fear of retribution.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Mon 25th October 2021 @ 1:36 pm

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