am in receipt of the following e-mail, from a sender who is both female and not a feminist:
To: * fidelbogen
Sent: Wed, Sep 8, 2010 7:32 pm
Subject: In what way(s) is it true?
On one of the threads on Spearhead
forum Venom said: "The spearhead's kind of been on a decline ever since Globalman got banned. Women are being allowed to make to many decisions about the direction of the spearhead."I was wondering, since I don't think I've been on there long enough to know, what he would mean by this statement, and the reason I'm asking you (and not just responding to the thread) is because I know the rest of the guys who were posting on that thread are all categorical women haters and I just want an honest answer without all of the ensuing male/female crap (which I know you would provide if you are able).
My response to the above is, I think, of significance to warrant broader exposure:
I rarely look into the Spearhead forum; can you give me a link to the location you are talking about?
Anyhow, without knowing anything further at this stage, I would have to say that Globalman was an abrasive character, but quite knowledgeable. His misfortune was that he could not present his knowledge effectively (diplomatically). He knew quite a bit, but he acted like a know-it-all . . . and of course, NOBODY knows it all! Plus. . . he said some things that were politically very, very ill-considered. Personally, I think it is just as well that he got sacked. . .
As for "Venom": The name says it all! I would assume he is a Globalman fan. So of course, to HIM the Spearhead is going downhill now! And I have no idea what he means about women making too many decisions -- possibly because the tone is a bit less "misogynistic" now? What he and people like him don't seem to understand, is how to set uncompromising male boundaries without being woman-haters, or how to say HARD THINGS without sounding unnecessarily harsh. Yes. . it can be done, but some people need to pull a printout from the clue wire.
Since my brain is clicking, here are some extra goodies for you . . .
The difference between feminism and the MRM? Well. . . both groups contain a number of "haters", but only feminism is a hate movement per se. That is, if you kicked out all of the hate and all of the haters from feminism, the movement as such would cease to exist, having nothing to hold it together or drive it forward. On the other hand, if you expelled the hate element from the MRM, the movement as such would roll right along and never skip a beat. It would still have ample reason to exist as long as such a thing as feminism existed.
Finally, I ought to point out something that I haven't pointed out nearly enough. The so-called MRM is just one piece of a larger picture, and that "larger picture" is what I call the non-feminist revolution. There are a number of individuals, groups and forces of various sorts and sizes which are converging to attack feminism, or its extended power structure, or its objective consequences in whatever form. Not all of these entities are "men's" forces, and not all of them even realize that they are attacking feminism per se. But, they are all of them like roads leading to Rome, and they are all pinching feminism in one way or another.
In the end, the non-feminist revolution is nothing more or less than the rest of the world, exclusive of feminism, acting in a more-or-less political way against feminism and its objective consequences, and with a growing awareness of itself AS A FORCE.
Yet the MRM will always be at the center of this, for the simple reason that the War on Men is at the center of everything that feminism does.
Hopefully this was helpful;