Misandry, male-bashing, man-hating, anti-male bias.
Call it what you will, but it happens all over the world in a pattern that ought to be clear. And it had best stop, or there will be some merry hell to pay. I am predicting
this (not prescribing it), because I would like to head off trouble before it arrives on everybody's doorstep. I want to avoid the worst. I want to be the self-defeating prophet whose predictions NEVER come true, but that will happen only if my words, and the words of other people like me, are taken up and taken to heart. So what say you, gentle reader? Do you want to steer the world away from future violence? Do you simply not give a rip? Or do you wish (as the feminists wish) to encourage the growth of violence in the interest of a political agenda? Reflect upon this, and take your stand to one side or the other.
All right, have a look at this clipping from an Indian newspaper -- the Deccan Chronicle of Hyderabad. This was shared to the worldwide pro-male community by an activist in India, and it speaks tons. You should pay particular attention to the final paragraph, which resonates with the state of affairs on a global scale. As the song says, "signs, signs, everywhere signs!" The growing trend is to view men as moral pariahs and dogs, and to view maleness itself as pathological.
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