All Women Hate Men



Women are born and raised to hate men.  It’s basic misandry and there has to be a zero tolerance of it says Lord Ahmed speaking to Victoria Derbyshire….we ignore this problem at our peril!  It stems from the Christian religion and the Genesis story which enshrines the myth of masculine evil as a justification for male oppression.

Actually, no.  The BBC never broadcast any such thing.  Except it did.  Sort of.

All men hate women.

In May there was a great deal of attention being paid to women being abused, attacked and otherwise oppressed around the world.  The BBC investigated this issue using several high profile cases as proof of their contention that men just hate women.

Yes, all these cases have a common theme…’Male hatred of women’…not just individual instances of disturbed or criminal men but all men, all men hate women, it’s innate, bred into them, their brains are hardwired that way, they learn it in church or on their mother’s knee….so look out….

‘The whole process of becoming masculine is at risk in the little boy from the date of his birth on; his still-to-be-created masculinity is endangered by the primary, profound, primeval oneness with the mother.’

It is only by setting woman apart as Other, by resisting intimacy with her, by treating her with contempt and aggression, that men assert their own independent and fragile masculinity.

Contrast that sweeping accusation, that men hate women,  with the BBC’s concerted effort to separate the Muslim community from the actions of fundamentalist Muslims done in the name of Islam….the BBC makes huge efforts to put a firewall between them and the ‘Religion of Peace’. These fundamentalists are mad, bad and certainly not Muslim we are assured.

The BBC doesn’t just make the claim that all men hate women but exploit it as an entry point to weave an amazing web of intrigue,  tying together many different strands and narratives that reflect and highlight the BBC’s own ‘bête noire’ and concerns.

The issues that keep the BBC awake at night?

Firstly of course, the knowledge that ‘all men hate women’. The world must awake to this intractable and ever-present problem.

Then there is British aid money….so often the target of ’Daily Mail’ types who want the money spent on the poor and needy at home…the BBC’s contention is that such aid is vital in helping various communities around the world, educating them about an array of issues…in this case of course it is educating men about women’s rights…and we know Cameron chatted to the BBC’s James Harding about the BBC’s presentation of European issues…what else did they discuss?  Perhaps Cameron’s own pet project of maintaining foreign aid…and perhaps the BBC would like to help out by highlighting just how brilliant and worthy and successful it all is.

Then we have Islam, at the time of writing the issue was Boko Haram and it‘s kidnapping of Nigerian school girls….again this was presented by the BBC as an issue of men hating women rather than having a political motivation or just being plain old desire for women…and the BBC uses this to also declare that Boko Haram is most certainly not really an ‘Islamic jihadist group’ as such but merely a reaction against Western colonisation…er…in 1903.

Of course Boko Haram is not the only example of women being abused in Islamic lands.  Large numbers of women are being killed or abused in such countries…but the BBC is keen to promote the idea that such treatment of women has nothing to do with the teachings of the Koran……the BBC presenting it as merely ‘misogyny’….again…merely as a hatred of women.

Many of the reports come from those Islamic countries and the BBC is concerned of the image that that creates about Islam…that it oppresses women and generates hate towards them.

The BBC has a natural inclination to try and downplay anything that might be construed as ‘evil’ about Islam and to find another way to explain the events…such as they maybe merely cultural or pure Misogyny, or a result of some external pressures on the society….therefore it has settled on an overarching explanation of all such events as one of men hating women.

The BBC illustrates it’s theory that men hate women with various examples.

  • First we have Boko Haram kidnapping hundreds of girls…and converting them to Islam.
  • Then the rape and murder of two girls in India.
  • Then the death sentence pronounced on a Christian woman in Somalia for ‘apostasy’.
  • Then they latch onto the teenager in America who apparently went on a hate filled rampage against all women.

The problem is…not one of those events is actually based upon a hatred of women….not even the Elliot Rodgers’ killing spree in the US.

Boko Haram’s motives must be manifold….all derived from their intent to impose an Islamic state upon Nigeria…..other than the actual Islamic teachings that make women second class citizens, which the BBC doesn’t refer to, there is nothing in this that indicates Boko Haram hates women….they are after all happily slaughtering hundreds of men as well…the girls are political pawns and sex slaves.  They don’t hate them, they just use them.

The rape of two girls in India?…is that hate or just sexual gratification and a covering up of the crime by killing the ‘witnesses’…is it a class issue?

The woman sentenced to death in Somalia?  That was based upon her being a Christian not on her gender…if she had been male the sentence would have been the same…

He reminded the world that Meriam was not abused because she was a woman or from a minority. She suffered persecution because of her faith.

The BBC even admits it elsewhere: Sudan woman faces death for apostasy

Elliot Rodgers in America?   What the BBC doesn’t admit is that he actually killed more men than women…and that he was mentally ill.  Rodgers problem was that he loved women but they didn’t love him, he thought they hated him….“All of those beautiful girls I’ve desired so much in my life, but can never have because they despise and loathe me, I will destroy.”   So not really an inborn hatred of women on his part….and he killed more men than women…

Authorities now know Elliot Rodger’s killing spree across Isla Vista began before he even left home.
The 22-year-old former Santa Barbara City College student fatally stabbed three young men in his own apartment — George Chen, 19, Cheng Yuan Hong, 20, and Weihan Wang, 20.
Chen and Hong were the attacker’s roommates.

And consider this: Elliot Rodger was mentally ill. That conversation needs to take place.

Not on the BBC it doesn’t…he’s a man, therefore he hates women.

And of course then there is Rochdale…..another case of ‘men hating women’ apparently…and nothing to do with Islam or race or criminal abuse and exploitation.

It is highly dishonest of the BBC to conflate all these cases and to present them as examples of how women are treated terribly because men ‘hate’ them.

None of them illustrate that at all.

The BBC dragged in the ‘Defender of the Faith‘, Baroness Warsi to comment.  She of course did all she could to deflect any blame for her religion, Islam….it’s that usual suspect Misogyny…..

Baroness Warsi: ‘We have to name and shame’ misogyny

The recent brutality against women in Pakistan, India and Sudan is due to “basic misogyny”, said Baroness Warsi, Foreign Office Minister and Conservative Peer.

Lady Warsi said a “zero tolerance approach to everyday sexism” is needed.

Here is some of the interview, paraphrased for brevity….

Victoria Derbyshire asks Warsi…..

VD:  Why are some women being treated like this in some parts of the world?  Why are women still 2nd class citizens in many parts of the world?

Warsi deliberates…..‘It comes down to basic misogyny…..There is a view that women do not have the right to make choices or have the same opportunities as men…economic, financial and social decision making……

Derbyshire feeds her a line, making th claim that it is about misogyny and to allow Warsi to claim there is no particular religion or place that is particularly prone to it…..

VD:  The cases are not unique to Pakistan or Somlia or India….the killings in the US were done by a student who hated women…so it would appear to be basic misogyny right across the world.

WarsiYes….this is not restricted to a particular culture or part of world  religion to which this behaviour is unique.   We’re using aid in these places to make sure women have rights, championing them…focus on education of girls international development….fight only successful when women have tools to raise their own voices and make their own choices.

Derbyshire pushing the aid theme….

VD:   How much impact does British aid have?

Warsi:  Huge impact….real changes happen because of it.

VD:   In end it is men in power however much women are educated.

Warsi:  There must be a zero tolerance approach to everyday sexism to reduce misogyny.  We have to make sure women play a full role and have their voices heard…..raise our sons to respect women, bring them up right…we must call out when you see something wrong.
Child exploitation trials in Rochdale…that was misogyny…not Islam.

The BBC Doesn’t miss a trick and promotes this book about Misogyny….

Joan Smith’s Misogynies
Duration: 45 minutes First broadcast: Thursday 05 June 2014
It’s been 25 years since the first publication of Joan Smith’s book Misogynies. In 1989, this collection of essays created shock waves with its analyses of everything from Page 3, violence in films, women in the clergy and the bungled Yorkshire Ripper murder investigation. But how much have things really moved on in the past quarter century? Jenni talks to crime writer Val McDermid about the culture Misogynies sprang from and to Alex Clark about current feminist literature. Martin Daubney and Dr Claire Hardaker discuss the impact that online pornography and trolling have on society and we talk to a group of men about joining the fight against misogyny.

Even the BBC’s Paul Mason (Gone but not forgotten) is draughted in to make the case:

Is there a tech solution for hatred of women?

If it’s a social problem and not a technological one, what is the root of it? Ms Norton, believes it is stark:
“The social problem is that men are raised to hate women and technology is not going to fix that.
You can already feel cyberspace divided into a world that hates women and one that does not. Fortunately the former is small, but incredibly powerful – and underestimated at its peril.



Some extra reading on the subject…..
New details emerge about California killer and his victims
The rampage started with his roommates
Authorities now know Elliot Rodger’s killing spree across Isla Vista began before he even left home.
The 22-year-old former Santa Barbara City College student fatally stabbed three young men in his own apartment — George Chen, 19, Cheng Yuan Hong, 20, and Weihan Wang, 20.
Chen and Hong were the attacker’s roommates.
A friend of Rodger’s family said Rodger recently had a feud with his roommates, complaining to his landlord that his roommates were too noisy and played lots of video games.
The assailant himself outlined his plan to kill two roommates in a 137-page manifesto he left behind.
“I’d even enjoy stabbing them both to death while they slept,” Rodger wrote.

Rodger’s history of mental health issues was no secret to his family, and the young man was seeing at least two therapists prior to his death.
He had been seeing therapists on and off since he was 8, family friend Simon Astaire said. When he went to high school in Van Nuys, California, he met with a therapist “pretty much every day,” Astaire said.

In “My Twisted World: The Story of Elliot Rodger,” the writer said he bought his first handgun in 2012 in preparation for a possible “Day of Retribution.”

On Friday, minutes before he shot three young women in front of a sorority house and killed a young man at a nearby deli, Rodger e-mailed his writings to two dozen people, including his parents and at least one of his therapists.
“My orchestration of the Day of Retribution is my attempt to do everything, in my power, to destroy everything I cannot have,” Rodger wrote.
“All of those beautiful girls I’ve desired so much in my life, but can never have because they despise and loathe me, I will destroy. All of those popular people who live hedonistic lives of pleasure, I will destroy, because they never accepted me as one of them. I will kill them all and make them suffer, just as they have made me suffer. It is only fair.”

Elliot Rodger was mentally ill. That conversation needs to take place.

Rodger wrote that the “first phase” of his massacre plan would be to stab his two male roommates to death.
“These were the biggest nerds I had ever seen, and they were both very ugly with annoying voices,” he wrote. “If they were pleasant to live with, I would regret having to kill them, but due to their behavior I now had no regrets about such a prospect. In fact, I’d even enjoy stabbing them both to death while they slept.”
“After that, I will start luring people into my apartment, knock them out with a hammer, and slit their throats. I will torture some of the good looking people before I kill them, assuming that the good looking ones had the best sex lives. All of that pleasure they had in life, I will punish by bringing them pain and suffering. I have lived a life of pain and suffering, and it was time to bring that pain to people who actually deserve it.”

Somalis grow fearful of Islamists

Public anger at the recent stoning of a 13-year-old girl in Somalia shows the growing resentment towards radical Islamists who have gained control of much of the south and centre of the country.
Her 62-year-old aunt told the BBC that the teenager had in fact been raped by three armed men – and she took Asha to the police station to report it.
Several days later, after two suspects had been arrested, she was asked to return to the station with her niece.
To her surprise the girl was taken into custody too.
“I tried to speak to the police but they said they were not talking,” she said.
Three days later, after Asha had been tried in an Islamist court, she was stoned to death.
“They said that the girl had chatted up these men and had confessed to adultery,” she said.
But the aunt said the authorities clearly failed to notice her age, how mentally disturbed she was by her experience, or her history of mental illness.
“She was only 13 years old. I have got her card from Hagarder refugee camp which has her age on it.

Not Islamic

The rather desperate counter argument in light of the fact that Rodgers killed more men….

Elliot Rodger hated men because he hated women.

Misogyny kills men, too.
Rodger hated women, that much was clear.
But men who loved women also incurred Rodger’s wrath. “I will destroy all women,” Rodger wrote. “I will make them all suffer for rejecting me. I will arm myself with deadly weapons and wage a war against all women and the men they are attracted to.” Rodger viewed women as objects, and he resented other men for hoarding what he viewed as his property. “If I can’t have them,” he wrote, “no one will.”
Elliot Rodger targeted women out of entitlement, their male partners out of jealousy, and unrelated male bystanders out of expedience.

Why Men Hate Women

It is only by setting woman apart as Other, by resisting intimacy with her, by treating her with contempt and aggression, that men assert their own independent and fragile masculinity.
Germaine Greer once commented that ‘women have very little idea of how much men hate them’. For it is painful to confront the extent of men’s hatred.

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3 Responses to All Women Hate Men

  1. DJ says:

    This is what happens when your entire organisation is a leftist monoculture: there’s no one around to see the irony of members of one sex interviewing each other about how bad the other sex is while complaining about sexism.

    Join us for next week’s program when David Duke tells us what blacks really think!


  2. Barry Sheridan says:

    Unfortunately the mainstream media in general are beyond repair, it will remain this way while they continue to recruit from a corrupt educational system that churns out brain washed graduates who are unable to determine fact from fiction.
    The scale of the issue is almost beyond belief, with biased and distorted reporting dominating both print and airwaves. If it wasn’t for the internet and many determined bloggers and commentators we would be totally lost.


    • Seek the Truth says:

      I was going to say something but could not add anything to what Barry Sheridan has said, which is spot on. I get all my news and information from the Internet these days; the only time I ever look at or listen to the BBC is to find out how dishonestly they spin stories that others are not afraid to report truthfully.

      If we can’t rid ourselves of the BBC, could the BBC at least rid itself of that first ‘B’? It would be the first honest thing it’s done since 1997.