The following article was sponsored by Jim Johnson
The British government continues to march down the dark path of Cultural Marxism. Today, it’s ruled almost entirely by closet radical feminists that are determined to strike blow after blow against men and the family unit. Since 2010, Theresa May, formerly the head of the Home office and now the unelected Prime Minister, and Alison Saunders, the head of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), have changed the laws so that women’s claims of abuse and victimization at the hands of men are always assumed true by the police. Men can be arrested and held in custody for 24 hours without being told why. Women’s statements alone can deny a man the right to see his children. There are no definitive civil rights guarantees for men given the family courts’ right to determine what is considered to be a threat to a woman or the family. The Crown Prosecution Service has a de-facto policy of prosecuting all allegations made by women against men, without proper regard to their plausibility.
This newfound power that hijacks the legal system and overrides due process and fundamental human rights gives women the ability to make false claims and exert extreme leverage over men for any reason they choose. Many men are having their lives ruined before they have had a chance to prove their innocence. We have all seen the news stories about the actions and policies of the Home Office, the Police and the Crown Prosecution Service since 2010, when Theresa May and Alison Saunders took over and applied radical feminist policies. Absurd allegations of rape, domestic violence, and discrimination ruined the lives of men, and many of these allegations were later proven to be false or exaggerated beyond recognition.
This problem, regrettably, will get worse. As unelected Prime Minister, Theresa May will increase her assault on human rights for men – she wants to repeal the Human Rights Act, which provides human rights for all, but retain the Equality Act 2010, which de-facto defends human rights for women and protected minorities. The net result will be that only men lose their human rights. She will increase state surveillance of men – she has driven through passage of the Investigatory Powers Act, which retains 12 months of your website data and makes it available to local police forces and social services without a warrant.
She will continue her doublespeak – a prime example is Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), which is a set of male-hate policies using the front of domestic abuse for criminalising men and putting hundreds millions of pounds annually into the pockets of feminists. She will intensify politicised justice – for example, she appointed feminist Liz Truss as Justice Secretary despite her complete lack of legal experience. She will fuel the gender war through lies and statistics – she manipulates facts, e.g. she defines gender pay gap as the difference between the median salary of men vs the median salary of women without adjusting for line of work, seniority, experience, education, hours worked, performance, time spent away from home, risky working environment, etc.. No economist takes this fabricated gender wage gap seriously.
Feminism isn’t about equal rights for women. It’s about criminalising, humiliating and emasculating men. It is about taking everything men have worked for – their homes, families and careers, away from them at any opportunity. Protect yourself.
1. Recognise that women have become weaponised
The world has changed. Since 2010, new laws, amended laws and new application of old laws have radically widened the definitions of domestic abuse, sexual assault, discrimination, harassment, stalking, and hate crime to such an extent that just about anything a man does can now be classed as a crime. Subjective interpretation is a key enabling feature. Under Home Office guidance, the police must now accept everything a woman says, believe everything a woman says and check very little. All female complainants are referred to as “victims.” Under the 2014 Positive Action Policy of the police YOU WILL be arrested. Under the Zero Tolerance policies of the Home Office and Alison Saunders at the Crown Prosecution Service YOU WILL be prosecuted. YOU WILL be treated as guilty until proven innocent and YOU WILL have to prove your innocence. Women have not been empowered. They have become unwittingly weaponised by feminists to destroy men and families. They want women to hate the ones they love. Feminists and vindictive psychos like to pull the trigger.
2. Shun feminists and psychos
Avoid feminists, whether or not they’re married. A false or exaggerated claim can be made by any woman against any man and feminists are far more likely than non-feminists to do this. Avoid women who have degrees in gender studies, use the word “victim,” or think the solution to their problems is to report pettiness to the police (or anyone for that matter). Assume all women are feminists until proven to be anti-feminists. Vindictive psychos are more difficult to avoid – you never know until it’s too late. Men have always had to deal with psychos, usually by gently walking away, but these days they can come back with a vengeance with false claims and with the police and CPS by their side. Try screening them out by only proceeding with dating if they sign a statutory declaration under penalty of perjury that they have never made an allegation of rape, harassment, stalking, domestic abuse, bullying or trolling. You can both sign one to be fair about it. Never have sex with them if they’ve had more than two drinks – they lack legal capacity to consent and they or their feminist friend can later accuse you of rape (but they will still be held legally responsible if they drive drunk).
3. Insure yourself against false accusations
If you are a man and falsely accused and charged by the police or the CPS you will need money to defend yourself. Check your home insurance, which may cover legal defence. Alternatively, keep £20,000 in a bank account as a legal defence fund. This account cannot be a joint account and your partner must be unaware of its existence. The British justice system de-facto presumes men are guilty until proven innocent and innocence may be expensive to prove.
4. Protect yourself with technology
Theresa May drove through the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, which compels all ISPs to log every website you and your family have visited over the past 12 months and make this information available to local police and social workers without warrant. She claims this is to fight terrorism but she will re-purpose it to fight men. Fight back. Encrypt all of your hard drives. Use VPNs for your internet connection. Send messages only on encrypted platforms such as WhatsApp and iMessage. Keep every message and email a woman has ever sent to you and record any sexual activity. You will need this in court to prove your innocence.
5. Stick together as a family
Family breakdown in the UK is now the highest in Europe thanks to state policy and the court system. You, your wife and your children are the best defence against a male-hating, family-hating state. Be united in your defence of your children, your property, your religion and your family values against the state’s attack on families. Spend time with your family building love and trust with each other. Stick up for one another.
6. Distrust police and civil servants
Meet them with a wall of silence. Teach your children NEVER to speak to these people without you or a solicitor present. This is especially true for your teenage or older boys. Don’t be naïve – NHS staff and state school teachers are now social services informants. 20% of all children in the UK under the age of five have been reported to social services. Don’t engage in conversation – tell them the minimum information needed to conclude whatever transaction it is you have with them. Do not cooperate with the police, especially the Community Service Unit (the relationship police). They will lie, twist and exaggerate to create a case against you. Video or voice record every conversation or encounter you have with the police, social services, parking wardens, NHS staff or any other state worker. Your iPhone is your best weapon and your best defence.
7. Embrace women with strong father figures and common sense
If you are single, seek out women who admire their fathers and brothers. Find those who have experienced real life, who have known hardship, who grew up in well-adjusted social households with fathers and brothers. Seek women who know life is filled with ups and downs. Do not date women who demonstrate a sense of entitlement, victimization or extreme emotional instability. Be particularly aware of women who threaten you when jealous or make up or exaggerate stories about other men they have dated. Reduce your risk by vetting all women you date with a background check, searches on their social media websites such as Facebook, questions about previous relationships and how they ended. If necessary, hire a private detective to ensure they don’t have a record of making false or petty allegations against previous partners.
8. Avoid non-committal Northern European, British, and American women
Two-thirds of divorces in the US and UKare now initiated by women, not men. Domestic violence allegations is their weapon of choice in getting custody of your children and your money. Don’t be conned by these feminist-inspired women. Date family-orientated women. Sign prenuptial agreements with a view to keeping your wife honest through sickness and in health, but be aware that British courts are not currently legally bound by these agreements.
9. Minimise your taxes
75% of income tax in the UK is paid by men. This is in addition to spousal support and child support payments paid by men, many of whom are blocked by state bodies such as CAFCASS or the family courts from seeing their children. Taxes paid by men are then used against them by a feminist-controlled state to fund its war against men and families. Tax is theft. Practice legal tax avoidance and stop funding the state’s war on men.
10. Stay out of the system
State schools are failing boys. Boys now make up only 40% of university students. The heavily feminised state education system is hostile to boys and teaches feminism and political correctness, not critical thinking. Normal boy behaviour is no longer tolerated and is often classed as ADHD. So is Dad Deficit Disorder. Ritalin and Concerta prescriptions for boys are at an all-time high. Send your children to private school if you can.
11. Ditch your TV license and stop funding the BBC
Broadcast television media, most notably the BBC, have become rabidly anti-male. Men are depicted as bumbling idiots and worse. There are almost no male news presenters anymore. Witness Women’s Hour (Women Sour) on BBC radio. Declare you do not watch live TV and stop paying your TV Licence. You can still stream Netflix and watch DVDs. Your mental health will improve tenfold.
12. Be resilient
Suicide is now the leading cause of death of males aged between 15-49 in the UK. Men are killing themselves at a rate more than three times higher than women. When a man loses his children, his family and his rights in a system stacked against him it is easy to lose all hope. Be resilient.
13. Be great at what you do
Don’t let the feminists drag you down. Be great at your sport, your business, your intellectual pursuits, or whatever it is you choose to do. Men have a unique ability to compartmentalise and focus without distraction on achieving success. Don’t let feminists stop you.
14. Stay human
Don’t turn into a politically-correct male automaton. Don’t shut down your emotions, your masculinity or your sex drive. Simply find safe locations and trusted friends to express your humanity. Exercise every day. Men especially need it. Feel the testosterone and endorphins. Be physically alive.
15. Fight back and defend your rights
Most men in the UK are unaware of how their rights have been assaulted by the state’s actions and changed over the past years. Get informed and stay informed. Know your rights under the European Convention on Human Rights. Exercise and stand up for your rights and family values. Recognise the laws are wrong, Police and CPS application of the law is wrong and the justice system has become politicised. Engage in non-violent civil disobedience. Rational debate and free speech no longer exist. Be prepared to risk getting arrested.