In response to “Kathy Gyngell: Labour’s real problem is not Ed. Sanctimonious feminists have alienated its working class vote”, John mws wrote:
Kathy is spot on. The Labour party exists in name only. It is the de facto Feminist party in all but official name. All policies must be gender feminist in nature or neutral.
In every one of her ministerial jobs, Harriet Harman has only ever created policies to privilege and spend money on women. Many times she used quota-based arguments to discriminate against men. In fact, she does not hide that she thinks fathers are an unnecessary nuisance.
As for Lucy Powell and her 10 per cent GDP increase, she is failing to take note of the rise in discriminated against, under educated men, who will be less employed and replaced by women, who still tend, as a whole, to work less overtime and in less full time jobs, even with better qualifications.
More men will therefore not be getting married, not producing children and generally withdrawing from a growing anti-male society which seeks to criminalise masculinity, therefore leading to a collapse in GDP, and a collapse in women being able to be mothers in the first place.
Yvette Cooper’s planned feminist brainwashing of schoolboys will make them not boys at all, just wary of any interaction with women.
Do not vote for these people. As a previous Labour voter I find no humanity left in the party for working men. Economic, educational and social policies have and would be rolled out that will only make men’s lives (and women who choose to love them) nearly unbearable, and in a likely to find themselves less wealthy western country.
Vote for the (feminise) Labour party from now on and welcome in the gender feminist nirvana of a social holocaust.
This is the definition of equality their ideology and actions appears to work to – gender feminist lesbian ideologues first, “political lesbians” second, working women third, single mothers fourth, married housewives fifth, children sixth, sperm donations seventh, feminist men eighth, gay men ninth, straight men last, least or not at all equal.
The opposite is the definition of equality that actually matches their actions and aims – compassion, fairness, justice, respect and equal opportunity for all, men and women, in return for equal responsibility for all. Which do you want to support?
One clarification, I say gender feminist lesbian ideologues above because, personally I know some very nice people who happen to be lesbians, and they are the opposite of these people.