In response to Andrew Cadman: Feminist-dominated Parliamentary democracy is the enemy of social conservatism, Partridge wrote:
Another excellent article from TCW. Feminism’s claim to speak for women in general is worse than mendacious, and its power and influence in politics, law, education and the media is out of all proportion to its actual support. When politicians pander to these ideologues for selfish reasons, then parliamentary democracy is in trouble. And when youngsters in our education system are indoctrinated into this evil ideology, then society itself is in trouble.
Given that direct democracy, as in a referendum, is going to be given to the people rarely and grudgingly, then the vast majority of decent men and women must become more vocal and active and begin to fight back. It will not be easy, it will take time, and things will get much worse before they get better. But the light at the end of the tunnel is that all such ideologies contain the seeds of their own destruction and will eventually perish. If they prevail, it is because good people continue to say and do nothing.