BBC propaganda on Nottinghamshire police treating misogyny as a hate crime

Our thanks to John for this, an article by Jean Mackenzie of the BBC following The Victoria Derbyshire Show episode two days ago in which I appeared. A video on our YouTube channel is here (12:33). The 3:23 video clip link in Ms Mackenzie’s piece includes nothing of the discussion in which I took part, and the link to Ms Derbyshire’s programme is to the programme website, not to the episode in question.

In the course of the 36 hours since we published a link to the video, it’s received 1,000+ hits, 103 comments supportive of our position (none critical of it), 91 upvotes and 7 downvotes. The BBC article doesn’t mention my appearance on the programme, while quoting the two female guests at length. The sort of feminist-inspired anti-male censorship we’ve long come to expect from the BBC, then.

In the run-up to the 2015 general election the BBC filmed me along with some other J4MB supporters campaigning outside the grounds of Nottingham University. An aggressive young man hurled some very heavily soiled cat litter over the windscreen and bonnet of our vehicle, a matter which much amused Tyger Drew Honey, the presenter of the programme. To the BBC, anti-male sexism is generally a laughing matter. The programme was broadcast on BBC3 in November of the same year, a little of the programme including the cat litter incident is here (video, 5:17).

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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3 Responses to BBC propaganda on Nottinghamshire police treating misogyny as a hate crime

  1. cheannaich says:

    I followed the above link to the article and was somewhat less than impressed yet again by anything tainted with the BBC. I noted Martha Jephcott listed and googled her. Her twitter and linkedin pages were quite informative. She has never worked in anything other than taxpayer funded gender guff. She seems to be able to outdo criado perez for smugness. I was in uniform before this female was in liquid form and her views on life are strangely blinkered by her monotonous misogny victim standpoint. Not only that, it is surprising the hundreds of others all supporting and cheering her ‘achievements’, including the likes of Polly Neate (another tax funded individual)

    The entire edifice seems to be taxpayer funded across universities, police, government departments, women’s centres, the media etc. For any young lad, may I suggest you gain a skill and head off east to Asia, oir the Middle East. Even I am looking at moving off to places east and hopefully, if enough males realise their misfortune, the entire feminist structure left behind will collapse from the smaller tax base.

  2. Pingback: BBC & Notts Police Chief publicise non-existent “hate crimes” against women whilst ignoring fatal domestic violence against men | hequal

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