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As the International Day for Tolerance looms close, it seems the purge of UK politicians not fully signed up to the current LGBT orthodoxy continues.
Conscientious commitment to traditional beliefs about marriage should not be suppressed in a free and tolerant society.

Roger Godsiff, an MP for 27 years, was deselected by the national party last week after a concerted campaign by LGBT activists. He had previously been reprimanded by the party for supporting his constituents in their protest against LGBT teaching at primary school (ages 5 through to 11).
It is increasingly clear that in our once free and tolerant society, there are influential people who believe only one opinion should be allowed. Free speech is increasingly a casualty of so-called ‘progressive’ politics.

It seems that the Swedish university is keeping to the letter of the law in opening up job positions to both men and women. However, only women will be accepted because only female professors will have any funding.

The UK Statistics Authority has supported a complaint over the misleading use of the phrase “overwhelming majority” to refer to the proportion of female victims of domestic abuse.
“The phrase ‘overwhelming majority’ is a subjective statement. However, it may imply that a larger proportion of victims are female than the statistics show.”

Although the socialist party in Spain is still holding the majority, Vox has moved up into a strong third place in recent elections.
Voters are showing that anti-feminism is popular.

Contrary to popular opinion, often heard as an excuse not to provide men with better support services, is that men don’t like to talk about their problems. Not so, says a new global report commissioned by Movember.

Over three quarters of men (77%) think that talking is an effective way to deal with problems, and 76% believe that talking openly can have a positive impact on mental health.

Concerns are raised about the nature of the “consent” people provide when giving over an extraordinary range of information about themselves, to be used for commercial gain by private companies.

British authorities have been snatching children from their parents and having them adopted. A baby can be removed at birth under UK law and put into foster care or up for adoption, without parental consent, if the parents are deemed to be potentially dangerous to their child in the future.

There are times I really miss the late ‘Angry Harry’. A gentle-speaking man full of determination and conviction yet always willing to discuss. I miss our talks. Anyway, here is one of his many timeless articles, for which I’m sure he’d be happy for me to be re-publishing.
Most of what you need to know about feminism is here — where you will learn the truth about the feminist agenda.

It’s a subject many men don’t feel they have a say in. It’s a subject that many people openly say that men don’t belong in.
Yet it remains a strong manifesto item of the only political party in the English-speaking world to specifically stand up for men and boys.
Unless a man has a say, we can’t be surprised that he doesn’t want much to do with the whole risky family idea.

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Inaction will leave the field open for a reversal of the global move to care about the mental health of children and alienated parents.

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Why the lists exist Companies are using the beliefs of individuals to encourage, make, or enforce, social changes. The best companies have always had a charitable side to them and this has often worked to society’s benefit. What has been happening lately is not very charitable, however. Companies, particularly the global ones, are setting agendas Read more…

Lord Farmer, on the evening of the 21st October 2019, stood in the House of Lords and gave a profound speech, during a debate on the recent Queen’s Speech. His words need to be echoed around the country. Free speech and “safe spaces” Currently, university campuses throughout the United Kingdom are being taken over by Read more…

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