Angry Harry calls on the troops to participate every month in Stop Violence Against Men Day. Tweet! Tweet! #endfeminism
Stop Violence Against Men Day – which occurs on the first day of every month – is a day in which people are reminded that violence against men is just as wrong as is violence against anyone else. After all, men are human beings too!
Later tonight on AVFM News and Activism, Robert O’Hara and James Huff will welcome Kevin Driscoll, a man who in 2009 became a cause célèbre for the men’s human rights movement after being falsely accused of a sexual assault and subsequently persecuted the state legal apparatus. In honor of Mr. Driscoll we reprint an Angry Harry piece from before his trial.
Rape is a heinous and serious crime, whether it’s perpetrated on a man or a woman, or by a man or a woman. Yet evidence is that most legitimate rapes are never reported, while non-legitimate rape claims, i.e. fabrications, are rampant. Angry Harry looks at the evidence that this is so, and proposes a single reason for both.
Every day millions of people in the UK, both online and in hard print, depend on tabloids to bring news of the day, events and a mirror of modern culture into their homes. Angry Harry thinks we need to take a hard look between the lines at their effects of the lives of everyday people.
In looking at those who propose to reduce the male population to only 1-10% of the total population, Angry Harry, tongue in cheek, thinks maybe that’s a good idea! And who, really, could object to such a state of affairs? Maybe we should join forces on this…
For at least half a century, the overwhelming evidence that intelligence is determined very significantly by genes has been hidden from the public – by the usual culprits. The politically-correct view was that the environment was the most significant factor in the development of intelligence and that genes were almost irrelevant.