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Ugandans are ‘fighting back’ after American government spends billions promoting genital mutilation of males

With a nod to the great work done by Bloodstained Men, here is a picture showing pushback by Ugandans after the American government spent billions promoting genital mutilation propaganda in African nations. Brother K. states, “AMERICAN HEGEMONY … The United States won’t educate or feed the impoverished nations of Africa, but we spent billions of …

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Appeal to fund Mike Buchanan’s attendance at the Conference on Men’s Issues, New Delhi, 21-23 February, 2020

It is widely agreed across the Men’s Rights Movement that the movement in India is the most advanced in the world. It follows that Men’s Rights Activists based outside India have things to learn from the Indian movement. Anil Kumar is the leader of the Save Indian Family Foundation and is well known to MRAs …

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The left’s Great Lie is a pervasive threat to our culture

“The very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world,” wrote George Orwell in a 1943 essay, Looking Back on the Spanish War. “Lies will pass into history.” A truer thing was never said about the current omnipresence of the Lie. Of course, everybody lies. That the vast majority of politicians lie, almost as …

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South Carolina family court Judge Rochelle Conits displays why SC needs judicial reform

This is the story of a combat veteran, a father falsely accused of sexual assault, a convicted felon and a family court judge. Suppose for a second we have a court case that is well documented and well outlined. Suppose we have a court case involving a family court judge where the litigant involved appealed …

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