After hearing poems that talked about castrating men, read by women with scissors tied around their necks, Hoffman asked ?How is this any different than hating African-Americans or Jews?? The answer is simple: It is no different in principle. But, of course, the FAL is not based upon principle. The organization is based upon blind hatred.
But the women weren?t the only lunatics in the audience. Rob Wolff, of the Men Against Patriarchy, said the following: ?I hope men are confronted. That's what it's going to take. Events like this are the beginning of a women's revolution.?
But many observers ask whether a fraternity advocating female genital mutilation at a campus event (and throwing women out of the event) would be as cute and entertaining as the stunts FAL pulled recently on the UNH campus.
But there?s no need to contemplate hypothetical cases at UNH. Just look at what happened to sophomore Timothy Garneau last semester. The university kicked him out of his dorm after he posted fliers mocking freshmen women who gained weight.
Although he had to sleep in a friend?s car while temporarily homeless, things could have been worse for Timothy. He would have been castrated if the FAL ran the university. In a few years, maybe they will.
Mike S. Adams will speak at Monmouth College in Illinois on Wednesday, April 13th. The school will provide an athletic supporter and cup to protect him from campus feminists.
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