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The Unsuitability of Christine Lagarde for the position of IMF Managing Director

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© Peter Zohrab 2011

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(Open Letter to the IMF)

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

As the leader of the Black Ribbon Campaign: Combatting Feminist Lies, I protest at the shortlisting of Christine Lagarde for the position of IMF Managing Director.

I saw her on a women's panel hosted by Christiane Amanpour on ABC News recently, where she said that women differed from men, in that they brought less libido to their work. Not only is that untrue, but it is an arguably sexist comment, and indicates that Christine Lagarde, in her role as IMF Managing Director, would discriminate against male employees, in that she would harbour the prejudice that men bring more libido to the workplace than women do.

In the sexist, anti-male atmosphere that prevails in countries such as France, the USA, New Zealand, etc., men are criticised for making sexist remarks about women, but women are regarded as "liberated" and "progressive" if they make sexist commments about men.

Allegations have apparently been made about the actions of IMF men towards IMF women, but where is there any Men's Rights organisation in the IMF which has been collecting information about the actions of IMF women towards IMF men? Unless some Men's Rights organisation has been collecting such information, and publicising it, it will remain unknown -- as if it had never occurred!

In an organisation in which I once worked, one of my female bosses, Maggie Friend, commented that she never concentrated on always presenting the better side of her face to her male bosses, in order to gain promotion. Since another of my female bosses, Robyn Skrzynska, (whom I had once criticised for being illogical) had just been promoted, I assumed that that was a reference to her. Surely presenting your better side to a boss of the opposite sex is bringing libido to your work!?

One of my female colleagues repeatedly exposed her legs and upper and lower underwear to me in a sexual way at work, and two other women similarly exposed low cleavages at work, by leaning forward towards me. And remember how Monica Lewinski walked into President Clinton's office and pulled her skirt up to her head! Surely exposing your body and underwear to a colleague of the opposite sex is bringing libido to your work!?

One thing you can be certain of is that, if Christine Lagarde becomes IMF Managing Director, there will be an overhaul of sexual harassment regulations. I was working in a female-dominated organisation which brought in some new sexual harassment regulations, which specifically mentioned looking down the fronts of women's dresses as a form of sexual harassment. There was no mention of women having to wear modest clothing so that this would never become an issue; women could do whatever they wanted, and it was the men who had to control their behaviour!

On the very first day that these new regulations were posted on notice-boards, two Feminist (and unattractive) women -- Win Gilbert and Marion Findlay -- bent down low in front of me, revealing their bras and breasts, and forcing me to either look away or "sexually harass" them! That is the kind of female bullying that sexual harassment regulations can facilitate.

I have had so many sexual (and other) assaults by female dentists and one female restauranteur that the Police have advised me to avoid female dentists! Surely sexually assaulting a client is bringing libido to your work!? Three of these females pressed their breasts against my head and one patted my pectorals.

As you will see from the links at the page isun.html the United Nations and its specialised agencies are full of Feminist lies and anti-male sexism -- particularly in the areas of domestic violence and health. In the interests of brevity, I will merely suggest that you compare Professor Fiebert's Annotated Domestic Violence Bibliography at http://www.csulb.edu/~mfiebert/assault.htm with the Feminist propaganda which I am sure you will find all around you in your information environment, and I suggest that you read my open letter to the WHO at margchan.html where I criticise Margaret Chan for sexistly ignoring male health and concentrating on female health.

Yours sincerely,

Peter D. Zohrab

 

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