My younger brother once actually told
me to stop making public criticisms of Feminism! That is sheer totalitarianism
-- Feminazism!! He obviously has no concept
of Democracy or Freedom of Expression. He seemed to be worried that
institutions such as universities and the public service might discriminate
against other members of our family if I expressed anti-Feminist views.
If people do not feel free to criticise Feminism, Feminist policies
will increasingly be taught and researched into at the universities
and turned into government laws and policies. If people in universities
and the public service are not even allowed to criticise Feminism, as
my brother's attitude implies, then these institutions will increase
their oppression of men. Moreover, there is not even an accepted definition
of Feminism, as you can see from my book, Sex,
Lies and Feminism, so there is no way of predicting what new,
so-called "Feminist" policies will be implemented in the future.
So, on the one
hand, some people think that you are not allowed to criticise Feminism
in New Zealand. On the other hand, some people do not even realise that
Feminism is New Zealand's state ideology! As I pointed out on
my webpage, "Kiwi men should vote for New
Zealand First in the 2017 General Election", when I said in
a Select Committee, some years back, that Feminism is the State Ideology
of New Zealand, Gerry Brownlee said, “Bullshit!” In other
words, Feminism is the State Ideology of New Zealand, but many politicians
(not just Gerry Brownlee, of course) are too stupid to realize it!
Despite this, on 22 November 2018 the Minister of State Services answered
a question from me about the need for a Ministry for Men by
saying (amongst other things):
"I understand that you have engaged regularly with a number
of government agencies on this matter. I have received no advice from
any of those agencies that there are issues for men that would be
better addressed by a dedicated Ministry for Men."
However, if my brother is correct, there is no chance of any government
agencies advocating the creation of a Ministry for Men! The fact that
there is a Ministry for Women constitutes a predetermination that women
need a ministry of their own, because they are predetermined to be disadvantaged,
relative to men. There has never been any government investigation in
New Zealand of what MEN need, or whether their needs are in fact greater
than women's needs!
That shows that Feminism is the state ideology of New Zealand.
When I was enrolled in a course on Moral and Political Philosophy
at Victoria University of Wellington, I remember one particular class
discussion. The lecturer, Simon Keller, put a definition of Feminism
onto a screen or whiteboard at the front of the class. The definition
stated something about Feminism being about
equality. I disagreed with that definition and asked if we could
define Feminism, instead, as "the application of the 'Victim of
Oppression' model to women." Keller asked if I thought that the
'Victim of Oppression' model did not properly apply to women, and I
agreed that I meant that it did not apply to them. Keller thought for
a moment and then declined to accept my definition, without
giving reasons. If that university believed in intellectual freedom,
he should have given reasons, which we could then have discussed. Keller
obviously had no idea what Men's Issues are and couldn't care less about
them. He used his position of power in the university to prevent students
from having a free and fair discussion of Feminism. I was in the position
of having to suck up to him, because that low-life was the one who handed
out the marks on the course!
In fact, Victoria University of Wellington has "mainstreamed"
Feminism. I have met the female administrator who claimed to have implemented
this mainstreaming, which included abolishing the Women's Studies programme.
I pointed out to her that there was no agreed definition of Feminism.
She agreed, despite the fact that she had mainstreamed "Feminism"
at that university! In other words, she did not
even know what it was that she had mainstreamed! That is typical
of the Fascism and dumbing-down of the universities that the huge influx
of female students and staff has brought about.
The media are just as Fascist as the education
system. That is why I call these two institutions the Media-University
Complex. For example, the
programme Q+A bills itself as follows:
"With interviews and in-depth analysis from a panel of
experts, Q+A sets out to answer the questions that matter most to
all New Zealanders."
However, on some Feminist anniversary or other, not too long ago,
screened a documentary about Feminism. The only people interviewed
were Feminists! No critical questions were asked. It was purely a celebration
of the New Zealand State Ideology.