The men's rights activists are useless because they campaign for paternity leave if they see women getting maternity leave, but they have no interest in promoting or protecting the institution of marriage or promoting the efficiency and competitive of British labour or British business. They are stupid enough to think they can beat women in the competition for victimhood and think whingeing to each other amounts to political activism. They also feminised and effeminate beta males.
As for the BNP, they are so pathetic they changed their logo into a heart-shaped union jack to attract female members. This means they are not prepared to offend female BNP members, and we already know that these days most British mothers are SSMs, most British women are sluts and most British men are MCSFs. (morally-compromised slut-fuckers).
We also know that BNP members are mostly beta males. This means they are already known for being low achievers in status, income and education, and, for this reason, no one will is going to listen to anything they say.
Nick Griffin their leader knows that to attract and keep alphas in the party would only threaten his position and it is enough to keep milking the betas for money from time to time to keep treading water. This strategy is therefore not going to make him do anything to alienate his mostly illegitimate male members who are probably also parents of illegitimate children, because those two are linked.
What else is there to fight feminism? There is only Islam and me, the only woman in Britain prepared to say publicly that she would use Islam to overthrow the demented and dysgenic matriarchy.
I know you don't want to hear this, but I am right, aren't I?
I do know how much the British hate Muslims and Islam, so I have created Secular Koranism just for them.
Now what I need is for respected and educated British intellectuals to read the Koran and tell me what they find so objectionable about it.
I certainly think all MPs should participate in this exercise, but I get the feeling that they are too lazy, illiterate and chauvinistic to do so.
If I had the money I would send them all a copy of the N J Dawood Penguin edition of the Koran and invite them to tell me what they find so objectionable about it.
If they can find nothing much after having read it, then we can go ahead and establish Secular Koranism, which at least does not require a belief in God, only that God's laws as stated in the Koran would be incorporated into the UK legal system.