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NCFM asks the United Nations to end all forms of discrimination against men

January 17, 2012

discriminationThrough the generous volunteer work of our Democratic Republic of Georgia Liaison Carl Augustsson, and after review and unanimous approval of our national board of directors, over 170 letters were sent under NCFM letterhead to all United Nations Delegations requesting sponsors for the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Men” (below), which Carl also authored.

Thus far no country has agreed to sponsor out convention, though the Swedes were kind enough to tell us they declined; which, was certainly expected considering Sweden is thought to be the most feminized country on the planet.

The NCFM convention is modeled after United Nations Convention for the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women. The United States is the only civilized country holding out on signing the convention for women. For those of you who follow the current administration’s catering to the power feminist elite, the failure of the United States to sign the convention for women is remarkable.

Mr. Augustsson is fluent in several languages and he wrote the cover letters in the the appropriate language as able. Click here for a sample cover letter . The convention NCFM submitted follows:

Convention on the Elimination
of All Forms of Discrimination
against Men

 Reaffirming the goals set out in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women,

Re-noting that the Charter of the United Nations reaffirms faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women,

Re-noting that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms the principle of the inadmissibility of discrimination and proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights and that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth therein, without distinction of any kind, including distinction based on sex,

Noting that both men and women have faced sex discrimination throughout history, only in different ways,

Further noting that like women, men have also been the victims of harmful stereotypes,

Realizing that there will never be equality between men and women unless equality for men is also established,

Emphasizing that discrimination against men persists,

Further emphasizing that discrimination against men is just as wrong as discrimination against women,

Understanding that societies need both men and women and that men and women need each other,

Further understanding that most men are honest, decent citizens and are not criminals, rapists, pedophiles, or violent in general,

Underscoring that consenting sexuality between adults is a normal and healthy part of human existence that is to be celebrated and that attacking it is counter-productive to bringing about equality between men and women,

Determined to bring about equality for men as well as women and, in doing so, create a better world for everyone,

Have agreed on the following:



                                                                 Part I


Article 1

  1. States Parties which recognize the 8th of March as International Women’s Day are requested to recognize the 19th of November as International Men’s Day.
  2. States Parties which recognize an official Mothers’ Day are requested to either recognize a Fathers’ Day or to convert Mothers’ Day into Parents’ Day.
  3. The existence of a Veterans’ Day, though laudable, shall not be considered as an equivalent to a Men’s Day.


Article 2

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men with regards to military service obligations and ensuring that all military service obligations apply equally to women as well as men, in particular:

(a)  Either repealing or rewriting to equally include women all military service laws which apply exclusively to men or even mainly to men, including laws whose implementation have been officially suspended;

(b)  Either repealing or rewriting to equally including women all constitutional references to conscription which apply exclusively to men or even mostly to men, including such references which are not currently being enforced by law;

(c)  Either repealing or expanding to equally include women any registration obligations regarding a potential future draft should such registration requirements apply exclusively or even mainly to men;

(d)  Officially pardoning all men who failed to perform military service obligations, including registration failures, if such obligations applied at the time exclusively or even mainly to men;

(e)  Passing legislation making it illegal to discriminate against men who failed to perform military service obligations (including registration obligations) which applied exclusively or even mainly to men in all areas, including but not limited to employment (both public and private sector), holding elected office, receiving grants and other scholarships, and receiving any other form of public assistance and/or benefits.


Article 3 

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the lives of men are considered equally as valuable as the lives of women.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that men have just as much right to be evacuated from war zones as women have (an exception can be made in cases of pregnant women and nursing mothers).
  3. While reserving priority space on lifeboats for children over adults would still be permissible, men must be given equal priority as women with regards to being evacuated from ships (an exception can be made in cases of pregnant women and nursing mothers).
  4. Men shall be evacuated from all other dangerous situations with equal priority as women (an exception can be made in cases of pregnant women and nursing mothers).


Article 4

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that men’s health is given equal priority to women’s health, including in such areas as state funding for medical research.  An exception can be made in instances in which a State Party wishes to spend more research money on behalf of the sex with a lower life expectancy.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that all social welfare services treat men equally with women and are just as available to men as they are to women.


Article 5

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that blood feuds, especially those which apply to all male members of the family or any other group rather than merely towards the alleged culprit of the perceived injustice, be fully eradicated by fully prosecuting all of those responsible for perpetrating blood feuds.


Article 6 

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the genital integrity of minor boys is respected equally to that of minor girls and that no form of genital cutting should occur on anyone, male or female, under the age of 18, or on any adult without the complete and total consent of that adult absent pressure from others.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that any painful rite of passage ceremonies, especially those involving the cutting of the body, be eliminated.


                                                                Part II


Article 7

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that men and women are charged the same rates of taxation, as there is no justification whatsoever for charging one sex more taxes than the other.


Article 8

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that all age requirements, in both the public and private spheres, apply equally to men as well as women, including but not limited to retirement ages, minimum ages for withdrawing from pension funds, minimum ages for collecting state benefits for the elderly, minimum ages for marriage, and minimum ages for entrance into business establishments.

Article 9

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that immigration policies apply equally to women as well as to men.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that all visa policies apply equally to women as well as to men in all respects, including visa application forms.
  3. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that fathers have the same rights of conferring citizenship on their children as mothers have.


                                                                Part III


Article 10

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that society never loses sight of due process and that the rights of the accused, no matter how horrendous the accusations, are respected in all manners, including for such crimes as rape, pedophilia, and domestic violence.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that perpetrators of false accusations of all crimes, including rape, pedophilia, and domestic violence, are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.


Article 11

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that male victims of domestic violence are acknowledged by the state in that:

(a)    All the same resources available to female victims of domestic violence be equally available to male victims;

(b)   The perpetrators of domestic violence against men, be they male or female, be prosecuted just as vigorously as the perpetrators of domestic violence against women are prosecuted.

Article 12 

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the law is enforced equally towards both female perpetrators as well as towards male perpetrators and that male perpetrators are not treated any more harshly than female perpetrators.
  2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that incarcerated men receive the same privileges granted to incarcerated women, included visitation rights with regards to the prisoners’ children.


  Article 13

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that policies, in both the public and private spheres (including but not limited to seating polices on airplanes), are neither written nor enforced in a manner that views all men as potential batters, pedophiles, or rapists.


Article 14

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that pedophilia laws designed to protect minors are not used to prosecute them, in particular:

(a)    For taking and sending lewd pictures of themselves;

(b)   For  engaging in sexual acts with each other provided that both minors are close enough in age to each other.


Article 15

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that sex offender registries only include the names of perpetrators, both male and female, who are genuine threats to the community for such crimes as rape and pedophilia, and exclude the names of those convicted of crimes that are not a genuine threat to the safety of the community.


Article 16 

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men regarding safety policies, including in particular but not limited to:

(a)    Taxis shall not offer any discounts to women;

(b)   Subways and trains shall not have women only sections;

(c)    Institutions shall not be permitted to offer transportation to women only;

(d)   Women shall not have the right to carry any weapons or any other forms of protection if men are not also permitted to carry such weapons.

(e)    Parking spaces shall not be reserved for women only (an exception can be made in cases of pregnant women).


                                                                Part IV


Article 17

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate all stereotypes and one-sided expectations regarding courtship and dating.


Article 18

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that sexual harassment policies do not create an even more hostile environment, and that openness with sexuality is goal that society should have and that that should not be seen as an example of sexual harassment.
  2. The label of sexual harassment is to be reserved exclusively for truly egregious behavior in which the perpetrator intended to create an uncomfortable atmosphere and was fully aware that his or her actions were doing so.
  3. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men, both in the public and private sphere, regarding mandatory sexual harassment training seminars which are only required of men, as such a requirement constitutes discrimination against men.
  4. Establishments, both public and private, which wish to eliminate their sexual harassment polices altogether shall not be discouraged from doing so.


Article 19

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that sex workers are treated with the full dignity and respect which they deserve, including

(a)    A complete legalization and regulation of the sex trade amongst adults;

(b)   Recognizing that consenting adults are entitled to engage in acts of sexuality with each other, even if consent was only granted for the want of money;

(c)    Ensuring that the sex trade does not lead to human trafficking.


Article 20

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure the sanctity of marriage and that no policies be adopted to either discourage marriage or encourage divorce.
  2. The existence of alimony payments is to be discouraged and kept to an absolute minimum.


Article 21

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to recognize the important role that fathers play in the upbringing of children, and that no policies are adopted which discourage fatherhood.


Article 22

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against divorced men and non-custodial fathers, in particular:

(a)    Claims made by fathers to child custody must be fully respected;

(b)   Visitations granted to non-custodial fathers must be fully respected and mothers who disregard them must be held accountable and should perhaps have their custody revoked;

(c)    Child support payments are to be for the exclusive benefit of the children in question and not the custodial parent

(d)   Child support payments must never be set at unreasonable levels and adjustments must be made for fathers who lose their jobs or who have taken a pay cut;

(e)    Single fathers, including minors, should not be required to complete any parenting courses prior to gaining custody if the mother has no such requirement.

(f)    A man who have been found not to be the father of a child shall be allowed to terminate all custodial obligations, including financial ones, if he so chooses.


                                                                Part V


Article 23

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men with regards to education, in particular, the awarding of scholarships or other grants for study.


Article 24

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that any affirmative action programs, both in the public and private spheres and in both education and employment, be ended as soon as they are no longer needed.
  2. States Parties which have minimum quotas for women in any given field, both public and private, must have the same minimum quotas in place for men.
  3. States Parties which do not wish to bring about equality through affirmative action shall not be required to do so.


     Article 25

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that men are freely permitted to hold jobs that have traditionally been viewed as female, and that such men are fully accepted by society.


Article 26

  1. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate any harmful stereotypes against men who are stay-at-home-fathers and househusbands.
  2. States Parties shall recognize that within the family, it is the children who are of paramount importance and that it is better for children to have one parent, either the father or mother, at home rather than being in a daycare center.
  3. State Parties shall encourage employers to offer fathers more flexibility with regards to working hours and leave of absences from work
  4. State Parties shall encourage employers to be equally accepting of fathers who leave the workforce for a number of years as they are of such mothers.


Article 27 

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men by prohibiting business establishments from refusing to serve men, such establishments include but are not limited to hotels, restaurants, gymnasiums, and taxis.


Article 28

States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against men with regards to the prices charged by business establishments in that men must always, including even in cases of special promotions, be charged the same prices as women in all sectors of the economy, including but not limited to, insurance, food and drink, admission fees, and airplane tickets.


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16 Responses to NCFM asks the United Nations to end all forms of discrimination against men

  1. 4Dignity&Justice on October 13, 2013 at 11:44 PM

    The amount of support that you can gain can be over whelming but it will take millions actually tens of millions it can be done I believe this. In Florida alone the movement could be tremondous. The majority of men have no idea a Mens Rights Movement exist . Every time I talk to men in Northern Florida they talk about child support, men commiting suicide they are so broke many of these men can not afford to have sex with the women in the local area it s a issue of simply finances and nothing more.

    As a Mens Rights Activist I respect women and want them to have fair treatment I feel Mens Rights Activist should not be at war with women but simply devote themselves to promoting social justice for men its not a social issue in this day and age its truly an issue of fighting against terrorism.

    I feel the Mens Rights Movement is a Counter Terrorism movement saying no more to injustice towards men and yes to human rights for men..

    Questions to Mens Rights ?

    How many men that live in ghettos can actually rent their ?

    Answer : Not even 2% which has made America the GLOBAL LEADER in incarceration its no wonder people tell us to get the hell out. Our grown men in ghettos have to sell drugs and commit crimes to live they need reeducation and reinforcement in other worlds a support system. We are not a third world country but men are the least likely to become renters in low income apartments this actions has created a homeless population of men that is almost 92% male perhaps even higher. The statistics will not be released concerning how many men vs women can have equal access to housing through the Freedom Of Information Act since it may prove Disparate Treatment and Disparate Impact .Hud states that no America should spend more than 35% of their money on rent many men paying child support are paying up to 89% and higher to live .Many men in major cities like Orlando are resorting to crime to make ends meet the numbers are in the 10,000 of thousands without a doubt.

    How many men in oppressed with old criminal charges can go to school ?

    The answer is unknown since WIA funds are given to mostly women and men with families . The majority of men with felony charges I believe is well over 40 million in America. We know have forced these men to not just become homosexuals and live alienated lives but to live a life of unhappiness with no way to be happy since they can not educate themselves.The Pell Grant which virtually all Americans with low wage use to go to school is denied to African American men with old drug charges. The last community I lived in 100% of all men sold drugs or did prison time . The entire place has
    been filled with a new generation of youth that are being recycled into the system as I speak at this moment. Violence and crime will not change their issues but love ,unity and respect can.

    In my studies of crowd management and dealing with large groups I found that people are drawn to movements that have a building a club and opportunities with just 3 percent of the Funds that feminist organizations get its enough to take all men out the ghettos of Florida and turn them into respectable men with livable wages.

    When Mens Rights Activist utilize the poor peasant people they will get the support they need especially in places like Miami ,Chicago, New York City . I see the potential for a massive Mens Rights Movement in the future like way way in the future . Mathematically it is inevitable that a major movement will occur. Its all about marketing and reaching out to the masses. Clubs are needed pool halls , and decent places to reeducate the masses unnoticed can be a great tool to change the future for men.

    The ability to create” history ” lies in proof and fact and major support not bills and papers not to say he should give up on this bill it worth fighting for to the death.

    The support that the Mens Rights Movement can gain is over whelming its all about what you can do to make others life better and from the looks of things Mens Rights Activist havent reached the masses the amount of men complaining about child support their inability to date or rent the issues men face today I feel can not be taken care of unless large amounts of money are in the picture . Not no 40 or 50 million its going to take alot of money to reach the masses .

    I feel fighting against terrorism will not be easy but it can be done.

    Dont give up support rights for men. We have the right to live here also.

    Written by someone that isnt paid to stand for dignity.


  2. Anonymous on October 2, 2013 at 11:29 PM

    In my opinion, this article has some glaring flaws.

    First off, it’s because men can’t get pregnant that exceptions for pregnancy, while well meaning, are completely out of place in a piece of text with the aim of ending discrimination against men. Turning biological differences into a matter of legal double standards in regards to who gets to live and die is abhorrent Such tripe shouldn’t even warrant mention. It leaves open the opportunity for abuse in the form of incentivizing women to lie. There wouldn’t be pregnancy tests carried out in the middle of a battlefield. If a building’s collapsing, all a woman will have to do is cry pregnancy to be prioritized over men. To see a document intended to bring about equality enshrine within its language an official be all end all pussy pass when it would count the most makes such exceptions appear to be nothing more than the gravest betrayal of the convention’s noble intent.

    Article 14 is just as ill conceived. So it’s the naive young boys who can’t support wives or children who should be allowed first dibs at the mating game? Something seems a bit nonsensical about that notion. If the law recognizes the right of kids to consent to sex with one another, it establishes the validity of child consent in general and thus destroys any logical basis for age of consent laws in the first place. However, there’s a good chance that as long as such laws are not repealed then men who lay with children would still be the (only) ones still prosecuted for participating in the act while the establishment of child consent would make a convenient get out of jail free card for women. It also leaves open the opportunity to prosecute boys the second they come of age if they’re currently engaged in a sexual act with a minor, even if the relationship started when he himself was a minor. Rather than carving out exceptions to a law that’s clearly misguided by 8 years, the age of consent should either be lowered or abolished if children, regardless of age, are legally allowed to have sex with one another.

    As for the lewd pictures clause, this document lets child pornographers (if they’re the children themselves) off the hook while those who view the images they send would still be liable for penalties possibly greater than they would be faced with had they gone out and raped a child. However, if children viewing and distributing child pornography is acceptable by the standards of this document, doesn’t it require mental gymnastics to apply a separate and completely opposite standard to adults? Such stipulations trade discrimination against boys and men for discrimination against men alone. However, because those boys will one day be men, I honestly doesn’t see any real difference. It even leaves open the same possibility of prosecution upon coming of age for doing as a man tomorrow what a boy did as a child yesterday. If anything, trying to bend absolutist lines in the sand to fit pretzel logic defeats the entire point of doing so.

    As for Article 14, it should simply recognize the rights of both boys and girls to bodily autonomy, including the right to spread their photos and legs for viewers and suitors interchangeably, for better or worse, and the problem of child prosecution would be solved. Granted, new problems might spring up. However, there is nothing to be gained by trying to make an obviously ageist law tailored to sexually repressing lustful children protective of minors without also addressing the reality that it’s the sexually repressive nature of the law itself, as well as the doublethink mentality that states children are simultaneously capable and incapable of consent, that put children in danger of prosecution in the first place. Maybe it’s time for society to accept that some children lust after people, some people lust after children and that the issue should, like all private relationships, be dealt with not by the law but by the individuals, their families and possibly their communities without government intervention except in the case of “real” crimes like rape, slavery, coerced exploitation or even the possible lynching, beating or murder of “pedophile scum” by moral crusading extremist vigilantes who think the best way to protect a child is to kick down his bedroom door and gun down whoever might be in the same bed with him including any unfortunate parents who quite possibly might be doing nothing more than comforting a child after he wakes up from a nightmare. I’m sure that even without witches, niggers and pedophiles to loathe, we’ll still be able to find plenty of people with differences ripe for unwarranted demonization and merciless scorn. If I may make a suggestion, how about the “feminist elite”. Sure aren’t so much stereotypical boogeyman as they are a very real threat to male prosperity, but does that really make a difference?

    Article 15 is just downright shameful in its advocacy for the perpetuation of a legally influential second class citizen’s registry. Much like false rape allegations, the goal isn’t just to disincentivize criminal behavior but also to create the same sort of lifelong social, financial and even physical death via vigilante or suicide. It continues punishing criminals who have already done the time for their crime and constitutes a form of cruel and unusual punishment. We don’t have murder registries, thief registries or Jew registries, so I find it odd that we make an exception for “sex offender” (read as: “bad men”) registries. Doesn’t trying to turn ex-cons into suicidal social pariahs, no matter how much it sates the barbaric bloodlust of anti-rape crusaders, also constitute a form of discrimination? As they are still citizens, they should have an equal right to not be declared subhuman once released by a criminal justice system that has already deemed them free men once again. Sex offender registries, if nothing else, serve only the goal of illegitimizing the actual criminal justice system by implicitly declaring prison insufficient for a select group of people. Taken to its logical conclusion, such thinking leads to capital punishment that will, of course, be reserved almost exclusively for men.

    Ironically, despite Article 18 stating that openness with sexuality is a goal that society should have, Article 19 only ascribes the ability to consent to legal adults whose age equals an arbitrary number that may or may not be tied to their actual knowledge of carnal relations. For the state to decide when you know about sex via a magic number seems terribly mistaken. While the principle may be admirable, such a draconian restriction isn’t even worth the potential harm it seeks to avert. It’s only led to the prosecution of minors. Denying the sexuality of post-pubescent humans regardless in the name of the state’s magic number leads to nothing but a clash between the idealization of infants and the reality of humanity’s natural mating instinct. The latter doesn’t really care when the state wants it to kick in. And yet when it comes to prostitution, the commoditization of the human body and reduction of its value to a measure of currency, that’s the only thing worth decriminalizing? I agree, but it still seems like nothing more than a highly selective application of “openness with sexuality” that excludes other areas where society represses sexuality.

    Articles 20 and 22 still allow for financial slavery in the form of alimony and child support, despite both being draconian institutions that are as archaic as they are discriminatory. They also lead men down the path to a debtor’s prison sentence. This is inexcusable. The alimony segment doesn’t even mandate that it be exclusively for the benefit of the former spouse, rather than any new boyfriends, husbands or lovers she might partake in. In terms of the absolute minimum, that might still be an unreasonable level of alimony without restrictions mandating that, like with child support, it be adjusted or cancelled altogether if men were inflicted with reduced income and lost their ability to pay. Still, tailoring financial rape to be less abusive doesn’t solve the underlying problem that judicial discretion could still be used to return those beasts to the scourges they evolved from. It makes much more sense to simply outlaw such financial shackles unjustly placed upon enslaved men at women’s behest.

    Honestly, I’m with Sweden. At best this is a “Convention on the Elimination of only Some Forms of Discrimination against Men”. Because of the flaws, concessions and at times the outright suspension of logic for the sake of chivalrous principle this declaration is far from good let alone perfect. If it was modified to be logically sound enough such that criticisms could be contained within a single paragraph then maybe it would be worth praising. Unfortunately, the stain of infantilizing white knighthood for the sake of women and children detracts from its overall value. Despite that, at the very least, it was still an informative and mostly agreeable read.

    • NCFM on October 4, 2013 at 10:15 AM

      We’ve been soliciting comments and appreciate the ones above. However, it would be helpful if you would include terminology to replace that which you feel is deficient. Then we can consider it more closely and revise as appropriate. Thank you for taking the time to offer a well considered comment. We look forward to your proposed language.

    • Carl Augustsson on October 6, 2013 at 7:00 AM

      First of all, thank you for taking the time to provide me with feedback. I will respond.

      The part about pregnant women was intended more for the unborn child, and not so much for the mother. Besides, I was worried we would look harsh if we didn’t mention something about that. I realize that a woman could always lie about that, but still. After all, an except is merely permitted; it is certainly not required. Even with this exception there would still be less chivalry in the world than there is now.

      Also, perhaps there should be no sex offender registries, but ones that only list those who are truly threats aren’t a bad thing per se. The point is is that it is possible to end up on one of these registries for merely urinating on the side of the road, or doing something else at the same level. I was working against that. Again, sex offender registries are certainly not required.

      In addition, I think you missed the point of the statutory rape laws clause. There have been cases of underage boys prosecuted for sex with underage girls. I was trying to help those boys!

      I think it’s a shame you focused so much on places where you think I didn’t go far enough or compromised too much, rather than all the positives. Still, I welcome all feedback!

  3. Ferdinand on July 23, 2012 at 12:39 AM

    This shows everyone just how deep it goes. I am stunned at the open-faced discrimination at the highest levels across the world.

  4. Chris on January 23, 2012 at 10:41 AM

    This is great news that an official application has been made to the UN . One point I did not see in the Declaration was that of equal sentencing for equal crimes. This has been clearly shown to be the case across a range of crimes. Men are routinely sentenced to longer terms for identical crimes in the US , UK and Canada. Just as judges were forced to get gender sensitivity training in the 70s to appease women’s advocates, so should we now have gender fair sentencing training for judges. It is even worse in other countries such as Singapore and Malaysia where it is actually written into the penal code that men get mandatory much harsher sentences for a variety of crimes . This is astonishing in countries which are trying their hardest to become “First World”. In Singapore for example graffiti writing or a travel visa violation would get you a year or so in jail if you re a female. If you were a man on the other hand you d get the same jail term PLUS a caning which is the worst part of the sentence. For those who don’t known, “caning” is brutal . The male victim is stripped naked tied to a wooden trestle and has his buttocks torn up to a bloody pulp by heavy lashes from a flexible half inch thick heavy cane. These victims suffer for months with this and have permanent scarring. This punishment occurs several thousand times per year in Singapore even for non-violent crimes . It is mandatory for a whole range of crimes if you re man , if you re women you just get the jail portion. Astonishing
    I hope that the NCFM will not let this go and continue to hassle the UN to bring it the fore.

    I have a question for anyone . If ERA were passed in the future , would that alone not cover all discrimination against men or women and therefore address all the items in this declaration for men’s equality?

  5. VAWAvictim on January 19, 2012 at 10:22 AM

    Here an update:

    We all have to Admit that here in the US and the Western World today we truly live in Misandric Society – Biased Against Men.

    Every Day Men are Falsely Accused as a way for the Woman to Gain Advantage in a Divorce, or as a part of an Immigration Fraud Scheme ( Google: VAWA False Accusations ), or for pure Vengeance…

    I started researching the issue and I found out that there is a ( Google this: ) VAWA Immigration Loop-hole …

    The next surprise I got was that I learned that VAWA is completely Unconstitutional in that it is Gender Biased.

    The next surprise I got was that the reason for this are the Marxist Feminists in OVW (a part of the DOJ) and the Domestic Violence Industry, which receives $1 Billion a year as VAWA grants from the Federal Government.

    The next surprise I got was that I learned that Family Courts and Police practices are also gender biased and that because of the Marxist Feminist in OVW/DOJ due process is not followed, and that the (falsely) accused man is assumed guilty even when there is no evidence against him.

    Then I was told that Men's lives are being and have been destroyed because of the False Accusations Epidemic of Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence and Rape we have in the US (and the rest of the Western World).

    This Song is me, Summarizing the Consequences of 45 years of "Feminist" Domestic Violence Industry Evil Indoctrination that is now Indoctrinated into Politics, the Government, Courts, Police and General Public, Encouraging an Epidemic of False Accusations of Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence and Rape, that:

    – Women are Good, All Men are Violent and Rapists!
    – Women are helpless Victims, Men are Perpetrators!
    – Women need Help and Protection, Men must be Restrained, Prosecuted and Jailed!

    Enjoy !

    I Wanted a Job, But there is No Job for Me
    I Wanted Education, But there is No Grant for Me
    I was by a Woman Abused, But there is No Help for Me
    I was Falsely Accused, But there is No Relief for Me

    There is No Job for Me Because I am a Man
    There is No Grant for Me Because I am a Man
    There is No Help for Me Because I am a Man
    … Because I am a Man

    Forty Five Years of Domestic Violence Industry and Feminism Lies
    That Women are Good and Men are Bad
    That All Men are Violent, That All Men are Rapists
    Resulting in an Epidemic of False Accusations

    An Epidemic of False Accusations by Women Against Men
    Of Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence and Rape
    Is Sweeping Across the Country from East to West
    Destroying Everything Standing in its Way

    These Lies are Destroying Men
    These Lies are Destroying Fathers
    These Lies are Destroying Families
    These Lies are Destroying Our Society


  6. Rad on January 19, 2012 at 6:51 AM

    Everything is great, except the brutal wordart.

    Time to find someone with with more than assy shooping skills.

  7. Ray2447 on January 18, 2012 at 4:23 PM

    In the interest of fairness, justice and equality under law, let us hope this Convention goes forward at the U.N.

    It is interesting that a sponsor has thus far not been found. Are those countries not stepping forward so openly in favor of prejudice, discrimination and injustice against men?

    Perhaps the exploitation and disposability of males is just too profitable for any country to show an interest in supporting men's rights. :-/

  8. Tim on January 18, 2012 at 1:33 PM

    This is what we are talking about! This made my heart race.

    Truly Inspired, it covers everything. Who could argue against this? Tyrants and bigots, that's who.


  9. VAWAvictim on January 18, 2012 at 8:50 AM

    This is Great Stuff !!!

    Thanks so much !

    Please let me know what I can do to help.

    So, How do we defeat 45 years of "Feminist" Domestic Violence Industry Evil Indoctrination that is now Indoctrinated into Politics, the Government, Courts, Police and General Public, Encouraging an Epidemic of False Accusations of Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence and Rape, that:
    – Women are Good, All Men are Violent and Rapists!
    – Women are helpless Victims, Men are Perpetrators!
    – Women need Help and Protection, Men must be Restrained, Prosecuted and Jailed! ?

    G00gle: Martha Laura Granados Immigration

    "There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root" – Thoreau, Henry David


    • Antony on January 18, 2012 at 10:10 AM

      There is a answer dude !! We all go to Washincto DC . And stay there for a month .
      Its time for" Million Men March " !!! Hilary the Menhater Clinton will take a notice . Traste me . Why would any guy go to war for this stupid Country is beyond me ??!! To defend who ? The rights of the Feminatzis . the rights of Lesbians and Menhaters . There is no respect . Im not to proud American right know , to be honest ! Its geting worse . 2 million Men are in jails in USA . 90 % of Homless people are all men so.. Travesty ! Nobody cares . No body !! Where is the UN ? There are a lot of very rich men in USA ,they could do a lot . Where are they ? One Billioner like Donald Trump alone could start a compaine for abused men but ….. thats not in his radar . Our Mothers dont love us guys ! Lets be honest . Im not going to help women anymore . They dont appreciate us . I know.

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