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Aussie misandric Prime Minister Gillard in trouble for anti-male policies

April 14, 2012

Politically correct parlimentarian salute to children, families, fathers and national security.

Aussie PM Gillard in denial as her support amongst Males drops to all time low

By Jake Roberts, Ezin4males, March 27, 2012

Australia’s Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has responded to news of the collapse of her support amongst Australia’s voting public with an air of denial that has even stunned her harshest critics.

With news today that Labor’s support has fallen to 28 per cent, just one percent shy of the figure that has decimated the Queensland Labor party only a few days ago, with a loss of over 40 seats,  fears are now growing that Gillard is simply too detached from reality to meet the herculian challenge that is facing Labor at a federal level.

If the same voting patterns that were seen in Queensland were repeated at a federal level, Labor would be facing electoral oblivion, with some electoral experts claiming that Labor could lose its status as an official party.

The two-party preferred result has also sent ALP powerbrokers’ into a frenzy of anxiety, with Labor down four points to 43 per cent and the Coalition up four points to 57 per cent.

Senior federal Labor MPs are warning Ms Gillard that she needs a strategy to win back the hearts and minds of middle Australians, especially males, otherwise Labor faces being decimated at the next federal election.

Many critics have identified two key policies that have wedged hard-core Labor supporters away from Labor and into the fold of the Coalition.

The deeply unpopular Carbon tax, and in particular the pre-election promise not introducing it, has seriously dented the public‚Äôs ‚Äėtrust‚Äô in Gillard, and her ongoing dismissal of the seriousness of this perceived betrayal has only further entrenched this mistrust.

And a policy that has received little news media coverage but has caused significant grass roots upheaval has been the recent 2011 Family Law amendments, which have effectively dismantled Australia’s popular and broadly successful shared parenting laws, and replaced them with what is largely perceived to be anti-male, anti-fatherhood policies, many seeing this as Gillard cowering to feminist ideologues.

Critics have warned Gillard that she needs to win back the support of male blue-collar workers, who are the traditional Labor mainstays who have abandoned Labor en masse.

‚ÄúMen see Gillard as an androphobe, given that she has introduced laws that vilify and discriminate against men to a degree that has never been experienced in this country before‚ÄĚ, claims Ash Patil from Fathers4Equality.

‚ÄúOur recent online poll had over 90% of voters wanting Gillard removed as PM, primarily for this reason‚ÄĚ, he adds.

Editor of, Sonja Hastings, claims that Labor has lost the male vote, ‚Äúbecause Labor have focussed too much on pandering to extremist elements within the women‚Äôs movement. The dismantling of Australia‚Äôs shared parenting laws was a ¬†reckless and needless effort in circumspect, especially given how successful these laws were. The impression amongst many men now is that Gillard is anti-male, and this will be a very tough perception to change‚ÄĚ, Hasting adds.

Many believe that the dye is cast for Labor, as there is very little wiggle room for Labor to change the policies that it has staked its reputation on.

The Carbon tax has already had one backflip by Gillard, and another backflip would only make her position untenable.

While the highly unpopular 2011 family law amendments are seen as un-negotiable given that the current Attorney-General , Nicola Roxon, is widely perceived to hold extreme anti-shared parenting views, as evidenced by her controversial minority report into shared parenting in 2006, in which she genderised family law and promoted an unshakable nexus between shared parenting and domestic violence.

Labor now is at a cross-roads in its history, where it can take some bold and tough decisions that acknowledge the mistakes its made ….or it can stay the course, as Gillard is doing right now, and face the same electoral result that has made history for Labor in Queensland, for all the wrong reasons.

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7 Responses to Aussie misandric Prime Minister Gillard in trouble for anti-male policies

  1. Sheldon on May 20, 2012 at 4:56 PM


  2. Robert Rivera on April 30, 2012 at 1:17 PM

    Men are finally waking up to the horribel reality that if their are going to be under women their will be no reason to work and even live.

  3. Simon Lostsea on April 28, 2012 at 10:55 AM

    I really hope our brothers down under get their rights back and put their equal parenting laws back on the table. This really shows the true face of feminism the head and fangs of that venomous snake.

    My advice would be to metaphorically slogg feminism in the jaw before it can take a hold like it has in the UK. Its going to be an uphill struggle to over come the near fascist social changes feminism forces on children's young minds and thus future society

  4. MoS on April 16, 2012 at 3:44 PM

    Although Obama is pandering to women voters, the average U.S. male is STILL better off with him as President and Democratic Party leader than Hillary Clinton. I remember when he won the nomination, all the female Clinton supporters claimed, "It's our turn, and we were robbed!" Problem with that attitude is, in every election, it's never anybody's 'turn' except the voter's.

    How did Obama get to be Senator from a state that is 95% white? White voters didn't vote for him because he was black. They voted for him because he convinced them that their being white didn't matter to HIM. Contrast that with Clinton, who made it clear to male voters that their gender mattered to her. She deserved to lose the nomination and the election for this. And it looks like Gillard is doing the same thing, and it will (deservedly) cost her the next election.

  5. anthony on April 15, 2012 at 9:07 AM

    Being Australian and male I can only verify your articles findings. The Australia I knew and loved is gone: replaced by this weird place where just being male is a crime. When rabbits were introduced here they went into plague almost immediately due to the lack of predators. The same is true of misandric feminists. The Australian male generally respected women and had them on a pedestal and was totally unprepared for the introduction of feminism, now like bunnies caught in the headlights of the eighteen wheeler that is female aggression, they are speechless and motion and motionless.
    In Australia we have 2 to one female college graduates, only 3% of grade school teachers are male, Testosterone, the male hormone, was recently dubbed by Penny Wong the finance minister as the single greatest destructive force in human history!! Penny happens to be lesbian, not that there's anything wrong with that.

  6. masculist man on April 14, 2012 at 8:52 PM

    Guess who's kissing up to men in the U.S.:

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