Two new links


12 January 2007

Black Misogynist

Men’s Movement (MySpace)

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 11:33 PM


At 12:57 AM, Anonymous said…

Hi Duncan

Here is another blog worth checking out.

On the Don’t Get Married Board Lee one of our moderators started an Activism thread about how the Men’s Movement can grow. Frostysboy came up with a brilliant idea which was to start a mens movement in my space which is dominated by people in their late teens and early 20’s.

Last week he started the site on My Space and he already has 56 friends on it and it is only been up for one week.

It is very nice to see a 17 year old full of energy and determination to make a positve difference in young mens lives. I can’t think of a better way to expand the Mens Movement than by starting a group in My Space where Men in their late teens and early 20’s can learn about the truth before it is to late.

I for one am very proud of the work Frostysboy has done. He had a brillant idea at the age of 17 and has now executed it beautifully and I believe his movement in my space has the potential to rescue the lives of thousands of young men.

– Outcast Superstar


At 1:05 AM, Anonymous said…


Can you add these links to your link section, I enjoy reading your site and then click the link section to other blogs. It makes things easier.

– Outcast Superstar


At 11:58 AM, Captain Zarmband said…

I wonder how long it will be before My Space deletes this guy’s blog. I can provide an answer to his question regarding the attack on the man by the three women and why it was that the police arrested the man (the victim) and not the three women (the assailants). Well I can enlighten him about this because a friend of mine is a police officer. Male police officers are taught not to arrest violent women unless they assault police because these women will nearly always allege that they’ve been sexually assaulted by the arresting officers during the arrest. So if female officers are not on the scene the cops will arrest the man even when he’s the victim because for them this is a safer option. This is how corrupt the system is but you can’t blame individual officers because they are only doing what they are told to do by their superiors. It annoys police officers as much as it annoys ordinary men.


At 5:48 PM, Black Misogynist said…

Thanks for the link up sir.

You sent a bit over 400 people my way in the past 24 hours.


At 11:02 PM, julie said…


This is a really good post and so are the comments. I remember once my brother-in-law was constantly being taunted by a girl he was going out with. She was very violent herself. Anyhow, she followed him up the road screaming and yelling and had probably punched him a few times only to catch up to him while he was trying to remove himself from the situation and wrapped her arms around his leg so he couldn’t get away. He dragged her this way until he reached a phone booth and dialed the emergency police. He said on the phone, “Come get me before I kill her” because he was cornered. Damned if you do and damned if you don’t. They sure came, six car loads of them.

The saddest part is that he didn’t have a violent bone in his body. No, he is a wonderful man but in the end as time went by, he did start punching back and he did get arrested and went to jail.

Feminism is destroying us and making us all violent to each other in one form or another and now it looks like cameras are being installed everywhere at taxpayers expense.

As much as I hear men saying ‘Women are this and women are that’ which is basically true as you know us better as you ARE the mirror there are alot of women who are good yet don’t know what goes on. I get frustrated sometimes that we can’t change things immediately yet I know feminism has taken complete control (almost) of the whole world.

What you and other males are doing by setting up blog sites is the way to go. You are educating men and women. I couldn’t see this as the answer until just now. (thanx) I have, without realising it, been fighting this idea as if doing things my own way is the answer. As if, somehow, men don’t generally complain and that is what is missing. I am going back to another site where men are trying to tell me this (It must be the stubborn side of me)and share that I get it.

Thanx again. See, the young CAN teach the OLD.


At 11:54 PM, Pete said…

Oh boy, now I’m going to have to sign up to myspace finally.


At 12:36 AM, mfsob said…

Yeah, you watch, some feminazi will comb through the My Space TOS and then allege she felt threatened or defamed or unsafe or some such totally unprovable BS – but because she is a woman, and “felt” threatened, the My Space PC police will pull the page. I give it a month, at the most.


At 9:10 AM, Paul Parmenter said…

Interesting comment from Captain Zarmband about police officers who are obliged to arrest the man come what may, and “you can’t blame individual officers because they are only doing what they are told to do by their superiors”.

Yes, we all understand the dilemma, but I question what sort of people are prepared to perpetuate injustice in order to cling onto their own jobs. It’s a variation of the old Nuremberg defence “we were only obeying orders”. That defence may have had some validity for rank-and-file German soldiers in WWII, because if they had refused to obey immoral and illegal orders they genuinely would have been shot and replaced by those who would obey.

But what excuse do British police officers in 2007 have? Nobody is going to line them up in front of a firing squad if they just refuse to obey what are clearly now also immoral and illegal orders. Who is going to show some courage and tell their superior officers that they will not dirty their hands with such evil deeds? And where is the superior officer who is going to do his duty by refusing to give such orders? Allowing women to get away with violent assault by the threat of false accusations is to succumb to tyranny. And I don’t want my taxes wasted on paying inflated wages to cowards.

Imagine the sensation if a handful of officers, or even just one, resigned over this issue and blew the whistle to the press. It’s a tough choice because you risk your your own career to do it; but might there be somebody among all those ranks of frustrated officers, who is prepared to make himself a martyr and a hero by doing it?

Any police officers reading this blog and prepared to show some backbone? Or is our thin blue line populated exclusively by the weak-minded for whom personal expediency is more important that doing what they know in their heart of hearts is right?


At 10:05 PM, Male Rights Network said…

A 17 year old who set up Men’s Movement on MySpace? Nice. An excellent way of connecting with other young men and informing them that the feminised world they “had a hunch about” wasn’t just their imagination, it is very real. I’m about the same age and I set up the Male Rights Network on Bebo. We’re standing up for our freedoms and like minded men, even young boys, are joining together. Feminism thinks young men don’t give a shit and we’ve been successfully indoctrinated? Wrong.

Frostysboy came up with a brilliant idea which was to start a mens movement in my space which is dominated by people in their late teens and early 20’s.

In fact it’s he’s dead right. It’s the only way the men’s movement can succeed. Frostysboy’s has done a service to men everywhere by setting up the MySpace page, by seeking to inform young men and boys. This is the start to forming a strong, energetic young men’s movement; and its formation will change the fight against feminism dramatically.


At 10:08 PM, Male Rights Network said…

Also, Captain Zambrand you are dead right about MySpace deleting the Men’s Movement page. In fact it’s one of my worries about my own Male Rights Network on Bebo. Bands, local football clubs and advertisers currently make “group pages” on Bebo – but what happens when you try to use the pages to promote political ideas? It’s a concern, Cpt. Zambrand, it’s definitely a concern..


At 6:58 AM, Anonymous said…

Frosty just started a Men’s Movement Group where he now has a forum for group members in My Space to post in.

I put 20 quality threads on the Men’s Movement MySpace group to get things off to a fast start. It took me over two hours but I got the job done. Now when people join the Mens Movement group they will get educated very fast on the issues. His forum now has a solid base to work from.

P.S. John is not my real name, I just made a second account using a different name for security reasons.

– Outcast Superstar


At 11:41 PM, HAWKEYE said…

there is some cool links from these sites.
if you go to DUMP YOUR WIFE NOW you will see a picture of duncan himself.


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