Sunday, 6 June 2010

Women less likely to vote BNP than men according to Searchlight reporter Nick Lowles

From page 6 of the May 2010 issue of Searchlight.

His statements [ie Jeffrey Marshall's] are likely to go down badly especially amongst women, who are anyway much less likely to vote BNP than men.


Would anyone care to explain why women are less likely to vote BNP than men?

I think it may be something to do with the feminine vices of hypocrisy, cowardice, self-interest, obsession with status rather than with doing the right thing. Women are after all more censorious and easily offended than men. Being the weaker sex, they are less ready to forgive. Being the weaker sex they prefer, like children, to have the benefit of comforting lies. This makes them deny the truth.

The truth is of course that women have no use for lower class men who can't compete with foreigners and who are members of a pariah party.

Like Liberals, women would cling to their self-image of being tolerant and compassionate rather than deal effectively with any problem that needs dealing with. They get men to do the dirty work of crushing bugs, catching mice, fighting wars and protecting them from being robbed and raped by burglars etc while they stay helpless, compassionate, tolerant, feminine and pure with butter not melting in their mouths, as morally pure as someone who hires a hitman ...

The statements made by Jeffrey Marshall referred to can be found at http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.com/2009/05/in-context-jeffrey-marshalls-comments.html

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