Cassie Jaye is a feminist filmmaker who set out to do a documentary about the men’s rights movement.
What’s that about? A lot of things: How lopsided divorce law is; alimony; how police and authorities treat violence by men against women, compared to violence by women against men.
Men are technically a minority,because male life expectancy is lower. But men are not considered a minority group.
We can talk about anyone else — any other racial or ethnic group. But not men, especially white men. We can, in fact, make fun of them, of course. That trope is all over pop culture
So Cassie Jaye’s film, called "Red Pill," was coming to Ottawa, sponsored by the Free Thinking Film Society, who booked a movie theatre.
But a feminist bullied the movie theatre into cancelling the show — even though they admit they hadn’t watched the whole film.
To tell you the truth, what bothered me just as much as this little fascist’s shakedown of the theatre was the CBC’s straight-faced reporting of it.
This is the new normal for the social activist left — of which the CBC is a key part...
NEXT: Gavin McInnes and I talk more about the "Red Pill" movie, and the double standard applied to "left wing" vs. "right wing" documentaries.
THEN: Joe Oliver comes on to explain why Trudeau's praise of Fidel Castro will put our PM in Trump's bad books.
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