Feminist film maker Cassie Jaye's film "The Red Pill" was scheduled to be shown at Ottawa's Mayfair theatre, but was shut down by the usual group of leftist, totalitarian Marxists. Instead, it was screened twice at Ottawa City Hall.
In one of the scenes of Cassie's film, Dr. Janice Fiamengo gives a speech on the history of men in society which runs counter to the destructive narrative of the Marxist view.
That view holds that women must always be presented as the victims, and men are always the oppressors. (Unless they are gay or non-white or Muslim.)
The scene from Janice's lecture was short, and omitted the singing of the International Communist anthem, "The Internationale" by feminists trying to disrupt Janice's lecture.
The Rebel has two pieces on this important and interesting film:
Holly Nicholas on "The Red Pill," who looks also at CAFE, the group that is screening the film. CAFE also wants to open a men's shelter and provide legal counsel for men who have been abused by their female spouses and the system.
Ezra Levanton how "feminists" shut down "The Red Pill" showing at the Mayfair.
Protest footage from the 3:00 showing has just been found that makes the case rather perfectly, that modern feminism is about totalitarian Marxism, as these protesters even use Soviet iconography and hide their faces to try and stop the film from being shown.