The Wildrose Party spent the week pandering to progressives over an email sent out by a former University of Calgary campus associated group, Wildrose on Campus, with the subject line “Feminism is cancer.”
The screening of the documentary “The Red Pill” at an event which I was slated to MC, sponsored by the Canadian Association For Equality and co-hosted by three campus groups including Wildrose on Campus, Campus Conservatives and Canadian Advocates for Freedom and Liberty, was cancelled and is being rescheduled as a result of the backlash coming from politicians and feminists.
That backlash prompted the two conservative groups to back out of the event, leaving CAFL to host on their own. MLA’s like Jason Nixon and Wildrose leader Brian Jean took to Twitter to condemn the students.
The movie has been screened without a hitch in most locations. The female director, a feminist, takes us on her journey through the men’s rights movement. The film does a good job of being objective and includes commentary from leading feminists.
This important film documents very serious issues that men face and the Wildrose Party, in part, helped stop it from being shown by attacking their own club and affecting the logistics of the event.
The party is supposed to be mentoring their future prospects on campus and I bet this club was part of these young voters’ identity, on and off campus.
Instead of guiding them though, the party turned their backs on their own members simply to please the media and the people that will never vote for them any way.