31 Oct 2015

Radical Feminist UK MP Jess Phillips’s Ridiculous Maiden Speech In The House Of Commons

By Mike Buchanan: This must surely be the most idiotic maiden speech ever given by an MP in the House of Commons. Ms Phillips chooses that most ludicrous of feminist narratives, about the gender pay gap, as the core of her speech. As we'd expect from a narcissist, the speech was mainly about herself, and she even found time to mock her husband over his lack of qualifications, whilst bragging about her own two 'degrees' (one is a postgraduate diploma, as we can see from her entry on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jess_Ph...).
She spoke of the 'misfortune' of having two children, 'Both of whom are sons, incidentally!'

We presented Ms Phillips with our 'Toxic Feminist of the Month' award - here https://j4mb.files.wordpress.com/2015... - in recognition of her maiden speech and her mocking of Philip Davies MP over his application to have a discussion on men's issues in the House of Commons chamber during International Men's Day, 19 November. That day we'll be supporting Men Do Complain http://mendocomplain.com in protesting against MGM in Parliament Square, London. We invite you to join us.

Angelo: I spoke to my young daughter about how Jess had laughed at the suggestion that as we are talking about women's issues on women's day, we should also talk about men on men's day and the first question she asked me was "how big is she." I wasn't sure what she meant by that so I asked and she replied "is she a fat woman?" She had remembered an incident when we were in a queue together and "a fat woman" had tried to convince her out of the blue with no provocation as my daughter clung to me, that "we women are better than men aren't we?" to which I am very proud to report, she had shaken her head vigorously in disagreement. All I have to say is, [my daughter is nearly seven] out of the mouths of babes. Jess is certainly on the thick side in more ways than one, a loathsome person, man hater oozes from her every pore. I feel sorry for her constituents, if they vote her in again after her recent performances, it will be a very sad indictment of the gullibility and malleability of the electorate by the lame-stream, damn their ignorance.

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