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A Swede in Germany

Blogroll update

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I recently stumbled upon a very interesting book, Mansförtryck och kvinnovälde [pdf, Swedish]e, which gives an excellent description of many of the problems caused in Sweden by gender-feminism, including application of different standards in many contexts, news reporting that is severely distorted in a men-are-evil/women-are-victims direction, how grossly flawed “research” is taken as truth, and similar. As the recurring reader knows, these are topics close to my own heart, and I have decided to add this book to my blogroll. (Foregoing my usual PDF-files-have-nothing-to-do-on-the-web stance.)

The download is free from the given URL.

By the FIFO principle, Inteutanminasoner’s Bloge is removed. That blog was first discussed here.

Written by michaeleriksson

August 22, 2010 at 6:30 am

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  1. I can’t comment on the actual article because I don’t read the language, but I did want to comment on this:

    “men-are-evil/women-are-victims” – I absolutely despise this mentality because men are just as likely to be victims at the hands of abusive women as are women at the hands of abusive men.

    Women at the hands of abusive women is another category all to itself. If anybody is going to be classified as evil, it should be women! :P


    August 24, 2010 at 7:50 am

    • My just published next entry might be an example of this. (The facts in either direction are not a hundred per cent clear yet, however.)


      August 24, 2010 at 8:53 am

      • That statistically speaking the likelihood of either is more than likely equal, or that women are evil? :P


        August 24, 2010 at 9:13 am

      • Actually, I am not quite certain what you mean—but then my own comment was unclear: “The facts” refer to the contents of the new post, which deals briefly with the rape charges against the Wikileaks founder. Is he or is he not innocent and do the charges come from the woman claimed as the accuser or not.

        (And: I do not believe that women are evil, but I have seen signs that they are often less ethical than men—obviously, with enormous individual variations for both men and women.)


        August 24, 2010 at 9:47 am

  2. […] By the FIFO principle, Mansförtryck och kvinnovälde [pdf]e is removed. That entry was first discussed here. […]

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