British Museum Glorifies Feminist Criminality & Terrorism

Coming home the other night, I was amazed to see the following poster on the subway wall of Old Street tube station :

suffragette penny old street

The text underneath the ‘Change is Good’ headline reads :

In the early 1900s this British penny was defaced to promote the suffragette cause.  This bold criminal act catapulted the movement for women’s right to vote into the political limelight.  The penny stands for all those who fought for this monumental change.

 

The website of the British Museum is even more explicit in describing how ‘bold’ this criminal act was :

This coin – a perfectly ordinary penny minted in 1903 – was part of this civil disobedience. Stamped with the suffragette slogan “votes for women”, it circulated as small change, and spread the message of the campaigners. At the time, defacing a coin was a serious criminal offence, and the perpetrators risked a prison sentence had they been caught. We don’t know when the slogan was stamped on this coin, but stamping it on small change rather than a silver coin meant that it was less likely to be taken out of circulation by the banks. The message could have circulated for many years, until the law giving women the same voting rights as men was passed in 1928.

 

It is now widely recognised by historians that the suffragettes were regarded as an ‘Al Qaeda’ type terrorist organization, which conducted numerous violent outrages and even plotted to murder the British First World War Prime Minister David Lloyd George.

It is also widely admitted by feminists and feminist historians that the suffragettes saw the vote only as a means to control male sexuality, and that most women of the time were largely indifferent to the issue.

Meanwhile, loyal and esteemed reader Eric has alerted me to an Edwardian anti-suffragette video that certainly reveals that anti-feminists of the time had a better understanding of what feminism was/is, than 90% of current MRAs : http://historyoffeminism.com/the-strong-arm-squad-of-the-future-ca-1912/

12 thoughts on “British Museum Glorifies Feminist Criminality & Terrorism”

  1. Antifeminist:
    Thank you for the positive feedback! I mentioned on the History of Feminsm site that a lot of those video clips and films have disappeared from general public access. I think the only reason this one slipped through their filters was because, like 90% of MRAs, the Radfems running Hollywood didn’t understand its message either!

    I haven’t been able to find out yet who produced that cartoon, but whoever he was, he saw the handwriting on the wall pretty clearly.

  2. A lot of people also forget that the American Suffragettes were also notorious terrorists. Carrie Nation used to lead axe-wielding femihags into bars and destroy property and attack male patrons and saloon girls. They also vandalized theatres and statues over here as well.

    The feminist historians always try to spin that early stage & silent film actresses were secretly sympathetic to the Suffragettes. I don’t know how that could be, considering that many of their performances and film showings were disrupted violently like that.

  3. It seems that British museums are in some kind of unholy alliance with the gynocracy, there’s a very disturbing story over at Man Woman & Myth, on how they have hijacked the RAF Museum and are now authorised to use it as a podium to fill the minds of young school children with feminist GARBAGE and virtual lies.

    It’s totally insulting and that’s putting it mildly!

  4. Talking of female criminality, this case just in of a “German woman held on suspicion of killing five newborns” will be worth following:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19744595

    The article says “In 2006, [an another]woman was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to the maximum 15 years in prison for killing eight of her newborn babies and burying them in flower pots and a fish tank in the garden of her parents’ home”

    Whether this woman gets a similar sentence is a good indicator of how far and in which direction countries such as Germany are slipping. Note that we don’t know whether the other woman who got the 15-year sentence is still in jail (that’s why cheering when a woman gets 5 years for “raping” a 16-year randy student is stupid: it makes some MRAs feel good but sentences don’t mean the same across genders).

    Meanwhile a Frenchman “receives 800,000 euros for wrongful rape conviction” after spending 7 years inside. A 14-year-old girl had accused him and she retracted her accusations in 2008. I don’t include the link for fear of the formidable spam folder but you can google it. Note that the man could’ve got the same sentence if he’d (allegedly) raped a 24 years old, so who needs ages-of-consents anymore?

  5. Interesting finds Jack.

    Meanwhile a Frenchman “receives 800,000 euros for wrongful rape conviction” after spending 7 years inside. A 14-year-old girl had accused him and she retracted her accusations in 2008. I don’t include the link for fear of the formidable spam folder but you can google it.

    The spam filter should be able to handle one link Jack. Sometimes it appears to categorize a comment as spam if it contains a link and only a line or two of text.

    Here is the link :

    http://www.france24.com/en/20120925-france-wrongly-sentenced-rape-receives-compensation-justice-jail

  6. It seems that British museums are in some kind of unholy alliance with the gynocracy, there’s a very disturbing story over at Man Woman & Myth, on how they have hijacked the RAF Museum and are now authorised to use it as a podium to fill the minds of young school children with feminist GARBAGE and virtual lies.

    They’ve also erected an expensive momument to ‘women’s role’ in world war 2. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4667705.stm

    The Queen has unveiled a £1m memorial in Whitehall to commemorate the role of women during World War II.

    The 22ft-high bronze sculpture depicts the uniforms and working clothes worn by women during the war.

    Former Speaker of the House of Commons Baroness Betty Boothroyd paid tribute to the contribution made by seven million women in the war.

    Military helicopters flown by all-female crews flew past the memorial to mark the occasion.

    Absolutely disgusting.

    They’ll be building statues showing the suffragettes handing out white feathers to disabled men and 15 year old boy soldiers soon.

    Excellent article by ManWomanMyth btw. He’s actually one of the few MRAs who links to this blog.

  7. theantifeminist,
    That statue and the female piloted helicopters represent nothing but a pack of exaggerated, convoluted nonsense, that is so misleading it really endorses ACTUAL lies!
    Some REAL MRA there should just deface the total iconism of contempt of true heros and for that matter: of HATE, that it really is!
    Grrrrrr!!! This is the type of blatant misandry that really makes my blood BOIL!!

    Yes ManWomanMyth is one who in recent discussions, we admittedly almost forgot about, he is almost Angry Harry’s man at the front and his MRM documentary’s are of world class standard – suitable for showing on world-wide MSM such as National Geographic, Discovery, or History channels.
    I even wrote in a reply to one of his posts if he had ever considered approaching any of them…
    He thought the idea was ridiculous needless to say, but he was most accepting of my appreciation of his good work all the same…

  8. Alan:
    Yes, it makes me sick too. How come they never want to talk about the numbers of Suffrgettes and early feminists who teamed up with Sir Oswald Moseley during WW2. I understand that the British Nazis had quite a considerable female following.

    Moseley himself encouraged women to enlist in his British Union of Fascists. He was very much a pedestalizer of women in his own life; and believed that women in positions of power would create male loyalty to the new regime he was proposing.

    As for the laughable contributions of British women to the war effort: I’m sure Montgomery and Mountbatten found them indispensible—LOL

  9. Edith Cavell to feature on £5 coin to mark centenery of WW1 :

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28173717

    Millions of men killed and maimed (justified over false propaganda that German soldiers were raping Belgian women), and we have to highlight the ‘contribution’ of women. At least they haven’t highlighted the bravery of the feminists who handed out white feathers to 14 year old traumatized war veterens…yet.

  10. OT—but Obama’s been bitch-slapped again:

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28160767

    “An employee of Germany’s Intelligence Service has been arrested on charges of spying for the US…the man is said to have been gathering details about a German Parliamentary committee that is investigating claims of US espionage.”

    The hopeful sign of stories like these is that it may eventually turn even the rather sluggish EU intellects into the realization that American cultural imperialists really DON’T have their best interests at heart. They may reject American paedohysteria along with it; and turn to the more sensible policies of Russia and China.

    Well we can hope anyway….

  11. I wouldn’t bank on it. The UK appears to be leading the hysterical witch hunt these days.

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