Where’s Harry?

Angry Harry, the father of the men’s rights movement, and just about the only figure who commands universal respect in the anti-feminist community, stopped updating his site around 2 months ago. He also suddenly stopped updating his twitter feed at the same time and has not replied to subsequent e-mails expressing concern at his silence.

We know that Harry has been suffering from some health problems over recent years, so lets all hope he is well, or at least recovering, and that he will be blogging and tweeting again sometime soon.

18 thoughts on “Where’s Harry?”

  1. I honestly think it would be a good idea for as many readers as possible to start backing up all of Angry Harry’s articles on to their harddrives.

  2. There’s also a curious thing in that on Angry Harry’s Twitter, his last Tweet on April 5th, concerning ‘the true face of domestic violence’ has been removed :

    https://twitter.com/angryharryspage

    I don’t know if this means he, or someone else, has removed it or its just a glitch as a result of the Twitter re-design.

  3. What’s even more disturbing is that (once again) we’ve seen very little concern from others in the Manosphere. Didn’t AVfManginas once call AH the father of the mens rights movement?

  4. What’s even more disturbing is that (once again) we’ve seen very little concern from others in the Manosphere. Didn’t AVfManginas once call AH the father of the mens rights movement?

    That’s very true, although it is possible that Elam knows what is up with Harry, as they used to be in phone contact at least.

  5. “When people push boundaries too far, it’s not because they are strong but because they are weak. But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman.”

    Vladimir Putin has a higher IQ than most of our Western leaders put together.

  6. Premier league revenues break £3 billion : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27667472

    Can you imagine if instead of spending money on inflated match tickets to watch overpaid morons kick a leather football around, that men dug into their pockets and donated to a cause that would defend male sexuality and men’s rights against feminists?

    The modern day opium of the masses.

  7. Men can spend a whole week-end watching vehicles roar in circles, for example. This shows men are seriously flawed creatures. Women don’t take part in this and it is all to their credit, but I suspect they do not take a dim view of it either, because they know as long as men spend their time and money in this way, they pose no danger. Plus, of course, major sports events bring hundreds of thousands of testosterone-laden males to the local women’s doorstep. Imagine men in a big Western city having all the whores of Pattaya and Pukhet brought to their doorstep for a two weeks of fun. Imagine the uproar, the scandal, the indignation, seeing as a few miserable prostitutes in rare dark alleys are already enough to unleash vociferous anti-trafficking campaigns. The double standards are appalling.

  8. His web-site is still there.

    You scared me – I thought – with the link you provided – that his web-page had been taken down.

    And – as far as AVFM referring to AH as the “father of the men’s movement” – Elam simply exploited AH’s popularity to get his faggot agenda into the MRM. Epic Fail???

  9. His web-site is still there.

    You scared me – I thought – with the link you provided – that his web-page had been taken down.

    It would concern me less if it had been taken down.

    You must admit it’s a bit strange – no update for 2 months, no tweets for 2 months, not answering e-mails. Harry had been tweeting nearly every day for months.

    If something has happened to him the website will stay up as long as the web host’s billing fees are paid (usually annually).

  10. Jack & Antifeminist:
    Yes…the modern day opiate. Here in my beloved hometown, the Seahawks were NFL champions last year. After their victory, an estimated 750,000 people turned out in the streets and engaged on about a 4-day riot. (The local media downplayed this and spun it as a ‘victory celebration’—though all the fights, assaults, arsons, vandalism, and robberies that went on sure made it FEEL a lot more like a riot LOL).

    Anyway, I was wondering what kind of an impact it would have if, say, 750,000 fathers converged in Seattle for a 4-day protest over divorce law reform? Or even better, a million or so men demanding social justice for victims of paedohysterical witch-hunts? Do you suppose that might have a considerable effect on social policy?

    (Sigh) well, on to reading about the anti-feminist island…I think that has a more realistic chance of happening than Ameroboobs rising up to protest much of anything…

  11. Pleased to hear it. I’ve read his stuff and seen him on YT on a few vids… he seems a very smart, nice guy.

  12. Good to hear AH is alright. BTW, Keoni Galt who disappeared the same day, resurfaced the same day, leaving a comment on his blog that he’d been taking a break too.

    LOL—I know those two are friends, I wonder if they’ve got some secret Manosphere project up their sleeves? (We can only hope).

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