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Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism [Paperback]

Swayne O'Pie
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Book Description

Sep 2011
PLEASE NOTE: The content of this book is virtually identical to the content of 'Exposing Feminism', the paperback edition of which was published in May 2012 and is solely (officially) on sale outside the United Kingdom. This book is of international relevance. It was first published in Britain only, in October 2011. A British readership was anticipated, but to the author's surprise (and delight) orders for the book also arrived from readers in other developed countries, most notably the United States, Canada and Australia. Many of these buyers reported parallels in their own countries, especially with respect to the strategies used by feminists to justify their continued existence and to perpetuate their cultural and political power, now that equal rights and equal opportunities for women have been achieved. Swayne O'Pie refers to the feminist strategies of deliberately creating 'women's issues', 'inequalities' and 'discriminations' as the 'Feminist Fraud', leading to 'Forever Feminism' - a phenomenon found in many developed countries. He concludes that for feminists success will never be enough, they can never allow themselves to be satisfied. This book identifies feminism as the root cause of all the discriminations and disadvantages that men experience in western societies. Its analysis of the feminist agenda is applicable to the condition of men and women in all developed countries. The book is confrontational and O'Pie makes no apology for that. He's a brave man, addressing issues which other writers have feared to confront - the deliberate exaggeration of rape statistics, the widespread influence of lesbian feminism, the deliberate cheating and lying of feminist 'research', the feminists' psychological make-up and their need for anger. His honesty and integrity have made him a figure of hate and a target for the animosity of feminists; his motor home has already been attacked and seriously damaged three times by lesbian feminists (and signed by them). Feminism has become a malign and highly influential ideology in contemporary western societies, and it's astonishing that it hasn't been seriously questioned and challenged - until now. 'Why Britain Hates Men' is a powerful examination of how and why misandry (the hatred of men) spread so easily across the developed world; it shows why men are universally blamed, demonised, and whenever possible, punished. The book's evidence and research exposes the deceits of modern feminism - issue by issue. For all its serious content 'Why Britain Hates Men' is extremely readable and inspiring, a 'must read' for men and women who've become disillusioned with the feminist movement and the ravages it has caused for thirty years in contemporary western societies. The book is a timely and valuable contribution to the critique of feminism in the modern world. Its eye-opening content is making waves; it deserves to become a bestseller. Mike Buchanan, May 2012


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  • Paperback: 458 pages
  • Publisher: The Men's Press; 1st edition (Sep 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0956821901
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956821904
  • Product Dimensions: 29.4 x 21 x 3.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 826,973 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Why Britain Hates Men - Exposing Feminism` An original and important new book... an intriguing exposé of feminism'
(Emeritus Professor Norman Dennis)
--(Emeritus Professor Norman Dennis)

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Who is Swayne O'Pie?
Swayne O'Pie is the only speaker in Britain on anti-feminism and men's equality and has given lectures and talks in a wide range of venues, including civic lecture halls, public schools, colleges and universities.

Reviews of his talks have included:

`You spoke so effectively and provided such a thought-provoking occasion'

`Astonishing. I was struck by the passion and power of the case you made'

`You got people thinking and talking, even amongst those who did not attend!'

`The rapt attention you got created plenty of waves afterwards'


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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I admit ... 29 July 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
... that I purchased this book primarily for my husband because, for many years now, he has been lamenting the situation in this country concerning the way men are treated and portrayed, especially in the media. I never really thought too much about it (one doesn't, really, does one ?) even though I respected his views and could see - to an extent - what he meant.

After having had three girls I had a son a few years ago and, as he has grown, I have started to see things differently. And so after my husband read this book (and I had to endure cries of "Yes !", "At last !", "It's SO true !" and the like) I felt I owed it to him ... and to my son ... and to myself to read what all the fuss has been about.

Apparently I am "betraying my sex" by writing this review. This book is EXTRAORDINARY. The author has laid out - very clearly and in an easy-to-read format - EVERYTHING one could ever want to know about feminism. The chapters on domestic violence and rape were particularly illuminating and I can see just how successfully we have ALL been brainwashed. The writer uses quotes from a considerable number of other authors and academics and it is apparent that much work has gone into this publication.

Could I find myself disagreeing with what he writes ? Well, quite simply, no. I tried so very hard to remain objective and, although I imagined that my gender would interfere with this aim, I discovered that it made no difference whatsoever and I found it virtually impossible to argue - to any logical degree - with what I read, to any extent that could render the author's points invalid. I truly don't think it can be done.

And then, yesterday, (and what prompted me to write this review), I had a (lesbian) friend round to visit and she saw the book next to the bed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Exposing Misandry at the Core of Gender Feminism 26 Nov 2012
Format:Paperback
In this comprehensive and thoroughly researched book Swayne O'Pie exposes how in the UK (and throughout western society) the issue of women's rights has been hijacked by feminist extremists and unscrupulous politicians.

Feminism has become, not a movement which seeks equality of opportunity, but one that seeks increasingly greater privileges for women at the expense of men.

It does this by creating false issues and false statistics (e.g. the gender wage gap) in order to attract tax-payer and other funding to organizations and initiatives for the exclusive benefit of women and girls, while using the vilification of men and boys to justify their exclusion.

Feminism has become an ideology which destroys lives, families and creates and exploits divisions in society.

A timely and important book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Illuminating 30 July 2013
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Excellent book exposing the less than altruistic motivations of britains feminist movement. Very succinctly dispels 30 years of feminist dogma/conditioning.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why The World Hates Men: Feminism Exposed 9 Feb 2012
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Format:Paperback
Swayne O'Pie's book is by far and away the most remarkable and most forensically detailed exposure of the negative and destructuive agenda of militant feminism I have read. The equality feminist versus the militant feminist is examined in depth and highlights the scale of distortions , exaggerations and lies that the militant feminists espouse to achieve their goals at the expense of all males and any female who disagrees or has an opposing view of their goals.This book should be read by all parents of young men and girls because the future of a society lead by the sort of women that Mr O'Pie identifies is truly horifying. Mr O'Pie identifies how the militant feminsits use "shaming tactics to crush any and all dissent by men or women who have the temerity to challenge them by shouting mysoginist or sexist or worse and their ire is significantly more pronounced if you happen to be one of the majority of women who do not agree with their misandric agenda that negitavely affects men and boys. This book should be read by all Politicians, CEO's of corporate and SME organisations along with Acedemia and the media who will be shocked by the sheer scale of underhand, devious and dishonest tactics militant feminists uee to undermine and belittle men and poison the minds of women and girls that have been indentified by Mr O'Pie.

This is a 5 * book and only militant feminists will not like it because it challenges the whole validity of their misandric bigotry. If they disagree with any or all of the contents of this book the militant feminists should ask Mr O'Pie for a prime time TV debate or newspaper ineterview to put their view on condidtion that they engage in adult debate without the usual "shaming tactics" and defensive or dismissive posturing that they use to stifle debate.
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