Whistleblower applications welcome

The British political party Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them outlined in its last general election manifesto 20 areas where the human rights of men and boys are assaulted by the actions and inactions of the state, almost always to privilege women and girls. Girls, including unborn girls, are – in common with boys – affected by the issues in bold text:

  1. Abortion
  2. Foetal Alcohol Effects/Syndrome
  3. Male Genital Mutilation
  4. Fatherlessness
  5. Educational Failure
  6. Workplace Disenfranchisement
  7. Reproductive Rights
  8. Parental Alienation
  9. Domestic Violence
  10. Sexual Abuse
  11. Armed Forces Veterans’ Health Issues
  12. Homelessness
  13. Suicide
  14. Criminal Justice Discrimination
  15. Paternity Fraud
  16. Anonymity for Suspected Sexual Offenders
  17. False Allegations
  18. Healthcare Discrimination
  19. Lack of Political Representation
  20. Family Court Bias/Corruption

Today we would add at least four more:

  1. Workplace discrimination
  2. Conscription
  3. Brain injury from compulsory contact sports
  4. Denial of speaking platforms

Legions of people around the world have witnessed human rights assaults in these areas (and more) first-hand – for example, women being advised to make false accusations of domestic violence or sexual offences for personal advantaging and/or financial gain – and we want a considerable number of “whistleblowers” to provide videos for this conference.

We understand that you might have concerns about being identified, so we’re willing to do whatever is necessary to mask your identity. You could use a false name, and we could pixellate your face and/or mask your voice, maybe having someone read out your script, if necessary. Whatever it takes for you to feel confident you cannot be identified.

In the first instance please email Mike Buchanan (mikebuchananuk@gmail.com) with basic details on what you’d like to speak about.

The talk title of one British whistleblower is “The Unholy Alliance – How the Police, Social Services, Schools, Family Courts and Lawyers Enable Mothers to Abuse Their Ex-Partners and Children”.