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One would wonder if there was any opposition left in Sweden at all after reading and viewing those videos and viewing a few sites. As far as I can tell, cowardice could be claimed to be taken place as the feminised population just ignores, as well as promotes that feminist hate movement to it's inevitable destructive end..
I am glad to see this post today..

And join up as well..

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Men’s Network Launched in Sweden
December 15th, 2009 by Pelle Billing

For quite a while I’ve been thinking about starting a Men’s Rights organization in Sweden. The rationale for wanting to do this is quite straightforward: Sweden has at least 50 well established Women’s Rights organizations, but the only men’s organizations we have are a few small fathers’ rights groups. Since I believe that gender equality goes both ways, and that men’s and women’s issues are just as important, it’s been natural for me to want to correct the current imbalance.
What’s been stopping me, and a couple of other men’s rights activists in Sweden, is that we simply don’t have time to set up a new organization. Between writing, lecturing and having day jobs we already have our hands full. However, the other day I got an idea of how to break the deadlock. Why not start a men’s network on Facebook, as a simple way to have a central gathering place for people in Sweden who are interested in men’s rights.
Said and done, the Men’s Network (Mansn√§tverket) was launched yesterday, and we are already approaching 200 members. If you want to support the men’s rights movement in Sweden, then please consider joining the network. You don’t need to be Swedish to join, you simply need to believe that men’s rights deserve the same attention as women’s rights. To enable you to make an informed decision of whether to join, I’m translating our 15 point platform below:
  • Gender equality - in other words equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities for men and women - is at the core of all work on gender issues.
  • Men’s issues are important and need to get full recognition from society.
  • Gender neutral legislation is a basic principle of ours. Currently, men are the only group who are discriminated in Swedish law.
  • Men are traditionally viewed as expendable by society. Dangerous jobs are performed by men, the ones fighting in wars are men and men are expected to sacrifice themselves for women when danger arises. How is this compatible with the theory of male power?
  • Men’s voices should be considered equally important to women’s voices in discussions about gender equality and gender roles.
  • Homeless people. 75 percent are men.
  • Suicides. 70 percent are committed by men.
Continued: http://www.pellebill...ched-in-sweden/