Robert Brockway’s ICMI2023 presentation – part 3

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Author: Robert Brockway

I’ve
been
involved
in
men’s
rights
for
10
years.
In
that
time
I’ve
seen
huge
changes.
Some
of
the
problems
we
raise
have
gone
mainstream.
Terms
like
gynocentrism
are
now
being
uttered
even
by
the
mainstream
media.
10
years
ago
you
would
have
rarely
heard
that
outside
of
A
Voice
for
Men.

We’ve
come
a
long
way
but
we
have
further
to
go.
So
how
do
we
fix
this?

We’re
often
accused
of
being
in
an
echo
chamber
but
that’s
more
likely
to
be
true
of
our
opponents.
This
is
evidenced
by
the
material
we
look
at
and
talk
about.
We
look
at
their
sites,
they
rarely
look
at
ours.
We
welcome
them
to
attend
our
events
and
ask
questions.
We
are
usually
barred
from
theirs
or
if
we
are
allowed
to
go
we
aren’t
allowed
to
ask
questions.

Men’s
advocates
tend
to
be
culturally
libertarian
and
are
also
often
economically
libertarian.
Being
culturally
libertarian
means
being
tolerant
of
alternative
viewpoints.
I’m
anti-feminist
and
will
criticise
feminism
for
many
of
its
ideological
positions
but
I
will
never
try
to
silence
a
feminist.
Compare
to
how
they
treat
us.

We
need
to
encourage
others
to
be
tolerant
of
alternative
viewpoints
as
we
are.

We
need
to
encourage
others
to
get
out
of
their
echo
chambers
and
listen
to
opinions
and
ideas
that
make
them
uncomfortable.

Don’t
ignore
the
mainstream
media.
Keep
a
track
of
them
as
I
do.

Record
examples
of
misandry
in
the
mainstream
media.
Request
an
account
on
Wiki4Men
as
it’s
a
great
place
to
record
this
information.

My
sense
is
that
misandry
in
the
mainstream
media
is
actually
declining
as
a
result
of
push
back
over
the
last
10
years
or
so.
I
won’t
forgive
them
for
the
damage
they’ve
done
to
society
over
the
last
few
decades
though.

We
can
and
are
fighting
back
but
it’s
an
uneven
fight.

We’re
held
to
a
different
standard
than
our
opponents.
They
can
make
all
sort
of
wild
claims,
such
as
the
pay
gap.
The
media
and
even
governments
will
repeat
their
claims.
If
we
make
a
mistake
they’re
all
over
it.
Thus
we
need
to
be
very
careful
with
our
claims
and
provide
solid
evidence
for
any
public
statements
we
make.

We
can
resist
Big
Tech.

Big
Tech
is
part
of
the
problem.
But
we
can
solve
it.
Don’t
just
hand
over
our
hard
earned
cash
to
Big
Tech.
Consider
using
smaller
providers.
Consider
setting
up
and
running
your
own
servers.
If
you
don’t
have
the
skills
to
do
this
then
you
can
reach
out
to
smaller
companies
or
even
individuals
who
can
provide
these
services
online.
Many
such
organisations
exist
right
here
in
India.

As
noted
earlier
search
continues
to
be
a
problem.
We’re
still
too
beholden
to
Google
search
and
Microsoft
Bing.
Do
you
have
an
idea
that
could
disrupt
and
democratise
search?
If
successful
it
would
be
a
huge
boost
to
men’s
rights
as
well
as
being
financially
rewarding.

Support
open
standards
and
open
source.

With
the
MSM
dominated
by
misandrists
it’s
up
to
us
to
convey
the
message
that
men
don’t
need
to
be
ashamed
of
being
male.
Because
of
our
limited
reach
we
can
only
help
men
who
come
and
look
for
us.

It
follows
then
that
we
will
continue
to
spread
our
message
through
word
of
mouth.

I
believe
that
a
multi-pronged
approach
is
best.
Different
groups
MRAs
and
others
take
different
approaches.
This
allows
us
to
find
the
most
effective
strategies.
Watch
what
others
are
doing
and
learn
from
them.

Data
is
necessary
but
not
sufficient.
It
is
important
that
we
continue
to
quote
facts
and
figures
to
support
our
arguments
but
that
alone
will
not
win
the
day.

I
don’t
ever
see
the
men’s
rights
movement
as
being
huge
as
feminism
is.
And
I
don’t
see
us
being
bankrolled
as
feminism
is.
But
that
isn’t
a
bad
thing.
The
message
is
getting
out
there
and
the
lack
of
money
prevents
corruption
from
coming
in.
A
little
more
money
would
be
nice
though.

Finally,
on
a
personal
note,
minimise
contact
with
misandrists
whenever
possible.
As
well
as
all
the
hate
they
dish
out,
you’re
at
greater
risk
of
a
false
accusation
if
you
have
such
people
in
your
life.

Cato
the
Elder
was
a
Roman
orator
in
the
second
century
BCE.
Cato
was
famous
for
ending
all
of
his
speeches,
regardless
of
the
subject
matter,
with
the
words
“Carthago
Delenda
Est”

Carthage
must
be
detroyed.

Taking
a
leaf
from
Cato’s
scroll
I
will
henceforth
be
ending
all
of
my
presentations
with
a
call
to
assist
in
the
lawful
apprehension
of
Zoe
MeLellan.
And
I
will
do
this
until
she
is
in
custody
and
the
matter
can
be
dealt
with
by
the
courts.

Have
you
seen
Zoe
McLellan?

In
November
2020
McLellan’s
ex-husband,
Jean
Gillain
was
awarded
sole
custody
of
their
son,
Sebastian
Gillain.

McLellan
had
already
absconded
with
Sebastian
by
then.
In
May
2021
an
arrest
warrant
was
issued
for
McLellan
by
the
County
of
Los
Angeles,
California.
As
of
October
2023
McLellan
is
still
at
large.
Sebastian,
who
would
now
be
10,
is
also
missing.

McLellan
is
a
public
figure
who
has
appeared
in
numerous
popular
television
shows
including
Star
Trek:
Voyager,
JAG,
NCIS:
New
Orleans
and
Designated
Survivor.
Her
face
is
familiar
to
millions.
It
is
extraordinary
that
she
has
evaded
detection
for
so
long.

McLellan
is
originally
from
Port
Orchard,
WA.
Some
locals
have
speculated
she
may
be
hiding
out
in
rural
WA.
Other
sources
have
speculated
that
she
may
have
travelled
to
Canada.

Anyone
with
any
relevant
information
should
contact
the
Los
Angeles
County
District
Attorney’s
investigator,
Claudia
Rodriguera.

Original Story on AVFM
These stories are from AVoiceForMen.com.
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