Monthly Archives: November 2013

The forthcoming decline of the business sector in Germany

Our thanks to a supporter in Eastern Europe for alerting us to this. During negotiations to form a coalition government German politicians – mostly female ones, it would seem – have agreed to assault the country’s business sector through introducing gender quotas … Continue reading

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Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive of HSBC: sexist, racist and ageist

My thanks to J for pointing me to a piece (by a female journalist, needless to say) in the Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/nov/08/hsbc-stuart-gulliver-women-in-banking Stuart Gulliver, 54, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, calls his industry ‘male, pale and stale’, managing to fit into … Continue reading

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Athena SWAN: an assault on scientific research and male scientists

It never ceases to amaze us how many women (and all feminists) shamelessly present narratives which are plainly contradictory. The contradictions can only be ‘resolved’ through the invention of conspiracy theories, fantasies, lies, delusions and myths e.g. the ‘glass ceiling’, … Continue reading

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Dr Jude Browne declines to answer a simple question

My warm thanks to the six supporters and donors who came out on a chilly evening last Tuesday to attend Dr Jude Browne’s talk on quotas for corporate boards at Cambridge University. It was predictably dreary stuff, and I didn’t detect so much as … Continue reading

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