Saturday, June 30, 2012

Regarding “Why Being a Good Man is Not a Feminist Issue”


Two contrasting views expressed on The Good Men Project:



Here is a comment on this debate by St. Estephe (The Unknown History of MISANDRY):

People who are not social constructionists do not believe they should be monitored and supervised by social constructionists, conversely social constructionists will make every effort to monitor and supervise everyone. The marxist notion of “male gender” and “female gender” is extremely dissimilar to the natural (existential) reality of there being a “male sex” and “female sex.” In order to escape from the supervision of those who want to control us, we must come to the realization that even the use the term “gender” in our own speech and writing – when we mean to refer to the sexes – is undermining us. Freedom is costly. The orthodoxy, regardless of its nature in any given region or historical period, will not facilitate freedom. Here and now, political correctness (social control) is the orthodoxy, employed by government and financial powers (“corporations” and the finance above them) in perfect harmony. (June 30, 2012)

A good introduction to The Unknown History of MISANDRY is the post, “A Woman’s Voice”


Sunday, June 24, 2012

“Disarmament for Women Demanded”: Congresswoman Alice Robertson – 1921

NOTE: “Herstory” is collapsing. The fraudulent narrative of the history of the relations of the sexes (that has been constantly pounded into our heads by propagandists since we were children) will not hold up in the face of the evidence being uncovered by activists who are devoting untold hours to show the truth of the past in an effort to wake people up from their hypnotized state. No amount of blacklisting, overt censorship, de facto censorship, hiring quotas, heavily-funded propaganda, Unesco educational protocols promoted by the Dept. of Ed., anti-Constitutional regulations, threats of prosecution for First Amendment-protected free speech will prevent the orthodox narrative from crumbling before our eyes.


FULL TEXT:  Washington, Aug. 10—”Compulsory disarmament of women” was suggested today by Alice Robertson, Oklahoma’s lady congressman. With murders by women on the increase, she declared it as necessary as the disarmament of nations.

‘“The lady from Oklahoma” had been asked to comment on the shocking and growing tendency of her sex to kill off the male population.

“The women talk so much about disarmament – well, why don’t they disarm’’ she demanded. “Why don’t they begin it by disarming women.”

When informed a movement was under way to have her named as a woman member of the American delegation to the president’s disarmament conference, she said:

Why should I be? There is no place for women.

~ Get Off Too Easy. ~

Speaking her mind on women murderers, suffragists and other females of the species, she said:

“Women who murder get off too easy. They’re not judged according to the same standards as men who murder, but you don’t hear the suffragists demanding equal rights for the men, do you? No, the suffragists want equal rights for women with special privileges.

“Men are not so bad. Women declare them cruel and unjust but they are not. It is to be remembered that men who are bad had women as their mothers.”

“But to disarm only the women – that would be unjust,” it was suggested.

“There should be compulsory disarmament of men too – of course, the men should be included,” said Miss Alice.

[Mildred Morris, (International News Service Staff Correspondent), “Oklahoma Congress Woman Declares Move As Necessary As For Nations Comments On Murders - She Declares Women Who Commit Crimes Are Let Off Too Easy.” Syndicated (INS), Logansport Pharos-Tribune (In.), Aug. 10, 1921, p. 1]


Saturday, June 23, 2012

Ada Wittenmyer, Loved to Watch Her Husbands Die: Murdering Men was Her Business Model - 1979

NOTE: Research for UHoM has turned up hundreds of forgotten female serial killers including a large number of Black Widows, women who murdered two or more husbands. The Ada Wittenmyer is a case of relatively recent date: she died while awaiting trial in 1984. Normally, one would expect such a recent case to have been included in current lists of female serial killers. Yet the case does not.

This case has the particular value of offering a clearly stated m.o. delineating not only a clear-cut strategy of exploiting men through offering companionship and/or sex, a common feature of black widow serial killer cases, but also in disclosing the corollary sadistic motive. When the Alimony Reform League did a study in 1935 of motivations of women who sought to have husbands for failing  to pay alimony  the stunning outcome was that sadistic pleasure in seeing the man suffer overrode, in the majority of cases, the need – or desire – for additional cash.

In looking at cases of maternal filicide during child custody disputes, there are other documented cases showing a motivation of sadistic pleasure, not in the enjoyment in watching the murdered children’s suffering, but in depriving the targeted man, the father of their children, for suffering. This scenario is matched, of course, in cases where a father is perpetrator.

As is now well-known, studies of false rape accusations and child-father access denial (including outright parental kidnapping), initiated by members of the Men’s Rights Movement and Fathers’ Rights Movement, reveal that sadistic pleasure in the counterpart’s suffering is a common motive.

Statements of motive made by female serial killers are scarce. Jane Toppan represents one of the few cases where the murderess has described her intense pleasure in watching her victims die.


FULL TEXT (Article 1 of 3): Dickson, Tenn. – Police exhumed the body of Ada Laverne Crow Evans Hensley Hayes Wittenmyer’s third husband Tuesday to see if he, like her fourth husband, died of arsenic poisoning.

The plump, 33-year-old brunette, last seen near Gallatin, Tenn., two weeks ago, is already wanted for the murder of her fourth husband, John L. Wittenmyer, 62, a wealthy Oklahoma antique dealer and rancher.

The couple married three years ago, two weeks after she answered his ad in a “lonely hearts” magazine.

Wittenmyer died March 28, just one day after he signed a handwritten will leaving the bulk of the cattle ranching estate to his wife, Oklahoma officials said.

Suspicious authorities ordered the body of Mrs. Wittenmyer’s third husband – William Clifford Hayes, who died five years ago – exhumed Tuesday from a Nashville cemetery and shipped to Memphis, where an autopsy will be performed by the state medical examiner.

Mrs. Wittenmyer told police she found her husband dead at the couple’s Bartlesville, Okla., home after she returned from a shopping excursion. At the time, police assumed he died of a heart attack.

But when investigators returned to the home to question Mrs. Wittenmyer further, she was gone. An autopsy then turned up arsenic in the rancher’s body.

Officials said Mrs. Wittenmyer has been married at least four times. Police talked to one of her ex-husbands, but refused to release his identity. 

[“Widow Suspect In Deaths Of Two Husbands,” syndicated (UPI), Tyrone Daily Herald (Pa.), May 2, 1979, p. 12]

FULL TEXT (Article 2 of 3): Nashville, Tenn. – A woman who met men through lonely hearts clubs and poisoned two of her four husbands with arsenic hanged herself with a prison bedsheet and left a note saying “at last I have found peace,” authorities said.

Ada Wittenmyer, 39, was found hanging in her cell Wednesday evening, six days after being sentenced to life in prison for the 1974 murder of her third husband, William Hayes. She had pleaded innocent by reason of insanity.

Hayes’ body was exhumed after Mrs. Wittenmyer’s fourth husband died of arsenic poisoning. She was convicted of that killing in 1982 and sentenced to a 25-year prison term in the poisoning of wealthy Oklahoma rancher John Wittenmyer, whom she met through a lonely hearts club advertisement. Her other two marriages ended in divorce.

Authorities discovered last week that Mrs. Wittenmyer was continuing to correspond with at least one man she had met through a lonely hearts club advertisement.

In one of several handwritten suicide notes she left in her cell at DeBerry Correctional Institute here, Mrs. Wittenmyer said, “I want to remain as I lived – alone.”

In another note, Mrs. Wittenmyer asked prison officials to call her parents and “tell them at last I have found peace,” Warden Aileene Love said.

“I’ve brought shame and disgrace on my family. God knows they tried to love me, but it’s hard to love a mentally ill child that you don’t know what’s wrong with them,” the note said.

Mrs. Wittenmyer was alone in her cell under mandatory segregation at the time of her death, Mrs. Love said. She had been held at DeBerry since last winter to await trial in Hayes’ death.

A DeBerry cellmate testified at last week’s trial that Mrs. Wittenmyer told her about poisoning her two husbands.

“She said she was going to go through life finding men with money and poisoning them, using the lonely hearts club ads. She said that she enjoyed to see them in pain from the poison,” testified Barbara Quaranto, 46, who was convicted in Chattanooga in the shooting death of her 73-year-old husband.

Canadian rancher Henry Joneson said he sent 12 letters and a $1,150 check to Mrs. Wittenmyer before learning last week that the address she had given him was the prison and not the retreat she had told him it was.

The Tomahawk, Alberta, man said he answered Mrs. Wittenmyer’s ad in [an] agricultural publication in April that read: “Widow wishes to start new life – will relocate.”

When Mrs. Wittenmyer telephoned him after her second poisoning conviction, Johnson said he told her,” … I found out everything and goodbye.”

Oklahoma Chief Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. R. D. Garcia, who treated Mrs. Wittenmyer for more than three years during her imprisonment in Oklahoma, testified she suffered from paranoid schizophrenia.

But Roger Hensley, Mrs. Wittenmyer’s first husband, said he did not believe she was mentally ill. “I lived with her off, and on for nine years and she has always known what she was doing,” said Hensley. “She is just mean … She was kind to people, but then she would turn around and be worse than heck.”

[“Husband-Poisoner Hangs Herself in Cell,” syndicated (AP), Youngstown Vindicator (Oh.), Aug. 9, 1984, p. 29]



FULL TEXT (Article 3 of 3): Dear Ann Landers: I always thought it was narrow-minded and mean of you to take such a strong stand against lonely-hearts advertisements. I changed my mind today when I read the Nashville Banner.

It seems a man named Henry Joneson of Tomahawk, Alberta (Canada), answered an ad in an agricultural publication. The woman who was looking for a companion was Ada Wittenmyer, age 37. Henry, the 50-year-old over a 900-acre ranch, was lonesome and thought Ada sounded “interesting.” He didn’t realize his letters and checks were going to prison until District Attorney General Kenneth Atkins called and told him that Ada had just been convicted of poisoning her first husband. she already was serving a 25-year term for poisoning her third husband – a wealthy Oklahoma rancher she had met through another lonely-hearts ad. Atkins said that when he told him the news Mr. Joneson said, “Oh, Lord.”

I hope you will print this letter in your column, Ann, as a warning to others who are lonely. And please accept my apologies for my previous attitude. – Nashville Reader

Dear Reader: Nothing I might have said could have had the import of your report. I checked it out with Nashville and every detail was right on. Thanks for the backup.

[Ann Landers, “Beware, Lonely hearts,” syndicated, Ukiah Daily Journal (Ca.), Oct. 18, 1984, p. 13]









For links to other cases of woman who murdered 2 or more husbands (or paramours), see Black Widow Serial Killers.



Saturday, June 16, 2012

July 27 is “Incarceration Day”

July 27: the day in 1925 when Samuel W. Reid was placed in Glenn County Jail in Willows, California where he protested alimony blackmail and abridgment of father’s rights for nearly three years.


Saturday, June 9, 2012

Sam & Sigurd: Founding Fathers of the Men’s Rights Movement

It all began in 1925-1926: Sam & Sigurd are the founding fathers of the Men’s Rights Movement


Samuel W. Reid, California -- LINK: Samuel Reid: The First Fathers Rights Activist? - 1925

Sigurd Hoeberth (Höberth), Austria -- LINK: The World’s First Men’s Rights Organization – 1926-1930


The false narrative of the history of the relations between the sexes (called “genders” by cultural Marxists) was written by liars and cowards in a deliberate effort to recondition boys and girls to accept authoritarian control. It is based on the social engineering theory of social constructionists. It is time We the People, honest men and women, reclaim our own history and replace the misandric fairy tale of “herstory” with the actual and well-documented truth.

“Honest history is the weapon of freedom.” – Arthur Schlesinger Jr.


Note: Yes, Ernest Belfort Bax did come before, but Sam & Sigurd were activists rather than just polemicists. This is why they are more accurately described as the founders than earlier figures who wrote about men’s rights yet did not take action that inspired others to rally and organize.

The bottom line is that there is no purpose in quibbling about definitions and categories as long as there is a single MRA who does not know the stories of Reid and Hoeberth (Höberth) – and as long as there is a single boy who does not learn their stories.


Be assured, the university system and the mainstream media will never, ever, assist us in replacing the misandric phony orthodox historical narrative with the truth. It is up to us to do it ourselves, regardless of the resistance we will face.

If we do not do it will never be done. But it needs to be done.

It is up to you.


Send this post out to the world. Be relentless. Do it constantly over a long period of time. Reach everyone.

Write a song about Sam or Sigurd, or both. Record it. Put it out there.

  Write a blog post or do a YouTube video about them. What does it feel like to learn that your legacy has been denied you by your schools and the media by blacklisting the history of the long struggle against misandry?

►  Make their pictures known. These images are icons of our struggle for freedom.

►  Teach these stories to your children. Ask them to make pictures and to write something. Post these children’s pictures and writings online.