Monday, February 27, 2017

Billboard Vandalized and Protest Planned for The Red Pill Screening in London Ontario

More drama for The Red Pill by director Cassie Jaye!

The Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) has revealed that their billboards advertising the screening of The Red Pill in London, Ontario were vandalized this past weekend. In related news, a group which appears to be similar to the emasculated little boys who cowered behind red hankies in Ottawa is planning to protest the film as well.

If you are in the London area you can watch the circus side-show-rejects as they dance for crumbs of approval from their feminist puppet-masters while you wait for the serious stuff to begin inside the Wolf Performance Hall at 251 Dundas Street, London, ON N6A 6H9 at 7 PM on Wednesday March 1, 2017.

Here's more info on the planned gathering of masked wieners. No need to worry, it doesn't look like they have half of a testicle in the whole group. They'll just drone-on with their brain-dead one-note mantra while onlookers chuckle, or facepalm, at the pathetic spectacle.

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Media Release From CAFE reproduced in full here:



MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Billboard Ad Sabotaged for Controversial “Men’s Rights” Film Screening in London, Ontario

LONDON, ON -- (February 27, 2017) -  A billboard advertisement promoting a screening of the controversial film The Red Pill in London, Ontario, was sabotaged over the weekend. The breaker had been tampered with to prevent the rotating billboard from turning. Meanwhile a sizeable protest is being planned against the Wednesday evening event.

The film screening, which will take place this Wednesday, March 1st at 7:00PM Eastern Time at Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas Street, London, will serve as the inaugural London event for the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE). CAFE is the national educational charity known for its work integrating men’s issues into gender equality.

CAFE has screened The Red Pill at packed venues in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. But the events have sparked significant controversy and multiple Canadian theatres have been pressured into banning the film by groups opposed to its focus on the problems of men and boys.

"CAFE specializes in holding civil and spirited dialogue on topics that are controversial but nonetheless critical to our culture,” said Justin Trottier, CAFE Executive Director.

The Red Pill is the first ever big screen documentary on the men’s rights movement. Independent filmmaker Cassie Jaye, a feminist sceptical of the legitimacy of men’s issues, documents her journey of enlightenment as she is awoken to the discrimination faced by men and boys. The film won ‘best of festival’ at the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema.

This CAFE billboard Advertisement is up at the following two locations in London, Ontario

1. Hamilton Rd and Rectory St., facing West
2. Richmond St and Horton St, facing south

For further information, contact

Justin Trottier
Executive Director,
Canadian Association for Equality
jtrottier@equalitycanada.com
(416) 402-8856

9 comments:

  1. Billboards advertised this project in many regions, but this did not increase the interests of the masses.

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  2. It seems to me that now the use of this type of advertising is not very effective because it cannot reach the same audience as online advertising.

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  3. This protest on the show did not surprise anything. This is quite a frequent event for such cases and this organization.

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  4. There is no need to surprise why people protest! Unfortunately, we got used to such events!

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  5. Extremely active people have always lived in London. It is thanks to this that they become as valuable as Churchill in his time. And this protest is one of the real evidence of this.

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  6. I do not think that people are interested in this event. No one wants to protest, as nowadays it is becoming boring and, honestly speaking, ineffective.

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  7. Sometimes it would seem such banal things can attract a lot of attention and show us a completely different side from the one that was originally.

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  8. The protest in this way does not have clear and focused requirements. In any case, the film screening will gather its target audience.

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  9. The protest must express clearly articulated requirements which, in the opinion of the people, have been violated or not taken into account at the legislative level.

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