The unquestioned king of A Voice for Men’s crew of meme-makers is the mysterious fellow known only as John Galt. Galt, whose contributions are often chosen as AVFM’s “meme of the week” and posted to AVFM’s Facebook page, is truly the meme-maker AVFM deserves — a graphic designer whose graphically challenged photoshopped masterpieces are as baffling as they are offensive.
I highlighted several of his, er, designs in my recent post on Inexplicable AVFM Memes. Today, I’d like to delve further into the photoshop disasters that fill his own Facebook page, some of them official AVFM memes and others posted under his own fake name.
But first, a little introduction to Mr. Galt, as found on his blog.
I live and work in the UK, am a physically fit man in his mid thirties currently studying Computer Science and Mathematics. … I, like most men I know have dated on and off for the past 20 years or so and from my experiences I have come to realize as, no doubt many of you have that there is a deep sickness in our society in regards to how men are treated. …
With a 50 billion dollar divorce industry, sex sold as some sort of priceless resource and victim hood sold to a nanny state as the only valid form of currency it is evident that Men must protect their independence and freedom more vigilantly than ever.
The price, for failing to see what is essentially a fairy tale lie is higher than it has ever been. That price is paid to governments and businesses who profit from the misery of destroyed families, men and women with tax rates and laws that only ever increase. It is paid to greedy women and feminists who demand one sided equality while forcing men to shoulder responsibilities with none of the inherent rights associated with
Sorry, I nodded off for a second.
These fascist lies permeate everywhere from the destruction of Masculine Roles to the ignorance of sex differences in medic
Oh fucking hell he goes on like this for several hundred more words. You can go read it if you like.
Anyway, he ends with a question:
What are you going to do about it?.
Longtime readers of this blog will no doubt notice that Mr. Galt ends his sentence with a new variation on the famous MRA two-dot ellipsis, which I think we can call the Galtian MRA Question Period.
Galt has answered his own Question Period with an ever-growing collection of terrible, terrible memes. So let’s take a look!
There’s this inexplicable homage to a 24-year-old song by MC Hammer.
And this conspiratorial take on “the pill.”
Apparently feminism was writing nursery rhymes in the early 19th century:
Hey ladies! Get on the feminist gravy train!
Apparently feminists want everyone to live in tents, which supposedly look like … vaginas?
Apparently the true cause of erectile dysfunction is … nagging?
I’m not sure what’s the most offensive thing about this one — the comparision of feminism to a nuclear weapon or Mr. Galt’s egregious typo.
Honestly, I don’t think Mr. Galt needs a Men’s Rights movement to solve his problems. I think he might just need to hire a dominatrix. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
I’ve just scratched the surface of Mr. Galt’s graphic work. I may have to return to him in a future post.