Where Have All The Good Men Gone?

by Johnny McNeill – unpublished author of ‘Gaslighting Gilligan‘ (released from Berlin on 25th June 2017).

The ridicule and debasement of men in the media and mainstream culture is now pervasive. Watch a commercial, sitcom, or movie, and invariably an immature man-child or dumb dad is the butt of the joke—the hapless buffoon. Fortunately, these silly men are always saved from themselves by a smart, witty woman or a conscripted, eye-rolling child. The emasculation of men has become normalised.” Arun Eden-Lewis – (The Elephant Journal).

Normalised indeed. The motives for the mass-emasculation of western men and boys and how such a very real, yet ‘inexplicable’ phenomenon couldn’t simply be a cyclical-coincidence but a coordinated, orchestrated sustained mass-media ‘meta-fascist’ campaign, including so-called ‘news‘ and soaps, to channel a combination of ‘incompetent’, guilt-shamed millions of fatherless young males, all to take its toll on male mental health (is that male-suicide epidemic making sense yet?) in order they find their individual purpose and collective meaning in the military. Or prison if they don’t take the gaslighting bait.

This pervasively-invisible #FiveEyes #WhiteFeatherMedia propaganda war, is being conducted on behalf of the UK(&US) corporate-governments; a western #PrisonMilitaryIndustrialComplex backed by global bank and oil petrodollar conglomerates who have a new – and final – oil-war in the pipeline, centred in the Middle East; specifically on Iran.

Gaslighting Gilligan – by Johnny McNeill, a contemporary, dystopian ‘fiction’ about the intrinsic, interconnectedness of personal & political domestic abuse, is free to download from here. It is copyright © but is free to share as a public service.

4 thoughts on “Where Have All The Good Men Gone?”

  1. […] It’s a formidable, unrivalled corporate-government intelligence gathering and propaganda output asset, on a global scale. And propaganda, as anyone worth their salt can tell you – incorporates big studio film. But I don’t think we’ve accepted its presence in TV entertainment – certainly not on the subliminally pervasive scale that it actua… […]

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