At the beginning of March, we urged the readers of AVfM and generally people that are sympathetic to the goals of the MRM to write e-mails to the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and urge them to reject the report on “eliminating gender stereotypes in the EU”. We even wrote a letter to the European Parliament and reminded them that individual freedom matters more than the feminist ideology.
However, after the vote, we were forced to conclude that most MEPs couldn’t care less.
But not all MEPs are like that! Well, not all of them, just 75% of them. In the same day in which that infamous report was voted on, there were 10 other resolutions subjected to debate and voting. Two other of them were “Situation of women in North Africa” and “Impact of the economic crisis on gender equality and women’s rights.” Three feminist resolutions in the same day!
Somehow, the European Parliament “forgot” to publicize the voting list for the report on “eliminating gender stereotypes in the EU” but Votewatch.eu took care to publicize the results of the other two resolutions and, the most telling, the list on impact of the economic crisis on gender equality and women’s rights. Those who voted in favor of this resolution are the same that voted in favor of other feminist resolutions in this European legislature.
After a one week work of three MRAs (myself included), we are proud to publicize the list of feminist MEPs, by country and European political party. There are 495 MEPs who are definitely not only feminists, but people that loath individual freedom and responsibility and people who consider, amongst other things, that it is the job of the Eurocracy to pick winners and losers and as long as the losers are male, everything is fine.
The list is long and, if you can’t go through the entire thing and you live and vote in the European Union, we would advise you to use CTRL+F and go straight to the country you are interested in.
The European Parliament has a few groups. These groups are: ALDE (liberal-leftists), S&D (socialists), ECR (right-wing conservatives), EFD (eurosceptics), EPP (Christian-democrats – centrists), GUE-NGL (The United Left – hardcore Marxists), GFA (Green Leftists) and the Independents.
So, let’s see who the femmies are!
Socialists: Karin Kandebach, Jörg Leichtfried, Evelyn Regner, Josef Weidenholzer.
ALDE: Angelika Werthmann
EPP: Heinz Becker, Othmar Karas, Elisabeth Köstinger, Hubert Priker, Richard Seeber
Green-Left: Eva Lichtenberger, Ulrike Lunacek
Independets: Martin Ehrenhauser, Hans-Peter Martin
ALDE: Philippe de Backer, Louis Michel, Annemie Neyts-Utyttebroeck, Frédérique Ries, Guy Verhofstadt
EPP: Ivo Belet, Anne Delvaux, Mathieu Grosch, Marianne Thyssen
Green-Left: Isabelle Durant, Philippe Lamberts, Bart Staes
Socialists: Frédéric Daerden, Véronique de Keyser, Saïd el Khadraoui, Marc Tarabella, Kathleen van Brempt.
Socialists: Ivailo Kalfin, Evgeni Kirilov, Kristian Vigenin
EPP: Mariya Gabriel, Andrey Kovatchev, Svetoslav Hristov Malinov, Vladimir Urutchev
ALDE: Stanimir Ilchev, Metin Kazak, Vladko Todorov Panayotov
Socialists: Antigoni Papadopoulou, Sophocles Sophocleus
EPP: Andreas Pitsillides
Note: the other 3 Cypriot MEPs have voted Abstained, including one from EPP (which means she disobeyed the feminist party line)
5. Czech Republic
Socialists: Zuzana BRZOBOHATÁ, Robert DUŠEK, Richard FALBR, Pavel Poc, Libor ROUČEK, Olga SEHNALOVÁ
EPP: Zuzana ROITHOVÁ
Note: All the other Czech MEPs have either abstained or voted against feminist establishment, particularly because Czech Republic is extremely well represented in the conservative group and Jan BŘEZINA from EPP constantly disobeys his party when it comes to feminist-oriented topics.
Green Left: Margrete Auken, Emilie Turunen
Socialists: Ole Christensen, Dan Jørgensen, Christel Schaldemose, Britta Thomsen
Note: Danish ALDE MEPs seem to constantly reject feminist-oriented topics, just like the Danish EPP MEP, Bendt Bendtsen.
Green Left: Indrek Tarand
Socialists: Ivari Padar
ALDE: Vilja Savisaar-Toomast, Siiri Oviir, Kristiina Ojuland
Note: Tunne Kelam (EPP) usually dissents from the feminist party line and abstains from voting on these issues.
EPP: Sari Essayah, Sirpa Pietikäinen, Petri Sarvamaa
Socialists: Mitro Repo
ALDE: Nils Torvalds
Green Left: Satu Hassi
France has 74 MEPs. 60 of them are outright feminist and we suspect that at least 6 more are also sympathetic to the Marxism-Feminism ideology, though they tend to be absent from most meetings and, consequently, it’s hard to determine their position beyond all doubt. So, the French MEPs who are definitely feminists are as follows:
ALDE: Nathalie Griesbeck, Corinne Lepage, Robert ROCHEFORT, Marielle de Sarnez
EPP: Sophie AUCONIE, Jean-Pierre AUDY, Nora BERRA, Philippe BOULLAND, Alain CADEC, Jean-Marie CAVADA, Arnaud DANJEAN, Michel DANTIN, Rachida DATI, Joseph DAUL, Gaston FRANCO, Marielle GALLO, Jean-Paul GAUZÈS, Françoise GROSSETÊTE, Philippe JUVIN, Alain LAMASSOURE, Agnès LE BRUN, Constance LE GRIP, Véronique MATHIEU HOUILLON, Elisabeth MORIN-CHARTIER, Maurice PONGA, Franck PROUST, Dominique RIQUET, Jean ROATTA, Marie-Thérèse SANCHEZ-SCHMID, Tokia SAÏFI, Michèle STRIFFLER, Dominique VLASTO
United Left: Younous Omarjee
Green Left: François Alfonsi, Malika BENARAB-ATTOU, Jean-Paul BESSET, Jean-Jacob BICEP, José BOVÉ, Sandrine BÉLIER, Daniel COHN-BENDIT, Karima DELLI, Hélène FLAUTRE, Catherine GRÈZE, Yannick Jadot, Nicole KIIL-NIELSEN, Michèle RIVASI, Karim ZÉRIBI
Socialists: Eric ANDRIEU, Pervenche BERÈS, Françoise CASTEX, Jean Louis COTTIGNY, Harlem DÉSIR, Sylvie GUILLAUME, Liem HOANG NGOC, Gilles PARGNEAUX, Isabelle THOMAS, Patrice TIROLIEN, Catherine TRAUTMANN, Bernadette VERGNAUD, Henri WEBER
Only 5 German MEPs are known to constantly oppose feminist-oriented issues and, surprisingly enough, they come from EPP (Viviane Reding’s party) and ALDE. The list of German feminist MEPs is also lengthy, like the French one and it goes like this:
ALDE: Nadja Hirsch, Silvana Koch-Mehrin, Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, Michael Theurer
EPP: Burkhard Balz, Elmar Brok, Birgit Collin-Langen, Albert Dess, Christian Ehler, Karl-Heinz Florenz, Michael Gahler, Ingeborg GRÄSSLE, Peter Jahr, Elisabeth JEGGLE, Martin KASTLER, Christa KLASS, Dieter-Lebrecht KOCH, Werner Kuhn, Werner LANGEN, Peter Liese, Thomas MANN, Hans-Peter MAYER, Doris Pack, Hans-Gert PÖTTERING, Horst Schnellhardt, Birgit Schnieber-Jastram, Renate Sommer, Thomas Ulmer, Sabine Verheyen, Axel Voss
Green Left: Jan Philipp Albrecht, Sven Giegold, Rebecca Harms, Gerald HÄFNER, Martin HÄUSLING, Franziska Keller, Barbara Lochbihler, Heide RÜHLE, Elisabeth Schroedter, Werner Schultz, Helga TRÜPEL
Socialists: Udo Bullmann, Ismail Ertug, Knut Fleckenstein, Evelyne Gebhardt, Jens Geier, Norbert Glante, Matthias Groote, Jutta Haug, Petra Kammerevert, Constanze Angela Krehl, Wolfgang KREISSL-DÖRFLER, Bernd Lange, Jo Leinen, Norbert Neuser, Bernhard Rapkay, Ulrike RODUST, Dagmar ROTH-BEHRENDT, Peter SIMON, Birgit SIPPEL, Jutta STEINRUCK, Barbara WEILER
Socialists: Kriton Arsenis, Spyros Danellis, Dimitrios Droutsas, Maria Eleni Koppa, Chrysoula Paliadeli, Anni Podimata, Sylvana Rapti, Georgios Stavarakis
Green Left: Nikos Chrysogelos
EPP: Marietta Giannakou, Georgios Koumoutsakos, Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou, Georgios Papanikolaou, Georgios Papastamkos
ALDE: Theodoros Skylakakis
Greek MEPs also offer a negative surprise: Two Greek MEPs from the right-wing eurosceptic group EFD are usually dissenting the party line and vote in favor of feminist resolutions. These disappointing MEPs are Nikolaos Salavrakos and Niki Tzavela.
EPP: Zoltán Bagó, Erik Bánki, Tamás Deutsch, Béla Glattfelder, András Gyürk, Kinga Gál, Ildikó Gáll-Pelcz, Ágnes Hankiss, Lívia Járóka, Ádám Kósa, György Schöpflin, László Surján, József Szájer, Csaba Őry
Socialists: Zita Gurmai, Kinga Göncz, Edit Herczog, Csaba Sándor Tabajdi
Hungary also has an independent feminist MEP: Csanád Szegedi
ALDE: Liam Aylward, Pat the Cope Gallagher, Marian Harkin
EPP: Jim Higgins, Seán Kelly, Mairead McGuinness, Gay Mitchell
Socialists: Nessa Childers, Emer Costello, Phil Prendergast
Socialists: Pino Arlacchi, Francesca Barracciu, Luigi Berlinguer, Salvatore Caronna, Sergio Gaetano Cofferati, Silvia Costa, Andrea Cozzolino, Paolo de Castro, Leonardo Domenici, Roberto Gualtieri, Vincenzo Iovine, Guido Milana, Pier Antonio Panzeri, Mario Pirillo, Gianni Pittella, Vittorio Prodi, Debora Serracchiani, Patrizia Toia
EPP: Roberta Angelilli, Antonello Antinoro, Alfredo Antoniozzi, Raffaele Baldassarre, Paolo Bartolozzi, Sergio Berlato, Vito Bonsignore, Antonio CANCIAN, Carlo CASINI, Lara Comi, Herbert Dorfmann, Giuseppe GARGANI, Salvatore IACOLINO, Giovanni LA VIA, Barbara MATERA, Erminia MAZZONI, Tiziano MOTTI, Alfredo PALLONE, Aldo PATRICIELLO, Crescenzio RIVELLINI, Licia RONZULLI, Potito Salatto, Amalia Sartori, Marco Scurria, Sergio Paolo Francesco Sivestris, Salvatore Tatarella, Gino Trematerra, Iva Zanicchi.
ALDE: Niccolò Rinaldi, Giommaria Uggias, Gianni Vattimo, Andrea Zanoni
Just like Greece, Italy also provides a negative surprise and these surprises are called Cristiana Muscardini (ECR) and Magdi-Cristiano Allam (EFD) who, despite being in an overtly non-feminist group, they dissent from the group’s position and vote in favor of feminist resolutions.
ALDE: Ivars Godmanis
EPP: Sandra Kalniete, Krišjānis KARIŅŠ, Kārlis ŠADURSKIS
Green Left: Tatjana ŽDANOKA
Socialists: Alexander Mirsky
Socialists: Zigmantas BALČYTIS, Vilija BLINKEVIČIŪTĖ
EPP: Algirdas Saudargas, Radvilė MORKŪNAITĖ-MIKULĖNIENĖ
ALDE: Justina Vitkauskaite, Leonidas Donskis
Lithuania joins Italy and Greece in the negative surprises and the surprises are called Rolandas Paksas and Juozas Imbrasas, both from the eurosceptics’ group. Apparently, they’re eurosceptics until it comes to the Union to forcibly choose women over men.
ALDE: Charles Goerens
EPP: Georges Bach
Green Left: Claude Turmes
Malta is a special case. Malta has 4 MEPs, all of them in the Socialist group, who rarely come to meetings (but cash in their paychecks paid by the taxpayers).
Edward Scicluna is the only one that voted in one of the resolutions included in our study to determine feminist MEPs and he voted in favor of it. The other three did not vote in the European Parliament for more than a year so their position on feminism could not be determined, though it can be guessed considering that no Socialist MEP ever voted against a feminist proposal.
19. The Netherlands
Socialists: Judith A. Merkies, Emine Bozkurt, Thijs Berman
Green Left: Judith Sargentini, Bas Eickhout, Marije Cornelissen
EPP: Corien Wortmann-Kool, Ria Oomen-Ruijten, Lambert van Nistelrooij, Esther de Lange, Wim van de Camp
ALDE: Sophia in ‘t Veld, Marietje Schaake, Gerben-Jan Gerbandy
United Left: Katinka Tamara Liotard (the one who made the report voted on March 12)
Socialists: Janusz Władysław Zemke, Marek Siwiec, Joanna Senyszyn, Wojciech Michał Olejniczak, Bogusław Liberadzki, Adam Gierek, Lidia Joanna Geringer de Oedenberg
EPP: Elżbieta Katarzyna Łukacijewska, Tadeusz Zwiefka, Jarosław Leszek WAŁĘSA, Rafał Trzaskowski, Bogusław Sonik, Joanna Katarzyna Skrzydlewska, Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Jacek Protasiewicz, Jan Olbrycht, Bogdan Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Krzysztof Lisek, Jan KOZŁOWSKI, Lena KOLARSKA-BOBIŃSKA, Jarosław Kalinowski, Filip Kaczmarek, Sidonia Elżbieta JĘDRZEJEWSKA, Danuta Maria Hübner, Jolanta Emilia Hibner, Małgorzata Handzlik, Jerzy Buzek, Arkadiusz Tomasz Bratkowski, Piotr Borys
Socialists: Vital Moreira, Ana Gomes, Elisa Ferreira, Edite Estrela, António Fernando Correia de Campos, Luis Manuel Capoulas Santos, Luís Paulo Alves
EPP: Maria do Céu PATRÃO NEVES, Nuno Melo, José Manuel Fernandes, Diogo Feio, Mário David, Carlos Celho, Maria Da Graça Carvalho, Regina Bastos
Green Left: Rui Tavares
ALDE: Renate Weber, Adina-Ioana Vălean, Norica Nicolai (member in the committe that drafts most if not all feminist legislation), Ramona Nicole Mănescu, Cristian Silviu Bușoi.
EPP: Iuliu Winkler, László Tőkés, Csaba Sógor, Theodor Dumitru Stolojan, Cristian Preda, Rareș Niculescu, Iosif Matula, Marian-Jean Marinescu, Elena Băsescu, Sebastian Bodu, Elena Oana Antonescu
Socialists: Claudiu Tănăsescu, Daciana Sârbu, Ioan Mircea Pașcu, Ioan Enciu, Viorica Dăncilă, George Cutaș, Corina Crețu, Minodora Cliveti, Victor Boștinaru.
Romania also has two independent feminist MEPs and these are Adrian Severin and Dan Dumitru Zamfirescu.
Romania, just like Lithuania, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Estonia, Cyprus, Slovakia and Slovenia, has NO MEP that ever voted against a feminist resolution.
ALDE: Sergej Kozlik
EPP: Peter ŠŤASTNÝ, Anna ZÁBORSKÁ, Alajos Mészáros, Miroslav MIKOLÁŠIK, Eduard Kukan, Edit Bauer
Socialists: Boris Zala, Monika SMOLKOVÁ, Katarína NEVEĎALOVÁ, Vladimír MAŇKA, Monika FLAŠÍKOVÁ BEŇOVÁ
Note: Jaroslav PAŠKA (EFD) usually abstains from voting on feminist resolutions or votes against and it is the only Slovak MEP that an MRA can consider voting for.
All Slovenian MEPs are feminists. The list of Slovenian MEPs that usually vote in favor of feminist resolutions is the same with the list of Slovenian MEPs. They do not skip meetings and never forget to vote in favor of feminist resolutions. These are the people that no Slovenian MRA should ever vote for:
ALDE: Ivo Vajgl, Jelko Kacin
EPP: Milan Zver, Alojz Peterle, Romana Jordan, Zofija Mazej KUKOVIČ
Socialists: Tanja Fajon, Mojca Kleva KEKUŠ
Spain is also a country with a lot of MEPs and almost all of them are feminists. Except Jaime Oreja (EPP), who is clearly a non-feminist, all the other Spanish MEPs are either overt feminists or play a kitty-cat game of „indecision” by either abstaining from vote or voting in favor of feminist resolutions and then subsequently issuing statements that they intended to vote against. These kinds of people will also be included in the list. And it goes like this:
United Left: Willy Meyer
ALDE: Izaskun Bilbao Barandica, Ramon Tremosa i Balcells
EPP: Pablo ECHEVERRÍA, Pilar Ayuso, Pilar del Castillo Vera, María Auxiliadora Correa Zamora, Agustín DÍAZ DE MERA GARCÍA CONSUEGRA, Rosa ESTARÀS Ferragut, Santiago Fisas Ayxela, Carmen Fraga ESTÉVEZ, Luis de Grandes Pascual, Cristina GUTIÉRREZ-CORTINES, Esther HERRANZ GARCÍA, Carlos José ITURGAIZ ANGULO, Teresa JIMÉNEZ-BECERRIL BARRIO, Verónica LOPE FONTAGNÉ, Gabriel Mato Adrover, Francisco José MILLÁN MON, Juan Andrés Naranjo Escobar, Eva Ortiz Vilella, José Ignacio Salafranca SÁNCHEZ-NEYRA, Salvador SEDÓ i ALABART, Alejo Vidal-Quadras.
Green Left: Ana Miranda, Raül Romeva i Rueda
Socialists: Josefa ANDRÉS BAREA, Inés Ayala Sender, Maria Badia i Cutchet, Alejandro Cercas, Ricardo CORTÉS LASTRA, Vicente Miguel GARCÉS RAMÓN, Iratxe GARCÍA PÉREZ, Dolores GARCÍA-HIERRO CARABALLO, Eider GARDIAZÁBAL RUBIAL, Enrique Guerrero Salom, María IRIGOYEN PÉREZ, Juan Fernando LÓPEZ AGUILAR, Miguel Angel MARTÍNEZ MARTÍNEZ, Emilio MENÉNDEZ del VALLE, María MUÑIZ DE URQUIZA, Raimon Obiols, Andrés PERELLÓ RODRÍGUEZ, Teresa Riera Madurell, Carmen Romero LÓPEZ, Antolín SÁNCHEZ PRESEDO, Luis YÁÑEZ-BARNUEVO GARCÍA
Spain also has an independent feminist MEP and his name is Francisco Sosa Wagner.
Sweden is also a special case. Unlike all the other countries, Swedish MEPs affiliated with EPP (all 5 of them) are not feminists, whilst the so-called anti-system Swedish MEPs (like Christian Engström from the Pirate Party) are feminists. And the list for Sweden goes like this:
United Left: Mikael Gustafsson
Green Left: Amelia Anderdotter, Christian Engström, Isabella Lövin (the one that replied completely offtopic to the AVfM letter) and Carl Schlyter
ALDE: Kent Johansson, Cecilia Winkström
Socialists: Göran Färm, Anna Hedh, Olle Ludvigsson, Jens Nilsson, Marita Ulvskog, Åsa Westlund.
27. United Kingdom
The UK has MEPs that behave on this topic in Strasbourg exactly the opposite in comparison with the politicians in the UK. All independent UK MEPs are non-feminists, just like all the UK MEPs affiliated with the right-wing conservative group (ECR) and the ones affiliated with the eurosceptics lead by Nigel Farage (EFD). Moreover, five out of the 12 British ALDE MEPs are also non-feminists and even the British MEP affiliated with the United Left is rather reluctant to vote in favor of feminist resolutions. So despite having many MEPs, the list with UK feminist MEPs is rather short:
Socialists: Michael Cashman, Mary Honeyball, Richard Howitt, Stephen Hughes, David Martin, Linda McAvan, Arlene McCarthy, Claude Moraes, Brian Simpson, Peter Skinner, Catherine Stihler, Derek Vaughan, Glenis Willmott
ALDE: Sharon Bowles, Baroness Sarah Ludford, George Lyon, Edward McMillan-Scott, Bill Newton Dunn, Rebecca Taylor, Sir Graham Watson
Green Left: Jill Evans, Ian Hudghton, Jean Lambert, Alyn Smith, Keith Taylor
There are 754 people in the European Parliament. Roughly 50 of them are rarely coming to the sessions and some of them never came to any vote since they have been elected. There is also a group of 40-50 MEPs who simply refuse to vote on certain issues (including feminism). However, these 495 MEPs whom we listed here are definitely politicians that will anytime vote out individual men’s rights in favor of Statist control and pandering to gender ideologues such as Katinka Liotard or Viviane Reding.
In theory, EPP and S&D are totally opposing parties – just like the Green Left and ALDE. But, as you can see, when it comes to the ideology of hate generally known as feminism, the opposition no longer exists and the only real opposition comes from groups like EFD (UKIP) and ECR, groups that are considered “fringe” or “hate groups” by the current European Marxist-Feminist establishment.
If you considered voting a politician from this list of 495 names, please think again. Any of these people would vote out your freedom as a man in favor of party interests and gender ideology.
In May 2014, there will be the next European Elections. This article is not meant to tell readers who to vote for, but who to avoid voting for.
Moreover, some of these 495 people might run for national parliaments or other national positions. Keep them in mind and avoid voting for them!
Politicians want votes and as long as they can get away with voting totalitarian feminist legislation, they will not care. Let’s hold them accountable!
European elections usually have a low turnout, which means that if all the European readers of this website go to the ballot box and vote against a feminist politician, the results can be heavily modified.
In Spain, the population made feminism to be politically incorrect and politically dangerous for politicians. Let’s make the Spanish model available for the whole EU!