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Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) warns women who comment on his Facebook ripoff site that he just might kill them for it

ManBook founder: No girls allowed!
ManBook founder: No girls allowed!

The last we heard from Men’s-Rights-adjacent eccentric Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c), he was falsely accusing an Ohio University student of being a false rape accuser and posting her personal information on the internet.

Now he’s back in the news again with an exciting new social media venture. While Paul Elam takes on the world of publishing with his Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don’t Write Good (not its real name), Nolan(c) is taking on an even bigger target: Facebook.

Nolan(c), who for complicated crackpot reasons now goes by the name Joschua-Brandon: Boehm(c), has just launched ManBook, his version of Facebook, but for men only. While ManBook might look to the world like a glorified blog, Nolan(c) Boehm sees it as a viable alternative to the alleged misandrist tyranny and “censorship” of “fascist book.”

Well, unless you’re a woman. If you’re a woman and try to post on ManBook, Nolan(c) Boehm(c) explains, he has the right to kill you.

Nolan(c) Boehm(c) explains this rather strict comment policy as follows:

We have asked politely for women to not register but you are registering anyway. This shows total lack of respect for our right to freedom of association. We do not wish to associate with women in this place. Period. …

We would ask you women to respect our rights as you wish your rights to be respected. If you are unwilling to respect our right to freedom of association do not expect men to respect your right to life. Ok?

So far ManBook is little more than a collection of blog posts by Nolan(c) Boehm(c) with a smattering of comments, but the site has gotten a bit of media attention, inspiring posts on Raw Story and Jezebel, mostly because of that whole “killing women” thing.

While Nolan(c) Boehm(c) is clearly delighted with all the traffic that his new notoriety has brought him, he doesn’t feel he’s getting a fair shake on the whole “right to kill women who post comments” deal. In a post today, he responded to one critic with this, er, clarification of his philosophy:

[Y]ou have to love the fact that he actually encourages women to go and join the site thereby encouraging women to violate the right of freedom of association. This is why men are now starting to kill women more often in divorce. Because men openly encourage women to violate the rights of other men and then pretend to be “horrified” when the men defend their rights with force, up to and including deadly force.

But, you know, if you’re a dude, Nolan(c) Boehm(c) would love you to sign up for his wannabe Facebook-killer site. You can even log into his site … using Facebook.

ManBook is not Nolan(c) Boehm(c)’s first attempt to take on an internet giant. He is also the man behind a little site called A-MAN-ZON. THE politically incorrect store for MEN.

… which also looks suspiciously like a blog. I’m not even sure that there’s a way to buy anything on the site. There are no links to actual products or categories of products on the site’s main page, and a search for books turns up one online “book” that you can “buy” for free.

In a welcome note on A-Man-Zon, Nolan(c) Boehm(c) can’t help but come back to the whole evil-women issue:

Stop spending your money with men who will sell products and services to men and then take that money and give it to women to spend on lawyers in  the divorce courts until the man is so harassed and so broke that he decides to kill himself like Robin Williams did this week.

And the FIRST such man-hating, mangina, white-knight, sexist, discriminatory, bigot that I recommend men stop spending money with is Jeff Bezos.

Jeff Bezos is one of the worlds biggest man-hating, mangina, white-knight, sexist, discriminatory, bigots.

Jeff Bezos openly employs tens of thousands of women who have committed crimes against fathers in divorce courts. He is completely un-apologetic about that.

Despite the name, Nolan(c) Boehm(c) makes it clear that women are allowed to buy from A-Man-Zon — at least if they are

“good women” who are “man enough” not to be “offended” by other peoples opinions … #WomenAgainstFeminism are welcome to be buyers of products and services here.

So he apparently has no problem accepting women’s money — just their opinions.

EDIT: Added links, fixed a few proofreading things.

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ParadoxicalIntention
5 years ago

I read that donotlink link.

Ugh. Just…ugh.

I agree with the first commenter. This guy took a tragedy and made it all about himself and the “torment” he suffers. What an utter bonking narcissist. And not the good, healthy kind either.

The idea that men will lash out and kill someone if they’re not given everything they want is something feminists want to stop, right? To help get rid of toxic masculinity and teach men that there’s better ways to handle their emotions other than “MAN SMASH!”.

Karl
Karl
5 years ago

The address for the Web site appears to be a PO box in Fiji….

Zolnier
5 years ago

Reality, noticing that Wonder Woman’s enemies mostly sucked, decided to provide her some.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

The idea that men will lash out and kill someone if they’re not given everything they want is something feminists want to stop, right? To help get rid of toxic masculinity and teach men that there’s better ways to handle their emotions other than “MAN SMASH!”.

Right. And these guys, conversely, are out to cultivate that very “MAN SMASH” thing, and make it the whole of the law, and the ONLY law.

They must be stopped. Preferably before another shooting rampage occurs.

Robert
Robert
5 years ago

I remember back in university, as a callow young man, opining to a fellow student, “There are several things I would live for, and a few I would die for – but none I would kill for.” He looked at me pityingly and replied, “Have you thought about what the world would be like if _everyone_ felt like that?”

Yeah, many fewer people getting killed by other people. Show me the downside.

katz
5 years ago

I remember back in university, as a callow young man, opining to a fellow student, “There are several things I would live for, and a few I would die for – but none I would kill for.” He looked at me pityingly and replied, “Have you thought about what the world would be like if _everyone_ felt like that?”

Worst application of that logic ever.

kittehserf - MOD
5 years ago

Robert, what a first-class prat that fellow was.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

That prat’s “logic” reminds me of every dumb warmonger in the history of Ever.

M. the Social Justice Ranger
M. the Social Justice Ranger
5 years ago

You know that scene from The Simpsons where Lionel Hutz imagines a world without lawyers…
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… And shudders in fear? The prat reminds me more than a little of that.

Xanthë
5 years ago

Quoting Robert,

I saw a video taken by a Freeman on the Land/Sovereign Citizen type. He was in the anteroom of a courtroom, narrating himself preparing to go in and act a fool. When he attempted to enter the courtroom, still recording, he was warned by a bailiff (?) to turn the phone off. He refuses, attempts to push his way past, and is Tased. The phone keeps recording as he falls to the floor, crying out in dismay.

It is to ordinary Schadenfreude what brandy is to grape juice.

Oh dear. That was way too easy to find.

http://youtu.be/RfVbiefMdNU

kittehserf - MOD
5 years ago

Okay, I am an evil person. I laughed at that creepy chucklefuck getting tasered.

I loved the barely-contained eyerolling from the first guy who had to deal with this pillock.

Schadnefreude brandy, indeed.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
5 years ago

Did that dude seriously say “I was born in several states”? Behold, a post-Christmas miracle.

katz
5 years ago

I LMAO. Best part was “leave the camera with your mother outside the courtroom.” Tells you everything you need to know.

kittehserf - MOD
5 years ago

He’s a citizen of several states! But not of America. Or his body is but he isn’t, or something something.

I wonder if they bought the dude that tasered him a round of drinks?

ParadoxicalIntention
5 years ago

I would hope he at least got a raise.

I doubt he’s paid enough for that kind of bullshit.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
5 years ago

Did that dude seriously say “I was born in several states”?

Clearly a “man of many parts”, like Igor.

mildlymagnificent
5 years ago

Did that dude seriously say “I was born in several states”?

Just in case you think that statement is entirely meaningless, it does have “meanings” to these chumps. http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2010/fall/sovereign-idioticon-a-dictionary-of-the

Look at the “Birth certificate” entry, read it again. Then read it again.

Have a look at the ALL CAPS and other punctuation entries. You might need to read it aloud to check that what you read the first time was what was really written.

brooked
brooked
5 years ago

Negative averment – The trick, used by many sovereigns, of twisting all statements into the form of a question in order to shift the burden of truth to the opponent.

That “trick” is sadly popular with enormous number of asshats on the internet, I’m surprised SPLC think that sovereigns tendency to JAQ off is special.

Treasury Direct Account – When a baby is born, sovereigns believe that the government funds a secret Treasury account in that baby’s corporate shell name, based on that person’s future earnings. This account can be accessed by writing special checks to pay taxes, mortgage balances and other debts. Sovereigns variously believe the account’s value is between $600,000 and $20 million.

That’s definitely unique to Sovereigns and an impressive feat of magical thinking.

kittehserf - MOD
5 years ago

Corporate shell name?

I’m seeing retirement funds for buying shell suits. Now that’s scary.

Michael Lindsay
5 years ago

Someone popped in there to point and laugh and made a reference to the Life of Brian and the stoning scene.

Was called a “man hater” and instantly doxxed.

Lovely people.

marinerachel
marinerachel
5 years ago

Oh jeez, that’s terrible.

Falconer
5 years ago

Negative averment – The trick, used by many sovereigns, of twisting all statements into the form of a question in order to shift the burden of truth to the opponent.

Oh, so that’s why that Sovereign Citizen* who’s got a bug up his butt about PZ Myers doesn’t write in anything but questions made of a declarative statement followed by a two-word phrase like doesn’t it or isn’t it.

*He denies it, but if it walks like a duck….

Falconer
5 years ago

Curse you, blockquote mammoth!

balarick
5 years ago

cassandrakitty asked:

Did that dude seriously say “I was born in several states”?

Haha, no, he just said “one of the several states” as a followup to a reply he’d given shortly beforehand about not having been born in D.C. and thus not being a U.S. citizen. As you may know, hardcore “constitutionalists” — many of whom don’t actually understand the Constitution — use the term “the several states” to refer to all 50 states because, back in 1776 and shortly afterward, the 13 original states were known as “the several states.”

Guys like this, though, go out of their way to make trouble with bureaucratic types who have no real authority to change anything anyway, people who are just doing their job (and, no, before any troll brings up Nuremburg here, not allowing a camera into a courtroom is not analogous to killing 6 million Jews). There are truly serious concerns in this country regarding the abuse of authority, and to that extent I can sympathize with them, but then they go off and make mountains out of molehills (“I don’t have a license — my person does, but I don’t…” Ugh). That said, TASERing him was unnecessary, as it probably wouldn’t have been difficult to take the camera away. He hadn’t become violent (yet) and I think too many officers are too cavalier with TASERs, especially given that they can cause permanent damage or even death. You don’t know if someone has a heart condition until you’d stopped their heart with a TASER….

Still, I have little pity for that guy.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

Treasury Direct Account – When a baby is born, sovereigns believe that the government funds a secret Treasury account in that baby’s corporate shell name, based on that person’s future earnings. This account can be accessed by writing special checks to pay taxes, mortgage balances and other debts. Sovereigns variously believe the account’s value is between $600,000 and $20 million.

And exactly where does this money come from? In troy ounces of motherfucking gold, no less?

Robert
Robert
5 years ago

What puzzles me is that the marks for this con hear the grifter tell them about this shell account and believe them. Why wouldn’t the grifter have gotten his* own seekrit gummint money, then?

*I’ve done some reading, and haven’t seen any women promoting it.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
5 years ago

Recent victim of Nolan’s online Bullshit. Had my contact details released to the public on his site because of an email response to an article I posted [had no clue who the guy was at the time] followed by slanderous comments and threatening emails to post more about me. Currently in the process of reporting to the police, this person is so far beyond help it’s ridiculous. Listing a different name below so I can remain anon

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