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Julie Meyer plays the victim card again #Metoo

By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 25 January 2019


It is nothing to do with sticking lingerie on expenses while staff and creditors go unpaid, with the criminal charges in Malta, with the millions of pounds of other folks money she has blown, with the MSFA, FCA, SFO, HMRC, IRS and ActionFraud investigations, with the unsettled CCJs, the only reason anyone ever says anything bad about Julie Meyer is because they are men, she is a woman and thus a victim. Whatever...

Her wholly non-GDPR compliant spam list has just sent out this charming message about nasty men motivated by misogyny. Julie's the victim, who do you think the villains are?  Ms Sex Toys on expenses MBE writes:

Dear EntrepreneurCountry Citizen,

We need #greatmen to be as big as #metoo... I totally get #metoo... I've been there; I know... but I am so amazed, uplifted, in awe of, thankful for, and impressed with far more GREAT MEN with whom I work, live, partner with etc... we need an equally powerful movement showcasing the men who are literally heroes... who decide that they will not allow harassment to happen to women, who stand up for women whenever it is clear that they are not being listened to because of their gender, and who take the bullets, create new narratives about female leadership, who showcase women instead of being jealous of them… small men want to destroy women in order to make themselves feel better... #GreatMen lift them up, encourage, enjoy, partner with women... I am so lucky that my life is full of #GreatMen… time to shift from #metoo to #GreatMen… the #GreatMen will take care of the bastards faster…

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