Umslopogaas was a legendary and fierce Zulu warrior poet in the later 19th century. Uncompromisingly honorable, extraordinarily excentric and relentless in battle he was a force to be reckoned with, a titanic power to behold. Armed with his famed axe Inkosi-kaas he was also known as ‘the Woodpecker’ (for his tendency to peck at and subsequently drill scientific holes into the heads of his foes). Suffice then to say, he was an all out fighter who time and again would wade into the thick of things and slay and prevail even against the worst of odds…
I have chosen to name this blog Umslopogaas as a tribute to his memory and also because he serves as a symbol, a metaphor. I strive not to slay fiends and foes with pole axes, nay. Mine is a different war. My axe is my mind, I ‘peck’ at my foes with relentless analysis of their folly. I seek to shatter bigotry, destroy dogma and mercilessly shred the web of lies that has been spun by the mindless bleating horde of feminist succubae.
I will labour to provide general analysis and insights into the ‘Gender War‘ that continues to rage all around us, in the West. At the same time I’ll place special emphasis on helping recovering nice guys aka ‘the Lost Boys‘ whom I deeply care for. Suffice then to say, that I’ll be examining most issues out of their perspective and offer these men information and council on how to survive and thrive in an apocalyptic world that is increasingly hostile to their mere existance.
Finally, I see this blog as a small subsection of the great and glorious liberation movement that is Men’s Rights Activism.