Four old members of a masculist group that was active in Quebec between 1990 and 1992, and got national coverage and attention in their days, the ''Collectif anti-féministe'', say now that all the progress that has been made in the cause of men and men's rights in the last 15 years in that province is not due to the effort of local groups and the local masculist movement, but largely to outside influence. According to them, whatever progress was made in Quebec since the days of Marc Lepine, Roch Coté and the ''Collectif'' is due to the efforts of American and European masculists and the huge influence of Fathers4Justice. Quebecers themselves were never able to build a strong masculist movement, ''they constantly needed outside help and still do'', says John Gisogod, the new leader of the reformed ''Collectif''.
Gisogod says that the present masculist movement in Quebec is in disarray: its main groups and its very few publications and internet sites are so weak, that they all need to be replaced. Replaced how? To this embarrassing question, Gisogod's answer is very blunt: ''we need to tear down both websites: L'Après-Rupture and Gars Content. We need to replace support groups and associations that are riddled with incompetence and infiltrated by manginas and feminist supporters. We need a complete change.'' Is the ''Collectif anti-féministe'' going to become active again? To this Gisogod answers unequivocally: ''we re-enter the fight, and we are certainly not here to cooperate and help them, we intend to take over and retake our rightful place as leaders of the men's movement in Quebec''.
Possible war between Quebec masculists