Petitions also call for him to be barred from South Korea, Brazil, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland and Iceland.
Hashtag campaign Blanc first attracted attention with a video where he described his exploits in Tokyo, Japan, telling rows of seated men, "If you're a white male you can do what you want." Outraged by what she saw, Washington-based Jennifer Li started a Twitter account and hashtag to #takedownjulienblanc, which has since inspired a Facebook page of the same name.
Behalve het rapport van de EMIS commissie die ‘dieselgate’ onderzocht keurde het Europees Parlement ook snel het voorstel 2016/0014 goed.
Daarin stelt de Europese Commissie nieuwe regels voor bij typekeuring van voertuigen, en controle hierop.
A seminar led by Blanc in Miami was featured in a TV documentary, The Hunt for Real Men, by the British documentary maker Tim Samuels broadcast on the Bio channel on June 27, 2014.
He spoke of how we resist change from anything we're used to, even if it's painful.
He justifies this with his past experience in approaching women in Tokyo.
Blanc comments that "in Tokyo, if you're a white male, you can do what you want" and “all you have to say to kinda like take the pressure off is just yell ‘Pikachu’ or ‘Pokemon’ or ‘Tamagotchi’ or something,” In an article in the British newspaper, the Independent, Li asserted that Blanc's video and other content he had posted online taught men how to assault women and that his video taught that "Asian women are a 'free for all' for predatory men," thereby encouraging men to abuse Asian women.
(CNN) -- A self-professed American dating expert who has said he feels like the most hated man in the world has been banned from entering another country -- Britain.
The UK has declined to issue a visa to Julien Blanc, an executive coach at Real Social Dynamics (RSD), a group that charges clients thousands of dollars to learn what have been described as sexist, misogynistic and violent acts towards women.