Thursday, August 14, 2014

Whale Oil calls Cantabrians Scum and Useless Pricks!

Whale Oil. You are pure filth and I hope you cost National the election. I would like you to try and call me a useless prick or scum to my face and walk away. And you are a mate of John Key and Judith Collins! FFS what has this country come to? Scum of the earth you lot, I hope you and your Tory mates rot in hell you fat arse lazy parasite. You have crossed the lines of decency with these comments. You can expect legal action from this mental outburst you deranged ape!





http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/10385310/Earthquake-victims-scum-says-blogger


Islanders are useless and East Christchurch earthquake victims scum, controversial blogger Cameron Slater allegedly says in emails disclosed by Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager.
Writing to his friend Peter Smith (not his real name) after the February earthquake, Slater says: ‘‘The place is f****d,  they should should just board it up and close it down.’’ 
Smith: A real tragedy, but it will f***k labour for the election.
Slater: Yep blessings.
Slater: What i can’t believe...is how we have to bail out those useless pricks in the sth island, again.’ 
Smith: I said to someone today National should let them rot, after all they are useless scum Labour voters especially in the areas where the earthquake hit..well hopefully more scum will labour voters will piss off to Australia (and) at least the uninsured get (f***ing) nothing.’
Slater: Those suburbs are hard core Labour...the owners will be Nat voters though and the voters tenants, so the houses are gone and the scum are gone too, and they should get nothing.
Cantabrians had been to hell and back since the earthquakes and it was a "disgrace" for Slater to have called Christchurch quake victims "scum", Labour MP Clayton Cosgrove said.
Cosgrove, Labour’s candidate for the Waimakariri electorate, said the book made it clear Slater was a "mouthpiece" for the National government. 
Prime Minister John Key should "denounce Slater for everything he said and everything he stands for", Cosgrove said.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

UK study finds women are more controlling and aggressive towards their partners than men

Quote: Study leader Dr Elizabeth Bates said: ‘The stereotypical popular view is still one of dominant control by men. That does occur but research over the last ten to 15 years has highlighted the fact that women are controlling and aggressive in relationships too.’ She said scientists may have to think again about the reasons for male violence against women, which previous studies said arose from ‘patriarchal values’ in which men are motivated to seek to control women’s behaviour, using violence if necessary. She said other research also looked at men in prisons and women in refuges, rather than  typical members of the public.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2669408/Rise-female-relationship-terrorists-Study-finds-women-controlling-aggressive-partners-men.html

Daily Mail
26 June 2014

Rise of the female 'relationship terrorists': Study finds women are more controlling and aggressive towards their partners than men
By Emine Sinmaz and Sarah Griffiths

- Psychologists found more women are verbally or physically abusive to partner

- Within partner relationships, women are just as controlling as men

- It suggests 'intimate partner violence' may not be motivated by patriarchal values, as previously thought

Convention has it that women are the gentler sex.

But when it comes to relationships they are more likely than men to be controlling and aggressive, a study claims.

Increasing numbers of women can now be classed as ‘intimate  terrorists’, meaning that they are verbally and physically violent towards a partner.

Psychologists at the University of Cumbria questioned 1,104 young men and women using a scale of behaviour which ranged from shouting and insulting to pushing, beating and using weapons.

They discovered that women were ‘significantly’ more likely to be  verbally and physically aggressive to men than vice versa.

They concluded that violence was linked to controlling behaviour such as checking up on partners and persuading them not to see certain friends.

The term ‘intimate terrorism’ was coined in the 1990s when US sociologist Michael P Johnson used it to define an extreme form of controlling relationship behaviour involving threats, intimidation and violence.

He said men were almost always responsible, and the phrase gained notoriety when TV cook Nigella Lawson claimed that she had been subjected to acts of ‘intimate  terrorism’ by her ex-husband, Charles Saatchi.

But the latest research turns the accepted view on its head.

Study leader Dr Elizabeth Bates said: ‘The stereotypical popular view is still one of dominant control by men. That does occur but research over the last ten to 15 years has highlighted the fact that women are controlling and aggressive in relationships too.’

She said scientists may have to think again about the reasons for male violence against women, which previous studies said arose from ‘patriarchal values’ in which men are motivated to seek to control women’s behaviour, using violence if necessary.

She said other research also looked at men in prisons and women in refuges, rather than  typical members of the public.

The study team were surprised at the level of violence shown by some women, revealed in answers to an anonymous questionnaire.

Dr Bates, who presented her findings at the annual meeting of  the forensic division of the British Psychological Society, in Glasgow, said: ‘It wasn’t just pushing and shoving. Some people were circling the boxes for things like beating up, kicking, and threatening to  use a weapon.’

She added men may be starting to report the issue more often. ‘A contributing factor could be that in the past women have talked about it more,’ she said. ‘The feminist movement made violence towards women something we talk about.

‘Now there is more support for men and more of them are feeling comfortable coming forward.’

The analysis showed that, while women tended to be more physically aggressive towards their partners, men were more likely to show violence towards members of the same sex, including friends.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Sir Owen Glenn's report is a load of rot.


The Family Court does not help children. It is not in the child's best interests. When is somebody going to expose the gender bias Family Court is a dysfunctional mess that should be eradicated for the sake of children and falsely accused fathers. The alleged perpetrators are always treated as guilty. Once you become a respondent in protection orders proceedings you might as kiss your arse goodbye, as you have no show of ever showing the system they got it wrong. When will the truth become a factor in the terrible femily caught?How many more innocent dads will be shafted through this sick court system? I hate violence towards women, as much as I detest a system that promotes and thrives on false allegations of domestic violence. You think we would value our children more. Shame on all that work in that disgusting family court. How any of you can sleep at night is beyond my comprehension.

Anyway here is a foolish Glenn report;



Video:
Sir Owen Glenn's independent inquiry into family violence suggests shifting the burden of proof in "domestic" cases so that alleged perpetrators are considered guilty unless they can prove they are innocent. ...
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11275085

Sunday, May 11, 2014

It's time to stand up for men's rights

It’s time to stand up for men’s rights 
Michael Coren
QMI Agency 
May 08, 2014
 
Earlier this year, Queen’s University student and feminist activist Danielle d’Entremont was punched multiple times in the face by a stranger.
 
Danielle has linked the attack to her opposition to an event hosted on campus by men’s rights group Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE). The group has just offered a $1,000 reward to bring Danielle’s attacker to justice.
 
Frankly, I have no idea if the repulsive physical attack was politically motivated or not and neither does the victim nor CAFE. The greater point, however, is that groups like CAFE are tired of contemporary feminism marginalizing and libelling men.
 
Are they correct? I didn’t think so until a few years ago I was asked to write a men’s column for another daily newspaper.
 
What I encountered was evidence of a campaign to discredit men and a legal and sociological campaign to remove their rights as husbands and partners and, in particular, fathers.
 
I’m very lucky to be in a happy marriage with a wonderful wife and with four great kids. I have never been a victim.
 
As soon as I wrote this column, however, I was inundated with stories of men, good men, who had lost their homes, their savings, their freedom, their children, after false and malicious complaints.
 
The anecdotes had similar themes. A married couple with children. The marriage falls apart, nobody’s fault in particular. She gets a lawyer, and suddenly alleges that she’s been abused — it’s not true, but it means he has to leave the home, has hardly any rights, can’t see the kids.
 
They divorce, he has to pay a lot of money in support even though she’s already with another man and doing very well financially. He now lives in a basement apartment.
 
He’s allowed to see the kids every second weekend, one night a week. But often she says they’re not well or she’s just not there when he goes to pick the children up. After repeated pleas he shouts, bangs on the door. She calls the police, he’s arrested, convicted, put on probation and humiliated.
 
Or how about the couple who argue and hit each other, or she hits him and he does nothing.
 
The cops come and only he is arrested. Don’t expect sympathy or fairness from the police and judges — this is political law now and they are terrified of finding against a woman accuser.
 
Men having to pay extremely high levels of alimony even when the man is poor, the woman now wealthy. Men lied about, assumed to be in the wrong, treated like a natural abuser.
 
Yes, I know you’ve heard all of the stories about abusive men, women victims and deadbeat dads and of course some of that is true, but nowhere near in the numbers that we have been told to believe.
 
Almost all of the feminist movement’s demands were given, and rightly so, decades ago, and while there is clearly work still to be done, we do not live in the 1890s. Now we have feminists silencing contrary speech on campus, women’s studies courses that waste minds and money and feminist law that denies equality.
 
It’s enough to make you cry, but real men don’t do that, do they?

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Child abuse is rising in the land of millk and honey!

This is frigging deplorable but she'll be right says the twisted kiwi mentality. We should have zero tolerance to this depraved behaviour!

God help the vulnerable children.



Child abuse is rising in NZ
Stuff.co 23 October 2013
Sixty children a day are being abused, with few signs that New Zealand’s appalling record of caring for our young is improving.
Latest figures show there were 21,778 substantiated child abuse claims in the year to June, slightly more than in the previous year.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett said it was still early days in the fight against child abuse.
“The fact that children are being seriously abused and neglected at such high rates proves in itself that our priority and attention should be on them,” she said.
Children’s Commissioner Russell Wills said the number showed the public’s tolerance for violence against women and children still had a way to go.
“One is too many and 22,000 is a very high number . . . We need it to come down,” he said.
BY THE NUMBERS148,209 notifications of child abuse or neglect
21,778 cases of substantiated abuse
12,072 of emotional abuse
5104 of neglect
3190 of assault
1412 of sexual abuse
17,181 children abused 2
309 children abused more than once in the past six months
37 children abused under state care.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/9314332/Child-abuse-is-rising-in-NZ

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Shame Official Trailer



Unfortunately the gender bias justice system does not recognize female violence towards vulnerable men.  Don't bother ringing the feminist directed cops, because they laugh at men who get beaten up by women. Don't bother ringing a lawyer, because the female assaults male charge is not written into criminal law. More and more men are getting bashed by violent females without any legal consequences, but who cares, eh bent judge! Your system sucks. Women punch hard too. What a sick, sad world. At least movies like Shame help highlight an escalating problem for men in the Western World.