Home Office Tactics Stir Up More DV
idea that domestic violence lurks behind many of the nation's bedroom doors,
tacitly accepted or quietly ignored, is a myth. Josie Appleton
Yep: There is yet another huge domestic
violence advertising campaign being launched in order to stir up more hatred
towards men and, indeed, to stir up even more domestic violence towards women.
What fun, eh?
Apparently, the advertising space and creative
costs for the new DV campaign were donated by sections of 'the media'.
Yes indeed. Certain sections of 'the media'
make a great deal of money from sex and violence, and from demonising men
They love it!
And as you fathers out there watch your kids
being slowly turned against you as they grow up, do remember those people in
'the media' who so willingly helped to f**k up your relationships with them.
But Angry Harry! I've never done anything to
harm my kids - or anyone else for that matter. My kids won't be
affected by such campaigns.
EVERYONE will have a more negative attitude
toward you as a result of these poisonous campaigns.
Your very status as a human being is devalued
And let me remind readers that the serious
physical abuse of children is mostly carried out by women.
Even the NSPCC admits to this!
But there will be no
similar campaigns aimed at stopping women's domestic violence with posters and TV
adverts of women seriously assaulting children.
Why do you think this is - given that the
interests of children are supposed to be paramount?
look. Here comes the cavalry! ...
than 100 people have been arrested in raids across London in a drive to combat
There is something strangely ludicrous about
this sort of thing. I presume that it is some kind of publicity stunt designed
to put fear into the heart of every alleged domestic violence perpetrator.
It is almost pitiful.
And it won't work!
This sort of thing will simply increase
insecurity and, hence, domestic violence, right throughout the land.
And the traitors in the UK's Home Office know
If there are 100 people out there deserving of
being arrested, then they should have been arrested at the time when they were
deserving of it.
This publicity stunt will achieve nothing.
Police officers are simply being forced into
making fools of themselves by their bosses - the Organ Monkeys
in blue uniforms.
Imagine for the moment a school playground
wherein 250 teenage boys and 250 teenage girls daily mingle with each other.
Most of the time they get on pretty well. There are tensions and there are
disputes, but, on the whole, they survive quite happily together. But there are
occasional outbursts of violence between small groups of boys and
girls, or just between individuals.
And, on occasion, the teacher comes along and
says, That's it. I've had enough. And he **ALWAYS** grabs one of the boys
and hauls him out of the playground - perhaps even expelling him from the
And a great display is made of this to all the
The singled-out perpetrator's photograph is
then put on the school noticeboard.
"Another BOY expelled for bad
behaviour!" says the headline.
Tell me. Is this strategy going to work?
It will not.
1. The boys will start to become more enraged
at the system and at the girls - hence more disharmony.
2. The boys will feel increasingly threatened
and insecure, which means that they will be more ready to react with hostility -
hence more disharmony.
3. The girls will take increasing advantage of
the fact that they are free to engage in their bad behaviours because they are never
singled out for punishment, and so they will become more arrogant and
provocative toward the boys - hence even more disharmony.
Well, this is the situation that currently
applies to men and women vis-a-vis their relationships. The police and the
officials pretty much always take the same side. They always side with the
women. And especially so in their publicity about such matters.
This is not a recipe for harmony. This is a
recipe for disharmony.
But, of course, this is exactly what the abuse
The organism that is the abuse industry
thrives on stirring up disharmony.
And, in fact, there are two additional factors
that will tend to make matters even worse!
Let's go back to the playground.
4. The teacher is not watching all the time.
In fact, the teacher isn't anywhere near the playground for 99.9% of the time.
And so there is no way to keep an eye - or a lid - on the growing
disharmony that is actually taking place. (This is the reality for men and women
in their relationships. For 99.9% of the time, no-one in officialdom is
watching.) As such, it is not very difficult for the boys to get their revenge.
(And it doesn't have to be through violence. But revenge it will be!)
5. The boys are bigger than the girls. And
yet it is the boys who are being provoked!
What could be more stupid?
What could be more destructive to the social
The occasional expulsion exclusively of boys
from the school has repercussions throughout the whole playground.
Every girl will be negatively affected by it.
And the more that the teachers publicise the
expulsions (i.e. the police DV adverts) the greater will the repercussions be
for everyone else.
Finally, in order to ram this point home.
Imagine that the Americans went into Iraq with
a few thousand troops (teachers) and that whenever there was a problem of
'violence' between the Sunni and Shia, they **always** arrested members of the
Shia - the stronger group.
Would this be a recipe for peace?
Would this create harmony between the Sunni
No. It would do the complete opposite.
The stronger Shia would react overtly or
covertly by creating the most enormous problems for the Sunni.
Only a complete and utter moron would provoke
the stronger group - unless, that is, they actually want a lot of trouble.
Well, this is exactly what feminists and those
imbeciles in the
abuse industry are doing to us ***ALL*** with regard to the way in which they
tackle the issue of 'domestic violence'. (And how they tackle many other
And in much the same way that if
the Americans in Iraq were making matters worse between the Sunni and Shia they
would deserve to be kicked out of Iraq, so it is that the domestic violence
industry needs to be shut down and kicked out of our lives. All of us, both men
and women, are having worse relationship problems as a result of its activities.
Furthermore, the attitude of men toward women
is deteriorating throughout the western world. Perhaps a very simple example of
this was the recent UK report showing that women were often charged more for
services (e.g. by plumbers) than were men. Thirty years ago, the opposite would
have been true.
But many groups nowadays benefit very
handsomely by stirring
up problems for people in intimate relationships.
And we all know who they are!
Also see Fathers Groups Miss The Big Picture
to see why the Home Office wants to stir up trouble for people in close