In other words, if it appears to be the case that, let us say, more
than 10% of domestic violence victims turning up at the police station are
men, then it is being said that this could only appear to be the case
because there must be gender bias
against women within the system!
In other words, it cannot possibly be that men make up more than 10% of
domestic violence victims.
It just isn't possible!
Despite huge amounts of research evidence pointing to the fact that men
are just as often the victims of domestic violence as women, the US
Department of Justice is stating that this cannot possibly be the case.
This is not only totally outrageous but it really does reveal just how
utterly corrupt, self-serving, dishonest and hateful towards men are those
who work within the justice system.
Quite clearly, these people are often, nowadays, little more than
loathsome parasites who fill their bellies and their bank accounts by
stirring up hatred towards men in order to reap the rewards from the
ensuing problems that this causes, and by employing policies that are
specifically designed to disadvantage
And more men need to wake up to the fact that there is a huge and very
lucrative industry out there which thrives on demonising and
disadvantaging men in virtually all the important aspects of their lives;
health, education, family etc etc.
And it is not going to go away unless YOU stand up to it - which means
undermining it both from within and from without at every opportunity.
And yet it is men, not women, who make up the vast majority of victims of
So, why does the UN seem relatively unconcerned about male victims of
ANSWER: Feminist propaganda, feminist policies and the demonisation of men
allow the UN and other government agencies to control even the most
private and intimate aspects of people's relationships - on the fraudulent
grounds that they merely want to protect women.
The truth, however, is that these people simply want bigger empires,
bigger expense accounts and bigger pensions.
And the billions of dollars that this requires has to come from
you - hence the persistent lies and
exaggerations about rape, domestic violence, sex-trafficking etc.
DRAT. You need to be a member to read the article; but it shows
that men are more often victims of serious domestic violence than
is currently accepted by the domestic violence industry.
The authors discuss a recent meta-analysis with the finding
that a woman’s perpetration of violence was the strongest
predictor of her being a victim of partner violence.
At last! It is finally 'discovered' that domestic violence is
mostly caused and perpetrated by women.
Haven't I always said so?
Yes, I have.
Anyway. Have you noticed how totally acceptable it is to the
general public for men to be beaten, kicked, slapped, punched and,
in general, physically assaulted by women - with such incidents
often characterised on screen as humorous, or deserving - whereas
the complete opposite is true when it comes to men assaulting
Yes. You have noticed all right.
But what does this tell us about what goes on in real life?
It tells us that men are far more often the victims of women's
violence in real life than vice versa.
Indeed, I would say that the accepting attitude of the public
to what happens on the screen when it comes to violence against men is
strong and additional
evidence for the view that men are,
by far, more likely to be the
victims of domestic violence than are women.
(And if you read the
piece entitled Would You
Sign This Contract? you will see that men do, indeed, make up
the vast majority of victims of domestic violence).
Furthermore, I can think of no circumstance where the public's general
degree of willingness to accept attitudes and behaviours depicted on the
screen does not reflect their attitudes
and behaviours in real life.
Thus, for example, if the public thinks that it is wrong when a
character (fictional or otherwise) behaves in a certain manner
towards somebody else on the screen, they will likely believe the
same when it comes to real life.
As such, it seems to me that if you want to determine what,
exactly, is going on in the real world when it comes to domestic
violence, you only need to look at the public's reaction to what
is happening on the screen.