Only Women Are Offered An
Alternative To Domestic Violence
From 1976 to 2002 in the USA the number of
women killed by their partners hardly changed at all, whereas the number of men
killed by their partners dropped by 70%.
Indeed, in 1976 men and women killed
each other at roughly equal rates.
So how is it that women still get
killed as often by their partners as they used to do, whereas men now get killed
far less often?
Well, the answer is really quite
The draconian procedures adopted by
the various domestic violence agencies throughout the past three decades have
given aggressing women a way of avoiding having to commit an act
Instead of killing their partners
(e.g. to eject them from their homes) aggressing women can now pick up their phones - and
call in the police.
On the other hand, aggressing
men do not have this option. They will get nowhere by picking up their phones.
And so the number of women killed by these men has hardly changed at all.
It must be obvious even to the
feminists and the various women's groups concerned with domestic violence that
people are far more likely to be aggressive if they have nowhere to turn to for
help, but to admit to the fact that their policies are saving the lives of men
rather than the lives of women is something that they are most unlikely to do, given that
this would expose their true agenda - which has nothing to do with decreasing
domestic violence against women.
Indeed, if domestic violence against
women was to decrease they would lose a major source of their funding. And if
they were to admit that the women using their services were not the weak and
wilting types but, rather, the aggressive violent types, they would also lose
much of their public support.
Indeed, this is the main reason that
they hide as best as they can what goes on inside their refuge centres. (The last
thing that they want the public to see is the kind of women who tend to use
Further evidence that it is aggressing
women who are the women making the most use of domestic violence services (as opposed to those who are in
genuine fear for their lives) comes from the work of Erin Pizzey - who was the founder
of the refuge centres for battered women in the UK.
Here is what she said.
"Most of the women arriving at our refuge centres were
more violent, even toward their children, than were the men they were supposedly escaping from."
Indeed, women are far more
aggressive now than they were in the mid 1970s. As such, one would expect that
they would be far more likely nowadays to aggress against men than they used to
And so one would expect that the
number of men killed by their female partners would have actually increased over the period
from 1976 to 2002.
But this has just not happened. The
number of men killed has actually decreased very dramatically.
And the reason for this is that aggressing
women can now pick up their phones instead.
Quite simply, aggressing women do
not need to act as violently as they used to do. They can get the authorities to
do their 'violence' for them.
On the other hand, women who are
being aggressed against are killed just as often as before - which is why the
death rates for women has hardly changed.
If the feminists and the women's
groups were really concerned about domestic violence against women, they would
be demanding that aggressing men were given the option of getting
help by picking up their phones.
And the fact that they vigorously
oppose providing any help to men who are feeling aggressive says a great deal
about what their true agenda really is - and decreasing domestic violence
against women clearly has very little to do with it.
Finally, the 1976 figures demonstrate quite clearly that men and women will kill
each other at roughly equal rates if they are treated equally by the
authorities. And this is further evidence for the well-supported view that women are just
as prone to relationship violence as men.
All that has happened since 1976 is
that aggressing women have been provided with an alternative to violence, whereas
aggressing men have