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Mon 15th May 2017

Do These Texts Show Partner Abuse?

Filed under: Domestic Violence,Gender Politics,General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 8:29 pm

This was a weird one. The heading was ‘Husband’s shocking texts reveal reality of domestic violence‘. Well we might have missed something but the texts didn’t seem shocking and there was nothing showing domestic violence happening or having happened. Is it we or they who are irrational? Or is it a cynical production of a false news story to cash in on the feminist fashion and cater to a market of unthinking bigots who will believe, without critical thinking or careful attention to the body of the article, any headline that fits their beliefs. The editor of the NZ Herald must also have fallen into that category. That list of women’s refuge and support groups must get quite good ratings because many opportunities are made to include it.

The story even gave the name of the woman involved as ‘KrissyKross’; one might think readers would read a bit more critically with that but there you go. The name apparently referred to an anonymous poster on an image-sharing web community, i.e. a site for finding and sharing pictures. The article didn’t even interview the woman or know who she or the accused man were or whether any of it was true. The allegations, not in the texts but in the blog writing by this woman, did not sound credible and there was certainly no evidence provided.

Perhaps the story was invented by the owners of the web site to attract more customers.

The motivation for making these texts public was unclear, even assuming that any such texts ever existed. The woman wrote that she released the texts “years later because the stigma that surrounds women who stay in abusive relationships had kept her silent”. Think about that for a moment. Does that give any reason for releasing the texts? No. The reason for releasing the texts appears to be either that the woman wanted to justify to herself and the world what she previously said and did, or she wanted to put the boot in for a bit more retribution against the man who wronged her, allegedly by being abusive; or both.

So the woman objected to the texts as abusive and wrong, yet she and millions of feminists reading this crap think that a woman making public what was intended to be private and a woman taking it upon herself to add to the punishment meted out by the state are behaviours so moral and ethical as to be lauded.

Is it we or they who are crazy?

2 Responses to “Do These Texts Show Partner Abuse?”

  1. Jerry says:

    Ah! but there is what you over-looked. The absence of abusiveness and evidence of violence is the abuse and violence they refer too. Never let the facts or evince get in the way of a good story . . . . But seriously now – there is a rowdy couple just up the street from me. We never hear him at this 100metre distance, but hear her shreaking as if she is being murdered. They live at BEGGAR level and do go about scrounging. I know them and talk to them. We seem on good terms. But if you see them together, they seem to be a good match. I suppose some folks do get along dealing to eachother in this way. So if he semt him {or vici verca} a message which most would consider to be abusive or violent – would it be so in fact – when considered in the context of their relationship. They have told me they were into drugs but are clean now, and have children they want to regain custody of. I told them that I do not fancy their chances of getting custody because from what I see of the couple, they could not feed clothe educate amuse etc etc the kids. They would need to sort out many things first. And that isn’t even commenting about their rows. But wouldn’t you know it – over the weekend {Herald or STUFF} there was an item saying that swearing and yelling was good for us and healthy – so who rreally knows how they would get on.

  2. Buster says:

    The Herald is a bullshit paper and nothing short of gutter tabloid journalism that extracts hearsay from the assholes of its cohorts in labour!

    We have no real journalists here anymore on TV, yes in radio we do and hard hitters too!

    Look at the shit on TV with Hosking and that useless anchor Hilary Barry. Jesus are we scrapping the barrel for content on that one.

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