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Sun 28th May 2017

I’d like to think that the pendulum has finally begun to swing the other way …

Filed under: General — golfa @ 8:32 pm

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11 Responses to “I’d like to think that the pendulum has finally begun to swing the other way …”

  1. Voices back from the bush says:

    Your link didnt work golfa.
    Not sure if its this story:

    http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11865129

  2. Buster says:

    Good Post

    Now the problem is, the media won’t persue it because of self interest so the only way to keep this one alive is to post it to as many websites you know including face-book, then if you got time email it to every feminist in parliament.

    There is a website where by you can get the emails of all politicians, however if you target say a dozen and get no response when you populate( mass email, include yourself), then you just resend except this time add in all the newspaper organisations. That will FUCK them up and have to respond.

    Keep doing it and you will be amazed how quickly they come back then.

    I will be doing exactly that tonight! She is a fine example of a predator, oh and JERRY,and MARTIN……… WHAT DID I SAY ABOUT DENIAL EVEN AFTER BEING CAUGHT. she won’t do it again, yeah right! Its gotta come from the perpetrator FIRST then you help and only then. A high degree of probability that it has something to do with their own childhood and the manifestations that it brings for them to seek others who are/were mistreated, neglected. BUT not all! So yes, I accept your apologies.

  3. Downunder says:

    There is no swinging pendulum, just an hour glass, and one day it runs out.

  4. Voices back from the bush says:

    Australian mens movement is “streets” ahead of us when it comes to organising themselves.

    We spend too much time agonising and disagreeing.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4292064/Male-protesters-stop-traffic-support-men-s-rights.html

  5. martin says:

    @4 – I agree, I have never seen a bigger bunch of bickering old ladies (myself included)!
    I’d like to see some action. If I had it my I’d like to see all me strike for a day, but that is unlikely to ever happen due to the number of men out there who should have vaginas (maybe they do).

    I think there needs to be more protests / disruption. I am not talking violence. Nobody other than ourselves (and perhaps a few curious family court lawyers) visit this site, that’s just the way it is.

    I thought bringing the Red Pill to Wellington was a good idea, it just didn’t get enough publicity when it was “banned” from the lighthouse.

    Has anybody got any good ideas?

  6. martin says:

    Buster @2 nobody said that criminals don’t deny committing a crime even after being caught. You will be a long time waiting on an apology from me for something that you made up. I can’t speak for Jerry.

  7. Downunder says:

    @4 I doubt you’ve been there and met them, and you’re making the wrong assumption.

    What you are seeing is us 10 – 15 years ago. Their situation, because of more advantageous law reforms in the past has deteriorated at a slower pace.

    Men’s political activity is getting a media presence that our judiciary silenced. The population never saw what happened therefore it didn’t happen because our superior media would have reported it.

    Was the planned entrapment by the now Police Commissioner Bush, and chasing me around Auckland in a police helicopter, news or just a failed and illegal waste of police resources.

    Australian male politicians are well aware of what Auntie Helen did, and what has happened here, they were watching, are well informed, and not inclined to kneel down to the silly bitches like ours are.

  8. martin says:

    I’m intrigued Downunder – what was this heli chase all about?
    How did the judiciary silence the media?

    I feel like I’ve been living under a rock!

  9. Downunder says:

    @5 at Martin

    You see up the top of the page, it tells you the purpose of this website.

    It’s not a magic wand, it’s a conversation.

    UOF and all the other groups who have been, gone or are currently active are out there doing what they think is necessary.

    Don’t start belittling people who come here in a lot of cases, out of necessity when they suddenly find themselves isolated and bewildered by what’s happened, or those who will never forget what happened to them.

    Call it the veterans’ association of a peacetime conflict;

    But we won’t remember them because we don’t know what happened.

  10. Downunder says:

    @8 Did Piglet Mahoney get a knighthood?

  11. Man X Norton says:

    There are signs of the pendulum swinging but it’s still tentative. For example, in Queenstown Judge Nevin Dawson thought it ok to ride as a white knight to the rescue of a violent woman. When a stranger criticized this woman’s friend for racist ranting in a public place, she threw a cup of hot chocolate over that stranger and caused facial burning and scarring. The judge decided that this violent woman had suffered enough already because of criticism of her over social media. The judge also claimed the offending was “at the lower level” (wow, imagine if it had been a male offender!), that the offending was ‘brattish, stupid and impulsive’ (well yes, but mainly it was seriously violent and caused injury), that “the incident was a one-off” (violent offence is a better description than the euphemism ‘incident’, and anyone who would throw hot liquid into someone’s face is likely to have a propensity towards violence so it’s a careless assumption to call it ‘one-off’), and that a conviction might derail this violent woman’s “career plans in the education sector” and her ability to travel overseas. So the judge discharged her without conviction. She must have been attractive and blinked suggestively at the judge! Great, so our education sector will benefit from the input of a violent woman who has now had her violence excused.

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