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Sat 17th April 2021

Hate Speech

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:20 am

I hate to say this but when we have modern left-wing governments in power there are always more detrimental consequences for men.

These changes often come dressed in disguise though, and we don’t see the ulterior motives intended by any proposed changes.

We don’t see much being written on menz these days either. It’s as if men have resigned themselves to civilized failure.

So, seeing the hate laws that are being proposed by the current government of New Zealand … how do you think they might affect us men?

Fri 16th April 2021

Deceased Estates

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 4:35 pm

If a man’s life was starting to look like it wasn’t his own, you can rest assured neither will his death be once new inheritance laws are impacted.

Proposals are being considered by the Law Commission at present;

“Other potential changes include giving a surviving partner the right to property of their deceased partner’s estate in the same way as if they had separated or divorced, and for certain family members to claim from a dead relative’s estate to meet their needs if they are not properly provided for in a will.”

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/law-commission-proposes-changes-to-out-of-date-succession-legislation/Y5BOCKAWEEZBCO3Z3MVMZEEGXQ/?fbclid=IwAR3OrtpxMut8rqxEJbTLsnSPKXQ8MC-ihZuBiiS7PV0bGgeMJw_nbXG4tlY

Mon 12th April 2021

Nurit Zubery wrote a thesis on the impacts of men during and after divorce.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 1:00 pm

RNZ Audio Link here.

Nurit Zubery is an NZ woman who was a feminist. Like many before her, she changed her mind.

Nurit Zubery wrote a thesis on the impacts of men during and after divorce. She says there was very little world research on the impact of men divorcing. This is part of what she reported in her Thesis.

Nurit Zubery Masters supervisor is Auckland University Professor of Law Mark Henaghan.

Canadian Research show;

Men commit suicide 4.8x more than woman following divorce.

Men are admitted to a psychiatric hospital 9x more after divorce.

Men have accidents double from 6 months before devoice to 6 months after divorce.

Men develop health problems at a much higher level like heart attacks and diabetes
after divorce.

Cambridge research shows.

Almost 50% of couples divorce in the Weston world.

Woman initiate about 70% of divorce.

Woman do not have anywhere near the same severe reactions to divorce.

I can’t find Nurit Zubery Thesis online. Some help from others if they can find it and add it here.

RNZ Link Here

To the Government of New Zealand – Where are the laws to reduce teen suicide? The hope and wait system is not working.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 7:10 am

Dear Jacinda Ardern. Here is a question for you. If a Government sits back and watches social media cause the suicide (now coined “mental health”) of its citizens and does nothing, are they to blame for the death of thousands of our youth?

Jac, if someone causes the death of someone with a weapon, car, their bare hands, neglect of safety it is not OK. If someone causes the death of another with published words it’s OK. For me I just see a dead person the pleasure and glee of someone else or organisation.

Both the writer of social media and the publisher i.e. social media platform need to be fined and sent to prison.

This news report written by Mr Jonathan Bucks for Dailymail. Cut and pasted because I have found such articals that fly in the face of a narative are ofden deleted. That and people just don’t bother to read it. All credit to Jonathan Bucks and Dailymail who have the balls to publish it.

Teen School Boy victim of the ‘rape culture’ witch-hunt

A teenage schoolboy today reveals how a torrent of anonymous, false claims that he is a sexual predator have turned his life into a nightmare.

The stress caused by the allegations has led the 18-year-old, a pupil at one of Britain’s leading private schools, to seek psychiatric help, while his family have been terrorised by death threats.
The boy also fears the claims made online could wreak long-term damage to his prospects, as his hopes of studying at Cambridge University now hang by a thread.

His ordeal began when allegations that he had spiked drinks and forced himself on women appeared on Instagram. He angrily denies any inappropriate behaviour and believes the claims were maliciously fabricated by a former friend following a fallout.

Yet in an increasingly febrile atmosphere that has seen more than 14,000 anonymous claims of sexual attacks at schools posted on the Everyone’s Invited website – and one of Britain’s top police officers predicting a #MeToo moment in the world of education – the drip of allegations against the boy quickly became a deluge, including the suggestion that he was a rapist and on the Sex Offenders Register.

Despite his strenuous denials, the teenager – whom we will call David – has been ordered to study at home by his school, which has called in police to investigate the claims.
But neither teachers nor officers will tell the boy or his mother the exact details of the case against him, while officers have admitted to the shattered teenager that an investigation could take months.

Perhaps tellingly, the anonymous creator of the Instagram account where the initial claims were made last week quietly deleted it, but the appalling impact on David will be far harder to remove.
‘I have been treated like a criminal from day one,’ he told The Mail on Sunday. ‘I feel very strongly that women need to speak out if they are victims, but the way I have been treated is a witch-hunt.

‘I have not been given any chance to defend myself and my school has acted as if I’m guilty right from the start. It has felt as if they are so nervous about their reputation they are willing to risk my future to avoid being seen as rape apologists. How can it be that anonymous allegations posted on social media can threaten to ruin my life like this?’

David, who fears he will not now achieve the predicted As and A*s in his A-levels that he needs to get his place to study politics at Cambridge, has lost 11 lb in weight since the claims appeared, and has seen by a psychiatric nurse due to fears over his mental health.

Once outgoing, he now wears a mask in public for fear of being recognised in the street.

‘I’m much more nervous in public now, much more careful when I go outside,’ he said. ‘I’m always looking over my shoulder in case someone is coming for me.

‘I have spent every day for weeks waiting for the police to knock on the front door. In some ways, it would be a good thing. It would finally be an opportunity to speak for myself. For now, I feel completely trapped.’

Far from being a sex offender, David insists he has always tried to defend female friends subjected to sexist taunts and gropes. During his 16th birthday party at the family home, he ejected a male friend who had been pawing at a girl, and he last year gave evidence in court during a domestic abuse case after witnessing a man assaulting his partner in the street.

David’s ordeal began on Wednesday, March 17, when he noticed that he was losing hundreds of his Instagram followers. The posts made by his accuser were blocked to him, but a friend sent him screenshots which he read with mounting horror.

By that evening, a trickle of anonymous posts had escalated and a specific Instagram account, naming David and inviting testimonies, had been created. The similar style in which they were all written convinced David they were by the same person, but they were widely shared.

‘In some ways that was the most stressful moment,’ David recalled. ‘I watched it all go viral in real time and there was nothing I could do about it. I couldn’t stop what was being written and I couldn’t respond. I was absolutely powerless.’

He soon began receiving personal abuse and threats. One chilling social-media message warned: ‘I’ve got people on to you. I know you’re a rapist.’

Friends who rallied around to post messages of support were branded ‘rape apologists’. Without prompting, an ex-girlfriend defended David but was also shouted down by an online mob.

On the very day that David’s life was starting to fall apart, Everyone’s Invited – a website that collects testimonies of victims of sexual assault in education – hit the mainstream media with reports that Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith, West London, had filed complaints of rape and harassment to the police following anonymous claims on the site.

Allegations posted on the site, established last June by campaigner Soma Sara, now involve scores of schools in the state and private sector across the country and have sparked an investigation by education watchdog Ofsted.

Chief Constable Simon Bailey, the national police spokesman on child protection, appeared to give credence to the claim’s truth last month when he predicted that a ‘rape culture’ in schools would become the ‘next big child sexual abuse scandal to hit the country’.

Concern was, however, expressed about his comments, not least given the scandal over Operation Midland, the catastrophic Metropolitan Police investigation into bogus claims of child abuse by serial fantasist Carl Beech against high-profile figures including former Tory Cabinet Minister Lord Brittan and Lord Bramall, a former Chief of the Defence Staff.

A report by Sir Richard Henriques, a former High Court judge, subsequently condemned the police for describing Beech’s claims as ‘credible and true’ despite a singular lack of evidence. Beech was jailed for 18 years.

On the surge in school sex abuse claims, Lord Macdonald, a former Director of Public Prosecutions, has warned: ‘We may live to regret a headlong rush into criminalisation.’
And in an article for The Mail on Sunday last week, former Education Secretary Lord Blunkett wrote: ‘Is it wise for a Chief Constable to judge as fact the anonymous, as yet unproven, accounts of teenagers? Also, in effect, to endorse the shocking view of the website’s founder that there is a “rape culture” in British schools and colleges? I believe that it takes only a moment’s reflection to realise this might trigger unforeseen and dangerous consequences.’

For David, mob justice arrived in mere hours. The day after the claims were made, he found himself jeered in school corridors and ignored by friends in lessons.
By the time he arrived home, David’s mother could tell something was wrong. ‘He had barely eaten the day before and seemed extremely anxious,’ she said. ‘That night I cooked him his favourite meal but he didn’t have a bite and just took himself to bed.’

Naturally, she wondered if he was stressed about his exams and gently asked what was troubling him. When he finally showed her the social-media posts and threats, a chill ran down her spine.
‘He was in a complete state and seemed shell-shocked,’ she said. ‘What was particularly horrifying was that we discovered that even my ex-husband, who is estranged from the family, received personal threats. He rang me up and said he thought we might have to get out of the house.’

David’s mother phoned the school but got no reply. Then she called the police. Within hours, two officers arrived at the family home and were shown the posts.

To David’s dismay, they were dismissed as ‘cyberbullying’. When he expressed concern that the claims might be believed by the authorities, an officer said: ‘If we thought this was a problem, we would arrest you on the spot.’ The apparent indifference came despite their concern about David’s mental health, so serious that they called an ambulance. Paramedics advised the teenager to see a psychiatric nurse, which he did the following day. He returned home to find that the school had called to suggest that he remain at home for a few days for his own safety.

Online, however, the situation continued to worsen. Dozens more social-media posts appeared and the number of followers of the hate-filled Instagram account grew to three figures.

Requests to Instagram (owned by Facebook) by David’s friends and family to have the page removed went unanswered.

On Sunday, March 21, the school rang again, this time to say they had received allegations about David and he was not to return to school.

‘They said the police were involved and they couldn’t tell me any more about the nature of the allegations or who had made them,’ his mother said. ‘They said David wasn’t being excluded or suspended but that he shouldn’t come to school while the matter was with the police. They tried to suggest that it was for his own wellbeing but that just felt like an excuse because they didn’t want him in. The tone completely changed.’

David’s absence from school only served to put the rumour mill into overdrive. Without any facts, gossip and conjecture thrived, including false reports that he had been arrested.
Starved of face-to-face teaching and fearful that the school’s offer of attending lessons via Zoom would only provide a fresh opportunity for his tormentors, deadlines for coursework slipped and David became increasingly worried that his teacher-assessed grades, introduced because of coronavirus, would fall short of what he needed for Cambridge.
Previously loyal school friends abandoned him, and others got in contact purely to interrogate him about the allegations.

A few have remained by his side. ‘I’ve learned who my true friends are and it would have been impossible to go through this alone,’ he said. ‘Friends and family kept me going.’
As David struggled to study, his mother found getting any clarity from the school or police equally frustrating.

During a phone call on Monday, March 22, an officer admitted that her son’s case was one of hundreds they were dealing with so it was likely to be months before a resolution was found. ‘That was when I felt completely trapped,’ David said. ‘I was powerless.’

His mother said she got even less information from the school. ‘I wrote four letters to the head teacher that week but didn’t receive a reply,’ she added. ‘I tried calling dozens of times but no one got back to me. When I did finally talk to someone, they just told me that it was being dealt with by the police and they couldn’t help.

‘It was utterly infuriating. David was not even allowed to know what had been alleged, let alone give his side of the story. There was a presumption of guilt on the part of the school right from the start and he was never given the opportunity to prove his innocence.’

To add insult to injury, a bill for David’s school fees landed on the doormat that same week. The school, which counts numerous academics, actors and musicians among its alumni, charges about £20,000 a year and says on its website it has a duty to safeguard and protect the welfare of all pupils.

Last week, the police informed David that they are interviewing three people in connection with the allegations made against him – but will still not tell him what the precise claims are.
The family are now seeking legal advice on how to clear his name and about bringing a defamation case against the person who made the allegations.
‘I don’t even know what the allegations are yet but I want to know and I want the chance to speak for myself,’ said David.

‘Right now, it seems that every girl thinks I’m a sexual predator. I’m aware a lot of people will never see me in the same light but I have to do whatever I can to clear my name. I just cannot believe that a series of anonymous allegations posted on social media by people trying to ruin my life can have this kind of impact.’

Despite his experience, David believes girls and women should be encouraged to come forward to the police to report allegations.

‘It shows how poorly these kinds of cases are dealt with that women have to resort to posting claims anonymously on a website,’ he said. ‘These have been the worst weeks of my life. I just hope that some justice can prevail. I want to put it behind me and look forward to university and the rest of my life.’

Sun 11th April 2021

RNZ Settlements

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 5:44 pm

Screenshot taken from Twitter.

This is not something I know anything about.

When I saw this from Sean Plunkett I thought at the very least media may be letting themselves down here.

Any information gratefully accepted in the comments.

Leadership

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:34 pm

Leadership was definitely an issue being discussed in the public discourse this weekend without news of the death of Prince Philip.

A long distinguished career as the Queen’s husband has been central to his 99 years, more so than his miltary career, in the service of the Commonwealth of Nations to which New Zealand has long been a part of.

Many reading this site will (more…)

Sat 10th April 2021

Criticism In General

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:04 am

I was born into the era before post war feminism took hold in New Zealand. I’ve seen the changes but I’ve never been accepting of the negative aspects of feminism that plague men in New Zealand or internationally in a more general sense.

Some changes are obvious, while others are more subtle, and some perhaps go unnoticed in the feminization of today’s society.

Criticism (more…)

Fri 9th April 2021

NZ 2021 Mental Health Report

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:05 am

After reading the previous post I copied this here from a political page. It’s relevant to the previous post and I think some of the underlying causes that aren’t dealt with, that cause the mental health issue to grow rather than get better. (more…)

Thu 8th April 2021

Health Minister Andrew Little hiding true facts and information regarding Suicide facts.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 10:50 am

Andrew Little hides Suicide Information & Facts

The link will take you to a video.

2 Years late. Suicide figures now deleted from the NZ Mental Health Report. Andrew Little blames staff. Shawn Robinson from Newshub has asked Andrew Little how many have died under his watch. Andrew Little said he does not know. Little further says there is no more money for more services.

Andrew Little is the man who signed off on the Mental Health Report. He is the man who checked it. He knew the suicide figures where deleted. He now blames staff.

Andrew Little. The cause of suicide is abuse and unfairness. People put in unfair situations. The past suicide rates are more than 4 males to 1 female. If you stop the abuse and unfairness you will fix the males suicide problem.

Not only is Andrew Little hiding the report, he has actively created more unfairness towards men.

See here Removal of common law rights for men.

Andrew could have at a minimum acknowledge mens emotional pain.

See here The Denial of Mens Emotional Pain

I call on the UN for a fast track full independent enquiry.

I call on Prime Minister Jacinda Adern to rise above it and end the campaign of bitterness and nastiness towards men and boys. The alternative to that is hundreds of men and boys will be dead.

The compensation to the families who are the victims of male suicide is growing.

My humble thanks to Newhub and especially Mr Shaun Robinson who just ripped Andrew Little a new asshole.

Sat 3rd April 2021

Siouxsie Wiles

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:41 pm


The hot topic of the long weekend is the New Zealander of the Year Award going to microbiologist, Siouxsie Wiles.

Photo:Siouxsie Wiles

It was (more…)

Thu 1st April 2021

False Accusations & The Ministry of Health Denial of Male Emotional Pain

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 11:53 am

Andrew Little is the current Minister of Health. He has done little to reduce the suicide rate of men.

I can only conclude Mr Andrew Little has no intention to address or raise the issue.

Mr Little the taxpayer pays you to do your job. You are not reducing the male suicide rate. The very least you could do is pay for these male victims to receive the health care they need.

Andrew Little pays the woman and the girls health costs before trial.

Andrew Little pays the woman and girls compensation before trial.

Andrew Little does not expect any money back if a man or boy was acquitted.

The men and boys get no compensation nor health care.

Men and boys commit suicide Mr Andrew Little.

Wake up Andrew Little. Do your job and reduce the male suicide rate.

I am reminded it only took a child to point out the Emperor didn’t have any clothes on at all.

Two swindlers arrive at the capital city of an emperor who spends lavishly on clothing at the expense of state matters. Posing as weavers, they offer to supply him with magnificent clothes that are invisible to those who are stupid or incompetent. The emperor hires them, and they set up looms and go to work. A succession of officials, and then the emperor himself, visit them to check their progress. Each sees that the looms are empty but pretends otherwise to avoid being thought a fool. Finally, the weavers report that the emperor’s suit is finished. They mime dressing him and he sets off in a procession before the whole city. The townsfolk uncomfortably go along with the pretence, not wanting to appear inept or stupid, until a child blurts out that the emperor is wearing nothing at all. The people then realize that everyone has been fooled. Although startled, the emperor continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever.

So you can see it from a child’s prospective. Let’s change some names in that 1837 classic.

The swindlers are the false complainers.
The weavers are third wave feminists.
The public officials are the Judges.
The townsfolk are the voters.
The child is the child.
The Emperor is Andrew Little.

Although startled, Andrew Little continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever past the children sitting beside graves of their once loving fathers, sons, brothers, uncles.

I’ll leave it to the Minister of Health to choose to be remembered as a Minister of effective action and resolve or a Minister of a department that does not address unnecessary mental health, suicides and lifelong crushing debt.

Wed 31st March 2021

Mental Health Report

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 3:06 pm

https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/office-director-mental-health-and-addiction-services-annual-report-2018-and-2019

Report Link

Twenty years back this platform was a rogue nuisance demanding the freedom of such information.

Credit to Henry Cooke, Stuff’s head political journalist for his work here. Many individuals suffered the unfortunate consequences of political aggression because the media wasn’t working as it should.

I haven’t suddenly become a STUFF fan, it’s going to take more than this, but it’s a start.

Men Must Write

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:54 pm

I’ve copied this from a New Zealand political page … It could just as easily apply here.
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Tue 30th March 2021

Dad’s story – Victim of DV !!

Filed under: Law & Courts — Jay Zane @ 4:04 pm

Judge’s minutes > https://1drv.ms/b/s!Ah4Km37emibr2CoH9rEZMhIVHilf

The NO-MAN land ! Biased and discriminatory system – read the minutes of the impartial fair Judge !
https://1drv.ms/b/s!Ah4Km37emibr2CoH9rEZMhIVHilf

A dad’s story (Victim of Domestic Violence) – Mum misled immigration and couple of weeks after she was granted NZ residency,

👉 Mum was charged “assault on a family member” + ” threatening to stab” (recorded video evidence)
👉 Their child was always exposed to the violence by the mum during many occasions.
👉 Mum plead guilty and admitted that she has assaulted him infront of their son and threatened to stab him and cut off his penis. Women refuge supported her all along.
👉 Dad was granted temporary protection order by the family court and the son stayed fulltime in his dad’s care.
👉 Mum filed an application to discharge the convictions and it was granted. She adduced new evidence on the sentencing day and the dad did not have the opportunity to view the evidence or respond to it. Police said NO.
👉Her application for discharge the conviction was granted – Read the Judge’s biased minutes and notes . Minutes on this link > https://1drv.ms/b/s!Ah4Km37emibr2CoH9rEZMhIVHilf
🎱 Now dad is presumed the violent person and mum is the innocent person !

School makes 12 year old boys stand in front of the girls during assembly and ‘apologise for rapes committed by their gender’

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 1:25 pm

News Story Here

Parents and male students were left ‘mortified’ after their school forced them to stand in assembly and apologise to their female classmates for sexual assaults committed by males.

Brauer College in the south-western Victorian town of Warrnambool held an assembly on Wednesday where boys were told to stand up in a symbolic gesture of apology to girls and women.

The move has since sparked outrage among parents of the school who say their children were made to feel ashamed about something they had no control over and didn’t understand.

Tue 23rd March 2021

On Conservatives

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 11:45 am

Yesterday I put up a post on Todd Muller but what struck me most in the comments was not reflecting so much on his situation but more along the lines of how that might be seen in thinking about conservatives.

These days conservatism is seen as (more…)

Housing Crisis caused by Feminism and the breakdown of the family unit.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 8:56 am

D-day for the Government’s plan to fix housing, with few easy options

i.e. TAX.

Housing Crisis caused by Feminism and the breakdown of the family unit.

Separated families need two dwellings. Both dwellings need to have a bedroom for each child. That is not what the law says, its what a Family Court orders.

Duckduckgo.com said 46% of children come from separated families. That link went to a site called lawcom.govt.nz. That link no longer works.

Those family’s costs are doubled. 2 mortgages, 2 sets of maintenance costs, 2 sets of council rates, 2 insurances, 2 sets of bedding, 2 sets of rubbish removal. And those costs have to be on one income each. Example if a house needs painting each 10 years, that is a cost of say $45 per week. Carpet replacement would cost $23.00 per week over 12 years.

And it is not cheap for local Government either. Each home has to have a road past it. It has to have power, internet, water, sewer, storm water, phone and more often than not gas. All those systems have to be maintained. I don’t know how much it costs to resurface a road, repaint it. Looks expensive to me.

There is an environmental cost too. More land is taken up for housing, roading. Even things like 2 mail and courier deliveries, more convenience stores.

And now it looks like we have to tax housing to pay for those costs. Those costs will be paid by the buyer, investor or renter.

Looks like our exports will be less competitive now.

Mon 22nd March 2021

On Todd Muller

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 10:56 am

I was in a discussion recently about the National Party. More specifically about the year prior. I had to refer to Muller as the guy who rolled Simon Bridges because I couldn’t remember his name. I forgive myself for that, though, he was very much an unknown in the political narrative, but to be fair my memory could be suffering from disinterest.

Then this article turned up on the weekend, as you might expect, 12 months down the track from National’s failed leadership transition but it’s not the first expose from Muller, it’s another one.

I wasn’t going to be bothered reading it. Mainly because (more…)

Fri 19th March 2021

Conversation around Consent,,, and the need to understand the reasons why we are having this conversation…

Filed under: General — mama @ 1:00 pm

When I initially heard what the NSW Police commissioner was proposing,, I kinda liked the idea. He announced they are thinking of using an APP for consent to sex. I thought it could possibly help protect guys.. could make it worse.. debate still out.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-18/nsw-sexual-consent-app-proposed-by-mick-fuller/100015782

Actually the phone I personally own doesn’t get used and my hate for the likes of vodafone and how the phone has its hooks into the human race is strong… but the kids out there are struggling around this issue,, what has changed??, sociologists must be very interested to say the least.

Morals is probably the core change in my mind but I am nigh on 57 so I would say that.. but if the lack of morals and lack of moral examples over the past, say..fourty years, is the cause, then how the hell can we get them back.

https://www.abc.net.au/religion/consent-and-the-sex-dilemma/13253782

Mon 15th March 2021

Empathy

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 1:21 pm

So, you don’t have empathy or you don’t feel like you have empathy?

A small percentage of the population don’t and that has a significant affect on their personalities and their relationships with other people.

But don’t let feminists fool you into believing you’re not empathetic if you don’t agree with them or don’t feel for the person hanging out their broken wing.

Your empathy (more…)

Sat 13th March 2021

Andrew Little is here again to increase the male suicide rate in New Zealand using the new sex violence bill

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 11:33 am

Andrew Little is here to increase the male suicide rate in New Zealand.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/124274106/sex-violence-bill-crosses-the-line-on-access-to-a-fair-trial

Do you want to know how you fade away the rights of an individual? You do it in steps. When people become accustomed you just add another step. A layer. Removal of common law rights.

Countries around the world have done this. Germany 1939 – 1945 against the Jews. USA from the 1800’s onwards against the blacks. In New Zealand against the Maoris. Everything from laws to restricting them from voting, then only allowing them to vote in 4 zones North, East, West and South so they could never use their vast numbers to win. Taking of lands. Smacking Maori children for speaking their tongue in class. The list is too huge to write.

After a while the law becomes so imbalanced against a group. It further opens the door for false convictions.

Today that imbalance and hate is against a gender.

Andrew Little. Clearly points out the distress of a complainant. How we should look after that complainant. How that complainant must now be given advance notice of questions so she can formulate answers with the help of her lawyer in advance. Andrew Little made no mention of the distress of male victims of false complaints.

Andrew Little is either,

1. Not aware of false complaints
2. Thinks false complaints are rare.
3. Doesn’t care about false complaints.
4. Not aware of the male suicide rate in New Zealand.
5. Is aware of the male suicide rate but does not care about it.
6. Wants to keep his job and not cross the Metoo movement.

Lets look at some of those steps. I have not included all of them. Its just a broad brush.

1. Remove name suppression for defendants under the guise of a policy of open court. This fair policy does not apply to complainants.

2. Calling the complainant, a victim from the outset. Even after a not guilty verdict. She, and in 99.9% of the time it is a she remains a victim.

3. Cash payments to her even it is a not guilty verdict. None to him if him even if he was a not guilty verdict.

4. Publication of his name in the news so they can run a media trial first. Ruin his name before trial.

5. And now removal the complainant from the trial

Andrew Little made no mention of how this may increase the suicide rates of men. Men who face media before trial, men who are left financially crippled, unemployable and in many cases homeless.

Andrew little speaks of fairness. It wasn’t fair for the Blacks, it wasn’t fair for the Jews, it wasn’t fair for the Maori and it is not fair for the accused.

Marie Dyhrberg, QC, president of the Auckland District Law Society, says the bill as proposed will deprive the defendant of a right that in every other area of criminal law is automatic and inviolable.
Andrew Little will be remembered as a politician who hounded thousands of men. A lot of young men and boys who consider their empty future. Men and boys who quickly work out they will not have a future. They in their minds eagerly welcome with such relief their slipping into unconsciousness forever by their own hand.

Andrew Little is here to increase the male suicide rate and get paid by the public to do it.
Now here is the part where the digital newspapers list phone numbers of counsellors if you consider suicide. Kind of like a disclaimer. I’m not going to do that. They just call the Police who come and arrest you under the appearance you have mental health. When really you were just abused.
In its place I’m going to list the leaders of the opposition parties. Write to them. And if you can’t think of anything to write, cut and paste what I have written.

Judith Collins [email protected]
David Seymour [email protected]

I am reminded it only took a child to point out the Emperor didn’t have any clothes on at all.

Two swindlers arrive at the capital city of an emperor who spends lavishly on clothing at the expense of state matters. Posing as weavers, they offer to supply him with magnificent clothes that are invisible to those who are stupid or incompetent. The emperor hires them, and they set up looms and go to work. A succession of officials, and then the emperor himself, visit them to check their progress. Each sees that the looms are empty but pretends otherwise to avoid being thought a fool. Finally, the weavers report that the emperor’s suit is finished. They mime dressing him and he sets off in a procession before the whole city. The townsfolk uncomfortably go along with the pretence, not wanting to appear inept or stupid, until a child blurts out that the emperor is wearing nothing at all. The people then realize that everyone has been fooled. Although startled, the emperor continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever.

So you can see it from a child’s prospective. Let’s change some names in that 1837 classic.

The swindlers are the 3rd wave feminists.
The weavers are Me Too Movement
The public officials are the MP’s
The townsfolk are the voters.
The child is Marie Dyhrberg, QC
The Emperor is Andrew Little.

Although startled, Andrew Little continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever past the families sitting beside graves of their once helpful loving male relatives.

Fri 12th March 2021

New Sex Violence Bill

Filed under: General — Sam Butler @ 7:00 pm

An interesting critique of the new Sex Violence bill by a QC:

https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/124274106/sex-violence-bill-crosses-the-line-on-access-to-a-fair-trial

One thing the proposed new law seems to do is make it more difficult for a woman’s relationship history to be brought up in court.

Fair enough, you might say – obviously there’s a danger of someone’s past behaviour being used against them unfairly or irrelevantly.

In fact, I did see a defence of the new bill in Stuff recently – I can’t seem to find it again now – stressing that past relationship history would only be deemed inadmissible if it was irrelevant.

One worry I have is that there does seem to be a trend to edit out relationship history that any reasonable person would deem relevant.

See, for example, this alarming exposé of an article in The Spinoff, which described an encounter in terms that suggested assault while – astonishingly – leaving out the fact the two people involved had been in a relationship for eight months.

Is a Spinoff threshold of guilt to convict more men of sexual assault actual justice?

My conclusion is that there are good grounds to be worried that the irrelevancy test will be used by unscrupulous individuals to prevent men from bringing very relevant evidence (evidence that might quite justifiably acquit them) into a case.

Obviously marital rape can happen, but it should be equally obvious that someone who’s in a relationship with a woman (or even has a history of dating or flirting with her) might have a better reason to think his advances will be desired and reciprocated than a stranger.

Think about a man going up to a woman on the street and giving her a kiss. Outrageous. What if you then find out it’s his girlfriend? Completely normal. What’s the difference? You got it – past relationship history.

Fri 26th February 2021

Commercialized Rape

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 10:14 am

This political position may have emerged somewhere in the past prior to NZ Opposition Leader Judith Collins’ announcement that this was her personal view, back somewhere around our recent 2020 election.

It’s gained some traction amongst right wing supporters although I wouldn’t say Conservative supporters.

It’s another of those (more…)

Sun 21st February 2021

Men’s group in Wellington

Filed under: General — Sam Butler @ 11:18 pm

Men here might be interested in this men’s group in Wellington. It’s limited to 9 members but has a few vacancies right at the moment: https://www.cab.org.nz/service-provider/KB00040354

Oz Politician highlights the Family Court causes suicides and murders. We have the same problem in NZ. I now call out the Minister of Justice Andrew Little as the man responsible for inaction. Andrew Little has turned a blind eye to these dads and their children.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 11:15 pm


The attached video – Pauline Hanson reports the Family Court in Australia has caused male suicides and female murders. It includes the murders of children by both male and females and other family members. Hanson had identified filicide. That is the killing of one’s son or daughter. A repugnant crime that Hanson says the stats show filicide is committed by more mothers than fathers!

The Australian Government has closed the Family Court. They could not repair or change the set ideology, they could not get rid of the hidden agenders. In one king hit, the Australian Government closed this industry down. The Federal Closed Circuit Court will now take over. 155 Stakeholders i.e. the people who choose to “keep the ball in play” to maximize the hurt and cost to all are now fired. Dismissed for the mental health and deaths they have caused in families. See them scream in the following link.

155 Stakeholders

This is I think the very first major pushback of the feminist ideology worldwide. The beginning of the end of hatred towards men.

On to New Zealand. Minister of Justice Andrew Little has his limited response to the same issues we have.

In 2009 Principal Family Court Judge Peter Boshier identified 22 people involved in Family Court cases who died as a result of either suicide or homicide. Of these 18 (82 per cent) were suspected suicides, and 41 per cent of the deceased had been, either directly or indirectly, involved in domestic violence proceedings,” he said.

Andrew Little has been the minister of justice for 4 years now. I can only conclude Andrew Little must be overwhelmingly pleased with the suicides otherwise he would have done something over the past 4 years.

If Andrew Little decides to ask for a review or royal commission of enquiry, I and I suspect the voting public will take this as its OK to carry on and cause more mental health, more suicides while he puts it to the bottom of his list of things to do and gleefully claims “I’m waiting on the report”.

Employing more judges will only slightly shorten wait times. The backlog is huge. It will not address the suicides. The core of the matter is the law does not address fairness towards men. The only way forward to reduce mental health and suicide is to;

1. Automatically give dads the same equal share of children as mothers have. If he does not have a home, then it should be parent week about hot swap.
2. Force FCJ to either jail or fine those who commit perjury.
3. Dump the outdated and failed Duluth model. Ordering men to agree to such nonsense before he can be with his children is harmful and causes suicides.
4. Openly acknowledge women can be violent and nasty. They do it by manipulation, perjury, gaslighting and parental alienation. Make such behaviour a serious crime.
5. Make the penalty for parental alienation punishable by returning children to victims.
6. Fund all family court lawyers. This will take away the pressure of limited finance at a time when families are under duress, doubling their accommodation and other costs.

Another way is to force mediation first.

The Australians are reforming their Family Courts to prevent or reduce suicides and murders from happening. Minister of Justice Andrew Little is not.

The Children will ask you one simple question. Are you going to compensate me for my fathers suicide? Children will say “I didn’t get a good start in life because the Family Court did everything they could to stop my loving dad from seeing me”. If you reply ACC, it will be pointed out it was not an accident. The Family Court is designed to cause mental health and suicide.

It also puts the child at risk of suicide too. Maybe not straight away, but certainly further down the track when that kid is old enough to see why he or she has ended up with their lot in life.

I am reminded it only took a child to point out the Emperor didn’t have any clothes on at all.

Two swindlers arrive at the capital city of an emperor who spends lavishly on clothing at the expense of state matters. Posing as weavers, they offer to supply him with magnificent clothes that are invisible to those who are stupid or incompetent. The emperor hires them, and they set up looms and go to work. A succession of officials, and then the emperor himself, visit them to check their progress. Each sees that the looms are empty but pretends otherwise to avoid being thought a fool. Finally, the weavers report that the emperor’s suit is finished. They mime dressing him and he sets off in a procession before the whole city. The townsfolk uncomfortably go along with the pretence, not wanting to appear inept or stupid, until a child blurts out that the emperor is wearing nothing at all. The people then realize that everyone has been fooled. Although startled, the emperor continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever.

So you can see it from a child’s prospective. Let’s change some names in that 1837 classic.

The swindlers are the lawyers and mothers.
The weavers are feminist Ellen Pence and mothers.
The public officials are the Judges.
The townsfolk are the voters.
The child is the child.
The Emperor is Andrew Little.

Although startled, Andrew Little continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever past the children sitting beside graves of their once loving fathers.

I’ll leave it to the Minister of Justice to choose to be remembered as a Minister of effective action and resolve or a Minister of a department that causes unnecessary mental health, suicides and lifelong crushing debt.

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