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Data Collection

Filed under: General — dpex @ 6:54 pm Wed 12th April 2006

Moose has asked what I intend to do with the data I collect.

Moose, at this stage, I’m damned if I know. But what I do know is; incontestable data has a nasty habit of biting the sanctimonious on the arse.

If I can collect literally thousands of unimpeachable accounts of how the CYFSterhood, the various LFCs and the Family Court have utterly unjustifiably treated men, women, and children, then I will have a vastly powerful tool with which I can, on behalf of us all (past-present-future victims of this vile regime) take to authority, in New Zealand and internationally.

Let’s face it, at the end of the day we victimised parents are the ones who feel aggrieved and trampled on, but the fact remains the major victims of this vile regime are our children.

And it is they for whom we stand, isn’t it?

So please, start sending your accounts. Names and identifying aspects will be censured should you require them to be so.

Send to [email protected] in Word or pdf format.



  1. I understand that the more data you collect, the less inconsistent it will be.

    I think Alastair ( If I remember his name correctly ) had a similar idea of collecting and publishing via the web statistics on Female abuse against of men.

    I think it’s a damn fine idea and I fully support it. I just don’t want to see this (to be) extremely valuable, and incriminating information to be diluted/censured or altered in any way or for it to go wrong. I want this be a success!

    Comment by Moose — Wed 12th April 2006 @ 11:15 pm

  2. dpex – Can you give us an update on this ?

    How many submitted accounts have you revieved ?

    Comment by Moose — Wed 19th April 2006 @ 12:32 am

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