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Femme de la Femme.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 9:08 am Fri 9th March 2007

Femme de la Femme.

Start with Theresa Gattung, in this mornings Herald, bemoaning the representation of women in the New Zealand commercial sector, in fact she even suggests they are going backwards in percentage representation. “The reality is, in the bigger picture women have lost ground,” she says. How could this happen when schools are oriented to the female brain, universities are over represented with females in graduate qualification, and most of the major political and government positions are occupied by women. where are they going wrong? We got more than a glimpse of that last night, when a bunch of hyped up kids confronted the police in “the rape protest”
And the leader announced her complaint. She with her friends had been standing outside a police station waiting for their arrested friend to be released. They got a back handed warning from a police officer about taking responsibility their own safety; “don’t come complaining to us when you get raped”. That translates in this girls mind to the police won’t investigate your complaint properly if you do get raped. What we have here is a product of the pampered “me me generation”. Instead of chanting at the girls in the front line, they might as well have been singing “won’t you be my body guard.” I only saw one comment from a politician, and that was from long time anti police protester Sue Bradford, she herself a rape victim, demanding an apology from the police. When exactly did this me me generation of women start, and is it the progressive attitude required to create a professional environment or succeed in one. If any one should know Gattung should. Perhaps she should cast her critical eye a little further into the bigger picture, and have a realistic encounter with the realities of life on the street. She’ll be waiting a long time in her office chair, if all she can do is bitch about opportunity, when this is next generation of girls lining up for a job at her place.


  1. The favourite feminazi line –

    “I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig.”

    – Andrea Dworkin, Ice And Fire

    More hateful propaganda from the deluded socialist’s ;

    Aside from the situation where a woman fears for the safety of herself or her baby, which would probably be covered by the “undue distress” exemption, there are a range of other situations where women may not wish to have the father of their child’s name registered .

    One is where the woman is in a same-sex relationship, wants her partner to share parental responsibilities, but wants to conceive naturally rather than by assisted reproductive technology.
    Another is where the woman has a partner of the opposite sex who is infertile, but chooses to conceive naturally to another man.
    A third is where the woman simply wants to raise a child on her own without any involvement financially or emotionally from another parent.

    These are all reasonable choices for women to want to make , and choices that some women do make. Yet with the new section 9 proposed by this Bill, they are not choices that women will be lawfully permitted to make&..”

    “… This aspect of the Bill is nothing short of draconian – it makes criminals out of women who wish to make choices to raise their children without the involvement of their biological father. ”

    Comment by dad4justice — Fri 9th March 2007 @ 5:29 pm

  2. Wasn’t that part Sue Bradford’s last inane dribble in parliament?

    Comment by Bevan Berg — Fri 9th March 2007 @ 6:16 pm

  3. Yes it was Bevan – fathers are doomed in New Zealand !!!

    Comment by dad4justice — Fri 9th March 2007 @ 6:58 pm

  4. Oh this is serious!
    If Bradford gets her way, years of work in institutionalizing rights for children, families and fathers will be completely wasted, and only chaos can follow.
    As I understand it, Bradford was a victim of rape, and if this is true, it is the obvious reason for her misguided assault on fathers; by preventing or destroying their families.
    She may have a problem with ONE man, but that is no reason to attack the lives of every other man and his family.
    She is obviously psychologically damaged (read her rantings) and should at least be in counseling (rubber room?), but certainly not free to tinker with such important legislation.
    If the Greens want to survive beyond the next elections, they need to ditch the witch. They’ve lost my support.

    Comment by xsryder — Fri 9th March 2007 @ 9:45 pm

  5. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! (hysterical laughter)

    And we thought 9/11 was bad….

    Comment by Sparx — Mon 12th March 2007 @ 5:19 pm

  6. Is that you sonic ? The battle never stops sister !!

    Comment by dad4justice — Mon 12th March 2007 @ 7:44 pm

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