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Archive of January 2009

Women do rape men

Sat 31st January 2009:

A woman has been arrested for raping a man in Colorado, United States.

Critiquing a Care of Coconuts Act s133 Psychologist Report

Fri 30th January 2009:

I am not a professional psychologist. This is offered to help people to react sensibly and constructively to such a report and to not over-react. Any suggestions you may make, will be received with gratitude. Remember – if you’re not enjoying dealing with the familycaught, then your not dealing with them properly. The familycaught only […]

Feminists network for mothers to abuse children

A mother was deemed unfit to raise her sons by the feminised Family Court system in Sweden. You know straight away the mother must be bad if Sweden stands to say it. So the Australian father was given custody of the children who are Australian citizens. Then the Australian Family Court decided the children should […]

Devastated by Canada’s Divorce Court

Canadian man Wayne Tippett is broken, bankrupt and bunking in the guest room of his parents’ home after a divorce settlement that’s left him $75,000 in debt and racking up $1,000 more each month. He’ll be appearing before a Judge at a default hearing to try to explain why he can’t afford to pay his […]

Another Domestic Violence Suicide

Thu 29th January 2009:

I have retracted this post because I have become aware that the information it was based on was inaccurate. I regret trusting the source of my information. I apologize to Ms Francis and to any other party who may have been distressed by my erroneous statements. I hope in due course and with Ms Francis’ […]

Global warming or Suicidal conspiracy

Wed 28th January 2009:

I get excited when I read expert opinion challenging not just the events of today but the last 40 – 50 years of leaders who have deviously manipulated the succeeding generations. Blindly we have followed. One such site contains research and debated information that affects NZ today. It is also a male friendly site and […]

Surrogate mum ordered to help pay for child’s upkeep

THE [Australian] Federal Government is demanding a surrogate mother from New Zealand pay child support for the baby she had for two gay Queensland men. The woman gave birth to the baby girl a year ago and is refusing to pay for the child’s upkeep, New Zealand’s Sunday Star Times reported. The baby is being […]

New World Order – Global Governance

Tue 27th January 2009:

Cliff Kincaid, Editor of the AIM Report and writer for Men’s News Daily, has written an enlightening article about Global Governance -“Global Taxes and Global TV Now on the Agenda.” He states, “President Obama’s pick for Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, is being urged to lay the foundation for “global governance” by considering “international taxation” measures […]

Questions Every Father Should Ask

Sun 25th January 2009:

When did you last have some serious fun with your kids? What about one-on-one time? Was your relationship with your own father all that you dreamt it would be? What will you do today to be the kind of father you had or dreamt about having?   Statistics reveal that 40% of all children will […]

Celebrities coming out to fight for fatherhood

Families have suffered greatly over the past 40 years of social experimentation throughout the Western world. The Family Court has especially been harmful for fathers and children. Men’s Rights Advocate Mike LaSalle from Men’s News Daily has written a summary on Alec Baldwin’s book; A Promise to Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood and Divorce. Mike […]

Aborted babies to treat disibility victims

British scientists have been given the go ahead to inject stroke patients brains with cells form a 12-week-old foetus. Experts believe the cells will regenerate areas damaged by strokes and restore movement and mental skills. Scientists hope one injection could provide a long-lasting improvement to humans. The first group will receive two million cells, with […]

Taiwan gives aid to male victims of domestic violence

Fri 23rd January 2009:

TAIPEI, Taiwan has new regulations passed by lawmakers for harsher penalties for human traffickers which will increase jail terms and fines for perpetrators who engage in human trafficking. Other new rules passed by the Legislative Yuan included welfare aid to male victims of domestic violence and the families in which the children are in the […]

The difficulty of righting wrongs in caught

This paper discusses removal of children, in a perceived emergency. The unwillingness of familycaught “judges” to admit that they have ever made a mistake or an error of judgement, results in bad decisions being difficult to impossible to reverse. It is this rigidity that makes parents extremely fearful of losing a custody hearing in familycaught, […]

A worthy comment for discussion

Thu 22nd January 2009:

I deleted my last post because I don’t know enough to comment on communism. And I was way off the mark. Oh well, these things happen, unfortunately. Gender studies is not my chosen field. But this is interesting. I see a movement like this on websites. So I wondered if others have something to say […]

Domestic Violence – time for a change

Sun 18th January 2009:

Bill Ralston of the NZ Herald has written a wonderful article- “Try a new pill for old ills”. For example, take one of my pet hates, the “It’s Not OK” campaign against domestic violence in which a collection of earnest men smugly entreat other men to not give their partners and kids the bash. This […]

Who are the real victims for false rape conplaints?

Thu 15th January 2009:

A 17-year-old New Zealand girl was arrested this week after falsely claiming that she was dragged off by three youths and sexually assaulted at knife point, The Rotorua Daily Post reported. (“Calls for help, not charges,” January 8, 2009.) The news report explained that this was the second alleged false sexual assault claim local police […]

Twins not his, but man must pay child support

Fri 9th January 2009:

In making her recent ruling, the judge referred to a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada decision that said if someone acts as a parent and provides support for a child during a marriage, they are obliged to continue that financial support after separation or divorce — even if the child is not biologically theirs. “While […]

Equal Parenting Petition – A child’s right.

Thu 8th January 2009:

If you believe that children should have the right to family please sign this petition. If you believe that it is wrong for a mother or father to have the right stop relations between children and their loving grandparents, please sign the petition. All over the western world families are being destroyed and all over […]

Making a Difference: Diane Vivian’s Story

Wed 7th January 2009:

‘… if we all hold hands and walk together we can move mountains.’ This is Diane Vivian’s inspiring story of how she came to create the organisation Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. It all began for me in 1997 when we had two foster grandchildren unexpectedly arrive on our doorstep. We took them in and the journey […]

How Does Society View Fatherhood?

Two different articles that speak volumes about how  society views Fatherhood. Helping boys turn into good men (Dompost) Every Saturday, Allan Johnson and Nathan meet up and do guy stuff: they build steps, drive go-karts, go fishing. And they talk. Who Impregnated the justice chief?  (B3 The Dominion Post, Wed, Jan, 7,2009) It’s all France wants […]

Submission to Minister Justice – different time delays for litigants

Tue 6th January 2009:

Mike Wilding has been protesting outside Mr. John Key’s house in Parnell, complaining about excessive time delays in the family court, delaying and preventing his children from seeing him, for two years now. Mike Wilding has passed his complaint on to Simon Powers Minister for Justice, who has agreed to look into time delays in […]

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