How women’s refuges work
Even Canada is challenging the corrupt business of feminism.
Setting the scene Robert explains that Toronto Criminal defence lawyer Mr. Walter Fox describes in the video above how originally, the office of the Attorney General was conceived as non-partisan and non-political and that this all went by the boards starting in 1986 when then Attorney General Ian Scott was simultaneously Minister for Women’s Issues in Canada. This meant there was dual representation held for two future AGs, with one of whom managed to not even be an attorney. Robert writes;
In the process, the AG’s office became highly politicised and specifically about domestic violence issues. Soon the office of the Attorney General was funnelling money to, shall we say, like-minded “community organisations,” such as DV shelters. Those “community organisations” are all women’s groups funded with government money. No men’s groups involved in the shelter industry receive government subsidies, according to Fox. In due course, the same people got the bright idea that the coroner’s inquest process could be used to further the same agenda.
Inquests are used to inquire into deaths that may or may not be suspicious. As Fox says, if a death results from a construction accident, the coroner’s inquest can look into the circumstances and, if it deems it appropriate, make recommendations to correct them. But in the case of two murder-suicides, the inquests were taken over by DV shelter industry activists who, despite knowing full well what had happened (husbands killed wives and then themselves), took the opportunity to issue up to 250 recommendations to all levels of government including the police and the crown prosecutors. Not content, they went on to appoint a committee of themselves to permanently oversee their own recommendations.