Men’s issues for 2009
I was trolling men’s sites (as one does when one has some time on their hands) and came across Bernard Chapin on MND.
Of course I love the guy because there will never, ever be another human being like him to ever walk this earth. (even though he wears a different football jersey each time I watch his U tubes, lol)
OK, I just HAD to add the team stuff. Not much loyalty to a team if you wear different colours. But there is always a lesson when you judge. One finger pointed out and 3 coming back at you. (embarrassing)
Anyhow, this is political since feminism (misandry – man hate) is political. And although 3 fingers come back at men, 3 fingers go back to women. Men MUST speak up. If they don’t do it now, another generation is going to suffer or 2 or 3.
We have a new government and we have new people in the family commission and children’s commission. Try, try again they say.
But 40 years of hate and all funded by men’s tax money is a lot to change. I added the tax money bit because quite frankly men paid to be hated over the past 40 years. That to me allows men to ask for redress from the Government. But hey, I am speaking morally not legally. Legally, I am not sure.
Anyhow, back to Bernard. He has written about an article going back 4 years and refers to the policy of airlines to discriminate against men.
Dr Mapp told the Herald the airlines’ policy was an example of political correctness that had got out of hand. “I think this is a gross over-reaction by the airlines. What do they think men are going to do that women won’t? It is the same as saying men shouldn’t sit beside children on a bus.” A Qantas spokesman confirmed the Australian airline, which operates domestic flights in New Zealand, does not allow unaccompanied children to sit next to men. The spokesman said the airline believed it was what customers wanted.
Air New Zealand spokeswoman Rosie Paul said the airline had a similar policy to that of Qantas’. “Airlines are temporary guardians of unaccompanied minors so we have preferred seating for them.” Ms Paul said Air New Zealand tried to seat children near a crew area so crew could keep an eye on them and, when possible, children were seated next to an empty seat. “Sometimes this isn’t possible, so the preference is to seat a female passenger next door to an unaccompanied minor.” When the Herald asked her if the airline considered male passengers to be dangerous to children, Ms Paul replied: “That’s not what I said.” When it was put to her that that was the implication of the policy, she repeated: “No, that’s not what I said.” Children’s Commissioner Cindy Kiro said she commended the airlines for putting thought into the policy and for endeavouring to keep children safe.
Man hating Cindy (they had a doll as a role model for women under that name) has gone. Maybe it is time to ask the new commissioner whether men are BAD, BAD, BAD.
Maybe it is time to ask the families commission AGAIN if men are BAD, BAD, BAD.
Maybe it is time to ask our new ministers in parliament if men are BAD, BAD, BAD.
Maybe it is time to ask again for men to have the right to know if a child is his before he pays 19 years of child support. How many men have paid women and then learnt when the child turns 16 and consents themselves to a DNA test that they were conned out of 100’s of 1000’s of dollars.
Soooo, what do you think about making a new list of priorities for a new turn of governance?
It is all good that we run our own races and write about our own cases. But let’s be honest here. 40 years of your money has done so much damage to men and their children that you need to start somewhere as a group to redress this.
What should be the beginning? What are the priorities? TO YOU?
Please take the time to comment.