Part 4 (continued from Part 3, 2th June 2010) With a new Judge and a new Counsel for Child (CfC) I thought maybe…maybe now fairness and justice would improve but little did I know then that their inflated egos would not stand for a common man questioning a Judge or CfC’s integrity (or as I […]
Archive of June 2010
There’s an article in the NZHerald about killer Gay Oakes finding a new love and planning to marry. She was convicted of murdering her husband and sentenced to life imprisonment after lacing her de facto partner Doug Gardner’s coffee with sleeping pills and burying his body in the back yard of their home in Sydenham, […]
The past few months would have to be the worst period of the online men’s movement I’ve seen. It’s not unusual for inside fighting also known as inside politics to occur, and sometimes it’s worth laughing about while other times it gets real messy and pain is inflicted. It’s easy enough to do when men […]
SEPARATED parents owe their ex-partners more than $1 billion in child support payments, the Auditor-General reported yesterday. The Australian National Audit Office investigation into child support reform found that half of separated parents are failing to pay all, or any, of their child support liabilities. The audit report, tabled in parliament yesterday, criticises the Child […]
Milk fractions to treat metabolic syndrome The University of Auckland Human Nutrition Unit is inviting overweight male volunteers to take part in a dietary study. What is the aim of the study? The aims of this study are to determine whether two novel fractions from cow’s milk can treat symptoms of the metabolic syndrome in […]
I have just been advised that MenzShed is getting set up in Kapiti. It has achieved registration as an incorporated society this past week so it can now raise funds for this charitable purpose. The first meeting to formalise the group of people to operate the place will be 3.00 pm tomorrow Tuesday 22 June […]
I recommend you read the full article here: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/executive-style/culture/the-invisible-men-20100616-yfz8.html I encourage you to leave a comment there as well as here.
Car bonnet murder case appeal backed A Taranaki woman who killed her ex-partner by crashing her car while he was clinging to the bonnet has been given a last chance to appeal against her murder conviction. What is the appeal based on?
Wed 26 May 2010 (ODT Online) Family violence is not just a man’s domain and more women are seeking help for their abusive tendencies. Stopping Violence Dunedin (SVD) manager Lynne Baird said the organisation received at least one phone call a week from women wanting to do something about their violent tendencies. Feedback from probation […]
A Nelson businessman who secretly recorded his wife, who was having an affair, says it is unfair that he has been portrayed as a sexual deviant, but has admitted the charges against him so he can “get on with life”. Pat, 53, pleaded guilty in the Whakatane District Court to four charges of publishing an […]
In the most recent hearing of the matter, before judge Christine Dawe in Adelaide, the wife made her claim for $278,000 a month in spousal support backdated to 2005. She also wanted a $24m property settlement, including a $3.3m chalet in Switzerland, and $1.2m a year to pay for four full-time carers (her family members) […]
Men are viewed as wallets. Before marriage, during marriage and after marriage. Governments see themselves as substitute men-wallets. This is illustrated by a new initiative exclusively for unemployed single women. I think many men would be OK with this provided there was some reciprocal commitment. However that is not the reality. Men need to ask […]
Cheap simple DNA tests are available from Australia. Use them. The NZ Family court desperately wants you to pay child support to the mother, whether you are the father or not. One trick they use is to refuse to accept the results from DNA test results from Australia. However once you are armed with this […]
A MAN set himself on fire outside of Brisbane’s Supreme Court complex after an unfavourable family court decision, according to witnesses at the scene. It sounds like he sat down for a while and thought about it quietly. Then he set himself alight. 90 percent of his body was burned. He was taken to hospital […]
If feminism is about equality then why don’t feminists ever talk about retirement issues? For example males in NZ used to have a life expectancy 7 years less than women until very recently. The gap is now down to 4 or 5 years. Even so this is significantly less. In addition males in retirement tend […]
In a case which highlights the difficulties of keeping a low profile when you have a Facebook account, a court has ordered that the social networking site be used to serve legal documents on an elusive father in a child support dispute. Sydney Morning Herald: Court uses Facebook to serve paternity test order Interesting! Regards Scrap
There is ever growing awareness of the negative outcomes of modern feminism. Feminists themselves of course refuse to acknowledge any responsibilities.
PART 3 So after the Judge covered up the serious conflict of interest of Counsel for Child (CfC), I ‘of course’ complained to the Judicial Complaints Commissioner (JCC).
Hi folks I have created a private group for those who are involved as McKenzie Friends or self litigants in the family court that may be of interest to some.