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Wanted: 1000 women

Filed under: General — Vman @ 1:28 pm Thu 8th April 2010

We are looking for 1000 women to assist us to protect the rights of children.

WE NEED YOU! You can make a difference.

About 20% of children are denied the right to know who their biological parent is for no good reason.

We want 1000 women to name Mr Peter F Boshier as the father of their child. You will need to attend a contested hearing to object to Mr Boshier obtaining a DNA test. Apart from that there is very little you need to do. There is a good chance you will obtain handsome child support payments for up to 2 years. These will not need to be refunded.

Please reply here to express your interest and help us with this worthy and just cause.


  1. Reply to Dave

    ……..L.M.A.O…Absolutely Brilliant…!!!!!!…Well done, Dave..

    ‘Tongue in Cheek’…And just really to ‘Stir the Pot’…..Also ‘Mr Peter F Boshier’ will gladly pay for all your counseling costs to you hard done by Kiwi Woman,for you as a Kiwi Woman are the true Victim from all us Evil Kiwi demon Men/Fathers

    Kind regards

    Comment by John Dutchie — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 2:01 pm

  2. Wouldn’t that be funny.

    Comment by Pete — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 2:50 pm

  3. Love it, if my 2 children from my marriage werent allready down as mine, Im sure my wife would be more than happy to name them as Mr Boshiers for a couple of years…

    If this happend, It might give Mr Boshier a bit of a fright, and he would start to understand what some of us men are dealing with…

    Comment by nzleagle — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 4:11 pm

  4. OHHH I will do it. I got a nice wee letter from him the other day. So I can state we have a relationship….lol…

    Comment by wendy — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 5:21 pm

  5. Brilliant! Abso-bleddy-lutely brilliant!
    Even ONE woman who would name him, would set the bonfire alight.
    Of course Boshier would try to brush it off- ‘don’t be silly..’ etc, then would go down the patenity test road- untill eventually he would have to try to use his position in a way not available to the ordinary cannon-fodder Jo.
    This of course would have to be under the most MINUTE SCRUTINY and reported in BREATHLESS WHISPERS AS USED FOR SCANDAL, in all the women’s magazines, Sunday papers, and of course (you heard it here first)the famous MENZ website.
    I wonder what the Child Support assessment would amount to?
    I wonder what his family would think?
    I wonder WHO WOULD BE THE NEXT VICTIM of political paternity fraud

    Comment by John Brett — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 7:05 pm

  6. I wonder WHO WOULD BE THE NEXT VICTIM of political paternity fraud

    Exactly what I was thinking. Pretty obvious who would be next. And who after him. And after him. etc. (hint: they all work in Wellington).

    Get this right and it would be impossible to keep it out of the media. If David Letterman’s restraining order was world news, this would easily top that.

    Comment by rc — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 8:19 pm

  7. John Key……

    Comment by noconfidence — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 8:48 pm

  8. If there is ever an end of year awards ceremony for the best post… this gets my vote… I want to say loads about the merits of it, and yet I don’t due to the pain it has caused people.
    It’s such a controversial subject and the way in which it has captured peoples attention… it’s impressive.. hats off!
    It doesn’t even have to have 1 person to claim this.. it has brought the subject under the spotlight so.. wow…. grrr… so much to say.. and not say!!!!!

    Comment by noconfidence — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 8:53 pm

  9. Hey guys,
    I’m sorry to crash the party with sad, bad, mad news.

    But women in NZ are allowed by law to birth a child and then NOT put the father’s name on the birth certificate.
    Poor Peter would be in proper pickle then eh?
    AND you know what women in NZ who are entitled to do something do don’t you guys?
    Yep. That’s right. The go ahead and do it because their ’empowered’ eh?

    Oh! wait a mo’ though! Mr Bosh would want a DNA test wouldn’t he? To prove the kid was his.
    Mind you he’d have a hell of a BLOODY race on his hands!
    He’d have to get in there BLOODY pronto before the little mite had been been cut up for fish-bait and flushed into a steel hospital pan.

    1000 women.
    Hmmmm, that would be stretching things.

    Comment by Skeptik — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 9:25 pm

  10. 1000 women.
    Hmmmm, that would be stretching things.

    .. hmmm… I dunno… he’s been ‘shagging’ the lives of > 1000 men so who knows how many women he’s been shagging with…. 😉

    Comment by noconfidence — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 10:11 pm

  11. .. hmmm… I dunno… he’s been ’shagging’ the lives of > 1000 men so who knows how many women he’s been shagging with…. 😉

    True, there’s plenty of takers
    even for an ugly bugger like Peter Dunne! eh?

    I wonder if he got it together with this one.

    Comment by Skeptik — Thu 8th April 2010 @ 11:13 pm

  12. 1 We don’t come here for BAD news- we want the good news of action to take.
    2 What ACTUALLY is your bad news?- you don’t say.
    3 If we have a good woman prepared to name Judge Boshier as a father- we will have created a political storm- and there is nothing he can do legally because of the restrictions placed on men in this situation.
    Watching him wriggle would be educational for men in similar situations (e.g. if he can, I can)
    4 There are many good women in the Father’s movement, let’s see if there is one brave enough.

    Comment by John Brett — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 9:21 am

  13. Yes, John Brett,
    I suppose I see your point of view now. Sorry it took a while to sink in. I’ve been very tired recently.
    Judge Boshier under current NZ law would not be able to use a DNA test to prove that the child wasn’t his.
    AND liable for child support for the next 18 years!
    He’s be up a creek without a paddle. He’s be stitched up nicely by the very misandric law he upholds.
    Now that would be fantastic!
    Now where is that one brave woman? Let alone 1000 women?

    Comment by Skeptik — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 10:35 am

  14. Cheers Dave and Im with Noconfidence that this post needs an award for best post.

    Just waiting on the mummies to step up

    Comment by mits — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 11:31 am

  15. But women in NZ are allowed by law to birth a child and then NOT put the father’s name on the birth certificate.

    Is this for real?

    If so it could be in contravention of international treaties on rights of the child.

    I just posted about birth certificates on the pill for men thread.

    Now I see this. Somebody in NZ needs to take up a banner for children to have an accurate birth certificate. It and the information it represents do not belong to the mother. It belongs to the child.

    Comment by gwallan — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 1:20 pm

  16. Shucks thanks guys!
    I’ll start working on my acceptance speech soon.

    Comment by Dave — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 6:19 pm

  17. We also need 3 men to volunteer. You will be falsely named as the father of a child by a woman you have never met. In one case the child will not even exist.

    You will need to be willing to be followed by a hidden camera team and work with our producer. Preference will be given to men who can express the frustrations you will experience as you fight to prove you are not the father. We would like you to keep a video diary of your thoughts as you go through this process.

    Our producer will assist you ‘behind the scenes’ as we document your journey through this process of dealing with the family court, the IRD and other institutions.

    A documentary will be made of the experiences of these 3 men compared with how the process works for Mr Peter F Boshier.

    As several of you have already identified we see great scope for an entire series of reality shows following Peter Boshier. Sequels for Peter Dunne, John Key, John Angus and several others are already in the planning stage. Thank you for your interest.

    Comment by Dave — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 6:34 pm

  18. Dave please see my post here and let me know what you think.

    Comment by Skeptik — Fri 9th April 2010 @ 9:31 pm

  19. This is something I have been wanting to do as well.

    Comment by Wendy — Mon 12th April 2010 @ 11:11 am

  20. Peter also has two sons. You caould put their names down too and make it a real family affair!

    Comment by Wendy — Mon 12th April 2010 @ 11:12 am

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