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Archive of April 2014

Legislation Quality versus corruption

Wed 9th April 2014:

Medical Malpractice Crisis was Bogus, says Florida Supreme Court Posted on April 1, 2014 by Larry Bodine law news now, legal news, legal news for consumers The court said that there was no evidence of an increase in frivolous lawsuits or excessive jury verdicts in Florida. Also, the damage caps did “virtually nothing” to stabilize […]

Brenda Pilott Engineering Domestic Violence Research

Tue 8th April 2014:

It is becoming increasing obvious that PSA secretary Brenda Pilott is actively involved in engineering ‘domestic violence in the workplace’ research to support changes to employment law. Apart from what has been produced by Suzanne Snively (previously posted here) this is the only other New Zealand ‘research’ that I have found.

Woman Blackmails Ex with Sex Tape To Keep Custody of Kids (allegedly)

Mon 7th April 2014:

Woman Blackmails Ex with Sex Tape To Keep Custody of Kids Yes a number of laws broken here. Making of an intimate recording without the persons consent for one. Blackmail. All carry an indictable sentence. But will it? What sort of woman would sleep with her ex just so she could record it and […]

The Secret Of Happiness

Sun 6th April 2014:

What’s the secret to happiness? It’s family. But it’s treated as worthless and disposable by state-supported feminist ideology and our de-Family Courts.

The Modern Truth About Domestic Violence

Sat 5th April 2014:

I picked up a hitchhiker last week. He was accompanied by his smallish dog. I know what it’s like to have a dog. (S)he needs you, is a member of your human family and if you need to go somewhere there is often little choice but to take the dog. It was unusual for someone […]

UK proposing new offence – emotional cruelty to children

Fri 4th April 2014:

Erin Pizzey is concerned that British families are under threat as never before from the Nanny State. A proposed new law would introduce the new offence of ’emotional cruelty to children’. Parents judged to be unloving, though not physically abusive, could face jail. The evidence could rest partly on the testimony of the children.

Rhiannon Brooker – Cries Rape 11 times

Brooker is now standing trial for 11 false claims of rape and nine of assault, two of which include imprisonment allegations. The dangers of being a man … Rhiannon Brooker, 30, falsely accused her boyfriend of repeatedly raping and assaulting her, which saw him arrested, charged and held in custody for 30 days. It then […]

Parents 4 Justice Press Release

Family court consumers launch their own justice system Auckland based Parents 4 Justice have today launched their resolve to the Family Court. Already many of their clients are writing parenting orders usurping the courts authority and contracting it out to a third party experienced in child development. This party encourages the parents to reach agreement […]

Get your Stomping Boots on

Thu 3rd April 2014:

This is the image and caption that appeared on the Stuff News website to front a Rosemary McLeod opinion piece on the killing of Glen Jones, the disabled Featherston man, attacked and killed by a vigilante group. Rosemary McLeod can always be relied upon to defend the feminist cause by isolating and illuminating any woman […]

Women research sexual coercion of men

This story was brought to us by Family First: NEARLY HALF OF YOUNG MEN REPORT “SEXUAL COERCION’ Posted by Editor on Monday, March 31, 2014 FoxNews 27 March 2014 A huge proportion of young men say they have ended up submitting to unwanted sexual advances-and 95% of the time, a female they knew was the […]

Happify – The Science of Happiness is Here

Wed 2nd April 2014:


Man Blackmailed $414,000 for Alleged Sexual Act

Gentlemen, take note, this is the only way to handle a female blackmailer. Good on the man for going to the police and laying a complaint.

Public Service Association (PSA) – a feminised shipwreck

Tue 1st April 2014:

The PSA – the Public Service Association/Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi by its own assessment ‘is a powerful public voice and a key player in New Zealand Politics’, although its antics this week, might have many wondering whether its ship has been high-jacked, and left foundering on the rocks of feminist dogma. Representing 58,000 workers […]

New Suicide Reporting Proposal

Article from Scoop News The Law Commission is recommending revising the restrictions in the Coroners Act 2006 regarding reporting suicide. The new restrictions would be limited to public comment by any person of the method of the suicide death, the place of the suicide where it is suggestive of the method and the fact that […]

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