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Children most often killed by mothers

Filed under: General — ashish @ 12:41 am Sun 13th July 2014

Very interesting article. With some percentages that clearly shows the Labour party needs to brush up on their research skills.


  1. The headline is slightly misleading. “most often” should mean the majority. In fact the study found that 15 out of 33 children were killed by their mothers, so in fact ‘most often’ children were killed by some other demographic. Mothers however were the largest or modal demographic killing our children. Other killers were fathers, stepfathers, stepmothers, other relatives and others.

    The sample is very small so it is hard to draw strong conclusions from it. However I think its safe to say that ignoring women in general and mothers in particular as a significant contributor to violence against our children is definitely not indicated.

    Comment by Wayne Burrows — Sun 13th July 2014 @ 2:31 pm

  2. Nice work ashish in posting this. I find it amusing how the truth is very inconvenient for the proponents of the feminist cause. I wonder if Cunliffe (leader of the Labia party) regrets apologising for being a male??…….. He should be apologising for making a fool of himself.

    Comment by Colin — Sun 13th July 2014 @ 4:19 pm

  3. I am taking significant action against former FCJ VonDadelszen and request any person with credible evidence to show he has acted in a manner unbecoming of a FCJ to contact me asap, I will also be exposing Boshier, Callinicos and Ryan as well as Bruce Andrews.

    Comment by Ritchie Camden — Mon 14th July 2014 @ 7:13 am

  4. Go for gold Richie … good luck ,you should post your story to steve taylor from nz family consumer website he will probably run it 🙂

    Comment by Dominic da Silva — Mon 14th July 2014 @ 2:42 pm

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