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Women’s Law on the way for New Zealand

Filed under: Domestic Violence,Gender Politics — Downunder @ 7:04 am Fri 14th August 2015


A new set of harsher standalone offences may come from a comprehensive review of New Zealand’s domestic violence problem, the Justice Ministry announced last week.

This article is more specifically about a father viewing these proposed laws from the perspective of his autistic son’s mental health issues.

Police were working with the Health Ministry and other agencies, including Autism NZ, to improve how they dealt with the issue, which included “enhanced” mental health training given to officers by people who had gone through mental distress and had dealt with police while in crisis.

The irony here of course, is that a woman will be able to have a complete meltdown and her husband or partner will get arrested without any consideration for his mental health, well-being, or personal circumstances.

Creating these specific offences will go exactly were we might expect; justifying the worst side of women.

Women’s Meltdown Law … and that of course is for the benefit and wellbeing of the children of the next generation – Yeah Right.


  1. Possibly so. It may involve similar thinking to the idea of making it legal for women to murder men as long as they claim to have been abused at some earlier time. Although ‘battered woman’s syndrome’ has for good reason not generally been accepted by the Courts as an illness, the proposed feminazi changes will allow the idea of battered woman’s syndrome to become a de facto legal status entitling claimed sufferers to murder male partners with impunity.

    Comment by Man X Norton — Fri 14th August 2015 @ 8:51 am

  2. This site is brilliant. Thank you menz/return of kings etc. The men’s movement is in full swing.

    Comment by J — Fri 14th August 2015 @ 2:50 pm

  3. Great, when I read the header for this article I got excited thinking at last I may be given a right to see my Autistic son, but it’s just adding more fuel to her fire, extinguishing the last flickering embers at the end of my narrow tunnel of hope ! So even though an Autistic child requires love and support from more ways than most, the father is still outcast ,stripped of his role and punished if the vindictive mother pursues a path she has created out of nothing more than her own words ? In England ,the same ” without notice ” orders that are granted by NZ judges,on pure heresay,are finally being recognised as breaching human rights as well as other civil liberties. I won the right to see my Autistic son by supervised contact in May ,I’m still waiting as the mother continues to stall the process .Not once have I felt I have any rights to be a father to my son except the short lived moment I had when I read the header to this article .

    Comment by Mike Holliday — Mon 17th August 2015 @ 6:00 pm

  4. Obviously someone researched, the issues women face.
    While it’s statistics, does show a gender difference.

    There is wildly changing statistics, in the graphs.
    So there is few doctors, doing diagnosis.
    And one doctor may diagnose more, and another less.
    Or the tests are changing, defining autism.

    A rough look shows for two men, there is one woman.
    So maybe females need two recessive genes, for autism.
    But males only need the X, to be recessive.
    Having that answer to genetics correct, defines results.
    And would answer, if females are more undiagnosed.
    It could even say, males are more undiagnosed.
    Reality may be three males, for every female.

    So the post, talks of risk of DV prosecution etc.
    You would expect to see, two men for each woman arrested.
    And I doubt the real rates, are remotely close to that.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sat 18th June 2022 @ 12:52 pm

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