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The Tide is Turning

Filed under: Domestic Violence,Gender Politics,General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 8:26 pm Mon 16th May 2016

The population of NZ is becoming much better informed and aware of the b.s. that has been driving gender relations and law for 5 decades now. Occasional articles are starting to appear using reason and fact to challenge the bias, hyperbole and falsehood spread by feminists. Whereas even five years ago many readers’ comments had clearly swallowed the feminist lines and dissenting comments were rare, a large proportion of comments now are seeing what we here have long seen. The eyes of the nation are beginning to open and once that happens it becomes difficult to keep avoiding the truth.
This article today was an example, by Matt Heath discussing some of the impacts of male-bashing and anti-male indoctrination especially of women. Just read the comments, many men and even a few women recognizing the issues.

The politicians are still well behind the 8-ball but we sense they are starting to watch their step a bit. Judith Collins on TV1 News last night was in Europe checking out some of their approaches to family violence, and she was very careful to talk about ‘family members’ and other gender neutral terms in discussing the matter.

The Law Commission is clearly well out of touch, still heavily brainwashed by White Knight Peter Boshier and his fan club of man-haters. Their latest travesty will be but one of many feminist atrocities in their retreat. They will leave as many land mines and cause as much harm as possible in their anger at having the truth forced on them.

Keep up the good work.


  1. Yeah I read that Matt Heath article, good on him. But it’s just one dissenting voice in a tidal wave of of media male demonisation happening right now, seems like white ribbon has become a month long festival of hate which the media is only too happy to join in.

    Comment by Doug — Mon 16th May 2016 @ 8:43 pm

  2. Tactics of Corruption to keep the Family Violence business turning a profit……

    1. remove laws and statutes which would hinder business – remove Provocation as a defence – so conflict in family court – escalates.
    ( just like Anti Association laws were removed in the 1980s and gangs grew and proliferated across NZ…..)

    2, Conduct all business against all Bill of rights, human rights, Common law, Natural Law, UN conventions on rights to child and Human Rights because adhering to these requirements is NOT good for business.

    3. Carry on with point 2 forever – because no one will ever investigate any complaints or any breaches – because we control the judiciary and the law…..

    4. Allow Parental Alienation in al leis forms because it is GREAT for business – so never mention it in the news or allow this to be discussed since it destroys children and destroys parents – two for the price of one.

    5. When the target parent is destroyed by parental alienation and their work and income is directly affected – then target them with excessive debt and when they can’t pay target their property for seizure using warrants obtained against all the rights in point 2.

    A perfect little scam…..which benefits no parent or their children.

    Conduct regular Propaganda campaigns – family violence week – a week of demonising men and anything which is affecting the family violence business…..look to bring in new laws which will increase business – someone has been thinking hard – what about allowing woman to kill men and make it legal….a great idea…..order from chaos….

    Impoverish, destroy, wreck, create more conflict, demoralise, destabilise, and create more victims out of our children who will then need more care in the future from the very corruption that created it all.

    A never ending circle of created violence and conflict – creating revenue for those who have corrupted systems for power and control….

    Unicef have multiple complaints to the UN on New Zealand breaches of the rights I mention here – and still nothing is being done about it – so the UN is more than likely a party to the entire scam as well – since they do nothing to help prevent breaches of their own conventions…….which are supposed to protect children and parents…..

    Humanity is waking up to this corruption and as prophecy states – all those engaged in this EVIL – will be one day be eradicated from this earth…….

    Comment by hornet — Mon 16th May 2016 @ 9:35 pm

  3. Well done all keep up the struggle!

    Comment by sharingiscaring — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 8:11 am

  4. Thank you pulling these social comments together.

    All of this against a background where the real, day to day risks to all citizens, children, women and men, of random sexual assault, violent assault or unprovoked murder, on the street, by someone that you don’t know, are at an all time low. Most of the violently or sexually unpredictable men are in preventative detention. Though we do need to give a lot more attention to victims of women sex offenders, as well as these offenders too.

    Statistics always have to be read with the social knowledge of changes of reporting rates over time and the changing politics of gathering statistics (witness the re-allocation of crimes by police, when under severe Government budgetary pressure).

    Too much of what informs the public is USA news, which doesn’t reflect the reality of what goes on in NZ. Besides, due to their huge population, there are plenty of wacky things to put into media selling Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD), to a public that wants to be horrified and scared.

    But the forces of change are slow and fairly quiet, if you aren’t looking for them. Schools teaching positive mental health and better social attitudes and giving of support.

    Psychologists offering more effective counselling methods. Better pharmaceuticals are also offring improved treatment options, maybe less significantly than counselling method improvements and better diagnosis methods, but still important.

    Slow changes for sure, but massively powerful forces too.

    For all of the talk, action is slowly and irresistably happening. Faltering steps forward, as reactionary religious forces and economic forces (eg our robber barron$), even political corruption is coming under threat. Despite politicians take from bribes from industry are under threat. Information disclosures by whistle blowers from tax haven countries and corrupt lawyers who gave tax haven benefits where it was illegal, are blowing open the methods of the superrich. Several prime ministers around the world are squirming about their private tax benefits being publicly exposed. This might even bring down the Sky City CH3CH2OH National Party yet?

    Even without whistleblowers, methods of analysis Government regulation of industries, to evaluate the potential for corruption, shows where to look most carefully. This information is being taught among other areas of economics, you business students now. This will have a big impact on reducing corruption in NZ, through the next 20 years. (Time to retire quietly, for familycaught$ legal workers…) There is going to be a lot of entertainment in USA as company taxes on large corporations is exposed, along with the politicians who quietly supported the corporations interests in House of Representatives and Congress (let alone a few presidents along the way).

    So, special thanks to everyone who helps to make these silent forces work more effectively and more quickly!

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 9:02 am

  5. I don’t believe the tide is turning at all. The paragraph below was taken from a new report last night with regard to a 48 year old woman murdering a 20 year old woman in Blenheim ….

    “Officer in Charge of the investigation, Detective Senior Sergeant Ciaran Sloan, said early indications were that the “tragic death” occurred at the residential address earlier today.”

    If a man was accused of this, it wouldn’t be labelled a “tragic death”, it would be called a “vicious killing”.

    Comment by golfa — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 9:05 am

  6. Example of good work, done by an interest group, that should have been done by Education Department.
    How safe are our schools for Queer Youth? Government is too often taking the easy way out, instead of offering moral leadership.

    National are very light regulation, hands off even where strong hands are required.

    I guess it is so easy to have another child, so why worry about a few suicides, here and there…..

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 9:06 am

  7. As feminist become aware that their extreme views are no longer gaining traction as they once did I am waiting with interest as to how free speech will be challenged through the new term of ‘triggering’ which is sweeping across US campuses and will soon come to our shores. It is a devious concept attempting to shut down any conversation on the basis that one may ‘offended’ and ‘disturbed’ by words or concepts within a topic.

    This site holds content that may trigger a reader into distress due to the use of the words ‘rape’, ‘female violence’ and ‘misandry’ etc. As the net is a public platform it will be deemed that these terms should not be lying around on the www for a unsuspecting victim to experience.

    A good article on this is here

    Comment by triassic — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 7:11 pm

  8. Yes, quite right Doug (#1) and golfa (#5), there is not much change in the decision makers and the feminist propaganda war continues unabated in our media. As they lose traction we can expect the feminists to become really, really nasty. (For example, lawyer Catriona MacLennan was on tv the other night, full face, asserting with emphasis that family violence is a MALE problem and bemoaning the fact that some people seem to be disputing this). However, the public are becoming wiser and their responses will make a difference in due course. While media still seem to believe that white knighting is the way to save their empires and the NZ Herald family violence series was largely abominable male-bashing, the fact that the Herald published first the article by Bob McCoskrie then this one by Matt Heath suggests the paper felt some need to reflect the views that are now clearly held by so many of its readers.

    This is the best time to be responding to articles, letters to the editor and lobbying ministers. Build the wave!

    Comment by Ministry of Men's Affairs — Tue 17th May 2016 @ 8:23 pm

  9. Yes, build the wave! Don’t give up!,
    When good men stand by and do nothing, bad shit happens.

    I have an appointment with MP, Kelvin Davis today. The topic is “False accusations of violence in New Zealand”.

    Comment by voices back from the bush — Wed 18th May 2016 @ 1:39 pm

  10. #9. Maybe you can also mention false accusations of sexual abuse as well. I can give a detailed example of how a preschool and cyfs demonised my daughters behaviour that was actually “normal” behaviour, while a friend of my ex who wprmwd at prescholl tried to make up false stories of sexualising abuse.
    I have moved on but still have anxiety attacks from this and from the domestic violence from my ex wife

    Comment by A dad — Wed 18th May 2016 @ 2:07 pm

  11. @10, Yes. If you have your story written down you can email it to me and I will hand it to Kelvin Davis today.
    Perhaps include a ph number that I can call to discuss the anxiety that many of us share after being falsely accused.

    [email protected]

    Comment by voices back from the bush — Wed 18th May 2016 @ 2:53 pm

  12. …confronting ‘militant feminist’ video project designed to ‘dismantle male power’

    What does it really achieve?

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Fri 20th May 2016 @ 5:51 pm

  13. @12 Hi Murray, yes sadly faking victimhood is so fashionable these days that this girl thought it might make her appear creative?
    After reading a hundred or so comments on the article nobody seemed to agree with her. I tried to comment but couldn’t get mine to post.
    This is what I tried to say.

    Well she’s not the first to invite a man to her apartment for consensual sex and then claim it was rape.
    Spare a thought for the falsely accused, imagine if it was your life that was destroyed by a false rape claim. Now there’s talk of removing the burden of proof so if your accused its on you to prove the sex was consentual. You might be put in prison with real sex offenders. That part wouldn’t be very nice either.
    Many, many men comit as a result of false accusations.

    Really theres nothing new Here.
    Just another feminist with a rape fetish.
    No incling of how insulting her “art” is to actual victims of rape.
    And what if she is actually raped in the near future.
    Would she be believed ?

    But the video clip she made is not available anyway.
    I guess it must be deemed too horrific for us.

    Comment by voices back from the bush — Sat 21st May 2016 @ 2:19 pm

  14. Here’s more evidence of a turning tide. The NZ Herald published this article by Ewen McQueen that strongly points out the risks to children of fatherless households. Up to recently we could count the number of pro-father articles in this newspaper on one hand and the number of articles going against feminist doctrine on the other. Even then, any such articles used to be equivocal and maintained deference to feminist ideology. The Herald editors now finally appear to be paying attention to public comments in response to feminist articles and we are seeing some quite strong and sensible MRA pieces.

    Sadly, the article’s headline tends to detract from the strength of its content. ‘Moko’s father was conspicuous by his absence’ suggests it’s a father-blaming piece, so those who only skim the headlines won’t have their sensitivities ruffled.

    Comment by Ministry of Men's Affairs — Thu 2nd June 2016 @ 1:45 pm

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