False Accusations & The Ministry of Health Denial of Male Emotional Pain
Andrew Little is the current Minister of Health. He has done little to reduce the suicide rate of men.
I can only conclude Mr Andrew Little has no intention to address or raise the issue.
Mr Little the taxpayer pays you to do your job. You are not reducing the male suicide rate. The very least you could do is pay for these male victims to receive the health care they need.
Andrew Little pays the woman and the girls health costs before trial.
Andrew Little pays the woman and girls compensation before trial.
Andrew Little does not expect any money back if a man or boy was acquitted.
The men and boys get no compensation nor health care.
Men and boys commit suicide Mr Andrew Little.
Wake up Andrew Little. Do your job and reduce the male suicide rate.
I am reminded it only took a child to point out the Emperor didn’t have any clothes on at all.
Two swindlers arrive at the capital city of an emperor who spends lavishly on clothing at the expense of state matters. Posing as weavers, they offer to supply him with magnificent clothes that are invisible to those who are stupid or incompetent. The emperor hires them, and they set up looms and go to work. A succession of officials, and then the emperor himself, visit them to check their progress. Each sees that the looms are empty but pretends otherwise to avoid being thought a fool. Finally, the weavers report that the emperor’s suit is finished. They mime dressing him and he sets off in a procession before the whole city. The townsfolk uncomfortably go along with the pretence, not wanting to appear inept or stupid, until a child blurts out that the emperor is wearing nothing at all. The people then realize that everyone has been fooled. Although startled, the emperor continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever.
So you can see it from a child’s prospective. Let’s change some names in that 1837 classic.
The swindlers are the false complainers.
The weavers are third wave feminists.
The public officials are the Judges.
The townsfolk are the voters.
The child is the child.
The Emperor is Andrew Little.
Although startled, Andrew Little continues the procession, walking more proudly than ever past the children sitting beside graves of their once loving fathers, sons, brothers, uncles.
I’ll leave it to the Minister of Health to choose to be remembered as a Minister of effective action and resolve or a Minister of a department that does not address unnecessary mental health, suicides and lifelong crushing debt.