Currently the Chief Ombudsman but he’s been an exploraire man and every where man from family court judge to its principal, law commissioner, White Ribbon Chairhuman, and in the end to his banished and insignificant post looking after our official information distribution.
Any long time visitors to the MENZ site, would probably identify Boshier as one of the most hated persons in New Zealand history but he’s not scared to gather enemies.
History will tell you, he was the second judge on the protest list after Jan Doogue when the Separated Fathers Support Trust (SFST) started protests outside judge’s homes, late last Century. But wait there’s … (more…)
Women – ever wonder why you can’t move into his home?
All your questions are answered by this Canadian man.
Mr Richard Cooper starts off a little slow but I promise you it does windup. Real live examples. Interviews with young men calling in, receiving advice. A few awful suicide stats to boot. 400+ watched this live. New Zealand men gets a mention.
Society breaks down when the family unit breaks down. Just look at the crime we now have in NZ. The gangs are running a muck.
If you want a pleasant a well behaved society with well-behaved children growing into responsible adults, change the law to protect a persons assets and enforce equal after divorce custody.
One notable comment on the you tube channel follows….
“If you want to scare the shit out of your 18 year old son, as he’s kinda graduating High School, take him to a family court afternoon and just sit in there and watch what happens to guys. Let him see what happens to guys.” – Should be mandatory. There should be a class in all this stuff that a man either has to take in high school or before getting married. Imagine how up in arms women would be if you tried to do that, though, i.e. tell young men the truth.
Dame Bettina Arndt interviews former deputy Prime Minister Mr John Anderson re mens and boys abuse by women and the state.
In 1996 the Governments Australian institute of health and welfare published their findings.
* Mothers are twice as much likely to be responsible for domestic abuse and neglect.
* 73% of abuse and neglect found mothers were the perpetrators.
* 68% of mothers were responsible for emotional and psychological abuse
* 53% of mothers executed physical abuse.
* 93% of neglect was from mothers and children.
* The greatest risk of sexual abuse was from mums boyfriend.
Legislation created based upon fabricated statistics and facts. Uncheck policies designed by women and feminists to mentally abuse men and boys. Research found more often domestic violence is initiated by women to claim domestic abuse. 2 way domestic violence research studies are being ignored.
Reaching the ears and support of the most senior members of the Australian political parties is a huge credit for Dame Bettina.
The feminists are nothing more than a hate group that has established themselves as the Government.
It’s an hour long. But it is a worthwhile hour.
If this nation wants to reduce children falling into gangs and extreme violence the political parties need to work harder at keeping families together.
What we now have is smashing fathers property and parental rights and dishing out extreme mental abuse to men and boys. If you want men and boys to turn out responsible caring human beings, treat them, their property and parental rights with respect.
Australia cancelled the family court. Why is Australia moving on and New Zealand MP’s haven’t worked it out.
There is no more need for a ministry for women.
It is nothing short of bizarre to say women must be believed. That is saying, women can’t and do not lie.
The Australian institute of health and welfare still carry out their role. They have not published a report since 1996.
At age 16 Canadian Miss Robyn Slade released her third single “Hey”. A duet featuring Clint Curtis, tells the story of a young girl meeting her father for the very first time.
Clint sings the part of the father, Robyn the part of the child who never met her dad until she decided to find him.
“Hey” soared on social media platforms capturing the hearts of thousands worldwide, especially those searching for their biological family. The song was picked up by film producers in the United States and is now featured in the full length film documentary “Erasing Family” released April 2020.
Special message to all you judges who blatantly ignore evidence in order to destroy the father financially and his child’s relationship. The children are growing up. A new generation is coming. Their hurt, their story, their loss of their childhood and father will be made public.
Here’s the rub, the parents and child have name suppression, the judges and lawyers do not.
Sadly, the other Jim has now passed away. Funeral details from Javan:
A service for Jim will be held at Romaleigh, 31 Ocean View Rd, Northcote on Friday 29 July 2022 at 12.30pm.
I have contact details available for Javan.
There was always confusion between the two Jims, the other being Jim Bagnall who has a Page of Remberance back in 2016.
Jim Bailey in his earlier days at a family court protest in Albert St, Auckland.
Before I say something about James A K Bailey, otherwise known as, Jim the Bailey, or JimBWarrior, a little about, “The Two Jims”.
The two Jims were both very visible characters. Both had protest vehicles and both were active protestors with a common enemy. (more…)
When lockdown began, Professor Nicola Graham-Kevan and Deborah Powney decided to research Coercive control of male victims. They were hoping to get 50 participants. 2086 Participants came forward. This is their report.
“I became very skinny, doctors were worried as she controlled how much food I was able to get and when I was able to eat” See page 19.
The report says…
Men are victims of coercive control by women as frequently as women are victims of coercion by men. Men experience a particular form of coercive control through threats to deprive them of contact with their children by women making application to the family court. This can be described as legal and administrative abuse.
Economic coercion is also common as a result of women taking control of finances. Cultural factors seem to lead to men often failing to recognise that they are subject to coercive control and Deborah discusses how this pattern of behaviour is best described, defined and recognised. Deborah describes the research and its results and discusses its significance and how it should influence understanding, education, training and policy about domestic abuse.
They cover a range of subjects. They have a full section called the abuse of men. These are interviews by the medical professionals, lawyers and people in the business of destroying men or setting men and boys up for failure. Lots of material including parental alienation, coercive control of men. Ive just put two on here.
Men who are forced to penetrate women
Treating Broken Men.
Full Range Here Just scroll down the abuse of men section. Don’t forget to click the arrow to the right to scroll sideways for more.
Part 2 of the Problem with Men podcast is now available. Part 1 is available on the same link. In these two episodes, Liam Allan gives a detailed account of his experience of being falsely accused and charged with rape. (more…)
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Through continued torture Michaela Barriball eventually murdered helpless infant boy Malachi Subecz whom our wise Family Court ordered to her care. None of the articles we found regarding this case made any mention of Malachi’s father. Fathers clearly aren’t even important enough to consider, (more…)
Haven’t done an authenticity test of this myself so there may or may not be something to it.
The World Council for Health is increasingly concerned by the impact of the experimental Covid-19 vaccines on human fertility and once again calls for an immediate halt to the vaccination program.
Pfizer’s novel Covid-19 vaccine leads to lower levels of fertility in men, according to a new peer-reviewed study. The paper, which has been accepted for publication in the journal Andrology evaluated the impact of the experimental Covid-19 injections on sperm motility and concentration and found that, three months after vaccination, semen concentration was reduced by 15.4%.
The researchers found that there was a decrease in sperm concentration between 75 and 120 days post-vaccination.
When we look at the significant criticism of the US Supreme Court by both the Prime minister, Jacinda Ardern and Foreign Minister, Nanaia Mahuta, along with a chorus of support, of course there is more to it … (more…)
We’ve seen numerous journalists cancelled recently and they tend to be mostly male. Once again I make the point that men’s issues are inclined to be ‘mostly’ rather than entirely male these days.
The journalists that have been cancelled are the ones who haven’t been afraid to speak out, often in criticism of the government, as is the case with Peter Wiilliams who had a disagreement with (more…)
“Peter was a goldfish in a shark tank. I was also in the shark tank. There was no empathy. It was an attack on an innocent man. It was an attack on the truth.”
These are the words of the oldest and most “compelling and believable” complainant at the centre of the Christchurch Civic Creche case.
This week Newsroom published an investigation into the story of this girl through her parents, breaking their 30-year silence to talk about how they became embroiled in one of New Zealand’s longest-running and most controversial legal sagas. (more…)
This dissertation looks at section 178 of the Crimes Act 1961 – Infanticide. The provisions of this section are outdated and no longer fit for purpose. The central theme is that this offence should be gender neutral, as males, as well as females, may suffer from the same antenatal and postnatal physiological and psychological effects. This legislative provision is discriminatory to males and contributes to the continuing inequities that males face in relation to the criminal law. (more…)
NZ teacher Peter Joyce’s settled life was disrupted when a woman he had never met accused him of historic rape. With a unique brand of angry humour, his diary plots the stages of his despair and traces his attempts to find justice in the face of the current insistence that we must “believe the victim”.
Dry Ice is a compelling memoir, but much more. The accusation made the writer a reluctant expert on similar cases from all over the world. He throws light on everything that limits public knowledge of false sexual allegations, from dangerous counselling to flawed statistics, and he exposes police investigation methods as blinkered, inefficient and insensitive.