Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Domestic violence industry

The Desertlight blog says:
On this International Women’s Day, it is time to consider the roots of the women’s movement of the 1960s. Back then, the issues were focused on equal rights for women. In 2005, most if not all, the issues have been successfully resolved, in terms of literal equality in western industrialized nations. The movement has evolved over time into something more about female supremacy rather than equality.
It goes on to make some sensible comments about domestic violence. I no longer take domestic violence claims seriously, as it appears to me that most claims are false or exaggerated, and that there is a domestic violence industry that is spreading misinformation.

1 comment:

Justice said...

This is the extreme truth that has been told here.
Within this so called "judicial System" A woman can just walk in with a story and just like that As said as is. No investigation into character or accuser or anything.
I believe that many of the proceedures within determining any factor of any accusation should be looked into deeply. Especially with that knowledge that womwn will abuse any power that they have, they obviously have abused this in the worst ways.
And to interest in the law enforcement department, some of these upcoming unklowledged, full of it officers need to be Re-reined and not personally commited to placing ACTUAL legal justice reasoning into movement not personal agenda. They perform just as these "vindictive emotinal sprung" women. I've got the power so I believe I am power.
Please get a grip.