Marshall - 23 June 2004
The Australian federal government's launch last week of a $20
million advertising campaign highlighting domestic violence is
the latest in a string of feminist offensives to demonise men.
With the campaign slogan "Violence against women:
Australia says no", the commercials exclusively
feature men as perpetrators of domestic violence, a fact not
supported by available statistics.
The commercials also encourage women to withdraw consent
during the sex act to make men guilty of sexual assault. The
insidious feminist influence on sexual assault legislation
caused the monstrous travesty of justice known as the
case of the 30-second rapist.
The feminist zealots have conned the government in running
the campaign based on the stereotype of men as wife-bashers and
women as victims. This is a blatant lie. Studies in Britain, the
US and Australia reveal that men are subjected to domestic
violence in equal if not greater numbers than women.
One of the most comprehensive studies on the subject of
domestic violence was carried out by Heady, Scott and De Vaus in
Australia (see side panel). Their startling conclusion was that
in the 12-month period, 5.1 per cent of men were victims of
domestic violence compared to 3.2 per cent female victims in the
same time period.
Male domestic violence victims rise
About one-third of domestic violence victims treated in
Australian hospitals are men, according to a 2004 study by Dr
Peter Stuart, director of emergency medicine at Lyell McEwin
Hospital in Adelaide.
Of 1.326 people who presented at two Adelaide emergency
departments over the 80 shifts studied, 8.7 per cent described
themselves as victims of domestic violence, with almost 30 per
cent being men in all age, employment and cultural groups.
Women have overtaken men as aggressors in relationships says
A study based on an analysis of 34,000 men and women by
British researcher John Archer, professor of psychology at the
University of Central Lancashire has indicated that women are
more violent than men.
Professor Archer, who has been analysing domestic violence
studies and victims' reports from the UK and the US since 1972
announced his findings in an interview in November 2000 with
Britain's Independent on Sunday newspaper.
The newspaper said his views would be endorsed in a paper to
be published by Dr Malcolm George, a lecturer in neuroscience at
"It's a complex argument, but we do get more women
aggressing against male partners then men against female
partners", Dr George said. "The view is that women are
acting in self-defence, but that is not true - 50 per cent of
those who initiate aggression are women".
Women who kill
The feminist lie that only men are evil and violent has lead
to many distortions in the justice system. When a woman kills a
spouse she routinely receives a light sentence. When a man kills
his child he is portrayed as an evil monster. When a woman kills
her child the judge looks for an excuse for her because he has
been brainwashed into believing it is not natural for a woman to
commit such an offence.
Judge lets female child killer walk free
August 4, 2003, Sydney woman Daniela Dawes (pictured) forced her
10-year-old autistic son Jason's mouth closed and pinched his
nose until he stopped struggling - and with such force that the
marks on his face were clearly visible.
After laying Jason's body on his bed, she phoned work to say
she would not be in.
The legal system bent over backwards to accommodate this
callous murderer. The public prosecutor accepted a guilty plea
on the lesser charge of manslaughter.
In an incredible move when sentencing Dawes for her
unspeakable crime in the Parramatta court on June 2, 2004, Judge
Roy Ellis said that she had suffered enough (never mind
Jason) and let her walk free on a five-year good behaviour bond.
"I wish you all the best", said Judge Ellis as
Dawes walked from the court and into a paid interview with TV
host, Ray Martin.
Martin, host of A Current Affair, spoke to radio 2GB in
defence of the interviews. "In the real world, people today
. . . demand money for their stories. It would be fantastic if
we didn't have to spend Mr Packer's money on these things,"
million a year of taxpayers' money funds feminist bureaucracy.
zealots create an anti-male world.
diabolical episode of the 30-second rapist.
stereotype males as bumbling oafs to promote their products.