Shania Twain says in RCMP video that family violence is ‘never
The Canadian Press
Shania Twain arrives at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena
on Sunday, May 18, 2014, in Las Vegas.Twain has lent her voice to an RCMP
campaign against family violence.In a 60-second video posted online by the
Mounties the singer tells viewers that violence inside the home shouldn't be
kept a secret. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP
OTTAWA – Country music superstar Shania Twain has lent her voice to an RCMP
campaign against family violence.
In a 60-second video posted online by
the Mounties the singer tells viewers that violence inside the home
shouldn’t be kept a secret.
Speaking over a twangy guitar track, she says “sometimes home is where
the hurt is” and adds that whether it’s physical, sexual or emotional “abuse
Twain says family violence can happen in any family and is “never
She calls on victims to contact someone they trust and report incidents
The RCMP says family violence makes up one-quarter of all police-reported
“You can break the silence. There is always someone who can help,” Twain
Shania Twain is to be commended on her stand and her careful use of gender
neutral language. She is also to be commended on speaking on the various forms
of abuse, be it physical, sexual or emotional and "Abuse is Abuse".
She might like to give that message to the Ottawa Police who operate under Male
Sharia Law and prosecute male victims of domestic violence because according to
the Ottawa Police its heresy for males to call Ottawa Police and make a report
of domestic violence.
Its got so bad in Ottawa that men are terrified of calling the Ottawa Police who
are all too willing to fabricate evidence to NOT charge violent women.
Then there is an extreme Feminist Crown attorney who habitually stays charges
against female perpetrators of domestic violence despite tonnes of corroborating
evidence and prosecutes Male victims of domestic violence without a shred of
evidence other than a "she said" and what police impressions are.
Welcome to the Ontario Gender Superiority Program.