Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Effect of Feminism on Canadian Society

Barbara Kay, columnist at Canada’s National Post, in her speech at the 25th Anniversary Conference of REAL Women of Canada, The Effect of Feminism on Canadian Society (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; 20 September 2008), in describing what has in effect become a totalitarian society dominated and controlled by feminist ideology and doctrine, stated: ….Nothing is more illustrative of the punitive character of feminist excesses than family court. Here is where misandry in its most open, cynical and pernicious form is found. Over 85% of contested custody suits end with mothers receiving sole custody over children. The remaining 15% divide children between other family members, agencies and fathers, so in fact fathers … Continue reading

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Murderess is too harsh a word

Murderess is too harsh a word ?  Really?  White-washing is too harsh a word for what is being done in the appended article.  Still, what Mary Dejevsky of the Independent does in her article is rationalize that a woman who murders her four-year-old daughter should be exonerated. She argues that a mother must have been overloaded with work and snapped under the stress of that.  It does not seem that Mary Dejevsky or any other journalist ever argued that such reasoning should apply when men murder or even only merely commit manslaughter or perhaps do nothing more than yell at their wives. For all of her sympathy towards the murdering … Continue reading

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Status of Women Canada wines, dines and travels

Updated 2019 01 24: Added links to related articles. Status of Women Canada wines, dines and travels — Self-serving socializing or promoting the interests of Canadian women? Whatever it may be considered to be, is the high cost of socializing illustrated here due to valuable work on behalf of women?  Let’s not forget that Canadian men pay for three quarters of it, while there is no government department Status of Men Canada. Nevertheless, despite MP (Vegreville-Wainwright) Leon Benoit’s denial of the existence of his party’s government department for the Status of Women Canada, SWC is very much in existence, alive, kicking and spending tax dollars generously. Given that the Conservative … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Homosexual Marriage

Updated 2019 01 24: Added links to related articles. CHRONWATCH 2008 09 22 By Karen England In the next few weeks, Californians will be inundated with media messages about the importance of allowing same-sex marriages.  Voters will see television ads telling them that homosexual love deserves “equality” with heterosexual love.  Voters will hear radio reports about how all gays and lesbians want is to have the same “rights” as all married couples. And the main message that will be repeated is that allowing homosexuals to marry will have no impact on your marriage or your family–so what’s the harm in giving gays their chance to marry? Although on the surface … Continue reading

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Abortion, by any other name, still is…

Updated 2019 01 25: Added links to related articles. Full Comment; the blog of the National Post comment section Andrea Mrozek: Abortion, in plain English Posted: September 23, 2008, 10:26 AM by Kelly McParland When pro-choice social commentator Camille Paglia wrote that she sanctions “murder” when it is called “abortion,” pro-lifers were horrified. They should have cheered. Her article — published recently on Salon.com– only briefly touched on abortion. But the offending comments were made as part of an attention- grabbing one-two punch. Paglia wrote that she is “a firm supporter of abortion rights,” but then went on to say: “I have always frankly admitted that abortion is murder, the … Continue reading

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The Conservative Party of Canada and Status of Women Canada

Re: The Conservative Party of Canada and Status of Women Canada, the following message was sent Sep. 22, 2008, To Leon Benoit Member of Parliament Conservative Party of Canada Vegreville-Wainwright Alberta Dear Leon, This is in reference to the discussion we had during your attendance at the supper at the Bruderheim Seniors Club, Friday, September 19th, 2008, after your address to those present. I had asked you about what plans the Canadian Conservative Party has to establish a government department “Status of Men”, to provide a counterweight to that of “Status of Women”, so as to promote balance in addressing issues pertaining to both sexes. The discussion I had hoped … Continue reading

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Fathers rights organizations in Winnipeg, Manitoba

There are no fathers rights organizations in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  It is not possible to figure out why.  For years now, we were contacted virtually every day [on average two times a day during March 2018] with requests for information on and pointers to fathers rights organizations in Winnipeg or anywhere in the province of Manitoba.  Here is an example of such an information request. Amelia [not her real name] wrote: Hi, We are wondering if there is anyone in Winnipeg Manitoba to contact for some information or assistance in dealing with a nasty custody battle. The legal fees are huge and we are getting know where. Amelia and Jim … Continue reading

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Why we need a men’s movement

Updated 2019 01 25: Added links to related articles. In relation to why we need a men’s movement, Angry Harry put up links to excellent videos at his website.  You need to see those. (The first items listed at the top of the home page.) The first video, “Why we need a men’s movement”, and its related short video clips, address the consequences of years and decades of discrimination against men. The second set of videos is about the causes of discrimination against men.  Those are ten free segments of  a full documentary (available on a CD by indoctrinate-u.com — 2018 04 28: that link no longer functions, use this … Continue reading

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Academic Freedom is dead?

Academic freedom is dead at US universities, judging by the documentary produced by Support Independent Film, “Indoctrinate U” (accessible at YouTube for free and at http://indoctrinate-u.com — 2018 04 28: that link no longer functions, use this one), but, for that fact alone, all the more worth fighting for.  Anyone who is the least bit objective would agree, but, as the documentary illustrates, to even ask questions about academic freedom, such as to ask a university Diversity Office as to where a men’s studies department can be found on campus, will result in campus security being called to evict the questioner, rather than to have any official explain that diversity … Continue reading

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Justice questioned in salt-poisoning case

My SA News 2008 09 20 John MacCormack – Express-News Justice questioned in salt-poisoning case CORPUS CHRISTI — Early on Oct. 3, 2006, the morning after her neighbor Hannah Overton had rushed a dying 4-year-old boy to a nearby urgent care clinic, Kathi Haller got a visit from police. Haller, 30, who took notes of the encounter and later testified about it under oath, said Detective Michael Hess arrived already convinced that Overton poisoned her foster son Andrew Burd with salt….(Full Story) _____________ Comments by Fathers for Life: It appears that the truth in this case is hidden and at best convoluted, but it also seems that the article, a … Continue reading

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