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The Reality Check
23 March 2008
By Carey Roberts
When professor Suzanne Steinmetz published the results of her survey on domestic violence, no one had prepared her for the firestorm that would ensue. You see, feminists take it as an article of faith that only husbands abuse their wives.
So when Steinmetz revealed that women are often as violent as their husbands, the fem-fascists started a whispering campaign designed to block her promotion at the University of Delaware. When that didn’t work, they phoned in a bomb threat at her daughter’s wedding. Cowed by the threats, Steinmetz soon suspended her pioneering research.
Erin Pizzey of England had impeccable credentials – she was the founder of the first abuse shelter for women. So a few years later she published Prone to Violence, a book that revealed these women are often as physically aggressive as their mates.
That provoked threats of violence by the women who said women can never be violent. Pizzey was forced to seek police protection as she traveled around to promote her book. She was met by jeering protesters with placards that read, “All men are bastards.”
Dr. Lynette Feder planned to do a study to find out whether batterer intervention programs work. But then the Broward County, Florida district attorney tried to block the study since, he claimed, everyone “already knew” such programs work. Interestingly, other researchers later found such programs are often ineffective.
Claudia Ann Dias is an attorney who has been featured on 20/20 and Oprah for her work on family violence. She was awarded a 10-year contract by the Sacramento County Jail to counsel men arrested for partner violence. Since partner abuse is often mutual, Dias found herself discussing the problem of female aggressors. Six months later, her contract was abruptly cancelled.
Men also have been besieged by the VAWA Mafia, a loosely-organized cabal that takes its name from the federal Violence Against Women Act.
The Intellectual Perversion of the VAWA Mafia, by Carey Roberts, is an excellent account of government-sponsored intellectual perversion in the government-driven propaganda war, called VAWA (US Violence against Women Act), against men and families.
It shows that without a doubt the government-policy that government policies need to be based on lies instead of the truth (critiqued by Professors Reece Walters and Tim Hope in Critical thinking about the uses of research) is endemic not only in the U.K. but in the U.S. as well, as it is in all developed nations.
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- Great majority of women in abuse shelters abuses tax dollars
- Capital offences proliferate under political correctness
- Radical Feminism – Socially Destructive
- Communism → second-wave feminism → social re-engineering
- Martin Bormann Memorandum: Securing Germany’s Future
- Start of a bad ending: The Feminine Mystique
- Feminism in history