Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Child abuse is rising in the land of millk and honey!

This is frigging deplorable but she'll be right says the twisted kiwi mentality. We should have zero tolerance to this depraved behaviour!

God help the vulnerable children.

Child abuse is rising in NZ 23 October 2013
Sixty children a day are being abused, with few signs that New Zealand’s appalling record of caring for our young is improving.
Latest figures show there were 21,778 substantiated child abuse claims in the year to June, slightly more than in the previous year.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett said it was still early days in the fight against child abuse.
“The fact that children are being seriously abused and neglected at such high rates proves in itself that our priority and attention should be on them,” she said.
Children’s Commissioner Russell Wills said the number showed the public’s tolerance for violence against women and children still had a way to go.
“One is too many and 22,000 is a very high number . . . We need it to come down,” he said.
BY THE NUMBERS148,209 notifications of child abuse or neglect
21,778 cases of substantiated abuse
12,072 of emotional abuse
5104 of neglect
3190 of assault
1412 of sexual abuse
17,181 children abused 2
309 children abused more than once in the past six months
37 children abused under state care.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Shame Official Trailer

Unfortunately the gender bias justice system does not recognize female violence towards vulnerable men.  Don't bother ringing the feminist directed cops, because they laugh at men who get beaten up by women. Don't bother ringing a lawyer, because the female assaults male charge is not written into criminal law. More and more men are getting bashed by violent females without any legal consequences, but who cares, eh bent judge! Your system sucks. Women punch hard too. What a sick, sad world. At least movies like Shame help highlight an escalating problem for men in the Western World.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Society is sexist : Mike Tyson

This man has more sense than the average moron. I like him as he gets under the skin of the feminist men haters.
Society is sexist: Mike Tyson - The West Australian

Former boxer and convicted rapist Mike Tyson has entered the sexism debate engulfing Australian politics.
Impressed by Prime Minister Julia Gillard's fiery speech to parliament in which she branded Opposition Leader Tony Abbott sexist, Tyson says society is sexist.
"I'm not saying she's (Julia Gillard) right. I'm not saying that I'm on her side, I'm just going by the facts of what history proves, that most males are that way," Tyson told The Sunday Telegraph.
"We can't help that, society told us to be that way. We have to within ourselves overcome that thinking, change that thinking, and then everybody might be on equal terms."

Mr Abbott is a product of a sexist society, Tyson says.
"I can't judge nobody, I have my own history with people and crime and women and everything, so I'm not going to judge him. We have a process of learning.
"That's what we are as people and as time goes on, maybe we'll learn and think differently.
"I'm not saying he's a bad guy ... I'm just saying sometimes we get caught up with our society."
Tyson, 46, thinks it's "wonderful" Australia has a female prime minister.
The former champion boxer, who was convicted of rape in the US in 1992, will visit Australia in November for a five-day speaking tour.

He says he's a "changed man" and will be on his "best behaviour" when he arrives in the country.
"You know, you're not going to see me in the strip clubs in Australia, you're not going to see me out in the clubs in Australia. I'm not going to be getting high in Australia.
"I'm just going to be going there and enjoying myself, and then hope the people enjoy themselves as well."

On Sunday morning television, Australian Greens leader Christine Milne said Tyson was entitled to his view and that it didn't have anything to do with the prime minister.
"She can't help who supports her or doesn't and says so publicly," Senator Milne told Sky News.

Sunday, October 28, 2012




Stoke Mandeville Hospital has said it is "shocked" over abuse allegations made against Sir Jimmy Savile while he was at the hospital and said it was unaware of any reports of inappropriate behaviour.

Nurses at the hospital, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, told children to stay in bed and pretend they were asleep to prevent the TV presenter from groping them, it has been claimed. They were also said to have dreaded Savile's visits because of his behaviour.

The statement from Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust read: "We are shocked to hear of the serious allegations about Jimmy Savile. "We are unaware of any record or reports of inappropriate behaviour of this nature during Jimmy's work with the trust." Rebecca Owen, a former patient at the hospital, told the Daily Telegraph: "It was an air of resignation that you had to put up with.

"There was some sort of ironic chatter between the nurses about who would be the lucky one to go off to his room. Eight criminal allegations have been made to police against Jimmy Savile "And then, as one of the nurses was leaving or passing by my bed, she leant over and said, 'the best you can do is stay in bed until he's gone and pretend to be asleep'."

It comes after two fresh allegations were made about abuse at Leeds General Infirmary relating to incidents in the 1970s. The hospital said two people, thought to be patients, came forward to report abuse. It said it was unclear whether the alleged abuse took place when Savile was a volunteer porter at the hospital, or when he was visiting informally.

In a separate incident, former nurse June Thornton said she saw Savile abuse a brain-damaged young girl at Leeds General Infirmary. Ms Thornton was a patient at the time of the alleged incident and was recovering from an operation. She said: "She had brain damage, and Jimmy Savile came in and kissed her. "He started kissing her neck, running his hands up and down her arms, and then started to molest her. "Because I was laid flat on my back, there was nothing I could do."

A spokesman for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust said: "We are shocked at the nature and extent of the very serious allegations made against Jimmy Savile which were revealed by the Metropolitan Police on Wednesday. "At this stage we are not aware to what degree their investigation relates to incidents in Leeds." Savile's headstone was removed from a cemetery in Scarborough on Tuesday out of "respect to public opinion". The Jim'll Fix It star died last year at the age of 84.

The elaborate tombstone was removed from Woodlands Cemetery at the request of Savile's family, to be broken up and sent to landfill. Police said they believe the "predatory sex offender" could have abused up to 25 victims over a period of 40 years. Commander Peter Spindler, Scotland Yard's head of specialist crime investigations, said the abuse appeared to have been on a "national scale".

He told the BBC: "At this stage it is quite clear from what women are telling us that Savile was a predatory sex offender." The Metropolitan Police have so far recorded two criminal allegations of rape and six allegations of indecent assault against the former Top of the Pops presenter.