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CBC Feminist Bigot Political Activists*

July 21, 2010

*for those not familiar with the CBC.  The CBC operates with an annual budget including $1.3 billion of Canadian tax-dollars.  If any Canadian citizen does not agree with the CBC, they are still forced to pay for its widespread Canadian propaganda.  The CBC has a public ombudsman, a useless eunuch, who only responds to complaints of accuracy.  The CBC operates independently of the government and there is no avenue to address complaints of bias in reporting and selectively biased reporting.

 

B.C. common-law couples to get marriage rights

 

A Liberal proposal for forced marriage after only two years of cohabitation, with the added benefit of providing more services to women and supposedly avenues for avoiding court, but no mandatory mediation, no services for men and especially no rights for children to maintain a relationship with both parents.

 

The lawyers (parasites) are drooling at the opportunity for an increase in gold-diggers and dead-beats attempting to live of the hard work of others.

 

 

CBC provides a quote from a feminist political activist (Tracy Porteous, the executive director of the Ending Violence Association of B.C. *for women only)

 

"I think the minister is taking a big step to increase the safety of women and children," said Porteous.”

 

CBC doesn’t not bother with any expert research in the field of domestic violence (such as Dr. Don Dutton (at UBC) or Dr. Murray Straus or any experts at the National Family Violence Legislative Resource Center). 

It’s not just bad journalism, it is bigoted feminist political activism

 

Bigoted feminist CBC moderators are censoring comments that offer direct quotes from valid research, such as:

 

Dr. Dutton (UBC), Journal of Child Custody 2006 , 3 (1) 

 

Apart from IPV directed to a partner, feminist theory also ignores violence by women directed at children, probably because such violence falls outside the political view of being a response to an oppressor male. However, violence and abuse toward children is of central importance to custody assessors, more so than the varieties of IPV described by Johnson.

 

In that respect, custody assessors should be aware of the largest study of child abuse and neglect that, to my knowledge, has ever been conducted. This is a study of 135,573 child maltreatment investigations conducted by Health Canada and Published by the National Clearing House on Family Violence (Trocme 2001). The study designates the abuse type as physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment and "multiple categories". The investigations are further divided into substantiated, suspected and unsubstantiated categories. Substantiation rates do not, in general, vary by gender of perpetrator and run from 52 to 58%. Biological mothers (as compared to biological fathers) are the more likely substantiated perpetrator of physical abuse (47 v 42%), neglect (86 v 33%), emotional maltreatment (61 v 55%) and multiple categories (66 v 36%). The biological father is the most likely perpetrator of sexual abuse (15 v 5%). For physical abuse the substantiation rate was 6% higher for fathers, bringing the total perpetration rates to equality.

 

These data, based on a huge nationally representative sample, tell a very different picture than that presented by Jaffe et al, Bancroft et al, or Johnson, all of whom over rely on shelter samples to draw erroneous conclusions about risk to children.

 

12:44  3:05  5:05 6:42

 

Bigoted feminist CBC moderators are censoring comments that are critical of the feminist ideology and political activist (Tracy Porteous, the executive director of the Ending Violence Association of B.C.. *for women only)), such as:

 

Tracy Porteous, the executive director of the Ending Violence Association of B.C., was enthusiastic about the changes.

"I think the minister is taking a big step to increase the safety of women and children," said Porteous.

 

Tracy Porteous is a feminist political activist, not an expert in domestic violence.  The current system does very little for the safety of women and children.  Research shows that restraining orders do very little to reduce recidivism.

 

By ignoring violent women, the system perpetuates the cycle of family violence that is taught to children and puts children in the custody of abusive women.

 

 3:04 5:04 6:45  Stop the feminist censorship!

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