CBC SAYS SHUT UP TO MALE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation receives $1.2 billion in tax dollars every year with a mandate to (supposedly) present fair and balanced news coverage.
On a daily basis, CBC decides which news stories to publish and which news stories to close comments.
A definite and repeat pattern deliberate bias emerges from CBC news stories and decisions to close comment.
1. Avoid news stories with a female perpetrator or male victim
Example – After 2 months of trial, CBC has not posted a single news story from the Elaine Campione Murder Trial.
2. Close comments on stories that involve a female perpetrator or male victim to prevent public discussion.
3. Open comments on stories that involve a male perpetrator or female victim.
It defies logic:
- Woman accused of violent crime = closed for comment
- Man accused of violent crime = open for comment
- Man acquitted of false allegations = closed for comment
I’ve complained about CBC repeatedly, but CBC doesn’t respond to complaints from Canadian citizens who pay taxes. Even the CBC Ombudsman and Members of Parliament and The Minister of Heritage are useless and spineless bureaucrats.
This isn’t the first time, but today CBC SAYS SHUT UP TO MALE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and continues to censor valid research from the Government of Canada
On the following news story, all of these comments were censored by CBC BIGOTS:
Stop all family violence
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
“ALMOST EQUAL PROPORTIONS OF MEN AND WOMEN (7% and 8% respectively) had been victims of intimate partner physical and psychological abuse (18% and 19% respectively). These findings were consistent with several earlier studies which reported equal rates of abuse by women and men in intimate relationships.”
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CallmeDave wrote: “I hope that this program is fair and targets violence perpetrated by both genders.”
There are no such programs in Canada, everything is run by feminist ideologues.
Help for men:
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The choice is clear:
Either we continue to disseminate misleading and false information that conforms to a self-serving ideological agenda. Or we move forward in our shared goal to help families become violence free. As long as we as a society continue to ignore women’s violence against men, the cycle of family violence will continue to be taught to children.
Senator Ann Cools speaks before members of Toronto Police Services on the subject of persecution and injustice committed against men as a result of zero tolerance domestic violence laws in Ontario. Senator Cools describes how women’s shelters are creating “bogus” statistics to mislead the public about the truth about domestic violence.
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In Canada, in 2006, out of 605 murders, 78 were spousal homicides. The total for the women, 56, is six fewer than in 2005 and represents the fifth consecutive annual decline in numbers of women killed. But spousal homicides were up altogether in 2006, because more men were killed by women. Killings of male partners by women increased from 12 in 2005 to 21 in 2006.
Even men who do nothing legally, morally, or prudentially wrong stand to lose everything upon separation: custody of their children, possession of their homes, and a large chunk of their incomes. The law is set up to allow women to continue on with the children after separation as much as possible without breaking their stride. Thus the suicide rate remains constant for women after separation, but increases four- to six-fold for men. Men do–and should–very much fear the legal consequences of divorce for their psychological and financial well-being. Much moreso than women, in most cases.
About 3,800 Canadians die annually by suicide, and about 20,000 hospitalized suicide attempts are recorded annually. For every homicide, there are about five suicides – and yet there is no national funding for suicide prevention
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people aged 15-34, the third for the 35-44 bracket and the fourth for the 45-54 age bracket – and yet there is no national funding
Why must political gender bias be so prevalent that suicide prevention is ignored because of the politically inconvenient reality that it afflicts males fourfold to females? Why don’t we at least delude ourselves intelligently by funding suicide research on the basis that 12 times as many women die from suicide as from domestic violence?
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