CBC SAYS SHUT UP TO MALE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
As is typical with The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, on the subject of domestic violence CBC maintains the feminist mandate described by Straus:
Method 1. Suppress Evidence
- CBC censors opposing views and research
Method 2 Avoid Obtaining Data inconsistent with the Patriarchal Dominance Theory
- CBC selects news stories that only portray female victimhood
Method 3 Cite only studies that show male perpetration
- CBC Ignores male victims: “the largest number of women killed are under the age of 25 years, so we really would like to be able to reach out to that younger demographic.”
Method 4 Conclude that results support feminist beliefs when they do not.
- CBC Censorship
Method 5 Create “evidence” by citation
- News stories of singular incidents that are not representative of the majority of domestic violence. “largest number of women killed are under the age of 25 years”
Method 6 Obstruct publication of articles(media?) and obstruct funding research that might contradict the idea that male dominance is the cause of PV
- CBC Censorship
Method 7 Harrass, threaten and penalize researches who produce evidence that contradicts feminist beliefs
- CBC support for hateful feminist bigots whose comments are not censored
Meggsy wrote:Posted 2010/12/29 at 2:48 PM ET “there are a bunch of women haters posting. They post on other sites a lot constantly slagging women – it makes you wonder what their motives really are.”
- Facts are irrelevant at CBC and get censored, but unsubstantiated personal attacks are allowed.
On the following news story:
Big Sister CBC is fully supported (via silence) by their own bigoted management, the CBC Ombudsman, Members of Canadian Parliament and the Minster of Heritage who is ultimately responsible for CBC.
CBC has repeatedly censored the following comments with quotes from research and other sources of journalism:
Shame on CBC for promoting this femi-rubbish.
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
Statistics Canada reports that “ALMOST EQUAL PROPORTIONS OF MEN AND WOMEN (7% and 8% respectively) had been the 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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Free advertising to promote misandry by the state media:
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.
Toronto criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Walter Fox speaks before Toronto Police Services on the topic of how government funded women shelter advocates in Ontario have effectively bypassed the democratic process using inquests to make their own hidden agenda the law in Ontario.
Ontario’s zero tolerance policies and practices that have come about as a result of these inquests have effectively labeled men in Ontario as monsters not worthy of equal treatment under the law.
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Why doesn’t CBC report on the women’s shelter close to their headquarters in Toronto?
‘This place … is a ticking timebomb’
A Toronto refuge for abused women infested with violence and prostitution, residents say
By JENNY YUEN, SUN MEDIA
YWCA residence rife with hookers, drugs
Cops make frequent calls to taxpayer-funded building
By JENNY YUEN, SUN MEDIA
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Fed on myths, preying on men
The truth is that the more precisely identified phenomenon of “intimate partner violence” (IPV) in Western culture is gender neutral, an acting out of psychological problems around intimacy that afflict men and women alike. IPV is initiated by both sexes in about equal proportions. Self-defence is rarely the motive for women’s violence against men. Literally hundreds of peer-reviewed, community-based studies, including StatsCan’s, confirm this
This year, the Quebec Auditor-General’s report focused an accusatory light on fiscal profligacy and lack of oversight in the women’s abuse industry. Grants to abuse-related women’s projects have soared from $30-million in 2002-2003 to $60-million in 2007-08. One six-bed shelter’s grants in that period bounced from $58,832 to $406,817, even though the shelter only served nine women throughout 2006-07.
Almost half a million dollars to house nine women? Yet a bamboozled public believes thousands upon thousands of battered women are seeking refuge.
In 2004, the Yellow Brick House, an Aurora, Ont., shelter closed during a labour dispute. It emerged that of the eight women and three children residing there, only one woman was fleeing abuse. The others were homeless.
Edmonton Police Service reports from 1999-2000 indicate the police responded to 3,000 domestic incidents. They referred exactly 24 women–less than 1% — to shelters.
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IPV researcher Deborah Capaldi, Ph.D., a social scientist at the Oregon Social Learning Center, finds that the best way for women to be safe is to not initiate violence against their male partners. According to Dr. Capaldi, “The question of initiation of violence is a crucial one… much IPV is mutual, and initiations — even that seem minor — may lead to escalation.”
As in many studies of IPV, the OYS found that much IPV is bidirectional (meaning both are violent), and in unidirectional abusive relationships, the women were more likely to be abusive than the men.
The study found that a young woman’s IPV was just as predictive of her male partner’s future IPV as the man’s own past IPV. In other words, whereas we often think of men as the only abusers and also as serial abusers, the OYS found that a woman’s violence against her man was as predictive of his violence to her as his own history of violence.
Moreover, the study found that men’s physical aggression changes significantly when they find a new partner. Instead of a man being either a batterer or not, often it was his female partner’s violence or nonviolence which heavily influenced whether he would be violent to her.
Dr. Capaldi believes that current IPV programs are putting women in harm’s way. She says current batterer treatment programs are “ineffective… likely because they are not based on well-conducted research.” She explains:
“Since much IPV is mutual and women as well as men initiate IPV, prevention and treatment approaches should attempt to reduce women’s violence as well as men’s violence. Such an approach has a much higher chance of increasing women’s safety.”
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