The cusp of the story is that instead of sending tax payer money back to the tax payers during a [supposed] pandemic, the money was instead given to a domestic terrorist organisation.
State Representative Rolanda Hollis filed House Bill 238 on 13 February 2020. The Bill, if passed into law, would bring reproduction limitation on men. Just men: it is not intended to limit women from having children, nor even from serially getting pregnant and then killing the baby. Under existing law, there are no restrictions on Read more…
‘It seems that you want to go back to the electric shocks again’, the prosecutor told Aser the moment he denied the charge of ‘membership in a terrorist group’. In Egypt, it is a crime to belong to the banned Muslim Brotherhood. Aser’s charge however went beyond mere membership. It also included actively participating in Read more…
Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2019 uses a scale where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean. the CPI analyses public sector corruption in 180 countries and territories around the world. The top countries are New Zealand and Denmark, while the bottom countries are Somalia, South Sudan and Syria. However, when it Read more…
German journalist Gunnar Schupelius has organised a ‘March for Life’ parade every year for some years now. As a journalist he occasionally writes about the need for nations to be at peace, and for dialog over violence at all times. So it is perhaps not too surprising that he has been targeted by feminists for Read more…
منذ نحو 6 سنوات، قرر “عادل نافع” الزواج من سيدة ثانية بخلاف “أم العيال”، وقع اختياره على “تهاني” التي حظيت بدرجة قبول كبيرة لدى الموظف بشركة مصر للبترول بالسويس، واستأجر لها شقة بمنطقة الطالبية غربي محافظة الجيزة، ليقسم أيام الأسبوع السبعة بين المنزلين.
سريعا دبت الخلافات بين الزوجين حديثي العهد، طالب “عادل” زوجته بالتخلي عن ابنتها من زوجها السابق، فقابلته بطلب تطليق زوجته “أم أطفاله الأربعة” وكأن الأمر مباراة ملاكمة يسعى طرفاها لحصار الطرف الآخر حتى توجيه الضربة القاتلة له.
Under Egyptian Personal Status law, although the father is considered to be the guardian of his children, the mother has the right to custody of both male and female children until they reach fifteen years of age. This is applied even if the mother is foreign and intends to take the children out of the country.
The mother kept demanding more, however.
At one time, she made a video of her beating the child. In a short clip, the boy’s skinny body appears, his tears overflowing as he was severely beaten by a woman asking him in a loud voice to call his father, “Say, come, take me .. the spirit of living with him threw you like a dog.” It seems the threat was to pay more, or to see his son beaten.
MADRID, DECEMBER 17, 2019. The HazteOir.org association has filed an appeal against the sanctioning file of the Barcelona City Council that could result in a fine of up to €60,000. This is for taking the #StopFeminazis bus to the city on 4 March 2019; a bus emblazoned with words which requested the repeal of sexist Read more…
Justice for Men & Boys report that the numbers of abused men is much higher than most people would think. Whether as a childhood or as adults, men are only slightly less likely to have experienced sexual abuse than women. Mike Buchanan, the UK political party’s leader writes: Our thanks to Rob, a generous Australian Read more…
The police crime statistics recorded for the whole of Germany in 2018 show slightly more than 611,000 male and just over 414,000 female victims.
But the main media ignore these figures and instead consistently reduce the problem to “violence against women”. Thanks to the Greens, women now receive a taxi voucher in Munich, while the far greater number of male victims (who are still expected to pay a woman’s costs on a date) once again run out of money.
The United Nations say that 94 percent of minors in bondage worldwide are male.
If 94% of imprisoned children were female, that would be a huge gender issue and proof of the oppression of women. So, which sex is it that is being oppressed in the world?
Victims and the public are able to challenge ‘unduly lenient’ prison sentences. Fourteen new offences have been added to the scheme allowing them to do so.
The Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme gives anyone the power to ask the Attorney General to consider referring a sentence to the Court of Appeal for reconsideration – where it could then be potentially increased if deemed unduly lenient.
From 17 November 2019, criminals convicted of stalking, harassment, child sexual abuse and other sex offences could see their sentences increased if victims or the public think their punishment is too lenient.
Matthew said that in the months before his son died, he had telephoned social services and asked: “What is it going to take for you to investigate? Bruises? Broken bones? Or my son to be killed by her?” The alleged reply was: “It won’t come to that.”
France’s Ministry of Equality is considering legislation which punishes partners who so abuse their partner that they commit suicide. If other countries were to follow suit, men as well as women would start to get better legal protection from their abusive partner.