PDA

View Full Version : "Australia says NO to violence against women"



Pages : [1] 2 3

Darkfalz
13-06-2004, 11:35 PM
Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?

"If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."

Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over 30%
of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).

So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
things equal, right?

These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of the
story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
him because he was a man and could take it?

Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
women and CHILDREN.

damnfine
14-06-2004, 12:15 AM
Darkfalz wrote:
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."

Or, better still, you.


--
/^\damnfine/^\
"To disbelieve in the gods is at the same time to
affirm life, purpose, and beauty." - Emma Goldman

DemSoc
14-06-2004, 12:25 AM
You got it in one. The femnazis want a society of whipped lapdogs.

"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
30%
> of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>
> So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
> things equal, right?
>
> These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
the
> story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
> him because he was a man and could take it?
>
> Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> women and CHILDREN.
>
>

Roy Wilke
14-06-2004, 12:25 AM
"DemSoc" <DemSoc@MarxismIsEvil.com> wrote in message
news:1wYyc.19342$sj4.2800@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> You got it in one. The femnazis want a society of whipped lapdogs.


Whipped cream is a much more practical cooking ingredient, though.


(snip)


>
>

TheMan
14-06-2004, 12:55 AM
"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."

What the Ad really tried to say was "Women, vote for Liberals in the
upcoming federal election".

What with the Telinfo "Hey people in the bush, vote Liberal" and Medicare
safetynet "Hey families vote for Liberals" ad's, it's no surprise.

-TheMan-

TheMan
14-06-2004, 01:05 AM
"DemSoc" <DemSoc@MarxismIsEvil.com> wrote in message
news:1wYyc.19342$sj4.2800@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> You got it in one. The femnazis want a society of whipped lapdogs.

So do I assume you aren't voting for the people who made the Ad, the
Liberals?

Then again you've always been a Liberal voter haven't you Moz.

-TheMan-

mĒdcĒt
14-06-2004, 02:05 AM
On Sun, 13 Jun 2004 13:49:53 GMT, "TheMan" <noreply@noreply.com>
wrote:

>
>"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
>news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
>> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>>
>> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
>What the Ad really tried to say was "Women, vote for Liberals in the
>upcoming federal election".
>
>What with the Telinfo "Hey people in the bush, vote Liberal" and Medicare
>safetynet "Hey families vote for Liberals" ad's, it's no surprise.

And the Seppos "Hey Australia vote for John Howard. OR ELSE"

DJ
14-06-2004, 11:35 AM
I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
this thing you have against women.)

Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
thing.

DJ


"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
30%
> of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>
> So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
> things equal, right?
>
> These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
the
> story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
> him because he was a man and could take it?
>
> Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> women and CHILDREN.
>
>

Darkfalz
14-06-2004, 12:25 PM
"DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> seriously have a problem with women.

You say this as if women are beyond reproach. There is a lot wrong with
modern Australian women. There is a lot wrong with the way they are put up
on pedestals in the media while men are scrutinised the nth degree.

Open your eyes and you'll see where the real problem lies.

mĒdcĒt
14-06-2004, 01:05 PM
On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 10:23:44 +1000, "DJ"
<darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote:

>I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
>seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
>not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal with
>this thing you have against women.)

And you have a talent for stating the BLEEDING OBVIOUS.

Stuart Fenech
14-06-2004, 01:45 PM
"DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> seriously have a problem with women. You should get some sort of help (I'm
> not being mean, I really think you need some professional help to deal
with
> this thing you have against women.)
>
> Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> them), but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> thing.
>
> DJ

Hrrrm... there is really a problem with violence against men. It's not as
common as violence against women. But it is a problem. It is shrouded in
problems relating to masculinity, etc. Men are just as, perhaps even more,
unlikely to come forward with domestic violence because of a feeling that it
makes you 'less than a man'. These are very difficult areas. I agree with
the original post - we should denounce ALL violence.

Stuart

lord zog
14-06-2004, 02:05 PM
Darkfalz wrote:
>
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over 30%
> of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>
> So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
> things equal, right?
>
> These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of the
> story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
> him because he was a man and could take it?
>
> Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> women and CHILDREN.

Truth.

The single sidedness of these ads I think are going to work against the
intended effect.
--
Jon
-----
Cats are the embodiment of angels here on Earth.

Hammer
14-06-2004, 03:25 PM
This is why I advocate the right to own firearms for self-defence. There are
too many of these gung-ho dickheads out there looking for trouble all the
time. If a few of them were shot it might make the rest of them think twice.

Sometimes only the threat of deadly force will stop some people. All it
takes is for one of them to be shot dead by an armed citizen and the rest
would find something else to do - that's what happens in areas of America
where citizens have the right to defend themselves meaningfully. It's just
too much risk to screw with an armed population. The message is clear -
Australia is unarmed, and you can screw with anyone weaker than you because
they can't fight back with any meaningful force.

A message to anyone in Australia, if someone is stronger than you they can
do whatever they like to you because there's little you can do about it,
unless there is a cop close by. Criminals and corrupt government agents have
this wonderful perfect utopia called Australia where they can do what they
like to the unarmed populace, the one thing a criminal most fears is a
firearm in the hands of the law-abiding citizen or honest law-enforcement
officer. When a criminal encounters such a firearm they usually lose their
freedom or their life which is of course beneficial to the law-abiding
populace as well as the honest law enforcement officers.

Put the right to keep and bear arms into the equation and a whole new
attitude is expressed.

H&G

"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
>
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> Men are already the victims of the overwhelming majority of violent crimes
> excluding rape, and recent studies find that men are the victims in over
30%
> of domestic violence reports (typically to women abusers).
>
> So I guess we should be doing everything we can to push that up and make
> things equal, right?
>
> These ads are disgusting. Where are the abused men telling their side of
the
> story? Where are the stupid bitches claming they thought it was OK to hit
> him because he was a man and could take it?
>
> Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> women and CHILDREN.
>
>

Scott Hillard
14-06-2004, 10:15 PM
"DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...

> Anyway, your statistics may or may not be right (I don't care to check
> them),

He's a loon, but he happens to be pretty spot-on in this case.

> but it is pretty clear that there is an issue with violence against
> women in the community, and a campaign that can help change that is a good
> thing.

Sure, but there is a MUCH bigger problem with violence against men.

Men are more likely to be the victims of assault, assault occasioning
greivous bodily harm, murder, and pretty much all non-sexual violence.

Still waiting for the ad campaign about that......

Scott Hillard
14-06-2004, 10:15 PM
"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
> "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."

> Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including men,
> women and CHILDREN.

Except those that deserve it.

They should be killed.

Scott Hillard
14-06-2004, 10:15 PM
"Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
news:2j4cp1FsuhrnU1@uni-berlin.de...
> "DJ" <darrelljackson@REMOVE.ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
> news:te6zc.16$584.890@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> > I've been reading your posts on and off over the months, and mate, you
> > seriously have a problem with women.
>
> You say this as if women are beyond reproach. There is a lot wrong with
> modern Australian women. There is a lot wrong with the way they are put up
> on pedestals in the media while men are scrutinised the nth degree.
>
> Open your eyes and you'll see where the real problem lies.


I'd say there was a bigger problem with softcock men who bow and scrape to
such women.

Scott Hillard
14-06-2004, 10:15 PM
"Stuart Fenech" <clocks@humanfrailty.com> wrote in message
news:caj2ti$u7t$1@lust.ihug.co.nz...

> Hrrrm... there is really a problem with violence against men. It's not as
> common as violence against women.

Like hell it isn't - men are FAR more likely to be the victims of violent
crime.

> But it is a problem. It is shrouded in
> problems relating to masculinity, etc.

Oh bullshit.

> Men are just as, perhaps even more,
> unlikely to come forward with domestic violence because of a feeling that
it
> makes you 'less than a man'. These are very difficult areas. I agree with
> the original post - we should denounce ALL violence.

Nonsense, only violence that harms innocent people should be denounced.
Violence executed in just causes should be lauded.

Roy Wilke
14-06-2004, 10:25 PM
"Scott Hillard" <shillard@_nospam_ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:nJfzc.211$584.6067@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
>
> "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...
> > Why don't they just say what they clearly mean?
> > "If you must beat on someone, make sure it's a man! Then it's OK."
>
> > Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including
men,
> > women and CHILDREN.
>
> Except those that deserve it.
>
> They should be killed.

Wouldn't it be better to just drown them at birth?

Scott Hillard
14-06-2004, 10:45 PM
"Roy Wilke" <roy@notanisp.com.au> wrote in message
news:40cd89e6$0$13622$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.a u...
> "Scott Hillard" <shillard@_nospam_ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
> news:nJfzc.211$584.6067@nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> > "Darkfalz" <darkfalz@xis.com.au> wrote in message
> > news:2j2vf6Fsov8kU1@uni-berlin.de...

> > > Australia should be saying NO to violence against EVERYONE, including
> > > men, women and CHILDREN.

> > Except those that deserve it.
> > They should be killed.

> Wouldn't it be better to just drown them at birth?

Depending on your level of foresight, but you can probably work out which
ones will deserve the noose by the time they are 12.

Hammer
14-06-2004, 11:45 PM
I believe that self-defence is the only truly justifiable excuse for
violence.

If there is a case of corruption in government that is causing a loss of
freedoms of the common man, a common man can attempt to expose the corrupt
individuals and if they come to do harm to him only then can he use
violence, in which case would be a justifiable excuse as that would be
clearly self defence.

H&G

> Nonsense, only violence that harms innocent people should be denounced.
> Violence executed in just causes should be lauded.

Hosted by: Eyo Technologies Pty Ltd. Sponsored by: Actiontec Pty Ltd