Sunday, 3 March 2019
Is the BBC pushing a Trojan Horse?
Archived from https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-47252756
Date: 1 Mar 2019 20:48:37 UTC
This looked so promising...
"Calan said it had seen a significant increase in people coming forward.
I had a look at the help offered - it looks like it's feminist propaganda targetting vulnerable men.
"A recent report from the UN Secretary General stated that 19 per cent of women between 15 and 49 years of age said they had experienced physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner in the past 12 months.
In 2012, almost half of all women who were victims of
intentional homicide worldwide were killed by an intimate partner or family member, making this issue the leading killer of women worldwide."
I'm going to say the last bit is incredibly unlikely.
The leading killer of women worldwide" is women's male lovers??
So cancer isn't a problem, heart attacks are fine, bombs during wars are not a problem, strokes aren't an issue, diabetes is just dandy?
It's the evil men. Nothing here for them, of course, why would they be, they are evil.
"The level of violence and abuse experienced by all women in everyday surroundings has come to the fore in the last year with the rise of the #Metoo and #Timesup campaigns. "
Yup. False accusations abound, to the point of legal battles. A woman can point and destroy a man's life without him ever getting a trial.
" We all have a part to play in ensuring that the next generation of girls grow up in a world where they don’t have to be scared they will become victims"
Most victims of violence are men. This site doesn't give a damn about them.
This is a bloody trojan horse, targetting the most vulnerable men it can find. I have to wonder if they give them a loaded shotgun and a shot of heroin at the end, to round it all off?