Fucking BBC


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15 August 2006

I decided to flick the TV on as seen as I woke up extra-early this morning and couldn’t get back to sleep. Straight away, on came the BBC news, with some solemn female newsreader informing us that “a new study” reveals that more than a million children are effected by domestic violence. No specific man-bashing…not yet anyway.

Naturally there was no hope of any mention of women committing domestic violence, or that women are responsible for more child physical abuse than men, or even that domestic violence and physical child abuse committed by men is more common in “non-traditional” families; i.e. single mummy and her new boyfriend.

No, instead, they went off to a case-study of a girl “who witnessed her father regularly beat her mother, and who often beat her. Her tale is identical to so many many children.”

I turned it off. Fuck it. It’s not even 7:00AM and I’m having my faced rubbed in feminist propaganda. That was the first time the television had been on in five-days; don’t even know why I turned the fucker on in the first place.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 5:48 AM

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At 4:58 PM, Anonymous said…

On the other side itv3 there was . another “review” of a similar nature.Part of the “survey” was financed by anita roddick’s body shop.The word “men” was not mentioned but reference was made to beaten women.All spokespersons were women.

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At 5:30 PM, nevo said…

This people (theBBC) have no idea how badly they whip up paranoia against men.
When I walk in town with my little daughter by the hands I get very annoyed with people staring at me as if I was some kind of pervert about to snacht a little girl.
In the swimming pool is not better. I was waiting for my son to come back from the changing rooms, sitting at the cafeteria. Not far away there was this couple staring at me as if I was about to make a wrong move with any of the kids at the Queue.
No doubt there are some very mentally ill creeps on the loose. But by rousing up paranoia they help no one.
Unless, they need it as a diversion from even worse news from the attention of the public. This is a well trodden tactic to manipulate public opinion by the media

NEVO

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At 6:47 PM, Anonymous said…

The study is here and is quite balanced. It is amazing the spin that gets put on things.
http://www.crin.org/docs/unicef_bs_dom_vio.pdf

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At 1:39 AM, Happy Bullet said…

“The Body Shop”.. Seller of whacked out beauty products extraordinaire, eg. pineapple puff face wash sponsors the Stop Violence Against Women campaign over here. They have their fingers right in the DV pie.

A bit of bad publicity towards them wouldn’t go astray and would serve as a good example I’d say.

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At 2:32 PM, Masculist Man said…

I rarely watch TV or read anything the old media has to say because I know it’s feminist garbage.

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