Here is some perspective. In 2006 in a country of 34-35 million people there was 78 spousal homicides out of a total of 605 murders in Canada. The vast majority of these murder victims were men as it is every year. Not all spousal homicides are reported as such. Women are devilishly clever at killing their spouses and sometimes these killings are reported as something other than DV. If a new boyfriend (or girlfriend conspiracy as in the Nicky Puddicombe - turned lesbian- murder of her boyfriend Dennis Hoy) is coerced into killing the husband, if a contractor is used, if undetectable methods are employed, or if it just plain appears as accidental it will not appear as a spousal killing. The trend for females being killed is downward showing a total of 56 while male killings went up to 21 from 12.
I would further want you to understand that there could be as many as 2,000 deaths of men by suicide per year due to family court indignities and false accusations related to the corrupt Divorce Industry in this country. That is a serious number. All deaths are tragic but I believe the pendulum has swung way too far to the left. Put another way when dealing with per million couples we see 999,997.7 females do not kill their partners and 999,993 men do not kill their female partners.
The feminists whine and the eunuchs bow down just like we saw with the obsequious President O-Bow-ma to the Emperor of Japan and pander. Its is clear as a bell that in terms of value females have it and men do not. We are disposable.
Family violence in Canada: A statistical profile, 2005, a comprehensive report from Stats Can shows an estimated 7% of women and 6% of men representing 653,000 women and 546,000 men in a current or previous spousal relationship encountered spousal violence during the five years up to and including 2004. You can find the report at this link. Http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/050714/d050714a.htm The feminists whine and the thlibias bow down just like we saw with the obsequious President O-Bow-ma to the Emperor of Japan and pander.
Its is clear as a bell that in terms of value females have it and men do not. We are disposable despite the fact DV is pretty much equal in this country and in many instances the instigator of the DV is the female. In the following study she is 70% likely to start the abuse. http://pn.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/42/15/31-a . Who gets arrested is an entirely different matter. The memory of this loss to Canada has become irrevocably dispersed in the clouded victim feminist gender political ideology and the politicians all act like the panderers they are. Its a pity.MJM
On Dec. 6, 1989, 20 years ago tomorrow, a gunman entered a classroom in Montreal’s École Polytechnique. He separated the men from the women, then shot the women, shouting, “I hate feminists!” as he did so. Fourteen young women died. Ten more were injured. Four men were also shot.
As Canadians across the land prepare to observe the 20th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, it seems a fitting time to take stock of where we are in the fight to end violence against women.
Canadian women are rightfully counted among the most fortunate in the world, our rights protected by law and supported by the progressive attitudes of citizens male and female.