The Albanese “Violence Against Women” Smokescreen, By Mrs Vera West

"Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times." This is an all-time classic quotation which rings true today of Australia. We are in the phase of the weak men, and for that matter, women too, creating hard times. According to the PM, Albo: "I will walk with women across Australia to say enough is enough," Albanese said on social media platform X. "Violence against women is an epidemic. We must do better." – Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, 27 April, 2024

Yes, a white knight champion, riding to defend all us helpless girls at the mercy of patriarchal violence! Julia Gillard would be proud of him! Only it is another feminist myth, as shown by the statistics on male imprisonment below. What the Albo regime is doing is proposing that there is an on-line aspect to this supposed epidemic, hence to get women, who are easily scared and paniced (I know, I am one!), to jump on board with the on-going censorship regime. Once the censorship prison walls are up, it will be the time of the great tyranny, with no opposition.

Here for example is what the World Economic Forum want: "All Australian children will be forced to submit their biometric data (face scan, palm/finger prints, iris scan, DNA etc) to be granted a unique Digital ID that will enable them to safely navigate cyberspace, and then this will be imposed on everyone. It will effectively remove online anonymity, and will conveniently allow AI-policing to track, profile, censor and punish "misinformation and disinformation" accordingly."

That world, to say the least, would put us right into the Orwellian dystopia of 1984, and beyond, and that is what the Albo regime wants.

https://cairnsnews.org/2024/05/07/devious-albanese-using-violence-against-women-as-smokescreen-to-censor-internet/

"There is no epidemic of violence against women as the ABC and Albanese would have us think

By Stephen Reason

Our WEF-captured Australian Government is attempting to use the fiction of "violent men" to impose "age-assurance technologies" to surveil and censor, and to remove all anonymity from the internet.

All Australian children will be forced to submit their biometric data (face scan, palm/finger prints, iris scan, DNA etc) to be granted a unique Digital ID that will enable them to safely navigate cyberspace, and then this will be imposed on everyone. It will effectively remove online anonymity, and will conveniently allow AI-policing to track, profile, censor and punish "misinformation and disinformation" accordingly.

"I will walk with women across Australia to say enough is enough," Albanese said on social media platform X. "Violence against women is an epidemic. We must do better." – Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, 27 April, 2024

There is no current "epidemic of gender violence against women" in Australia. Furthermore, there is no objectively verifiable "national crisis" of "male domestic violence," and certainly no "national emergency." All such alarmist rhetoric has been specifically crafted to manipulate, program, and to justify a government reaction — a falsehood laced with agenda. Such hyperbolic messaging is being cunningly deployed to justify the preplanned censorship of the internet: "male violence has an online component." By constantly conflating the idea of "male violence" with "epidemic," Albanese is deliberately invoking the notion that men, and their behaviour attitudes, are akin to a social contagion, a disease, a male-specific sickness that can be combatted by political countermeasures, and corrected by a cure: censorship.

Statistically, despite the alleged recent uptick, "the rate of female intimate partner homicide is still the third-lowest in the more than 30 years since such records began."¹ Since 1989, the rate of women killed by their partners has decreased by 66%. There is no "epidemic." To emphatically proclaim otherwise, is categorically nonfactual, hysterical, and merely a political ploy for political ends: a useful lie.

The polarising subject of "male violence against women" is yet another trite cultural-Marxist script. It is always the same tactic: divide and conquer. Once again, the Leftist ideologues are applying their usual interplay of Oppressor (men) and the Oppressed (women) to further divide the genders, and to demoralise and demonise masculinity.

Indeed, a concerted effort by the Ruling Class has been made (over multiple generations) to establish a Western society of emasculated, distracted and depressed males. Men have been socially-engineered to relinquish the role of husband and father, and to forsake what it means to become a self-actualised man. Many spiral ever-downwards as they pursue endorphin-inducing escapisms of gambling, video games, alcoholism, drugs and pornography. By virtue of their XY chromosomes, males are told that they are all guilty components of the predatory Patriarchy — and that they are all to blame for everything deemed blameworthy. All men. Thus, the contorted wreckage of generations of crashed-men lies heaped across the landscape of suburbia — a real crisis.

Ironically, both sexes are always victims of such toxic ideology. Strong men, and traditional nuclear families provide a societal bulwark against the machinations and depredations of tyrannical governments. Weak men, and broken families, will readily capitulate to all unfavourable assaults on civil liberty — for such men have ceased to be valued as protectors, and have nothing to protect.

"Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times."²

The ruling billionaire banker class, the Globalist Corporatocracy, want only weak men.

The death of 27 women this year allegedly at the hand of an intimate partner (11 more than this time last year)³ should never have been declared a "national crisis."⁴ It is nothing more than a series of individual tragedies, amidst the multitude of potential tragedies that may beset anyone, and everyone, in any given moment. People die, often horrifically, perhaps preventably after the fact, sometimes suddenly, at their own hand, and at the hand of others of varying grips over time, or in explosive moments — and the loved ones remain to question, deny, punish and mourn.

This is plight of all souls briefly sojourning in mortal bodies: the inevitable cruelties of a transient life.

There will always be violent men, and there will always be violent women, there will always be victims, and there will always be perpetrators — and there will always be societal and economic pressures that catalyse such malevolent and pathological behaviour. This is the inseparable inhuman component of the human condition. The reasons for domestic homicide are often nuanced and manifold, but often it can be simply stated: some people are just born evil, sometimes evil is born into people.

All this is a timeless human tragedy, but it is not a "national crisis."⁵

Those motivated to partake in the nationwide, "What Were You Wearing?" (WWYW) rallies against male violence, did so sincerely — many bereaved, fearful, and subjectively justified in their individual lamentation and shared victimhood. The personal grievances of the attendees, speakers and organisers are not to be trivialised, and are deserving of expression. However, such grievances were deliberately exploited to justify a preplanned agenda. Our Federal Government is attempting to weaponise the device of "male violence" to advance the their next phase of online censorship.

The 17-nationwide rallies were organised by an Indigenous-led Not-for-profit, (a recipient of generous government-directed taxpayer's money) and were undoubtedly approved to allow the Albanese Government to react publicly, and to virtuously signal actionable solutions. These rallies were Federally-funded, and Federally-sanctioned, and the Federal Government eventually got what it paid for — an opportunity

 

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