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Parents face jail if access is denied
Friday, December 29, 2000, Cathy Pryor, The Australian
From Australia: an interesting new law. Hopefully, for the children, the judges will enforce it.

The Webcam Dad
Monday, December 18, 2000, The Mirror
If you ever had doubts about the disturbingly dysfunctional people in the divorce industry, this will let you know just where their head is at. No wonder our children have so many problems.

IT'S Mrs BORIS DECKER
Friday, December 22, 2000, Allan Hall, The Sun.
Domestic violence from a violent and irresponsible wife who then kidnaps the children. Wanna bet this is suppressed in the rest of the media?
Becker's wife seeks alimony
Thursday, December 14, 2000, National Post
Boris Becker's nightmare begins.
Becker files for divorce as split turns nasty
Friday, December 22, 2000, National Post
She took off, he filed.
Becker files for custody
Thursday, December 28, 2000, National Post
A concerned father -- and rightly so.
Becker fuels dispute over child custody
Thursday, December 28, 2000, Hannah Cleaver, National Post
Father concerned for his children sparks debate on US/German child kidnapping rules.

Frosty's patriarchal agenda, unmasked
Tuesday, December 26, 2000, Meghan Cox Gurdon, National Post
The snow plot. Snow man are discriminatory, snow women are harassment. The fem's double-think outlined.
Editorial cartoon as a gif
Tuesday, December 26, 2000, National Post
Snowman comments.
What's male, white and politically incorrect?
Friday, December 22, 2000, Alan Freeman, The Globe and Mail
More stupidity that shows just how ignorant radical feminism has become....and the Ontario legislature. Wanna bet the snowman bill will be introduced in February?
Frosty the sexist snowman
Friday, December 22, 2000, Charlie Gillis, National Post

Bill 117 guts men's rights
Wednesday, December 20, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
With the passage of Bill 117, we have to look at the betrayal of the province by the Attorney General and the PC party, and the other parties that supported the Bill.
One phone call away from ruin
Monday, December 18, 2000, Eli Schuster, Report Newsmagazine
A bad bill, described. How did this happen?
Train AGs in Rudimentary Law
Monday, November 13, 2000, Rob Martin, Law Times
The legal profession pans Bill 117. Professor Martin missed the many of the people who spoke against this draconian bill, but his analysis is correct. The government of Mike Harris is seeking to turn the "justice" system in the province of Ontario back before the Magna Carta, back to the Dark Ages of Europe of a thousand years ago -- with the complete support of the other parties in the legislature. These people should be subject to their own proposed laws.
Men 'one phone call' from total destruction'
Saturday, November 4, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Mr. Brown who attended the last day of hearings on Bill 117 speaks of the danger. More on Bill 117 and the great miscarriage of justice it represents can been found in the Ontario Legislature section of the site.
The Flaherty twins
Friday, December 8, 2000, Editorial, Toronto Star
Tagged on here because of the total illogical editorial position taken in the Star. They complain about the illegal positions taken in the organised crime legislation, which is much weaker than is in Bill  117, then complains that 117 doesn't go far enough. Of course, and is typical with the Star, no letters pointing this out were ever published.

The Making of an 8-Year-Old Woman
Sunday, December 24, 2000, Lisa Belkin, New York Times Magazine
Excellent article on the possible reasons for the earlier puberty in girls. 'It appears that the quality of the father-daughter relationship is the most important aspect of early family environment in relation to subsequent puberty.' Surprise, surprise. There are a number of articles on this on the site, and I would note that when then talk of father, they mean the biological father of the child [since some segments of society have attempted to redefine fatherhood].

We are tearing families apart
Tuesday, December 12, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
When love isn't enough
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Mother presumed guilty by court
Thursday, December 14, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
'Why did somebody decide she couldn't be my mother?'
Friday, December 15, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
We need protection from the protectors
Saturday, December 16, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Dave Brown's five-part series that takes a critical look at Canada's family court system with respect to the child "proetection" poeple. He writes that family courts have moved far beyond protecting children from abuse. They deal now in terms such as "a child in need," and "best interests." That means the court can decide a child needs better parents, even if the child has not been abused or neglected.

Rape crisis centre in B.C. endures assault
Saturday, December 23, 2000, Michele Landsberg, Toronto Star
The old hag at it again. Apparently, the women's movement cannot survice in this country without being discriminatory and bigotted powers to fight discrimination and bigotry that does not meet their acceptable criteria of discrimination and bigotry. Or something like that. As if she knew what being a man in this country is like. The eugenics has not yet been eradicated from the women's movement -- beware.
Centre right to reject transsexual, Rebick says
Tuesday, December 19, 2000, Ian Bailey, National Post
One bigot for "genetic purity"....but she does identify that the heart of the women's movement is just this bigotry and discrimination.
Should Transsexual Counsel Rape Victims?
Sunday, December 17, 2000, Mindelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun
Jacobs figures transsexuals cannot counsel rape victims -- only rabid, propaganda-spouting, genetically pure lesbians have the credibility.
Woman felt humiliated by Rape Relief
Tuesday, December 12, 2000, Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun
More information of the impact on Nixon of not being able to be a rabid feminist, propaganda-spouting lesbian.
Rape centre defends denying volunteer job
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, The Globe and Mail
Bigotry to the fore. Half of the "spokeswomen" look "like a man wearing a woman's dress," and all act much worse.
Fighting to do a woman's work
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Stephane Nolan, The Globe and Mail
All the animals were created more equal than others. And some of the pigs seem more equal than others two. The women's movement chokes on bigotry, hypocrisy and Kimberly Nixon.
The BC Human Rights Tribunal's Preliminary Decison on Kimberly Nixon's complaint can be read here too.

2000: The year the music died
Saturday, December 30, 2000, Peter C. Newman, National Post
Newman's summary of Mr. Chretien's performance: 'Liberal rule reminiscent of Hoxha's Albania'

Covenant marriage allows couples to safeguard their commitment
Saturday, December 30, 2000, Siobhan Roberts, National Post
Making it harder to divorce is sometimes better.

Guides accused of losing their way
Saturday, December 16, 2000, David Graves, The Daily Telegraph
The guides lose it....oust marriage and spouses from the handbook so they don't feel inferior for having parents with half a brain. How to damage kids even more -- no compas to direct their lives whatsoever.
A very bad guide
Saturday, December 16, 2000, The Daily Telegraph
Sex-crazed papers pollute sceptred isle
Saturday, December 30, 2000,
Nothing really except for verification of the rest of the telegraph article above, including the "colour photograph of an obese teenage girl holding an unrolled condom aloft like a fish she had caught. This shocker came from Look Wider, a new handbook for Girl Guides." I would also not the guy who drowned his wife to avoid the messy divorce....he must has seen Bill 117.

Teenager lied about disposing of baby: police
Friday, December 29, 2000, Chris Lambie, National Post
Using the argument of "why would she lie when she knew she's get caught", she must be telling the truth. Of course, she was never pregnant, never gave birth, but that must be rejected as questionning by the good feminists we are....

Mum's the word: why many women prefer to stay at home
Saturday, December 23, 2000, Bettina Arnt, The Age (Melbourne)
Women's get a choice....and act on it.

Woman sued for lying over father of child
Friday, December 22, 2000, Robert Verkaik, The Independent
Well, she told him after 7 years she says...huh. Her lawyer makes case for no child support -- wanna bet that doesn't work both ways.

Woman throws daughters off ledge, jumps
Thursday, December 21, 2000, Toronto Star
Another murder-suicide.

Divorce legislation criticised in report
Thursday, December 21, 2000, Robert Verkaik, The Independent
Thrown into mediation too soon for it to work.

Oh, aren't judges wonderful
Tuesday, December 19, 2000, Ian Hunter, National Post
Judges make a movie, about how great they are and how they should not be accountable to anyone. Pish.

Irvine will scrap 'no fault' divorce
Monday, December 18, 2000, Frances Gibb, The Times
If only it was true that this automatic family dissolution would go, so many children could be saved.
The family way
Monday, December 18, 2000, Editorial, The Times
Do away with no-fault.

The return of the heretic
Sunday, December 3, 2000, Neil Lyndon, The Sunday Times
Part 1of a two part article on the results of disagreeing with the radical feminist political machine -- even 20 years ago.
Fighting the fundamentalists
Sunday, December 10, 2000, Neil Lyndon, The Sunday Times
Part 2of a two part article on the results of disagreeing with the radical feminist political machine -- even 20 years ago.
Poor diddums...love, the girls
Sunday, December 17, 2000, Lesley White, The Sunday Times
Patronising feminists who just how shallow and bigotted they are.
Lyndon and the women: what Sunday Times readers think
Sunday, December 17, 2000, The Sunday Times
Readers on on both sides....but this type of radical feminism is shown to be dying.

Women's unit to shut down
Sunday, December 17, 2000, Michael Prescott, The Sunday Times
What a great idea for Canada. Equality!!!!...but with this bunch?

Away in a manger no crib for a bed - or Joseph for a dad
Sunday, December 17, 2000, Deborah Collcutt, The Sunday Times
No dad for Jesus any more in England. If nothing else shows how sick society has become ....

Looks like a clear case of gender bias
Saturday, December 16, 2000, Mindelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun
Even Jacobs recognised how bad this is.
'I made a tremendous error in judgment'
Saturday, December 16, 2000, Gordon Kent, The National Post
Apparently statutory rape is simply an error in judgement that in Canada means nothing....unless you are a man. Men would have had considerable jail time for this, but this woman who decided to use a child as a sperm donor just made an "error in judgment".
Townsfolk mum about affair
Friday, December 15, 2000, Jill Mahoney, The Globe and Mail
Affair and trial kept secret in town. What do they think of this woman who used a student as a sperm donors?
Teacher acquitted on sex charges
Thursday, December 14, 2000, Jill Mahoney, The Globe and Mail
Open season on Canada's students for female predators. This is even more disgusting than the previous judgements to sentence the predator to bed with their victims. Elm Street -- the magazine for rapists -- will be delighted with this.
Affair goes from track meet to hotel rooms to courthouse
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Gordon Kent, The National Post
The call of the feminists: 'I didn't understand what was going on at first. I didn't think I was a victim. Then I sat down and realized I was.' Only for women though.

Woman's actions 'gross abuse of power'
Tuesday, December 12, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
False accusations destroy a man, and judge says there is more than enough evidence for jail. However, another abuse of power again refuses to put a woman in jail for such horrendous crimes...and does not require any compensation to the victim. The abuse of judicial power is alive and well.

Witness was 'seeking attention' when he confessed to killing
Friday, December 15, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Yeah, right...bragged about the murder to the cops? Bright kid.
Man admitted killing Dell's ex-lover, court told
Thursday, December 14, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Kid's testimony that he torched Fillmore's place, and he didn't. Witness is still dead.
Dell confided to inmate she killed husband, trial hears
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
She never stops.
'I know she is going to kill me for this'
Friday, December 8, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Former lesbian lover feared reprisals for her testimony...and she was killed when her place was torched. Judge decides that if you kill the witness then their evidence dies too. Get the feeling this judge doesn't want justice for Dell?
Dell performed 'voodoo thing' on doll, court hears
Wednesday, December 6, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
"Smart, New York" lesbian affair turned weird. Dell looks forward to the death of her ex-husband.
Woman testifies Dell often spoke of wanting spouse dead
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
...and checked out the anti-freeze death.
Murder trial hears of antifreeze conversation
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Looking for the dosage with the help of many.
Probe Dell's death, doctor urged
Friday, December 1, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
He wasn't depressed. He had just been given a clean bill of health after cancer treatment.
Dell's daughter tells of 'weird' conversation
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Strange?
Dell urged daughter to lie, court hears
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Father falsely accused of sexual abuse, girl testifies. Terrified child used as a weapon.
Accused killer intently watches tape of herself
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell likes herself on tape.
Housemate lied, murder suspect says
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Pot calls the kettle black....but of course she did blacken her, didn't she.
Judge says no to voice from beyond the grave
Saturday, November 25, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Well, if you kill the witnesses, that's just OK to this judge. You doubt that this judge is going out of his way not to convict?
Lover 'had reason' to lie
Friday, November 24, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered witness against husband-killer Dell is called "vengeful". What a crowd!
Man's last words tell of great love
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Men feel more deeply again it seems.
Court hears dying man's final thoughts
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
The poor deluded guy never knew what hit him, or what an evil woman this was. (Love blindeth).
Ex-lover haunts murder trial
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Accused killer practised 'weird' rituals'
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Killer fancied herself a modern day witch.
Trial hears voice from grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Ex-lover 'testifies' from the grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered Witness's video tape.
Judge discharges jury in murder trial
Tuesday, November 7, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell gets desired trial by judge alone. Judges are so much more inclined to use gender as the basis for their decisions.
Killaloe woman pleads not guilty in husband's killing
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Cherrylle Dell pleads not guilty to the murder of her ex-husband in poisoning by anti-freeze case. We will follow this one.
'Mrs. Robinson' slew hubby, ex-lover: Cops
Wednesday, March 15, 2000, Jason Cumming, Toronto Sun
"A bisexual "Mrs. Robinson" allegedly laces her hubby's wine with antifreeze and then is accused of convincing a teen to kill her former lesbian lover on the eve of a trial where she was to be the star witness."
Woman faces second murder charge in death of female friend
Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Joanne Laucius, National Post
One husband, one lesbian lover killed. Hmmm....looks like a sentence for the lover's murder is coming.

Courts often encourage parents to keep bickering
Tuesday, December 19, 2000, Donna Laframboise, National Post
One opinion on the case.
Mother ordered to butt out in the car
Friday, December 15, 2000, Kim Lunman, The Globe and Mail
It would be nice to think that the judge looked at the interests of the child, but it was a consent agreement. Hardly a court with a decision.
Father asks court to protect child from mother's smoke
Saturday, December 2, 2000, King Lee, National Post
Protecting child from second-hand smoke in a closed environment. Is this reasonable?

National poverty rate dips
Saturday, December 16, 2000, Shawn McCarthy, The Globe and Mail
Careful....lots of this is smoke and mirrors with bad measures of poverty and tricky manipulations with non-deductible support. If the LICO "poverty rate" drops, it actually menas there is less spread of salaries, not more. The problem with writing about what they don't understand.
Poverty rates dropped in 1998: report
Friday, December 15, 2000, Allison Dunfield, The Globe and Mail

Chrétien's plan for a Canadian underclass
Saturday, December 16, 2000, David Frum, National Post
Two ingredients go into making an underclass. The first and most fateful is welfare.....The second ingredient in an underclass is fatherlessness, which is welfare's almost inevitable consequence.

Supreme Court tightens standards on police wiretaps
Friday, December 15, 2000, Luiza Chwialkowska, National Post
Wiretap use more than 'last resort,' top court rules
Friday, December 15, 2000, Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star
Supreme Court makes in clear. It is OK for the CAS to break down your door, invade your house, take your child from you kicking and screaming, auction them off in the adoption buiness -- but a wire tap is intrusive. What planet are these people from?

Modern life fills children with anxiety, study finds
Friday, December 15, 2000, Jonathon Gatehouse, National Post
The toll of divorce and the social decay on our children.

Why breast-feeding is such a touchy subject
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Patricia Pearson, National Post
Breast feed until they're 20?

Man drops bid to force wife to pump breast milk
Thursday, December 14, 2000, Francine Dubé, National Post
Breast feeding is a standard excuse for a lactating mother to deny accesss to men for the first 3-5 years of a child's life. Pumps are standard fare for women these days who want to go to a movie, or to work. But for dad....????!!!! In this case though, she decided to wean the little one, it was consent, not the courts.

Today's judge chats on-line
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
Judicial bigotry, ignorance and ineptness not travels at the speed of light! The judge you see may not the be judge you get.

Test for ban on questioning of rape accusers tested
Clare Dyer, Guardian Observer (UK)
Bigorty blatantly used in Canadian courts still being questioned in the UK.

White Ribbon Campaign targets all men
Monday, December 11, 2000, Gerald Gauthier, Letters to the Editor, Toronto Star
Right on Gerry! (this was also in the Toronto Sun)
White Ribbon Campaign supports all
Monday, December 18, 2000, Michael Kaufman, Letters to the Editor
Toronto Star
Their website is one of the putrid and discriminatory sites on the net. It is absolutely amazing that Michael Kaufman doesn't seem to have even looked at what he is sending people to" http://www.whiteribbon.ca/.

The truth about men and women
Monday, December 11, 2000, Dave Hill, Guardian Observer (UK)
Summary of an interview with feminist and activist Lynne Segal. She figures feminism needs to liberate both genders.
Feminism in the 21st century
Monday, December 11, 2000, Dave Hill, Guardian Observer (UK)
Extended interview

Kids' poo-poo jokes are on a par with this puerile pooki play
Sunday, December 10, 2000, Rosie Dimanno, Toronto Star
Rosie's review of the Vagina Monologues. An occasional breath of fresh air from the Star.

Children who give schools a vested interest in failure
Sunday, December 10, 2000, Melanie Phillips, The Sunday Times
As more students are made and classed as troubled, more money flows. So what do the schools learn?

`Family values' a myth of suburban '50s
Sunday, December 10, 2000, Michele Landsberg, Toronto Star
The old witch out remaking history again. Certainly a good indicator of her behaviour in her relationships.

Prisoner begs parents' pardon
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Daniel Leblanc, The Globe and Mail
Figures if she cries and whines enough, she will get off? She likely will too.
Bonacci pleads to be released
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Lots of pleading in these pleadings. In a real DV court this would be ignored....as would the others the courts routinely victimise.
Please consider this an apology
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Teresa Bonacci, Ottawa Citizen
Teresa Bonacci's note begging judge for a pardon (verbatim).
Letters from the family: I believe that Teresa has a good heart
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Frank Bonacci, Ottawa Citizen
Dad's letter.
Letters from the family: You alone have the power to help Teresa
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Luigi Bonacci, Ottawa Citizen
Letter from the brother.
Letters from the family: We implore you to show compassion
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Maria Rita Martino-Bonacci, Ottawa Citizen
Mom's letter.
Prisoner apologizes to taxpayers
Friday, December 8, 2000, Daniel Leblanc, The Globe and Mail
Crocodile tears? or she doesn't like jail?
Why did she want family dead?
Friday, December 8, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Knew right from wrong....and this is domestic violence. Men are automatically locked-up and the key thrown aways. Why is SHE different I wonder?
Detective posing as hit man foiled plan to murder family
Saturday, November 25, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
She wanted her parents beat to death -- painfully.
Parents defend daughter
Saturday, February 27, 1999, Gary Dimmock, National Post
Well, parents can't believe it.
Woman charged in plot to 'hit' family
Friday, February 26, 1999, Gary Dimmock, The Ottawa Citizen
She missed.

Chretien eyes cradle-to-grave benefits
Saturday, December 9, 2000, James Baxter, National Post
Divorced dads still get the grave, I bet. This should do away with child support -- but it would never be implemented that way.

The best form of contraception is a university degree
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Hugh MacKay, The Age (Melbourne)
Australia also does not have enough children to support its population.

U.S. may soon open doors to battered wives
Saturday, December 9, 2000, Pauline Jelinek, National Post
Wow. Now a convenient lie may get you immigrant status in the US. This should expand the block in idiot voters, and hasten the cultural collapse of the US.

Man suspected of anti-women graffiti arrested
Thursday, December 7, 2000, Jonathon Gatehouse, National Post
Believe it or not, this is not about the anti-man hate campaigns of the United Way, the TIPS, the Solictor General and the Attorney General. Justice is not justice in this province.

Man with cerebral palsy robbed by three women
Thursday, December 7, 2000, The National Post
Nah...they wouldn't. Duh!

Rethinking the way to complain effectively
Thursday, December 7, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Suggestions on complaining and contacting media -- including brevity first, completeness second.

Justice of the peace faces four charges
Thursday, December 7, 2000, Kevin Cox, The Globe and Mail
Heh, it's a female justice, so they don't say much.

Arrest made after threats
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, National Post
Nah...she wouldn't. Duh!

Four of five Canadians lack faith in justice system: survey
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, Tom Arnold, National Post
Compas said 90% lacked faith in the family law system....and at FACT it is closer to 100%.

Father's abuse conviction looks more like a con job
Monday, December 4, 2000, Fred Reed, The Washington Times
'What passes for a system of criminal justice in this country is positively scary.' Of course, Canada has less protections than in the US, so be very scared...

Women pay high price for success
Monday, December 4, 2000, Elizabeth Judge, The Times
Of course, men are successful with no effort? Just more self-indulgence.

Why babies are this year's wedding accessory
Sunday, December 3, 2000, Lowri Turner, The Sunday Times
Children become accessories as "mothers" become more and more self-indulgent. Most have not seen families themselves, so is this a surprise?

Children learn to kill in a moral dead zone
Sunday, December 3, 2000, Melanie Phillips
The Sunday Times
"Their violence arises from rage, rooted in emotional chaos and neglect as their families fragment. They rob not for possessions but for the sake of violence and for power. With no male role models in their families, boys define themselves by "thugging out". Anyone smaller, cleverer or different becomes a target for bullying or attack." If you look at other articles on this site, you will see that this holds at least equally for female bullies.

Police find U.S. children
Monday, December 4, 2000,
Another maternal kidnapping. At least this one was solved, but it still took almost 6 months.

Jowell: Don't say marriage is the ideal
Saturday, December 2, 2000, Rachel Sylvester, The Daily Telegraph
Hmmm...government minister says don't embarass parents by letting their kids know what is best for kids. Ooops, no, that's hide the truth from the kids.

Misled parties in business deals can't sue: court
Friday, December 1, 2000, Luiza Chwialkowska, National Post
The courts decide that business transactions are final -- but still not the business transaction of divorce. Double-think on the Supreme Court.

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