Category Archives: abuse of women

Does ‘Me Too’, Mean Justice For All, Just For Us, Or Just Revenge?


When a person’s right to due process of law: is not  made accessible to them; is sidestepped for political gain, corporate profit, or expediency: can it be said that justice has been served? When a person is punished without having … Continue reading

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Federal Government Allowing Quebec To Get Away With Islamophobic Laws


Quebec gets away with racist activity, that is a throw back to the times of colonialism, because the federal government of Canada, allows it. Continue reading

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Justin Trudeau, “You have been weighed, you have been measured, and you have been found wanting”


Why is Donald Trump, a self-admitted violator of women, entitled to what seems like community service from Trudeau in 2017? (Their joint initiative to empower women) Justin Trudeau is not and has never been a feminist, in my humble opinion. Continue reading

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Americans Elect A President Who Is Listed As A Threat To Human Rights


There is no mistake that Donald Trump will become the president of the USA. Unfortunately Donald Trump’s way of thinking and acting out represents what far too many Americans consider being a success. Continue reading

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When The Justice System Is No Longer Blind


I believe that Canadians need to be able to count on their right to a fair trial, in a justice system that is blind to their ethnicity, religion, culture, gender, or sexual preference. Continue reading

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Is It Ever Okay To Take Away The Right Of Presumed Innocence?


Should women bringing a sexual assault charge forward be believed? I would say yes, but only to the point of opening up an investigation, and then she should have to face her accuser in a court of law; where both accuser and accused would present their evidence and allow for the court to render its decision based on the rules of law. Continue reading

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Did B.C. Supreme Court Justice George Macintosh Send A Wrong Message To Sexual Assault Predators Like David Pickton?


The decision of the B.C. Supreme Court Justice George Macintosh and the way he put it makes it sound as if he is saying that if you are a victim of a rape attempt, or have been raped, the best solution for everyone is for you the victim to just act like the whores that the justice system will make you out to be anyway and save yourself a lot of disappointment, pain. He also suggests that you the victim should try to avoid causing a financial burden for both you and the legal system, by accepting whatever cash settlement offered to you by the person who violated you. Continue reading

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