I have met and heard the tragic stories of many parents. PA is a function, by and large, of a custodial ex-partner, although some alienation can start while the couple is still together.

This blog is a story of experiences and observations of dysfunctional Family Law (FLAW), an arena pitting parent against parent, with children as the prize. Due to the gender bias in Family Law, that I have observed, this Blog has evolved from a focus solely on PA to one of the broader Family/Children's Rights area and the impact of Feminist mythology on Canadian Jurisprudence and the Divorce Industry.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Mom doesn't like Dad gets Daughter to help in plot to Kill him

Murder Plot Case to Return in New Year Posted By ANDREA HOUSTON , EXAMINER STAFF WRITER
Posted December 9, 2009

The 47-year-old woman charged with conspiracy to commit murder will return to Ontario Court of Justice on Jan. 12.

Crystal Tinor and her daughter Ashley were charged Nov. 16 after city police said they attempted to hire a hitman to kill 48-year-old Mario Tinor, Crystal's husband and Ashley's father.

Police said they were notified on Nov. 9 by a third party, who knew about the plan.

An undercover officer then portrayed himself as a potential hitman that the women were trying to hire, police said. Police said the daughter helped set up the meeting and the mother told the undercover officer she wanted her husband killed.


Jonathan Kay: How did the École Polytechnique anniversary get transformed into a festival of cynical, hyperfeminist propaganda?

My comments on the National Post site.

I'm not sure if many of you know about the Duluth Wheel used in most DV shelters in North America, in Anger Management programs for men, and in Academia. It is psycho babble that posits Men wish to inherently control women (its in our genes) and we use many forms of behaviour to do it including physical and psychological coercion. It states that the Patriarchy is responsible for everything that ails women. In simple terms man is bad - woman is benign.

Women, therefore, need a protector from men and this is the nanny state. Statism, when it comes to females, is the new patriarch. The lead agency is the Status of Women Canada, the countries lead proponent of misandry.

In order to continue the flow of money to SOW and all the Provincial equivalents that funnels it into programs, Academia, studies, DV shelters, counselling programs and bricks and mortars where required requires marketing.

The Victim oriented feminists like Rebick, Michelle Landsberg in her day et al use December 6 as one of their lead events to market their victim hood and remind politicians to bow down to the fact, if male, they owe females big time for the transgression committed by one nut bar. All leftoid politicos, and some red Tories buy into it because it is seen as the Politically Correct thing to do. All leftoid media jump on the band wagon for the same reason. It has no downside when it comes to voters - or so they think.

It is an event to market victim feminism not remember the tragedy of these people killed and wounded, some of whom were men. That is what modern 3rd wave feminism does and they are good at it. Most men are afraid to utter discord in fear of their family jewels being treated in a fashion not overly consistent with good breeding. Many are metaphorical eunuchs.

In simple terms the comparison of Sebrenica with Montreal is stark. Females have far more value than males. After all we are men and because of our testosterone and socialization we can just suck it up but women (according to the feminists) are far more fragile and cannot.

Here is one of the many comments by a victim feminist who clearly hates men.

"Under patriarchy, every woman is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's daughter is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman."

Andrea Dworkin Liberty, p. 58. MJM

Posted: December 09, 2009, 1:15 AM by Jonathan Kay

On July 12, 1995, Serbian forces near Srebrenica began cleansing the local population of Muslims. Like the Nazis who greeted Jews at the concentration camps, the Serb commanders sent their prey off in different directions. Women and children were put on buses, and expelled to the Muslim-majority Bosniak territory up north. But the men, including boys as young as 14, were directed instead to a building described as the "White House."

They never came out. Most were killed with a single bullet to the head, but others were left to die through more gruesome methods. More than 8,000 Bosniaks perished in the Srebrenica massacre, all but a few dozen of them male.

In other words, this genocide wasn't just aimed at Muslims, but more at male Muslims. If you were a woman, you lived. If you were a man, some Serbian Josef Mengele would wave his hand and dispatch you to the charnel house.

And yet, do any of us mourn the dead of Srebrenica as anything except human beings — as opposed to martyrs for manhood? When the 15th anniversary of this episode is observed in July, will male bloggers wail about their lot — about how they live shorter, more violent lives than women? Will the event become a pretext for complaints about, say, child-custody bias in family courts?

Somehow, I doubt it. So why is our observance of the the École Polytechnique Massacre — whose 20th anniversary passed over the weekend — always shot through with exactly this sort of crass activism?