The death of innocents and the hypocrisy of feminists

IT didn’t take long for the usual murder of crows to swoop down on the Whispering Wall reservoir murder-suicide that claimed the life of nine month-old Kobi Shepherdson and her deranged father, Henry Shepherdson, 38, on Wednesday. This awful sub-category of homicide almost always occurs against a backdrop of relationship failure and, frequently, domestic violence. There are few darker, more inaccessible abysses in human psychology than the minds of filicidal killers – be they men or women. In January, Katie Perinovic murdered all three of her children. In late 2014, Cairns mother Raina Thaiday killed eight of hers. Clinically, these crimes are not ‘gender-specific.’ The reaction to them, however, certainly is. For The Sydney Morning Herald’s Melissa Cunningham, Mrs Perinovic was the victim. Holly Wainwright at Mama Mia apparently forgot to mention the Perinovic trio in a Friday piece on “furious men” and the “relentless roll-call of family violence deaths in Australia.” It looks like some names have been stricken from the roll.

 
The Perinovic children were also forgotten by bachelor of arts graduate and boardroom bon vivant Natasha Stott Despoja yesterday when she commandeered the Barossa reservoir tragedy from the South Australian coroner:

“We know that the attitudes and behaviours that drive this type of violence include limits on women’s independence, they include condoning disrespect of women and children,” she said.

“It also includes aggressive male peer relationships and it also includes rigid gender stereotypes.”

Despite the pompous “we know” of a feminist in her natural element – to wit, a soapbox beside a crime scene – she doesn’t know anything about the case. There is no scientific evidence that baby Kobi died because “aggressive male peer relationships” (whatever they are) ‘drove’ her father to it. Nor is there evidence she died because unnamed men ‘condoned’ what the father did. These are just talking points in a blender liquefying complexity into political pap.

Still and all, let’s put Stott Despoja’s template to use on the subject of respect. This year, we have witnessed what can reasonably be described as violent attacks on the country’s Attorney-General, his wife and his children. The perpetrators are driven by sexist loathing and a yearning for power. Every day on social media, feminists compete with their peers to abuse the Morrisons with insults whose baroqueness escalated to pathological hatred several months ago. The same thugs worked to end the life of George Pell. Why? They don’t like him. SA Attorney-General Vickie Chapman says Kobi’s death is a “tragic and traumatic event.” Last year, she legalised infanticide.

Recognising the mind-broken narcissists-become-monsters who commit these crimes is not easy – excepting the ones ennobled by the country’s Ms Chapmans. They commit them for a living with a shingle on the door. The instinct of most men is to protect vulnerable women and children at all costs – sans bail, mollycoddling and second chances. To say that men are the approving enablers of these enormities is a lie.

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31 Responses to The death of innocents and the hypocrisy of feminists

  1. duncanm says:

    In Australia, filicide offenders are split about 50/50 on gender.

    … except in SA, where 75% are women.

  2. Roger says:

    rigid gender stereotypes

    She’s clearly not familiar with DV stats among non rigid gender stereotype folk.

  3. H B Bear says:

    Negligent mother and professional victim Rosy Batty also pops up in Teh Weekend Paywallian.

  4. Russell says:

    These are just talking points in a blender liquefying complexity into political pap.

    Wow … I am impressed … Illustration 101

  5. Andre Lewis says:

    Not content with starting a race war across the Western world the Twitter scum and socialist activists (but I repeat myself), aided and abetted by most of the media, now ramp up a gender war. Pity however, that they defined too many genders for a binary male/female war to make sense under their debased ideology.

  6. Roger says:

    Last year [2013], the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released figures showing people in same-sex relationships experience levels of domestic violence just as often as those in heterosexual relationships.

    But the conclusions of another study this year by the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago – a review of data from four earlier studies, involving 30,000 participants – go further.

    “One of our startling findings was that rates of domestic violence among same-sex couples is pretty consistently higher than for opposite sex couples,” says Richard Carroll, a psychologist and co-author of the report.

    via the BBC

  7. Notafan says:

    No-one flushes away their children with barely a second thought more than women.

    Just ask Caro.

    These cases are rare, they give no insight into the population at large, we aren’t all but there for the grace of God go I any more than with serial killers and terrorists.

    I’m sick of the confected gender wars.

    And thankyou again CL for a wonderful piece of writing.

  8. Albatross says:

    A beautiful little face which will probably be the face of domestic violence moving forward.

    Ian Parrott, Assistant Police Commissioner.

    Just pure propaganda.

  9. thefrollickingmole says:

    Im going to confess to something which makes me a bad person.

    Id rather my brother had murdered his ex-wife who pursued him through the courts and legal system for 10+ years until he killed himself.

    Id still have a living brother I could talk to and a worthless harridan who was aided and abetted by the “family justice system” would be worm food.

    You want to have a “difficult conversation” then by all means lets have it, but only if you are prepared to throw it all on the table instead of making women plaster saints.

  10. Roger says:

    Ian Parrott, Assistant Police Commissioner.

    Can we please have those “Just the facts, Ma’am” police back?

  11. Up The Workers! says:

    When it comes to the Leftard legalised murder of unborn children, female offenders are thousands of times more prevalent than males.

    Our Leftard Police Farces all look in the opposite direction and pretend that nothing happened.

  12. Scott Osmond says:

    Interesting isn’t it? Kill a child after birth and it’s a tragedy. Kill one days before the 9 month gestation period ends and it’s a woman’s right. Ladies think of it as a post birth abortion and you will learn to celebrate it. Just like you have learned to celebrate late term abortions. As for domestic violence I once had a fascinating discussion on the train with a lady who worked in the court system out the front. She described how woman would wind up the male partner before the case was heard as to make the bloke look bad during the hearing. One lovely young lass was shadow boxing in the guy’s face. Her lawyer used his agro as proof that he was a bad egg. The lady’s opinion was that quite a few females didn’t get half the flogging’s they had earned. This was quite shocking to a 25 year old who had been through a degree majoring in child and family services.

  13. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    If only Stott Despoja had big tits – she could have married her then boyfriend Mohammered Daewoo when she found him hiding from his awful swarthy fellow warriors under a table in Afghanistan.

  14. Shane says:

    ”Recognising the mind-broken narcissists-become-monsters who commit these crimes is not easy –”

    The first solution that comes to mind is a version of ”The Minority Report”……..aka ”Involuntary hospitalisation”
    https://www.sane.org/information-stories/facts-and-guides/involuntary-treatment#

    ”…Treatment Orders are more common in Australia than in many parts of the world, and more common in some parts of Australia than others. For example, 99 out of every 100,000 Victorians was under a Treatment Order in 2010–11; in Tasmania it was 30 out of 100,000.”

    …hmm none of us should be throwing stones but Meghan Markle sort of comes to mind …….but only after Harry’s money has dried up & reality really hits home………& thats when both Haz & Archie will really need security ……..

  15. Weeny says:

    How did he get the child is my question?

  16. Muddy says:

    Thanks for sharing that, Mole.

  17. Tintarella di Luna says:

    One of our startling findings was that rates of domestic violence among same-sex couples is pretty consistently higher than for opposite sex couples,” says Richard Carroll, a psychologist and co-author of the report.

    Indeed this recent example, put up on the Cat a couple of days ago, came immediately to mind

  18. Tintarella di Luna says:

    frollicking mole – so sorry to hear of your great loss.

  19. Snoopy says:

    boardroom bon vivant

    Perfect.

  20. Makka says:

    It’s all good mole.

  21. Muddy says:

    At the risk of digressing the thread, I would argue that the broad term ‘feminist’ as mentioned above, is inapplicable. With a few exceptions, the ‘feminism’ we have now is qualified, segregationist, and elite. The reception of support from these individuals is criteria-based: If you are a conservative female, you (mostly) don’t qualify. If you are non-Caucasian, you don’t qualify. If advocating for you is unlikely to increase the advocate’s public stature (and hence career opportunities), you don’t qualify. If there is a risk involved (for example, advocacy in an [email protected] country; FGM, education), you don’t qualify.

    This criteria-based, no-risk posing, is not feminism. It is P.R. for individuals.

  22. Annie says:

    That’s terrible FM; how awful to lose your brother like that.
    There are feral men but there are certainly feral women too; I know of some around here who bully some lovely, hard-working men.

  23. bespoke says:

    “It also includes aggressive male peer relationships and it also includes rigid gender stereotypes.”

    err if the bloke survived he would need protection from the “toxic masculinity” by fellow inmates.

    If it’s any consolation C.L in my experience groups and professionals (real ones not internet worries) work hard to not allow ‘victims’ become perpetrators themselves.

    Hard to do when drug mules are made celebrities’ and childhood trauma is seen as a legitimate excuse to continue the cycle.

  24. bespoke says:

    Oh and historically females have used poison to dispatch enemy’s its harder to prove.

  25. PB says:

    DV between two guys tends to be more about pouting, looking away arms crossed and saying that everything is FINE!

    Two girls will beat the daylights out of each other and then get back together until they do it again.

  26. Scott Osmond says:

    Went to uni with a woman who worked with dv in ssc’s. The pressure put on same sex victims not to go to the police was often overwhelming. It was viewed as betraying the lgbtqwtf community. I don’t know if atitudes have changed but knowing what I do about people and in-group dynamics it wouldn’t surprise me if nothing has changed. If anyone knows if things have changed let me know.

  27. A Lurker says:

    Interesting isn’t it? Kill a child after birth and it’s a tragedy. Kill one days before the 9 month gestation period ends and it’s a woman’s right. Ladies think of it as a post birth abortion and you will learn to celebrate it. Just like you have learned to celebrate late term abortions.

    Amazing isn’t it. These activists feminists mourning the loss of a baby, yet the same activist feminists would be more than happy to kill an unborn baby in the womb. The hypocrisy truly does my head in.

  28. red says:

    Yep if a male kills his children its misogyny. If a female kills her children she’s a victim herself who needed treatment. The double standards of fairfax/abc are beyond belief.

  29. Bruce says:

    @ red:

    “The double standards of fairfax/abc are beyond belief.”

    Not quite; it should read:

    The double standards of fairfax/abc are Standard Operating Procedure”

    If they didn’t have double standards, they would have no standards at all.

    And the rest of the LSM are only “lagging” by a nose..

  30. The Sheriff says:

    Feminism is now synonymous with misandry and matriarchal elitism.

  31. TFM:

    Id rather my brother had murdered his ex-wife who pursued him through the courts and legal system for 10+ years until he killed himself.

    You want to have a “difficult conversation” then by all means lets have it, but only if you are prepared to throw it all on the table instead of making women plaster saints.

    Scott Osmond:

    I once had a fascinating discussion on the train with a lady who worked in the court system out the front. She described how woman would wind up the male partner before the case was heard as to make the bloke look bad during the hearing. One lovely young lass was shadow boxing in the guy’s face. Her lawyer used his agro as proof that he was a bad egg.

    Until you’ve been through this particular Hell, you don’t know how lucky you are.
    I was lucky – had friends who pointed out quite successfully what a lunatic the X and her mum was, and what they’d turned the daughter into.

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