Feminist’s sure put out confusing messages do they not. Women are just as good as men at everything, but women are still, somehow, constantly victims of men and need to have their status as a protected group enhanced by Daddy Government.
Abuse centres try to portray women as eternal victims of violence and men as eternal perpetrators. Anyone with half a brain knows this isn’t so, but since when did having common sense have anything to do with politics and law passing in a socialist system?
Women are more violent than men. They go about it in different ways however. Whereas a man may be wound up by constant psychological attacks and may lash out and smash a plate, shout, tell her to do anything at all, or even commit suicide (that’s still abuse of the woman, if Women’s Aid has anything to say about it), women, not having the physical strength will work in more subtle and conniving ways. In my opinion, this is a level of magnitude worse. Expressing your anger or issues enables them to be dealt with. Such women would not shout about it. They would smile in your face, give you a kiss and tell you how much they love you, while slowly poisoning your food with the intention of bleeding you dry.
This isn’t rare, either.
Heather Mook, who denied the charge, had a previous conviction for poisoning her seven-year-old daughter in 1982.
Mook, 57, of Heslington Road, York, was described as “deceitful and dishonest” at York Crown Court.
She was found guilty of two counts of poisoning so as to endanger life. Sentencing was adjourned for reports.
She had already admitted a number of other charges, including giving her husband rat killer and other theft-related offences.
She was cleared of four counts of endangering her husband’s life by administering the anti-depressants.
Because of the nasty two-faced conniving nature of this act of violence, it can easily mean the fucking bitch can get away with it, especially since women ‘never do such a thing!’
The trial of a woman accused of plotting to poison her husband’s curry has collapsed at Swansea Crown Court.
Judge John Diehl ruled there was no case to answer against Susan Shervill, 46, of Swansea, who denied soliciting the murder of her husband David.
But she admitted making a threat to kill, and the judge continued with the hearing to determine if, in his view, she had intended to kill her husband.
This quickly developed into this:
A judge has ruled that a woman secretly taped by police discussing poisoning her husband did intend to kill him.
A charge of soliciting to murder was dropped against Susan Shervill, 46, of Swansea, but she pleaded guilty of threatening to kill her husband David.
He had briefly worked with her while she was a manager at the Lidl store in Llanelli, and approached police after she had raised the idea of poisoning her husband on several occasions.
Officers persuaded him to wear a recording device and it captured Shervill asking him to provide her with tablets, which she would grind into a curry for her disabled husband.
Well, that isn’t motive or pre-meditation is it! Poor women must have been under so much stress. Evil men eh! Imagine what evil some man must have done for a woman to do the following:
In 2000, a Virginia woman was sentenced to five years in prison for killing her month-old son in a microwave oven. Elizabeth Renee Otte claimed she had no memory of cramming her son in the microwave and turning on the appliance in 1999. Experts said that Otte suffered from epilepsy and that her seizures were followed by blackouts.
Or maybe this:
Pacific islander Patricia Golovale-Siaosi, now 22, denied the original charge of manslaughter but pleaded guilty to infanticide in June.
Infanticide is an uncommon charge that carries a presumption of the woman being so disturbed by childbirth that she cannot be held fully responsible for her actions.
A woman threw her baby from a window to her death in a fit of jealousy when her lover said he was leaving, a court heard yesterday.
Helen Patterson, 21, from Newcastle, was consumed by envy because she thought Oswraine Bramble was seeing other women.
She went to a second floor window and threw ten-month-old Shedrina into an area full of rubbish bins below.
An Erie woman has been sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for swinging her 4-week-old son at her boyfriend and striking him with the boy.
Twenty-eight-year-old Chytoria Graham was convicted in October of aggravated assault and other charges.
Graham says she missed her children as she was in court for sentencing Wednesday.
Yes, it really does go on, and on, and on.
Women are just as capable, if not more so, than men when it comes to inflicting pain on others, probably a consequence of a matriarchy. A social structure that elevates women above men and seeks to defend women’s actions as merely a response to men. Except when they are positive actions, then it’s their own doing of course.