There are three main Feminist domestic violence conspiracies:
To get men to put up with female violence.
For example, on 10 July 2015 I saw, on TV3's Dancing With the Stars
programme, that several couples were doing a move which involved
the woman pushing the man away with her foot. This programme usually
involves semi-naked women and has absolutely no intellectual content,
so it is bound to have a huge audience, who are deliberately being
taught to think that female violence against men is perfectly OK.
To pretend that men are the only or the
main perpetrators of violence between adults who live together,
despite the huge amount of evidence to the contrary (see Professor
Fiebert's annotated domestic violence bibliography). For example,
straight after seeing the above TV item, I switched channels and
saw that the man-hater, Alison Pugh, on TV One's Breakfast show,
was interviewing only Women's Refuge about a Youtube video on domestic
violence. Men's representatives are never interviewed on television
about domestic violence. Possibly this is because women are too
irrational to view such a topic objectively, given that Pugh got
all wide-eyed, at one stage, on hearing some lie or half-truth that
was being dished out to her by Women's Refuge;
To let women get away with killing their husbands.
The Feminist aim is to treat all women who kill their male partners
as victims of that male's domestic violence, and so to write laws
which will acquit the woman or let her off with a mild penalty. The
Health Quality and Safety Commission appointed a Family Violence Death
Review Committee composed almost entirely of women and headed by woman
of impeccably man-hating credentials, Julia
Tolmie. Therefore, it was always inevitable that the Committee
would produce a report which would employ every possible devious tactic
in order to come up with anti-male conclusions.
What this all amounts to is a drive to make
women all-powerful in the home, able to use violence against males