The women's newspaper, the Dominion Post, whose
mostly female reporters are rude and/or hang up on you if you criticise Feminist
theology, have censored their front page story on how a Women's Crisis Centre
paid women to make false rape accusations.
This women's paper routinely gets Feminist organisations to comment on stories
that show men in a bad light, but they never interview Men's Rights organisations
to comment on the frequent stories about false rape allegations that surface
in the news.
In this case, the Cambodian Women's Crisis Centre was seeking millions of
dollars of foreign funding that had been poured into Southeast Asia to stop
child prostitution with Western men, so Ms Tan Senara, who ran the local office
of the crisis centre, began approaching girls in a village offering them US$10,000
each to testify that a New Zealand man had molested them.
The women's paper claims that the root cause was a property dispute, but
printed version of the article (18 February 2006) makes it clear that an Australian
man and a Swiss man were also set up in a similar way, and it is doubtful
that a property dispute would have been the cause in all three cases.
If we had a free press, as opposed to a Feminist press, Men's Rights groups
would be asked to comment on relevant stories.