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Media such as Radio New Zealand (Nine to Noon, 12 May 2008) and the Dominion Post (13 May 2008), as well as politicians such as the National Party's Chester Borrows were quick to criticise newly published rules for police behaviour for not explicitly mentioning sexual misconduct. It was allegations of sexual misconduct which started a chain of events which resulted in the new rules for police behaviour being drawn up. However, the Louise Nicholas allegations which sparked the hysteria were thrown out of court, it should be noted.

Of course, the dyldomedia don't know any better. The dyldomedia (or "the media", for short) put down their dyldos in the morning, mutter, "Duh, women...," get out of bed, and prepare to go to work. All day, at work and at play, they mutter "Duh, women...," and at night they mutter "Duh, women...," before picking up their dyldos and getting into bed again.

If they knew that men existed, they would ask:

  1. What proportion of complaints about police behaviour to the Police, Police Complaints Authority, or other body have been made by men?

  2. Why has it taken a problem that apparently affects only women to launch a Commission of Inquiry?

  3. Why was a woman, Dame Margaret Bazley, in sole charge of the Commission of Inquiry?

    The Radio New Zealand (Nine to Noon, 12 May 2008) programme mentioned above followed the lengthy interview about the police behaviour rules with another lengthy item about a breakthrough in breast cancer research. As an afterthought, apparently, the dyldomedia woman mentioned that some follow-up research might take place to see if they same techniques might be used for colon cancer (which men often get) and prostate cancer (which only men get). But it was research into a women's problem which got the research time, the research money, and also the dyldomedia publicity.

    DO YOU SEE THE PATTERN? THE HYSTERIA, MONEY AND PUBLICITY SEXISTLY FOLLOW WOMEN'S PROBLEMS, AND THEN MEN -- IF THEY ARE LUCKY -- GET TO BE INCLUDED IN THE RESULTING BENEFITS. THE DIFFERENCE IN THE POLICE BEHAVIOUR ISSUE IS THAT THE DYLDOMEDIA GOT ANGRY THAT THE POLICE BEHAVIOUR POLICY TOOK A BROAD FOCUS THAT TREATED COMPLAINTS BY MEN ON AN EQUAL BASIS, INSTEAD OF GIVING WOMEN THE PRIORITY WHICH THE DYLDOMEDIA ALWAYS GIVE TO WOMEN OVER MEN.

    It was dyldomedia hysteria about women (as usual) which created the public perception of the need for a Commission of Inquiry, and it was dyldomedia sexist man-hatred which caused them to ignore what might well have been a long-standing need for a Commission of Inquiry into police behaviour towards men. Now the dyldomedia are angry that their instructions to the police about what they should think, say, and do have been insubordinately ignored!

See also: Predetermination in the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct

 

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