Monday, August 01, 2005

Patty Murray Having Secret "Community Meeting"

Have you ever heard of a “Community Meeting” that was held in secret? Well, this is what Patty Murray and her cohorts from the domestic violence industry of King County are doing. They are even doing this in a public facility, Bellevue City Hall.

Following is an exclusive notice that was only sent out to those feeding at the domestic violence pork barrel. You will not find a notice of this meeting on the King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (KCCADV) web site, on Patty Murray’s web site, or anywhere else. The invitation list to this “Community Meeting” was carefully managed for obsequiousness.

You see, just like with the July 19th Senate “hearings” on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) arranged by patriarchy fighting superhero Senator Joseph Biden, the gender feminist owned and controlled domestic violence industry of King County does not want opposing views, science, or actual facts to pollute their cult ceremony.

Now that this event is no longer a secret, I urge all of you to attend and watch how our area’s domestic violence industry propagates its myths and grinds its gender political ax.

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You are invited to a Community Meeting with U.S. Senator Murray to discuss the Reauthorization of VAWA 2005.

Wednesday, August 3rd
1:15pm-2:15pm
Bellevue City Hall
11511 Main St (corner of Main Street & 116th Ave.)

Panelists:
Amy Bonomi, PhD, MHP, Research Associate, Group Health Cooperative
Merril Cousin, Executive Director, King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Mary Guiberson - Domestic Violence Survivor
Lindsay Palmer, Director of Education, King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
Andrea Parra, Staff Attorney, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), first passed by Congress in 1994, was introduced in the Senate for reauthorization last month. A landmark piece of legislation for women's rights, VAWA provides federal funding and protections for the prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault and assistance to survivors. VAWA (here they link to The Feminist Majority) also includes critical provisions for improvements in law enforcement and judicial response to violence against women.

This crucial piece of legislation will expire if Congress does not reauthorize it by September of 2005.

The VAWA bill introduced last month would not only reauthorize critical programs and services already in place but would also expand these provisions. For example, VAWA 2005 includes the Sexual Assault Services Act which would provide funding for direct services for sexual assault victims, including 24-hour emergency and support services.

Please attend this meeting to learn more about this important legislation and how you can support it.

King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
1419 S. Jackson #103
Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 568-5454
fax (206) 568-5462
www.kccadv.org

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Interestingly, through the link in the invitation used to describe VAWA, KCCADV makes no secret of their association with the Feminist Majority Foundation. You won’t find any voices from organizations that oppose VAWA, such as Lisa Scott from TABS or Joe McGill from The Other Parent. Even the timing of this event - in the middle of the afternoon - is designed to keep working fathers away. Debate is not allowed when ideology is at the center of an event.

VAWA is based on distortions, exaggerations, myths, and above all, misandry. The recent brutal murder of Kao Vang Saeteurn by his girlfriend and mother of his children, Nai Wang Saeteurn, and many similar murders and attempted murders of men by women in Washington State, counter the women-as-victim mantra of the gender feminist controlled domestic violence industry.

Meanwhile, VAWA has inspired the obliteration of the most basic rights of the male half of the population. Fathers are forcibly removed from their homes and children using unfounded allegations as a divorce tactic. Often, these fathers are never able to see their children again. Police officers are fired as they loose their right to carry a firearm based solely on an allegation. Women abusers are labeled victim-defendents by “advocates” living within the Prosecutors office and released from prosecution, often to return to a home to abuse children who no longer have a father to help stem the tide.

All the while, the sycophantic Seattle media plays along, giving voice only to those calling for even more extreme abuse of Constitutional rights. And, while the media occasionally laments the lack of fathers in households, and blames the fathers solely, a connection is never made between the hostile environment created for fathers and families in King County and the fact that close to half of the region’s children grow up without fathers in the household.

And, somehow, women are never to blame. Despite the fact that women are more than 30 times more likely to abuse children than biological fathers. Fathers are treated as anethma to families even though statistically the safest and most successful children in the country are those that live with their biological father. In fact, Mayor Nickels calls the removal of fathers from the household "creating strong families."

Stephan Baskerville sums of the sad state of federal gender politics in a recent column. It is no surprise that you would find Patty Murray at the center of this exclusive cult event, as she makes no secret of her disdain for the men and fathers of Washington State.

But, Representative David Reichert – who counts on the vote of men but then stabs them in the back from inside the beltway – is a hard person to forgive. Reichert may well be the first politician to suffer politically for his pandering to the Seattle gender feminist establishment.

3 Comments:

Blogger Mark said...

Should we go to Patty's party and ask her to take up the cause of abused fathers in FUWA?

Ask her to stop the legalized larcency?

8/01/2005 04:55:00 PM  
Blogger Tom Swanson said...

I with you. . . .let's go!

8/01/2005 06:58:00 PM  
Blogger One man said...

Did anyone record it?

8/04/2005 01:26:00 PM  

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