Just received from Tina:
Hi Everyone, we are very excited here today. For years I have been following a terrible case where a young prison officer was sent to prison following false rape accusations from his ex-partner. Today that young woman, Sarah Jane Parkinson was sentenced in Canberra to 3 years in prison, with two years non-parole.
I’ve made a video with Dan, the young man whose life she destroyed. It is the most extraordinary story – I’m sure one day it will end up as a movie. It starts with Parkinson having an affair with a policeman which leads to Dan breaking off their engagement. Boy, talk about the wrath of the scorned. Parkinson, with the help of her crooked cop boyfriend and his mates, embark on a crusade to destroy Dan and his family. False domestic violence accusations, AVOs, alleged breaches and then a doozy of a fake rape scenario where she smashes her own head with a brick, plants empty condom packets (very considerate rapist, using a condom, eh?) and then claims the cat ate the condom.
But then the cavalry arrives, good cops led by a female detective who’s onto the corrupt antics of the Parkinson’s police mates. “Don’t fucking touch anything!” the good cops warn the bad guys. Yes, I know… It reads like a very bad script for The Bill. But it is all totally true.
Dan is immediately sent to prison following the fake rape allegations – the earlier violence accusations meant no questions asked. He’s in a maximum security prison at Goulbourn, a very scary place for a young prison officers who knows screws get a very bad time inside. He spends four months in an isolation cell for his own protection, suicidal and knowing he faces up to 15 years if convicted on the trumped up charges.
Meanwhile, with Dan taken care of, Parkinson goes after Dan’s family with false violence accusations against his dad, planting stolen goods, all manner of shenanigans. But little does she know that the good cops are running a sting on her and her copper mates, tracking their movements. So it goes on – for five long years.
My interview with Dan is pretty long but I hope you will agree it is an amazing story. And, thankfully for once it has a good ending. Not that Parkinson’s prison sentence is any consolation for Dan losing his reputation, his job, and having to move to another state, while his parents blow their life savings paying legal bills.
Please like the video and help me circulate it – here (video, 27:48).
What else? It’s been a very hectic week with our End Violence Against Everyone campaign gathering pace. We need heaps more signatures for the petition. Here’s the link just to sign up https://bettina.social/stop-violence
My video last week promoting the campaign led to an exciting discovery. Midst all the politicking over Trump’s wall and the spending bill, one excellent result has been the demise of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The feminists have lost their huge cash cow which funded domestic violence organisations across America to find new ways of demonising men.
VAWA was created in the early 1990’s to go after wife-beaters, targeting men but never women, for perpetrating domestic violence. Although the law pretended to be gender neutral, the massive funding to feminist advocacy groups insured men would be routinely arrested for domestic violence (even if the men were actually victims of women’s violence rather than perpetrators.) The law weaponized the legal system, providing excuses for police and government agencies to punish men for any behaviour deemed unacceptable to the feminists. I recently made a YouTube video about widespread immigration fraud where foreign women marry American men and then use VAWA as a speedy path to permanent residency.
Now Republicans have spat the dummy and refused to reauthorize the Act. VAWA is dead in the water. This is very good news for American men and women who care about fair treatment for both genders. I’ve written about this for Spectator Australia, out tomorrow – here.
And then there’s been the massive response to the Gillette ad. I wrote about this in The Australian today – it’s also on my Facebook page – suggesting the ad might just represent a tipping point, a defining event which motivates the silent majority to speak out against the constant demonisation of men. As I write this there’s been over 1200 comments published in the paper, mainly from people saying the company should be boycotted. Let’s hope for once the silent majority gets active and makes their presence felt. What an achievement it would be if we actually hit the company where it counts – on the profit line.
If everyone who read this gave us just £3.00 – or even better, £3.00 or more, monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a difference. Thanks.