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Democorruptcy

It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

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A terrible law, the only point that is valid in my opinion is no. 1 and possibly no. 4. We all know that no. 4 will not be applied to certain sections of the community.

I wonder if Meghan Markle is guilty under point 4.

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3 hours ago, SNACR said:

I always think that anyone in a long term relationship, of either sex, who cuts up rough about the other party viewing emails/texts or tracking phone/car is almost certainly having, or plans to have, an affair. 

even when ive behaved i would not expect my partner to want to view any of those or track my phone,these new fingerprint axcess phones are great for stoping nosey/controling women.however the lodger fell asleep and his girlfriend used his finger to get on his i pissed myself.i wont even have a joint bank acount or be conected financialy the number of times ive seen peoples credit rateings fucked up by their partner is astounding.

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34 minutes ago, Libspero said:

This is symptomatic of how poor modern law making has become..  to the point where the law is almost irrelevant.

So here we have a law where everybody in the UK, almost without exception, has committed or will commit a criminal offence. 

But we will be told it will only be applied in extreme situations. 

A recent example was when the requirement to notify DVLA if your motor vehicle was going to be off the road, SORN. I remember reading a report of a parliamentary debate about it, I cant find it now to link. The proposer of the bill stated that it would only be used to prosecute those who blatantly failed to tax or insure their vehicle and not to prosecute those who failed to notify for some other reason. 

What happened of course, millions of pounds in fines for those who failed to notify for some minor infringement. Like when I used the form they sent me with the original number plate after I had transferred it to another vehicle! I successfully argued that I had notified them and their reply with pages of dribble conceded that I had notified them.

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12 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

Cheshire newspaper article:

It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

CHANGES to the law have finally made psychological abuse within a relationship illegal.

The offence of coercive control now recognises that domestic abuse can take several forms and is not strictly limited to physical violence.

The changes outlaw a number of things that were not previously covered by existing laws.

Laws have now been enforced in England and Wales with the amendments making the following 10 acts towards a partner illegal.

1. Sharing sexually explicit images of a partner

New laws surrounding ‘revenge porn’ make it illegal for someone to share intimate photographs of you with anyone, online or otherwise.

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

3. Putting you down

Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are now illegal.

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

6. Threatening to reveal private things about you

Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse. It could include revealling details about health or sexual orientation.

7. Putting tracking devices on your phone

It is illegal under the new legislation to 'monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware'.

8. Being extremely jealous

Persistent accusation of cheatin and 'extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating' all come under the new legislation.

9. Forcing you to obey their rules

The CPS says if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by a partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.

10. Controlling what you wear

Your partner taking control over any part of your life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who you see and where you go. Controlling what you wear or how you look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the changes.

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Seen that.

Its a syndicate feature written by a very thick female journo who does not understand the law. No 4 is wrong. You have no right to access your partners earning, other than if its in a joint account.

Stuff like bennies are paid to a woman main carer if she asks for it. A bloke cannot insist the bennies are paid to him.

The law its referring to is a gormless fabrication by other wimmin whove not grasped that it can be used by blokes.

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Look this law is ideal for cases like this where the woman has psychologically manipulated a man into taking on debts to set her up in a pancake shop - except no it turns out this bloke, who seems to have done little more than a few public reminders of what a selfish bitch she is, is a perverted terrorist stalker or something.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6580871/Company-director-30-threatened-throw-ACID-ex-lovers-face-collapse-pancake-bar.html

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2 minutes ago, SNACR said:

Look this law is ideal for cases like this where the woman has psychologically manipulated a man into taking on debts to set her up in a pancake shop - except no it turns out this bloke, who seems to have done little more than a few public reminders of what a selfish bitch she is, is a perverted terrorist stalker or something.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6580871/Company-director-30-threatened-throw-ACID-ex-lovers-face-collapse-pancake-bar.html

Thats a good case.

He could have  made a case that she forced hopim to take out the money. Why was the loan not in joint names?

His problem was not getting stuff in writing and not making sure she had skin in the game. Then trying to sort it out in person.

 

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2 hours ago, Libspero said:

But we will be told it will only be applied in extreme situations.  So what we are really saying is that law and justice is heading back to the days of  "there are no specific rules,   but someone in power will listen to a complaint and decide if you should spend a week in the stocks".   Worse,  it will likely be the police who are put in charge of who they think should be randomly prosecuted. Should they really be the judge, jury and executioner in society.

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The thing that he was about to do was to open a diary. This was not illegal (nothing was illegal, since there were no longer any laws), but if detected it was reasonably certain that it would be punished by death, or at least by twenty-five years in a forced-labor camp.

 

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17 minutes ago, Inoperational Bumblebee said:

What actual law is this?

The Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy provides an overarching framework for crimes identified as being primarily committed, but not exclusively, by men against women within a context of power and control.

Again, a lot of violence is female agsinst male. A lot of mental and fincial abuse *is* female agsinst male.

So why not call the bill violence agsinst person?

The law is lousy, and was put together by thickets.

 

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2 hours ago, Libspero said:

This is symptomatic of how poor modern law making has become..  to the point where the law is almost irrelevant.

So here we have a law where everybody in the UK, almost without exception, has committed or will commit a criminal offence. 

But we will be told it will only be applied in extreme situations.  So what we are really saying is that law and justice is heading back to the days of  "there are no specific rules,   but someone in power will listen to a complaint and decide if you should spend a week in the stocks".   Worse,  it will likely be the police who are put in charge of who they think should be randomly prosecuted. Should they really be the judge, jury and executioner in society.

It is a bit concerning.  In this case it looks like women have most to be worried about..  it will be interesting  to see if prosecutions will reflect that.

What about the law of unintended consequences? The new law behind this list is being used as a defence to get Sally Challen released even earlier (22 years was reduced to 18 in 2011). I don't see anything as a justifiable reason to take a hammer to someone's home and bludgeon them to death from behind with it. If this murderess is released early won't that send a message to women to say that murdering men is OK if they did something bad to you? Is that a new law taking us towards lawlessness more murders?

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It's a f**king joke. You know I am keeping track of stolen cars, and nothing is being done about it.

IF you don't believe in conspiracies then you should start believing.

-These new laws are a joke - they are even making it illegal soon to block Speed Camera Vans. Look at where the priorities lie. 

But they aren't introducing laws to forbid the sale of car key cloning scanners or key fob relay devices?

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2 hours ago, Libspero said:

This is symptomatic of how poor modern law making has become..  to the point where the law is almost irrelevant.

So here we have a law where everybody in the UK, almost without exception, has committed or will commit a criminal offence. 

But we will be told it will only be applied in extreme situations.  So what we are really saying is that law and justice is heading back to the days of  "there are no specific rules,   but someone in power will listen to a complaint and decide if you should spend a week in the stocks".   Worse,  it will likely be the police who are put in charge of who they think should be randomly prosecuted. Should they really be the judge, jury and executioner in society.

It is a bit concerning.  In this case it looks like women have most to be worried about..  it will be interesting  to see if prosecutions will reflect that.

We passed that point long ago. 

Now new laws are made due to feelings not fact and catch the lo e hanging easy to catch fruit.

The question is why do we continue to put up with it. 

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1 hour ago, spygirl said:

https://www.cps.gov.uk/legal-guidance/controlling-or-coercive-behaviour-intimate-or-family-relationship

Its all hinged on mainly our new muzzer citizens and other 3rd world scum.

Idiot wimmin cps have not sussed that a bloke can use the law too.

But they're immune from the UK justice system anyway due to ‘cultural sensitivities’ so wouldn’t be prosecuted.

Edited by assetrichcashpoor

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1 hour ago, Democorruptcy said:

The gendered nature again....

In 2014/15, 92.4% of defendants in domestic abuse flagged cases were male. Where 
recorded, the proportion of female victims has remained steady at 84%, since 2010-11 
(CPS Violence Against Women and Girls Crime Report 2014/15).

Thing is, female  domestic violence againt men is seriously under reported. And female violence us getting more deadly as they use weapons - see hammer attack.

Confused laws like this, where its obviously written to target muzzers, then distorting to apoear as general problem is nuts.

Coercuve manipulative controlling  behaviour in nin muzzer relationsips, as detailed by the guidelin,pe, is almost always female.

I dont expect males to be taking coercive abuse to court. I do ecpect divorce lawyers are reading this and seeing how they can use it.

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3 minutes ago, Virgil Caine said:

Hope Lauren Sanchez is not thinking of coming to the UK.

Those pics of Bezos knob that she sent to a 'friend' means that she is ripe for prosecution under UK law.

Probably sent them via Hermes.....

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4 hours ago, Turned Out Nice Again said:

This one seems fairly reasonable. I bet she still fucking did mind.

xD

You will undertake not to belittle me in front of our children, either through words or behavior.

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37 minutes ago, SpectrumFX said:

This one seems fairly reasonable. I bet she still fucking did mind.

xD

You will undertake not to belittle me in front of our children, either through words or behavior.

 

I would dearly love to be able to enforce the following:

2. you will stop talking to me if I request it;

Come to think of it, the entire list seems perfectly reasonable to me. The fact that it is described as a 'cruel list' is just a symptom of our modern female-centric age.

 

 

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On 11/01/2019 at 23:54, The Masked Tulip said:

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

That's Dianne Abotapotamus sorted then.

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