2 out of 58 people found the following review useful:
Good, but clichéd.
24 April 2013
This episode revolved around domestic violence; so sadly what we got
was a clichéd view of it. The view we got was the one fueled by
mindless selfish fear. I don't hold my breath for an innocent man
getting treated fairly within our kangaroo society. It is based on
potentially every stranger is our enemy, the mistake is the
'potentially' is ignored and everyone is simply the enemy. Based on
this fear men are obviously dangerous to weak people, and thus are
guilty in fearful people's eyes, the reaction to fear when they do not
feel a threat is to attack for ego's sake, these people are
opportunistic and infest our society.
So for me the episode came across as propagandist towards the clichéd
view of domestic violence that exists for the reasons I have given, men
are overwhelming seen as the perpetrators, it is easy to convict a man
of a violent crime against a woman, I'm not saying their aren't male
abusers that would be ludicrous what I am saying is innocent men will
be stitched up and lied about by many people as it serves their
disgusting interests. Still in this episode I liked what happened I
just wish it wasn't the clichéd view.
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