The lack of male influence in parliament, support services, and government agencies has resulted in a skewed and biased culture that negatively impacts juvenile crime prevention. In Cairns and the Far North region, young boys are struggling to adjust to a normal life due to dysfunction at home and the absence of male role models. Additionally, the education system lacks male teachers, further contributing to the problem.
Traditional male pursuits like fishing, boating, hunting, shooting, and sports such as rugby league and boxing are now rare among children. Instead, Cairns has witnessed a surge in juvenile crime, as offenders continuously re-offend within the revolving door of justice.
The Chief Executive Officer of Cairns Domestic Violence Service, Sandra Keogh, exemplifies the misguided approach to tackling youth crime. Despite acknowledging the link between unstable home lives and youth crime, Mrs. Keogh believes that punitive measures like boot camps are not effective. However, this contradicts the successful approach of Petford Farm, which has rehabilitated thousands of offenders over the years through equine therapy, discipline, respect, and home schooling.
The rise in juvenile crime can also be attributed to societal factors. The gender-bending school curricula, influenced by the United Nations, have blurred traditional gender roles and pushed boys towards criminality or femininity. Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok have further perpetuated criminal behavior by glamorizing car theft and violent acts.
The feminist movement, rooted in communism, has also played a role in society’s failure. While the suffragette movement fought for women’s right to vote, the pendulum has swung too far to the left. The Queensland Parliament is dysfunctional, with an overrepresentation of woke women making decisions that align with their personal experiences rather than the greater good. The Labor Party, in particular, has embraced a godless, woke, green, and climate agenda that threatens the manufacturing and mining industries, leaving thousands of workers jobless.
The introduction of parliamentary quotas for women, driven by the feminist movement, has been a social disaster. The men have had enough of the imbalanced representation and nonsensical policies driven by menstrual cycles or menopausal mental dysfunction. It’s time to reassess the current state of affairs and find a balanced approach that considers the perspectives of both genders.
While this perspective may face backlash from certain groups, it is essential to acknowledge that men and women have inherent differences, and certain areas should remain male-dominated. It’s time to restore the balance and focus on effective strategies to combat juvenile crime, rather than perpetuating a culture that prioritizes ideological agendas over practical outcomes.