Found out its a rat before its too late

Mystery

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Kelly can do what she likes but he needs to be deported from this country.
I never even looked at his darn fb why would I want to stalk a piece of shit.
Like seriously stalk him feck sake I rather put pins in my eyes.
Let him go back to his draconian ways in tunisia.
And to his plastic bride.
 

Brasilgirl

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How many women (local and foreign) are indeed being taken seriously at police station?
If the woman can’t leave the home, how is she going to even tell the police? I think the law is only considered if the wife ends up in the hospital or dead. It takes years for changes like this to be put into practice.
Canada has child abuse laws and some parents still spank their kids with a belt.
Some live by the rule that if no one talks, there is no crime.
 

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If the woman can’t leave the home, how is she going to even tell the police? I think the law is only considered if the wife ends up in the hospital or dead. It takes years for changes like this to be put into practice.
Canada has child abuse laws and some parents still spank their kids with a belt.
Some live by the rule that if no one talks, there is no crime.
I was locked in I had 1 opportunity to get away it was hit or miss.
I will never forget my fear.
If I didn't have help I would still be there.
If I went out I was chaperoned, not all my children was allowed out at the same time.
I was never going to leave 1 behind.
I made it out others are still locked in unable to be free.
You contact your embassy and they tell you meet them or they visit you.
Do you think you will be allowed?
No way and if they are your not alone constantly watched. After they leave your screamed at for bringing shame on the family.
I was lucky and I am here to prove it.
Others is still there facing the constant abuse.
Oh please half the time you can't get anyone to help they either not working don't answer the phones or don't give a shit.
 

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The law changed last year in Tunisia and its now a criminal offence to hit a woman including their wife - and they can go to jail, about time!

MH xxx
Ah, that law of the land again....looks good on paper, but in reality is mostly not adhered to, as the cultural laws take precedence....in Tunisia, a bit of bribe money solves all with their corrupt law...even a couple of our Tunisian members acknowledge this.

Money, money, money....the language of Tunisia, and valued higher than a human life.

Most Tunisian women will not act over domestic violence, as the odds are high that the family will disown them and they will become a social stigma, pointed at and laughed at on the streets.

With foreign women, the interrogation process is despicable, but in the police station, the police pretend to take it seriously while she’s sat there. Once she has left for foreign shores, a bit of bribe money sees the complaint brushed under the carpet, and the abuser walk away with a pat on the back.

On paper, Tunisian law looks great, in reality....that is not the case, because many of these people have been raised to believe that domestic violence is acceptable, that woman must be disciplined.
The only way to combat this is to raise new generations with a different mindset, but each new generation is raised the same.

There isn’t even room in prison for these abusive monsters....the prisons are overcrowded. The authorities tried to make space by lifting the jail term for first time drug users, but it is still not enough, hence many returning jihadists roaming free.

Rats like Nassim, my rat, Apples rat, Mystery’s rat etc....they know they can get away with what they do to us in Tunisia.....but not in our countries they don’t....because women have proper rights here, not just rights on paper.
 

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Ah, that law of the land again....looks good on paper, but in reality is mostly not adhered to, as the cultural laws take precedence....in Tunisia, a bit of bribe money solves all with their corrupt law...even a couple of our Tunisian members acknowledge this.

Money, money, money....the language of Tunisia, and valued higher than a human life.

Most Tunisian women will not act over domestic violence, as the odds are high that the family will disown them and they will become a social stigma, pointed at and laughed at on the streets.

With foreign women, the interrogation process is despicable, but in the police station, the police pretend to take it seriously while she’s sat there. Once she has left for foreign shores, a bit of bribe money sees the complaint brushed under the carpet, and the abuser walk away with a pat on the back.

On paper, Tunisian law looks great, in reality....that is not the case, because many of these people have been raised to believe that domestic violence is acceptable, that woman must be disciplined.
The only way to combat this is to raise new generations with a different mindset, but each new generation is raised the same.

There isn’t even room in prison for these abusive monsters....the prisons are overcrowded. The authorities tried to make space by lifting the jail term for first time drug users, but it is still not enough, hence many returning jihadists roaming free.

Rats like Nassim, my rat, Apples rat, Mystery’s rat etc....they know they can get away with what they do to us in Tunisia.....but not in our countries they don’t....because women have proper rights here, not just rights on paper.
You are spot on mango
It's also not what you know it's who you know.
Rats family are police they beat they own wives.
Always an uncle or brother or friend.
 

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I was lucky and I am here to prove it.
Others is still there facing the constant abuse.
I was one of the lucky ones too :)
Flew home battered and bruised, in hell and all pain, but I made it, I was alive :)

The one time I tried to go to the police, his parents stopped me. Once I was put into the spare room, they watched me like hawks....no way was I getting out of that house to the police.
 

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You know what got me was when one of these women would come and say she deserved it for not getting they food fast enough.
For not washing his best shirt he pimped out of a western woman.
They sit there and say it was my fault I deserved it.. The women is so manipulated by the men the family it's down right barbaric
 

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I was one of the lucky ones too :)
Flew home battered and bruised, in hell and all pain, but I made it, I was alive :)

The one time I tried to go to the police, his parents stopped me. Once I was put onto the spare room, they watched me like hawks....no way was I getting out of that house to the police.
I had mama sister all in my face shouting at me.
How I didn't kill one of them i don't know.
Actually that's not true I was in a foreign country afraid and no where to run :Cry:
 

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I was one of the lucky ones too :)
Flew home battered and bruised, in hell and all pain, but I made it, I was alive :)

The one time I tried to go to the police, his parents stopped me. Once I was put into the spare room, they watched me like hawks....no way was I getting out of that house to the police.
We are strong women mango yet we were locked in and abused fleeing a country in absolute fear.
Terrified of being caught and dragged back.
At the airport I hid in the toilets afraid to go out in case him and his family was there.
We must have looked a right sight..
 

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They sit there and say it was my fault I deserved it.. The women is so manipulated by the men the family it's down right barbaric
It’s so, so sad :Cry:
I’m one for the girls, breaks my heart to know how much they tolerate, because too many of them have been raised with the belief that their sole aim in life, is to marry, breed, cook, clean....and give sex on demand.

There is a women and children’s activity centre near me, my counsellor works there one day a week...and she’s encouraging me to volunteer (only after I suggested it) to beat this PTSD by mixing and seeing different walls.
She thinks I’d be brilliant at it, as I not only survived domestic violence, but crucially, it was with a Muslim man.
These women and children are refugees that have been brought over from Syria, or trafficked from Pakistan, Afghanistan etc...they have found the courage to reach out for help. They are being taught that the things they have tolerated are not acceptable, they are being re educated.

If it were closer, I’d be there now....but at the moment, my PTSD head can’t cope with the journey there alone. I always wanted to open a women’s shelter in Tunisia...but I’ll never set foot there again :thumbsup:
 

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It’s so, so sad :Cry:
I’m one for the girls, breaks my heart to know how much they tolerate, because too many of them have been raised with the belief that their sole aim in life, is to marry, breed, cook, clean....and give sex on demand.

There is a women and children’s activity centre near me, my counsellor works there one day a week...and she’s encouraging me to volunteer (only after I suggested it) to beat this PTSD by mixing and seeing different walls.
She thinks I’d be brilliant at it, as I not only survived domestic violence, but crucially, it was with a Muslim man.
These women and children are refugees that have been brought over from Syria, or trafficked from Pakistan, Afghanistan etc...they have found the courage to reach out for help. They are being taught that the things they have tolerated are not acceptable, they are being re educated.

If it were closer, I’d be there now....but at the moment, my PTSD head can’t cope with the journey there alone. I always wanted to open a women’s shelter in Tunisia...but I’ll never set foot there again :thumbsup:
You have the heart and courage mango
You would be amazing.
You lived thier lives and survived.
The men in tunisia would have shut you down.
They don't like the free independace of a western . You can do it big hugs.
 

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Can you also get the stats on how many has been prosecuted under this law that was established? Can a foreign woman use these resources as well?? That is the data I would Iike to see. I’m am glad they have laws in place, but if they are not enforced then what is the use. Also, if these laws are in place, are there safe havens for these women or men who are abused by their spouses to go? Can you give us that link as well? This will allow us to provide these links to other women.

I really don’t like rats, you can tell. But I truly despise an abusive rat. One who raises his hands and use violence to further his agenda.

It would be nice to see the data for all of this.
 

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Can you also get the stats on how many has been prosecuted under this law that was established? Can a foreign woman use these resources as well?? That is the data I would Iike to see. I’m am glad they have laws in place, but if they are not enforced then what is the use. Also, if these laws are in place, are there safe havens for these women or men who are abused by their spouses to go? Can you give us that link as well? This will allow us to provide these links to other women.

I really don’t like rats, you can tell. But I truly despise an abusive rat. One who raises his hands and use violence to further his agenda.

It would be nice to see the data for all of this.
They have special police dealing with aggression and violence against women. Yes, it is a new law but I know of cases where it has worked for foreign women as well as Tunisians and the men have been imprisoned. From the incidents that I know of the police have acted very quickly and the men were imprisoned within a few days.

But it does need to be reported to the correct police and it doesn't have to be the victim to report it.

Unfortunately it's difficult to find the correct department and there could be corrupt police along the way :(

It's going to be a slow process but it's a start :)
 

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He is embarrassing!

The girls are calling me names, waaaaaaah :Cry:

The girls are telling truths about me before I’ve scammed my permanent papers, waaaaaaaah :Cry:

I would be mortified if any of my sons scammed a woman for a visa, took cash off her, beat her, terrorised her child, cheated on her.....and created an anchor baby via an extra marital affair!!

How these creatures walk around in public is beyond me.....I’d be too embarrassed to show my face!
He is not a man :thumbsup:
To call this “thing” a rat is an insult to rats! He sounds absolutely disgusting! Poor kid never ask for that thing to be his father. Sad story!:Cry:
 
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