Shadows in the Dust
About the Book
Some women and children are losing their lives at a rate two a week at the hands of some dysfunctional men. Currently, women have representation at both the state and federal level, and so they should, to express themselves for the need for a better life without fear and harassment from some men who lose control of themselves. However, there are some good men out there in the community who are also categorised because of the behaviour of these men who commit acts of violence against their women and children. Some good men are dragged before the family court to answer to charges that they never committed against some of these women.
Men are definitely discriminated against, as they have no voice at all, no recognition at the state and federal level. I am sure there will be a turnaround if men have their own organization and to sit down to have round-table discussions for the betterment of all concerned, both men and women. Feminism has gone too far because some radicals go to the extreme of spewing their hate and vomit on men. It has got to stop, otherwise more of the same will happen.
About the Author
Michael Bradley O’Shea was raised and educated in Sydney, New South Wales, as an engineer. He moved to Melbourne, Victoria, to further his studies in mechanical engineering, to go overseas to work in his field as an assistant site engineer in some European countries. Upon arriving back after spending some time overseas, he decided to go to Tasmania for a change of scenery. Little did he know that his life was about to change forever, as he was heading into uncharted territory in a woman’s world, to be put in a terrible position, which resulted in travelling a journey of fear, pain, and suffering and degradation. For that reason, he considered himself more than qualified to write this book for the betterment of all concerned.