The Emotional Terrorist: Erin Pizzey

This is by a lady called Ernie Prizzy.

What she writes here is applicable to the kind of women proliferating through the Indian society and cheered on by the likes of Indira Jaising in the garb of women’s rights.

Here is the article: Erin Pizzey: The Emotional Terrorist



5 Responses to “The Emotional Terrorist: Erin Pizzey”

  1. 1 thepatriotdad December 14, 2007 at 3:19 am

    Erin Prizzy has very effectively defined in the first short paragraphs the profile of a “family killer”, one who can not only kill family members but “kill” the unity of a family and utterly destroy the most innocent members of that family.

    Great work. Compelling writing.


  2. 2 Antony Inglis January 26, 2008 at 12:02 am

    thepatriotdad – you do not realise how you are both ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ in your assessment of Erin’s article that she

    “…defined in the first short paragraphs the profile of a ‘family killer’, one who cannot only kill family members but ‘kill’ the unity of a family member and utterly destroy the most innocent members of that family.”

    My father did both and was the catalyst for my arriving, with my mother and five siblings at Erin’s first Womens refuge in London (it was 1974 and it was called ‘Chiswick Women’s Aid’).

    The night before my father set the house alight because my mother had barricaded herself into a bedrrom with all five kids to escape his threats with a hammer in his hand.

    Chiswick Women’s Aid was a lifesaver for me – merely 24 hours after the experience of being in a house fore started by my dad.

    The woman deserves a lot of praise – as does her co-founder Anne Ashby who set up the refuge but sadly died in 2005.

    It’s an interesting article but I’m just very sad that as a recipient of Erin’s work in setting up the refuge I have to witness this constant debate between anti-men and anti-women in the issue of domestic violence. Sadly, the children always suffer in the end.


  3. 4 shaun milne April 4, 2008 at 9:17 am

    This article has helped me to crystalyse what I have been slowly concluding. I have been separated from a “terrorist” for about 10 years and while I can now negotiate very well with her, she will always be how she is.(we have 1 child together) By her own self admission she had a difficult and abusive childhood (by her father)which is part of the equasion as stated in the article.

    I have recently ended a relationship with an absolutely fantastic woman who sadly, I believe has at least 1 if not 2 female “terrorists” as daughters. A family of 3 daugters and 1 son, all aged between 21 and 28, father passed away approx 10 years ago. When we met things could not have gone better, we got in to the big picture stuff , I am 38, Jacque 45 (she had her kids quite young). After about a year together ,gradually the adult children began to return to the family home to live! ( I don’t live there but we were certainly setting up “shop together” there) With in 2 years we now have a house with 5 adults and 3 granchildren all living in it and things have gone pair shaped very quickly.

    Two of the girls are violent, abusive, emotionally torturous to their mother and each other and are quite clearly “terrorists”.(holes punched in the walls, a chair thrown at me which was the last straw). Thanks to Erin for her work, the article, and the chance to leave this feedback which may one day help someone, somewhere, somehow……..

    Shaun Milne


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