With the devastating murder of Sarah Everard, instead of focusing all our energy on taking down the perpetrator of this murder, the media and the left have jumped on the bandwagon that paints all men as dangerous.
The Labour First Welsh Minister Mark Drakeford has said on the BBC this morning that he would do all he can to make women feel safe, even if that meant a temporary curfew on men.
The BBC presenter asked: “Some people have said sometimes that if there were an area particularly where there were concerns that women were being assaulted or feeling particularly scared, that there should be a curfew on men for a period of time, is that something that you would consider?”
When Pressed on a curfew for men, Labours Mark Drakeford said: “If there were a crisis, and you needed to take dramatic action that allowed that crisis to be drawn down, then, of course, you’d be prepared to consider all measures that would make a difference.”
“But the curfew measure you’ve described, it could only ever be a temporary answer, and therefore it’s not at the top of our list. There are other things we can do and should do.”
“People need to be safe and to feel safe, and that’s absolutely the sort of society we wish to create here in Wales.”
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