Sunday, April 11, 2010

Divorce Industry Corruption Part 7


Excellent Article By Stephen Baskerville

If this article does not convince men in America not to marry, then they deserve everything they get in divorce court. Stephen sums up the whole rigged game of marriage in America.

Note the insight on family law:

Family law now allows mothers to walk away from marriages at any time and take the children with them. Not only is this permitted, it is encouraged and rewarded with financial incentives. Even more disturbing, in some cases, mothers are actually pressured by social service agencies into filing for a divorce that they don’t want. The Massachusetts News reported how Heidi Howard was ordered by the state’s Department of Social Services to divorce her husband Neil or lose her children, though DSS acknowledged he had not been violent. When she refused the social workers seized her children, including a newborn and attempted to terminate the Howards’ parental rights. News reporter Nev Moore says she has seen hundreds such cases.

Note the insight on the courts:

These bureaucratic courts [divorce/family courts] emerged in the 1960s and 1970s along with the divorce revolution. Their existence and virtually every problem they address – divorce, custody, child abuse, child support enforcement, even juvenile crime – depend upon one overriding principle: The removal of the father as head of the family. When parental authority functions properly, family courts have little reason to exist, since these problems seldom appear among intact families. While both fathers and mothers may fall afoul of family court judges, it is fathers against whom their enmity is largely directed, because fathers are their principal rivals.

Note the insight on judges and constitutional rights:

The judges’ contempt for both fathers and constitutional rights was openly expressed by New Jersey municipal court judge Richard Russell: "Your job is not to become concerned about the constitutional rights of the man that you’re violating," he told his colleagues at a judges’ training seminar in 1994. "Throw him out on the street, give him the clothes on his back and tell him, see ya around…. We don’t have to worry about the rights."

Note the insight on search and seizure:

Once the parent "loses custody," in the jargon of the court, he can be arrested for trying to see them outside of authorized times and places. He can be arrested for running into his children in a public place such as the zoo, sporting events, or church. Additionally, parents are routinely summoned to court for questioning about their private lives, which attorney Jed Abraham has characterized as an "interrogation." Their personal documents and homes must be surrendered to government officials without warrants. Their children are alienated with the backing of government officials and then are required to inform on them.

And summed up nicely:

The divorce industry has, in affect, rendered marriage a fraudulent contract.

Fraudulent contract, Amen to that. When American women insult you for being a non-commitment, unchivalrous, selfish, expating, foreign woman marrying, good for nothing, video game playing adultolescent, remember, you have every right to be.