Fred on Everything, Fred, is taking a break. Many of you should be familiar with this curmudgeon of modern insanity. He has been writing a column for several years lambasting those who are working so hard to derogate our constitutionally governed society. In the following quote, Fred makes an observation that is completely perfect, “We no longer have the sense of shame that once made exposure of misdeeds effective.”
The fascinating thing is that the flow of events seems beyond influence, as if someone or something intended it. I could write five columns a week about the absurdity of dragging second-graders from school in handcuffs for having threatened to shoot a classmate with a loaded finger. The draggings-out would continue. We no longer have the sense of shame that once made exposure of misdeeds effective. The spying will not stop. There is no will to stop it, and the technology improves. Nor will we see a return to the semi-constitutional government of old. It means nothing to most people, yet, and by the time it does mean something, it will be too late.
One of the main problems facing all the factions in the fathers’ rights movement, marriage reform movement, shared parenting movement is that so few people really get the main issue. As soon as you open the door to “the best interest of the child” outside the context of parental rights, you are already all the way on the freeway with no exit to the complete destruction of the family as we have known it.
Basically, family is now defined as mother and child. All social welfare programs both here and abroad address any family issue, whether it be child support, health issues, domestic violence, you name it, it is mother and child.
There are fathers with custody. The courts do occasionally grant this, usually if the mother somehow screws up with drugs or something like that. But the real issue is, in my mind, whether the nuclear family has any future, or if, indeed, it is if not completely dead, at least on the way out.
In our current dyslexia, we as a society, seem fine with the idea of turning every traditional concept of justice upside down and inside out in order to keep the whole charade afloat. A father can suddenly find himself thrown out of his home, penniless, the joint bank accounts frozen, forced at gun point to pay for his tormentor’s lawyer, who denies him any contact whatsoever to even talk with his children by phone while everything is sorted out. Stephen Baskerville has been writing on this for a long time. This website has been pointing all this out as well, for years. But to no avail.
About five years ago, I was writing that from the tone and character of my mail, coming from fathers who had been so egregiously wronged, I couldn’t imagine something not happening in the way of child support offices getting blown up, family courts getting fire-bombed, judges getting murdered in the hundreds per year, that kind of thing happening in 4 or five years. Well, here it is, 6 or 7 years, and nothing. What you do find are fathers increasingly killing themselves. Many have simply internalized the guilt trip foisted on them by some truly diabolical people.
Like I began to say above, it isn’t just a family law problem. It is a problem that permeates every corner of our society. That problem is a failure of people to understand the absolute requirement that certain fundamental human rights be respected, no matter what. Now, spouting off about fundamental human rights can actually get you on a terrorist watch list, at the very least!
As I seen it, David Icke, and other conspiracy theorists may be right. How else to make sense of all this?
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