Totalitarianism, Terror, Torture and Corruption in America

How the Failures of Welfare Reform Created Our Lawless Courts

Today I posted this comment to

Dear Terri Lynn, Teri and David,

(Re: Your three-part series on “How the Failures of Welfare Reform Created Our Lawless Courts”)

Many thanks for writing those articles.

Your three-part article-series is extremely important. It describes totalitarianism, methods of corruption, usurpation of power, extortion and even torture that are right at home in any totalitarian system. I know, because I grew up in such a system.

The last part contains a couple of minor typos that a spelling checker cannot pick up: “scaring” of testicles should be “scarring”, and “does” for making bowel movements possibly should be “doses”. I did not look for typos, and there may be more of them.

I wish I could say that I enjoyed your three-part series, but how does one “enjoy” a description of totalitarian terror used in the war against fathers and families?

It seems that as of now the fathers rights “community or movement” is, as is often the case, totally quiet, perhaps unaware. Without someone shaking them up, they may not become aware.

Mind you, looking through web ranking statistics for today (I often do that, as the web ranking for has for a few months had a very similar rank), I found that the reach of MND doubled yesterday. I suspect that is on account of your third part in the series. You may wish to check with MND, have them analyze their website traffic details and verify my suspicion.

I will help to promote your series, by sending a notification to my mailing list, and also by posting it to However, I will call things not merely by the title of your series. That title is too mild. It seems to me that, given that a major portion of knowledge and understanding gained from newspapers is gleaned from headlines, the title of your series should be “Totalitarianism, Terror, Torture and Corruption in America”, while the subtitle of that heading may employ the header for your series, even though it is not merely the courts that got corrupted but all of jurisprudence (e. g.: law enforcement) did, including all social institutions.

I have no illusions that the same methods for totalitarianism you describe are not now also being used in other nations that experienced “the slow march through the culture” by radical feminism (a.k.a. Marxist- or socialist-feminism) and its supporters. Feminism did nothing other than have a successful ride on the implementation of Antonio Gramsci’s and the Frankfurt School’s prescription for gaining power for socialism (totalitarian communism, to be more precise), namely through the subversion of all social institutions — including the family — from within. No Typhoid-Mary ever had such a large impact on society and on all of civilization.

There shouldn’t be any doubt in anyone’s mind that the cultural revolution was successful. After all, we live right amongst the aftermath of its consequences. However peaceful it ostensibly was as an effective alternative to military world conquest, it absolutely succeeded and gave absolute power to those in power. Still, as your articles show and as many people realize, things are not at all peaceful anymore.

Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. (Lord Acton)

All the best,

Walter Schneider
The links for the three-part series on totalitarianism in US jurisprudence:

October 18, 2007

Terri Lynn Tersak

How the Failures of Welfare Reform Created Our Lawless Courts (Part One)

Despite the best of intentions, the programs developed within our “Welfare Reform” of the 1990’s served as the major funding sources used by the states to promote single-parent families. This resulted in the decay of the cornerstone of our society, marriage and intact, functioning family.
We [are] told by both major American political parties that our “welfare […]

October 22, 2007

Terri Lynn Tersak

How the Failures of Welfare Reform Created Our Lawless Courts (Part Two)

By Terri Lynn Tersak , Teri Stoddard and Dave Heleniak
In Part One of this series, we reviewed how the US Congress functionally transformed our welfare state into a child support state. Arguably the most despicable of the backlash effects of this enormous error are mechanisms that pay the states to promote, protect, and […]

October 24, 2007

Terri Lynn Tersak

How the Failures of Welfare Reform Created Our Lawless Courts (Part Three)

By Terri Lynn Tersak , Teri Stoddard and Dave Heleniak
W hen the United States Congress wants to let us know what they really think about the state of an issue (or what they want us to believe they think), what should be done about it, and what legislation should be promulgated to effect […]

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