Monthly Archives: April 2011

Protection against false allegations?

Time and again we get phone calls from people who seek help on how to protect themselves or their friends and relatives against false allegations.  Is there any protection against false allegations and against their devastating consequences? In the early days of the Internet, when web browsers first came on the market, I found that I had problems finding information about advice for fathers who are being put through the wringer.  There were then few websites, but there were bulletin boards. The first time I looked for whether there  was a fathers rights organization in or near Edmonton, Alberta, it took me about six months for someone to put me … Continue reading

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Travesty of Justice — Murderer Walks

Travesty of Justice — Murderer Walks AdelaideNow, April 13, 2011 Penis-burning wife Rajini Narayan walks free It was predictable and predicted accurately. Again, a murderess or (if you don’t want that sexist term) a murderer walks, proving once more that women are incapable of committing crimes, especially the crime of murder. She murdered her husband. She did it deliberately. It was premeditated. However, in the latest hearing in a series that was nothing more than a travesty of justice, the murderer was set free, because — and you better believe it as it surely must be so on account of a judge assuring it on the basis of the true … Continue reading

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My wife was sweet and demure

Mail Online My wife was sweet and demure – then the fashion industry made her a monster By Zoe Brennan Last updated at 11:48 AM on 17th April 2011 More Quotes from the article, with comments by Dads & Things: ‘When I met my wife, she was sweet and demure. I believe she’s become egotistical and self-centred. The fashion world has turned her into something of a monster.’ If I read this right, she was a model already when she decided to have him for a husband, whereupon she could legally and without complications use him as a sperm donor — quite possibly on the advice of her handlers or … Continue reading

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Marx …to each according to his needs

Update 2018 04 01: (to add an excerpt from Schiller’s Song of the Bell) Update 2018 09 05: Added links to related articles From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. — Karl Marx This posting relates to a discussion of the principles of the Manifesto of the Communist Party, a.k.a. The Communist Manifesto. During the last week there has been a large drop in the number of visits brought to Fathers for Life through website searches via google.com.  During the week preceding last week there were 8,905 visits as a result of Google searches.  This week there were only 5,618 visits from google.com, a drop … Continue reading

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The Magic Washing Machine – men behind the curtain

Today I ran across a short video that no one should miss watching, a video about the magic washing machine. Hans Rosling and the magic washing machine By Gapminder, featuring Prof. Hans Rosling “What was the greatest invention of the industrial revolution? Hans Rosling makes the case for the washing machine. With newly designed graphics from Gapminder, Rosling shows us the magic that pops up when economic growth and electricity turn a boring wash day into an intellectual day of reading.” — Gapminder Watch the video (nine minutes).  It is a fascinating and spell-binding presentation, as all of Hans Rosling’s presentations are, but this one is one of his best. … Continue reading

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Is the men’s movement missing the boat?

What is the men’s movement (MM) trying to achieve?  That is a bit hard for anyone to determine.  It seems that after decades of the existence of the men’s movement, no unified aim or objective emerged.  There is nothing the main stream media (MSM) has picked up and consistently presents to the public as the major goal of the men’s movement. The MSM had no trouble picking up and popularizing women’s causes when the long-simmering radical feminism came to the fore in he 1960s and became the dominant and controlling force not only of feminism but of politics.  Then it was that one could not avoid images (real or mental) … Continue reading

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Demise of the Family Wage

When discussing the demise of the family wage, there are few people today who know what the family wage was. Three decades before ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), President Kennedy recognized the need for an amendment to the Social Security Act. He suggested improvements to benefits–including benefits for the disabled–in February 1961. His argument was persuasive, and he succeeded in signing the amendments on June 30, 1961. At the signing, Kennedy called the changes “an additional step toward eliminating many of the hardships resulting from old age, disability or the death of the family wage-earner.” From Call to Action — the Sixth Floor Museum — Disability Rights I earned a … Continue reading

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Hive Mind — Making Mankind into God

Hive Mind — Making Mankind into God — A little over eight years I came across a report, Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance (pre-publication on-line version), June 2002, U.S. National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Commerce, pp. 164, 165 PDF File (4.7 MB), and wrote a commentary about it: The Hive Mind: Rebirth or the End of Humanity? Will the innovations brought by converging technologies for improving human performance augment or eliminate humans? (Full Story) This morning I listened to the radio and heard part of a discussion with Dr. Charles Higgins from the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.  He basically appears to be a proponent of … Continue reading

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