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Feminist Conquest -Supremacism – in India vs Male Rights

Male rights to procreate (or not) are some of many rights being lost by Indian men in the context of the feminist conquest of India. Female supremacism thus becomes ever more firmly entrenched. Siddharthasankar Mukherjee explained the implications of that in a Facebook posting: The Abrogation of Male Procreation Rights By Siddharthasankar Mukherjee, 2018-06-01, Facebook Well. All rights are of women. Why not aggrieved men then avoid celebration of so-called Independence day when they are actually dependent on women’s will? Supreme Court says a woman has unimpeachable right whether she wants to have a baby or wants to abort a baby. Indirectly they are saying that a decision related to having or not … Continue reading

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Islamic migration impervious to Church property court battles

Islamic migration is not affected by a developing Bruderheim Moravian Church property court battle.  That battle is only a small part of a far greater problem, globally  The fundamental causes that led to that court battle are but a small part of far greater, global problem causes, collectively. Those fundamental causes are all-pervasive and happen in many thousands of localities in the developed nations.  Their consequences now motivate the western leaders to give a helping hand to Islamic migrants, making the people that are to be augmented or replaced through Islamic migration foot the bill. The birth dearth and ideological disagreements cause problems Christian communities, plagued by low birth rates, … Continue reading

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Bad Girls

Are bad girls bad, as bad as boys, or simply “more equal” than boys? Are they perhaps smarter, not as visible, or more likely assumed to be innocent? [no date identified] Are women criminals getting a free pass from worldwide justice systems? If only 12.5 percent of women surveyed think that women have equal rights, they could point to the punishments meted out to women miscreants as proof. The worldwide total of prisoners as of 2002 is 8,570,051, but only 4.4 percent (377,082) of those prisoners are women. The difference shows up just as drastically in prosecutions. Total prosecutions among the nations who reported to United Nations was 23,841,769, but … Continue reading

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Galganov: The Courts Are ANTI-FREEDOM Add comments at Roadkill Radio Mar 20 2013 UNAFFORDABLE JUSTICE IS NO JUSTICE AT ALL: When there’s no real justice for people in the courts or government . . . where do people who have been done-in by the system turn to next? The terrible answer to this question is NOWHERE . . . where we really want to be, and that’s the rudiment of revolutions…. (More at Roadkill Radio)

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Divorce factories

Divorce factories — The indicated article contains one of the best summaries of the circumstances of “no-fault” divorce I have come across in many years. Still, it would have been better if “no-fault” divorce would be called what it really is: *no-choice* divorce, because marriage is an unenforceable contract. The presence or absence of “fault” has nothing to do with it. New York Post “No fault” nuttiness Why modern divorce is lunacy By BEVERLY WILLETT September 18, 2011 “Have we lost our mind?” the editors of asked last week, of a video headlined “Woman attacks judge in court during divorce proceedings.” The woman lunges over a bench, grabs the … Continue reading

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The battle for the family — Front-line news

The battle for the family — Front-line news Prison » Police Were Ordered To Stand Down As London Burned Precisely as we reported yesterday on the back of numerous eyewitness reports, it has now emerged that police were ordered to stand down and let London burn during the first few nights of rioting, an action that quickly led to a frightened public to demand troops on the streets, rubber bullets, … Marcus Simon’s commentary in relation to the causes of the London riots makes sense. It fits something I read a long time ago. I’ll quote that in the first comment after the pointer to Marcus Simon’s commentary. ConservativeHome’s … Continue reading

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Justice for Judges — we need more of that

Justice for Judges — we need more of that USA Today 2011 08 11 Pa. judge gets 28 years in ‘kids for cash’ case SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — A longtime northeastern Pennsylvania judge was ordered to spend nearly three decades in prison for his role in a massive juvenile justice bribery scandal that prompted the state’s high court to toss thousands of convictions. Former Luzerne County Judge Mark Ciavarella Jr. was sentenced Thursday to 28 years in federal prison for taking $1 million in bribes from the builder of a pair of juvenile detention centers in a case that became known as “kids for cash.”….(Full Story)

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Men’s Issues – Justice for Men

It is difficult to find a better introduction to the issues addressed in this Facebook album on Justice for Men than the following YouTube video (7 minutes, 37,468 views as of 2011 08 03) From the introduction to the YouTube video: “…Societal forces like chivalry, misandry and the onerous male sex role of provide and protect have been having the unfortunate consequence of obscuring the needs of men. This short video will give you an introductory glimpse of some men’s issues.” Men’s Issues Published on Aug 12, 2008 What are men’s issues? Watch this short flash video to get a beginning idea. Societal forces like chivalry, misandry and the … Continue reading

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Child protection system tears two more families apart

Daily Telegraph Attention: Christopher Booker Re: Child protection system tears two more families apart, by Christopher Booker, 16 Jul 2011 The latest official figures show that the number of children being taken into care by social workers (now averaging more than 800 a month) has soared in the past two years by 41 per cent, to its highest ever level. In many of these cases, it seems that children are torn from their parents for no good reason, to such an extent that this has become one of the most disturbing scandals in our country today. I read the article again, and it still bothers me. I have a … Continue reading

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Judicial second thoughts on pussy pass

Judicial second-thoughts on pussy pass for killing husband. Rajini Narayan rationalized that it was her husband’s fault that she had to kill him. Appeal sought on husband killer’s sentence THE sentence imposed on Rajini Narayan, an Adelaide woman, who escaped jail after killing her [allegedly] cheating and abusive husband by setting him on fire would fail to deter others, a court has heard….(Full Story) __________ She murdered her husband. She did it deliberately. It was premeditated. She rationalized that she could not help herself doing it, because, she rationalized, her husband had cheated on her, and he had been abusive (by her standards).  She shifted the guilt for his murder … Continue reading

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