The plight of divorced dads

Barbara Kay’s commentary on ‘The plight of divorced dads’ focuses on Canadian circumstances of divorce.

Barbara Kay, National Post  Published: Saturday, December 08, 2007

No other topics I write about so consistently provoke passionate personal response as those dealing with systemic discrimination against men. When, for example, I point out double standards for boys and girls in the health care system, or expose the use of bogus statistics around domestic violence, my inbox fills with male gratitude simply for acknowledging an obvious fact: Our culture is profoundly misandric.

Of the myriad forms of discrimination men cite, one looms over the rest: The egregious treatment meted out to fathers in the throes of contested child custody following the “no-fault” divorces most of them did not initiate or desire. My files bulge with stories of disenfranchised fathers ripped from their children’s arms and lives. They have lost their homes, their careers, fortunes, friends and reputations, often on the basis of false allegations of abuse (for which their female accusers are virtually never punished). I wouldn’t mention such anecdotal evidence, if the anguish in these testimonials didn’t jibe with objective data confirming the shameful gender bias that dominates the family law system….(Full Story)

In her commentary on ‘The plight of divorced dads’, Barbara Kay makes reference to the new book (but does not provide a link to ordering information for “Taken into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family) by Stephen Baskerville, (then) president of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children.

Barbara Kay’s commentary on ‘The plight of divorced dads’ focuses on Canadian circumstances of divorce.  It may not seem right that she mentions a book written by a US author about the plight of fathers in the circumstances of divorce and separation.  However, the aspects of fathers who are divorced, divorcing and in any way separated from their children are not particular to US fathers.

The feminist war against fathers, marriage and the family is an international war fought intensively in all nations, especially in the developed and developing nations.  It is the key strategy for the implementation of the international agenda for the planned destruction of the family.

Barbara Kay urges that all men should read books like that by Stephen Baskerville — especially those fathers who look down upon divorced, separated or expunged fathers as being losers. No one is immune:

First they came for the fathers, then for the mothers, and now for both parents in intact families. In the end all children will be in the care, custody and control of the State.

—Walter H. Schneider

In her article, Barbara Kay states: “If the system does not become equitable, don’t be surprised if men choose increasingly, and with reason, to play their trump card: Voting for equality with their condoms.”

That consequence should not merely be expected or feared.  It already is reality.  It is a desired consequence that the social engineers who have the world in their grip wish to use to achieve their ultimate goal, namely an 80% reduction of the world population.



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