Taken into Custody – by Stephen Baskerville • A book that the feminists don’t dare to debate — Dr. Albert Mohler’s blog has a very favorable commentary on it.
Stephen Baskerville’s book is a damning expose of the widespread corruption in the government-designed and -run divorce industry: a conglomerate of racketeering involving not only legislators, judges, prosecutors, social workers, police and bureaucrats but also a host of private-industry adjuncts to the government’s sector of the divorce industry, namely: child-support enforcement and similar agencies (in whom many politicians have a vested interest); psychologists; psychiatrists; mediators; lawyers; bar associations; law societies; universities; journalists; reporters and other interests in the media, and so on.
As Professor Stephen Baskerville describes in his book, all of those parties, especially those connected with the family-court system, conspire to intrude and insert themselves into families – even into the most intimate parts of family life – to expunge loving fathers from their families and their children’s lives, to apprehend and control children for the purpose of financially and emotionally devastating fathers (but not exclusively just fathers) to control women.
“Taken into Custody provides overwhelming evidence that a major reason for the existence and cancerous growth of what Dr. Albert Mohler calls the “Divorce Industrial Complex,” is the overwhelming greed and corruption that permeates the divorce industry.
“Taken into Custody” was popular from the time the first printing was released in the summer of 2007, but even now, quite a few months later, its popularity and appeal are still growing. Last night the reader reviews at amazon.com for “Taken into Custody” numbered 37. This morning their number had increased to 41, all of them favorable and five-star rated. The most remarkable thing about those reviews is that amongst them is not a single one written by a family- or father-hostile feminist. Just a few years ago that would have been unimaginable, while a dozen years ago Stephen Baskerville would have had a very serious problem with finding a publisher willing to produce and distribute his book.
The vast majority of the reader reviews originated in the USA, but quite a few are from reviewers in other countries, such as the U.K., Sweden, Australia and one with an origin identified as “International”.
The fundamental issues discussed in “Taken into Custody” are not exclusive to the USA. They are endemic in all English-speaking nations (as Stephen Baskerville identified with numerous examples and citations pertaining to many of those nations). Still, they are applicable in – to mention a few such nations other than the USA – Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, the countries of the former Soviet bloc, India, Japan, Egypt, Spain, Italy, France, Holland, Germany, Canada, South Africa, and so on. The preceding list of countries is based on what is being reported to and discussed with me by fathers and by pro-father- and pro-family activists from around the world.
If you haven’t yet obtained a copy of “Taken into Custody”, get one, and you will find out that – if you dare to dream of having a family – civil rights and liberties are only an illusion. You will also find out that families make up the fabric of society, and that society is being destroyed when governments engage on a deliberate war that is designed to rip families apart.
As I am reading “Taking into Custody,” I cannot help but feel that the views I have held for years are confirmed. We managed in the ostensibly “free” West to install absolute totalitarianism by the government bureaucracy.
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