Monthly Archives: April 2008

Deadbeat dad or child abduction

Deadbeat dad or child abduction? Why not ask: “Deadbeat mom or blackmailer?”  Are such cases always just black and white? Ms JW wrote: Please can you explain how Quebec Laws allow fathers and mothers who wish to avoid paying child support emigrate to your beautiful country. Why is Quebec not part of the REMO treaty with the UK and other countries of the world. Or hopefully I am totally wrong and you can kindly give me the contact of the correct office to contact and claim maintenance as his father has run away and RETIRED to your country. Thanking you kindly Ms JW Hello Ms JW, The short answers are, no, … Continue reading

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Missing: Government funding to gain political power

The following commentary was sent to a fathers rights activist, in response to his assertion that all that is missing for fathers rights organizations is to obtain government funding to gain political power. George, All the FR movement lacks is money? I cannot quite agree with that. Money is the root of all evil, so the saying goes. It would therefore follow that money cannot possibly be the solution to a problem like the lack of inroads made by the FR movement, or can it? First of all, that money quote is wrong.  Here is the full context of that quote: King James Bible “For the love of money is … Continue reading

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Save the planet: Shower with a friend – Good advice

Well, “Save the planet: Shower with a friend” may be good advice, but that is not quite it, although it is a good part of what needs to be done, as Angry Harry – in his usual and admirable lucid style – explains in his piece, Feminists Destroy the Planet (April 4, 2008) Read it. You, and especially policy makers, will most certainly obtain a few good ideas on what it takes to save the planet and, in the process, human civilization. I farmed for decades, trying to keep wilderness at bay and motivating even Jehovah’s Witnesses who came to our door to exclaim: “You live in a beautiful place, … Continue reading

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Taken into Custody – by Stephen Baskerville

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 … Continue reading

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The case of Abigail London-Fife-the-penis-slasher

Last updated 2018 10 06 In the case of Abigail London-Fife-the-penis-slasher, “Provincial court Judge Judith Shriar and Crown prosecutor Deven Singhal both said the woman should be treated in the same manner as a man who assaulted his wife.” That is commendable.  So, how come she wasn’t treated like a man who committed a crime of equal severity?  How come the Edmonton Journal severely distorted the truth about the nature and the circumstances of the injuries inflicted by the attacker? Edmonton Journal, April 4, 2008, B16 Wife sentenced for slicing man’s penis, butt Convinced he was having an affair, Calgary woman attacked husband during sex Daryl Slade Calgary Herald In … Continue reading

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How to pick a wife or girlfriend

Quite a few men write to us about how to pick a wife or girlfriend whom they can trust to be able to live with.  It seems that the answer to that is obvious to most. Here is the advice that we offer to them when such a question is asked. The most important aspect of a wife-to-be is how she treats the men in her life: her father, her sons, her brothers, her uncles, her husband or her boyfriend, and even her ex-husbands and ex-boyfriends.  For example: If she cheats on her husband or on her boyfriend, she will be likely to cheat on you; If she talks bad … Continue reading

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The safety or best interest of the child?

A toddler martyred to native identity Jonathan Kay, National Post Tuesday, April 01, 2008 The safety or best interest of the child?  The circumstances of the suspicious death of a toddler who had been abandoned by his mother before he was a year old. Gage …was given over to his great-aunt, a former car thief who’d been imprisoned for assault. A month later, the day after his second birthday, he died– allegedly after falling down the stairs. (Child services workers subsequently rescued Gage’s sister from the same home, covered in bruises.) The article makes a very sensible recommendation for the safety of indigenous children: It’s heartbreaking to study the details … Continue reading

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Feminism may go too far in girls vs. boys

Feminism may go too far in girls vs. boys is an interesting article, not so much because of another woman catching on to the damages that feminism caused and is causing to the relationships between the sexes, but because of how even women who catch on to that have a hard time casting off the stereotypes that feminism indoctrinated us with. Detroit Free Press 28 March 2008 Feminism may go too far in girls vs. boys By Holly Browne I recognize that U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton has the ability and as much right as any man to run for president. I firmly believe in equal pay for equal work, and … Continue reading

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The Intellectual Perversion of the VAWA Mafia

Updated 2019 02 10: Added links to related articles. The Reality Check 23 March 2008 The Intellectual Perversion of the VAWA Mafia By Carey Roberts When professor Suzanne Steinmetz published the results of her survey on domestic violence, no one had prepared her for the firestorm that would ensue. You see, feminists take it as an article of faith that only husbands abuse their wives. So when Steinmetz revealed that women are often as violent as their husbands, the fem-fascists started a whispering campaign designed to block her promotion at the University of Delaware. When that didn’t work, they phoned in a bomb threat at her daughter’s wedding. Cowed by … Continue reading

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UK Government Policy: Policies to be based on lies

UK Government Policy: Policies to be based on lies, explains a March 31, 2008 press release by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, announcing a study report (a monograph titled “Critical thinking about the uses of research“, by Reece Walters and Tim Hope).  The monograph is critical of the issue of government research data reflecting government policy rather than government policy being based on research data that reflect facts, the latter approach requiring honesty as promised by David Blunket in the year 2000. The press release states: The government is reluctant to use the learning from critical, independent evidence based analysis and research to inform criminal justice policy making according … Continue reading

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