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I only wish it were possible to bring criminal charges against those in charge at his school. That they are waging these bigoted wars against our innocent young men should be met with prison time, now slaps on the wrist. This is horrible, oppressive bigotry that is at the top of almost all United States Colleges, and being encouraged by the government.

In his ever-more-sickening descent into complete subservience to the Feminazi’s, Roger Goodell has announced that the NFL no longer has to follow the law. They have hired a team of Feminazi’s to create their own legal system that has the ability to OVERRULE the United States Legal system. This is just another face of the Feminazi movement to remove men’s rights to a legal defense, like they have already done in the Kidnapper Court Process, and are achieving on many College Campuses across the nation.

Bye bye rule of law, bye bye innocent until proven guilty, hello Feminazi Police State.

Love Tiger Woods, or hate him, every person concerned with Father’s Rights and Men’s Equal Rights should follow his story forever. He had his life utterly destroyed by domestic violence, and the Media’s desire to punish male victims a hundred times more than their abusers ever could.

Fortunately for Tiger, he has enough money to find his way through the legal system and be allowed to know his children. Most victims of Domestic violence are never given that opportunity, we are just expected to surrender our children to our violent abusers.

If you are involved in Father’s Rights or Men’s Equality Movement, then this should be very important to me.

Whenever I write or speak out about the hundreds of thousands of innocent American men who are arrested on Domestic Violence and rape charges every year, everyone acts like there is nothing wrong with it. Whenever I talk about the dozens of times I have been taken into police custody without being arrested, people act like I have nothing to complain about. I have been bloodied, bruised and scared by police, and no one cares.

What everyone ignores are the horrible things Police do to ANYONE they have in custody. A cop could have an imaginary reason to have you in custody, and beat you to death worse than he treated an ACTUAL pedophile he may have had in custody the day before. A cop could detain you for jay-walking, and then beat you to death. A cop can detain you because you LOOK suspicious, and then charge you with resisting arrest, then lock you up, where you get beaten raped and murdered. The Kidnapping Industry, and the Feminazi Police State Laws that are in effect, GUARANTEE millions of innocent American men will be abused by police.

This gentleman was detained FOR NO REASON, THEN BEATEN TO DEATH. And you are ignorant and Naïve if you don’t think this happens to innocent fathers every day in this country.

I wish I could get this to embed

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This video is awesome and hilarious. It states what most of us in the Men’s Equality and Father’s Rights Movements know, that there is no pay inequality in America.

This article is a part of series of articles on Parental Alienation that look very promising. I will be reading all of them, posting links and reviews.

I found this article googling for something to help myself. I am suffering greatly over separation from my son. There is astoundingly little out there in terms of kind words of encouragement. Instead, I found this fantastic article for use in my writing. Enjoy.

At least, that is how this headline should read. People will say, “Why did this man run from the Police, if he wasn’t a criminal?” But only people who have not been victims of the Kidnapping Industry and their violent oppression wing in the Police force. There are many people, like me, who do not have criminal records, and have many reasons to fear the police.

That is the point of the kidnapping industry, to take innocent men, and treat them worse than the constitution would allow us to treat actual guilty criminals. Don’t let this story get lost in a slush of other police brutality cases(though I don’t mean to minimaize those atrocities) this is a case of an innocent man who was afraid of more unconstitutional abuse from the police, because he had already received such abuse from the Police in the past.

I could be this guy, and if you are a father, so could you!

The Denial Of Services

I have been spending a lot of time inside this report lately for my writing. Here is a link and a few choice cuts from this bloodbath of a report on how any victim of Domestic Violence who isn’t their stereotype female victim is treated.

“Finally, male victims of female-perpetrated IPV may also experience barriers to

seeking help. For example, Douglas and Hines (in press) reported on the experiences

of 302 male victims of IPV who sought help: Almost half of their sample sought assistance

from a DV agency and more than half of them found the agency to be not at

all helpful. Common complaints were that the DV agency said they only help women

(78.3%), that the agency was biased against men (95.3%), and that they were accused

of being the batterer in the relationship (63.9%). There have been no studies to date,

however, that document the extent to which DV agency directors report that their

agency offers victim-related services to heterosexual men.”

“Research consistently shows that men can be victims of IPV at rates that are close

or equal to women (Archer, 2000), that this IPV can be quite severe (Hines & Douglas,

2010; McClennen et al., 2002), and that they often try to seek help for their IPV

victimization (Douglas & Hines, in press; McClennen et al., 2002). However, men

also have reported being turned away from DV agencies—they report that the agencies

ridicule them, tell them that they only help women, or tell them that the men

must be the real abuser (Cook, 2009; Douglas & Hines, in press; Hines et al., 2007;

McClennen et al., 2002). Consistent with previous research, in our current study, DV

agencies report that behind adolescents, men are the least likely group to have housing

and transportation services available to them; behind GLBTs, men are the least

likely group to be the focus of outreach, and men are the least likely group to have all

types of victim counseling, particularly group counseling and nonresidential support

groups, available to them.”

“An often-cited reason for the inability of DV agencies to serve all populations of

IPV victims is limited resources. For example, Donnelly et al. (1999) argued that,

rightly or wrongly, because of limited resources, agency staff have to narrow their

conception of what an IPV victim is and who the appropriate and deserving victims

are for services. However, our study showed that resources did not predict the availability

of services to men. Rather, the overall political climate in which the agency was

located seemed to be more important.”

“agencies in more liberal and affluent regions were less

likely to have their shelter and group mental health counseling services available to

men. This finding could be because of the possibility that in more liberal and affluent

regions, there is more ideological support for view that men intentionally use IPV to

maintain the patriarchal construction of society”

“It must be emphasized that the responses of third parties, such as DV agencies,

are critical to the mental and physical health of IPV victims. Dobash and Dobash

(1984) first commented on how important third party responses were to battered

women seeking help—if that third party responds to her request for help in a manner

that implicitly blames her for the abuse or implies that she in some way caused

the abuse, that third party is also implicitly justifying the abuser’s behavior, further

isolating the victim, and leaving her vulnerable to further attacks.——Douglas and

Hines’ (in press) recent work on the help-seeking experiences of heterosexual male

victims of IPV show that these issues are highly relevant to men as well. Specifically,

they found that for each negative help-seeking experience the men had, their chances

of suffering from PTSD significantly increased.”

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I wake up crying at least once every night, and every morning wake up crying to bad dreams about my son. Usually nothing horrific, just him saying he misses me, crying because he does. I stretch, meditate and excercise just to get my head on right and be capable of facing my day. No one knows the battles that I fight just to get out the door every day.

I don’t know if the word, “nightmare” is the proper term for those dreams, but it certainly is the right term for the life that results.


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