Purge of the American Father
Wayne D. Martin
WMAR at MUSIC.STLAWU.EDU
Tue Sep 19 04:57:07 MDT 1995
thank you for your response.
You are lucky.
The tragedy of what is happening to fathers is not being reported
by the press and the media is actually fanning the flames of
persecution. Politicians are not representing us and create
legislation based on anti-male hype and bogus statistics. The fact is
that we are the new "Jew", a secret source of revenue for the failed
social policies of this country. The importance of our relationships
with our children is not considered or debated only our value as a
wallet. The human cost of the government's actions against us is not bei
ng exposed. It is apparent that these White Knight politicians who are
determined to save Damsels in Distress do not or will not understand
a fathers love of his children, because they do not feel this love for
their own children. Their increasingly draconian acts (pogroms) will
not work and will only weaken and plunder our families.
We will not move out of the dark ages until fathers are treated as
> I sympathize with your plight. I got custody of my daughter in
>1976. This could not have been, except for the fact that the judge asked
>her twice if she was sure that she didn't want her, and she answered,
>"Yes, I'm sure."
> My daughter is now 20 years old, and living with her mother, for
>the time being. While I realize there are men who would only take
>custody for the sake of not paying child support, I always
>raised my daughter to love her mother because I felt that she should have
>a relationship with her. Her mother came to take my
>daughter each year in June, and brought her back at the end of the month
>with no deviation from the agreed upon time. My daughter now says she is
>glad her mother and I had such a relationship with each other and she is
>proud I raised her as I did.
> I believe most men would take such a responsibility with as much
>seriousness and commitment as I did. You are right about the male
>bashing courts on this time we live in, but I think that in time, this
>also will be rethought by the judicial system, just as other liberal
>ideas have been. If more children were raised by both parents in such a
>manner, there would unavoidably be more adults in the future who would
>force this issue to come to light.
> Wayne, you have brought up something that I could not ignore. I
>had to post my opinion on it. Thanks, buddy. :)
>John B. Hammes
>mujbh at uxa.ecn.bgu.edu
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