Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Only in the Soviet Union

What does the gender feminist crowd do when the facts aren’t on their side? They keep the facts out of the picture, that’s what.

Senator Joseph Biden and his fanatical friends did that by turning Senate hearings on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) into a feminist madrassa.

The domestic violence industry of Canada is doing the same thing, where scholarly researchers are being excluded from the Alberta-government-sponsored World Conference on the Prevention of Family Violence. These scholars held their own conference in order to give truth a chance.

VAWA passed both the House and Senate, with minor differences that were ironed out in conference and then the entire bill was attached to the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Washington State’s representatives in Congress were gung ho supporters. Cantwell and Murray make no secret of their disdain for men and fathers, so those two are hardly a surprise. Republican David Reichert, on the other hand, counts on the male vote. Once it becomes more widely known that he has participated in the worse legislation since Jim Crow, he might find it a little harder to get it.

The opposition to VAWA was more vocal and better organized than ever before. But, with billions of VAWA dollars going to gender feminists groups that in turn funded the self-perpetuation of the money, it was hard for reasonable voices to be heard. As Congresswoman Connie Morella (R-MD) stated earlier today, "This legislation passed because of all the [Pro-VAWA] organizations out there making sure that Congress heard their voices loud and clear."

There is not much left to do at this point on the federal level. Feminist madrassas will be funded for another five years. But, most social change occurs at the local level, and this is where politicians such as David Reichert may begin to pay the price. In the meantime, men and fathers should vote with their actions, refusing to be roped into a system that is designed to destroy them. In other words, stay clear of entering into the government defined contract called marriage. Stay even more clear of co-habitation.

After President Bush signs VAWA into law, he may as well bring home the troops. There will be no Constitution for which to fight.

And, as they step off the plane into a land where they have lost their most basic civil rights, Bush himself ought to be out there to hand each returning soldier a new book entitled, "Will She Call 911 on You?," By Marc H. Rudov.

2 Comments:

Blogger One man said...

Can Bush Veto it? Or is that too much to hope for?

10/11/2005 03:35:00 PM  
Blogger Iguana said...

Yes, he can veto it. But, he won't. Every Republican in the Senate voted for it. These are mostly cowardly men who think they are protecting their political careers by shafting half the population.

Really, the only hope of eliminating this scourge on the civil rights of men and fathers is for someone to take a strong case to the Supreme Court on the grounds of equal treatment under the law or due process.

VAWA, if renamed and rewritten, could actually do some good. It would do some good by first respecting civil rights and second focusing on the real issues that are normally present in domestic violence. That would involve getting the victim obsessed gender feminists out of the mix, putting professionals in, and providing treatment for people with alcohol and drug problems. Perhaps also skills in parenting and teaching people how to live together in families.

Go to the EDVC web site, and you will see that they believe in only three things (well, in addition to the everpresent oppression of women): (1) That DV results from patriarchal control and oppression (2) so women are the only victims and (3) ending marriage is the only solution.

I hope any man that comes across this site wakes up to the fact that he is risking his economic and physical liberty to an oppressive police state if he decides to get married or even just shack up. If you want to have kids, you might want to consider waiting for artificial wombs, get a donated egg, fertilize it yourself, and let it cook for 9 months. That's the only way you can be assured the kids is yours and that nobody can take it away from while booting you out of your house at the same time.

10/13/2005 12:09:00 AM  

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