To all the Dad’s out there, wanna wish you all a good Father’s Day. Contrary to the scumbag feminists and communist liberal government minions, Dad’s are much needed and much loved, more now than ever.
Tyrants throughout the ages have always understood and appreciated the power of men in society, especially men with families. They knew that fathers really don’t take kindly to having their family attacked by anyone, people in the street to government.
Marx knew that the key to destroying civilisation was to take men away from their families. Governments know that separating a man from his children removes that natural protective barrier that Dad puts up. It is almost impossible to brainwash the next generation with Dad’s still in the picture. That is why the State seeks to remove men from their families. Fatherless families are responsible for almost all of societies ills.
I don’t care what anybody says, or how ‘un-pc’ it is, but as a general rule, single mothers don’t cut the mustard the way the compliment pandering media and feminists would have you believe.
Families in meltdown, judge says
The effects of fatherless families is well documented, on the page Discrimination Against Men, the following is stated;
Mother headed households tend to produce the majority of our criminals, and of our drug users. This is one of the principle reasons for the surge in crime rate both here and in the US. The rising crime rate has tracked the increase in the number of fatherless families. Many studies have found that that the presence of the biological father is a powerful protector against delinquency.
The study ‘Experiments in Living: The Fatherless Family” documents the effects carefully, it is definitely worth a read.
In the event of separation, we all know the reality of child custody. The idea that the children suddenly start not wanting to see their father tends to be down more to the mother manipulating the children against their dad. This is called ‘Parental Alienation Syndrome’. I personally know of many many example where women will use the children as an emotional battering ram to hurt their ex-boyfriend/ husband, disobey court visitation orders (with no repercussions) and generally do their best to keep the children’s father way from them, regardless of the detrimental effects this will have on the children. It goes to show how little these ‘mothers’ think, by attacking the children’s father they are attacking part of the children. But they don’t care, as long as they get what they want right?
Extracts from Justice 4 my father, says daughter of rooftop protester;
But then as Lisa points out, brushes with the law are nothing new to her 49-year-old father. During the decade he spent fighting for full access to his three daughters after his wife walked out and took them with her, the driving instructor faced 133 court appearances before 33 different judges, two stints in jail and went on a hunger strike.
The irony is that Mark’s case is now resolved: Lisa, his eldest, now lives with him. So does his 17-year-old daughter. Another daughter, aged 15, lives nearby with her mother, but visits at least twice a week. He now has everything he fought for.
I think this is more common than people realise. Once the kids meet their dad again and notice he isn’t the fire breathing psychopath their manipulative mum made him out to be, they end up wanting to get away from her. After his wife just upped and left, this happened;
‘She told me that she deeply regretted what she had done and asked if I would take her back,’ said Mark. ‘I refused. I was too hurt and angry. The following day, she changed her telephone number and from then on she refused even to answer the door to me, let alone let the children see me.’
Life soon became a round of court appearances. At first, Mark was granted unrestricted access. But at the same time his wife applied to have his visits reduced, saying it was ‘ confusing’ for the girls to see him.
The Family Court agreed and cut his access from three times a week to once a week and finally to once a fortnight.
A year after they separated, the couple divorced. And that year, 1996, Mark returned to court in a bid to see more of his daughters. This time, he asked if they could come and live with him. His wife retaliated by saying that seeing him was unsettling the girls. The judge’s response was astonishing by any standards: he severed all Mark’s rights of access.
‘I was devastated,’ he said. ‘But I couldn’t let that stop me being a father to them.’ To show he cared, he stood on the street and waved to them when their mother drove them to school each morning. His ex-wife took out an injunction to stop him.
The secret Family Courts seem all too happy to limit access to fathers, maybe it is part of their feminist ‘retraining’. His daughter was manipulated by her mother, but this story has a happier ending then most in this situation;
In the end, it was Lisa, not the courts, who resolved the situation-Over the years, she admits, she had given up on her father.
‘We thought he didn’t love us any more,’ she says.
When her father was jailed, it served only to reinforce what she says were her mother’s words: ‘I told you he was a bad man.’
Mum’s hate for dad seemed to run so deep, to keep her happy and get the social workers off my back, I told them all I never wanted to see him again. Turning love to hate seemed easier.’
Over the years, she occasionally saw her father on TV. ‘One day, I caught him being interviewed along with some other dads who were also banned from seeing their children,’ she says.
‘As I listened to them all talk about how all they wanted was to be allowed to be fathers to their own kids, I felt a pang for my own dad and what we’d lost.’
On March 21, 2001, she telephoned her father out of the blue, saying that she and her youngest sister were at a bus stop with their bags packed and wanted to come and live with him.
‘Seeing Lisa again for the first time in six years was incredible,’ recalled Mark, who has written a book, Family Court Hell, about his experiences.
It took that man an epic amount of work to see his own children, such is the enthusiasm of our disgusting anti-nuclear family socialist Social Services and Marxo-feminist scum in denigrating the positive effects of fathers. I went through similar situations with my dad and my ex-mum (bitch), but I’m not going to go into it, this blog isn’t about me or about how the CPS refuse to prosecute my ex-stepmum (feminist idiot) for abuse even though there are 5 written statements confirming it occured over a period of about 15 years with two generations of kids. ‘Not enough evidence’ apparently. I wonder how much evidence it would take to get a man in court for ‘abuse?’
Anyway, enough about that, this post is to show Dad’s we care, even if we don’t say it all the time, or if you make mistakes (or we do), it doesn’t matter. I’m so glad I wasn’t brought up by a woman… Fuck me that’s a scary thought lol.
A Father’s Day Moment: Only a Dad, But the Best of Men
In other news, I’ll be away for a week, finally getting a break away from the UK. I’ll return back to business, and with a new project I’ve been mulling over, hot on the heel’s of Irelands’ No vote and the ensuring shitstorm it is kicking up with that eternal enemy of the Totalitarian State, the People.