Monday, May 29, 2017

- The Latest Summer Accesory

Well at least the press is admitting this happens:

Hamptons bachelors are getting vasectomies so golddiggers can’t trap them

In a just and fair system, both parties would have their rights protected by the courts. Women do lie sometimes. (I know... shocking right?) So men should have some protection. There should be a law that requires a woman to get the written 'consent' of a man for paternity. And he should be able to disavow that paternity, (not deny... disavow) and not be liable for any child support. If she doesn't get him to agree, then she shouldn't get any money.

You get that? If the man doesn't want to be a father, then he shouldn't be compelled to pay for a child. If the courts would make this one simple change, than this major (and constant) miscarriage of justice would end. And one of the most serious civilization destroying incentives of Feminism would be seriously limited. Women would start saying 'no' again, rather than risk solo parenthood.

Of course, our family courts are far too enthralled by Feminism to ever consider this seriously, but that's what would happen if it were a just and fair system. Unfortunately, it's not. It's really a system designed to punish men.

And just to tie this to the last post for Memorial Day's sake, while I'm glad to see some prudence on the part of men, and some pressure of our society to abandon Feminism, I'd just like to add that "this ain't no way to save civilization guys."

1 comment:

Hell_Is_Like_Newark said...

This is one of my "favorite" stories that illustrate the obscenity of the current laws :

"In Alabama, a man was actually raped by a woman and was still ordered to pay child support. This man got drunk at a party and passed out. The next morning he awoke in bed, naked from the waist down. He testified that he did not remember having sex. Others testified that the mother had actually bragged about having sex with him when he was “passed out” and “wasn’t even aware of it.” This constitutes rape in most states, yet the man was ordered to pay support to the woman who was apparently not even criminally charged."

And another from NJ:

"A father whose son was killed at the hands of his ex-wife in a drunken rage does not have to pay alimony to her while she is in prison, a state appeals court ruled today.

However, a three-judge panel of the state Appellate Division found there is nothing in the law that says when a former spouse kills a child, the ex should be automatically disqualified for support payments.

In a 17-page decision, the judges invited the Legislature to change the law and said that in the case of Bergen County man Christopher Calbi he should at least be given a day in court to explain why his son's death should reduce the alimony he pays."