From this lengthy post, I would assume you would have told Martin Luther King not to go to Washington DC.

In Canada and the USA a group the size of what you refer to would affect change. So why not help get us organized?

The children in both Nazi Germany and Iraq were used in the exact same way as the children are used in the court system. They are used to manipulate and hurt the fathers. They are used to portray an unfair image of the mother to the courts, and bad image of the estranged father.

Instead of speaking of not being able to affect change let’s organize the 20,000,000 on both sides of the borders, and their relatives and friends to make the changes that are needed so we can save our children from a fatherless life.

The 6,000,000 who died in Nazi Germany have served a purpose. They have showed us that we as a caring human race cannot let another mass extermination happen again. Although it is hard to believe this by looking at Yugolsavia and Rhuanda and their recent civil wars.

The fact that we are the government is much like the once distant fact that the world was flat, long overdue for a reality check. I can only speak of the US and have no study of Candian structure but “something ain’t right” in the once glorious US of A. As near as I can tell, Canada has an edge in understanding the rights of children but I also see the horror stories coming from there (Mr. White comes to mind).

There is much truth in stating that 20 mil coming together would pressure a change. The politicos know that, so does the amoral corrupt industry causing the destruction, making damn sure that each of those 20 mil are left BeatDead with little left in their spirit to band together to assure change.

I am unclear about your comment about me having a theory about putting children in harm’s way. The Nazi and Iraqi use of children do not compare to the current use of children in the war against fathers (although the Nazi regime used children to disenfranchise the adult population). As far as large numbers of oppressed changing anything, I’m sure six million was a fair amount back in WWII but we know of their fate. Their genocide was squelched not because they came together to organize change, the change was the result from a deadly force which was commanded and executed (not begged for). That’s all another issue…

Perhaps another way to look at it…

A Father is put in a cage and on a treadmill. The only way out is through a door that is electrically charged just slightly less than fatal levels. His children are used as the conductors to carry the current but his only focus for getting off the treadmill and out of the cage is so he can hug his child. He attempts a few times but the charge is strong, and worse, each time the current depletes a little more of child’s life. He stops to find another avenue, not because of the pain of the charge but the damage caused to his child.

The treadmill is not in use while the Father attempts to leave the cage to be with his child and that pisses off a lot of the cage-keepers because it is their means for existence. They must make sure that the treadmill never stops.

The children are the conductors but that is not enough, they must be taught to love carrying current (toward their own demise) and despise the man in the cage. A means to accomplish such a neccessity is a priority (and the effect to the child is lost in the greed).

The Father cries out for help. Only those in other cages hear the cries but can do nothing as they, themselves, attempt to escape to be with their own child.

Now, take the child completely out of the picture and replace them with anything else in the world. Is there any argument that the same man wouldn’t naturally destroy the treadmill, escape the cage, and kill the cage-keepers? For what purpose? FREEDOM (the next priority behind a child)

Anyone who never experienced the cage speaks of change as a wish, those who have speak with passion. Neither are getting us anywhere… Yet

The fact is we are the government, and this was more than evident as Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum duked it out in Florida.

20,000,000 people if they were to move in one direction would carry a large voice into any legislative assembly on this continent.

Your assumption that we cannot effect change is wrong. The problem men face is that we do not organize for much. We can fill a stadium to cheer for a team, but when it comes to cheering for our own rights, we don’t.

Your theory of the not putting our children in harm’s way, would have to be revisited if you look at the tactics of both the Nazi’s and Iraqies. Both armies used their children as both protection and fodder.

Canada and the USA seem willing to use their children as throw away items, if you take a look at the way we allow the drug dealers and pimps destroy a generation of children.

children rightsHappy New year!

You’re right. We’re are talking about the fundamental right of children to be with their parents. And we stand by, like the Jews of Nazi Germany and the the people of color of not-so-long ago America, and say,” Maybe if we just ask nicely enough, They will stop this gross injustice.” NOT!

I bet if the top ten worst “family” (HA!) judges dropped tomorrow from ten rounds of .308, we would finally be heard. Extreme, some may say? Look at the magnitude of what’s happening. Have we failed to thoroughly petition through peaceful means for redress of grievances? Look at what so many children and their fathers have done, working peacefully for justice.

“But”, some will say, “we have made some progress.” Like Malcolm X said,” If you stick a knife into me twelve inches, then retract it 6 inches, that’s not progress.”

I’m all for working through the system ( and am). But at the very least we need to begin some sort of organized, peaceful,mass civil disobedience. We have the power- if we are united- but we aren’t using it.