Feminist Fraud-Related- PC Media Cover-up of Tyranny Against Fathers: ARTICLE

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Media Ignores Father’s Family Court Suicide to Cover-up Government’s Feminist Tyranny against Fathers

by Shane Flait (2011)

 

Divorce Father, Tom Ball, 58 years old, wrote a 15 page statement before committing suicide by setting himself on fire on the steps of a New Hampshire family court. It showed how present unconstitutional policies of Family Court influenced by the Violence Against Women Act destroys fathers and hurts children and some women too - and that men should stand against this virtual war on fathers. The PC media has ignored this news, for which Tom sacrificed his life, to cover up the court injustice that affects every father and family across this country.

 

Tom Balls situation is not unique. The Fathers Rights movement is all too familiar with it. Perhaps 24,000 men a year commit suicide due to the unconstitutional denial of basic rights of fathers in family courts. Some 250,000, or more, men are falsely and unlawfully placed into debtor’s prisons each day.

 

Tom found himself subject to the ‘greater good’ excuse laws that the family court uses to disenfranchise a father of his children and his money. These are the best interest of the child excuse and the safety of women (and children) abuse excuses. They’re ‘greater good’ laws because they abridge the fundamental rights and protections the U.S. was formed to secure.

 

The feminist-inspired and maintained Violence Against Women Act has allowed feminists to commandeer women’s issues – and that includes ‘family’ – to both set up and preserve laws or excuses that privilege women. This privilege, though, comes at the expense of denying men and fathers their constitutional rights – including their right to parent. Underlying these privileged laws is that men are bad and women are good – and victims of men.

 

These women-privileged laws have resulted in the creation of the powerful divorce and domestic violence industry (DDVI) that relies on the unconstitutional denial of a fit father’s parental rights, extorting payments from him by the state and mother- kidnapping of his children, and easy incarceration of him for either unproven abuse or inability to pay the extortion.    

 

Tom experienced it all. A social worker threatened to have the state take their children if his wife didn’t file an abuse complaint against him for slapping his child. So, she did and he was arrested and prevented from seeing his children. When he was found innocent of abuse, he was still prevented from seeing them. A divorce ensued.

 

Divorced from his children by the court, he was extorted to pay money weekly. This child support payment is generally a lot of money which can impoverish a father but can be used by the mother for whatever she wants to spend it on. If he doesn’t pay it all he’ll be sent to jail. Excuses for inability to pay are, in large part, ignored by the courts. This is unconstitutional, too. It drives fathers into debt and then into jail – as Tom was facing.        

 

Tom had served 21 years in the service and then went into the National Guard. He had also become a member and local leader in a fathers rights group to try to get the word out about the unconstitutional processes that deny fathers their rights and children. He was just a regular guy.

 

He understood that a lot of money was being made off the whole divorce and domestic violence industry – a system based on denying fathers their rights. And he said that much of its unconstitutional processes were devised by man-hating people who were destroying fathers as well as many women and children. He also knew that there was a great deal of cover-up of this situation both in the courts and in the media.

 

So on June 17, 2011, when facing jail for a child support payment of under $3000 and in debt at age 58 and unemployed for the last two years after paying for the last 10 years, he decided to take a stand against the system. In his words:

 

“I could have made a phone call or two and borrowed the money. But I am done being bullied for being a man. I cannot believe these people in Washington are so stupid to think they can govern Americans with an iron fist. Twenty-five years ago, the federal government declared war on men. It is time now to see how committed they are to their cause. It is time, boys, to give them a taste of war.”

 

After dousing himself with gasoline, Tom burned himself alive on the family court steps to try to force the media to expose the injustice that he and every other father faces under the present anti-man family court and to encourage others to stand up against complying. It’s a most painful way to die.

 

The PC Media Cover-up

Tom had mailed his statement to a local newspaper – the Keene Sentinel newspaper in NH. It printed it on its online version. Fathers rights groups got a hold of it. Comments on Tom’s Self-immolation and its anti-father implications spread like wild fire throughout men’s and rights-related websites – but not the major or most minor media either.

 

Tom Ball’s public suicide, his cogent and revealing statement, and the virtually universal issues he addresses would provoke great public interest and concern about family court rules and procedures – and its rampant anti-father feminist sexism. But, of course, that’s what the feminists and the rest of the divorce and domestic violence don’t want exposed.  So the feminist/PC media methodically ignores any news that may reflect badly on the women-privileged ‘greater good’ laws that rely on denying fathers their constitutional and parental rights. 

 

Keeping the public unaware of how the feminist family courts regularly deny a father’s parental right and other of his constitutional rights is the first job of the PC media. Failing that, it’ll find experts who will declare that the ‘Tom Balls’ are mentally ill. But, of course, all tyrannical ‘isms’ – such as state imposed feminism - proclaim that those who object to their tyrannical procedures are mentally ill.

 

Tom Ball is not the first father who has committed suicide on the steps of America’s family courts. And very many fathers have committed suicide quietly and alone due to the family courts’ denial of their children and their rights. 

 

A free press doesn’t guarantee its news coverage is unbiased. But a press that’s strongly connected with all its outlets can dominate what views and stories will and will not be covered. And that’s what our predominantly PC press does. Its feminist slant suppresses the truth that the public should know about.

 

 

 

Shane Flait is a writer and educator