Thursday, January 1, 2009

VAWA or Violence Against Women Act

"In my house, being raised with a sister and three
brothers, there was an absolute - it was a nuclear
sanction, if under any circumstances, for any reason,
no matter how justified, even self-defense - if you
ever touched your sister, not figuratively, literally.
My sister, who is my best friend, my campaign manager,
my confidante, grew up with absolute impunity in our
household." "And I have the bruises to prove it.
I mean that sincerely. I am not exaggerating when
I say that."

--Joseph Biden Vice President of The United States and founder
of the Violence Against Women Act--

I am not sure what Joe was trying to say or how this advocates creating VAWA but I would imagine that the abuse he received in childhood carried over into his adult life. Poor Joe still thinks it's ok for women to beat him. Joe has no men's shelter or anything or anyone in society that is willing to tell him or men that his abuse was not ok. Joe, having identified with his abuser as most end up doing, went on to create the Violence Against Women Act.

Yes indeed I remember the days when it was ok for a woman to slap a man right in the face and kick him in the balls sometimes doing irepairable damage and this was ok. It is still ok and unrecognized that women do any such thing to men. Men used to be slapped kicked and beaten right out in public but now we've won the right of it only taking place behind closed doors. Although if most saw this type of thing take place in public it is a stong cultural belief that this is ok and that women have this right, that men deserve this treatment as they are always wrong and have the abuse coming to them. I know several young men growing up in the 80's and 90's that were beaten by women. If a man were to fight back then it was unacceptable. Now, not only is it unacceptable but he would be subject to VAWA. There is no recourse for men now. We already have assault and battery laws on the books but that was not good enough for feminists. We had to have special and ultra harsh penalties made especially for the benefit of women. After all, they are all victims right...

Unlike any other law VAWA establishes protections for women only. Upon a woman giving the word, a full set of events swing into motion immediately based off one constitutional right that men no longer have ie. under VAWA, a man is treated as guilty until proven innocent, government police agents respond and seize him immediately. He is taken to a facility and locked inside a jail cage. From there..........

LIST SPECIFIC VAWA ACTIONS.....HERE......

Standing orders to all men: In the light of all injustice from women toward men in our country I emplor my countrymen to hold your position, hold your fire, do not let feminists take you to the battlefield. It is their plan to enrage men and turn women to our enemies. It is their plan to increase violence toward women to continue their goals. This is their battleplan. RESIST IN HONORABLE CIVIL PROTEST AND DO SO IN NUMBERS. FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS TO BE A FATHER. FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS TO BE A HUSBAND. FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS IN DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW. DO NOT LET THEM MAKE YOU THE MONSTER THEY SAY YOU ARE. THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT........http://www.mediaradar.org/


SELF ACTUALIZE AND FIND STRENGTH IN YOUR SELVES AND AS MEN. BECOME A PILLAR OF YOUR OWN STRENGTH AND SUPPORT OTHER MEN CLOSE TO YOU. DO NOT LET YOURSELF BE MANIPULATED OR TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF. DO NOT DEFINE YOURSELF BY THE ACCEPTANCE OF WOMEN. COME TOGETHER WITH WOMEN IN YOUR LIVES ON EQUAL GROUND. DO NOT BE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF BY SEXUAL MANIPULATION. ONLY HAVE SEX OR MAKE LOVE WITH WOMEN WHO WANT A BEAUTIFUL AND MUTUAL UNION. WOMEN WHO UNDERSTAND THAT SEX AND MAKING LOVE ARE NOT SOMETHING DONE ONLY TO AND FOR THEM.

I have a proposal for the ACFC to take up.
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is often called the "silver bullet" against men/fathers in divorce law due to its bias nature. Many (including the ACLU) say it violates the equal protection clause of our constitution by providing special rights for one group over another. Many also say it was authored by feminist groups and that it ignores the fact that much or most of domestic violence occurs against men.

With the recent high-profile rash of female-on-male domestic violence, such as the killing of NFL Quarterback Steve McNair and boxing champ Arturo Gotti, there is an opportunity to raise awareness and translate public awareness of something that occurs everyday to those not famous into legislative action.

My proposal would be to utilize this recent publicity and momentum to propose/enact legislation that restores mens/fathers rights to be on par with those provided to women under VAWA. A poignent and effective way to do so would be to introduce legislation that give men equal rights and protection under law such as a "Domestic Violence Prevention Act". An added benefit is a leveling of the playing field in divorce law such that men and fathers are not systematically at as much of a disadvantage in this oft-abused area of family law.


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1 comment:

Warren said...

I SO AGREE WITH WHAT IS SAID !!
I HAVE SEEN AND LEARN'T LIKE MANY OTHER MARRIED MEN I WORK WITH - THE INNOCENT VISION THAT MEN ONCE HAD FOR MOST WOMEN HAS FAST FADED IN TO THE DARK FUTURE !