Wednesday, October 1, 2008

The Politics of Marriage

I'm constantly amused whenever I get into debates, disagreements and arguments with people both in real life and on the internet, when it comes to politics.

To whit, there is plenty I have in common with "both" sides of the debate - and more for which I disagree.

Republicans, Democrats, the Bush Administration, McCain-Palin, Obama-Biden...too many people simply cannot comprehend the truth of American politics in 2008.

And the truth is this: Democrats and Republicans are two sides of the same coin.

As I posted earlier about social engineering through the Dialectical Process, the so-called "two-party system" is the perfect means for which the power elite promote their agenda while the masses are distracted by the political theater of Democrat vs. Republican ~ Conservative vs. Liberal.

Case in point, the politics of marriage.

What is the primary problems facing the institution of marriage today?

Divorce, the welfare system and the family courts.

But what is all of the modern day political debate focused on?

Same sex marriage.

In this way, the truly devastating results of the decades-long war on marriage that has been carried out by BOTH REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS continues ever forward, while both sides for which the majority of Americans identify with continue the meaningless and insignificant battle over the issue of "Same-Sex Marriage."

While Bush and the Republicans pander to the right wing, religious evangelical conservative base with their "defense of marriage" by proposing the constitutional amendment to define marriage as one man and one woman...

...the liberal Democrats pander to their left-wing, feminist, secular and sexually libertine base to "fight for equal rights" for an "oppressed minority."

While both sides fight over this "IMPORTANT DEBATE ON THE STATE OF MARRIAGE" the REAL agenda continues to move ever onward.

And what is that agenda?

* The continued dissolution of the Patriarchal Modeled Family.

* The continued creation of single mother households dependent on either welfare or a child support system that is based on the enslavement, emasculation and parental alienation of hundreds of thousands of Fathers.

* The continued codification of laws like VAWA and IMBRA that blatantly violate men's constitutional rights and furthers the proliferation of unilateral divorces.

And what ties all this together? The very real goal of the social engineers responsible for creating this state of affairs: to empower the Government's scope and reach into the most personal of all places - the family.

As Stephen Baskerville writes in his News with Views column, How to Turn a Free People Into Slaves:

Divorce sends many harmful messages to children and future citizens: that we can break vows we make to God and others; that family members may be discarded at will. But among the most destructive are about the role of government: that government is their de facto parent that may exercise unlimited power (including remove and criminalize their real parent) merely by claiming to act for their greater good.

Take away dependence from a Father and transfer that onto the State...

Remember that it was one of the express goals of the Communist Manifesto to destroy the nuclear family.

So while Republicans and Democrats continue the charade of debating the "politics of marriage" in terms of Same Sex Marriage...the REAL THREAT TO MARRIAGE in the divorce industry designed for lawyers and government employees to profit from the demise of families continues to operate unabated, creating the next entire generation of children that readily accept the role of the government as the primary arbiter and control agent for every facet of their personal lives.

Finally, as we all know, many right-wing, conservative, religious folks that were contemplating staying home rather than vote for McCain, have all become energized and excited by his selection of Sarah Palin...

...folks, she is the PERFECT example of another "so-called" conservative "family values" Republican that actually has used the powers of the State and her position as Governor to commit the very same injustices perpetrated by unscrupulous divorcing wives and their lawyers in utilizing the legal system to destroy Fathers.

From Men's News Daily, 2008 Elections: Marriage-Absence, America’s Most Urgent Problem, Goes Ignored:

Unfortunately, Palin is not a pro-marriage social conservative. She is an alpha power-feminist who, in a divorce-related personal family vendetta, grossly abused her powers to influence a family law case and get her former brother-in-law fired from his job state trooper. We already have hundreds of alpha feminists tampering with marriage in Washington. We do not need one in the White House.

Party loyalists pretend this is a minor issue – which it most certainly is not. Tampering with court proceedings, litigants, witnesses, and evidence is a felony in most states.

Palin hired a private investigator to dig up dirt on her sister’s ex-husband because they were involved in a bitter custody dispute. Family law cases are classically won by hurling child abuse allegations and damaging the husband economically so he cannot afford to pursue the case. The PI came up with numerous allegations, including a serious child abuse allegation that Wooten used a taser on his child.

An internal police investigation found no wrongdoing on Wooten’s part, so the police commissioner refused to fire him. Upon election as Governor, Palin then pressured her newly-appointed Public Safety Director Walter Monegan to fire Wooten. Monegan refused, so Palin fired him.

The Chronology of the case suggests that Palin interfered heavily in the divorce case, injected very serious allegations against Wooten which were not found valid, with intent to influence the decision of the court.

False child abuse and domestic violence allegations are ruining marriage in America. Wooten was never tried or found guilty of child abuse or domestic violence. He was fired on allegations of improprieties.

Palin publicly pretends to be supportive of the father of her pregnant daughter, but quietly moved her daughter to another school to keep them apart. These are not behaviors consistent with one who believes in marriage or encouraging marital responsibility. Few teen girls get pregnant out of wedlock parents provide enough love, supervision, and guidance.

Tampering with family law court proceedings goes on every day in courts across the land. Horrendous feminist abuses of marriage will end only by firmly demanding that our elected representatives do not do it themselves. We should only support candidates who openly support “Responsible Marriage” reforms of federal laws.

Is Palin REALLY the "pro-marriage" anti-feminist many conservatives HOPE she is?

Somehow, I doubt it.


Anonymous said...

If she were an antifeminist, she'd stay home and bake cookies for her children. There is nothing traditional in her manly lust for power, as somebody described it.

Elusive Wapiti said...

HL, you beat me to this. I too saw some common threads between the Baskerville article and David Usher's piece from a couple of weeks back.

"But what is all of the modern day political debate focused on?

Same sex marriage."

It's a rope-a-dope. They give you one thing, while the knockout blow comes from another direction.

The shame is that leaders of the Religious Right do the distracting for the social engineers of the Left. Lenin's useful idiots. They strangely seem to have abandoned the question of divorce and extra-marital sexuality/childbearing and instead are focusing their energies on something relatively minor.

I mean, homosexuals are less than 10%of the population. Hetero divorce nets nearly half of the population. Which problem merits the most attention?

The communist manifesto seeks to destroy the family because the family is a rival to government power, not a foundation that government is built upon. The two exist in a zero-sum game: where there is more family, there is less government and vice versa.

Anonymous said...

--where there is more family, there is less government--

That is perfectly true. Take the case of my country. The government is too poor to provide for the people, hence we have a strong family system.