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The divorce regime is the most totalitarian institution ever to arise in the United States. Its operatives in the family courts and the social service agencies recognize no private sphere of life. "The power of family court judges is almost unli



 
 
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Old November 13th 07, 05:37 AM posted to alt.child-support
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Default The divorce regime is the most totalitarian institution ever to arise in the United States. Its operatives in the family courts and the social service agencies recognize no private sphere of life. "The power of family court judges is almost unli

The divorce regime is the most totalitarian institution ever to arise
in the United States. Its operatives in the family courts and the
social service agencies recognize no private sphere of life. "The
power of family court judges is almost unlimited," according to Judge
Robert Page of the New Jersey family court. "Social workers are
perceived to have nearly unlimited power," a San Diego Grand Jury
concludes. "Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Total immunity
[enjoyed by social workers] is absolute power."

The divorce regime is responsible for much more than "ugly divorces,"
"nasty custody battles," and other clichés. It is the most serious
perpetrator of human and constitutional rights violations in America
today. Because it strikes the most basic institution of any
civilization - the family - the divorce regime is a threat not only to
social order but to civil freedom. It is also almost completely
unopposed. No political party and no politicians question it. No
journalists investigate it in any depth. A few attorneys have spoken
out, but they are eventually suspended or disbarred. Some academics
have written about it, but they soon stop. No human rights or civil
liberties groups challenge it, and some positively support it. Very
few "pro-family" lobbies question it. This is because the divorce
regime operates through money, political power, and fear.

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Old November 13th 07, 11:20 PM posted to alt.child-support
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"Chaz" wrote in

It is the most serious
perpetrator of human and constitutional rights violations in America
today. Because it strikes the most basic institution of any
civilization - the family - the divorce regime is a threat not only to
social order but to civil freedom. It is also almost completely
unopposed. No political party and no politicians question it.

It's time to take back America from the politicians who profit from it!
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