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GOAL: Eliminate Fatherlessness

Why is the goal of the Fathers' Manifesto sm to eliminate fatherlessness? Is it a worthy goal? Will the nation survive without it? Can the US afford not to do something about this problem? Is it worth the trouble? Will our children survive without their biological fathers? Will the politicians and bureaucrats ever care enough to do something about it? Will the media play a role in repairing the damage done by fatherlessness?

In the last 4 decades in the US the doubling of the divorce rate paralleled an increase in the rate of fatherlessness from 9% to 39% -- an increase of 30% which represents a more than fourfold increase in the percent of children without a biological father in their home. What has happened to these children and what is their future potential?

For each 1% increase in the rate of fatherlessness, the murder rate increased 10%, the rate of rapes increased 15%, other violent crimes followed similar patterns, SAT scores declined 2 1/2 points, American family annual incomes decreased $3,000 by the gold standard, abortions increased by 50,000 per year, the number of prison inmates increased by 40,000. This rapid decline from patriarchy to matriarchy (a.k.a. feminism, women's rights, or sexual liberation) has adversely affected both men and women, both victims and taxpayers, both liberals and conservatives, both Republicans and Democrats, both rich and poor, both young and old, both feminists and masculists, all races, religions, ethnicities, north and south and east and west. The beneficiaries are few and far between, and their token benefits are just not worth the resultant social pathology.

Around the world today there is a direct relationship between:

1) Patriarchy.

2) Low Divorce Rates and Low Rates of Fatherlessness

3) Low Crime and Tax Rates.

4) Rising Education Quality and Economic Growth.

Spain has a divorce rate about one sixth of ours, a rate of rape 1/8th, a murder rate 1/4th, and an incarceration rate 1/8th of that in the US. Greece has a divorce rate 1/7th, a rate of rape 1/15th, a murder rate 1/5th, a rate of armed robbery 1/32nd, and an incarceration rate 1/13th of ours. Japan has a divorce rate 1/8th, a rate of rape 1/29th, a murder rate 1/6th, an armed robbery rate 1/220th, an incarceration rate 1/14th, and family incomes 2 times of ours. Ireland has a divorce rate 1/18th, a rate of rape 1/20th, a murder rate 1/9th, and an armed robbery rate 1/5th of ours. No country is known to differ from the principle that the higher the rate of fatherlessness the higher crime and juvenile delinquency. Patriarchy is a proven social system around the world which does not need a study, nor a judge, nor a state governor to determine its value.
 

Country Divorce per 1,000 pop Percent of Fatherless 
Children
Rapes per 1,000 pop Murder per 100,000 pop Armed Robbery per 100,000 pop Prison Inmates per 1,000 pop Police Brutality Reports per Year Number on Death Row 
US 4.95 40% 37.20 8.40 221 6.6 92.5 2,124
United Kingdom 3.08 20% 7.30 1.97 63 6 0
Denmark 2.81 34% 11.20 5.17 44 0.7 0
Sweden 2.79 35% 15.70 1.73 49 0.6 0
Germany 1.91 22% 8.60 4.20 47 0.8 0
Finland 1.85 18% 7.20 0.70 38 0
Belgium 1.83 7% 4.00 2.80 66 0.7 0
Luxembourg 1.42 8% 5.00 0
Austria 0.97 7% 4.40 1.80 0.8 0
Spain 0.88 7% 4.43 2.28 265 0.8 0
Portugal 0.88 2% 1.20 4.50 0
Switzerland 0.77 12% 6.20 2.25 23 0.7 0
Greece 0.76 3% 2.40 1.76 7 0
Japan 0.62 1% 1.30 1.40 1 0.4 0
Ireland 0.27 1% 1.72 0.96 46 0
 

Education quality around the world follows the same pattern -- the lower the divorce rate the higher education quality and the lower education costs. Those countries with the highest divorce rates have the lowest IAEP (International Assessment of Educational Progress) and TIMSS (Third International Mathematics and Science Study) scores, and those with the lowest divorce rates have the highest scores, with rare exceptions. Switzerland has a divorce rate 1/6th of ours and scores 28% higher on IAEP and 15% higher on TIMSS (remember that the base score is 200 points). Japan has a divorce rate 1/8th of ours and scores 35% higher on TIMSS. Ireland (even though its ratio does not follow the pattern precisely) still supports the principle -- its divorce rate is 1/18th of ours and it scores 9.4% higher on IAEP and 9% higher on TIMSS. The only exceptions where these scores are reported by the US Dept. of Education are Greece, Portugal, and Spain who's divorce rates are 1/7th, 1/6th, and 1/6th but whose TIMSS scores are 5.3%, 15.3%, and 4.3% lower, respectively:
 
 

Country Divorce per 1,000 pop Percent Fatherless Children GDP per Capita Males as % of Workforce IAEP Scores TIMSS Scores
US 4.95 40% $23,500  54.4% 55.3% 500
United Kingdom 3.08 20% $16,000  57.7% 60.6% 506
Denmark 2.81 34% 502
Sweden 2.79 35% $16,400  52.1% 519
Germany 1.91 22% $26,200  58.8% 509
Finland 1.85 18%
Belgium 1.83 7% 565
Luxembourg 1.42 8%
Austria 0.97 7% 539
Spain 0.88 7% 55.4% 487
Portugal 0.88 2% 48.3% 454
Switzerland 0.77 12% 70.8% 545
Greece 0.76 3% 484
Japan 0.62 1% $34,800  59.6% 605
Ireland 0.27 1% 60.5% 527
 

Spain scores higher than us on IAEP and lower on TIMSS, suggesting an anomaly in the tests rather than an error in the principle. Other factors explain this low academic performance by Greece, Portugal, and Spain -- we spend respectively 1185%, 174%, and 106% more for education per pupil as they do. We are getting considerably less for our education dollars -- their scores are closer to ours than ours are to countries like Japan and Germany, who also spend less per student for education -- we spend 65% more per student for education than Japan, and 52% more than Germany per the following chart from the US Department of Education:



  1995 Digest of Education Statistics

Table 404.--Public education expenditures per student, by level of student: Selected countries, 1985, 1990, 1991, and 1992 [In constant 1992 dollars]

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                  |                                 |                                 |


     Country      |             Primary             |            Secondary            |          Higher education


                  |                                 |                                 |


                  |_________________________________|_________________________________|_______________________________


                  | 1985  | 1990  | 1991  |  1992   | 1985  | 1990  | 1991  |  1992   | 1985  | 1990  | 1991  | 1992


__________________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_______


        1         |   2   |   3   |   4   |    5    |   6   |   7   |   8   |    9    |  10   |  11   |  12   |  13


__________________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_______


Austria ..........|$3,451 |$3,526 |$3,681 |  $4,010 |$3,943 |$4,632 |$4,821 |  $6,420 |$6,557 |$6,369 |$6,635 |$5,820


Belgium ..........| 2,232 | 2,131 | 2,206 |   2,390 | 5,279 | 4,805 | 5,151 |   5,150 | 7,098 | 6,178 | 6,423 | 6,590


Denmark ..........| 3,570 | 4,446 | 4,529 |   4,220 | 5,045 | 5,301 | 5,540 |   4,940 | 8,570 | 8,332 | 7,916 | 6,710


France  ..........|   --- |   --- | 2,669 |   2,900 |   --- |   --- | 4,780 |   5,430 |   --- |   --- | 4,903 | 6,020


Germany  .........|   --- |   --- |   --- |   2,980 |   --- |   --- |   --- |   4,260 |   --- |   --- |   --- |   ---


                  |       |       |       |         |       |       |       |         |       |       |       |


Japan  ...........|   --- |   --- |   --- |   3,530 |   --- |   --- |   --- |   3,900 |   --- |   --- |   --- |11,850


Ireland ..........| 1,323 | 1,429 | 1,588 |   1,770 | 2,277 | 2,403 | 2,563 |   2,770 | 5,173 | 5,527 | 5,755 | 7,270


Norway ...........| 3,404 | 3,878 | 4,002 |   4,480 | 4,817 | 5,153 | 5,538 |   6,200 | 7,857 | 8,629 | 8,658 | 8,720


Portugal .........| 1,330 | 1,931 | 2,174 |     --- | 1,759 |   --- | 2,435 |     --- | 3,732 |   --- | 6,346 |   ---


Spain ............| 1,439 | 1,800 | 1,917 |   2,030 | 1,998 | 2,706 | 2,812 |   3,140 | 1,907 | 3,156 | 3,340 | 3,770


                  |       |       |       |         |       |       |       |         |       |       |       |


Sweden\1\ ........|   --- | 5,271 | 5,635 |   4,840 |   --- | 6,292 | 6,835 |   6,050 |   --- | 8,669 | 8,819 | 7,120


Switzerland\1\ ...|   --- |   --- | 5,611 |   3,560 |   --- |   --- | 6,761 |     --- |   --- |   --- |15,124 |12,900


Turkey ...........|   --- |   --- |   582 |     --- |   --- |   --- |   519 |     --- |   --- |   --- | 2,879 |   ---


United Kingdom ...| 2,336 | 2,897 | 2,878 |   3,120 | 3,864 | 5,499 | 4,383 |   4,390 |   --- |   --- | 9,911 |10,370


United States ....| 4,364 | 5,223 | 5,333 |   5,600 | 5,282 | 6,546 | 6,667 |   6,470 |10,221 |12,013 |12,157 |11,880


__________________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_________|_______|_______|_______|_______
\1\Change in definition in 1992.

---Data not available.

NOTE.--Data adjusted to U.S. dollars using the purchasing power pariety (PPP) index.

SOURCE: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Education at a Glance, and unpublished data. (This table was prepared May 1995.)



A closer look at Japan tells us even more about patriarchy.  Feminists in the US claim that men and fathers are violent, and that patriarchy here would increase violence.  But each  Japanese citizen, in one of the most patriarchal societies on Earth, faces 1/55th as many assaults, 1/220th as many armed robberies, 1/140th as many robberies, 1/20th as many auto thefts, 1/5th as many murders, 1/12th as many drug arrests, 1/18th as many rape reports, and 1/48th as many teen murders.  The one or two reports of police brutality each year in Japan make headlines, while the 241,610 reports of police brutality in the US hardly even get our attention any more.  Without drinking and driving laws in Japan, and with a much higher density of auto traffic, their accident and auto fatality rates are lower than ours, even though  we arrest 1,645,000 American drivers for drinking and driving every year.
 
 
Crime Rates Japan Japan US US Difference
Japan v.s. US Number Rate Per 100K Number Rate Per 100K Factor
Polulation 121,200,000 1,212 261,210,000 2,612 2.2x
Murders 1,684 1.4 24,530 9.4 4.5x
Murder Arrests 1,946 1.6 18,856 7.3 4.5x
Murders Resolved 1,631 1.4 15,208 5.8 4.1x
Rape Reports 2,610 2.2 104,810 40.3 18.3x
Rape Arrests 1,577 1.3 29,432 11.3 8.7x
Rape Convictions 1,334 1.1 15,100 5.8 5.3x
Robbery Reports 2,208 1.8 659,760 253.8 141x
Robbery Arrests 1,842 1.5 143,877 55.3 36.9x
Assault Reports 10,808 8.9 1,278,294 489.4 55.0x
Theft & Burglary Reports 1,671,873 1,393.2 7,820,900 3,008.0 2.2x
Theft & Burglary Arrests 260,533 217.1 1,440,614 554.1 2.6x
Police Brutality Reports/Year 0 0 241,610 92.5 inf
Fraud Arrests 13,379 11.1 296,737 114.1 10.3x
Embezzlement Arrests 2,774 2.3 10,092 3.9 1.7x
Auto Theft 33,936 28 1,522,796 583 20.8x
Drug Arrests 34,165 28.5 884,771 340.3 11.9x
Armed Robbery 1,212 1 577,252 221 221x
Murder, Males, Age15-24  606 0.5 63,733 24.4 48.8x
In Prisons & Jails 55,348 46.1 1,726,400 664 14.4x
Drinking & Driving Arrests 0 0 1,645,000 629.8 inf
Police Personnel 256,546 211.7 810,000 310.1 1.5x
Prosecution Personnel 2,092
Judiciary Personnel 2,800
Prison Personnel 15,301 12.6
Total Justice Personnel 276,739 228.3 1,794,000 383.8 3.0x
Lawyers 11,890 9.8 761,000 291.3 29.7x
Death Row Inmates 0 0 2,124 0.8 inf
Public Debt/Family 0 0 $6 Trillion $92,307 inf
Per Family Savings $21 Trillion $600,000 $0.2 Trillion $3,076 195x
Source: FBI Uniform Crime Report, "UN Profile - Japan" posted at http://www.ifs.univie.ac.at/~uncjin/profiles/japan.html and japan.html, "Myth: Getting Tough on Crime Reduces Crime" posted at http://www.scruz.net/~kangaroo/L-toughcrime.htm, "The Real War On Crime" posted at http://www.akfreepress.com/bkshlf.htm.
 
 

The fact that we now imprison 14.4 times as many citizens per capita as Japan, and still have such radically higher crime rates, is proof that strong fatherhood is a valuable social benefit, and that we just cannot afford any more experiments with matriarchy.  How did the feminists react to this after they were presented with the data?



From: liz <liz@gate.net>
Reply-To: familylaw-l@lawlib.wuacc.edu
To: Multiple recipients of list <familylaw-l@lawlib.wuacc.edu>
Subject: Re: Common Law

On Mon, 16 Jun 1997, Robert Lindsay; Cheney Jr. wrote:
> ... the common law gave the father the chattle (property) exclusive rights...

To the extent that this was once the law, it was found repugnant and is no
longer the law.

> ... if you look at statutory laws, they state, that
> they are in accordance with the common law...

And part of the common law is precisely that its authority is second to
constitutional law and statutory law. The level of authority goes like
this:  constitution, statute, common (judge-made) law.

> ... even though the father held all this power...it in fact was RARELY
> used.  Women, in fact used to flourish under this system, although; you
> won't get any such confirmation of that fact from the modern feminists.

This is so obnoxious as to not be believed.

liz



 
 This from a feminist who has reviewed, debated, and disregarded the voluminous and accurate data, who claims to represent all feminists (who actually may), who claims to represent all American women (who definitely does not).  Without citing a single reference she calls the data "irrelevant", "inaccurate", "hateful", "phony".  With patriarchy and not with matriarchy the US achieved the world's highest per capita income by 1965, and the American woman was the primary beneficiary.  With matriarchy, in just 3 short decades, the US plunged to 14th place in per capita income, and incomes in patriarchal Japan are now almost twice those in the US.  The American woman has been just as severely affected by this as, if not more than, the American man.

It is really difficult to imagine why the feminists who were the primary beneficiaries of 2,000 years of patriarchal progress believe, as Liz apparently does, that patriarchy was bad for women.  It is even more difficult to imagine why the American male accepted this complaint for so long, to the point that our social and economic collapse is almost imminent.  It is time for the American male to realize his own value, throw out the whining feminists, and reestablish patriarchy.
 
Consider this from CBMLAW@aol.com:
>For those of you who talk that a new order is to come and men will take over
>the planet, you have no idea how much you sound like the communist
>underground world wide up to the fall of the USSR and many other subversive groups.
>
>Americans are not fully familiar with underground revolutionary and terrorist
>movements.  Our first exposure to serious subversive groups in America was
>the KKK.  Now, Americans have experienced more of the hatred of subversive
>groups in McVeight and the Oklahoma bombing.  McVeight, some members of the
>militia and this list hate group, sound pretty much alike to other groups in
>the world during the twentieth century or since written history.   They
>constitute a "sociological phenomenon."
>For the rest of us, we need to put this groups in perspective and also move
>on.  By answering their messages we allow them to succed on their fundamental
>goal of disruption.  Besides, as so many of you have pointed out endelssly,
>their position lacks validity from all perspectives except that of spreading
>hatred and disruption.  There are subversive groups in all societies, in all
>times.  Our little group in this list is no exception.   Usually when
>ignored, they move on to another medium that better suits their purposes.
> Lets go on this list and discuss some serious issues of law.
>Private reply:         CBMLAW@aol.com
>Public replies:        FAMILYLAW-L@lawlib.wuacc.edu
 
 

No, CBMLAW, this is not equivalent to "McVeight".  There could be nothing more peaceful than to reduce: assaults 55 fold; teen murders 48 fold; murders 4 fold; auto theft 20 fold; rape reports 18 fold; robberies 140 fold; fraud 10 fold; to triple our incomes, and to silence the feminist whine.  You now have nothing to lose and everything to gain when we succeed.
 



 

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tens of millions of dead Christians

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Modified Saturday, October 23, 2010

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