DAMAGES?? $5,013 Billion (Yes, more than $5 Trillion,
or 5,013,000,000,000 dollars) AND 64,824 lives.
|On May 12, 1998,
the Fathers' Manifesto Class Action Suit was filed against The Family Law Act of
California enacted in 1970, which is patently unconstitutional. Read it to discover
how the voters of California had the wool pulled over their eyes. It is up to the
federal government to guarantee American citizens that no state violates the US
Constitution, so this suit was filed in federal court.
The suit is 17
Causes of Action which specifically outline each of the most important Constitutional
rights being violated by this Act. Using almost solely government statistics and
studies, the damages due only to passage of this Act, only in California, only since
1972, and only to those who have been adversely impacted by this Act, exceed:
$5,013 Billion (Yes, more than $5 Trillion, or 5,013,000,000,000
dollars) AND 64,824 lives
Add up government statistics to verify the total tab. How
were so many lives lost to just one set of laws? The Act caused such a rapid rise in
the breakup of families, which doubled the divorce rate. One of the side-effects of
divorce for men is a 120% increase in their average mortality rate. Voila!
More dead men in California alone than were lost in the entire Vietnam War. Numerous
trips from Vietnam by Air Force C-141s (Cargo Planes) crammed full of silver caskets with
dead men in them is insufficient to comprehend how many lives are affected by these 64,824
early deaths. Only 50,000 deaths in Vietnam took an entire fleet of jets operating
each and every day for more than 7 years to accomplish.
If the same statistics were to apply nationwide, which they
most likely do, then the national tab would be $60 Trillion and 770,000 lives.
It is one of the reasons that our population growth rate is now below replacement level
and that our "global economic partners" are now more competitive than us in the
very industries we created.