On 3/8/2017, the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva,Switzerland , will receive a 30 page shadow report and an additional 31 pages of semi-classified US federal court documentation (to later be published after rulings are made) displaying the gross abuse of power within the family law courts; not only in the USA but in every country around the globe.
The family law courts around the world have been responsible for mass incarceration of fathers, widespread Parental Alienation Syndrome epidemics, abuse of children, racism towards Indigenous native populations, increased suicide risks, and so much. Worst of all, the system that thrives off their famous slogan, “For the best interest of the children”, is profiting from such abuses.
Gender discrimination against men, and mothers who wish to transfer custody to fathers without stigma, are under-documented problems we face in our ill social structure. Racism, rights of immigrants, women being sexually harassed in the work-place, failing economies…..all very important topics that deserve continued monitoring, yet the plight of children and parents, namely fathers, who get caught in the destructive nature of the modern domestic family law courts is deserving of equal consideration.
Please visit our “shadow report” page here to read the full 30 page report attached to the complaint filed by myself and other effected persons of the family law courts. This report sheds light on the thousands of fathers,mothers, and children who have been negatively effected by the family law courts, with a specific focus on fathers. Since the popular phrase “Deadbeat Dad”, became mainstream in the 1990’s, society falsely believes that fathers who are not in their children’s lives, always do so at their own discretion. Yes, some fathers do raise their children for a short time then abandon their children despite cooperation from mothers; which is dissapointing; just as some mothers have also done. But, there are many other factors to consider when trying to understand why some men are deterred and what can be done to encourage their participation in the parenting process.
This report highlights the unique social challenges that men, children, and Indigenous populations face in the family law courts, as well as society as a whole. Genital mutilation, forced military service, majority of homeless populations, majority of suicide cases, majority of bankruptcy filings, all attributed to men! In fact, there is a 2:1 odds in suicide cases showing that most men who commit suicide have either recently gone through a divorce/custody battle, or are in the process of doing so.
Since President Bill Clinton passed various federal mandates throughout his presidency increasing sanctions on unwed fathers and “accused” male spousal abusers, the incarceration rate of men has skyrocketed! Since 1994 to present, more than 70% of black children now grow up in single parent homes because their fathers are incarcerated or face economic hardship. The stats aren’t much better for white fathers. In fact, studies show that children are more likely to grow up with a family pet than they are with their father. After divorces take place, men are likely to end up in poverty or in jail. In Massachusetts alone, fathers being arrested for getting behind on child support payments make up the bulk of the jail population. Before the 1990’s, the rate of single parent homes in the black and white communities were significantly lower, especially in the lower income areas which often hit the black communities even harder, thus resulting in more incarcerations for the Prison Industrial Complex.
Ironically, Mr.Clinton himself has been dodging paternity test requests from his illegitimate son, Danney Williams, since the 1990’s. Perhaps the scorned Hillary decided to unleash her fury upon the entire male population through the executive powers of her husband. Alas, the issue isn’t just with the USA. It is a global epidemic. In fact, recently, A fathers rights union filed suit against the government of Israel through the United Nations, whereas the International courts did condemn the “Tender years law” in Israel that disallows fathers to file for custody of their children until they reach the age of 7 with the arbitrary belief that, “Only mothers can care for children under the age of 7”.
Another group that loses in family law courts are the Indigenous populations of the United States, who have very little sovereignty in cases of removal of indigenous children by DCS. (Department of Child Services.)
Please read my 30 page report with an open mind and come away with a new understanding of these issues. Nalini-Global is NOT a Women’s rights organization, a Men’s right organization, or a children’s rights organization, but rather a HUMAN rights organization. Unbiased and clear, we discuss topics that the public may not be aware of. After reading this report, you will learn about the Prison Industrial complex, the Military Industrial complex, how the State is profiting from Mothers and Fathers, and most importantly, how the system is dividing the very essence of what it means to be a human being who is entitled to equal protection under the law.
I truly believe that this report will effectively blow the lid off of the family law court conspiracy. I believe that our current situation is caused by the “blowback” effect (A popular CIA term used to describe the consequences of militaristic foreign policies) . Marginalized groups of people are discriminated against or harmed, thus, those groups seek more power, then that group becomes the discriminator, and the cycle of hate and war continues. Victims become bullies.
My report exposes the false presumption of “welfare spending is bankrupting countries”, “Illegal immigrants have babies and don’t pay taxes”, “Men who cannot pay child support are deadbeat dads”, “women who lose custody of their children are drugs addicts”, …… all of these are stereotypes that are based on very loose understandings of a major social problem that is linked with bad economics and bad governance.
My report is broad and generalized and covers many topics, it even dissects parts of the Federal Reserve system, yet, when you realize that the family unit is the starting point for any culture or nation of people, all of its other problems can be traced to it. The economy, war, military spending, crime, ….it is all linked to the family law courts in some way.
We live in a time where we are supposed to pledge allegiance to flags and invisible borders, yet we must stay silent in our prayers to our chosen Gods, and we must ask for permission for nearly everything we do. Have you noticed that, in order to maintain your freedom, we are being exposed to an increasing number of laws and mandates in order to remain unincarcerated? 1 in 4 Americans will experience jail time in their lives. The United States of America has the largest prison population on Earth, with 75% of its inmates being incarcerated for NON-VIOLENT crimes (i.e. legal technicalities) it is a huge money making racket for the elites.
However, I am optimistic. With the publication of my report, among many other efforts and advocacy done on my part and by others, we can work together through the proper channels and get a conversation going! Creating more laws isn’t the answer to creating a moral society. The more laws you create, the more criminals are created. If wearing black socks became illegal, I would become a criminal in this very moment! It is truly that arbitrary. Simple words on paper, which can transform ordinary men and women into criminals who aren’t allowed to drive a car, leave the country, or obtain employment. It is a cycle of destruction.
If you or someone who know has been effected by these issues, please read my report, print off as many copies as you can and send them to you legislators, governors, Prime Ministers, NGOS, Governmental bodies, or as a reference to your own research or case-work.
Many are chanting, “Let’s make America great again”….. I say, “Lets make humanity a family again.” What effects men effects women, what effects women effects men. We are interlinked in our struggles. It high time we realize such truths.