15. Sep, 2017

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DIVORCED DAD SHOOTS UP THE PARTY

Not much in the way of detail here except an allegation that the guy had a drinking problem and had been violent. Did she cause him to have a drinking problem? We don't know. Was his drinking the only reason she filed for divorce or had she been reading feminist literature or, had her female friends been whispering in her ear? We don't know. What we do know, is that when the corrupt system does crazy things to men, it causes SOME men to respond in a crazy out of control way.

As trends forecaster Gerald Celente often remarks in the financial columns, "when people have nothing left to lose, they lose it"

When people "lose it" they often do so in such a spectacular way that completely overshadows the mild but constant provocation that led up to the main event. Now don't get me wrong. I'm not excusing the guy because what he did was indefensible. At the same time, government in all developed nations are responsible for 1) allowing radical feminism to thrive and 2) creating an unjust family court system that sends some guys completely over the edge into the abyss of insanity.

Of course, TOP politicians know exactly what is really happening. They take orders from the super rich elite puppet masters to break down family life, ANY which way they can think of. Why?......

Families don't "fit " in the new technocratic world order that is gradually being imposed on all of us. (look up Patrick Wood, "Technocracy Rising") I will have a lot more respect for leaders in the fathers movement when they start telling the whole story, because the only way to stop the insanity is to expose the puppet masters like George Sorus & Co.

Sorus knows what he is doing and has admitted using his vast wealth to quote, "break down society into it's individual atoms" in order to create an "open society" The Open Society also happens to be the name of his philanthropic foundation. The clues are right in front of us, hidden in plain sight.

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