Attorney General Warning
Law causes homicide, domestic violence, depression, persecution,
abortion, loss of children,and may make you quit smoking
Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 09-15-02
Tommy Thompson is expected to issue a statement regarding the recent attacks on his empire. Disgruntled employees, misguided state judges, indentured servants, and murder suspects may force the Health and Human Services (HHS)Department to answer to the Attorney General..
Stephen Baskerville recently published a piece entitled "Tommy Thompson's Reign of Terror" and asserts "The divorce industry has corrupted local government throughout America". Like many whistleblowers embroiled in a cover-up, Baskerville was "fired" by the Virginia Secretary from the child support guideline review body after publishing a piece entitled "Appetite for Family Destruction" that detailed the views of the member he was replacing, Barry Koplen. Mr. Koplen shared his disdain for the divorce industry asserting "The violation of constitutional rights [is] perpetrated by both our courts and the DCSE".
This may cause HHS to realize that "Silencing or eliminating all advocates for change, amongst those who advise legislation, turns objective review into law prearranged and signals the fall of a nation".
Ohio judges have taken it upon themselves to force parents to quit smoking, which will decrease their tobacco tax revenue. The outrageous tobacco tax that has been imposed on smokers is used by states to subsidize their Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF). The state of Ohio transferred $73 million of their TANF "gravy" to their Social Services Block Grant (SSBG)in 1999 while transferring nothing to their CCDF.
This may cause HHS to realize that "If Ohio is not spending their tobacco tax on child care, then maybe they should start taxing coffee?"
Many indentured servants are threatening to file a class action lawsuit to seek reparations for damages currently being incurred due to slavery. The lawsuit being filed on behalf of Afro-American descendants may be expanded to include heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children. The claims being made in that lawsuit include "slaves were prevented from accumulating wealth to bequeath to future generations" and "money slaves should have earned for their work instead went to companies that directly or indirectly profited from slave labor".
This may cause HHS to realize that " the Emancipation Proclamation was not written to shame the South, it was written to give the Executive branch the power to protect American citizens who are attempting to secure their freedom".
Gary Condit, O.J. Simpson, and Robert Blake never asked tobe saddled with a murder motive by the family law system in California. The mother of their children was pressed to their head, with the state warning these fathers "this thing has a hair trigger and it will go off, if you do not do as we say, and there is nothing you can do about it". Sandra Levy, Nicole Simpson, and Bonnie-Lee Bakely never asked to be the weapon in this family law home invasion, but they are not around to implicate the state in this conspiracy to provoke their own murder.
This may cause HHS to realize that "Jim Trafficant was right, when he identified a conspiracy between the Executive and Judicial branches of government, and Gary Condit was the only other member of the Legislative branchwho had the guts to actively agree".
Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gndzerosrv.com
Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.
This publication is a service of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, Inc. (FCF) and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Free Congress Foundation nor is it an attempt to aid or hinder the passage of any bill.
By Stephen Baskerville September 12, 2002
The government claims a crisis of unpaid child support. Leading scholars have declared these claims to be everything from a "myth" to a "hoax." Yet some in the Bush administration seem determined to continue the failed policies of the Clinton years. Health & Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson recently announced mass arrests of parents he says have disobeyed government orders.
The Clinton administration's "Project Save Our Children" illustrates that more political chicanery is perpetrated in the name of children than any other cause. The secretary has begun a "nationwide sweep" to arrest (what he calls) the "most wanted deadbeat parents." By the government's own figures, however, the "worst of the worst" amount to only 69 fathers worthy of prosecution.
Even assuming these few men may be scoundrels, why don't authorities simply arrest them and be done with it? Why all the fanfare from the federal government? Perhaps because these prosecutions are political.
"We will find you," President Clinton would intone against fathers. "We will make you pay." In Maryland, government billboards announce, "We're Looking for You, Child Support Violators." No government warns bank robbers or drug dealers that the government is watching them. This is not law enforcement: It is terror.
"More notable than any one arrest," we are told, is the "message that the administration is sending" that it will use federal agents to enforce divorce. In other words, the aim is not to prosecute lawbreakers but to spread fear. Terrorizing citizens into obeying its orders is not an appropriate role of government in a free society, even when the orders are legitimate.
In this case, the orders are not legitimate. They are creations of a divorce industry eager to encourage divorce by making it more lucrative. A child support "obligation" is simply what judges and bureaucrats decide a father must pay to have his children taken away.
Most divorces are filed by women, usually with no legal grounds. Most obligors have therefore done nothing to incur the imputed obligation, which is set by the same enforcement personnel who collect it. These officials have an interest in separating children from their fathers, imposing impossible child support burdens, and then arresting parents who inevitably fail to pay.
By the government's own account, what is billed as "child support" is little short of plunder. Among those arrested was a man earning all of $39,000 a year and ordered to pay $350 a week for one child, almost two-thirds of his likely take-home pay.
These men have no hope for a fair trial; they have already been pronounced guilty in the media by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, with no platform to reply in their own defense.
The divorce industry has corrupted local government throughout America. Now its poison is reaching up to the highest levels of our government. The administration is soiling its hands in some of the worst sludge left by the Clintons.
Stephen Baskerville is a professor of Political Science at Howard University and a contributor to FCF News on Demand