American Parents Shanghaied by Radical Feminism

Indentured servitude may be losing its luster in America

Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 03-25-07

Indentured servants that were kidnapped by crimp gangs and shipped to the Colonies as a product of the Slave Trade in the 1600s, may have had nothing to really complain about. Although their participation may not have been their idea, the ordeal would only last 4 to 7 years - they were housed, fed, and then 'Freedom Dues' were paid at the conclusion of service - it all made for a pretty sweet deal. An indentured servant would labor for a landowner who had paid the steerage bill to the Captain of the ship who brought the victim overseas. After the contracted service, the servant would customarily receive his freedom, 50 acres of land, a gun, and supplies.

The indentured servants of today are taken from their own land by Family Law crimp gangs, and must pay for their own steerage before being contracted to spend up to 18 years answering to the other parent of their own children. Rather than providing these Shanghaied landowners with a job, housing, and food - they are responsible for providing their own and must pay their masters an arbitrarily large sum of cash each month to maintain the land that they so recently owned. Failure to keep up their end of the bargain will incur interest on the money the servant failed to earn, and may incur the additional costs of their own persecution by agencies of the States' Justice department. An uppity slave who misses a payment will be put in debtor's prison, which will force the financial burden to grow with interest and will increase the length of time to repay it.

The difference between the old and new systems of indentured servitude should be glaring and obvious. The old system targeted only single men who were down on their luck or homeless, while the new system targets only landowning (breadwinning) parents. The old system contracted the servant to spend a specific length of time which would compensate the landowner for bringing the servant to the jobsite, while the new system contracts the servant to spend as much time as it takes to pay off an arbitrary debt which compensates the master for removing the former landowner from the jobsite.

The glory days of old indentured servitude took a turn for the worse in the early 1700s with the passage of a new law in Virginia: "All servants imported and brought into the Country...who were not Christians in their native Country...shall be accounted and be slaves. All Negro, mulatto and Indian slaves within this dominion...shall be held to be real estate. If any slave resist his master...correcting such slave, and shall happen to be killed in such correction...the master shall be free of all if such accident never happened." The new law pulled the rug out from under the involuntary servants who had the wrong color skin and were snatched from a Country that didn't love the baby Jesus. The new law in Virginia was quickly adopted by the other colonies, since landowners would only need to pay steerage costs for the Slave Trader's new cash cow that was specified by the new legislation.

The glory days of new indentured servitude took a turn for the worse in the early 1990s with the passage of a new law in Congress: "Since Sen. Biden's landmark Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was signed into law in 1994, it has provided over $3.8 billion dollars to combat domestic violence and sexual assault nationwide. The Violence Against Women Act’s programs range from policies to encourage and prosecution of abusers, to victims’ services like shelters, to education that can prevent violence against women from happening in the first place. VAWA helped forge new alliances between police officers and victim advocates". The new law lived up to its name by provoking violence against parents who were suddenly empowered to summon crimp gangs from a State's Justice department, rather than paying out of pocket steerage costs to the Family Law press gangs. Landowning parents who suspected or anticipated resistance or betrayal from the newly empowered parent would usually correct such parent, and if they shall happen to be killed in such correction...the landowner shall attempt to be free of all if such accident never happened.

Heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country are slowly starting to pick their heads up and finally make eye contact with this intimidating threat to their family’s freedom. Soon American parents will suddenly realize, all at once, that this war is at their doorstep and their children’s future is in their hands.

Stephen Baskerville has continuously condemned this Family Law system of slavery and the radical feminists who are slowly overthrowing this nation’s government. Baskerville’s forthcoming book entitled “Taken Into Custody: The War against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family” will allow parents to fully understand the mechanisms that were created to threaten their family’s freedom and the series of unfortunate events that allowed them to come into existence. Parents who wish to hear testimony from other freedom fighters are urged to virtually attend the recent Family Law Reform Conference sponsored by the American Coalition of Fathers and Children (ACFC) online or on DVD.

"But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security." (Movie: "National Treasure")

Jim Untershine, Long Beach, CA 90815, (310) 418-1736,,

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.