by Rahul Manchanda and Henry Makow Ph.D. — (henrymakow.com) May 7, 2015
In 1864, President Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery by enacting the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution.
However, it only took then-President Bill Clinton and then-Senator Joseph Biden a stroke of a pen in 1995 to reinstate slavery with their Federal Child Support Enforcement Act. This act stated that even if you lose your job, lose your legs, or become a paraplegic, you will be sent to jail. Your licenses (driver, professional) will be taken away from you without even the need for a trial.
In addition, the 1994 Violence Against Women’s Act (“VAWA”) mandates men to be arrested at anytime for anything a woman says (even if there is no evidence). The court system and police departments act in concert to torture, punish, and assist in extortion/blackmail operation completely suspending men’s civil, human, and constitutional rights. This law undermines the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 13th, and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution.
Twenty years after the enactment of these bills, the effect on the American people are as follows:
(1) More men have been arrested and thrown into jail by women who made false complaints. Those women were often con-artists, hookers, drug addicts, organized criminals, foreign spies, or agents for federal and state law enforcement.
(2) Fewer young men in their 20s want to get married for fear that their wives might destroy their lives taking everything they worked for with just one emotionally charged 911 phone call.
(3) Young women in their 20s find it more difficult to find eligible men to marry them anymore, pushing them into promiscuity desperately trapping men with babies in order to get a child support check in lieu of a relationship.