MAD for TRUMP
By Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Okay so you’ve heard of MADD, Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Welcome to Moms and Dads for Trump or “MAD for Trump.” It’s a new political action group comprised of parents fed up with the abuse of moms and dads in divorce and family court. And we have good reason to be MAD at an establishment and industry which are ruining America.
You’ve heard the war stories, the families bankrupted by lawyers and judges who bleed parents and leave their children without college funds, girls and boys who will never know their real mom or dad because one or both are traumatized, marginalized or so scrutinized by court operatives that they are transformed into something we don’t recognize anymore.
It’s reached epidemic levels across these United States. Mainstream media is ignoring it, business as usual continues to our children’s detriment, and social media? “Raising awareness” from the comfort of your keyboards? Seriously? If anything, that’s causing more harm because nothing’s come of it, no one’s listening, and the villains are empowered more than ever before.
We have to take real action. As concerned parents and conscientious citizens, we have to unite and make ourselves a force to be reckoned with. Here at the Parenting Rights Institute, we’re organizing behind Donald Trump.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump you ask. Yeah that guy, because he’s the only one out there with the guts to produce long overdue reform. He’s the only hope we have to save our families and children, to restore a moral fiber to this nation which is eroding by the day.
Of course there’s that other candidate, you know the one. She’s been around a very long time and she is every part of the problem. Remember Hillary’s “Village” during the nineties, the notion that “It Takes a Village” to raise our children.
What she really means is more lawyers, more substitute parents and more costly evaluators in family court telling us how to do right, even if they never had children or failed to raise them “properly,” if there is such a standard.
Other countries tried the same sort of villages, they just had a different name for it, communism and socialism for example. Failed systems that are now making their way into this country like a new virus or incurable cancer. Even Adolph Hitler wrote about it in Mein Kampf. Just use the children he prophesized and “the people will happily give up their rights” to the state.
Isn’t that what’s happening here, or has the liberal propaganda overwhelmed you? Come on, we’re Americans, we built this country the old fashioned way. We don’t always get along but don’t make it worse for our offspring. And imagine any daily news conference with Hillary as president. Her lies are so routine that we can never know the truth or what she’s really doing especially with secret e-mails.
Putting it in another perspective, say you received a reliable tip on September 10, 2001 about a squad of terrorists set to board passenger jets the following morning. Would you spend the rest of that day warning authorities or the victims soon to enter the towers?
Quite a choice if you had it. And you know you’d be considered a fanatic yourself with either option. Just don’t hold your breath on homeland security. At least with the victims you stood a chance of saving real lives, however few you might convince even after the ’93 attack.
That analogy might seem extreme but it aptly describes what we’re doing. Most victims could not have anticipated the horrors of their divorce or custody battles, and the deaths traceable to an antiquated custody system exceed the number of parents lost on 9-11.
The problem is, there has never been a study to prove this, and that’s because of the money which this system generates for lawyers, government and power brokers. Like sheep to slaughter, parents sacrifice life’s savings here for the reason that their offspring are made the prize in a war that never seems to end
Often times that war kills off the parents. In the civil rights case, Pearce v Longo, 766 F. Supp.2d 367 (NDNY), a police investigator enraged by protection orders, confiscation of his weapons and a garnished paycheck left support court to end a divorce his own way. He committed a murder-suicide that left three children forever without a mom or dad.
The main reason this horrific event was not left to another footnote in a police blotter is the $2 million recovery by lawyers for wrongful death against the city employer. The fact that a common kitchen knife was used did not seem to matter. Neither did the igniting event in court.
The true cause behind such needless carnage is routinely suppressed, and the victims cover a full range. Even if you’re happily married or childless, you pay for it every day in our schools, workplaces and tax departments. From veterans and law enforcement to minorities and mainstream parents, this war finds you.
It certainly found Walter Scott. After stints in jail without a crime, this unarmed black father ran from a traffic cop on a support warrant. Simple solution? Just shoot him dead in the back five times. Not so much a racial issue as it was a money one, both white and black cops were charged. Those children also lost a father and the city paid a hefty sum to lawyers.
Ominously the incidents are growing. At its core, the public has been fed an overdose of propaganda behind a custody award for countless disputes involving children. Shared parenting and mediation alternatives are routinely crushed in nearly every state by influential bar associations which have cultivated this gold mine.
The establishment’s preferred framework is not so complicated despite chapter and verse. Custody is awarded to the parent who can best destroy the other in a barbaric contest reminiscent of the Roman Coliseum. Aligned family spectators cheer or cry, and the government band plays on while suicides become commonplace.
When you stop to think, it really is a barbaric process for a nation which styles itself as a civilized one. The collective challenges to our schools, communities and law enforcement are mind-boggling. The public has been duped into believing that custody wars are normal. And judges blame the parents in the end after all the lawyers are paid.
Politicians will condemn needless medical procedures that tax our health care systems. They attack an over-medicated population with costly programs even though government is its biggest drug supplier. Yet they turn a blind eye to these barbaric courts. Why are they being so protected despite overwhelming evidence of their devastation to the people served?
Enough! It’s time we took matters into our own hands and unite behind the only candidate who’s telling it the way it is. We may not support him on everything he’s saying but let’s face it, if you were a candidate, could you survive the scrutiny and twisted media stories about him?
Time’s running out my friends. I’ve been all across this great country over the past ten years seeking reforms to a trillion dollar industry. It utterly destroyed me as a consequence. So much for free speech. If you’re one of our thousands of followers, you already know my ordeal at Leon Koziol.com.
So join us! Call or write at firstname.lastname@example.org and our office, Parenting Rights Institute at (315) 380-3420. The deck’s been stacked against us for too long. Let’s change it with a trump card.
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