1.The term "corruption" is not an explanation; it is an admission
of a failure to explain or comprehend.
2. Therefore, it is not explanatory to say that "corruption" is
not a feature of legal professionals, but of some other group, such as Child
Protection Services or other people in the Social Sciences or Social Services.
3. Various people use the term "corruption", when what we need
is an explanation of what the actual phenomena are that are causing problems.
4. My explanation for the above is that the problem is multi-disciplinary,
because Feminist zealots have infected or taken over every profession -- including
the Legal System, the Social Sciences and Social Welfare professionals.
5. This is why I have always preferred the Men's Movement to the Fathers'
Movement, because the former (though smaller) actually realises where to look
for the source of the problem (i.e. in Feminism), whereas the latter only
got drawn into this political process because of their own particular Family
Court problems, and they want to "Keep it simple, stupid!" (or,
at least, they used to), by trying to limit the scope of their intellectual
inquiry to as close to the Family Court itself as possible.
6. The problem is multi-disciplinary and requires a multi-disciplinary response.
I am fortunate, in that I have been an almost perpetual student, now having
Bachelor or Diploma qualifications in languages, Linguistics, Law, Philosophy
and Political Science -- plus a near-qualification in Psychology and some
papers in Information Technology and Biology. However, there are relevant
fields, such as Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology, that I know almost
7. So "corruption" covers a multitude of "sins", which
probably differ greatly from case to case, and boil down (it seems to me)
to decisions being made which seem absurd on their face. However, in the context
of the ideology and education background of those (lawyers, judges or social
workers) who make the decisions, those decisions are not absurd and need to
be understood, so that their antecedents can be combatted. Various people
use the term "corruption", when what we need is an explanation of
what the actual phenomena are that are causing problems.
Men have no rights,
but aren't less human.
We blame sexism.