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Dear Henry, I will

May 27, 2004

Dear Henry,

I will make this short and simple. Feminism or "Gender Bias" is alive and well in Family Law courts. It is so alive that it is repulsive and drive fathers in a grave, literally. I have 3 father friends die in about 2 years, another had a heart attack while in jail, and another freind is dying like I due to his Lou Gerrigs disease. This is all cause by pure liar females that will do or say anything it takes to bury a father, steal all his money by many forms of scams (perjury, fraud, extortion and even using the child(ren) as the carrot. If a husband is so bad (and women are domestically violent as much as men) divorse him but do not destroy him.

I am all kinds of pain and being murdered by a vicious mother, her hired liars and a crooked judge. My case goes on and on but I can get no help to stop the pain or for me to see my 12-year-old daughter. I'm 60 and they are taking my life, better known as murder. I have never done anything bad but they surely treat me like I had. How do we stop this corruption.


If you post my last e-mail can you at least correct my spelling errors a
bit. Of course you must know how basic my comments are. Finding the right
female is almost impossible and this was confirmed by a psychologist to a
group of people and me. WE are all wearing masks when we get married but
during the marriage GRADUALLY the mask gets taken down and the real person
comes out. My former spouse sold me a bill of goods and very gradually over
a 10 year period I learned about her fully dysfunctional family, their open
corruption and sicknesses. I began to slowly see a female that was
controlling, manipulative, demanding, a thief, greedy, a liar, very violent
and threatening and a true bitch. I have paid the price for this females
total lack of morals with her attempts to take my life and the corruption of
paid liars that today keep me from the only thing that means anything to me,

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at