Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime


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Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
PatriarchVerlch
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PatriarchVerlch

http://www.davekopel.com/NRO/2000/Fatherlessness-the-Root-Cause.htm

So, that is what we need, to create more Single Mother Households. (SMH’s) As if 9 out of 10 single parent households have a women as the head role. With no man in sight. Face it people, boys need to learn boy stuff from men. Girls need a father’s love and affection so that she doesn’t grow up to use sex to gain attention from boys. It just compounds the problem. Cycle, rinse, and repeat.

http://www.cato.org/testimony/ct-wc67.html

How can feminism disregard this mountain of evidence as to products of families from smh’s and how they affect the safety of our world. Precious tax money goes to create more of this mess, just to try and make feminists happy. Their happiness is unachievable, even in the most extreme.

Throwing money at women will not solve their problems. Perhaps they will only compound the problems single mothers already face.

Let us not forget who is creating the single mother households.

http://www.gabnet.com/lit/deich3ee.htm
http://www.fathers.bc.ca/feminist_quotes.htm

So clearly we can see how destructive feminist logic is. We all need to make humanity a safer place to raise our children in. To be able to freely live our lives, without our wonderful women being turned into human wrecking balls, but the very forces which hate their own existence. I have yet to hear more than a handful of women stand up against so called Woman’s Liberation. As far as I can tell women have been liberated from reality!

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

09-02-2006 07:37 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
jewels
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jewels

Children are a result of the parents who raise them.  If 75% of children had fathers who were irresponsible, missing, deadbeat losers, or druggie, abusive, irresponsible mothers,  they definitely are at a much higher risk of crime, suicide, drop-outs, etc.  I raised four wonderful children, none on drugs, none in jail, none arrested for crimes, they don’t steal, they’re open minded, intelligent, in college, and responsible citizens.  NONE of them turned out like the drunken, abusive, irresponsible father whom I removed as their “role model”.  You have been completely misconstrued the meaning behind the numbers to twist the situation  to suit your demonic self.

09-02-2006 07:51 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
Mamonaku
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Mamonaku
“Children are a result of the parents who raise them. If 75% of children had fathers who were irresponsible, missing, deadbeat losers, or druggie, abusive, irresponsible mothers, they definitely are at a much higher risk of crime, suicide, drop-outs, etc. I raised four wonderful children, none on drugs, none in jail, none arrested for crimes, they don’t steal, they’re open minded, intelligent, in college, and responsible citizens. NONE of them turned out like the drunken, abusive, irresponsible father whom I removed as their “role model”. You have been completely misconstrued the meaning behind the numbers to twist the situation to suit your demonic self.”

Hello Jewels,

I am the son of a single mother. And she did a great job raising me. Unfortunately, you are wrong. Children need both their mother and their father.

Please read:

Experiments in Living:
The Fatherless Family
by Rebecca O’Neill
Civitas: the Institute for the Study of Civil Society

http://www.fathersonline.org/newsletters/07_14-10-02.html
http://www.civitas.org.uk/

Civitas, a civil society think tank in England, has just released a report entitled ‘Experiments in Living: The Fatherless Family.’ For the best part of thirty years we have been conducting a vast experiment with the family, and now the results are in: the decline of the two-parent, married-couple family has resulted in poverty, ill-health, educational failure, unhappiness, anti-social behaviour, isolation and social exclusion for thousands of women, men and children.

Summary:
The Experiment
– Fewer children live with both their mother and their father
– Routes into the fatherless family
– Divorce
– Births outside marriage
– Changes in marriage and cohabitation
– Is the married two-parent family a thing of the past?
– Most people still believe in the ideal of marriage and do, in fact, get married

The Results:
How does the Fatherless Family Affect Adults, Children and
Society?

Lone mothers
– Are poorer
– Are more likely to suffer from stress, depression, and other emotional and psychological problems
– Have more health problems
– May have more problems interacting with their children

Non-resident biological fathers
– Are at risk of losing contact with their children
– Are more likely to have health problems and engage in high-risk behaviour

Children living without their biological fathers
– Are more likely to live in poverty and deprivation
– Have more trouble in school
– Tend to have more trouble getting along with others
– Have higher risk of health problems
– Are at greater risk of suffering physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
– Are more likely to run away from home

Teenagers living without their biological fathers
– Are more likely to experience problems with sexual health
– Are more likely to become teenage parents
– Are more likely to offend
– Are more likely to smoke
– Are more likely to drink alcohol
– Are more likely to take drugs
– Are more likely to play truant from school
– Are more likely to be excluded from school
– Are more likely to leave school at 16
– Are more likely to have adjustment problems

Young adults who grew up not living with their biological fathers
– Are less likely to attain qualifications
– Are more likely to experience unemployment
– Are more likely to have low incomes
– Are more likely be on income support
– Are more likely to experience homelessness
– Are more likely to be caught offending and go to jail
– Are more likely to suffer from long term emotional and psychological problems
– Are more likely to develop health problems
– Tend to enter partnerships earlier and more often as a cohabitation
– Are more likely to divorce or dissolve their cohabiting unions
– Are more likely to have children outside marriage or outside any partnership

Effects on the Social Fabric
– Increased crime and violence
– Decreased community ties
– A growing ‘divorce culture’
– Cycle of fatherlessness
– Dependence on state welfare

Why all these Effects?
– Poverty
– Reduced parental and paternal attention
– Conditions before, during and after divorce

Evaluating the Results
The weight of evidence indicates that the traditional family based upon a married father and mother is still the best environment for raising children, and it forms the soundest basis for the wider society (civitas.uk).”

And if you don’t believe this British think tank, then maybe you will believe a government body of the State of New Hampshire:

First Biennial Report (Nov 1, 2005): The Status of Men in NH
http://www.nh.gov/csm/publications.html

“…The Importance of Fathers

Studies have conclusively shown that children who receive higher levels of atention and interaction with their natural fathers are healthier and better psychologicaly adjusted than
children without fathers or with uninvolved fathers.
Whether the outcome is cognitive development, sex­role development, or psycho­social development, children are better of when their relationship with their father is close and secure. (Lamb, M.E. The Father’s Role: Applied Perspectives. New York: J. Wiley, 1986)

Fathers who were affectionate, spent time with their children, and had a positive attitude were more likely to have securely attached infants. (Cox, M.J., et.al. Prediction of Infant­Father
and Infant­Mother Attachment. Developmental Psychology 28 (1992): 474­483.)

Children with involved fathers are more confident and less anxious when placed in unfamiliar settings, better able to deal with frustration, better able to adapt to changing circumstances and breaks from their routine, and better able to gain a sense of independence and an identity outside the mother/child relationship. Father­child interaction has been shown to promote a child’s physical wellbeing, perceptual abilities, and competency for relatedness with
others, even at a young age. (Krampe and Fairweather. Journal of Family Issues 14.4, December
1993: 572­591)

Children whose fathers were highly involved in their schools were more likely to do well academically, to participate in extracurricular activities, and to enjoy school, and were less likely
to have ever repeated a grade or been expelled compared to children whose fathers were less involved in these schools. This effect held for both two­parent and single­parent households, and was distinct and independent from the effect of mother involvement. (Source: Nord, Christine Windquist. Students Do Better When Their Fathers Are Involved At School NCES 98­121. Washington, D.C.: US DOE, National Center for Education Statistics, 1998)

Father involvement correlates with fewer behavior problems exhibited by their children.
This finding holds after controlling for the level of maternal involvement. (Amato and Rivera.Paternal Involvement and Children’s Behavior Problems. Journal of Marriage and the Family 61
(1999):375­384)

Fatherless children score lower on tests and have lower grade point averages. Family scholar Barbara Dafoe Whitehead says, “Even after controlling for race, income and religion, scholars find significant differences in educational attainment between children who grow up in
intact families and children who do not.” Fatherless children are twice as likely to drop out of school. (US Health & Human Services. National Center for Health Statistics. Survey on Child Health. Washington, DC: GPO, 1993)

In a study of 75 toddlers it was found that children who were attached to their fathers were better problem­solvers than children who were not securely attached to their fathers. Children whose fathers spent a lot of time with them and who were sensitive to their needs were found to be better adapted than their peers whose fathers were not as involved. (Esterbrooks, M. Ann and Wendy Goldberg. Toddler Development in the Family: Impact of Father Involvement and
Parenting Characteristics. Child Development 55 (1984): 740­752)

On the 25th of October, 2005, we were informed that of the 80 dysfunctional youths incarcerated at the New Hampshire Youth Development Center, 63 (or 79%) came from homes absent their biological father.

It would be impossible to give a complete accounting of the importance of caring fathers for children with this report. The serious student is simply encouraged to type “The Importance
of Fathers” in any internet search engine. (See also the fourth edition of the Father Facts Booklet available at http:/www.fatherhood.org; and the LCSSM report at htp:/www.nh.gov/csm/publications.html)…”

Please educate yourself.

Good day.

09-02-2006 07:58 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
PatriarchVerlch
Regular Contributor
PatriarchVerlch

Jewel, studies had shown that children are better off in a family, even if its not perfect. Of course there are limits, but there is nothing like the psychological dysfunction of an over worked mother, who is never home to supervise her children before and after school.

Boys are stronger than their mothers around the age of 8, so the only way to get children to respect their mother, is with the discipline of their father. Strong domineering single mothers, who are trying to be both the father and the mother, actually do more psychological destruction to their children, than if she had been a bit passive, loving, nurturing, understanding, the things women do best.

Is there any women defending the family? Or have men gotten that much bad press the last 30 years. I have not heard one women come out and be pro family. Even when study after study shows women are happiest Married to a man, with children. I know it involves some math, if its makes you ladies happier I suck at English.

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

09-02-2006 10:51 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
PANDORASBOX123
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PANDORASBOX123

Pat—You English is not that bad…

09-02-2006 11:20 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
aldarris
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aldarris
Another wonderful example of immaturity and lack of rational thinking.

Children are a result of the parents who raise them. If 75% of children had fathers who were irresponsible, missing, deadbeat losers, or druggie, abusive, irresponsible mothers, they definitely are at a much higher risk of crime, suicide, drop-outs, etc.

Denial of the smallest part of responsibility.

I raised four wonderful children, none on drugs, none in jail, none arrested for crimes, they don’t steal, they’re open minded, intelligent, in college, and responsible citizens. NONE of them turned out like the drunken, abusive, irresponsible father whom I removed as their “role model”. You have been completely misconstrued the meaning behind the numbers to twist the situation to suit your demonic self.

Using personal, anecdotal evidence to rebute statistics. That’s not even ridiculous.

09-03-2006 12:51 PM

Re: Fatherlessness Cause Of over 75% of Crime
PatriarchVerlch
Regular Contributor
PatriarchVerlch

Single mothers, don’t you play poker ever? There are odds of a winning hand, and a losing hand. Losing hands can still win, but they do not shine like a winning hand.

Percentage wise children from single mother households have a higher rate of being a high school dropout, on drugs, smoking at a young age, disrespectful of authority, engage in risky behavior with drugs, repeat the mistakes their parents made, and yes, becoming criminals. Single mother households, not all, and in general are breeding grounds for instability. Something you will not read in the brainwashing feminist propaganda in the leftest Universities.

Girls fair no better, as we have stated before girls who lack a permanent father figure, use sex to gain approval, acceptance, from men. Which, as expected, with the assinine divorce and child support laws, can make a man not want to be permanently attached to said woman. I don’t blame them, no sense in being a financial slave to some women you can never measure up to, for no reason.

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

09-03-2006 02:52 PM

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