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New Year wishes for Fullerton-by Barry Levinson

Barry Levinson

Barry Levinson

Here are a few New Year’s wishes for our City of Fullerton

That the Fullerton Downtown Core and Corridor Special Project is voting down by our City Council. After all if all 5 members voted against one town home project recently in Fullerton for not fitting into either the neighborhood nor with the Fullerton General Plan then it should be a slam dunk that the DCCSP should be voted down on the very same grounds.

  1. That since the OC Register has stated the our own Police Chief Dan Hughes is one of the most influential people in Orange County due to the transparency he supposedly has brought to the FPD, that he actually starts answering simple questions like the one I posed to him and the city council 4 times at city council meetings more than 6 months ago. Simply who has replaced retired Bill Wallis who headed up monitoring sex offenders in the City of Fullerton.
  2. A Fullerton Police Officer was accused by approximately 10 arrestees that they were going to get the faces smashed in by the police after a January 18, 2014 Kelly Thomas demonstration. We were told way back in June from Mr. Transparency, Dan Hughes that the DAR was given over to the DA’s office as evidence and yet absolutely no action has been taken against that officer nor has the DAR been released to the public. In 2015 this DAR must be released by the FPD.
  3. Police Chief Hughes should make it his number one priority to get the state legislature to repeal the Police Officers Bill of Rights. This very poorly designed law keeps Fullerton and all Californians in the dark as to complaints filed against officers or any disciplinary actions taken against them. This is the one thing more than any other that would truly make the FPD more transparent.
  4. And as it relates to the story I reported below, that when the FPD finally purchases body cameras for its officers that it must be on 100% of the time when officers are on duty. Shutting them off should be grounds for firing any Fullerton officer. Without these mandatory rules, the cameras will not do what they are suppose to do, namely provide video evidence of actions taken by both the police and the suspects.
  5. Finally I wish that all those people especially in high level positions that apparently think it is okay to hate or defame people that they try to get a little bit more love in their hearts and more integrity in their souls.


Happy New Year Everyone!

I report, you decide.

Barry Levinson


Honesty is such a lonely word-especially when it comes to what is being done to your children



JUSTICE-by Wendy Ann Greene

An Advocacy and Guide for Autistic and Special Needs Families Challenged with Legal and CPS Issues.

My son, Justice, was diagnosed at the age of 6 with Asperger’s syndrome.  The horrific journey we have been on since the time he could walk is what inspired me to research autism, as well our medical, social, and legal systems that were not prepared, nor equipped to handle the epidemic that is sweeping across our nation.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one, directly affects all indirectly.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

This book is written to create awareness of the changes required in America due to the rapid epidemic growth of autism in the United States. The number of children diagnosed with it has grown from 1 in 2,220 in the 1970s to our present day overload of 1 in 68, with a 5 to 1 boy girl ratio.1 Researchers state this rapid growth has to be environmental rather than genetic. There are probably a myriad reasons for this explosive growth. We are in a chemical and electrical matrix unknown before to humanity. The chemical toxins of the 20th century combined with the electromagnetic radiations of the 21st century have led to unknown influences on the brains’ of our children. This assault has been unprecedented in human history. Since we are chemical and electrical beings, it makes sense we are being impacted by this whole new unprecedented environment.

Our guidelines or guideposts that worked before the chemical and electrical age have to drop away for they do not work with the new brains that are continually being created. The projections are that by 2030, one half of all children born in the U.S. will be autistic. At this rate, autistic families are not in the majority yet, but soon will be. Eventually everyone will be impacted and our social system must be changed to assist the ever increasing number of families so they do not suffer annihilation disintegration as our present system results in due to children acting in ways never seen before; therefore our current systems are woefully inadequate and are not able to assist the children to become functioning adults, as our society will require with such large numbers adding to our population yearly.

There can be no gain in just saying that governmental and judicial injustices’ engulf this country. Riverside County, California is one of the highest in national statistics for Child Protective Services (CPS) fraud and corruption. It has earned an ugly record of devastating innocent families for federal bonus money and political gain, with no regard as to how it destroys and scars the souls of countless children, their parents, and their grandparents. Its unjust treatment of parents and their priceless children in the courts is a notorious reality. It is not just Riverside County, however, this is happening in every section of our country. I have discovered in my in-depth research that there have been more cases of abuse, molestation, and murder of children while in the foster care system than by the natural parents, or guardians. I have also uncovered that 60% of CPS cases are fraudulent like my family’s case, which has been going on for two years now. The remaining 40% of CPS cases are actual dangerous situations; but often those children get to go home, and are put right back into harm’s way. Meanwhile, innocent families are deprived of their children, resulting in the tragic outcome of their never seeing their parents again. These are the hard, brutal, and unbelievable facts. On the basis of these conditions I have sought knowledge on all aspects of this repetitive miscarriage of justice. Caseworkers, attorneys, and judges consistently refuse to engage in good faith negotiation in order to arrive at the goal of a “reasonable effort” to reunify the whole family.

Another huge concern is, even after you are fortunate enough to get your children home, the emotional duress and psychological harm created in children ripped from their parents’ arms, and transferred from foster family to foster family can result in scars that may take years to heal, if they are ever capable of healing at all. The social service system as it has been created and grown into such powerful proportions is completely responsible for these scars, yet their misconduct goes unrecognized as a problem. We are victims of broken promises we have been forced to endure. Our family has been at odds with CPS for the past eight years due to our oldest son, who has had frequent violent meltdowns and was finally diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome at the age of six. From the time he could walk he has been difficult to handle. This escalated as his two younger brothers came into the family. The constant intervention, which became necessary to protect the younger boys from his anger, only fueled his tantrums. But, we were doing it, chugging along one day at a time, providing a safe and loving environment for our three sons.

We believed that the CPS system would help us as they assured they would. Over the years, as the weeks and months of Justices’ out-of-control behavior and constant lying to the school continued, we only slowly realized that we were the innocent victims of CPS corruption that spans this country nationwide. Not only had our family been ripped apart, our hopes were ripped apart, and the dark shadow of a deep disappointment settled upon us. Eventually, in an effort to protect our children from continued loss of family reunification and being transferred from foster home to foster home, we started researching on how to take direct action to be heard. I have spent the last several months reading case after case, just in the state of California alone, that are eerily similar to our own case. We thought we had the right to present our defense; and attempted to assert our fundamental rights that are protected under the United States constitution. We learned, however, we had to present our defense more aggressively, and attempted to lay our case before the conscience of the local, and national community. We were not unmindful of the difficulties involved. We thought this was the best way to apply pressure on the attorneys, caseworkers, even the judge, for the much needed turn around on our case for the charges to be dropped or expunged, since our son is one of the 1,000s of emerging unique cases that current laws were not written for and do not accommodate, nor even recognize autistic behavior.

When we kept losing ground, rather than gaining it, I conducted more research and came across the grizzly discovery that our judge has been repeatedly connected with many other parents who have had their children ripped from them. There are so many an entire website has been established to help parents fight the corruption of CPS.

Nonviolent direct action seeks to establish the creative tension that a community that has consistently deprived us of its rights needs to confront the issue. It is toward this goal that I have created this expose, seeking to bring attention to the issues that can no longer be ignored.

The creation of tension is part of the work of being a mother; and now I am utilizing it in my attempting to assert my parental rights, and protect my children from further CPS abuse. I am not afraid of the word tension. I have earnestly worked, and lived with violent tension since my son was 2 years old. There is another type of constructive nonviolent tension that is necessary for growth. Just as Socrates felt that it was necessary to create a tension in the mind so that individuals could rise from the bondage of myths and half-truths to the unfettered realm of creative analysis and objective appraisal, we must see the need of having whistleblowers, and trailblazers to create the kind of tension in society that will help people to rise from the dark depths of governmental and CPS corruption to the majestic heights of understanding. My urgent need to write this book is an attempt to create the atmosphere that it will inevitably open the door to a complete reformation of Child Protective Services, so that it will truly be protective rather than destructive as it is now to too many families.

Too long has our beloved country been bogged down in the tragic attempt to live in monologue, rather than dialogue. We will be sadly mistaken if we think that the election of a few good-will leaders will bring the much needed CPS reform to our nation. While some political leaders are more articulate, and gentle than others, the majority are dedicated to the task of maintaining the status quo. This is not in the “best interest of the child.” The CPS status quo at present is to be bought and sold, institutionalized, over medicated, and brainwashed; instead of being in their own home where they belong in the loving arms of their natural parents.

Reinhold Niebuhr tells us that groups are more immoral than individuals. Individuals may see the moral light and voluntarily give up their unjust posture. We have not made a single gain in civil rights without determined legal, and nonviolent pressure from the devotees of civil rights. History is the long, and tragic saga of the fact that privileged groups seldom give up their privileges voluntarily. We know through painful experiences that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed. The hope I have in our political leaders is that they will be reasonable enough to see the futility of not listening to the massive resistance that is arising across the nation to resist this deconstruction of our families, and therefore our country. I trust the information outlined in this book will start the progress that is necessary for the American family to become the sacred unit with parents guaranteed the freedom to protect and raise their children according to their values, which America’s founders fought for, and carefully created our constitution to ensure that right.

We have waited for more than two years for our constitutional, and God-given rights, to be respected and enforced by our law enforcement officials. I guess it is easy for those who have never felt the stinging results of CPS corruption that has labeled me guilty of “child endangerment” and “corporal punishment”. They provided falsified reports and hearsay, which our judge has embraced as the Biblical truth. An autistic child who has been so extremely uncontrollable that even staffed institutions have had to resort to “chemical restraint” to protect the child and the other children in the home has resulted in our entire family being torn apart. They themselves have told us he is the most difficult child they have ever worked with. The result of the lack of understanding the difficulties involved in attempting to protect an autistic child from harming himself and his brothers has led to this family becoming homeless, bankrupt, and branded as felonous. I hope to create changes by taking society on the journey this family of five have been subjected to, which is an example of what 1,000s of families are facing today. When you have walked through the dungeon doors of blatant judicial corruption; and you have seen hate filled policemen curse at, kick and brutalize myself and my family with impunity; when you see the multiple numbers of parents struggling with the challenges that come along with autism; when you suddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering as you seek to explain to your 4 year old son why he can’t come home with you, and see tears welling up in his little eyes when he is told you are not allowed to come home yet; we do not know when, or even if they are coming home. I see the depressing clouds of inferiority begin to form in his little mental sky, and see him begin to distort his little personality by unconsciously developing a bitterness toward any authority, or adult who continues to hinder him from going home; when you have to concoct an answer for your 10 year old son, asking in agonizing pathos; “Mommy why do my foster parents treat us so mean?” When our whole family was rendered into financial ruin in a vane attempt to get our boys home as we lost our home, jobs, car, everything we worked hard for, for over 16 years—just gone—forcing the necessity to sleep night after night in the uncomfortable corners of your automobile because you have been bankrupt by your county. When you are humiliated day in and day out by the false, unjust labeling of a convicted felon. When no one in the courtroom addresses me with the respected title of “Mrs.”; when you are harassed by day; and haunted by night with ruminating thoughts about your entire family’s annihilation. Living constantly at a tip-toe stance, never quite knowing what to expect next, and plagued with inner fears and outer resentments; when you are forever fighting a degenerating sense of “nobodyness”; then you will understand why we find it difficult to wait patiently for the justice that must be brought to families with special needs children.

There comes a time when the cup of endurance runs over, and we as parents are no longer willing to be plunged into an abyss of injustice, where we experience the bleakness of corroding despair. I hope my dear readers can understand our legitimate, and unavoidable impatience. Riverside County workers express a great deal of anxiety over our willingness to break laws. This is certainly a legitimate concern if we were in fact the horrible monster parents CPS has diligently made us out to be in all the court documents and reports. Due to the new challenges and difficulties of working with children whose biochemistry is not “normal”, it is impossible to place the traditional “normal” expectations on the behavior of the parents, as well as the child. Since autistic children are unique, there are no established guidelines with which to judge “normal”, and CPS workers are left with no foundation with which to judge parents, resulting in their inability to see what is best for the family. They end up taking the truth, chewing it up, misconstruing all of it, and spitting it out in a vicious, and accusatory way. Our family is in no way the picture they have painted, nor that they have painted of others throughout the country. We have a violent and autistic son. Other than that we are a very caring, and loving family. We have a lot of good memories to keep our minds and hearts in some degree of peace.

The fact is there are two types of laws; there are just, and there are unjust laws. I would agree with Saint Augustine that “An unjust law is no law at all”. A just law is a man-made code that is in harmony with the moral law. To put it into the terms of Saint Thomas Aquinas, an unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal and natural law. Any law that uplifts human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust. The system set up by social services before the autism epidemic was not designed to work with “non-normal” families. By not recognizing and changing to cope with out-of-control children, the CPS system now tears entire innocent families apart; the charges distort the soul, and damage the personalities of the young children who are involved. It gives these vicious accusers a false sense of superiority, and the families a false sense of inferiority.

To use the words of Martin Buber, the great Jewish philosopher, legal abuse substitutes an “I-it” relationship for the “I-thou” relationship, and ends up relegating people to the status of “things”. To them people are dispensable. The abuse of power is not only politically, economically, and sociologically unsound; it is morally wrong and sinful. Paul Tillich has said that sin is separation. I think depriving families of their fundamental rights protected under the United States Constitution is an existential expression of our tragic separation.

Throughout our country all types of conniving methods are used to prevent family reunification for the sole purpose of monetary gain. CPS is bound to abide by their own welfare institution code that demands them to make every “reasonable effort” for family reunification. However, Justice was transferred from foster home to foster home. My now love-starved autistic son was institutionalized because two foster families could not physically handle his violent behavior. But, I was able to. It was a daily battle, so I just focused on his good moments. My motherly instincts are more important for my son’s best interest, not an institution that over medicates him, rather than works with him, like we as a family were doing on a consistent basis. This is Child Protective Services’ s idea of preventing child abuse, by obviously inflicting abuse on my child, and depriving him of his loving family. That is a text book example of causing my child to suffer from “parental alienation syndrome” at its worst.

We can never forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was “legal” and everything the Hungarian Freedom Fighters did in Hungary was “illegal”! It was “illegal” to aid and comfort a Jew in Hitler’s Germany. But, I am sure that if I had lived in Germany during that time I would have aided and comforted my Jewish brothers even though it was illegal. If I lived in a communist country today where certain principals dear to my personal faith are suppressed, I believe I would openly advocate disobeying these anti-religious laws.

Over the last few years I have been gravely disappointed with our law enforcement and judicial system. I have reached the regrettable conclusion that the citizen’s great stumbling block in the stride towards judicial freedom rests solely on the corrupt court officials who are more devoted to “order” than to justice. I had hoped that the judicial system would understand that law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice, and that when they fail to do this they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress, which forces parents to passively accept their unjust plight. We must press for a substance-filled positive peace, where all people will respect the dignity and worth of human personality. Those of us who engage in nonviolent, direct action are not the creators of tension. We merely bring to the surface the hidden tension that is already alive. We bring it out into the open where it can be seen and dealt with. Injustice must be exposed, with all of the tension its exposing creates, to the light of human conscience and the air of national opinion. Only then will this disease be cured.

There is a strange irrational notion that there is something in the very flow of time that will inevitably cure all the diseases in our government and judicial system. Actually, time is neutral. It can be used destructively or constructively. I am coming to feel that the people of ill will have used time much more effectively than the people of good will. We will have to repent in this generation not merely for vitriolic words and actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence of the good people. We must come to see that human progress never rolls in on wheels of inevitability. It comes through the tireless efforts, and persistent work of the people willing to be co-workers with God. Without this hard work, time itself becomes an ally of the forces of social stagnation. We must use time creatively, and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right. Now is the time to make real the promise of our founding fathers, and transform our national chaos into a creative psalm of justice. Now is the time to lift our national policies from the quicksand of judicial injustice to the solid rock of human dignity.

I started thinking about the fact that I stand in the middle of three opposing forces with Riverside County. One is a force of complacency, made up of heart-broken parents, and children whom, as a result of enduring years of oppression, have been so completely drained of self-respect, and a sense of “somebodyness” that they have adjusted to the corruption and injustice. Second is a select small group of workers, in the middle class who because of a degree of academic and economic security, and because they profit by removing adoptable children from their loving homes, have unconsciously become insensitive to the problems of the new growing minority of special needs families. The third force is one of bitterness and hatred that is becoming perilously close to advocating violence. This is expressed in various venues on the Internet, nourished by the contemporary frustration over the continued existence of CPS corruption and abuse. It is made up of parents and grandparents who have lost faith in America, who have absolutely repudiated the juvenile judicial system; and who have concluded that the system is an incurable “devil”.

I want to stand between these three forces and make a difference. We do not need to follow the “do-nothingness” of the complacent, or the hatred and despair suffered by the innocent families. There is a better way of handling it—with love and nonviolent protest. This philosophy will take shape and emerge victorious on the road to justice.

Oppressed people cannot remain suppressed forever. The urge for freedom will eventually come. Something within us drives each of us to assert our birthright of freedom; living without it sparks an urgent need to gain it back, consciously and unconsciously. I have been swept in by what the Germans call zeitgeist (spirit of time). I am moving with a sense of cosmic urgency toward the promise land of justice for all, recognizing this vital urge to right the wrongs at public demonstrations. All the heartbroken families have pent up resentments and latent frustrations. We have to get them out. So let us march sometimes; let us have prayer pilgrimages to the city hall; understand why we must have sit-ins and freedom rides. If these repressed emotions do not come out in various nonviolent ways, they will come out in ominous expressions of violence. This is not a threat; it is a fact of history.

On Calvary’s hill three men were crucified. We must not forget that all three men were crucified for the same crime, the crime of extremism. Two extremists for immorality, and thusly fell below their environment. The other Jesus Christ was an extremist for love, truth, and goodness, and thereby rose above his environment. I believe our nation and the world are in dire need of creative extremists.

There are not enough representatives within our power structure that can understand, nor appreciate the deep groans and passionate yearnings of those that have been maliciously abused by the system; and even fewer have the vision to see that injustice must be rooted out by strong, persistent, and determined action. Some have grasped the understanding of our undeniable social decay, and have committed themselves to changing it. They are still all too small in quantity, but they are big in quality. They have recognized the urgency of the moment, and sense the need for powerful antidotes that will combat the disease of governmental corruption.

In spite of my shattered dreams of the past, I have come to realize that writing this book is my purpose here in life. I must take a stand to put a stop to the judicial genocide causing innocent families to be torn apart, like my own family at the deceptive hands of our corrupt system. Having researched for eight years and uncovering all this data, my blood, sweat, and tears are within every page. My goal is to strengthen our society by sharing my story and knowledge to anyone who demands justice. The deconstruction of families and communities must come to an end. Our children are our future. The state and government should not infringe upon the sacred familial bonds that are protected under the fourteenth amendment of our U.S. constitution. Our constitutional rights are repeatedly violated by law enforcement officers and corrupt courtrooms; with total deprivation of our rights. Our founding fathers wrote the Constitution of the United States to protect the people from the government, not to protect the government from the people.

I wish I had all this information eight years ago when our journey into this nightmare began. This all could have been prevented. I hope, and pray this book will prevent the traumatic chaos we have endured, and help other families that have fallen victim to legal abuse, and legal kidnapping by the very people that are supposed to protect and preserve sacred familial bonds to obtain justice.

Let us all hope that the dark clouds of autism and CPS corruption will soon pass away, and the deep fog of misunderstanding will be lifted from our fear-drenched communities. Hopefully, in some not so distant future—justice will prevail.

“We must come to see with the distinguished jurist of yesterday; that justice too long delayed is justice denied.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Current Progress

  • This book will be well researched and referenced.
  • I have a graphic artist working on the cover.
  • I have an editor and publisher who have accepted this project.

Risks and challenges

The information that I will be divulging within the pages of my book will not be favored by the elected officials that value money more than human life.

Some of the content in my book is from the investigation that the late Senator Nancy Schaefer of the 50th district in Georgia presented to congress. Sadly a few days before she was planning on presenting the grizzly evidence of a corrupt CPS to the world court with the motion to scrap CPS completely, and have local law enforcement handle allegations of abuse, she and her husband were found shot in their home. I want to carry on what she started. I am more than willing to put myself out there. The needless suffering of children and their families must, and will come to an end. I will spend my last breath fighting for what is right.







The Measure J bond scam


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Who the heck do these jackasses think they are kicking the voters in the nuts FOR THE SECOND TIME coming back for a billion dollar 46 year third mortgage after the last go around with the X rated Measure X spending a couple hundred million dollars on sports fields, break dancing and basket weaving classes while TO THIS VERY DAY we have a measly 75 seats for a nursing program with a wait list ten miles long that ostensibly serves almost 2 million residents?

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The taxpayer

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If your boys were lucky enough not to have been brain damaged by the wireless in the womb, playing the pediatrician’s pin cushion  50 times over, or simply ripped to pieces from a planned parenthood visit, just look what lies in store for them just a few years down the road. Was Pletka’s school issued infertilityPad program, I mean iPad that turned into an addiction gone bad where this all began?



“My generation of boys is f**ked,” says Rupert, a young German video game enthusiast I’ve been getting to know over the past few months. “Marriage is dead. Divorce means you’re screwed for life. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to us for any serious relationship or raising a family. That’s just the way it is. Even if we take the risk, chances are the kids won’t be ours. In France, we even have to pay for the kids a wife has through adulterous affairs. 

“In school, boys are screwed over time and again. Schools are engineered for women. In the US, they force-feed boys Ritalin like Skittles to shut them up. And while girls are favoured to fulfil quotas, men are slipping into distant second place.

“Nobody in my generation believes they’re going to get a meaningful retirement. We have a third or a quarter of the wealth previous generations had, and everyone’s fleeing to higher education to stave off unemployment and poverty because there are no jobs.

“All that wouldn’t be so bad if we could at least dull the pain with girls. But we’re treated like paedophiles and potential rapists just for showing interest. My generation are the beautiful ones,” he sighs, referring to a 1960s experiment on mice that supposedly predicted a grim future for the human race.

After overpopulation ran out of control, the female mice in John Calhoun’s “mouse universe” experiment stopped breeding, and the male mice withdrew from the company of others entirely, eating, sleeping, feeding and grooming themselves but doing little else. They had shiny coats, but empty lives.

“The parallels are asWas tounding,” says Rupert.


Never before in history have relations between the sexes been so fraught with anxiety, animosity and misunderstanding. To radical feminists, who have been the driving force behind many tectonic societal shifts in recent decades, that’s a sign of success: they want to tear down the institutions and power structures that underpin society, never mind the fall-out. Nihilistic destruction is part of their road map.

But, for the rest of us, the sight of society breaking down, and ordinary men and women being driven into separate but equal misery, thanks to a small but highly organised group of agitators, is distressing. Particularly because, as increasing numbers of social observers are noticing, an entire generation of young people—mostly men—are being left behind in the wreckage of this social engineering project.

Social commentators, journalists, academics, scientists and young men themselves have all spotted the trend: among men of about 15 to 30 years old, ever-increasing numbers are checking out of society altogether, giving up on women, sex and relationships and retreating into pornography, sexual fetishes, chemical addictions, video games and, in some cases, boorish lad culture, all of which insulate them from a hostile, debilitating social environment created, some argue, by the modern feminist movement.

You can hardly blame them. Cruelly derided as man-children and crybabies for objecting to absurdly unfair conditions in college, bars, clubs and beyond, men are damned if they do and damned if they don’t: ridiculed as basement-dwellers for avoiding aggressive, demanding women with unrealistic expectations, or called rapists and misogynists merely for expressing sexual interest.

Jack Rivlin is editor-in-chief of student tabloid media start-up The Tab, a runaway success whose current strap-line reads: “We’ll stop writing it when you stop reading it.” As the guiding intelligence behind over 30 student newspapers, Rivlin is perhaps the best-placed person in the country to observe this trend in action. And he agrees that the current generation of young men find it particularly difficult to engage with women.

“Teenage boys always have been useless with girls, but there’s definitely a fear that now being well-intentioned isn’t enough, and you can get into trouble just for being clumsy,” he says. “For example, leaning in for a kiss might see you branded a creep, rather than just inept.”

The new rules men are expected to live by are never clearly explained, says Rivlin, leaving boys clueless and neurotic about interacting with girls. “That might sound like a good thing because it encourages men to take the unromantic but practical approach of asking women how they should behave, but it causes a lot of them to just opt out of the game and retreat to the sanctuary of their groups of lads, where being rude to women gets you approval, and you can pretty much entirely avoid one-on-one socialising with the opposite sex.”

“There are also a lot of blokes who ignore women because they are scared and don’t know how to act. It goes without saying that boys who never spend any time alone with women are not very good at relationships.”

Rivlin has noticed the increased dependence on substances, normally alcohol, that boys are using to calm their nerves. “I’ve heard a lot of male students boast about never having experienced sober sex,” he says. “They’re obviously scared, which is natural, but they would be a lot less scared and dysfunctional if they understood ‘the rules.'”

The result? “A lot of nice but awkward young men are opting out of approaching women because there is no opportunity for them to make mistakes without suffering worse embarrassment than ever.”

Most troublingly, this effect is felt more acutely among poorer and less well educated communities, where the package of support resources available to young men is slight. At my alma mater, the University of Cambridge, the phenomenon barely registers on the radar, according to Union society president Tim Squirrell.

“I don’t think I’ve really noticed a change recently,” he says. “This year has seen the introduction of mandatory consent workshops for freshers, which I believe is probably a good thing, and there’s been a big effort by the Women’s Campaign in particular to try and combat lad culture on campus.

The atmosphere here is the same as it was a year ago – mostly nerdy guys who are too afraid to approach anyone in the first place, and then a smaller percentage who are confident enough to make a move. Obviously women have agency too, and they approach men in about the same numbers as they do elsewhere. There certainly haven’t been any stories in [campus newspaper] The Tab about a sex drought on campus.”

“I think that people are probably having as much sex as ever,” he adds. At Cambridge, of course, that may not mean much, and for a variety of socioeconomic and class-based reasons the tribes at Oxford and Cambridge are somewhat insulated from the male drop-out effect.

But even at such a prestigious university with a largely middle- and upper-class population, those patronising, mandatory “consent” classes are still being implemented. Squirrell, who admits to being a feminist with left-of-centre politics, thinks they’re a good idea. But academics such as Camille Paglia have been warning for years that “rape drives” on campus put women at greater risk, if anything.

Women today are schooled in victimhood, taught to be aggressively vulnerable and convinced that the slightest of perceived infractions, approaches or clumsy misunderstandings represents “assault,” “abuse” or “harassment.” That may work in the safe confines of campus, where men can have their academic careers destroyed on the mere say-so of a female student.

But, according to Paglia, when that women goes out into the real world without the safety net of college rape committees, she is left totally unprepared for the sometimes violent reality of male sexuality. And the panics and fear-mongering are serving men even more poorly. All in all, education is becoming a miserable experience for boys.


In schools today across Britain and America, boys are relentlessly pathologised, asacademics were warning as long ago as 2001. Boyishness and boisterousness have come to be seen as “problematic,” with girls’ behaviour a gold standard against which these defective boys are measured. When they are found wanting, the solution is often drugs.

One in seven American boys will be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at some point in their school career. Millions will be prescribed a powerful mood stabiliser, such as Ritalin, for the crime of being born male. The side effects of these drugs can be hideous and include sudden death.

Meanwhile, boys are falling behind girls academically, perhaps because relentless and well-funded focus has been placed on girls’ achievement in the past few decades and little to none on the boys who are now achieving lower grades, fewer honors, fewer degrees and less marketable information economy skills. Boys’ literacy, in particular, is in crisis throughout the West. We’ve been obsessing so much over girls, we haven’t noticed that boys have slipped into serious academic trouble.

So what happened to those boys who, in 2001, were falling behind girls at school, were less likely to go to college, were being given drugs they did not need and whose self-esteem and confidence issues haven’t just been ignored, but have been actively ridiculed by the feminist Establishment that has such a stranglehold on teaching unions and Left-leaning political parties?

In short: they grew up, dysfunctional, under-served by society, deeply miserable and, in many cases, entirely unable to relate to the opposite sex. It is the boys who were being betrayed by the education system and by culture at large in such vast numbers between 1990 and 2010 who represent the first generation of what I call the sexodus, a large-scale exit from mainstream society by males who have decided they simply can’t face, or be bothered with, forming healthy relationships and participating fully in their local communities, national democracies and other real-world social structures.

A second sexodus generation is gestating today, potentially with even greater damage being done to them by the onset of absurd, unworkable, prudish and downright misandrist laws such as California’s “Yes Means Yes” legislation—and by third-wave feminism, which dominates newspapers like the Guardian and new media companies like Vox and Gawker, but which is currently enjoying a hysterical last gasp before women themselves reject it by an even greater margin than the present 4 out of 5 women who say they want nothing to do with the dreaded f-word.


The sexodus didn’t arrive out of nowhere, and the same pressures that have forced so many millennials out of society exert pressure on their parent’s generation, too. One professional researcher in his late thirties, about whom I have been conversing on this topic for some months, puts it spicily: “For the past, at least, 25 years, I’ve been told to do more and more to keep a woman. But nobody’s told me what they’re doing to keep me.

“I can tell you as a heterosexual married male in management, who didn’t drop out of society, the message from the chicks is: ‘It’s not just preferable that you should fuck off, but imperative. You must pay for everything and make everything work; but you yourself and your preferences and needs can fuck off and die.'”

Women have been sending men mixed messages for the last few decades, leaving boys utterly confused about what they are supposed to represent to women, which perhaps explains the strong language some of them use when describing their situation. As the role of breadwinner has been taken away from them by women who earn more and do better in school, men are left to intuit what to do, trying to find a virtuous mean between what women say they want and what they actually pursue, which can be very different things.

Men say the gap between what women say and what they do has never been wider. Men are constantly told they should be delicate, sensitive fellow travellers on the feminist path. But the same women who say they want a nice, unthreatening boyfriend go home and swoon over simple-minded, giant-chested, testosterone-saturated hunks in Game of Thrones. Men know this, and, for some, this giant inconsistency makes the whole game look too much like hard work. Why bother trying to work out what a woman wants, when you can play sports, masturbate or just play video games from the comfort of your bedroom?

Jack Donovan, a writer based in Portland who has written several books on men and masculinity, each of which has become a cult hit, says the phenomenon is already endemic among the adult population. “I do see a lot of young men who would otherwise be dating and marrying giving up on women,” he explains, “Or giving up on the idea of having a wife and family. This includes both the kind of men who would traditionally be a little awkward with women, and the kind of men who aren’t awkward with women at all.

“They’ve done a cost-benefit analysis and realised it is a bad deal. They know that if they invest in a marriage and children, a woman can take all of that away from them on a whim. So they use apps like Tinder and OK Cupid to find women to have protected sex with and resign themselves to being ‘players,’ or when they get tired of that, ‘boyfriends.'”

He goes on: “Almost all young men have attended mandatory sexual harassment and anti-rape seminars, and they know that they can be fired, expelled or arrested based more or less on the word of any woman. They know they are basically guilty until proven innocent in most situations.”

Donovan lays much of the blame for the way men feel at the door of the modern feminist movement and what he sees as its disingenuousness. “The young men who are struggling the most are conflicted because they are operating under the assumption that feminists are arguing in good faith,” he says, “When in fact they are engaged in a zero-sum struggle for sexual, social, political and economic status—and they’re winning.

“The media now allows radical feminists to frame all debates, in part because sensationalism attracts more clicks than any sort of fair or balanced discourse. Women can basically say anything about men, no matter how denigrating, to a mix of cheers and jeers.”

That has certainly been the experience of several loose coalitions of men in the media recently, whether scientists outraged by feminist denunciations of Dr Matt Taylor, or video gamers campaigning under the banner of press ethics who saw their movement smeared as a misogynistic hate group by mendacious, warring feminists and so-called “social justice warriors”.

Donovan has views on why it has been so easy for feminists to triumph in media battles. “Because men instinctively want to protect women and play the hero, if a man writes even a tentative criticism of women or feminism, he’s denounced by men and women alike as some kind of extremist scoundrel. The majority of “men’s studies” and “men’s rights” books and blogs that aren’t explicitly pro-feminist are littered with apologies to women.

“Books like The Myth of Male Power and sites like A Voice for Men are favourite boogeymen of feminists, but only because they call out feminists’ one-sided hypocrisy when it comes to pursing ‘equality.'”

Unlike modern feminists, who are driving a wedge between the sexes, Men’s Rights Activists “actually seem to want sexual equality,” he says. But men’s studies authors and male academics are constantly tip-toeing around and making sure they don’t appear too radical. Their feminine counterparts have no such forbearance, of course, with what he calls “hipster feminists,” such as the Guardian‘s Jessica Valenti parading around in t-shirts that read: “I BATHE IN MALE TEARS.”

“I’m a critic of feminism,” says Donovan. “But I would never walk around wearing a shirt that says, “I MAKE WOMEN CRY.” I’d just look like a jerk and a bully.”

It’s the contention of academics, sociologists and writers like Jack Donovan that an atmosphere of relentless, jeering hostility to men from entitled middle-class media figures, plus a few confused male collaborators in the feminist project, has been at least partly responsible for a generation of boys who simply don’t want to know.

In Part 2, we’ll meet some of the men who have “checked out,” given up on sex and relationships and sunk into solitary pursuits or alcohol-fuelled lad culture. And we’ll discover that the real victims of modern feminism are, of course, women themselves, who have been left lonelier and less satisfied than they have ever been.

Some names have been changed.


Sharon Kennedy and her purple pill pals

So what happens when you take perfectly good, healthy, practical, well researched, and critical information pertaining to school children’s health safety and run it through her yellowing rag’s disfunctional digestive track of reporters? For years her Observer has been twisting and turning peoples’ comments and accounts of events so they fit into the local establishment agendas. Now it is time to shine the light into the darkness and get some magnesium into the distended bowel of the Observer.


The obscure Sharon Kennedy- publisher of the Fullerton Observer

You know the saying garbage in, garbage out right? Well it just so happens that the opposite is true when it comes to the intentional spin, omission, libel and flat out lies Sharon Kennedy keeps churning out week after week in our hometown. Rumor has it that the circulation is way down and the readership is in the crapper. With the fluff and the yarns she spins, Read the rest of this entry »


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