The Family Law Passion
Lowell Jaks of the
ANCPR becomes a pilgrim with no place to go
Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 04-12-04
Mel Gibson attempted to recreate the events leading up to the death of Jesus Christ, in his movie "The Passion of the Christ". Gibson's movie has set box-office records and brings to life "The Stations of the Cross", that I was compelled to visit, as a form of penance, for being a young Catholic sinner who chose to receive 'Holy Communion' guilt free.
FoxNews is attempting to provide the back-story to "The Passion of the Christ", in the riveting, in-depth, and insightful segment "Who is Jesus". The FoxNews segment is available on videocassette for money, and is missing the much anticipated contribution by John Kasich, describing Jesus' movement as 'a bunch of guys getting together and drinking wine one night, mad because they were going to be crucified - I think it is just irresponsible'. Also excluded in the FoxNews special was the answer to the question that has eluded so many, namely "What year was Jesus born?"
Do we celebrate Jesus' birthday 7 days before 0001 AD? Is this what Jesus meant in the Gospel of Thomas, when he said "Congratulations to the one who came into being before coming into being", and "The person old in days won't hesitate to ask a little child seven days old about the place of life, and that person will live. For many of the first will be last, and will become a single one"? Burning questions all.
Family Law aficionados would probably recognize Jesus as the first out-of-wedlock birth on record, the first to defy paternity establishment, and the first un-abused child to be taken from his parents and put into Foster care.
Breadwinning parents who have been exposed to Family Law may feel inexplicably uncomfortable watching the crucifixion of Jesus, and may feel that they can somehow relate to the experience.
The splinters of Family Law injustice that were forced into your mind to justify taking your children (USC 42 666 a9A),
The backbone of your financial support that was slashed to the bone due to excessive wage garnishment (USC 42 666 a8A),
You were forced to carry an overwhelming financial burden until you collapsed (USC 42 666 a9C),
You were unable to feed yourself or transport yourself attached to this overwhelming financial burden (USC 42 666 a16),
You were left to languish attached to this overwhelming financial burden until you were bled dry (USC 42 666 a4),
You were stuck inside a jail cell in the name of your children (USC 42 666 a9A).
Fleeing persecution has never been more difficult, in this age of family destruction and genocide. Parents, who realize they are funding individuals and State agencies that are in the business of separating them from their own children, are choosing to take their children elsewhere. Parents attempting to cheat Family Law injustice, by fleeing the scene of the crime, guarantees a healthy child support arrearage for the State when they incarcerate the parent attempting to personally support their own children without permission.
The Associated Press confirms the arrest of Lowell Jaks of the ANCPR, who was found in the Dominican Republic on 02-27-04. Jaks is accused of stealing his son, Alec, who has since been returned to his Mother. Jaks has pleaded "not guilty" of child stealing and was incarcerated awaiting trial in Kern County, California on 03-29-04. Details of this case, dubbed "Alec's Big Adventure", have yet to be made public, and inquiring minds want to know more. Some believe that Jaks went to the Dominican Republic, to obtain a Voodoo doll from a Haitian refugee in the likeness of Robert Williams. Others believe Jaks was taking his son on a "Zoolander Odyssey" including bathing off the southern coast of Saint Bards with spider monkeys, ice sailing in Finland, free-climbing the Mayan Ruins, repelling down Mount Vesuvius, and base-jumping from the George Washington bridge.
The Asbury Park Press reports that John Kindt Jr. was arrested off the coast of North Carolina on 01-22-01, accused of kidnapping his two children, then ages 6 and 5. Kindt faces between 15 and 30 years in prison for first-degree kidnapping charges and awaits trial that starts in 06-01-04. Kindt is also charged with interference with custody, attempted interference with custody outside the United States, conspiracy, and contempt of court. Kindt's current spouse, Stacey, has already been found guilty of kidnapping and other charges on 04-03, and is serving a seven-year sentence while awaiting appeal in the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women. John Kindt has rejected an offer by prosecutors to plead guilty to second-degree interference with custody. He would have gotten eight years in prison, Stacey Kindt would be released immediately from prison, and Kindt's nephew, Aronson, (who was also on the boat) would receive probation.
The 911 Commission is currently investigating the level of involvement, regarding this country's failure to prevent unprovoked attacks on American families. Condoleezza Rice is being asked the old question - What did you know and when did you stop knowing it?
Meanwhile, Stephen Baskerville's latest expose entitled "Is There Really a Fatherhood Crisis?", published in the Independent Review, points out (in no uncertain terms, and from every possible angle) the ongoing attack on American families by many State governments that are being paid by the Federal Government to protect them. American families represent a National group of people that are being targeted for genocide (USC 18 1091) and represent the only Americans that will be around one generation from today. It may seem obvious that nobody will be around to play the 'blame game' if this clear a present danger is not recognized and stopped.
"I can't possibly overstate the importance of good research. Everyone goes through life dropping crumbs. If you can recognize the crumbs, you can trace the path all the way back from your death certificate to the dinner and movie that resulted in you in the first place. But research is an art, not a science, because anyone who knows what they are doing can find the crumbs - the where, the what, and the who. The art is in the why - the ability to read between the crumbs. (not to mix metaphors). For every event there is a cause and effect. For every crime there is a motive, and for every motive there is a passion. The art of research is the ability to look at the details and see the passion." (The movie "Zero Effect", Warner Bros.)
Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, email@example.com, www.gndzerosrv.com
Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.