The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Friday, May 19, 2006


An ongoing protest demonstration has been initiated by divorced and separated Canadian MEN as an expression of their anger over the raging misandry in family courts that takes away our children and turns MEN into indented servants (slaves) of women. The MEN of Canada have declared every Friday as BLACK FRIDAY as a protest against the destructive anti-men bias in the courts. Men's groups worldwide are joining in the protest because all MEN face the same bigoted hate in our own nations.

Today is Friday, Black Friday. Bob is wearing black in silent protest. Today, and every Friday, MEN should wear black until our governments start recognizing us as equal citizens, not some oxen who pull the plows of industry.
“Men in Black” protest continues to grow. Supreme Court decision fuels anger.
Divorced and Separated Canadian Men, Non-Custodial Fathers and Mothers and Grandparents continue and expand Black Friday protest in the face of more Canadian Supreme Court Bias.
Divorced and separated Men and Fathers as well as non-custodial Mothers across Canada have declared every Friday a Black Friday as part of their silent protest against the destructive anti-male, anti-father anti-family bias and discrimination that exists in the family court system. They have been joined by various other equal parenting and family rights groups in the protest. World-wide interest in the Canadian Black Friday protest has seen groups in several other countries, notably Germany, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States, adopting the idea and effectively joining Canada in the Black Friday protest. Black Lapel Ribbons are soon to be introduced for wearing every day of the week besides the All Black Friday protest
So it is that for the second Friday 29th April 2006, divorced and separated fathers, non custodial mothers, and various grand-parenting and other supporting groups across Canada will be wearing black clothing as a mark of respect and mourning for the loss of their children, property and rights as a result of biased, discriminatory and unfair treatment under Canadian Family Law.
The expansion of the protest is especially poignant in light of the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision not to continue to prosecute a Canadian woman for shooting and killing her allegedly ‘abusive’ husband in an apparent ‘sleep-walk murder’. Fathers Rights Activists indicate this is further proof of the bias against Men and Fathers and that in similar circumstances a man would not have been shown the same consideration or leniency.
“The law is not equal nor is it blind and the persecution and bias against Canadian men continues unabated. As we have recently announced Black Friday symbolizes our protest at the loss of our Canadian children, the removal of the right to parent of over 1.5 million Canadian Fathers and the death of family life in Canada. The Black symbols illustrate the evil in the system and the darkness that pervades and destroys our lives, steals our dignity and status, and turns honest law-abiding and productive citizens into criminals in the eyes of unjust law. We continue to struggle for our most basic charter rights under constitutional law on top of suffering continuous blatant discrimination and police and court supported arrest and jail for rampant and unchecked false allegations and jail for non-compliance of biased child and spousal support decisions. And now it seems Canadian men can be killed in their sleep without fear of retribution or intervention. There is one law for Men and another for Women” said Jeremy Swanson an independent Fathers Rights Activist based in Ottawa
For further information on the Black Friday initiative, the War on Canadian Fathers, the assault on the Canadian Family and the bias and discrimination of the Canadian Family Court system, contact Jeremy Swanson at (613) 237-1320 ext 2438.


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