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    Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    Just an idea.

    Something in my mind snapped when I was reading about "marital rape" and "rape by fraud."

    The idea being is that men do not have any legal right to expect sex, and they will be declared criminals if they pursue it from someone who decides they don't want to (even after the fact).

    What snapped is that women ALWAYS rely on the labor of men, and use the implied promise of sex to get it.

    What if married men who's wives weren't sleeping with them, cheating on them, and still expecting them to do all of the heavy lifting started making criminal complaints of involuntary servitude through fraud?'

    It might not go anywhere at first, but if police started getting a large number of complaints, they'd almost have to act, if nothing else, to serve the bureaucracy.
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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    What if married men who's wives weren't sleeping with them, cheating on them, and still expecting them to do all of the heavy lifting started making criminal complaints of involuntary servitude through fraud?'
    Well you have a logical, rational question there.

    So you already know it stands no chance in todays fucked up system.

    Chalk this one up to a man can dream can't he?
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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    One observation I've made, is back when these SJWs got started with their lunacy, no one thought their ideas would ever be taken seriously. Now look where we are.

    My thinking is that if we're going to turn the tide (or have an effect when the tide turns), we have to start pushing our memes as tirelessly and relentlessly as the other side pushed theirs.

    As you say, a guy can dream...
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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    Quote Originally Posted by William Noy View Post
    One observation I've made, is back when these SJWs got started with their lunacy, no one thought their ideas would ever be taken seriously. Now look where we are.

    My thinking is that if we're going to turn the tide (or have an effect when the tide turns), we have to start pushing our memes as tirelessly and relentlessly as the other side pushed theirs.

    As you say, a guy can dream...

    We have to do something. The alternatives are: defeatism ("It's hopeless!!!!", "It's too hard"), or just complaining when rulings like in CA (requiring verbal permission for sex), when in actuality, men didn't organize or do anything towards the bill. Of course, we were going to lose. How can you win when you sit around and carp that nothing works or that "we tried" when we did nothing of the sort.

    If you want to take initiative on Action, let me know. I will gladly support efforts to the education and infowars necessary. Memes can be insanely viral - a good place to start. Everything in this world takes work. Presupposing whether it will work or not is a fool's errand; some of the best companies were postulated on a napkin and no one, not even the founders thought for sure it would take off. The thrill in all this is the journey, is being the insurgent against pervasive stupidity.

    Some of you may be wondering -- who is this Jagrmeister guy? Have a look at some of my posts from MGTOW Forums--> Jagr Archive (collection of my articles)



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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    Quote Originally Posted by William Noy View Post
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    What if married men who's wives weren't sleeping with them, cheating on them, and still expecting them to do all of the heavy lifting started making criminal complaints of involuntary servitude through fraud?'

    It might not go anywhere at first, but if police started getting a large number of complaints, they'd almost have to act, if nothing else, to serve the bureaucracy.
    Hi Bill,

    Lay people cannot file criminal complaints. Only law enforcement agencies, such as police, can file criminal complaint. All the men you are referring to, and who are not in law enforcement, can do is report it to the police. Since either no fraud law was broken, or, if any was, it would be very hard to prove, law enforcement will most likely do nothing or, if they do, file an informational report. In either case, nothing would come out of it.

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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    major reason i dont bother with women....... Fraud is a form of deception... so..
    "Deception is a FreeBirth trait..." -- Clanner saying, BATTLETECH


    Quote Originally Posted by William Noy View Post
    Just an idea.

    Something in my mind snapped when I was reading about "marital rape" and "rape by fraud."

    The idea being is that men do not have any legal right to expect sex, and they will be declared criminals if they pursue it from someone who decides they don't want to (even after the fact).

    What snapped is that women ALWAYS rely on the labor of men, and use the implied promise of sex to get it.

    What if married men who's wives weren't sleeping with them, cheating on them, and still expecting them to do all of the heavy lifting started making criminal complaints of involuntary servitude through fraud?'

    It might not go anywhere at first, but if police started getting a large number of complaints, they'd almost have to act, if nothing else, to serve the bureaucracy.
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    Re: Involuntary Servidude by Fraud

    "Just an idea.

    Something in my mind snapped when I was reading about "marital rape" and "rape by fraud."

    The idea being is that men do not have any legal right to expect sex, and they will be declared criminals if they pursue it from someone who decides they don't want to (even after the fact).

    What snapped is that women ALWAYS rely on the labor of men, and use the implied promise of sex to get it.

    What if married men who's wives weren't sleeping with them, cheating on them, and still expecting them to do all of the heavy lifting started making criminal complaints of involuntary servitude through fraud?'

    It might not go anywhere at first, but if police started getting a large number of complaints, they'd almost have to act, if nothing else, to serve the bureaucracy"




    When enough men realize that they have been a victim of fraud, and file lawsuits demanding jury trials.........................they still wont win. But we will cause them a bunch of money in fight.

    Flank em.




    I seriously would like to see males file lawsuits on the STANDING of fraud. We have legal protection against every other kind of fraud out there. Apply it to the claim and we force the courts to acknowledge the hypocrisy. Brushfires.
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