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    Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    First, to be 100 percent clear: NEVER murder anyone for any reason. I'm just speculating if our atrocious divorce laws might be increasing the rate of murder. Some dude is married to an obnoxious shrew of a cheating wife, but he knows if he divorces her, she'll destroy him financially and emotionally. So he decides the solution is to either murder her himself or hire someone to do it.

    Again, please DO NOT do that. I'm only wondering if are shitty divorce laws are encouraging some people to do something that crooked and desperate.

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Divorce and suicide risk | Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health (bmj.com)

    There's a well establish link between divorce and suicide in men. I don't see any reason why divorce wouldn't cause an increase in other issues like murder, substance abuse etc
    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Shitty divorce laws aren't to blame anymore, it's shitty men making shitty decisions to get married. I don't blame these women one bit...fuck these morons that insist on dangling their lives over a thousand ft drop with nothing but a thread to hold it. Despite all the glaring full-blast-in-your-face evidence and stats, stats that has existed for over a decade, these men are still getting married. We talk as if these men are brothers in arms...they're not. Fuck 'em.

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Makes me wonder how many reported shark attacks were actually a body thrown overboard?

    I can easily see a woman pushing all the right buttons at the exact right time and finding herself as seafood.
    Corruption, like low tide, lowers all boats and smashes their hulls on the rocks.

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Avoid needless murder has one of many reasons why I become mgtow.

    When Amber told John Deep that nobody all over the world would believe him, then I knew that I would kill her if I was in his shoes.

    Here in Brazil there is a famous case of ex soccer player Bruno (also know as "goleiro Bruno") that kills a ex-girlfriend that was pregnant of him. Of course, since he had a lot of money she didn´t made abortion I don´t know her but I bet that she try to control him.

    People forget that the same country who protect thieves, scammers also protect murder and assassins.
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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    That would seem to be the direction we're heading. Pressure is building. At a certain point, belief in "the system" corrodes to the point of no return. You do everything you're supposed to, that's expected of you, and you still end up grabbing your ankles. Some find the strength to persevere. Some do not.

    https://www.ibtimes.com/american-fat...-courts-291497

    Pressure is a funny thing. Intensity, length, application...you just don't know how people are going to react to being pushed. We read about those going to jail for back support, occasionally a story about one that self-terminates. Two years ago, there was a unique news story, about a gentleman who decided to if he's going down, he's taking the enemy with him:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...s-himself.html

    This was just one guy, knowing he's terminal, pushed too far. While some might have thought about doing this, there is now a searchable example of someone actually going through with it. The other side of the coin has been revealed. How long before we read about a similar action again?

    A sleeping giant is waking up. Slowly, foggily, cynically, still stirring. I don't believe anyone will be happy, before that giant goes back to sleep.
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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    My divorce screwed me over so badly, that im literally scarred for life. Push me too much and some bad shit is going to happen. I now have zero feelings for anyone. I simply dont care about eff all anymore.
    Looks very likely that the world is heading for a major shtf situation. Wish it would hurry up, ive got me some fun to have.......

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lordoftheflies View Post
    My divorce screwed me over so badly, that im literally scarred for life. Push me too much and some bad shit is going to happen. I now have zero feelings for anyone. I simply dont care about eff all anymore.
    Looks very likely that the world is heading for a major shtf situation. Wish it would hurry up, ive got me some fun to have.......
    I can feel your pain Lord, I'm going through it as well and see how the world is crashing as well. You can be a loser and lose, or keep on playing the game. Will it all be OK, maybe not. In the words of the great Jocko - "If you're still breathing, then hell you still got more fight in you. So get up, dust-off, re-load, re-calibrate at re-engage."


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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    I'm just speculating if our atrocious divorce laws might be increasing the rate of murder. Some dude is married to an obnoxious shrew of a cheating wife, but he knows if he divorces her, she'll destroy him financially and emotionally. So he decides the solution is to either murder her himself or hire someone to do it.
    I know what you are saying and I agree. But I also think divorce has saved many lives, men's lives.
    At one point in time, divorce was not an option or not a good option. A divorced female with kids was shunned or considered an outcast to the community. A widowed woman would fair out much better, it's not her fault her husband died... Many men would have met their fate without a clue who was the one behind it. I would think this is still an issue, 100% of assets is better than ~35% of assets from a divorce.

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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    I read a story written by a divorced man a long time ago. His ex was putting him through the ringer. Every time he'd get a job she'd get him fired. Then he'd go to jail for back support. He said he was doing life in prison on the installment plan.

    Wouldn't that be a motive for murder? Yes, I think crappy divorce laws DO cause more murders. Isn't it always about motive?
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    Re: Divorce laws increase the likelihood of murder?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joetech View Post
    I read a story written by a divorced man a long time ago. His ex was putting him through the ringer. Every time he'd get a job she'd get him fired. Then he'd go to jail for back support. He said he was doing life in prison on the installment plan.

    Wouldn't that be a motive for murder? Yes, I think crappy divorce laws DO cause more murders. Isn't it always about motive?
    A man with a perpetual life sentence on the instalment plan really has nothing to loose and freedom to gain, he could justify it under sacrificing the life trying to take his own through revenge driven malice and punching below the belt.

    Glad I'll never be tempted with something like that! MGTOW for the CURE!
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