15 January 2006
American women are beginning to worry that men are rejecting them in greater numbers it seems, hence tagged on to the VAWA is the “INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE BROKER REGULATION ACT” to make it harder for men to seek women that haven’t been spoiled by feminism.
(PRWEB) July 4, 2004 — To gain bipartisan support for the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, we endorse the strategies of (1) using “womens’ protection” as the main theme of the law; and (2) claiming that American-based marriage brokers are part of global human trafficking rings, however unfounded.
We also support provisions of the Act that will require brokers to conduct large quantities of consent verifications and background checks before American men can write love letters or make any contact with foreign women. These provisions will make it very difficult for American-based marriage brokers to organize those disgusting overseas introduction “parties” where women outnumber men 100 to 1. These provisions will also drive up costs to the point of putting most brokers out of business. In addition, this law effectively places “warning labels” on American men thus decreasing demand for them among foreign women over time.
Although this law is long overdue (and hopefully not too late), we welcome the Marriage Broker Regulation Act of 2003 as a means to regulating the often arrogant and brazen international marriage broker industry. This industry has gone from the fringe to the mainstream. The American male population is now overly exposed to the message that it is acceptable to desire and actually marry women “unspoiled” by American materialism and most troubling, “uninfected” by American feminism. This message may impede the progress of feminism here at home and give American men the idea that it is acceptable to not respect feminist principles that took so long to instill upon them.
The marriage broker websites promulgate the “message” that American men are highly desirable outside the U.S. and can have access to women not intent on upholding over 30 years of hard won womens’ rights (Translation: “access to women who aren’t vile hate-filled bitches who have usually fucked a dozen men before reaching the age of 20.). These sites also offensively elaborate on the reasons for rejecting American women as part of a campaign to promote the desirablity of foreign women. We find this to be most appalling.
Certainly, the existence of this industry is indicative of the sad state of romantic relationships between men and women in North America; however, it by no means should be allowed to continue unregulated. Sites such as www.americanwomensuck.com and www.nomarriage.com are problematic enough.
It won’t be long before women here in the UK and perhaps Canada, Australia and New Zealand start trying to pull this crap off. It quite simply doesn’t occur to Western Women that, if they want us to start marrying them again, they could just start acting a bit more pleasant and campaign to remove anti-male bias in the divorce courts. Instead their only reaction is to try and force us by law to have to marry them. They actually are beginning to realise why Western Men don’t want Western Women – because they’re spoilt, materialistic and dripping with hateful feminist ideology – but they can’t abide the idea of, perhaps, changing and being less materialistic and spiteful. They can fuck right off though. If American guys are hampered in their efforts to contact foreign women over the internet they can just hop on a plane and fly out there. Or just stay bachelors. There’s no way they’re going to think “Oh well, I guess I’ll have to marry one of these feminist skanks.”
Note the talk of “human trafficking” too, which brings to mind thoughts of foreign women bound and shackled as they are smuggled into countries, rather than them coming willingly and happily to marry a grateful western man.
It’s nice to see the marriage strike begin to hurt them though. Panic is definitely in the air if Western Women are forced to get Daddy Government to try and stop men from having other options!
posted by Duncan Idaho @ 1:11 PM