Feral Children: Feminism’s Legacy of Rape, Murder, and Mayhem



In September 2002 an article was published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine (JRSM) by Doctor T.L. Chamber with the title ‘Feral Children’. He addressed the new phenomenon of youth and adolescents who had little to none of that “very thin veneer of civilization painting over what underneath is a savage” as described by George Bernard Shaw.

It has long been known that it is the fathers who impart that thin veneer that turns children into good citizens, not feral adults using and destroying more resources than they create. The statistics provided in the last two thirds of this article will clearly show this general rule to all but the most ideologically blindered.

Dr. Chamber’s first paragraph starts off well and on target:

“Feral is defined as running wild—untamed, animal. A senior politician has used the word of certain young people, reflecting a widespread concern that increasing numbers of adolescents and children are out of control. ‘Feral behaviour’ is frequently unlawful, and sitting as a magistrate I deal with it regularly in the youth courts. This behaviour is challenging, disruptive and frequently violent, and those who bear the brunt include not only authority-figures such as parents, teachers, social workers, health professionals and police but also other children. In the language of rights they are indulging in full-blown autonomy and exercising self-expression with scant restraint or respect for others. The results of such reckless behaviour—injuries and intoxications—are a common sight on hospital wards. Working in paediatrics I also see a need for a public-health approach that includes prevention.”

Dr. Chamber then dances around every possibility except stating that vast majority of these ‘feral children’ and young adults are children who have been raised in single Mother homes, not two bio-parent marital homes, but homes where the mother has opted out of allowing the father to be one of two immediate caring and nurturing parents. Anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists, and other researchers of family structure, role and importance in the family unit have long agreed that the father is the primary parent for socializing the children of the marital home and preparing them with discipline and insight that allows them to enter society as productive members. Yet, Chambers avoids this for whatever reason. He may have avoided raising that topic because at that time, 2002, any indirect mention of the destruction of children and family could mean an end to his career as the feminists would rage and label anyone with the temerity to question the policy of government subsidy of women or who would question the omnipotent value of mothers and the uselessness of fathers.

Dr. Chamber most certainly was aware of the single greatest commonality and proven cause of this new class of ‘Feral Human’ youth. And by the time you finish this article you will have more than enough data to come to terms with what you can factually support as the cause and effect of this new condition of “Feral Children” from single mother homes.

Law enforcement, mental health professionals, private corporate prisons, and of course our courts and politicians have all kept this dirty little secret from us. They know that our current idolizing of even the most sociopathic and predatory of women and the destruction of fathers and bio-parent marital relationships is creating work for themselves for generations to come.

If I sound like some wild-eyed conspiracy theorist then read on and decide for yourself.

But first why the common knowledge has been suppressed and how.

Dr. Christina Hoff Sommers has written eloquently about this feminist sabotage of truth, facts and the silencing of any opposing opinion. Feminists would rage at anyone providing funding for research that did not toe the feminist party line that can be summed up with the crude statement “Dirty Dick and Pure Golden Vagina”.

When threats to funding didn’t work death threats, bomb threats, and threats were made against the children of anyone who would speak out against or even question any aspect of the ideology of feminism. Erin Pizzey has been one such regular target for at least two decades. More recently Warren Ferrell in November 2012 was stopped from speaking at the University of Toronto by a mob of feminists calling him a rapist and women beater, etc.

While feminists work at stopping dialogue we see the Feral Children of the single mother homes promoted by feminist policy taking their toll in every single area of our society from skyrocketing national debt resulting from this massively failed feminist social experiment to the loss of productivity and suffocating debt and expense for the U.S. to imprison 25% of the world’s prisoners when we are only 5% of the population. Later in the statistics provided toward the end of this article you will see that the results of single mother, can single handedly account for at least 75% of this mass incarceration.

In all of the recent mass murders and killing rampages, you will find that nearly all of them were raised in single mother homes. In nearly all of the mass murders of the past 30 years, you will read in the newspapers how a happy well-adjusted child becomes withdrawn angry, filled with rage, and becomes violent after his mother leaves her husband or how the child never had a father. We can take this from Hitler and Mussolini to John Gacy and Adam Lanza. If you find a mass murderer who was not a single mother raised child, let me know.

The point of this is that feminism has killed and will continue to kill many more people than guns during the same period of time because not all of the feral child murders are with guns. They will use feet, hands, hammers, knives, baseball bats, hockey sticks and more. And, that is just the murder toll. You will read more about the massively increased suicide rates for children of divorce, even into adulthood and the increased chances of being murdered before they become adults and so much more.

To remove any doubt about the extreme harm of the feminist policy of encouraging and incentivizing single motherhood (welfare, child support, child custody awards, property awards and automatic arrest of men on the mere phone call by a woman with no evidence of violence), just ask one simple question of the people in your community who work regularly with these feral children and the feral adults who were raised by single mothers.

The question is: How many of the problem children or adults you serve come from a single mother home?

The people you should ask are:
1. Local Probation Officer
2. Teachers at special campuses for the violent students
3. Local Police Officer friends

Yet, as simple as that homegrown research is and as overwhelming as the responses will be (your answers after a short stunned silence at being asked will vary from 95% to 100% which is bewilderingly greater than what the official statistics show). If the facts are so evident why would these facts not be openly discussed? Could it be the silencing of any opposition or facts that are counter to feminist policy? Is it so important that men and children die and be destroyed so that women do not have to be accountable for the harm they do through their faithlessness?

In the meantime, how many beautiful little children are raised up and trained to be feral humans entitled to anything and everything with no accountability or responsibility who will become our future drug addicts, prostitutes, murderers, murdered, or psychotic because mommy wanted some extra little feel good and the feminist elites wanted more of our tax dollar?

So you think I am being a little rabid? Well read on, especially read on through the well-researched and reviewed third party provided statistics.

If you do not understand the concept of feral children as youth and adults in our society, just walk down the deserted streets of Detroit after dark and tell me you don’t feel like a fawn in a jungle full of lions. If you do not know what I am talking about, then watch this video by Steven Crowder, Detroit In Ruins .

As you watch the video remember, the major give aways in Detroit were to welfare mother and at one time Detroit had the largest number of teen, out of wedlock births in any city with some of the richest welfare payments in the country. Welfare is the keystone of every liberal policy.

Statistics on the harm to children by such policies as welfare only to single mothers and not intact biological marital homes and of No Fault divorce rewarding women with custody and the lion’s share of assets from the feminist courts are not countered by anything comparable by the feminists. They can only scream, demean, insult, dismiss and threaten. Yet they set policy while the man deemed innocent by the wife and courts in a No Fault Divorce is punished severely with loss of access to his own children, his home, his assets, his future income and at times, even his livelihood or profession. But it is the children who are harmed the most. It is the children who are the concern of this article.

So, lets get started on that presentation of facts and their sources.

“Criminal moms, criminal kids: The children of single teenage mothers are more at risk for later criminal behavior. In the case of a teenage mother, the absence of a father also increases the risk of harshness from the mother.
Source: M. Mourash, L. Rucker, Crime and Delinquency 35. 1989.

Rearing rapists: Seventy-two percent of adolescent murderers grew up without fathers. Sixty percent of America’s rapists grew up the same way.
Source: D. Cornell (et al.), Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 5. 1987. And N. Davidson, “Life Without Father,” Policy Review. 1990.

Murderous Mommy: Two thirds of all children murdered are murdered by their mother Source: U.S. Dept of H&HS website ‘Child Abuse Statistics by Relationship’ March 2013

Crime and poverty: The proportion of single-parent households in a community predicts its rate of violent crime and burglary, but the community’s poverty level does not.
Source: D.A. Smith and G.R. Jarjoura, “Social Structure and Criminal Victimization,” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 25. 1988.

Marriage matters: Only 13 percent of juvenile delinquents come from families in which the biological mother and father are married to each other. By contrast, 33 percent have parents who are either divorced or separated and 44 percent have parents who were never married.
Source: Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Social Services, April 1994.

No good time off: Compared to boys from intact, two-parent families, teenage boys from disrupted families are not only more likely to be incarcerated for delinquent offenses, but also to manifest worse conduct while incarcerated.
Source: M Eileen Matlock et al., “Family Correlates of Social Skills…” Adolescence 29. 1994.

Count ‘em: Seventy percent of juveniles in state reform institutions grew up in single- or no-parent situations.
Source: Alan Beck et al., Survey of Youth in Custody, 1987, US Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1988.”

And then there are the statistics from other sources such as

Con garden: Forty-three percent of prison inmates grew up in a single-parent household — 39 percent with their mothers, 4 percent with their fathers — and an additional 14 percent lived in households without either biological parent. Another 14 percent had spent at last part of their childhood in a foster home, agency or other juvenile institution.
Source: US Bureau of Justice Statistics, Survey of State Prison Inmates. 1991

Rearing rapists: Seventy-two percent of adolescent murderers grew up without fathers. Sixty percent of America’s rapists grew up the same way.
Source: D. Cornell (et al.), Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 5. 1987. And N. Davidson, “Life Without Father,” Policy Review. 1990.

Crime and poverty: The proportion of single-parent households in a community predicts its rate of violent crime and burglary, but the community’s poverty level does not.
Source: D.A. Smith and G.R. Jarjoura, “Social Structure and Criminal Victimization, ” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 25. 1988.

The ‘hood: The likelihood that a young male will engage in criminal activity doubles if he is raised without a father and triples if he lives in a neighborhood with a high concentration of single-parent families.
Source: A. Anne Hill, June O’Neill, “Underclass Behaviors in the United States,” CUNY, Baruch College. 1993

Bringing the war back home :The odds that a boy born in America in 1974 will be murdered are higher than the odds that a serviceman in World War II would be killed in combat.
Source: US Sen. Phil Gramm, 1995

More Statistics
63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (Source: U.S. D.H.H.S., Bureau of the Census)
90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes
85% of all children that exhibit behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes (Source: Center for Disease Control)
80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger come from fatherless homes (Source: Criminal Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26, 1978.)
71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes (Source: National Principals Association Report on the State of High Schools.)
75% of all adolescent patients in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes (Source: Rainbows for all God`s Children.)
70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions come from fatherless homes (Source: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Special Report, Sept 1988)
85% of all youths sitting in prisons grew up in a fatherless home (Source: Fulton Co. Georgia jail populations, Texas Dept. of Corrections 1992)

Below is another powerful list of problems for children in and from single mother homes that is presented with Special thanks to the U.S. Government’s Fatherhood Initiative for making much of this data available in a concise summation.

The State of Fatherhood
37.9% of fathers have no access/visitation rights. (Source: p.6, col.II, para. 6, lines 4 & 5, Census Bureau P-60, #173, Sept 1991.)

“40% of mothers reported that they had interfered with the non-custodial father’s visitation on at least one occasion, to punish the ex-spouse.” (Source: p. 449, col. II, lines 3-6, (citing Fulton) Frequency of visitation by Divorced Fathers; Differences in Reports by Fathers and Mothers. Sanford Braver et al, Am. J. of Orthopsychiatry, 1991.)

“Overall, approximately 50% of mothers “see no value in the father`s continued contact with his children…. ” (Source: Surviving the Breakup, Joan Kelly & Judith Wallerstein, p. 125)

“Only 11% of mothers value their husband’s input when it comes to handling problems with their kids. Teachers & doctors rated 45%, and close friends & relatives rated 16%. (Source: EDK Associates survey of 500 women for Redbook Magazine. Redbook, November 1994, p. 36)

The former spouse (mother) was the greatest obstacle to having more frequent contact with the children.” (Source: Increasing our understanding of fathers who have infrequent contact with their children, James Dudley, Family Relations, Vol. 4, p. 281, July 1991.)

“A clear majority (70%) of fathers felt that they had too little time with their children.” (Source: Visitation and the Noncustodial Father, Mary Ann Kock & Carol Lowery, Journal of Divorce, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 54, Winter 1984.)

“Very few of the children were satisfied with the amount of contact with their fathers, after divorce.” (Source: Visitation and the Noncustodial Father, Koch & Lowery, Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 50, Winter 1984.)

“Feelings of anger towards their former spouses hindered effective involvement on the part of fathers; angry mothers would sometimes sabotage father’s efforts to visit their children.” (Source: Ahrons and Miller, Am. Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Vol. 63. p. 442, July `93.)

“Mothers may prevent visits to retaliate against fathers for problems in their marital or post-marital relationship. ” (Source: Seltzer, Shaeffer & Charing, Journal of Marriage & the Family, Vol. 51, p. 1015, November 1989.)

In a study: “Visitational Interference – A National Study” by Ms. J Annette Vanini, M.S.W. and Edward Nichols, M.S.W., it was found that 77% of non-custodial fathers are NOT able to “visit” their children, as ordered by the court, as a result of “visitation interference” perpetuated by the custodial parent. In other words, non-compliance with court ordered visitation is three times the problem of non-compliance with court ordered child support and impacts the children of divorce even more. (Originally published Sept. 1992)

Child Support
Information from multiple sources show that only 10% of all noncustodial fathers fit the “deadbeat dad” category: 90% of
the fathers with joint custody paid the support due. Fathers with visitation rights pay 79.1%; and 44.5% of those with NO visitation rights still financially support their children. (Source: Census Bureau report. Series P-23, No. 173).

Additionally, of those not paying support, 66% are not doing so because they lack the financial resources to pay (Source: GAO report: GAO/HRD-92-39 FS).

52% of fathers who owe child support earn less than $6,155 per year. (Source: The Poverty Studies Institute at the University of Wisconsin, Madison,1993)

66% of single mothers work less than full time while only 10% of fathers fall into this category. In addition, almost 47% of non-custodial mothers default on support compared with the 27% of fathers who default. (Source: Garansky and Meyer, DHHS Technical Analysis Paper No. 42, 1991).

66% of all support not paid by non-custodial fathers is due to inability to pay. (Source: U.S. General Accounting Office Report, GAO/HRD-92-39FS January 1992).

Total Custodial Mothers: 11,268,000
Total Custodial Fathers: 2,907,000 (Source: Current Population Reports, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Series P-20, No. 458, 1991).

U.S. Dept of Health and Human Resource:
Custodial mothers who receive a support award: 79.6%
Custodial fathers who receive a support award: 29.9%
Non-custodial mothers who totally default on support: 46.9%
Non-custodial fathers who totally default on support: 26.9%

False accusations of abuse:

160,000 reports of suspected child abuse were reported in 1963. That number exploded to 1.7 million in 1985.
There were more than three million reports of alleged child abuse and neglect in 1995. However, two million of those complaints were without foundation or false! (Source: National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) Child Maltreatment 1995: Reports From the States to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System)

And then in Larry Bilotta’s website Marriage Success Secrets he lists:

“8. Children of divorce are at a greater risk to experience injury, asthma, headaches and speech defects than children whose parents have remained married. (Dawson, “Family Structure and Children’s Health and Well Being” National Health Interview Survey on Child Health, Journal of Marriage and the Family)
9. Following divorce, children are fifty percent more likely to develop health problems than two parent families. (Angel, Worobey, “Single Motherhood and Children’s Health”)
10. Children living with both biological parents are 20 to 35 percent more physically healthy than children from broken homes. (Dawson, “Family Structure and Children’s Health and Well-being” Journal of Marriage and the Family)
11. Most victims of child molestation come from single-parent households or are the children of drug ring members. (Los Angeles Times 16 September 1985 The Garbage Generation)
12. A Child in a female-headed home is 10 times more likely to be beaten or murdered. (The Legal Beagle, July 1984, from “The Garbage Generation”)
The Long Term Effects of Divorce On Children
13. A study of children six years after a parental marriage breakup revealed that even after all that time, these children tended to be “lonely, unhappy, anxious and insecure. (Wallerstein “The Long-Term Effects of Divorce on Children” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 1991)
14. Seventy percent of long-term prison inmates grew up in broken homes. (Horn, Bush, “Fathers, Marriage and Welfare Reform)
Problems Relating to Peers
15. Children of divorce are four times more likely to report problems with peers and friends than children whose parents have kept their marriages intact. (Tysse, Burnett, “Moral Dilemmas of Early Adolescents of Divorced and Intact Families. Journal of Early Adolescence 1993)
16. Children of divorce, particularly boys, tend to be more aggressive toward others than those children whose parents did not divorce. (Emery, “Marriage, Divorce and Children’s Adjustment, 1988)
Suicide Children and Divorce Statistics
17. People who come from broken homes are almost twice as likely to attempt suicide than those who do not come from broken homes. (Velez-Cohen, “Suicidal Behavior and Ideation in a Community Sample of Children” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 1988)
High School Drop Out Statistics
18. Children of divorced parents are roughly two times more likely to drop out of high school than their peers who benefit from living with parents who did not divorce. (McLanahan, Sandefur, “Growing Up With a Single Parent: What Hurts, What Helps” Harvard University Press 1994)”

So, Do you still think the new phenomenon of Feral Children and Youth is a mystery or do you see the source and the solution?

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