IGAF Featured in Russian Documentary
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I happen to be lucky because I know a fair bit of German and Russian, and between the Russian narrator's voice and the German subtitles, I can mentally process the grist of what is being presented. I also resort to Google translator as needed. So, I learned quite a bit from watching these YouTube segments.
So I will say this: the documentary is good, balanced, even-handed journalism with no feminist angle whatsoever, and on the whole comes across as sympathetic to the pro-male side. The plight of Rudolf Oswald, a Swiss father brutally separated from his children in the scenario we know too well, is quite poignant. Rudolf has lived in his motorhome for twelve years, roaming around Switzerland from campground to campground and sometimes barely able to keep gas in the tank. He has tried legal means of redress -- including international appeals at the European Union level -- but all to no avail. He is now almost sixty years old, and in very poor health. Yes. . . his is a familiar story, repeated with infinite variations of detail in many countries. Such things are really happening and well. . . as you might guess, I blame feminism for this. The feminists either started it, or very clearly don't want it to stop. Or both. Either way, they're in it up to their earlobes. So, I figure we don't owe feminism any favors, or any respect whatsoever. Which, naturally, goes without saying!
As for that slimy, patronizing, big-haired "pastor" in the swank part of Zurich, well. . I wish there was some way I could reach him by reaching through the computer screen. . if you catch my drift!
I hope the documentary will be worth your while despite the language barrier. If nothing else, it is interesting to know that such media exposure is taking place -- and intriguing to know that it is taking place in Russia, of all places!