As of Autumn 2007, more and more Americans are becoming aware of how the US Congress was tricked by feminists into voting for the outrageously unconstitutional IMBRA law (international dating site regulation act) at 5PM before Christmas vacation in 2005. TheÃ‚Â law forces American men to be background checked just to say hello to women on dating sites where less than 50% of the women are American (such sites are defined as “marriage brokers” to make them seem seedy). Few Congresspeople remember voting for it.Ã‚Â The media, especially Fox News for some reason, refuses to recognize the law’s existence. Only the bribe-taking Democrat Congressman Jim Moran, who beat his own wife in 1999, crows about the law.
It turns out that, although 9 out of 10 people who hear about IMBRA feel it is blatantly unconstitutional, they still believe that its practical effect would only be to delay communication between adults by about 30 seconds, or the time it would take for a woman who is logged onto a dating website to click on a form, read it and “approve of contact” with a specific American individual who wants toÃ‚Â communicate with her.
Nothing could be further than the truth. The reality is that, because of IMBRA,Ã‚Â 80% of the women on most foreign dating websites will never even know a particular American man was interested in them, much less physically look at a completed background check form or get it signed and returned to a dating site management.
This is because, in most foreign cultures, women do not logon to webmail “membership” sites the way American women do. In the real world, the best looking foreign women have better things to do than try to find a computer and remember a password for each of several websites where they might have put up a profile (or allowed others to put a profile up for them). They have given clear instructions that any interested man can contact them at a given email address, cell phone numberÃ‚Â or a postal address.Ã‚Â Keep in mindÃ‚Â that postal addresses and phone numbers were theÃ‚Â only way for men to contact women only 10 years ago, meaning there is nothing sinister about the idea of a man having this information. In any event, it is the fundamental human right of all women to broadcast their contact information asÃ‚Â they see fit.
The fundamental reason why Americans make the assumption that foreign women will get to see a man’s background check is because Americans are the most technologically “wired” people in the world and assume that everyone in the world has daily access to the World Wide Web.Ã‚Â Because US society is so incredibly paranoid, Americans also tend toÃ‚Â believe that a womanÃ‚Â who engages a dating website, to help her meet others, will want to actively sign on to that site all the time and only deal with new contacts there, possibly even behind layers of anonymity such as you find at Match.com.
So let’s look at the practical results of IMBRA:
A few days before IMBRAÃ‚Â was supposed to go into effect on March 6, 2006 (it did and will fall under repeated restraining orders), IÃ‚Â bought the contact information of 100 foreign women whom I might possibly like to meet in the next 5 years if I ever had the time orÃ‚Â desire to meet somebody new.
Of these contacts, only 30 of the women had email addresses. Being lazyÃ‚Â but alsoÃ‚Â wanting to document what IMBRA was going to do to communication between adults, I wrote to only those women with email addresses and learned that 10 of the email addressesÃ‚Â were bad.Ã‚Â I then went to www.sendatelegram.com and wired a message to postal addresses ofÃ‚Â the women whose email addresses were bad. I also wired a message to a few women who had only offered postal addresses on the dating site. In my messages I left my cell phone number and email address and asked them to contact me.
The results were that I received a bunch of Ã‚Â text messages on my cell phone and a bunch of emails from women who assumed, incorrectly, that I was specifically interested in them rather than generally testing IMBRA’s impact. The emails were from new email addresses (in other countriesÃ‚Â people change email addresses often because of spam problems).
Keep in mind that only 20 out of the 100 women had working email addresses on which they could possibly receive the background forms of other men under IMBRA. The other 80 women could not be easily contacted by dating site managements who would never spend the $40 to send a telegram or the 5 weeks to send snail mail with a man’s background check in it. One could say that the other 80 women could go through the trouble of keeping the dating site updated with their new email addresses…but since when does the US government have the right to force foreign women to keep their records updated at dating sites?
Now, 1.5 years later, I have about 10 new friends in various other countries who don’t understand why I don’t have the time to come to visit.Ã‚Â TheyÃ‚Â also cannot understand why they are not getting any more snail mail or Saturday afternoon phone calls from interesting men from around the world.Ã‚Â They want the snail mail and the phone calls, but the US government has determined that a good paranoid feminist should be afraid of being stalked…and taken their rights away.
Unless some of the 80 women I have contact information for take the trouble to sign onto a new dating website somewhere, I am the only man on Earth who knowsÃ‚Â who they are and how to contact them.Ã‚Â
The US Government has, therefore,Ã‚Â completely and totally stopped communication between other Americans and these 80 women. I shouldn’t complain about my getting such exclusivity, but I am doing so now.
With IMBRA now in effect, over at the Asian dating site Cherry Blossoms, more than 10,000 women without email addresses have been deleted from the database. At the largestÃ‚Â international dating site, AÃ‚Â Foreign Affair, more than 20,000 womenÃ‚Â were registered by 2006Ã‚Â who did not haveÃ‚Â email addresses.Ã‚Â With IMBRA, virtually none of these women are likely to ever get to see a man’s background check, much less sign it and get it back to a dating site. Without IMBRA, any of these 20,000 women could receive a telegram or phone call or snail mail at any time…and any of this correspondance could have changed her life and a man’s life for the better.
A Ukrainian woman was called last year and asked to come to the Kiev office of “A Foreign Affair” in order to read and sign the background check of an American man. The agency employee was late and arrived to find the woman chatting outside the locked office doors and about to leave with the American man. The employee then went berserk trying to separate the man and woman saying “You are not allowed to talk with each other. She has not signed the IMBRA form!”
The man and woman simply laughed and walked away in that case. Thankfully, the two had met each other. In many cases, a woman would not have had the time to travel to the agency offices right awayÃ‚Â to meet a man she knew nothing about. If the man was only in a foreign city for 1 or 2 days, as is the case 99% of the time, the hesitation of a woman to come to an agency office to sign IMBRA forms, or theÃ‚Â fact that a woman might not read her email every day and every hour of her life,Ã‚Â would cost both people any happiness they might have had if the US Government had not soÃ‚Â blatantly interfered with their lives by keeping her phone number and postal (telegram) address forcibly hidden.
John Adams, the owner of A Foreign Affair, says that some men call him and foolishly say they like the idea of IMBRA, not understanding how the mechanics are so badly stacked against them and the women. The foolish men think that, if they have a clean criminal record with no previous marriages, kids or driving offenses, there is no delay nor complete blockage of contact. Such men simply do not think things out. They are often men who have never seen the inside of an airplane.
The men do not understand that, even the women who regularly read the email address they provided to the dating site, will not choose to take the extra step of approving contact with a man whose photograph and personality was not immediately presented to them. The most attractive foreign women have better things to do than keep track of and adjust to all the new US laws designed to supposedly protect them. Mostly, they do not understand American paranoia and it alarms them when they see American men being presentedÃ‚Â as ifÃ‚Â ”Criminal #64 wants to contact you”.
As in the book “1984″, the US Government is now in the business of busting up and blocking male-female relationships.
AriÃ‚Â Schwartz of the Center for Democracy and Technology at www.cdt.orgÃ‚Â wrote to meÃ‚Â on October 23rd, 2007 to sayÃ‚Â ”We are aware of this law and that it presents some privacy issues”.Ã‚Â He then went on to say that the CDT does not have the resources to take on this issue in court. He naively suggestedÃ‚Â that we contact the ACLU, which is a feminist organization that will never help white professional men and foreign women with their rights.
Until civil rights and Internet freedom organizations understand that IMBRA is not just a privacy matter, but a full-scale blockage of human contact, there is not going to be much justice fought for in Washington DC.