Father Roulette

A German judge has coined a brilliant term for the new family model we have adopted to replace marriage: father roulette.  From the Daily Mail German woman loses legal bid to discover male escort’s identity after he got her pregnant during a three-night hotel fling seven years ago:

[She was] attempting to track down ‘Michael’ in order to claim a support allowance.

But a court in Munich has ruled the hotel chain does not have to give up the escort’s identity, saying the woman was playing ‘father roulette’.

The irony is that conservatives, who just five or six decades ago were staunch supporters of marriage, are now the most militant supporters of the child support system we are using to replace (and therefore destroy) marriage.  This is, sadly, why we are marooned on slut island.

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39 Responses to Father Roulette

  1. Minesweeper says:

    brilliant !

  2. Minesweeper says:

    the fact they have managed to separate the entire family model into separate parts, really deserves some recognition.

    To separate : sperm, husband, financial support, commitment, father, lover

    its like how you set up a franchise, separate and layer everything, so nothing is really connected.

    spreading the risk\cost and removing the reward. they have literally beat the wall st analysts at their own game.

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  4. Gunner Q says:

    Sex workers have rights, too!

    Hang on… why would the hotel have the male prostitute’s identity on file? Was he in-house staff or something? “The bellhop will handle sir’s luggage, the gigolo will handle sir’s wife and may I introduce sir to Brittany? Please enjoy your stay.” Hello, second honeymoon.

  5. Minesweeper says:

    “Hang on… why would the hotel have the male prostitute’s identity on file? ”

    because the feral women need protected from the men, even those they hire for the weekend !

  6. taldac says:

    Two small islands began an invasive cat sterilization initiative.

    The left isle claimed it was sexist to target queens. There were 200 cats. They killed 97 of the 100 toms. The next season there were 300 kittens. Cat population: 403.

    The right isle approached it differently. 200 cats, killed 97 of 100 queens. The feral cat population next season was 112.

    You do the math.

  7. 8 in the Gate says:

    She no longer can play the soubrette,
    So she bought her three days of hot sweat.
    When she reaped the cavort, she sued for support,
    But that’s the odds when you’re playing roulette.

    [D: Ha! Well played.]

  8. Minesweeper says:

    obviously the feminist mindset hasnt fully reached its zenith in Germany yet, obviously if you hire a “hot hunk” for abit of weekend pleasure, you should be able to get 25 years of child support from him, just from the fact he agreed to be employed by you for a dirty weekend.

    Im expecting “weekend fuck walks” marches to appear any day now.

  9. Chris says:

    I read horror stories about men being forced to pay for kids they don’t see or never intended to father in the first place on a fairly regular basis. No sympathy here.

  10. Frank K says:

    “Hang on… why would the hotel have the male prostitute’s identity on file?”

    Well, this is Europe after all. Don’t they ask to see passports when you check in?

  11. Frank K says:

    I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised when I read that the judge told the cupcake that she couldn’t sue. She’ll probably take it to the Germany’s highest court, which will probably be far more sympathetic. Meanwhile, that gigolo will most likely do a vanishing act.

  12. Anon says:

    The irony is that conservatives, who just five or six decades ago were staunch supporters of marriage, are now the most militant supporters of the child support system we are using to replace (and therefore destroy) marriage.

    That is why I say that as bad as Lenti is, she still leaves many cuckservatives feeling cheated.

    The crowning glory of cuckservative misandry is when a biological father is under a CS judgement and imputed to a high income. If they take away his drivers license and passport, even better. If they jail him (so he costs the state $60,000/year vs. paying income taxes as a worker), cuckservatives are even more delighted.

    As bad as Lenti is, she did not deliver to cuckservatives the misandry that they wanted.

  13. Frank K says:

    “The crowning glory of cuckservative misandry is when a biological father is under a CS judgement and imputed to a high income. If they take away his drivers license and passport, even better. If they jail him (so he costs the state $60,000/year vs. paying income taxes as a worker), cuckservatives are even more delighted. ”

    I have made sure that my son, who is now a young adult, fully understands this. He does. He has already observed from front row how other men’s lives are devastated by the current system. He understands that if he ever signs on the dotted line on a wedding certificate that he will be at the complete and total mercy of his wife, who can destroy his life with a single phone call.

  14. Casey says:

    The only surprising thing is that the judge ruled in favour of the Hotel.

    I would have expected a man-hunt at all costs to ‘make HIM pay’ for his careless & reckless behaviour.

    Until men have to formally OPT IN to become a parent & assume all the risks therein, women will continue to use them as sperm donors with wallets.

  15. Minesweeper says:

    @casey
    prob it was because it was a “hotel” (neither male nor female entity) – and this would harm their further business.

    If it was just a guy on his own, he would be fed to the sharks.

    As the only definition of men under the feminist mindset is : sperm donors, wallets, mindless raping thugs.

    I would expect women to continue to see them in only that way, this will go on until the younger generation of men wise up to the situation and refuse point blank to go along with it. This is already quite well spread among the younger male generation(except those from single moms – obviously), they are catching up where we failed to see where things would go.

    They wont fall into the same trap we did. And let me tell you, the women will not be happy that that cant fleece some guy for 30 odd years and walk away without a care in the world withhis pension in their back pocket.

    As the old guard dies, (those who created this situation), your going to see a very different mindset in the men appearing, one that which paying tax’s or for women directly is abhorrent to them.

    But how can family survive without this ? It probably cant.

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  17. Frank K says:

    I strongly suspect that “Michael” isn’t the gigolo’s real name. While I really don’t know what it is, I wouldn’t be surprised if he isn’t German or even European. Perhaps his real name is Mohamed? If so, it might be the reason why the German legal system ruled in his favor,

  18. Frank K says:

    “They wont fall into the same trap we did.”

    70% of men under the age of 35 are single and I’ll bet that number is higher for men under 30, etc. They already are opting out.

    “And let me tell you, the women will not be happy that that cant fleece some guy for 30 odd years and walk away without a care in the world with his pension in their back pocket.”

    Other than .gov employees (who are overwhelmingly female) who gets a pension these days? A friend (a techie) was once asked by a cop if he had a good retirement plan. His reply was: “My retirement plan is whatever I save”.

  19. Gunner Q says:

    Frank K @ 10:36 am
    “Well, this is Europe after all. Don’t they ask to see passports when you check in?”

    In America, we just pay cash and by the hour.

  20. Opus says:

    Notice the way the Mail smooth-over male prostitution into a ‘three night fling’ but whatever he was paid for three nights of compulsory debauchery with a stranger would not to my mind be enough. The Gigolo is a burgeoning profession.

    I don’t know about the Germans but as late as the seventies hoteliers would refuse a room to a couple whom they knew or suspected were not married . This happened some decades earlier to Gay Poster Boy Alan Turing and his then fiancee when they were turned away from a room Turing had booked somewhere in Wales.

  21. Snowy says:

    @Opus

    I had no idea Alan Turing was the poster boy for poofters. I only became aware of him from the film “The Imitation Game”, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Though they portrayed his homosexuality, perhaps they underplayed it, and maybe even gave it a positive slant because, after all, he was a genius who basically brought WW2 to an end. At least that’s the way the film portrayed it. I haven’t bothered to research the truth of it.

    But the poster boy for poofters? Very interesting indeed.

    The film did spark my interest in researching the human history of WW2, which I will do before my life’s end, time permitting.

  22. Spike says:

    So,
    She had unprotected sex with a man she hired, whose name she didn’t know, whom she paid to leave?
    Maybe the Saudis do have a point after all. Cover them up. Don’t let them go around unescorted. Don’t let them drive. Needless to say education is a waste.

  23. Lost Patrol says:

    I too am greatly surprised that the woman was not supported by the German legal system, and that some man wasn’t found and assigned liability. This is the country that not long ago ran an extensive campaign to make men pee sitting down, because feminism sanitation.

    The man in this story got away with one. He may be an ‘extreme outlier’ for having done so. As always – a moment of silent reflection on the plight of the son, who by now is no doubt completely assimilated; and whose mother is attempting to use him as a cash machine.

    Soubrette – vocabulary building with 8 in the Gate.

  24. Spike says:

    Hang on. The obvious question here: Is consent to sex, consent to parenthood?

    In the era before contraception, it certainly would have been. Now, in the age of contraception, it certainly is not.
    Feminism’s gripe is that women should not be forced to have children they don’t want. They have structured a number of institutions on society (fr want of a better term) to shield them from this. There is contraception. There is abortion. There is adoption, and even drop-off at the hospital.

    If Feminism also ”liberates” men as feminists say it does, where are our goodies? When do we get access to the male contraceptive, a court order that compels a woman to get an abortion, etc?
    A Supreme Court case could be fought over this as a fundamental human right.

  25. Crossphased says:

    Commitment from a man is such a valuable commodity that the state no longer allows divorce from the man’s side (he is still required to provide for the woman and children even if he wants out). Men are de facto no longer permitted to divorce. Only a woman can choose to divorce a man; a man cannot choose to divorce a woman by abandoning his commitments to her (even if she breaches the marital contract) in the way that a woman can divorce a man by abandoning her commitments to him. In fact, a woman can even de facto divorce a man (by denying him sex) while still married to him and this retain all the benefits of his commitment, in many cases. She will still retain the approval of society and the church while doing so.

    We are now in a time where women are the sex permitted to marry multiple partners, because what is marriage to a woman except receiving commitment from a man? If a woman marries one man and has kids with him, then divorces him and marries another man, she is extracting resources from 2 men. If she does it again she can get resources from 3 men. Here serial monogamy from the woman’s perspective becomes multiple simultaneous marriage, because she retains what is valuable from the man in each case: (resource) commitment. Women offer sex to get married, and men offer commitment, so if a woman retains all the commitments of the men, while marrying more men, she has won, she has become the Matriarch, an Abomination.

  26. feeriker says:

    That this decision came from a court in Germany, one of the frontrunner candidate countries for Cuck Capital of Europe, is very surprising indeed.

    What’s next? Sweden punishing foreign-born rapists?

  27. Opus says:

    @Snowy

    Alan Turing was a remarkably gifted man: he would have represented GB at the 1948 Olympics* had it not been for injury – he was a long-distance runner – and of course he was top Mathematician at Brenchley Park – though his Colossus [the world’s first electronic computer] would never have seen the light of day had it not been for the mechanical skills of others such as Flowers (formerly of the GPO – left school at fourteen) . He is always presented as a victim having been convicted of gross indecency with a male, however, (leaving aside the little matter that it was against the law) all is not what it seems: Turing had a fiancee with whom he went away for a dirty-weekend in (I think) 1941 which hardly fits the Gay image presently being promoted. The circumstances of his conviction are also puzzling as he appears to have been attempting to shaft his rent-boy lover (but instead the police charged him). Following conviction he was given the choice of prison or medical treatment: he chose the latter. His death occurred some months after his course of treatment had ended and thus was not necessarily suicide. I would suggest that sex-offenders were treated far more leniently then (1954) and in a more concerned manner than they are now though of course these days the offender is Hetero rather than Homo-sexual. I was at London’s Science Museum a couple of years ago where they had an exhibition about Turing and where they were doing their best to rubbish the (then) scientific establishment and its attempts to cure ‘homosexuality’. – and that from a scientific establishment! – even Milo says that he would if possible undergo treatment to cure his Gay-ness. I always suspect that a lot of homosexual behaviour is not unrelated to the ability of the male to find a willing female.

    As to Hotels (never mind my own experiences) I can think of two British movies from circa 1970 where unmarried couples assert falsely that they are married so as to gain a hotel room – Crossplot from 1969 in which a then 42 year old Roger Moore so pretends and Deadly Strangers from 1975 with Simon Ward doing likewise. The past is a different country; they do things differently there.

    * Amongst other unexpected top athletes, novelist and sometime politician Jeffrey Archer, represented his country and at the 100 metres!! – his rueful Who’s Who comment being ‘not fast enough’. Remakable though for a man short enough to be a Cox for the Oxfrod rowing team and thus also amongst his many other accomplishments an Oxford Blue.

  28. Opus says:

    Germany must be a very depraved/civilised country (as you will) for their brothels for which I take the term Hotel to be a euphemism are legal and state controlled and every German town seems to have one or more Swinger’s clubs – not that I have ever been to such an establishment but one thing that struck me the first time I was in that country was being visually propositioned by a prostitute. I assumed that to be the case not least because I was in a cafe near the Haupbanhopf in Koln – more recently famous for being popular with afficionados of Taharush. Naturally, being far too shy, I did not take up the kind offer, however walking along Koln’s pedestrianised precinct i came upon a movie theatre and intrigued not withstanding my lack of German to see whether the movie playing was as described, I entered therein and to my amazement it really was hard-core porn. Germany is also the home of FKK – which of course has nothing to do with sex though why men and women should want to run around naked in a land where it is usually chilly I have never managed to understand – Germany is not the Med where the French treat nudity as synonymous with promiscuity, not that I have ever been to Cap D’Agde though at St Tropez where I have vacationed it is au naturale. The Nazis were into all that stuff too – the fitness, I mean, out in the open and probably in imitation of the Greeks, naked.

    So there you have it: in France males outnumbering middle-aged women hoping to get a slice of the action though probably just jerking-off in the distance; in Deutschland middle-aged women paying to be serviced by youngish hunks in pretend honeymoons – no wonder the anonymous woman thinks she is entitled to child-support. No such thing as free-sex even when you are the one getting paid.

  29. greyghost says:

    i guess the Muslims truck driving threw crowds and shooting people is putting a damper on the entitlement game. It must take death and suffering to bring reality back into light. going along with this madness is suffering death. nothing restores masculine firm common sense quicker than disfigured bodies laying in the street.
    Don’t kid yourselves other women chose the route of having the government invite in sexy warriors from the middle east and have somebody else pay for it also. somebody needs to so no more or dig up that MG34 buried in grandpa’s barn.

  30. Snowy says:

    @Opus

    Thanks for the info, Opus. I found the movie “The Imitation Game” fascinating. Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing acted superbly, as did the rest of the cast.

    It was a heart-tugging movie for me. By the end of it I was left with a deep compassion for the man, and saddened that such a gift to the world passed from it so young. The “medical” (chemical) treatment of his (supposed?) homosexuality was saddening, even if he were homosexual. Although the movie makers raised a question mark in the viewer’s mind about whether or not he really was homosexual, they did include parts where he basically personally admitted to being so. How accurate the movie was, I don’t know. How accurate is the history recorded on the man, I don’t know, and I haven’t researched it yet. But it seems a genius and a gift to the world he was.

    I highly recommend the movie.

    I was surprised to learn that he is held up as the poster boy for male homosexuality.

  31. Casey says:

    @ Spike

    “Hang on. The obvious question here: Is consent to sex, consent to parenthood?
    In the era before contraception, it certainly would have been. Now, in the age of contraception, it certainly is not.”

    The state will never allow men to ‘consent’ to parenthood. Doing so would undermine the ‘child support model’.

    Although I absolutely agree that a woman’s ‘rights and authority’ should be immediately tempered by forcing ‘responsibility and accountability’ on her as well, it simply won’t happen.

    “If Feminism also ”liberates” men as feminists say it does, where are our goodies? When do we get access to the male contraceptive, a court order that compels a woman to get an abortion, etc?”

    Men are not to receive any benefits from the feminist movement. Full Stop.

    “A Supreme Court case could be fought over this as a fundamental human right.”

    A case such as you describe would be thrown out long before it got to the Supreme Court.

  32. Tarl says:

    why would the hotel have the male prostitute’s identity on file?

    In Deutschland EVERYTHING is on file, mein Herr!

  33. Tarl says:

    he was a genius who basically brought WW2 to an end. At least that’s the way the film portrayed it.

    Nah that’s really overstating it.

  34. Tarl says:

    There were three other Michaels staying at the hotel on the night in question, and the court decided that it could not sanction giving out their details ‘at random’.

    ‘Nor is it certain that the Christian name is indeed the name of the man in question,’ the court added, according to the BBC.

    The woman’s vague descriptions of the man also harmed her case, the court said.

    So basically it could have been ANY of the men in the hotel seven years ago. No wonder the court said forget it. She doesn’t even know for a fact that his name was Michael, LMAO!

    Note that all the worst-rated comments in the article are by women and stupid cucks whining “what about the child, think of the right of the child to know his father, find out who he is and make him man up, waaah!”

  35. Gunner Q says:

    Snowy @ May 3, 2017 at 6:22 pm:
    “The film did spark my interest in researching the human history of WW2, which I will do before my life’s end, time permitting.”

    I’m currently reading the book “Nuremburg: Infamy on Trial” on a ROK recommendation and think you would like it, too.

  36. Snowy says:

    @Gunner Q

    Thanks for the recommendation, mate. I’ve made a note and I’ll check it out when I get a chance. I’m busy trying to find work at the moment, as I’ve relocated about 500km from my previous abode. I had a phone interview yesterday, so hopefully shouldn’t be too long now. Cheers!

  37. BillyS says:

    I have yet to see a case where someone claimed they were homosexual that did not involve abuse by an older adult in their teen years, at the least. I haven’t delved deeply, but that seems to be a key thread that is completely ignored, of course.

  38. GoldenEye says:

    Father Roulette makes it sound like a game show.

    Spin the wheel! Who’s the father this week?

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