I have met and heard the tragic stories of many parents. PA is a function, by and large, of a custodial ex-partner, although some alienation can start while the couple is still together.

This blog is a story of experiences and observations of dysfunctional Family Law (FLAW), an arena pitting parent against parent, with children as the prize. Due to the gender bias in Family Law, that I have observed, this Blog has evolved from a focus solely on PA to one of the broader Family/Children's Rights area and the impact of Feminist mythology on Canadian Jurisprudence and the Divorce Industry.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Friday, December 4, 2009
10:00am - 2:00pm
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL PROTEST 4TH DEC 2009 THIS IS A HIGH PROFILE PROTEST BY THE INFAMOUS GROUP NEW FATHERS 4 JUSTICE . THE GROUP WILL BE ATTENDING CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE "PUT THE FATHER BACK INTO CHRISTMAS PROTEST". DRESSED IN SANTA OUTFITS, WE WILL YET AGAIN ATTEMPT TO GET OUR MESSAGE ACROSS TO THE CHURCH, WHOM LIKE THIS ARROGANT LABOUR GOVERNMENT HAVE IGNORED THE PLIGHT OF FATHERS FOR YEARS. THE GROUP HAS DECIDED TO TAKE THERE CAMPAIGN BACK TO THE CHURCH AS THEY AND THEIR SYNOD HAVE NOT DEBATED FAMILY BREAKDOWN SINCE 1991 ! USUAL CLAD ! SANTA OUTFIT A PRIORITY , BANNERS , HORNS ETC.... WE WILL ALSO VISIT : CAFCASS Barton Mill Road Canterbury Kent CT1 1BP family court/combined court, chaucer rd, Canterbury ct1 1za PLUS A NUMBER OF NASTY FAMILY COURT SOLICITORS. WHILE WE'RE THERE ! PUT THE FATHER BACK INTO CHRISTMAS ! New Fathers 4 Justice view the current stance of the Church of England with great dismay - the lack of leadership on an important matter of modern-day family life, divorce and protection of young children's rights to both parents and extended families. For this reason we can not rule out direct action at religious services this Xmas. Dads are annoyed with the C of E and there has been much talk of this type of protest. As priests, vicars, and Bishops they occupy possibly the most powerful seats of influence on how family life should be conducted. From high moral ground almost always they see their role as clergymen to lead their flock along a path to honesty and godliness yet, The Synod has not debated family breakdown since 1991 ! Children need and deserve the love, nurturing, social skills and discipline that can only be provided from contact with both their mother and father, with help from their grandparents. Fathers are also part of their flock who need their help please yet they fail to speak out about this problem that causes so much pain. As shepherds of God's flock, I cannot think of any greater sin than to idle in ignorance to the needs of God's family while an unfair system of family law abounds blatantly under one's nose. The flawed system allows children to be exposed to a succession of mums' fleeting boyfriends, lovers and stepfathers with whom they have no biological connection but gives no automatic right of access to their real dads or grandparents ! Children need contact with both a mother and a father and with extended families to provide the love, care, nurturing and discipline necessary for a happy childhood. We as dads and grandparents love our children and just wish to spend time with them but the present system breeds demoralisation in the home and workplace, compounded with further damage to even the sanest person's mental health. The Church of England and it representatives must stop ignoring the consequences of family breakdown.

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