Yesterday, I spent what seemed like about an hour reading carefully the judgment about which Karen Woodall wrote during the past hour or so. I have been in touch about this case with Sabine McNeill for some time, trying to warn her about what was really going on. I had decided to blog about the case myself. But then thought that Karen would make a better job of that. I was about to resume my search for Karen's email address, to send her a link to the judgment, when notification arrived that Karen had beaten me to it. So, I am reblogging Karen's post, and recommending to my readers reading Karen's post, and also (please!) the judgment. In view of the fact that this new political party: Restore The Family For Children's Sake, which Andrew Bull and I have started, is looking for candidates for the general election and any council elections the same day, this breakthrough, judicial recognition at last of parental alienation, couldn't have come at a better time, from my point of view. However, if the child abusers in this case (the alienating mother and her boyfriend) hadn't been quite as stupid as they obviously were, when coaching the children to lie about their father, one wonders whether the innocent father would now be on bail, awaiting trial for child abuse himself. Feminnazi-sceptics will enjoy the humilation of the "expert" witness Dr Hodges, to be found in the judgment.
Tags » Childrens Rights
I have already outlined my personal objection to gay marriage and parenthood in previous posts, which I won’t go into in full, but they are easy to find here if you are interested, but again, my views are always based on what nature decrees is best. 261 more words
When children lie and why they lie and why people who work with separated families should know that they lie and why
Marek Michalak, Commissioner for Children’s Rights (RPD), has urged Polish Health Minister Bartosz Arłukowicz to address the problem of accessibility of over-the-counter drugs, especially those containing psychoactive and addictive substances, to children. 211 more words