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Paternity Testing

Filed under: General — UF @ 9:40 am Fri 3rd August 2007

For those who are on right now, James Coleman on Radio Live is taking calls on whether Judy Turner’s new members Bill, which allows for Court ordered Paternity testing for fathers.

0800 723 465? if you want to ring and put your points of view forward.

7 Responses to “Paternity Testing”

  1. Benjamin Easton says:

    Cannot do UF, or listen, although would be interested.

    IN an earlier post I put up the suuggestion of a DNA bank to establish access for anyone over the world, willingly and securely in which to deposit to see if a match could be procurred with lost relatives. If it’s a good idea its an unconditional gift to you lot – (which is to say) whether or not you can bring sense to Peter to align himself to the demand of gender equity dialogue against the stupidity to which we are all damaged and exposed; that of knucklehead equality demands.

  2. dad4justice says:

    I hear the fithy lawyers are saying it’s a breach of civil liberties and it is little wonder when you look at the legal system that the greedy/ parastic lawyers would want to leach more blood money .The legal system , its so fupped duck it didn’t get that way by the clients did it , the majority of lawyers need a good schlapppppp upside the head !! Dirty low life lawyers make great corrupt judges just like crater face Boshier !!

  3. Benjamin Easton says:

    Peter –

    I’ve written up my direct allegations against the corruption and started by publishing them on this site and through other mail (We’ve been here before about – not a swear word, exclamation or threat in the wording).

    Your case is before the Families Commission as is mine yet we have had no reply to this and I think that is not only rude and direspectful but that its event is the beginning of us being ignored yet again.

    The reason I am publishing my story is because I want to protect and stand beside Vince Seimer. Why don’t you do the same? Why not do it piece by piece write up bits from your case that directly identify the lies that you can prove are against you?

    Don’t write anything that cannot be substantiated and don’t go into any angry charge – just write calmy as you can do so elequently – but use the names of the judges, the staff and the lawyers.

    If we are going to remove the extertion from daily events and eradicate the exploitation by use of mediation and social provisions before the extrems of court intervention could be used, it will be because we have men – gutsy men – ready to take a non violent stand against their oppressors.

  4. Alastair says:

    I believe that all fathers should have an automatic right to demand a paternity test. If the demand supports the man is the father – the man pays! If it is a false allegation – The mother pays for the test!

  5. Stephen says:

    Benjamin,
    I share your frustration that the powers that be are so rude in ignoring our MRA message.
    Please contact me Via John Potter, who I agree to supplying you with my e-mail address. I have an idea for some action which we might undertake with other MRA, but don’t wish to go public except to say it will be peaceful and legal.

  6. Benjamin Easton says:

    Stephen,

    thanks, sure, but let’s do this carefully because I still don’t figure that you have comprehended what i am telling you – not by a long long way.

    I am absolutely busy with everythig I write. I have no room for power plays and alternative thinking if it is waffle. Waffle is cute and kind talk to oneself without facing the fact that if you have to get firewood in winter it is likely to be wet and you are likely to get very, very cold whether or not eventually it will burn.

    You can contact me on fatherscoalition1@yahoo.co.nz. I will keep your address secure.

    Alastair – read the article and presentation by UF on behalf of Judy Turner advocating a small party hanging on to the thread of MMP political life in danger of agitating by ignorance the first group it is set to protect if to champion the principles it supports of family first. And then support them because they (grrrr Peter Dunne) are there to bolster your thinking.

  7. Stephen says:

    Benjamin,
    On second thoughts I’ll leave it to you.
    Good luck.

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