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Sweden is violating childrens rights to know father

Filed under: General — MurrayBacon @ 5:24 pm Fri 7th November 2008

From YouTube Sweden:

Why is it a crime to be a man?

Worth watching, as it seems to have a bit in common with NZ.
Cheers, MurrayBacon.


  1. Well worth watching



    Comment by Scrap_The_CSA — Fri 7th November 2008 @ 10:27 pm

  2. Yes, it is definitely worth watching.

    Please leave comments on youtube and forward the link to others.

    Comment by Darryl Ward — Sat 8th November 2008 @ 8:32 pm

  3. sweden law against father is totally injustice unfair and must to look at.
    iam a innigrant father to a son i had it with my ex swedish girlfriend last year ,when my ex were pregnant wit our son the immigration swedish office asks me to leave the sweden and go back to my home couannntry*libya( for look and apply to permit work and residence permit then i waited until my son has beingborn and i did got back to my country to apply for permit residence and work permit i libya so i waited 8 months for the migration answer and i got being rejected to go back to sweden again and being banned to even go abck to europe i am sick now i got blood pressuure ,depression and got thearpay sessions i live in the hospital almost now,
    the weird things was the reason that i have being rejected to be near my son is because i didnt have a custody or right from the court to visitn him so i were chocked how would i applied for that law while themselves the migrations asks me to go bback to my country_how would i be able to do that right while iamin my home town-
    please please help me please

    Comment by walid — Mon 24th November 2008 @ 12:50 pm

  4. Dear Walid,

    “Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmadullah wa baraktu”.

    Forgive my anglisised greeting, I do not have arabic script within defaults.
    You have posted a comment upon a New Zealand website presumably based upon search engine.
    Perhaps, ‘Inshallah” came to play.
    Your first point of assistance has to be Fathers for Justice Sweden.
    Please seek within this network the intervention and remedies sought, please also provide follow up of progress.
    It is extremely difficult for New Zealand laypeople to provide practical resource, information and advice that is tripartisan in nature and out of our jurisdicton and legislation.
    I may be able to provide further guidance should F4J Sweden be unable to assist.
    My e-mail is [email protected] and hope this message finds you with peace.
    “Hayakallah wa masalaama”.

    Paul Catton
    East Auckland Refuge for men and Families
    (0064) (09) 271 3020

    Comment by Paul Catton — Mon 24th November 2008 @ 8:34 pm

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