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Equal Parenting Petition – A child’s right.

Filed under: General — Julie @ 11:27 pm Thu 8th January 2009

If you believe that children should have the right to family please sign this petition.

If you believe that it is wrong for a mother or father to have the right stop relations between children and their loving grandparents, please sign the petition.

All over the western world families are being destroyed and all over the world groups from every nationality, race and gender are trying to hold back the destruction of families against a legal system lost from common sense of the greatest emotional need of a child.

Please take a moment to add your voice


  1. There are two significant barriers to equal parenting in NZ.

    One is the difficulty of balancing work/life in the real world.

    The other is extortion profit extraction in familycaught and their willingness to use family relationship vandalism to maximise the extortion value. I am not just talking ablout legal workers (“judges” and lawyers) doing a low value, dodgy quality jobs, but their tolerance of shared parenting sabotage, to maximise their personal money extraction from the family as a whole.

    A constructive approach would be to look at the behaviour of the two parties and generally to reward the careful, constructive party – ah but this approach doesn’t foster and encourage unnecesary “legal work”. NZ’s history is littered with such shared parenting sabotage.

    It can be in the form of (usually mothers) moving and taking the children with them, during custody hearings, relocations overseas or Domestic Violence Act legal ambush.

    Only two NZ judges have acted impressively and constructively, to support children getting the best that their parents can provide together, Judges Trapski and Ingles. Unfortunately, they are now retired and their work in familycaught is totally forgotten as new more profitable directions have been mined.

    Unfortunately the rest are more in the mould of thieves.

    To support shared parenting effectively, you must try to excise the forces that everyday are sabotaging shared parenting:

    1. familycaught protecting its outside-legislation activities by secrecy

    2. familycaught getting evidence wrong due to excluding family from hearings

    3. replace existing placeholder “judges” with honest judges, with values that respect good parenting

    4. introduce common law into the reality of familycaught, rule of precedent to actually work

    To help the familycaught do these things, we do need a full Commission of Enquiry in to the operation of the familycaught.

    Wayne Pruden’s petition is not yet dead and for it to be ressurected, will need a large amount of public support – enough to overcome the barriers of legions of legal workers in the National Party. (The National party is overrun by such people.)

    Protect your children, MurrayBacon.

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sat 24th January 2009 @ 8:29 am

  2. Murray,

    Interesting comment. (#1)

    “Only two NZ judges have acted impressively and constructively, to support children getting the best that their parents can provide together,”

    Having seen Ingils in action and having seen the outcome of Trapskis review of child tax I woul have to disagee with your statement. However they are both historic and arguing about history wont get change.

    I would suggest that you dont go far enough.

    Throughtout the world family caughts very seldom act in the best interest of children. Courts are not the place to bring about a position where shared parenting is possible. They are a fight vetween adversaries with winners and loosers. Its an industry and it needs to go. We need to create the solution not change the current.

    Lets make Family Law a win/win for all parties.



    Comment by Scrap_The_CSA — Sat 24th January 2009 @ 8:04 pm

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