Separation, depression and equal care
If you have been separated from your children/child then the chances are that you will have experienced some degree of depression. If you already had an existing disposition toward depression then father alienation by the State will most certainly hurl you into a massive black hole that you may never recover from without undergoing wise counseling. The State, of course, doesn’t acknowledge that it participates in father alienation.
I do wonder if politicians ever considered that fathers, along with their children, might become depressed through the implementation of the existing law which blatantly separates a father from a child for duration of time which is not necessary. To have the status quo changed they put up incredible hurdles to overcome, which by the courts own rules must be deemed as father alienation. Both left and right winged govts have failed to make a basic and simple change to this law which is obvious and makes common sense to anyone not involved in gender politics.
To have the State implement laws that do not fairly treat you as a father thereby depriving you and your children of their rights is a terrible experience. What sort of people would implement laws so draconian you may ask? Well, to answer that I point out that pedophiles believe that what they indulge in is good for their victims. They believe that they are superior in knowledge in what is good for children and therefore experience little guilt for their actions. Juxtapose that with our present family law where it is deemed that separating children from their fathers (longer than required) is generally better for them. These evil deluded folks believe they have superior knowledge in this domain and despite enormous evidence to the contrary they are determined not to change the law as it stands. There is always a caveat presented as an excuse not to change a despicable piece of legislation. It is the same mentality the white supremacists in SA used in opposing 1 man 1 vote. “Blacks are just not ready for the responsibility” They said. “maybe in the future some time they will be but in the meantime we will just have to keep things the way they are because we whites know what’s good for them” You can argue till the cows come home if SA is better off now but you can never argue the right of the blacks to have a vote in their own country. That is a fundemental RIGHT!! No different than the one where a father has the fundemental RIGHT to equal time with his children and they with him.
Bob Geldoph states eloquently in his documentary “Where possible fathers should have EQUAL access to their children” he further ulistrates that the law brings the father unnecessarily into the “system” i.e. he is treated along the lines of a criminal and apparently for the crime of separating, either willingly or not, from the child’s mother. Up to this point the mother has often been the conduit for the fathers love toward his children whilst he works. Now he is set adrift.
Let us not forget what we as a group are fighting for………..We fight for both father’s and children’s rights. Let us also not forget who we are at war with…….. people who prefer to remain ignorant of truth and focus on the rights of women above that of children. The Family Court who administer the law was set up to specifically protect the rights of Women and Children. Children were tagged on the end simply due to a erroneous belief that children are just an extension of women. i.e. they are one and the same. Women’s’ rights were politicised and fathers desperately need to do the same.
As fathers we are often, and rightly so, encouraged to act above our instinctive nature in relation to expressing our anger. Mothers need to have the same pressure placed upon them to act above their instincts which, similar to many wild animals, deem fathers to be a threat to their offspring and that the mothers offspring is simply an extension of themselves. Present Law and therefore the family Court encourages them to pursue this basic instinct. A more human approach for both mother and father would be to focus on the child’s best interests. However for this to effectively take place in a real sense the law needs to change.