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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Child alienation against fathers is abuse.

Disposable Dad...
According to Ned Holstein, MD, MS, Founder and Chair, National Parents Organization, parental alienation is very common. The majority of divorces involve some degree of alienation, where one of the parents makes an effort to cast the other in a bad light. “In most cases, it is mild or intermittent when, in their anger or frustration, they let something slip that they may later regret,” he says.

In more serious alienation cases, Holstein continued, behaviors cause a child to be mentally manipulated or bullied into believing a loving parent is the cause of all their problems and/or the enemy. The noncustodial parent is then to be feared, hated, disrespected, and avoided. Holstein says that if a parent is successful in alienating a child, it may take decades before the situation ever turns around. “You hear of a 40-year-old reconciling with her aged father after years of never talking or seeing each other,” he says,

Many fathers go through demonisation, maybe not as stupid as my ex did, but any kind of alienation is an abuse on children, and they should never be used this way...
And organisations that make this "easier" are...
cps,(children's aid)
teen helplines,
woman's help organisations,
and especially women's shelter. (the hub of man hating)
All under the power and control of...feminists and manginas...

Their main message of "all men bad" is coming to a head, since some of us have decided to fight back for the sake of our kids, to stop the abuse, they have lost support, we still have a long way to go, but the beginning of the end is now within sight.
Men and women, fathers and mothers, husband and wives, families, must band together to stop this destruction of our childrens future, they are been used for financial and personal gain by unscrupulous people who have no ones well being in mind but their own thirst for power.
When we see businesses showing support for the organisations above, send them an email asking why? Print their names and places of businesses, one thing these people hate is bad publicity, they think supporting such organisation is a good thing, if they realise it is not, things will change.
We must explain to them that dividing families is always bad for business...

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