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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Paying child support for kids that are not yours, legalizing adultery, open destruction of the traditional family..

Why am I not surprised this happens in Ontario? For every step we take towards making everyone responsible for their actions in families, here comes some installed feminists in family court who basically just legalized adultery...doesn't matter if it is husband or a wife, though this ruling is squarely aimed against men, paying for kids who are not yours is by far a slap in the face. Not taking into account the emotional difficulties and been crushed after finding out you are not the biological father, to actually pay for kids that are not yours???What a fu..ed up system...Welcome to the feminist induced world, women who commit adultery are rewarded but if it was the man....This is a judgement based on the "feminist judge's" dislike for men and
lack of fairness on the part of governments...If the wife's philandering ways and the real father of these kids were made responsible for their action then they would have to go after them, instead this is an easy way out, clean and done, the feminist way....
So, why get married in Ontario, why start a family, why be involved when a man is considered....expendable trash?
Of course it isn't the kids fault in all this, but neither is it the man's...
MGTOW sure is a safe road to take in Ontario.
To actually call a feminist who made such a decision a judge is also a slap in the face of what "JUSTICE" is supposed to mean.
This pretty well opens the door to more family break ups by the justice system of ontario, if your a wavering sexually active wife don't worry if you get caught, we will make your husband pay anyway if he finds out....
Your kids will most probably grow up to be angry and have no faith in starting a family of their own, or with what they experienced, live their lives that way, but no worries....there is welfare, we will take care of them?
Again...what a fu..ed up system...thank you, you cat lovers....

Man who didn't father twins must pay child support
A Toronto man is on the hook to pay child support, notwithstanding a DNA test that proved he is not the biological father of his ex-wife's twins, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled.
Madam (feminist) Justice Katherine van Rensburg ordered Pasqualino Cornelio to continue paying child support to the 16-year-old twins - regardless of whether he was bamboozled by a philandering wife.
"While the failure of Anciolina Cornelio to disclose to her husband the fact that she had an extramarital affair - and that the twins might not be his biological children - may have been a moral wrong against Mr. Cornelio, it is a wrong that does not afford him a legal remedy to recover child support he has already paid, and that does not permit him to stop paying child support," Judge van Rensburg said.
Mr. Cornelio began making support payments soon after he separated from his wife in 1998. He had the DNA test after his former spouse recently sought an increase in the payments and a reduction in his time with the twins. Upon learning that he was not the biological father, Mr. Cornelio claimed to be a victim of misrepresentation or fraud.
He asked to be excused from paying child support and demanded reimbursement of tens of thousands of dollars he has paid over the years.
Ms. Cornelio was unable to shed light on the mystery of the twins' parentage. "Ms. Cornelio denies knowledge of who the twins' biological father might be," Judge van Rensburg said. "In fact, she claims to have no memory of an extramarital affair preceding their birth, which she attributes to the medication she was taking at the time."
The judge noted that Mr. Cornelio wondered at the time of his separation whether a man named Tony with whom his wife had had an affair might be the father of the children.
"It was not until access was interrupted and Ms. Cornelio commenced proceedings seeking increased child support that the respondent began pursuing this issue," the judge remarked.
In any event, she said that it would be wrong for the children to suffer for events over which they had no control.
"Mr. Cornelio was the only father the twins knew during the course of the marriage," Judge van Rensburg said. "The relationship that developed from the time of their birth was the natural relationship between a parent and his children.
"The fact of that relationship - even if it has now become strained - is sufficient to require Mr. Cornelio to continue to contribute toward the children's material needs."
Child support, Judge van Rensburg said, is the right of a child even if a parent behaves poorly, "whether it be delay in pursuing support, an attempt to contract out of support, or the failure to disclose an extramarital affair that may have led to the conception of the child."
Judge van Rensburg noted that two separate lines of jurisprudence have developed in comparable cases. One focuses on being fair to an individual who discovers that he is not a biological parent. The other concentrates on the best interests of the child.
She pointed to an expansive definition of "parent" under the Family Law Act under which Mr. Cornelio can be seen as "a person who has demonstrated a settled intention to treat a child as a child of his or her family."

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