Injustice

Monday, 18 July 2011

Claire's Law; OK but beware of the pitfalls!

(please click on blog title for more on this)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-14181959
Whilst responding to the Mail on Sunday lead story 17/7/11 Clares Law, I would acknowledge there has to be safeguards in place when taking a chance of meeting someone through the Internet, but commonsense should prevail in any situation for an experienced adult and even more rigorously for children, however this may be seen to undermine their human rights. Safety and parental responsibility should overrule this in such cases.

I can also understand the outcry for a new law that would follow such a heinous crime, but this should not solely be aimed at violent men!

I had hope with the demise of the Labour Government a more pragmatic approach would be adopted by this Tory lead coalition but it seems clear that from David Cameron's attack on so called absent dads on father's day there will be more feminist biased as purveyed by messers Harman, Greer and Blears..
What I object to is the biased leaning of Clare's Law, would it be possible with our overstretched cops to provide such information on violent men or as I would advocate on women too, after all in this age of equality, George Orwell's or otherwise, it should be the case!
Why? Well my indirect findings from 7 years research in the Family Justice system here in the UK and globally has shown that just as many women commit violence on men as the stereotypical man does this most often in the arena of domestic violence in the confines of the home and what is more I have found more women commit abuse against children then men not only physical by psychological abuse too. This manifests it's self most commonly in the form of Parental Alienation; This is when one parent, (most often the mother), uses here children as weapons, tools or bargaining chips to gain what she wants in Family court, legal aid or CSA. The Father is all too often left helpless and broke.

What happened to a mother's maternal instinct when she is prepared to mess with the short span of time that is child hood.

I contribute to a campaign originated in Australia; National Black Ribbon Day which aims to highlight domestic violence against men and suicides. Staying in Australia some 15,972 men have taken their lives as a result of the unjust system purveyed by the CSA
http://dadsontheair.squarespace.com/csa/ and this is only since Nov 2007 when Kevin Rudd came to power and there is little sign of change under Julia Gillard. It is likely that numbers in Canada and the UK are double that and in the USA it is over 100,000 per year where the correlation has been made between returning service personnel coming home to a violent or abusive situation or finding their former partners have left taking children and home with them!I would also warn most vehemently against false allegations.
This too is weapon in a woman's arsenal for her benefit and the authorities will go into overdrive to prove this to be true when it is a spiteful lie that could have a catastrophic out come not only on the man but the family as a whole. Courts lap it up when what started as a regular family argument escalates to even just an item of furniture or some other inanimate object getting broken this too is deemed as violence and you guessed it once again it is the man who will take the wrap even if the woman instigated, provoked or even committed physical violence on this occasion. False allegations also undermine the true cases of violence and no right minded person should condone this practice.
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23800038-harriet-harman---from-sloane-to-class-warrior.do

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