The biased and unbalanced views of child protection by mainstream media
Category: Child Protection
Created: Monday, 21 August 2017 09:12
Written by The Chairman
Can someone please explain why the Australian Newspapers to not appear to print a balanced view of child protection? All they ever print is how hard done by the caseworkers are (even when they allow a child to be harmed), yet only print how bad parents are. In fact, even the worst parents do most of the caring for the children, and caseworkers do nothing practical for the children. All they ever do is paperwork. So long as they get their paperwork done everything appears OK.
Why are parents time pressures and needs not printed ever, to ensure proper community supports for parents, but the papers are fixated on staffing levels and the daily routines of handsomely paid social workers?
Here is the SMH complaining about staffing level on behalf of social workers : Click here And here they are again complaining about the daily routine... They claim to be really busy but appear to have enough time to lobby and talk to the newspapers ... Click here. What a joke.
Major Bust: Heroes helping mothers arrested in sting operation
Category: Australian Antipaedophile Party
Created: Monday, 08 July 2019 13:38
Written by Administrator
Judiciary Using Criminal Justice System to Punish Mothers’ Allies
Physician Faces 25 Years; Others Face Long Prison Terms Too
"We do it because we cannot abide the thought of children being raped…If Australians knew about what was happening [in Family Court], they would be revolted by it. The scale is vast, the problem is huge. It is very sinister." - Dr. Russell Pridgeon, facing prison for helping mothers protect their children
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Dr. Russell Pridgeon [pictured], Patrick O’Dea were arrested Thursday in “Operation Noetic”, a two-year sting instigated by family court judges to catch mothers in hiding and their supporters who helped them flee exes who were sexually abusing their children. Arthur Doubleday, 83, was indicted along with a 78 year-old woman, and police have threatened more arrests, effectively terrorizing the small community of brave and elderly citizens who help mothers protect their children when Family Court does not.