On MLK Day, Remember to Use Nonviolent Resistance Against America’s Family Law and CPS SystemsWritten by: Chris Print This Article
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After hearing yet another friend discuss how it is impossible to live happily or even function due the many years of continuing chaos being caused by his children’s mother and the parental alienation she inflicts upon them, I was alarmed but not surprised to hear him say that he’s about to give up on all his kids. I can’t say on blame him, he has been trying for years to simply be a part of his children’s lives and is attacked and persecuted relentlessly for simply wanting to be an involved parent. The damage caused by the combination of a parental alienator and the government bullies who support and reward this and other abusive conduct by bad parents, be they abusive mothers or abusive fathers, is immense. It eats away at your peace of mind, burns holes in your soul, and drains your finances to near bankruptcy over the years. You are left but a battered shell of a person with an empty wallet unable to enjoy anything in life, unable to even have a moment of peace and contentment.
Then I remembered something I just read from our friends at CopBlock, a great web site that discusses police brutality and misconduct across the United States. CopBlock suggested that we all spend some time on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to remember the travails and tactics of the African-American leader who put the nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience tactics of India’s Gandhi into action in the United States. Civil disobedience is a just and fair suggestion for a means of action for parents being afflicted by the American courts and law enforcement and their near universal support for parental alienation, family terrorism, false accusations, and many other crimes against children and families.
Parents who are being pushed to the limit like my friend should engage in civil disobedience and rally their families and friends to do the same. Simply stop cooperating with the government. Stop paying your taxes and stop funding a system that abuses and terrorizes millions of innocent children and their loving parents. Start protesting all you can against bully judges and corrupt politicians who do nothing to protect children and good parents who are being victimized by psychologically brutal attackers in the form of alienating parents, CPS social workers, family law attorneys, and the many other criminals who scheme to use and abuse children to make a profit. Or maybe just vote with your feet by leaving the United States as it increasingly appears to be an irredeemably sick nation that persecutes good parents and innocent children in the name of profit and power of the government and its friends.
It’s often been suggested by those who claim to have a broader geopolitical view that the United States is a menace to civilization and societies across the global. Some feel this way about what the United States does to citizens of nations all over the world with its wars, police actions, and threats to pummel other nations into submission if they do not do what Uncle Sam demands. But even if you don’t buy that line of thinking, it is clear that American family law policies that rewards parental alienation, child abuse, perjury, and false accusations are inflicting an astronomical amount of damage to children and good parents. My friend can’t take it any more and his children are about to lose their father because the government will not put a stop to the abuses inflicted by their mother. No amount of money or therapy can ever truly fix the damage they have already experienced and will continue to experience because of the failed policies of a government that encourages and rewards widespread crime by child abusers.
It’s time to put governments across the United States on notice. The huge problems that exist today with American family law and child protection systems are very similar to the problems that existed 40 years ago with reprehensible race politics and laws across the Unites States. Applying Martin Luther King Jr.’s thinking from the civil rights movement to the family law movement is a great idea. Thanks, CopBlock, for helping me to realize that.
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