Family

- by Christian Dahl
External Relations Officer
Child Support Agency

National President, Barry Williams, Lone Fathers Association of Australia Inc., will be visiting Cairns and leading a FREE public information seminar this Thursday on major reforms to both the Child Support Scheme and Family Law.

This FREE seminar is being held at the Cairns RSL, 115 The Esplanade, on Thursday 8 March 2007, commencing with morning tea at 9.30 am and concluding at approx. 12.30 pm.

The Child Support Agency (CSA) will be represented by Ms Judy Paton, Service Delivery Manager and Regional Director, based in Townsville, in addition to a senior Cairns based officer who will present an audio-visual presentation highlighting the FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT (SHARED PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY) ACT 2006 (NO. 46, 2006) http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/num_act/flapra2006462006527/sch1.... passed in the Federal Parliament in 2006.

The kidnapping of Geneva Johnson

Submitted by Sheldon Johnson on Sat, 03/03/2007 - 05:56

My family desperately needs your help! Please read our story and sign the petitions at the bottom of the page to free Geneva & force an investigation into this tragic matter.

An order of removal was signed to remove my niece Geneva Johnson from the premises of her grandmother Annie Lackey on 2/2/05 base on a lie by an ACS case worker (Angelica Reyes). It was determined that an emergency removal was necessary because the case worker claimed that her grandmother exhibits bizarre behavior; and the absence of furniture in her home with the exception of a dresser and a few chairs.

Love for Life Campaign

Submitted by Arthur Cristian on Tue, 05/12/2006 - 10:57

We are committed to using our actions as a campaign, a story, to help awaken other Australians. Our story has all the right ingredients to trigger the rising up of a mass of humanity and together with all other freedom committers, finally dissolve the evil that continues to spread all around us. The campaign is in need of a website/webpage temporarily until we can get a LOVE FOR LIFE website up and running, to post documentation, with a simple menu and a brief home page front story with our family photo.

Cristian Family- by Arthur Cristian

The Cristian family - Arthur, Fiona, Jasmin, Emma and Frances - have found themselves caught up in a NSW Supreme Court drama over a home loan with Macquarie Banks intermeddling interloping interfering impostors (agents), some known as Macquarie Mortgages Pty Limited and Perpetual Limited ACN 000 431 827.

In a dispute that is now entering its second year, Fiona, a determined NSW Southern Highlands Suburban Housewife, operating on an oily rag and without legal representation, has continued to defend her fortress with sticks and stones against a multi-billion dollar banking giant who covets it.

"For those who understand legal terms, they mendaciously and wilfully created a false perjured brief which they submitted in collusion to the court as evidence against us. It was seriocomic in that it was laughable in its ridiculousness but deadly serious and dangerous at the same time. They conjured up an imaginary legal profess contract based on their poetic, artistic licence.

- by Katherine Hughes

"The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: 'If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?' But ... the good Samaritan reversed the question: 'If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?'" Martin Luther King, Jr.[1]

"The truth shall set you free? Maybe. But first the Truth must be set free."
Wole Soyinka, Nigerian playwright, educator.[2]

Since the events of 9/11 the government has implemented powerful new prosecutorial tools to gain convictions in its War on Terror. In an article entitled, "Terrorist Financing," Jeff Breinholt, Deputy Chief of the Department of Justice's Counterterrorism Section, explains these tools and how they are being used to win convictions.[3] On page thirty-one of the article he lists the statutes being used in the criminal prosecution of terrorist financing and among these statutes is the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), which Breinholt also labels as "United States economic sanctions."[4] IEEPA provides the President of the United States with authority to deal with any "unusual and extraordinary threat" that has its source in whole or substantial part outside the United States; this includes threat to "national security, foreign policy, and the economy."[5]

Hollander gezocht mogelijk in de Cairns regio

Submitted by Webmaster on Wed, 08/11/2006 - 10:50

Ik zoek voor mijn vriendin een persoon die mogelijk haar vader is. Ja het is nogal ingewikeld.

Haar moeder heeft nooit een naam genoemd vandaar en is inmiddels overleden.

Haar moeders naam is Eugenie van Reynst en woonde toen der tijd in Meester Cornelis in Jakarta, Indonesie.

The US Marrage and fertility Gaps Explained

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 01/10/2006 - 16:16

Two interesting articles that appeared in USAToday about voting patterns. This should give us something to chew on.

Otago Daily Times - Paedophile hysteria

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 01/10/2006 - 13:25

Editorial
The practice of paedophilia has to be one of the vilest of crimes, and adults who prey on the vulnerability of children must be subject to harsh responses. But, while society has to be aware of risks and be wary, it has been obvious for some time that common sense was abandoned in the aftermath of the infamous Christchurch Civic Creche case and the conviction of Peter Ellis in 1993. Men became cautious of making voluntary contributions to youth and children’s groups in the face of potential suspicion, and they all but deserted pre-school jobs. Many sensible, sensitive men refused to put themselves through the grief and danger of accusation, to the extent that only 1% of pre-school educators today are male and male primary school teachers are in short supply.

(Ozydads.net) Blue Ribbon Against Child Abuse

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 06/09/2006 - 00:02

Sarah

My name is Sarah
I am but three,
My eyes are swollen
I cannot see,

Rising male unemployment a national disgrace

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 17/04/2006 - 22:56

Comment - Alan Barron, convenor,
What the below figures reveal is that all affirmative action program for women be immediately disbanded and that the Office of Women's Affairs also be retired. It is men who are being left behind in the employment stakes. This is partly due to males being marginalized in our educational system and pushed aside by quotes for women at tertiary institutions.

Enough is enough. It's time men pulled their collective heads out of the sand and demanded justice for themselves. Women are taking over the workplace as the nation's family life begins to unravel. What does this nation need? It needs more working women like it needs a hole in the head. If we are to arrest rising male unemployment levels, the declining birthrate and rising divorce rate, then ways must be found to entice women out of the workplace and back into the home.

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