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Parental Alienation Syndrome: New Support Forum

Submitted by Unslaver News on Fri, 27/05/2005 - 17:07

www.Unslaver.com and www.Oz.Unslaver.com

are pleased to announce the first support forum for all people.

Parental Alienation Syndrome is starting to find footing in the Courts.
Custodial Parents are often the culprits of this disasterous mental abuse to the children of a broken relationship.

Research by dedicated Doctors globally have shown that the damage left by the use of PAS against another parent are lifelong and can end in the child being tormented to the point of committing crime.

The Boards will be loaded with articles and original stories in the next few days – all it needs now is parents prepared to talk about their ongoing or prior problems with exspouses/partners, Departments, Police or other entities associated with Children and You – the Parent.

What is the Queensland Department of Child Safety?
...And to what extent do they carry out their vision of creating, "confident children and young people who are safe and valued...?"

Kens Comment: Well! What about you and your cronies come clean, mate. Beattie, you are a product of a broken home yourself and all have been told how child abuse is ongoing amongst victims. Want to step up and take me on ... or are you going to hide behind legislation that is supposed to prevent people from suing you for ongoing system child abuse? Look carefully at the Act, then tell me where the judicial relief provision is hidden, MATE. All these children have been stolen because your Act is illegal, mate.

Read on, for a kids-eye view of the QLD Dept. of Child Safety...

From the Mouth of Babe's, Part I

Monday, 18 April 2005

Dear Mr. Peter Beattie,

I am eight years old and have been forced to go to unusual measures to get your attention and ask you to perform your duty of care towards the charges of my home state, Queensland. What has happened to my family and I must not happen to any other family in your charge and under your duty of care.

Quote: AUCKLAND (Post-Courier/Pacific Media Watch): After 16 years working in Africa, I felt I was prepared for Bougainville.

I had seen the remnants of war in communities. I had witnessed what genocide, violence and deprivation can do to individuals.

But Bougainville is different. No one has come away unscathed.

Quote: AUCKLAND (Post-Courier/Pacific Media Watch): After 16 years working in Africa, I felt I was prepared for Bougainville.

I had seen the remnants of war in communities. I had witnessed what genocide, violence and deprivation can do to individuals.

But Bougainville is different. No one has come away unscathed.

BRUSSELS (IFJ/Pacific Media Watch): The International Federation of Journalists today warned that 2004 may turn out to be the worst year on record for killings of journalists and media staff as news of the deaths of reporters in the Philippines, the Ivory Coast and Nicaragua shocked the world of journalism.

Acheh, WP: Politics in the PUb/Seminar

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 14/11/2004 - 00:16

Quote: A seminar to commemorate 28 years since the peoples declaration of a Free Acheh. Come and hear from Achehnese, prominent Australians and academics about the ongoing independence struggle of the people of Acheh.

Quote: SYDNEY (IFJ/Pacific Media Watch): The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), the global organisation representing over 500,000 journalists worldwide, has today called for the Philippines Government to investigate the murder of journalist Eldy Gabinales and to halt the growing journalist death toll.

(pacific_media_watch) Media in the Pacfic - Three articles

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 20/10/2004 - 00:12

* 4540 INDONESIA: Editorial - Trying the press
Quote: In a decision that will surely become a model for resolving future press disputes, the council found that four publications breached the Indonesian Journalist's Code of Ethics. State Minister for State Enterprises Laksamana Sukardi had accused the publications of libel and brought them before the council for adjudication.
* 4541 GLOBAL: European press councils update
Quote: Half the world independent press councils are located on the Old Continent and new ones keep appearing there. No hint of one, however, in such nations as France or Greece.
* 4542 TONGA: Comment - Free speech forever
Quote: It is nearly one year since November 2003 when Tongans lost their right to Freedom of Speech as a defence.

For the first time, the Lifestyle Health Section of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is holding a training workshop focusing just on physical activity.

(Altnews) Paradise Drowned: Tuvalu The Disappearing Nation

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 14/10/2004 - 20:17

Hi all,

There is a documentary on sea-level rise, climate change and Tuvalu on ABC Wednesday 13th October, 9:30pm.

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