Friday, 30 December 2011


Civil rights campaigners forced a change in Church policy on kids rights and brought their message home to a “lying” Tory lawyer this Christmas.

The ‘New Fathers for Justice’ group, which regularly organises protests in Cornwall, struck at the home of Minister of Justice Ken Clarke yesterday (Christmas).

They daubed the former barrister’s house in West Bridgford, Notts, with the slogan ‘Fatherless Christmas’, and pasted protest posters.

Meanwhile the Archbishop of Canterbury waxed lyrical about the value the Church placed on fatherhood – after protestors threatened to protest at Canterbury Cathedral.

Lambeth Palace, the established Church’s head office, put out a statement on behalf of Dr Rowan Williams which reads:

“The Archbishops thoughts and prayers are with all those who cannot be with their families at this time.

“The image of fatherhood is at the heart of Christianity as can be seen in the loving and dependable God of the New Testament.

“The Church recognises the significance of the fathers role in the life of a child.

“Christian communities around the country are working to support families in need, whether providing practical help, like parent toddler groups or courses in parenting skills, or simply as a human network helping to share responsibilities and encourage all human relationships to flourish.”

Fat Tory Ken Clarke found his lawn adorned with abandoned toys, a Santa suit, and a Coffin on Christmas morning.

Family rights groups nationwide are furious that after years of promising reform, the coalition Government conducted a ‘whitewash’ review of reviled ‘family law’.

Clarke’s Ministry is directly responsible.

A spokesman for the politician called the words ‘Fatherless Christmas’ “distasteful”.

She said: “‘There were some distasteful slogans painted on the garage doors of Mr Clarke’s home early on Christmas Day.

‘Once they were discovered, they were cleaned up.We are not treating it a big deal.”

West Country New Fathers for Justice spokesman Richard Adams responded: ‘Ken Clarke may well find the slogans of our group ‘distasteful’.

“We find the denial of equal rights to fathers, and the denial to children of their right to a family life, to be yet more distasteful, and worth protesting against.

“Why does he keep lying that fathers have equal rights everyone in the real world knows it’s patently untrue?

“He seems to live in some world of his own and we hope this Christmas protest will wake him up a bit.”

Mr Adams went on: “After years of fishing for our votes saying they would reverse the brutal policies of the so-called ‘family’ court, the Tories have done nothing.

“Norgrove’s review was a ludicrous sham, dictated by the people responsible for child abuse and persecution the new Government promised to stamp out.

“We’d like nothing more than to be simply with our families, and happy in the knowledge our children would grow up with equal rights, this Christmas.

“But until anything is done – this is the only way anyone takes any notice of our message.”

Mr Adams said the statement from Rowan Williams – made as protestors threatened to storm the pulpit at Canterbury Cathedral – was ‘a step in the right direction’.

But he added: “The Church needs to act. Words will no longer do.”

Truro Dad Stuart Chilcott is currently awaiting trial for his protest at Truro Cathedral in support of 50/50 rights for the children of seperated parents.

Stuart is a member of the New Fathers for Justice group, who share the same political goals as all the other civil rights and ‘Fathers4′ groups in Britain.

They seek a legal presumption of 50/50 contact for a child with their parents if they split up, and the abolition of the deeply controversial, undemocratic secret court system that still exists within the ‘family’ division despite forty years of protest.

In July, a New Fathers for Justice activist dressed as Batman also targeted Mr Clarke, who has the power to reform or abolish the entire family division.

The protested staged an ‘arrest’ of the Justice Secretary outside his home, saying his actions were on behalf of all children stopped from seeing their fathers.

In October, five protestors camped out on the roof of Deputy PM Nick Clegg in the same cause.


Zoompad said...

Well, now Ken Clarke can see for himself the disgusting bullying that we women have had to suffer from these men who drag us (egged on by corrupt moneygrubbing lawyers) through the secret family courts if we try to escape from their vile treatment of us and our children.

I like Ken Clarke. I think he is trying to do something to stop judicial abuse.

I hope he will stand up to these bullies.

For too many years the secret family courts have been used as a stalking weapon against victims of DV. These men are encouraged by corrupt lawyers to accuse their ex partners of Parental Alienation Syndrome, which was invented by American paedophiles. Paedophiles love PAS, because it keeps their victim chained by law to them.

Come on Ken, flex your muscles! Don't let these bullies get the upper hand.

Zoompad said...

"protestors threatened to storm the pulpit at Canterbury Cathedral"

More bullying. If these people were protesting against the child abuse that the church has winked its eye at it would at least be a good cause, but these men are acting like spoilt unruly kids who can't have their own way. Its all me me me. What sort of an example are they setting their children?

Most of these men have been stopped from seeing their children for very good reason - the courts are biased towards men having contact. Most contact cases go in favour of the father having contact.

Zoompad said...

The Fathers Rights groups - they get themselves onto select committees. They have some sort of Midas touch to be able to influence Government.

How do they do this? I don't know, but I do know they have some pretty big backers.

I am certainly not "anti men", as I have been accused of, what I am against is paedophiles being given the right to see children they have abused, as is what is happening right now in secret family courts all over the UK.

The use of Parental Alienation Syndrome should be stopped immediatly in the UK courts. It was invented by a paedophile.

Zoompad said...

Look at how fathers rights groups are able to influence govenment with EDMs.

EDM 482
Children and Shared Parenting, 26th January 2004
52 Signatures
Leigh, Edward
Bailey, Adrian Barnes, Harry Beggs, Roy
Bennett, Andrew Blunt, Crispin Bottomley, Peter
Bottomley, Virginia Brake, Tom Breed, Colin
Burns, Simon Cable, Vincent Calton, Patsy
Cameron, David Caton, Martin Chapman, Sydney
Colman, Tony Cranston, Ross Dobbin, Jim
Doughty, Sue Drew, David Etherington, Bill
Francis, Hywel Garnier, Edward George, Andrew
Hunter, Andrew Hurst, Alan Jenkins, Brian
Jones, Nigel Kaufman, Gerald King, Andy
Lamb, Norman Lloyd, Tony Marris, Rob
Marsden, Paul Martlew, Eric McWalter, Tony
McWilliam, John Reed, Andy Robinson, Iris
Selous, Andrew Sheerman, Barry Simpson, Alan
Singh, Marsha Spink, Bob Stinchcombe, Paul
Taylor, David Tyler, Paul Wright, David
Winterton, Ann Winterton, Nicholas
That this House believes that children are best brought up with the full
involvement of both their natural parents and, if possible, grandparents and
members of their wider family; further believes that all children of
separated parents are entitled to the love, personal care and support of
both their natural parents in their everyday lives unless reason is shown
otherwise; further believes that both parents have a duty to support the
relationship of a child with the other parent; further believes that public and
private institutions should recognise both parents of children with whom
they deal; further believes that all involved parties should seek to minimise
any loss of damage done by divorce or separation or alienation to
children's relationships with either of their parents or with their wider
family; further believes that the rewards of, and sacrifices of resources
devoted to, parenting should be fairly shared between the parents; and
calls for public policy to be adapted to remove obstacles to this objective.

Zoompad said...

Shared parenting probably sounds great to someone like David Cameron, who would rather fly to the moon than punch his wife or rape any of his children, but not all men are like him, some men are really really wicked and clever, and they prey on children. Some men even look for single women with children to marry, so they can rape their kids, thats how wicked paedophiles are, and these scumbags have depended on the innocence and naivity of people like David Cameron to trick them, pretending to be hard done by fathers, instead of the paedophiles they actually are.

Zoompad said...

EDM 128
Parenting Time Presumption, 18.05.2005
362 signatures
May, Theresa
Abbott, Diane Ainsworth, Peter Alexander, Danny
Amess, David Ancram, Michael Anderson, David
Arbuthnot, James Atkins, Charlotte Atkinson, Peter
Austin, Ian Austin, John Bacon, Richard
Baker, Norman Baldry, Tony Banks, Gordon
Barker, Gregory Barlow, Celia Baron, John
Barrett, John Bayley, Hugh Begg, Anne
Bellingham, Henry Benyon, Richard Bercow, John
Berry, Roger Betts, Clive Binley, Brian
Roberta Blunt, Crispin Bone, Peter
Borrow, David S Bottomley, Peter Brady, Graham
Brake, Tom Brazier, Julian Breed, Colin
Brokenshire, James Brown, Nicholas Browne, Jeremy
Bruce, Malcolm Burgon, Colin Burns, Simon
Burrowes, David Burstow, Paul Burt, Alistair
Burt, Lorely Butler, Dawn Butterfill, John
Cable, Vincent Cameron, David Campbell, Gregory
Campbell, Ronnie Carmichael, Alistair Carswell, Douglas
Caton, Martin Challen, Colin Clapham, Michael
Clappison, James Clark, Greg Clark, Katy
Clegg, Nick Clelland, David Cohen, Harry
Connarty, Michael Conway, Derek Cook, Frank
Cooper, Rosie Corbyn, Jeremy Crabb, Stephen
Crausby, David Cruddas, Jon Cryer, Ann

Zoompad said...

Cunningham, Jim Curry, David Curtis-Thomas, Claire
Davies, David TC Davies, Philip Davies, Quentin
Davis, David Dean, Janet Devine, Jim
Dismore, Andrew Djanogly, Jonathan Dobbin, Jim
Dodds, Nigel Donaldson, Jeffrey Donohoe, Brian H
Doran, Frank Dorrell, Stephen Dorries, Nadine
Dowd, Jim Duddridge, James Duncan, Alan
Dunne, Philip Durkan, Mark Efford, Clive
Ellwood, Tobias Engel, Natascha Ennis, Jeff
Page 6 of 8
January 2009
Etherington, Bill Evans, Nigel Evennett, David
Fabricant, Michael Fallon, Michael Farron, Timothy
Featherstone, Lynne Field, Frank Field, Mark
Flello, Robert Flynn, Paul Foster, Don
Foster, Michael Jabez Fox, Liam Francis, Hywel
Francois, Mark Fraser, Christopher Galloway, George
Gapes, Mike Garnier, Edward Gauke, David
George, Andrew George, Bruce Gerrard, Neil
Gibson, Ian Gillan, Cheryl Godsiff, Roger
Goldsworthy, Julia Goodman, Helen Goodman, Paul
Goodwill, Robert Gove, Michael Gray, James
Grayling, Chris Greening, Justine Greenway, John
Grieve, Dominic Grogan, John Gummer, John
Hamilton, David Hamilton, Fabian Hammond, Philip
Hammond, Stephen Hancock, Mike Hands, Greg
Harper, Mark Harris, Evan Harvey, Nick
Hayes, John Heald, Oliver Heath, David
Hemming, John Henderson, Doug Hendry, Charles
Herbert, Nick Hermon, Lady Hillier, Meg
Hodgson, Sharon Hoey, Kate Holloway, Adam
Holmes, Paul Hood, Jim Hopkins, Kelvin
Horam, John Horwood, Martin Hosie, Stewart
Howard, Michael Howarth, David Howarth, George
Hoyle, Lindsay Hughes, Simon Huhne, Chris
Humble, Joan Hunt, Jeremy Hunter, Mark
Hurd, Nick Iddon, Brian Jack, Michael
Jackson, Stewart Jenkin, Bernard Jenkins, Brian
Jones, David Jones, Kevan Jones,

Zoompad said...

Kawczynski, Daniel Keen, Alan Keetch, Paul
Kemp, Fraser Key, Robert Khan, Sadiq
Kilfoyle, Peter Kirkbride, Julie Knight, Greg
Laing, Eleanor Lait, Jacqui Lamb, Norman
Lancaster, Mark Lansley, Andrew Laxton, Bob
Lazarowicz, Mark Leech, John Leigh, Edward
Lepper, David Letwin, Oliver Lewis, Julian
Lidington, David Lilley, Peter Lloyd, Tony
Llwyd, Elfyn Loughton, Tim Love, Andrew
Luff, Peter MacKay, Andrew Maclean, David
MacNeil, Angus Main, Anne Malins, Humfrey
Maples, John Marris, Rob Marsden, Gordon
Marshall, David Marshall-Andrews,
Robert Mates, Michael
Maude, Francis McCafferty, Chris McCarthy-Fry, Sarah
McCrea, Dr William McDonnell, Alasdair McDonnell, John
McGovern, Jim McGrady, Eddie McIntosh, Anne
Page 7 of 8
January 2009
McLoughlin, Patrick Meacher, Michael Mercer, Patrick
Miller, Maria Milton, Anne Mitchell, Andrew
Mitchell, Austin Moore, Michael Morden, Jessica
Morgan, Julie Moss, Malcolm Mulholland, Greg
Mullin, Chris Mundell, David Murphy, Denis
Murphy, Paul Murrison, Andrew Naysmith, Doug
Newmark, Brooks Oaten, Mark O'Brien, Stephen
O'Hara, Edward Olner, Bill Opik, Lembit
Osborne, Sandra Ottaway, Richard Owen, Albert
Paice, James Pelling, Andrew Penning, Mike
Penrose, John Pickles, Eric Pope, Greg
Price, Adam Prisk, Mark Pritchard, Mark
Prosser, Gwyn Pugh, John Randall, John
Reed, Jamie Reid, Alan Rifkind, Malcolm
Riordan, Linda Robertson, Angus Robertson, Hugh
Robertson, Laurence Robinson, Iris Robinson, Peter
Rogerson, Daniel Rosindell, Andrew Rowen, Paul
Ruane, Chris Ruddock, Joan Ruffley, David
Russell, Bob Salmond, Alex Salter, Martin
Sanders, Adrian Scott, Lee Selous, Andrew
Shapps, Grant Shepherd, Richard Short, Clare
Simpson, David Simpson, Keith Singh, Marsha
Skinner, Dennis Smith, Geraldine Smith, Robert
Soames, Nicholas Southworth, Helen Spellar, John
Spelman, Caroline Spicer, Michael Spink, Bob
Strang, Gavin Streeter, Gary Stuart, Graham
Stunell, Andrew Swayne, Desmond Swire, Hugo
Syms, Robert Tami, Mark Taylor, David
Taylor, Ian Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Richard
Teather, Sarah Thurso, John Todd, Mark
Tredinnick, David Trickett, Jon Truswell, Paul
Turner, Desmond Ussher, Kitty Vaizey, Edward
Vara, Shailesh Vaz, Keith Viggers, Peter
Villiers, Theresa Vis, Rudi Walker, Charles
Wallace, Ben Walley, Joan Walter, Robert
Wareing, Robert N Waterson, Nigel Watkinson, Angela
Webb, Steve Weir, Mike Whittingdale, John
Widdecombe, Ann Wiggin, Bill Willetts, David
Williams, Betty Williams, Hywel Williams, Roger
Williams, Stephen Willis, Phil Willott, Jenny
Wilshire, David Wilson, Robert Wilson, Sammy
Winterton, Ann Winterton, Nicholas Wishart, Pete
Wright, Jeremy Wyatt, Derek Yeo, Tim
Younger-Ross, Richard
Page 8 of 8
January 2009
That this House believes that separated parents should each have a legal
presumption of contact with their children, so that both parents can
continue to parent their children and children are able to benefit from
being parented by both their parents, as well as from contact with any
grandparents and extended family members able and willing to play a role
in their upbringing; and urges the Government to replace the legal term
`contact' with `parenting time' and to ensure that parenting time orders can
be and are made and enforced by the courts, save where a child's safety
would be at risk

Zoompad said...

Look at all the names they got on that EDM!

How can we who were abused have any chance, we rape survivors dont have any voice to shout, we are like little mice squeaking, these people dont listen to us!

But the Lord has a very big voice, and if the Government wont listen and protect us and our children, the Lord will.

Zoompad said...

Us mothers who have been abused and tortured for trying to protect our children, we wont be going round Ken Clarks house and other politicians houses to bully them like these men have done.

We will just carry on writing letters, like we have been doing, pleading with people like David Cameron, Ken Clarke, our own MPs, to do something to protect us and our children against the wicked men who abuse the justice system to prey on us and our children.

And we will carry on asking God to defend us, trusting the Lord, who sees everything.

Zoompad said...

And now, (drum roll) some very interesting information about Father for Justice and Families Need Fathers.

FATHERS 4 JUSTICE & FNFCategory:Organisations - Non-Profit OrganisationsDescription:This Group has been setup solely to get justice for fathers who have been victimised by The Courts... enough is enough...Privacy type:Open: All content is public..


■Anil Chandar (creator)

Zoompad said...

News:When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.--Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. ."

Zoompad said...


Zoompad said...


"it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security"



Zoompad said...

I have written thousands of letters to UK politicians about the secret family courts. I have actually been tortured in the secret family courts. Abused as a child, tortured as an adult.

Does that give me the right to go round terrorising MPs? NO IT DOES NOT! So what makes these men think they have the right to do these things?

There are paedophiles in the Fathers Rights movement. They cover up for each other. They have pulled the wool over many peoples eyes, because they are so cunning. In 2002 they even tricked David Cameron into obstructing the police investigations into child abuse.

Paedophiles dont care who they stamp on to get what they want. They will destroy the whole country as long as they can get what they want.

Zoompad said...

"In 2002 they even tricked David Cameron into obstructing the police investigations into child abuse. "

After the LordMcAlpine/Graham Ovenden cover up I have changed my mind about him being tricked, I think he knew.

I am so disgusted by them all.