Thanks Anonymums for the great graphic!
Father’s Rights groups ran wild trying to get our governors to proclaim today “Parental Alienation Awareness Day.” Of the few governors that signed, I believe most were duped about this claim often used by abusive parents, being such an easy online process for the most part. One state even states on their website when applying for a proclamation:
Good try guys. People are learning the truth of the “Parental Alienation” scam meant to support the Whores of the Court by the abusers who hire them. Your cult even had to run to Canada to hold a conference on this.
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges discredited the theory. It stated:
The discredited “diagnosis” of “PAS” (or allegation of “parental alienation”), quite apart from its scientific invalidity, inappropriately asks the court to assume that the children’s behaviors and attitudes toward the parent who claims to be “alienated” have no grounding in reality. It also diverts attention away from the behaviors of the abusive parent, who may have directly influenced the children’s responses by acting in violent, disrespectful, intimidating, humiliating and/or discrediting ways toward the children themselves, or the children’s other parent.
Yes, they really did report this. Family court judges should be made to read this! See Page 24 of the report below.
Navigating Custody & Visitation Evaluations in Cases with Domestic Violence: A Judge’s Guide by Clare Dalton LLM, et.al., please click here.
Are good fathers sucked in by this? You betcha. With all due respect to several fathers who respectfully comment here, you guys have been duped too. Call it what it is….if your child has been turned from you, don’t allow someone to label it parental alienation, call it what it is….parental kidnapping, parent-bashing, whatever. Call it what it is.