Betrayal of the Child: A Father's Guide to the Courts, Divorce, Custody and Children's Rights (英語) ペーパーバック – 2001/5
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Never before has society been faced with such a challenge-deciding what principles should guide lawmakers, parents and the courts in protecting the rights and needs of children involved in divorce and custody cases. Tens of millions of children are being deprived of their human and psychological rights to treasured relationships with male parents. Why? How can fathers fight for justice? "Betrayal of the Child", written with compassion and insight, refutes "The Best Interests of the Child" (Freud, Solnit & Goldstein) single parent theology and concludes that only two parents can serve the best interests of children.
Stewart Rein has been intimately involved in children's human rights issues for over twelve years. He has worked in the UK with Families Need Fathers as Chairman of the Parliamentary Affairs Committee, The Children's & Human Rights Council, The United Nations Human Rights Commission, and has advised on government social policy issues. He has argued before state, federal and international courts, defending children's rights. Mr. Rein has authored several important papers, given evidence before the New Yorj State Legislature, and has produced TV programs such as "The Human Rights Enigma" series on children's rights in international law and "Wednesday's Children" a Special on International Parental Child Abduction. He has appeared on radio and television in Europe and America, and has been on the Faculty for the Children's Rights Council 2001 National Conference and guest speaker/presenter for the PARENT, Inc. International Conference on Parental Child Abduction.
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I've read several highly regarded father and children's rights books, and find this one by far the best. This book makes it apparent why the most staggering human rights violations in the history of the world are being perpetrated by the state and federal governments of the United States and the United Kingdom, in particular, against their own laws and ratified treaties with the United Nations. It is concerned with no less than government coerced self-implosion, using our precious children as fodder by dysfunctional, deviant, and self-appointed misandrists.
Now I finally understand why my children's lives are being ruined and I, as their father, can do nothing to prevent it. My question as to why those sworn to uphold the law in the state of Iowa would intentionally break the law, knowingly ensuring that my children will then be subjected to neglect, and physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, has finally been answered. This book makes it clear why any attempt to protect my children is met with hostility towards me, and additional abuse being forced upon them. And the detrimental lifelong consequences to my children, and to their own descendants, are becoming quite clear.
This book is for anyone truly concerned with children, men, women, our society, our descendants, or our future. Unless you find widespread, state sponsored torture and deprivation to humans desirable, I suggest you purchase and read this great work immediately, and then seriously consider taking action to prevent the downfall of western civilization.
Thank you Stewart, for your great and noble work for children.
Despite the fact that his ex is lying about where his child support is going (luckily we have proof), her moving out of state (illegal in this state), changing his daughter's last name, refusing to let her call him "daddy" and the fact that he hasn't seen her in months (those are just the the tip of the iceburg)... there is that doubt. Because she is "The Mother".
It seems that unless a woman is on drugs or a mental institution (actually in a hospital, because meds, or refusal to take them, isn't enough apparently) the father is at the mercy of the mother's every bad day.
So we go, to possibly spend thousands of dollars, just to make the messed up court system acknowledge a beautiful, bright, six year old girl's right to know her father, any new siblings, and her father's extended family. Maybe.
And if this book seems a little "pro-man", and therefor "anti-woman", so be it. There are plenty of "empowering" books for women, why not men?