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ALL PROFESSIONALS STATE THAT EITHER OF THESE ACTIONS IS CHILD ABUSE! SO LET”S TELL OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS, Most states do not consider these child abuse besides what professionals say. Help tell child services, the courts, law makers and DA’s this is ABUSE!!!!!!!!

Parental Alienation Syndrome

What is PAS? definition of PAS is:

1. The Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a disorder that arises primarily in the context of child-custody disputes.

2. Its primary manifestation is the child’s campaign of denigration against a parent, a campaign that has no justification.

3. It results from the combination of a programming (brainwashing) of a parent’s indoctrinations and the child’s own contributions to the vilification of the targeted parent.

PROFESSIONALS AGREE. Any attempt at alienating the children from the other parent should be seen as a direct and willful violation of one of the prime duties of parenthood.

 

Malicious Mother Syndrome

What is MMS? definition of MMS is: The present section provides a beginning definition of the Divorce Related Malicious Mother Syndrome, which has been derived from clinical and legal cases. As in all initial proposals, it is anticipated that future research will lead to greater refinement in the taxonomic criteria.

The proposed definition encompasses four major criteria, as follows: A mother who unjustifiably punishes her divorcing or divorced husband by:

Attempting to alienate their mutual child(ren) from the father

Involving others in malicious actions against the father

Engaging in excessive litigation

The mother specifically attempts to deny her child(ren): Regular uninterrupted visitation with the father, Uninhibited telephone access to the father, paternal participation in the child(ren)’s school life and extra-curricular activities

The pattern is pervasive and includes malicious acts towards the husband including:Lying to the children, Lying to others, Violations of law

The disorder is not specifically due to another mental disorder although a separate mental disorder may co-exist

Research shows that: • 60 percent of America’s rapists came from fatherless homes. • 72 percent of adolescent murderers grew up without a father. • 70 percent of long-term prison inmates are fatherl

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CPS – Modern Day Slave System

New Massa CPS slave trade

I have had the good fortune of knowing Leonard in the early days of AFRA (www.familyrights.us) and the Internet for that matter circa 2000/2001.  Leonard was always so nice to me, understanding, and a person who I could speak to about my concerns and frustrations.  He is straight-forward and very brilliant.  If it weren’t for Leonard, I would not understand the law as I do.  If it weren’t for my knowledge, I would not have taught my child her constitutional rights. Leonard is the Harriet Tubman of this movement.  Leonard has been a father, uncle, brother, and dear friend to me.  Leonard means the world to me.  (besides he puts up with my sista-with-an-attitude side!)  :)

 

Since I am a Sista, I see things through my lens.  I have an above-average knowledge of slavery in this country.  I studied it because I wanted to understand why black families, not all but some, are really damaged.  Why are they so broken?  Why is there so much poverty, illiteracy, violence, etc.  And I can trace much of what is going on today to the problems of slavery.  Legal kidnappings did not just begin with CPS.  The states have always needed to make money off of every single person in their state.  And they have always relied on free labor.  So the best way that they can do this is with the elderly, the prison population and children.  They make them slaves of the state. When slavery ended, supposedly, in 1865 it was actually “ratified.”  Ratified means “formally approved and invested with legal authority.”

 

So that’s when the 13th amendment was adopted.  But we were taught in school that the 13th amendment states, “slavery is abolished.”  But what does abolish mean?  Well it means:

1. To do away with; annul.

2. To destroy completely.

 

But in 2000, I Google’d the 13th amendment and guess what it says?

Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

 

The word “abolish” appears nowhere in the amendment.  So why were we taught that?

 

That’s a rhetorical question and I will leave it that way.  But after slavery, they used LAWS to keep black people, especially black men in bondage.  The states who relied on slavery now used Jim Crow Laws to keep black people in check.  And black people worked for darn near free.  But in 1964, the Civil Rights Passage Act was passed and it officially ended Jim Crow.  But in the last thirty years, the states have been running out of money.  They cannot tax citizens otherwise we would all be in the streets looting and rioting as they are in Britain and in Philly.  So they must figure out a way to raise money.  Well, let’s see….slavery lasted 500 years and we have recorded history of how profitable free labor was to us.  And we have this new ratified amendment.  So we will use children, although there are CHILD LABOR LAWS.  During slavery, the fields were filled with kids picking cotton, pulling weeds, tending to the animals.  Don’t believe what you see in the movie “Roots.”  The older people were not out in the fields.  A slave woman would give birth to her baby by a slave man.  And the massa would come in and snatch that baby from her.  That woman would be enraged and want to kill massa.  But oops, it’s against the law for her to kill him or to slap the taste out of his mouth.  She better not even look at him like she is mad.  Or, that would be reason enough for him to rape and beat her and even stand her slave husband in front of her and murder him while she watched.  Typically, when slaves would say that “she was sent down da river,” that meant that the child was put on a boat that travelled down the muddy Mississippi  into the deep and harshest parts of the dirty South.  And that child was never heard from again.  Slaves had no legal say.

 

Today, the first thing the government does is to remove parental rights.  In doing so, parents have no legal say as to what happens to their child.  Although they are held responsible if they “kidnap” their child back or if they “cuss out a judge,” they have no legal protections because the deeper the child gets into today’s dirty South known as CPS, the child is no longer the same child.  The child becomes a slave and works for free sitting in slave quarters also known as foster homes.  And the more paperwork that they can build on parents, the more of a slave you become because even if you are not duly convicted of a crime as stated in the 13th amendment, you are smeared so badly and your nerves are so shot that it would be easy for anyone to believe the false allegations.

 

Today, black children who make up only 15% of this country’s total population, make up more than 30% of the kids in foster care.  Now definitely there are black parents that suck.  They do not have the common sense to raise kids.  But there are plenty of stories where black kids were taken away because of built-in predjudices and cultural unawareness.  Hell, I had CPS at my door because they said I neglected my daughter although I lived in an expensive gated community where we had a mini putt putt golf course and sand volleyball course in our backyard.  She had clothes, her own bedroom with a king size bed and her own bathroom.  But because I am a Black Moma and my child better not think it is okay to disrespect me and I don’t let my daughter cuss me out or run around and turn Emo and cut her wrists and wear goth like the suburb kids, then there is something wrong with me???? No that’s cultural unawareness.  Well, I knew the law, thanks to Leonard.  And my daughter knew the law because I raised her from day one to be leary of people who fake nice to collect a paychek. If I had not known the laws and what to do, then I would have likely cussed out them white folks who came to my door looking at me half crazy.  And had I done that, then I would have been labeled and my daughter would have been added to the kids who are black and “unwanted” in foster care.

 

So I say all of this to say that black kids keep the foster care system going.  They are not adopted as frequently.  So they keep the steady money flowing.  Most black parents, like me, are single and do not have money to hire an attorney.  Black kids are the “field negroes.”  But it’s the white babies and children who make the most money for the courts.  So they are like the “house negros” who resemble massa and are closest to massa.  They are placed on auction blocks at court houses all over the country and sold to the highest bidder.  The parents of these white children have money and they sell their homes, boats, cars, liquidate their stocks and bonds, and borrow from their middle and wealthy family and friends.  They are the greatest target because unlike most black youth (and parents), they naively still believe that this country is made for “you and me.”  They still have a baseball and apple pie mentality.  So they feed massa .

 

So what do I think is the solution?  Well, we need to teach our kids the law and the constitution.  When they come knocking at the door, we need to follow the law by the book.  If your child is taken away, I strongly believe that less is more.  Do not talk so much.  Do not spend so much.  The only thing you should do a lot of is DOCUMENT.  Document your entire life even before CPS shows up at the door.  You should have evidence of your life and love for your kids.  You should get letters from the school or record teachers when you visit the school so that if they say “you are doing a great job raising Johnny” then you have evidence of it.  You never know if that same person will be the one who becomes a mandatory reporter and turns you in.  And prepare your child’s case.  Record everything that CPS has done.  Every violation.  Every breach of the law and their policies.  And most importantly, study on AFRA.

 

I am sad for those of you who do not have your children with you.  But please prepare their case.  You cannot sue the state for the damage to your family.  But they did it in the “best interest of the child” so prepare a case for your child to sue the pants off of the state.  No one will listen to parents like they will our kids!

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