Tym razem polskie media mówią matka “uprowadziła” zamiast “powróciła”, czyli następny “Cud nad Wisłą”.

Portugalia Policja

Następny przykład jak polskie media zmieniają język i zamiast “powrotu” dolepiają matce nalepkę “porywaczka”.  Dlaczego? Bo matka pochodziła z Portugalii i nie mogła się pogodzić z faktem, że jej prawa rodzicielskie zostały odebrane tylko dlatego, że pochodziła z innego kraju niż Polska.

W kraju, gdzie ojcowie mają gwarantowaną pozycję “tatusia na weekend, jeśli mama pozwoli”, tym razem ten wyjątkowy znalazł się w szczęśliwej grupie rodzynków 4%, gdzie sędziowie feministki potraktowały lojalność narodowościową ponad normalnie obyczajowo przyjęty polski standard – “Mama dobra, tata do dupy…”.

Oj jak różne standardy “prawnicze” jeśli porównamy je z tymi obowiązującymi w Irlandii (patrz historia Aniki Kamińskiej)  lub gdzie indziej, gdzie szowinizm narodowy nie decyduje o dobru dziecka. Continue reading “Tym razem polskie media mówią matka “uprowadziła” zamiast “powróciła”, czyli następny “Cud nad Wisłą”.”

Eileen Clark loses her another attempt to fight extradition to US for her 1998 parental abduction.

Eileen Clark is 56 years old according to the Oxford mail article. I’ve written about her before. American TV celebrity, Dr. Phill, had a show about her and the parental abduction she committed in 1998, as she took her children illegally to England.

Now she uses every excuse not to be returned to the United States and face the music. All of the sudden she cannot fly, she developed PTSD (or some other SD), claims another abuse…. blah, blah, blah…

Obviously, she did not have such issues when she kidnapped her 3 children from a loving husband and father. No Sir Ree Bob! Luckily, the judges in the UK never bought her lies, and the process of getting her back to the US seems to get closer to its final conclusion.
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When well meaning people get duped into helping lairs – 2012 Parental abduction from Australia epilogue

Melissa and Troy Thomson duped by a kindapper

Not so long ago, I wrote a post praising Australian TV show “60 minutes” about the impartial coverage of international child abduction of 4 children by an Australian mother Laura Garrett from their Italian father  Tommaso Vincenti.

Yesterday, I stumbled upon the followup broadcast by the same reporter, Tara Brown, which uncovers how evil and manipulating the mother really was. It was published at the end of 2013. The shocking part (not for me though) was about how another Australian family, Melissa and Troy Thomson decided to get involved and help the “poor” mother. The family, which helped to organize financial help for the kidnapper, how they help to stage the media dramatic events, how their teenage daughter coached Tommaso’s daughters to stage “spontaneous” outbursts of rage for the only purpose – gain public sympathy, shock the TV viewers. All, to prevent the return to Italy.

In the interview, Melissa Thomson admits regret in helping Garrett. “I was made part of this by deception.” Both Melissa and Troy acknowledged that thanks to their actions Laura received tens of thousands of dollars for legal defense.  What happened to all of the money? Who knows. Continue reading “When well meaning people get duped into helping lairs – 2012 Parental abduction from Australia epilogue”