Breaking down children through trauma.
Are women and children not human beings in Ireland in 2010.?
Most people worldwide look at Ireland and think it is a modern progressive country, yet hidden from public view are the family courts where abuses of human rights are taking place on a regular basis.
Here in Ireland battered and abused mothers and children are treated as they were in the dark ages of the 16th century. Solicitors are being told by learned men and women of the bench not to bring cases of domestic abuse and child abuse before them as they are sick to death of it. Judges have been trained over the years to believe that all women fabricate domestic abuse and child abuse. The only abuse the judges etc admit that exists is physical abuse, yet professionals fully educated in domestic abuse have full knowledge of the 8 forms of domestic terrorism and that the mental, psychological, financial abuse and control are equal forms of abuse, but because they leave no visible scars, the judges and court assessors fail in their role to protect these women and their children.
Recently in USA, research has shown that everything these battered and abused women and their children have been saying is true. The very system designed to protect them, abuses them over and over and even removes the children from the protective parent and places them with violent one and sometimes excludes the protector totally from the lives of the children.
In Ireland, in order that the child has contact with both parents, children are being broken down by various state agents in the knowledge that once the child is broken he/she will then bond with the abuser. Locking children in rooms with known abusers is abuse and a crime. Yet it is done in the name of the law. This trauma bonding is of course a crime in any other circumstance, except in family law. Even worse, the HSE will use Electric Shock Therapy on children if they cannot break them using other methods. As an added punishment these children then have their inheritance taken from them in more secret court proceedings. Their abuser often ordered not to pay a penny maintenance for them. The children end up totally confused by the judge rewarding the abuser and punishing them and the victim.
What must the children of Ireland think of the child protectors and the legal system? They know the law is in place to protect them, but that is not what actually happens in secret courts. The secrecy, the punishing of the innocent, the twisting of words, the lack of proof etc. The perpetrators of domestic abuse and child abuse are rarely if ever prosecuted or punished.Why? Abusers know the law is on their side and remind their victims of this fact and even taunt them with words like “you can never escape me”. The protective parent on the other hand is punished for daring to protect the children and for trying to break free from violence.
The institution of marriage in Ireland was designed to keep women and children in their place, that is under the control of the male patriarch. Who would believe such crimes against innocent children could be happening in secret in Ireland.? Yet I am reliably informed that children in Ireland in 2010 have their human rights breached regularly in family court proceedings.
What kind of a country is Ireland that we allowed the men of God to abuse and torture our precious children for hundreds of years,while being conditioned that suffering was good for their souls, and now in 2010 we have men and women of the law telling the children that fragmenting their souls through court ordered abuse and trauma bonding is good for them because the adult abuser must have contact with them in the eyes of the law.?
Trauma bonding often leads to Disassociative Identity Disorder and other mental problems, so why is it ordered legally in secret family courts? How many children have committed suicide due to being legally tortured by those paid to protect the children.? Is not Ireland now a signatory to the European Human Rights Laws? Are women and children not human beings in Ireland in 2010. Is the 16th century mentality of women and children being mere possessions still in existence.? Judging by the actions of family court judges and state agents this appears to be the case. All human beings have the human right to live in peace and safe from harm, but in Ireland that is not so when it pertains to women and children.
Abused women are often forced to remain under the same roof as their abusers for years, because of the law, where the couple must live apart for 4 out of the 5 years before applying for divorce. Many women in Ireland have not worked outside of the home since marriage or since having children, due to the extremely high cost of childcare. For these women they are financially dependent on their husbands and so are unable to move out independently until after the divorce. This means the children are also forced to live under the same roof and cope with all the daily stresses and hostile atmosphere, which of course deprives the children of their right to a peaceful and loving existence in a safe and secure home. Some of the abused women end up in mental hospitals unable to cope with the torment any longer.
Yet in divorce proceedings these abused women are deemed “mad” and loose custody of their children to the abuser. The perpetrator sneering and telling the judge “I told you she was mad”. This picture is an exact copy of 16th century Inquisition days where women were deemed mad and witches while being persecuted by their inquisitors. A woman who grows organic crops can be labelled a witch in Ireland and loose all assets and property to her abuser. No proof is required. No broomstick required, just old fashioned thinking of state agents whose minds are stuck in the dark ages. None of this is ever reported in the media due to the in camera rule.
Another aspect of the Irish Family Law proceedings which needs to be brought to light is, that reports prepared for the court by agencies like HSE, Probation Services, Psychologists, Psychiatrists etc are not always given to the clients or their solicitors to read thus breaching Act 6 of Human Rights, right to a fair trial. The clients have absolutely no idea what is written about them in these reports and get no opportunity to rebut any allegation therein.
In open court under common law, would any of the above be allowed to happen? If the media were invited into these courts, would the children be legally ordered into serious abuse where their souls are fragmented into a million pieces through trauma bonding and deliberate breaking down of their minds? Children are made into objects in the minds of professionals thus rendering them non human and so can easily be treated in an inhuman way without affecting the consciences of the adult court agents.
The world has every right to see Irish people for what we truly are as a nation. Until 1996, Ireland still had homes for unmarried mothers where they were kept away from “normal” people, simply because the church deemed them fallen women. Often their children were sold to rich couples from USA and their identifies changed. Our history shows little respect for our children and their mothers. We still do not have equal respect for women and children but allow our children to be legally abused in 2010 by perpetrators of abuse aided and abetted by various state agents and all rubber stamped by our learned judges who are fully aware of the consequences to the innocent children and the abused mothers.