THEN IT MAKES SENSE [ 2 of 3 ]

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In the Network Mom we are in daily contact with a large number of women who have experienced complete meaninglessness. They have met the dark side of the Parental Responsibility Act: Abuse of power, collapse of the rule of law and an altogether sick culture.

We have asked ourselves: What would make this law make sense? Here are our suggestions:

– If Denmark is planning to reach the lowest level of education in the world, then it all makes sense. Even those children, who are not submitted to violence, are run down by the Danish tradition for 7/7-contact agreements (the child lives 7 days with each parent alternately). These children use ALL of their energy on living in two homes with absolutely no coherence. So they loose their learning ability. Danish children have NO ROOM for learning.

– It is also possible that Denmark has planned to allow so much space for secret societies that they recover the Danish economy. Therefore, Denmark ignores corruption and abuse of power. That way, secret societies love it in Denmark. That way, it makes complete sense why it is not mandatory for EVERYONE in public service to inform of any membership of secret societies. And to hold EVERYONE accountable under criminal law, who give statements in cases involving children.

– If Denmark wants to make it possible to transfer its agenda directly onto the children without the interference of parents’ critical attitude, then it all makes sense. The ENTIRE movement in Denmark is aiming to distance children from their parents. Removing children from parents has 5-doubled within the past 5 years. The reform of public schools forces children to spend all day in schools and they have to apply for a permit to have hobbies in the afternoon. The Parental Responsibility Law gives the last word to the State Administration in case divorced parents don’t agree. And that happens often for divorced parents.

The law places children in a vacuum. And whoops, then it is the State that decides the most important things in the lives of children.

A woman, who has a child under the Danish Parental Responsibility Act, NO LONGER HAS THE SAME RIGHTS AND POSSIBILITIES as other women. She will have to leave behind her children, if she wants to live as a free person.

If Denmark DOES NOT WANT a modern society with democracy, rule of law and equal rights, then the Parental Responsibility Act makes total sense!

 

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