A father’s message to his young son

Sometimes a picture tells a thousand words.

http://world4justice.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/dads-message-to-son/#comment-8662

We’re going to be focusing our campaign more on the rights of fathers, children, and grandparents, in the 18 months before we fight the 2015 general election.

About mikebuchanan1957

I'm a British writer, publisher, and men's human rights advocate ('MHRA'). Formerly a business executive (1979-2010), my primary focus is leading a political party, Justice for men & boys (and the women who love them) http://j4mb.wordpress.com. We've launched a consultation exercise to help us develop a manifesto for the 2015 general election, at which we plan to contest a number of seats. I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business http://c4mb.wordpress.com and Anti-Feminism League http://fightingfeminism.wordpress.com.
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2 Responses to A father’s message to his young son

  1. mrnotms says:

    A point often missed (but picked up on here) is the devastation caused to the father’s relatives by this sort of behaviour – mainly the grandparents, one of whom, of course is female. A lot of paternal grandmothers know very well the nastiness of some divorced wives.

    I have a friend whose wife effectively drove her husband to suicide by her threats to take the kids away (the husband, my friend’s son, shot himself); she showed no remorse, not even at his funeral. These paternal grandparents now feel they will never see their grandchildren again. She has cut off relationships with them and was planning to live abroad.

    Now remind me what that Denver bunch of Toadies said? http://www.nomas.org/node/220

  2. chefyc says:

    Reblogged this on Los españoles se merecen saberlo, por la Paz y la verdadera Igualdad en España! and commented:
    El mensaje de un padre a su hijo
    A veces una imagen vale más que mil palabras.

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