North Cornwall Constituency Parliamentary Election, 7th May 2015

 Men make lousy mums

... but, then again, women make lousy dads.









         John William Allman



  Let every child have both parents.





The 1959 Declaration on the Rights of the Child, Principle 6, declared:


“The child, for the full and harmonious development of his personality, needs love and understanding.  He shall, wherever possible, grow up in the care and under the responsibility of his parents, and, in any case, in an atmosphere of affection and of moral and material security ...”


Both parents.  Every child. Wherever possible.


The United Kingdom is not only failing to secure the Principle 6 right of every child to both parents “wherever possible”.  It is actively undermining that right.  Selfish, belligerent parents, and ideologically-driven, or lazy and cruel social workers and family court judges have denied many a child the right to any relationship at all, with mum, or with dad, or sometimes with either of that child’s natural parents.  Even when it would be perfectly “possible” for those children to grow up in the care and under the responsibility of both their parents.


In the process, many a child is losing contact not just with mum or dad, or with mum and dad, but with grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, and cousins galore.  The main reason you hear so little about this gross abuse of simply millions of British children on the news, is that these decisions are taken behind closed doors.  Parents, several a week, are being jailed, just for complaining about such injustices.


If you look at the situation conventionally, the votes cast in the forthcoming election that will most effect the future, will be the votes that decide whether Mr Rogerson (Lib) will return to Westminster to resume his career as an MP, or whether Mr Mann (Con) will replace him.  If you think unconventionally, you may decide that that doesn’t much matter.  That it is more important to send a clear message to the entire Lib Lab Con Trick that wins every general election, that some people feel so strongly about the deprivation of children in our communities of one half of each affected child’s entire family.  I say that it would be more noble on your part, to “waste” your vote, abstaining from the Lib –v- Con “friendly match”, letting others decide whether North Cornwall returns the Tory or the Lib Dem to the Commons.  People who are not moved by compassion for children, but by their hatred of the “main” party of the two in with a chance round here for whom they don’t vote.


Please use your vote to tell the main party politicians that you care more about children, than about the less important issues on which there might be tiny policy differences between one main party and another.  That is a better way to use your vote than the way the conventional thinker will waste his, voting for the Lib Lab Con Trick.  Do something on 7th May (which happens to be my birthday!), that will make you feel proud.  Please vote for the children.  Vote for me, not because you know me or like me, or think that I have the faintest hope of winning the seat, but for the sake every boy and girl in the whole country who is never allowed to see dad, or mum, or one of his grandmothers, or one of his grandfathers, or any of his half-siblings on one side of his family, and so on.  Vote against parentectomy.


What else do I have thoughts on, you ask?  Well, you are welcome to visit JohnAllman.UK, to read my blog, and to contact me using the contact details published there, in order to get to know me a bit.  But the issue I’m standing about ought to be enough for you to decide to vote for the children who are each missing at least one of their two parents unnecessarily, even if there is no other issue I’ve blogged about, about which you and I agree.


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