Please refer to the attached file for the second "extrapolation" as taken from the analysis, "debunking parents rights in a Canadian Constitutional context". However, added note...please review the following paragraph in addition to the aforementioned. Is this not already the precept on which the current child protection model is based?
"In a world without parents rights, but with an appropriate set of children's rights, the law could recognize parents as their children's agents, with the responsibility to assert the childs rights & to invoke the necessary institutional mechanisms when actions by 3rd parties threaten the children's interests. Such actions would include unwarranted attempts by state to intervene to protect what it mistakenly perceives to be the temporal interests of the child. If a conflict over child-rearing practises arose between parents & the state, under this legal regime, courts would NOT balance the child's interests against the parents' child-rearing rights, because the parents would have no such rights. Rather the courts would determine, as best they could, which outcome-that which the parent recommends or that which the state recommends-is more consistent with the rights of the child."
I totally agree with your statement 100% Most families would stay strong as a unit because they understand that the family values will be cherished and honored throughout the generations. Raising children with our own beliefs and interests promote a diversified public that thrive with the best intentions. In doing so, only promotes a stronger community and country. Only when you have Children can you see the effects of government control over our future and our children's future in the family courts you see today. If we sit back and allow our government to promote single parent families, then sleep in the bed you lay in. And you can be a statistic. If that's not what you want, then stand tall for the future for your children and their children as they live in a strong secure loving environment. A family that stays together, prosper together.
It’s good to put marriage first……
Love, honor, cherish… What is wrong with that?
Statistics tell us we don’t put marriage number one and that’s why half of marriages end in divorce.
What’s the story…? We pursue each other, we fall in love, we get married, then we start taking each other for granted, and we put the kids ahead of marriage. Then we put career ahead of marriages and then the marriages fall so far down in the list of priorities, we disconnect, we grow apart. Then, we’re just room mates.
Our kids, are not going to be ignored. They want us to have, good marriages. Our children crave a secure home.
We’re better parents, when the marriage is good. And when the struggles and the storms of life come, we could better handle those challenges and stresses when there is a solid marriage.
Last Edit: Mar 2, 2013 9:45:24 GMT -5 by John Dunn
John Dunn: Have something quick to say? Say it here!
Mar 4, 2013 10:27:37 GMT -5
sadmummy: Hey Everyone!! Quick question John...any word on your meetup plans in the Ottawa Area? What if they were held close to the CAS building let's say...Chapters?
Mar 11, 2013 13:00:43 GMT -5
John Dunn: Hi SadMommy. I have been very disapointed in the fact that nobody really wishes to get together to actually do anything on these important issues. It is very frustrating. I would have to have more confirmations from people on on here saying they would firs
Apr 2, 2013 22:35:42 GMT -5
karenheald42: I have 3 sons in Crown Ward. We live in Ontario. My youngest will be 16 on Sept.25 2013, and he wants to live backwith me, his mother. CAS is saying that he can't move in with me til he's 18. According to wikipedia he can leave CW care at 16. please help
May 8, 2013 13:31:56 GMT -5
karenheald42: Hello John, Is there anyway to send you a longer message to explain my situation? I have so much to ask and get cleared up. My children mean the world to me and they are my 3 angels. CAS has really got a tight hold on them.
May 8, 2013 14:56:33 GMT -5
John Dunn: have email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6137093866 after 730pm
May 8, 2013 18:48:09 GMT -5
marilynmaccallum: Hi everyone, I'm trying to help a friend who was in the foster system in Ontario. He will approach retirement age soon and needs background info. Where do we go?
Jan 12, 2015 1:05:17 GMT -5
rockobear787: BRANDON HUGHES, CANADA, ONTARIO FACEBOOK ME! CAS FOUND ME AND STOLE MY SON FROM HIS MOTHER!!!! IM THE 14 YEAR OLD BOY!!!
Jan 12, 2020 11:59:29 GMT -5