Tuesday, October 25, 2005

How to increase the number of divorces in Australia

Sydney: Proposed legislation in Australia would make it a crime for one parent to tell the other that their child had been detained under anti-terror laws.






If a youth aged between 16 and 18 was detained, one parent would be informed and allowed to visit daily during the detention, which could last for two weeks without charge.

But if the chosen parent was the father, for example, and he told the mother where the child was, he could be jailed for up to five years.



The opposition Labour Party's spokesman for homeland security scorned the proposal. "The idea that one parent could see their child and then somehow be imprisoned for telling the other parent is absurd." - Sapa-AFP


Words to describe this are beyond me , so forgive me for repeating the words of George Orwell ....


“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – for ever. … And remember that it is for ever. The face will always be there to be stamped upon. , the enemy of society, will always be there, so that he can be defeated and humiliated over again.”

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