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No comment one way or the other, but....
« on: Nov 05, 2004, 12:04:26 PM »
I have to give this some credit in regard to the media attention they draw...


**** Please forward on to other lists and translate into appropriate
languages. It is time for parents around the world to UNITE and FIGHT for
our childrens future.

Action for DECEMBER 17th.
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Fathers 4 Justice will hold their Christmas Protest Action in London on
Saturday December 18th. in typical F4J style ;o)

Whether you support Fathers 4 Justice or not; whether you agree or disagree
with our methods, we have achieved world-wide media coverage with our
actions. Please capitalise on what we have achieved in raising our issue in
the public arena and get involved with the following action on Friday
December 17th., either in support of Fathers 4 Justice, in support of your
own group, as individuals but more importantly - in support of your children
and their future!

Earlier this year a member of Fathers 4 Justice placed his sons toys on the
steps of the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Fathers 4 Justice -
Netherlands followed with a similar action outside the child welfare office.
( Images and video can be seen via:
 )

Action
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i) Please buy a toy or donate one of your childrens toys, wrap it up as a
Christmas present and mark on the present whether it is for a boy or a girl.

iii) Notify the local media to cover the event and also notify a childrens
charity to collect the presents after the protest as a donation to them.
Ask that they inform the media about the donation.

iii) On Friday December 17th. we are asking that parents around the world
dress as Santa Claus ( Father Christmas ), carry purple flags and congregate
in front of your local family court or child welfare office steps.

( Previous F4J Christmas demo can be seen via: )


iv) Sing Christmas Carols outside the court / office as this will draw the
publics attention to you.

v) When you have a suitable audience start placing the presents on the steps
of the family court. Nominate one member to inform the public that you can't
give the present to your own child because of these courts etc..

Inform the public why you are there and carrying out the action - be polite
and avoid being angry. The public will avoid people who appear angry - they
will approach you if you appear to be having a good time and enjoying
yourself.

v)  Continue singing more Christmas Carols including the Fathers 4 Justice
one pasted below!

When you have finished the protest I would suggest that members debrief in a
local cafe, bar or somewhere to have a meal and relax and discuss further
actions for 2005.

Our children have suffered enough! It is time to send the message out that
as decent parents, we will no longer tolerate the child abuse handed out to
children by family courts. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

Please notify me of the following in order that we can broadcast a list of
contacts and locations.  This will help people to recruit volunteers locally
and to insert details into their press releases.

i) Contact person ( e-mail address )
ii) Location or area of protest

Several groups and individuals have pledged to take part in Australia, New
Zealand and France. We hope to get a protest in every state in America.;
every province in Canada and countries in South America where we have an
increasing membership.

Fathers 4 Justice Christmas Carol:


The 12 Days of Xmas:


On the first day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
A summons to stop my custody.


On the second day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody


On the third day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody


On the fourth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody


On the fifth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody


On the sixth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody


On the seventh day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.

On the eight day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Eight separate motions
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.


On the ninth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Nine Dates for hearings
Eight separate motions
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.

On the tenth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Ten CAFCASS people
Nine Dates for hearings
Eight separate motions
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.


On the eleventh day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Eleven Allegations
Ten CAFCASS people
Nine Dates for hearings
Eight separate motions
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.


On the twelfth day of Christmas
My ex love sent to me
Twelve Penal notices
Eleven Allegations
Ten CAFCASS people
Nine Dates for hearings
Eight separate motions
Seven injunction papers
Six witness statements
Five policemenŠŠŠŠŠ
Four solicitors letters
Three harassment charges
Two restraining orders
And a summons to stop my custody.

... and enjoy yourselves, knowing that you are doing something for your
children and their future!

regards

Dave Ellison
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Dave Ellison
Fathers 4 Justice International Co-ordinator.
0796.333.5938
http://www.amberell.com/campaign.html
Homepage:             http://homepage.ntlworld.com/mad-dogs/
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Fathers for Justice-UK: http://www.fathers-4-justice.org
Canada: http://www.fathers-4-justice.ca
Australia: http://www.fathers-4-justice-aus.org
Nederlands: http://www.f4j.nl/




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