Andrew Thompson (Party Secretary),
Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting),
PO Box 97,
DOUGLAS PARK. NSW. 2569.
8th July 2016.
Dear Pauline, (Senator Elect, One Nation).
Congratulations on your election to the Senate of the Parliament of Australia once again. You might be aware of our small party which was founded by me back in 1998 which in every election has supported your Party.
You have been the only person in Parliament that has stood up for our issues and has understood the issues of non-custodial parents in this Country as highlighted in your Maiden Speech to the Parliament.
On a more personal level, may I say that you a very special human being and a great patriotic and courageous woman that Australians should be grateful for.
The sacrifices that you have made fighting for them should be appreciated and please don’t think that your efforts have gone unnoticed by thousands of Australians. Unfortunately they are a silent majority as they are afraid of being called racist in their own Country.
As far as Australian politicians are concerned you have more guts than all of them put together.
Please don’t let the political elite, the feminists, and the politically correct undermine your fight for us as True Australians, who believe in you standing up for our culture which is one of equality, fairness and justice for all and one of contribution to our great Country.
Malcolm Turnbull’s statement that you are not welcome into Parliament justifies how out of touch he is with Australians.
Does this mean that the 400,000 plus Australians that voted for you are also not welcome? Apparently the Muslim Community in Australia has a higher place in our Society than those Australians that voted for you in the last election, as they were invited to share dinner with the Prime Minister.
I am an ordinary Australian running a small business and raising a family, have paid tax all my life and have never claimed social security and definitely not a threat to National Security, I am still waiting for my invitation.
May I also thank you for mentioning the issues of the Family Court and Child Support Agency and mens’ suicide on the Bolt Report on the 7th July.
You would be aware that a majority of mens’ suicide is directly related to their involvement with the Family Court and Child Support Agency. However, we have not been able to get statistics from the Coroner or the CSA showing this relationship.
Our main issues are that both parents be treated equally and fairly and that the best interests of the children are the priority. The only way this can be achieved is by abolishing this adversarial system. Lawyers do not care about parents or their children, as their interests are purely financial. They have no place in this system.
The present system that exists costs the taxpayers of Australia hundreds of millions of dollars annually and we are left with suicide, misery and over 1 million fatherless children in our Society. The system has to be replaced with a tribunal system.
I know that you must be a very busy person, especially at this time and you may not be able to read this letter but if you are able and interested I will enclose a copy of my submission on behalf of over 500 members made to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs Inquiry into Child Custody Arrangements in the Event of Family Separation dated 6/8/2003. Unfortunately in 2016 nothing has changed.
May I once again congratulate you on your determination and the successful entrance into the Federal Parliament and hopefully joined by 2 or 3 colleagues in the Chamber.
I look forward to meeting with you in the future should that be possible and if I could assist you with any information involving these issues please do not hesitate to contact me.
Party Secretary and Registered Officer.
PS. I have been pursuing reform on these issues since 1993 when I joined Dads Australia Support Group where I contributed for 6 years on the National Committee and as the National Treasurer prior to founding the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting)