31 March 2008
Parental Alienation Syndrome: another tool of the social work filth
Have you ever heard of Parental Alienation Syndrome? That's OK because neither had I until a lady who goes under the monicker of UKSecretCourts wrote to me and asked me to publicise its use by the social work filth. Since I happen to be an admirer of her video work, I'm only to pleased to oblige.
The video which I have embedded here pretty much tells you everything that you need to know about this PAS idea. Basically the idea is that if a child rejects a parent, usually the father, then that is because that child has been coached into feeling that way by the mother. The whole notion of PAS, as thought up by the late Richard Gardner has been much criticised, and the concept doesn't seem to be recognised in the UK.
So what the social work filth try to do, according to sources who wish to remain anonymous, is use nebulous concepts like "emotional abuse". That way they get to use PAS under another name to take control of a child's future.
When dealing with social work filth you have to remember that it is always about power and control. The Gardner Thesis, albeit under other names, is one way in which their power can be justified. It is a simple idea, therefore it appeals to the semi-educated social work mind.