Italian custody father: 'I'm here bec...

Italian custody father: 'I'm here because I love them'

There are 22 comments on the Sydney Morning Herald story from Jul 7, 2012, titled Italian custody father: 'I'm here because I love them'. In it, Sydney Morning Herald reports that:

THE Italian father at the centre of an international custody battle playing out in Australian courts says he has been abandoned by the federal government and fears his former wife will disappear with their four daughters.

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Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#1 Jul 7, 2012
Another case of parental abuse....why can't they do what is in the best interest of their children...it is reported that the eldest child is in great distress about going back to Italy so let her and her sisters stay here......what would it cost the father to allow this to happen....on the negative it could cost him the mental anguish of his children if they have to go back, the positive would be they would be happier?...Isn't that what every parent wants for their kids and if the courts had a brain they would endeavor to make this about the best interest of the kids and not who has custody? Why can't they share the children...stay with the Mum and grandmother during school and go to dads on holidays?
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#2 Jul 7, 2012
I think the father is concerned about the liberal ideology of Aussie mothers when it come to bringing up children; they have a different concept from europeans about right or wrong and especially about sexual behavior, I don't think european parents think is right for a mother to bring a different sex partner from all colors and flavors to have sex in the family home, as normal as having dinner.
Am not saying this is what happened here, but Aussie women are known for their sexual appetite and behavior.
Ahomana funnyDique Fixers

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jul 7, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
Another case of parental abuse....why can't they do what is in the best interest of their children...it is reported that the eldest child is in great distress about going back to Italy so let her and her sisters stay here......what would it cost the father to allow this to happen....on the negative it could cost him the mental anguish of his children if they have to go back, the positive would be they would be happier?...Isn't that what every parent wants for their kids and if the courts had a brain they would endeavor to make this about the best interest of the kids and not who has custody? Why can't they share the children...stay with the Mum and grandmother during school and go to dads on holidays?
Must be school holidays in Perth and Freak funnyD p'tit péteux kid has nothing else to do.

About time you took a vacation at your STINKYGranny GottaSingh's funny farm.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#4 Jul 7, 2012
sure wrote:
I think the father is concerned about the liberal ideology of Aussie mothers when it come to bringing up children; they have a different concept from europeans about right or wrong and especially about sexual behavior, I don't think european parents think is right for a mother to bring a different sex partner from all colors and flavors to have sex in the family home, as normal as having dinner.
Am not saying this is what happened here, but Aussie women are known for their sexual appetite and behavior.
That's right mate when you give freedom to people they make their own choices, and can't be abused and dominated or ordered about like livestock or sold to the highest bidder, what seems good to one person in one country might not be seen the same by those who are the victims of that oppression? Imaging what would happen to men if all women had the same freedoms that we have....Freedoms a bitch mate....
Ahomana funnyDique Fixers

San Antonio, TX

#6 Jul 7, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
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That's right mate when you give freedom to people they make their own choices, and can't be abused and dominated or ordered about like livestock or sold to the highest bidder, what seems good to one person in one country might not be seen the same by those who are the victims of that oppression? Imaging what would happen to men if all women had the same freedoms that we have....Freedoms a bitch mate....
Aren't you supposed to be a woman?

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#7 Jul 7, 2012
Ahomana funnyDique Fixers wrote:
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Aren't you supposed to be a woman?
Oh sweetie, temper what I said with free Aussie female sarcasm!
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#8 Jul 7, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
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That's right mate when you give freedom to people they make their own choices, and can't be abused and dominated or ordered about like livestock or sold to the highest bidder, what seems good to one person in one country might not be seen the same by those who are the victims of that oppression? Imaging what would happen to men if all women had the same freedoms that we have....Freedoms a bitch mate....
We may agree to disagree, you reckon that for a mum to bring her stallions home and have sex in front of her children is a sign of freedom and some more traditional people may see it as a a kind of abuse towards an innocent child.
is the fine line between freedom and debauchery; and they often get mistaken.Anyway all am saying is that for you that may look like exercise your freedom, but for the italian father of all this girls it may not seem so healthy.
like the girl on the "girls love black thread" said..LOL she reckons she served 27 guys 81 times whilst married; and she reckons she is not a sl*t. it's freedom?; what about her husband? can we say he's a happy cuckold?; do you think aussie guys (as easy going as they are) like to see their wives or their mums being mounted by strangers?; is that called freedom?; is that what you concept of freedom is ??? really?.
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#9 Jul 7, 2012
BTW freedom is not a bit*h, freedom is a pure and great human right, often used to justify human decadence, that is when it becomes a bit*h.

all in the name of freedom uh?

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#11 Jul 7, 2012
sure wrote:
BTW freedom is not a bit*h, freedom is a pure and great human right, often used to justify human decadence, that is when it becomes a bit*h.
all in the name of freedom uh?
Yes it is in your case but wholely for men eh! feck off...
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#12 Jul 7, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
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Yes it is in your case but wholely for men eh! feck off...
WTF are you talking about

Since: Jan 12

Where The Wild Things Grow

#13 Jul 7, 2012
sure wrote:
I think the father is concerned about the liberal ideology of Aussie mothers when it come to bringing up children; they have a different concept from europeans about right or wrong and especially about sexual behavior, I don't think european parents think is right for a mother to bring a different sex partner from all colors and flavors to have sex in the family home, as normal as having dinner.
Am not saying this is what happened here, but Aussie women are known for their sexual appetite and behavior.
None of us know the particulars of this case, but responding in general to your comments - the fact is when you have children, any personal rights/freedom must be weighed against the needs of those children and best outcomes for them - I have seen many children distressed by parents exercising their 'rights' in respect of relationships. I think it's simple - put the children first, you bring them into the world, you are responsible for their care and happiness, worry about relationships later, your children are irreplaceable.
Rajesh

Mumbai, India

#14 Jul 7, 2012
AUSTRALIANS ARE RACIST and drunks.
Rajesh

Mumbai, India

#15 Jul 7, 2012
australains are drunks, racists and rude
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#16 Jul 8, 2012
sairla wrote:
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None of us know the particulars of this case, but responding in general to your comments - the fact is when you have children, any personal rights/freedom must be weighed against the needs of those children and best outcomes for them - I have seen many children distressed by parents exercising their 'rights' in respect of relationships. I think it's simple - put the children first, you bring them into the world, you are responsible for their care and happiness, worry about relationships later, your children are irreplaceable.
good on you Sairla; good to see women out there that still have their priorities right.
Exactly! that's all am saying; the mother figure is the most important factor in any child development; a child shouldn't have to see his mothers attention and unconditional love challenged by any grown up stranger, nor they should be exposed to grown ups sexual activities or behavior; that doesn't have anything to do with a woman freedom or right to pursue relationships as long as it is handled within the parameters of decency.

Since: Jan 12

Where The Wild Things Grow

#17 Jul 8, 2012
sure wrote:
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good on you Sairla; good to see women out there that still have their priorities right.
Exactly! that's all am saying; the mother figure is the most important factor in any child development; a child shouldn't have to see his mothers attention and unconditional love challenged by any grown up stranger, nor they should be exposed to grown ups sexual activities or behavior; that doesn't have anything to do with a woman freedom or right to pursue relationships as long as it is handled within the parameters of decency.
As I wrote previously, I have seen many children suffer as a result of parents exercising their rights - rights come with responsibilities, in pursuing your own rights you need to be mindful that you are not compromising the rights of vulnerable children - also, I agree, the mother is the most influential figure in a child's life. Relationships, particularly new relationships, take time and energy - usually taken from that which should be available to children - there are many sad stories out there. A main cause of homelessness among adolescents is being evicted because they have issues with a step-parent - how does a parent evict their own child in favour of a partner? How do they go from a place where their child means everything to them to a place where they mean nothing?
ddr

Australia

#18 Jul 8, 2012
sure wrote:
I think the father is concerned about the liberal ideology of Aussie mothers when it come to bringing up children; they have a different concept from europeans about right or wrong and especially about sexual behavior, I don't think european parents think is right for a mother to bring a different sex partner from all colors and flavors to have sex in the family home, as normal as having dinner.
Am not saying this is what happened here, but Aussie women are known for their sexual appetite and behavior.
Yeah right and Italian men are infamous for being first class skirt chasers and womanisers, who think its perfectly okay to have a mistress.
Of course, that's just closed minded, bigotry I'm spouting there, much the same as your utter crap with generalising about Aussie women.
You might associate or live with "Aussie" women who are loose, but don't you dare tar all of them with the same brush mate.Wanker.
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#19 Jul 8, 2012
ddr wrote:
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Yeah right and Italian men are infamous for being first class skirt chasers and womanisers, who think its perfectly okay to have a mistress.
Of course, that's just closed minded, bigotry I'm spouting there, much the same as your utter crap with generalising about Aussie women.
You might associate or live with "Aussie" women who are loose, but don't you dare tar all of them with the same brush mate.Wanker.
Am obviously referring to these loose women; and if the jacket fits you, go ahead and put it on; if not just shut your mouth, now because Italian men may be womanizers is ok for women to be hores?; always trying to justify wrong behavior at any cost are you?/.
BTW.. wanker our uncle... mate!!
ddr

Australia

#21 Jul 8, 2012
sure wrote:
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Am obviously referring to these loose women; and if the jacket fits you, go ahead and put it on; if not just shut your mouth, now because Italian men may be womanizers is ok for women to be hores?; always trying to justify wrong behavior at any cost are you?/.
BTW.. wanker our uncle... mate!!
I know you.
You're the serial whinger who hates Australia and Australians
You're the loser that can't get a job as an employee , so then becomes self employed. Trouble is, you have a lousy attitude and an even lousier work ethic, so you lose your contracts or get fired from them mid way.
You have trouble getting on with most people because of that king sized chip you CHOOSE to carry on your shoulder, but because you happen to be in Australia and it is Australians you have to predominately work with, you blame us for YOUR shortcomings.
Hells bells, you're in Pertha aren't you, even a fool with a shitty attitude SHOULD be able to get work there, EVEN somebody like you.
sure

Churchlands, Australia

#23 Jul 8, 2012
sure wrote:
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LMFAOAY!!!!!! at least get it right I don't hate Australians, only arrogant anglo pri*cks like you; I don't look for work as an employee "slave" I leave that for coc*sukers like you, I rather employ people but not uneducated cu*ts like you; By the time I lose a contract because of mtherfkrs like you I got another two lining up, I just let wank*rs like you wan*k eachother and mind my own business; In one thing I agree with you I eat pric*s like you for breakfast so not much competition, not here and not in the piece of s*it hole where you are; go and get yourself a black brother to calm your tempers.
lol
ddr

Lochinvar, Australia

#24 Jul 8, 2012
sure wrote:
<quoted text>lol
Insecure little serial whinger,ain't ya :-) cut n' paste your own comment and laugh at it for reassurance.

Ha, ha no wonder you can't hang onto a contract. Bet you whinge how all your sad sack endings to attempted contracts is somebody, anybody's fault but your own.

No wonder decent Aussie women give a big tosser like you a miss.

Maybe go and do a communication or conflict management course, it might help your self esteem and wipe the chip off your shoulder that you love having 24/7. You're an angry little fella.:-)

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