31 December 2020

The slaughter of children

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The last two innocents killed at the hands of their father were 15 years old and 13 years old. It happened in the province of Padua and they tried to escape. He, the murderer, Alessandro Pontin, 49, killed himself after the massacre. He stabbed them in the throat and gave them no chance. He killed with heinous cruelty, like so many fathers before him.

The children's mother, from whom the man was separated, had repeatedly asked for help, pointing out that the father of her children was not well.. "Several times my daughter had been to talk to the Carabinieri about that person doing strange things," said her maternal grandfather. Nobody listened to her, it seems. Recently, the case for a more decent alimony allowance for the two boys was filed.

Once again we are faced with two children being fed to their murderous biological father. And this is the carnage that comes straight out of the relentless law 54 on bigenitoriality. A law that knows no dispensation even when these are the men, not even when a mother asks for help and reports anomalies, not even when these men have ongoing criminal proceedings for abuse and violence, not even when their children are afraid of them. And once again we read about 'raptus' instead of talking about mothers who are not listened to, not believed, accused of being alienating and manipulative when they try to defend their children from those who are biological fathers and murderers. Here are the latest on the list: Mario Bressi, who strangled the twins Elena and Diego with his bare hands, and then Claudio Poma, who killed his son Andrea while he was sleeping, and Alberto Accastello, who took the lives of his wife and young twin sons.

And yet we still have to read about raptus and tragedies, depression and separations, when in fact we are dealing with murders and assassinations, often premeditated and elaborated by violent minds who do not accept the separation, the freedom of choice of their partner and who use their children as instruments of retaliation.. Those fathers who, even when they give signs of being dangerous, the law protects until the blood flows, together with public opinion and the families themselves who decide to look the other way.not to believe these mothers ....because, as we know, women are apprehensive, agitated and exaggerate. And then if they separate - this is the subtext of some reconstructions - they have caused these poor depressed men. Until, one fine day, small white coffins suddenly occupy the pages of the newspapers, bury their consciences, gather tears and applause. All that omertà and rhetoric that has blood on its hands. Like all those courts that hand over so many innocent people to Herod by expert opinion.

by Silvia Mari (original article here)


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