Via Brenda Hosman
Is where most people live.
People who think we must have done something to deserve this. People who do not believe the children when the children say they are being abused where they are at. DENIAL is very comfortable for people. Especially when it comes to sexual abuse. Any child abuse. People go to denial. It’s easy, warm, comfortable place for people. It’s warm like a pile of shit. People blame the victim and support the abusers and live in denial. Most of us have lots of friends and family who are in denial. If you do not, your very lucky. People do not want to admit that there government is not out for the best interest, well being of the children. People believed in Hitler for a long time. People want to believe that the system, the courts, the police, the government is doing what’s in the children’s best interest. People believe this even when the truth is right in front of their face. People do not want to believe the truth. Not when the truth is evil, frightening, or scary. People want to pretend everything is just fine. It is mentally hard to realize good children are taken and it is hard to swallow. But it’s the facts and it’s the truth. But humans just love DENIAL
The judges are just evil. They do not look at us at human. We are less than. They do not care if we suffer because they think we don’t matter. They think they are above us and we pay or die, and they don’t care not at all, not one bit. We better love each other because the judges, the government, the very rich, the elite, don’t care if we suffer, if our children suffer, if we die. They really don’t care about us because they think we are less than them. Every person that comes into a court room is looked at as a criminal, even if its family court. Every judge thinks we are less than, we don’t matter, we are expendable, we are to make money for them or die. They do not care if we and our children suffer or die because they look at is as less than them. As no good. As tiny meaningless people. This is how the courts look at us. No matter what your profession or job. If your not a lawyer or a judge or in the government then you are less than and they don’t care if we suffer or die. The only thing we can do is come together in numbers because all of us together can fight this. Not alone. Just telling your story no one cares but if we tell all our stories then they might listen.