The Domestic Violence Method 

Exposing The Truth Behind The Lies


Whilst the following article is from Australia, there are many, many similarities to what goes on in the UK, and this is deeply concerning. Most men’s fears are that they are subjected to this type of abuse of power, and that in the end, the children do suffer, and with nearly a 1/3 of children living in fatherless families, it begs the question… Why does our Government not take this matter seriously to enact changes in the next year or so? There are too many marginalised men, grandparents and others that see the grief that children suffer, and will vote for the party who is against this type of misbehaviour. We acknowledge that there are some cases to be dealt with in the Courts, but there are too many ending up in Court because of the wrong reasons, mainly money and power. The power to tell lies and abuse the truth by the use of a ‘Balance of Probability’ and in ‘the child’s best interests’ being constantly used to abuse that power. Our country and its citizens need more of our Judiciary to be like King Solomon and focus truly on the children.

In recent years, domestic violence has exploded in Australia. According to domestic violence statistics, complaints to police and government departments, such as the Department of Community Services (DoCS), have risen sharply to the point where the system is strained to the point of being completely ineffective in helping victims. What has caused this sudden spoke in domestic violence? Some sociologists will blame the economic crash or the economic strain on households. Others will tell us that domestic violence victims are only now coming out of the proverbial closet and facing their accusers. There are even reports submitted to our government linking domestic violence with natural disasters. However, the truth is far more sinister. A "conspiracy" between the Family Court cartels, interest groups and members of Parliament is unraveling. People are becoming aware that domestic violence is Australia's biggest rort, draining billions of dollars from tax payers each year and putting it into the back pockets of politicians, judicial members and interest groups... and all at the expense of children and their families in a "cash for kids" scandal that hold children at ransom while their parents hand over everything to see them again.

Parental Alienation - Removing Children From Their Families

The Australian government has always profited from creating policies to remove children from their families. From around 1869 until 1969, Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were being removed from their parents. (These children are today known as the "Stolen Generation"). The reasons at the time for their removal were largely based on, inter alia, "child protection". Another reason was to prevent the proliferation of mixed-decent children. Tens of thousands of children were forcibly removed from their parents and became wards of the state. So-called "half-caste" legislation was enacted and there was even an attempt to amend the legislation to allow the children to be used as cheap child-labour, with one member stating that such actions were necessary to "domesticate" the children. Arguably, it would have been a scene straight out of Hitler's concentration camps. Many of these children grew up abandoned and never saw their parents again. In 2008, Kevin Rudd made his historical apology to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait people.


However, the crime of removing children from their families did not end with the Stolen Generation. In the late 1860s, Australia was part of the "Home Children" campaign, in which children from the United Kingdom were removed from their families and taken to Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. Why? Because child labour was needed and impoverished, vagrant children could be taken and used to make up for labour shortages in the colonies.


Removing children from their families for political and economic gain occurs again and again throughout Australian history. From the 1930s to the 1980s, a "White Stolen Generation" began. More than 450,000 children were taken from their parents again, for political reasons under the guise of "child protection", in this case, mainly to unmarried women who were drugged and tied up by authorities, or told that their babies had died during child birth.  


Today, Parental Alienation is used extensively within the Family Court system, and foster care system, as an "extortion" method, draining families of everything they have and reaping in government funding to solve a 'problem' or 'epidemic' known as 'domestic violence'. Children are being removed from their parents and forced to endure years-long court cases as they fight unsubstantiated child abuse and domestic violence accusations. A process known as the "Domestic Violence Method" is well-known by lawyers, police and social workers.


How Does The "DV Method" Work? 

a) Family Court - The Method centres around domestic violence and child abuse accusations. By allowing vindictive parents who make false domestic violence allegations to continue creating havoc, the courts are able to drain money from families and funding from the tax-payer. Parents who make false allegations are often rewarded with full "custody" of the children and all the benefits that go with it. A New Stolen Generation has emerged within Australia, surrounded by false domestic violence and child abuse allegations.


b) Foster Care System - The foster care system has been widely criticised and investigated as a "Kids for Cash" system. Bureaucrats remove children from mainly low-income families, claiming neglect and child abuse, and give them to families in return for government funding. These children are often abused, neglected and often murdered at the hands of foster families looking for easy money. 


c) Feminism/Interest Groups - Interest groups push the notion that child abuse is an epidemic in order to receive government funding to 'solve a problem' that has been artificially created by those interest groups. Statistics are the weapon of choice and such statistics vary wildly, with different definitions of terminology. 

Examples of the New Stolen Generation

1. A judge banned a father from having contact with his children for up to 12 years after being falsely accused of child molestation by the children's mother. He also wrote a letter to the children about his decision.

2. A father was banned from having contact with his daughter for 13 years because the child's mother refused to follow court orders.

Overview - Using The Domestic Violence Method

How is domestic violence used? This is what the Family Court do not want the general public to discover: 

Firstly, an application for a Domestic Violence Order (DVO) is obtained, usually making the following claims:

i)   Verbal abuse

ii)  Physical abuse (shoving, hitting etc)

iii) Threats of abuse

iv) Child abuse and suspected child molestation

v) That the other parent does not provide for the child or does not want to be involved with the children


Unbelievably, when filing a domestic violence complaint, no evidence is required and a person will never be charged with making a false complaint to police or the courts. A person does not have to prove anything with domestic violence because it is believed that domestic violence victims "hide their bruises" or "are too scared to tell people" etc. A judge or magistrate will almost always make a temporary order without even contacting the accused person (the respondent). The order will have a restraining component saying that the other person cannot go near the applicant, their work or their home. It only takes about 15mins in court to obtain a DVO. However, the respondent will have to fight for anywhere from 6 months to over a year to defend themselves, with costs soaring past $10,000+. Under these conditions, in almost all instances, respondents take the easiest option of "acceptance without admission" to save the costs of defending the allegations. Any lawyer will tell you that it is almost impossible to successfully defend a DVO application, no matter what evidence is produced to prove the accused person is innocent. In any case, the definition of domestic violence is so broad, every single negative act from arguing to criticism is considered domestic violence. 

1. Removing Contact Between Children and Their Parents

This is where Parental Alienation comes in. Domestic Violence Orders (DVOs) do not make allowances for each parent to have contact with the children. Getting in first is crucial, as the first person is seen as the victim, whilst the second person is just seen as vindictive. Once a person has the DVO, they generally cut all communication between the other parent, their family and their children, because if children are withheld from a parent, the Family Court will claim that the children will not be able to associate or adjust to being placed with that parent again. This is an easy way for the Family Court to keep parents fighting a useless fight through the courts in an attempt to see their own children. Parents will give up everything for their children, and the Family Court knows this. But how can the Family Court allow children to be removed from loving parents? Because under Australian law, parents have NO RIGHTS to their children! Actually, the Family Court cartels' interpretation is that, because there are no rights stated in writing, then there are no actual rights conveyed to parents, or children. The Family Court cartels are happy to create another "Stolen Generation" of children taken from their parents under the guise of "abuse".

2. Stopping All Communication Between Children and Their Parents

When a vindictive parent goes into Family Court, all they have to claim is that the other person does not want communication with their kids, has had no communication (thus the children have lost a "connection"), or communication cannot continue between the two of you.

If a DVO is in place and the other party tries to contact their children at home, or tries to see their own  children, they will be in breach of the DVO and will be immediately arrested and charged - regardless of whether their children are being withheld from them. Even if there are orders in place, a person can ignore them using a DVO. A DVO breach will almost certainly get that person banned from having contact from their children by the Family Court. A breach can include calling the house, waiting at the school bus stop or front gate of the school, or any other contact where the holder of the DVO is affected - no violence or threats are needed for a breach. 


Once in court, the accusations intensify. By this time, 3-6 months has passed and the parent using Parental Alienation can easily make the argument that the children have become "settled" with that parent and a judge will almost always make a temporary order that the children stay with that parent. Depending on the seriousness of the allegations (regardless of any lack of evidence) the other parent could be cut out altogether from their children's lives. Also, the parent alleging domestic violence and child abuse be eligible for Legal Aid because they are considered to be "at risk" of domestic violence. The other parent will have to pay thousands for a lawyer.


These cases usually drag out for 18mths - 2 yrs, by that time, the Family Report psychologist/writer will show the children have been living with the parent making the accusations comfortably and have "adjusted" to life with them. The Family Court does not recognise the psychological effects of Parental Alienation, and thus ignores any effects on children. The other parent will be lucky if they see the children even every second weekend. And as a reward for the parent who uses Parental Alienation and false allegations... maximum child support AND government assistance (including government-assisted housing).


This is a method that is used extensively, particularly in recent months under the new domestic violence and Family Law amendments. Unbelievably, police will almost definitely not charge a person for making false allegations. Why? Because it is policy not to charge people who "believe their children may have been abused". Ask any lawyer, DoCS, counsellor or police officer... this is the case.



Lawyers will usually push domestic violence and child abuse allegations for two main reasons:

1) Cases involving child abuse will be referred to the Family Court rather than a Magistrates Court, thus adding $100,000+ to the lawyers pay packet.

2) It is easier for lawyers to be granted Legal Aid funding for clients who would otherwise not be able to afford to pay legal fees.

3) Obtaining a DVO almost guarantees a "win". In the Family Court, a client can receive a huge settlement in property, superannuation, savings and other entitlements for a 'win'... and a large amount of this goes directly to the lawyer.



The Domestic Violence Method was used by a mother who kidnapped her children from their father in Italy. Even when the courts ordered that they be returned, she used child abuse allegations to ensure the children stayed in Australia and away from the father. She broke numerous international and federal laws, yet she will never be charged. Why? Because the Family Court cartels protect those who use the DV Method and generate billion-dollar profits each year. The Domestic Violence Method works 100% and everyone involved profits from the families involved... judges, interest groups, lawyers, psychologists... everyone!