Pro-Nazi mother banned from exposing her daughter to racial hatred

May 6, 2009 by J-Wire
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The Family Court has banned  the parents of a 6-yr-old girl from forcing her to attend right-wing rallies and from exposing her to racist web sites on the Internet.In the case before Deputy Chief Justice John Faulks in Canberra’s Family Court, the parents were also restrained from participating in anything that would incite racial hatred in the presence of the little girl.

In his judgement DCJ Faulks has ordered the parents to do or say nothing in front of the child that might “offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person because of that person’s race, colour or national or ethnic origin.”

The parents have also been restrained from allowing others to incite hatred, contempt or ridicule people on the grounds of their race or religious belief,  in front of the child. He also banned them from taking the girl to “rallies or political gatherings that have an overt political purpose.”

He made special reference to the mother in restraining her from from accessing web sites relating to Nazism, neo-facism or those that advocate racial vilification “while the child is in her care.”

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