Unless a female [world] leader has cracked the class ceiling as wife and mother in her home, she has no understanding of what is required to fight for the rights of women in the workforce. I found that women are running New Zealand to a large extent, however, the extremely high child abuse rate shows that our families are broken because mothers, who should be the leaders of the household, are being trodden upon. From my own experiences in the Family Court, as well as during support representation for other women (and men), I have learned that so-called professional women (even though they may have a child or two) are joining forces with so-called successful men to destroy mothers (and fathers), stealing their children and breaking up families. The establishment think that they can take better care of our children, they can’t – all they do is to claim them as a commodity against which they can borrow money, and when the kids grow up to protest, they dump them in prison or institutions or on the streets, and then blame the parents. I now want to pay tribute to mothers that I respect: the late Princess Diana Spencer, a mother of not only two boys but thousands of children across the world; Michelle Obama, a mother who is not afraid to speak up and jive for her two daughters and children at large; and Ivanka Trump, a mother of three who has learned that gender is no longer the big discriminatory factor but motherhood is, and who will most probably hold accountable not only her father but a whole political party and a nation. Then allow me to mention my own mother, Susanna Susara Kruger, a mother of eight children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren - her legacy.