STOP Forced Adoptions – stepping stones for criminal Social Services & #paedobritain

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Stop Forced AdoptionsHow many children need to be taken from their parents, before the world says NO? 10,000 a year is not enough yet?

How many parents need to be gagged and threatened with prison, before other countries say NO to the UK? Here’s what’s unique in the UK to facilitate forced adoptions. If you have lost your child(ren), please consider filling in this form to let the online world know – anonymously of course.

How many more children need to go missing (currently an estimated 10,000 a year), before their parents make institutions accountable?

How many farces / charades and masquerades need to be staged as ‘court cases’, before Parliament takes responsibility for an ‘independent’ judiciary? ‘Not Open to the Media’ even – despite Camilla Cavendish’s campaign in The Times in 2008?

Parents are now expected to PAY to see their kids in ‘contact centres’. How Stalinesque does the UK want to be?

These are some of the questions that fuelled my ‘wrath of god’ to start the petition Stop Forced Adoptions in the UKMore

WHEN DOES a CRUEL and VIOLENT Baby Snatching video become a ‘triumph’?

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13 04 03 Uncomfortable truthsI’m afraid I didn’t volunteer to watch this video of the one-day old baby being taken. I can’t cope with this violence and hypocrisy any more. I have heard other children scream on video. I have heard about the 35 letters that the 12-year-old girl wrote to the judge, the 9-year-old one wanting to be with her father and the 4-year-old one with her mum, who was only given 20 minutes contact, before going away for 9 months, for rehabilitation. Her parents weep over the loss of their grandchildren and can’t trust either solicitors or anybody to help them…

One grandmother set up Children Screaming to be Heard to remedy the wounds afflicted by ruthless Social Services.

We’ve submitted this portfolio of nine cases to the Education Committee when it investigated child ‘protection’. John Hemming MP has over 1,700 cases on file for his Justice for Families campaign.

This is an account of the mainstream media reporting – so that the general public can believe the un-believable. I continue to visit and communicate with mums in prisons. Not enough to take their children. They then get criminalised and imprisoned fraudulently! And who can do anything about it? A whistleblower speaking on behalf girls being groomed for paedophiles got himself 28 days of prison! More

LEARNING by DOING and Helping by Being – in and out of Courts, on- and off-line

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13 01 19 MeetupWhen a mother whose second child is being taken – without paperwork – calls for help because she realises that her solicitor is not acting in her interest, I’m going into a higher gear:

  1. I invited her to join us at our meeting the House of Commons so that she could realise she is not alone (what a consolation…)
  2. I put her court hearing on the Meetup list of events to facilitate support – for her, Michael Doherty and Norman Scarth next week
  3. I talked to other experienced McKenzie Friends to try to understand.

It appears that the “second generation radar” helps Social Services to get hold of children, especially at birth, i.e. the mother was in care as a teenager and thus known to Social Services.

When she was pregnant, she could do whatever – it never satisfied Social Services… So the first baby was taken at 7 months, without paperwork, and the second one 6 days after birth, again without paperwork.

The most experienced Ian Josephs writes that breast feeding is a fundamental human right for mothers and the right NOT to be removed at birth for babies. But Social Services, in collusion with Police, Courts and Judges, are above the law, aren’t they!?…  More

Five Mothers on Hunger Strike in HMP Holloway

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I only know one of them: American Melissa Laird who has not had seen her then 4-year old boy since December 2011, when she was separated from him in Spain. She was on her 16th day of not taking either food or drink when we visited her yesterday.

But nobody takes any notice. Except those four inmates who also find it unbearable to be separated from their children ‘without sound reason’ or ‘just cause’, as the Slovak Government refers to ‘care’ and forced adoptions in the UK. One of the mothers is Russian.

Another exception is a journalist and author who booked a visit. But later he got a call to cancel it!… He has been advised that a Judicial Review would be his ‘remedy’, i.e. next legal step.

It is not ‘nice’ to think that UK Police and Social Services used a hospital visit for Melissa’s little boy in Spain as a pretext of snatching him. Pretending that she could only see him again, if she were to sign an extradition paper, they took hold of him and flew her to HMP Holloway.

A number of family court hearings took place where at least twice she was not ‘produced’. But who cares, as long as Social Services get what they want, the child, and the judiciary appears to put a legal blanket over their wrong-doings?

She is being held on ‘immigration issues’ and a judge recently refused bail because “the welfare of the child” is of paramount importance. So far, nobody had the decency of establishing a DNA test to prove that the boy is hers or get witnesses to attest what a good mother she is. And what lies is the boy being told???

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Slovak Government Audit Raises Suspicions of Wrongful Adoptions

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Adoption Curves

Adoption Curves (Photo credit: Nathan Laurell)

This article in Slovak News in English raises suspicions about wrongful adoptions internationally! I just find it strange that the emphasis is on adoptions rather than ‘care’.

Here, Kent on Saturday picked the topic up as Thousands of kids live in care in the aftermath of Baby P.

And I wish I knew who counts all the children who run away and go missing. And who goes to find and help them!…

Or do we have to wait until they find their birth parents via Facebook? If you search there, you’ll find quite a few groups of victims.

There was an ‘arguable case’ that the family court judge had ‘fallen into error’

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United Kingdom (Photo credit: stumayhew)

Now we get to read it in the Dail Mail: Slovakian grandmother wins right to challenge High Court adoption ruling keeping grandsons in the UK

  • She wants the boys, who were born in England to Slovakian parents, to leave the UK
  • Social workers intervened after one suffered an injury thought to have been caused by his father.

Meanwhile, the boys are staying with their foster / adoptive parents…

But if the adoption is reversed, this may become an important precedence!

400 People demonstrate outside the UK Embassy in Bratislava (Slovakia)

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Protest outside UK Embassy for Martin and Samuel BoorHere it is:  paper planes flying for Martin and Samuel, the two boys taken by UK Social Services with 3 police cars, from the Lutheran Pastor of the family 2 years ago – on the 5 o’clock news of TV Slovakia, starting at 3:56 until 7:58.

A protest before the UK Embassy – with some 400 people and the following English placards:

  • STOP legal kidnappers
  • BRITAIN thief of children
  • Freedom for (Vladimir) Boor’s Family
  • UK our model???
  • Kids to Mothers
  • Justice for Decent Mom

Echoing the remarkable Italian film about a father and son, longing for his mother in a concentration camp, protesters chant Life is Beautiful.

And a Slovakian paper published that the Court case will be re-opened. The bottom of the page refers to a Slovak family whose 5 children were taken… Praised be the web that offers translation!

Here it is on Facebook: the mother with her sons…

Out in 2007: Family Court Hell – 1 Father, 133 hearings and 33 judges => Fathers 4 Justice

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Thanks to a woman in HMP Holloway whose son was taken by Barnet Council, I learned about this book. She says that 60-70% of all women in Holloway used to be in care, adopted or live with foster parents… She also said that one of the prison warders said that 40-60% of all mothers whose children are taken are foreigners…

This is one man’s harrowing story of frustration and determination as he battled for access rights to his young daughters following the bitter break-up of his marriage. Incredibly, his was a journey that spanned almost ten years, with 133 hearings by 33 judges, and which reportedly cost the taxpayer over GBP1 million.

What should have been a “simple contact dispute” somehow resulted in this innocent family man effectively being criminalized by the family courts, resulting in a stretch on the A Wing of the infamous Pentonville prison, which housed convicted murderers, terrorists, gun runners and drug dealers.

Mark Harris eventually took his case public and the campaign for fathers’ rights took off – with the formation of Fathers 4 Justice. This is a shocking story that deserves to be heard. Here is a Daily Mail article about one of his acts.

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When Black British Foster Care Children are Victims of White Collar Crimes…

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A Place for Paedophiles

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I know it’s too unbelievable. I also ignored the first information I got for quite some time, for it’s all too ‘incredible’: that the State uses the time and money of its employees to provide children for paedophiles. But: the Royal Commission into New South Wales Police concluded, already in 1996: corruption, reform and paedophilia.

Here, the most recent evidence is:

And the most comprehensive BELIEVABLE collection of stories:

The truth behind the adoption system in Wales

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ITV Wales have looked into what happens to the 5,000 children in “care” in Wales. Their text says:

An ITV Wales investigation has revealed the true challenge facing our adoption services across Wales.

And with the number of children in foster care, homes and other servies soaring to a record high, the figures we’ve uncovered make grim reading

There are currently five thousand children who are in care in Wales. Many of those are not suitable for adoption, but of those that are only 200 complete the process each year

The average time for an adoption is just over two-and-a-half years.

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