September 9, 2013
Child 'Protection', Court of Protection, Family Courts, Internet Media, Parliament, Rule of Law, YouTube
Christopher Booker, Daily Mail, Facebook, Family Court, Foster care, James Munby, President of the Family Division, The Daily Telegraph
This video tells the story of one of the many mothers, parents and grandparents with pictures that tell 1,000 words and lyrics that ought to be taken to heart!
AND: there’s hope:
- Please write and talk to your MP about our petition before the House of Commons Children Placed in Foster Care and whether s/he supports you; this is a first step towards ‘ethical elections’ for an ‘ethical Parliament’!
- Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division, made this remarkable judgement re Baby J on 27 June 2013, thanks to the Father who dared to video how the baby was taken and used Facebook to blame Staffordshire Council,
- This judgement made news recently:
Paragraph 32 says:
It is vital that public confidence in the family justice system is maintained or, if eroded, restored. There is a clear and obvious public interest in maintaining the confidence of the public at large in the courts. It is vitally important, if the administration of justice is to be promoted and public confidence in the courts maintained, that justice be administered in public – or at least in a manner which enables its workings to be properly scrutinised – so that the judges and other participants in the process remain visible and amenable to comment and criticism. This principle, as the Strasbourg court has repeatedly reiterated, is protected by both Article 6 and Article 10 of the Convention. It is a principle of particular importance in the context of care and other public law cases.
Use this judgement! Refer to it – together with the letter of the Minister who keeps repeating: the Law is clear. We just must make sure that the law is ADHERED to and COMPLIED with!!!
December 9, 2012
BBC, Jersey, John Hemming MP
Anglo-Saxon, BBC, BBC, BBC Jersey, Blogs, Child abuse, Child Abusers, Child snatching, Foster care, Germany, God, Internet Media, Interview, Jersey, John Hemming MP, Matthew Price, Organised baby snatching, Paedophilia, Pedophilia, State kidnapping, Syndrome
The Jersey Way is an “out side look at the goings on around the Island. From an average Joe view point.”
Here it publishes a sequence of radio interviews by BBC Radio Jersey about CoverUps. The interviewer Matthew Price talks about our time of ‘deep distrust about our political system and the way it is reported in the media’. Yes, we found that child snatching is one of Seven Deadly Syndromes and Seven Media Cover-Ups.
The radio interviews are about the history of child abuse and paedophilia: children’s homes and foster care. More
March 22, 2012
Daily Mail, Mainstream Media
Child Abusers, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Foster care, Mainstream Media, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Paedophilia, Police, Sexual abuse, Superintendent (police), Thames Valley Police, The rule of money
The Daily Express opens Pandora’s box again, it seems, albeit, once again, not allowing comments – “for legal reasons”.
But, at least the problem is being addressed:
- girls are being groomed and trafficked for sexual abuse
- they come from foster homes
- foreigners seem to be preferred.
Is this what the Musas are being crucified for???