BRUSSELS video clips on TV: Portuguese, Latvian, BBC LOOK NORTH and now Slovak TV

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It is very interesting to see what different editors clip for different programs:

  • the full official meeting of the EU Petitions Committee on 19 March 2014 in Brussels is on this link
  • the agenda is here
  • the minutes are here.

Different international supporters put up my six-minute and other presentations on YouTube:

Dutch supporters:

Latvian supporters:

The first Portuguese TV channel that clipped was with us in Brussels:

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FIRST SLOVAKIA, then France and Belgium on TV: outrage at the Kingdom’s “lost children” as ‘scandalous injustice’

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It’s up to grandmothers to right the wrong-doings of younger people who are ‘just doing their job’. In the case of the two Slovak boys who were supposed to be adopted, she organised demos outside the UK Embassy in Bratislava which TV and press took up in Slovakia.

In France, CanalPlus showed a special documentary: England: the Kingdom of the Lost Children illustrating the plight of a number of families.

Now, Belgium TV has aired the story thanks to Nigel Cooper who is a Belgian resident since he came to work there as a NATO Security Specialist. However, he has since been banned from the UK as he explains in this video. His story was on Belgian news in June 2012, starting at 21:15 of this video. The program points out:

  • the secrecy surrounding family courts including the ban of media reporting
  • the claim that the father consented to what he calls abduction
  • John Hemming MP NOT having confidence in the judgements of Social Services: “they make a lot of mistakes.”

Reproducing footage of the French film, these Belgian videos are in support of his daughter – which is of course representative of many, many other ‘cases': aired on 12th March 2013

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On Becoming more Effective in the New Year

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I do enjoy symbols and signs to give meaning to life. When one of my first emails on New Year’s Day was “My boys are in Slovakia” I was therefore hopeful for a New Year of ‘successes’ in our struggles to reverse injustices – from fraudulent bankruptcies and home repossessions to having children put into ‘care’, getting them adopted and being imprisoned on top!

I found the above picture on Chris Roubis’ Facebook page, after his site was taken down due to mentioning Unlawful Killing – the cover-ups concerning Lady Di’s death.

With a view to becoming more effective on behalf of victims, survivors, starfighters, campaigners, activists and McKenzie Friends as Public Interest Advocates, we are working on:

May 2013 become the year of breakthrough we’ve long been waiting for – with many thanks for all your visits, comments and suggestions!

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THE PLANE LANDED: the 2 Slovak boys are back after 920 days in ‘captivity’

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13 01 01 Slovak KidsThe plane landed: this is the translated title in a Slovak paper of the story that is typical for institutionalised child snatching aka State Stealing Children or State Kidnapping.

However, in an unprecedented way, this story ended with the return of the children – mainly due to the involvement of the Slovak government. Not just the Embassy here in London. That was not enough:

That could NOT quite be ignored by the Court of Appeal and the return of the boys was promised before 4th January.

Today, on the first day of the New Year, the plane landed in Bratislava!

On 4th January, Christopher Booker told the story in the second part of his weekly column in The Telegraph: Free at last – a Slovak Family Happily Reunited.

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How can anybody claim that foster ‘care’ is better than the love of these parents?

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If you are not aware of the Slovak parents whose two boys were taken, start by reading this page and then search for ‘slovak’ on Victims Unite!

As the final straw for your spectrum of emotions between outrage and sadness, please read this story of 10 Nov and this article of 13 Nov 2012 in a Slovak paper – with the aid of Google’s translation – and watch the subtitled film on that page.

The mother says “not without my children” or “BEZ DETÍ NEODÍDEM”. Googling for those words will give you lots of links.

  • Irvana has been using the game of the film Life is Beautiful to ‘explain’ to her sons why they cannot come home yet: they have to collect points beforehand
  • she explained that “these people, they are so clumsy, they spilled  the points,” so they have to collect again
  • one boy wants to come home by train, the other one by plane…

At the demo outside the UK Embassy in Bratislava, people were chanting ‘life is beautiful’.

Since then,

The “Absurdity of Social Services” on Slovak TV – incl. Protest in Nottingham

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In my observation, most victims of Social Services and secret Family Courts tend to believe in justice and fairness, until they experience very harsh realities.

This was true for a Slovak father who lost his two sons to foster parents who were allowed to adopt them.

When he gave up believing in The Rule of Law, he spoke to the press and TV in his home country. This TV news reported on 21st August 2012 on the ‘absurdity of Social Services’ as well as a protest against child snatching in Nottingham. 

He lost his £50,000 p.a. job as well as his house, due to the trauma inflicted upon him.

He knows of some 30 Slovak families who are affected as well as many others, especially from small countries.

The TV programme caused John Hemming MP to table this Early Day Motion: HUMAN RIGHTS and FORCED ADOPTIONS in the ENGLISH and WELSH COURTS. Please ask your MP to sign it!

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