@Europarl_en Blowing the Trumpet to STOP #ChildSnatchUK and #ForcedAdoption #EPlenary

A 19 minute conversation between two mathematicians: Sabine as German EU Petitioner about Child-Snatching and Forced Adoptions in the UK and Tatjana Zdanoka, MEP for Latvia and member of the Petitions Committee.

Please note Christopher Booker’s article shortly after that first presentation:

The reason for visiting the EU Parliament this time was the fact that three petitions regarding child rights were scheduled to be heard.

In particular, the one by 40 lawyers from Nordic countries:

But it was also important to get up to speed with the Plenary Debate that will take place on Wednesday 27 April:

Here are

16 04 20 Motion for ResolutionAnd this is the Motion for a Resolution on safeguarding the best interests of the child across the EU based on petitions addressed to the European Parliament.



About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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3 Responses to @Europarl_en Blowing the Trumpet to STOP #ChildSnatchUK and #ForcedAdoption #EPlenary

  1. peter oakes says:

    Have you seen the Canadian debacle with catholic nuns trading orphans for
    mental health issues re lobotomy,s and other eperiments exposed on RT.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yes in Canada 100,000 children have been killed whilst under the protection of the nuns , DUPLESSIS, it emerges that many of the current politicians and ex premiers were at some point involved, the Canadian Government paid for each orphan that was subsequently murdered.
    NO INQUIRY COVER UP AS PER USUAL. Russia Today covered the story yesterday I don’t see any interest from the BBC.

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