- Girl was found alone in dirty south west London flat aged just 21 months
- Mother fought move to put her up for adoption and denied neglecting child
- Latvia’s parliament have complained to British Government about the case
- Court of Appeal upheld decision for the second time to remove the child
Against their will: The controversial practice of forced adoption at the behest of social services is facing widespread criticism at home and abroad. RT’s Daniel Hawkins interviews one family affected by the policy.
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By Juliet Bremner: ITV News Correspondent
Growing numbers of fearful parents are finding sanctuary in rural Ireland, on the run from social services in England and Wales where their children are being threatened with forced adoption. Read more click here
Fife Council Social Services persecute young Mum …: http://youtu.be/HrP0DJ0UIE8
The big boy’s network protects each other. What we need to consider here is the trauma that affects the child and parent. Traumatised people will demand that anyone protect them from a real or imagined threat. A traumatised nation living in fear will create more things to be afraid of. A single thought is very powerful, the collective thought is even more so.
The state creates an imaginary threat and the people demand security. If that means going to war, bombing, killing maiming, destruction, then so be it, so long as I feel the state is protecting us, we will accept the atrocities of war. A traumatised nation is a compliant nation, they are consumed with surviving that they become consumers. They become consumers of anything they think will help them to feel better, or anything they are told they need to feel better.
A consumer is someone who is consumed by their own fears and insecurities that they will look to anyone or anything that says that they can help them reduce the feeling. We build a system based on consumerism and attainment of material things and we create consumers. This is achieved by reducing people down to feeling that they are worthless and undeserving. This is achieved by traumatising people through various means. I see the ripping apart of families and the threat of ripping apart of families as the ultimate tool of trauma.
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Welcome to Child Care Proceedings Exposed. This website has been started by a group of concerned people who have had first-hand experience of child care proceedings. What is happening in family courts all across the country is fundamentally wrong and has no place in English law.
Miscarriages of justice are taking place on a daily basis in secret family courts. Judges, solicitors, barristers, social worker and guardians collude together to remove healthy children from loving parents based on false allegations of harm, or the risk of future emotional harm.
Human rights are being breached on a daily basis.
Article 3 – No torture, inhuman or degrading treatment. The prohibition on torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment is one of the most important provisions in the Human Rights Act.
Article 6 – right to a fair hearing. The right to a fair trial is fundamental to the rule of law and to democracy itself.
Article 7 – No punishment without law Article 7 provides that:
- No-one can be found guilty of a crime that was not a crime under the law at the time it was committed – the prohibition on retrospective criminalisation; and
- Anyone found guilty of a criminal offence cannot have a heavier penalty imposed on him or her than that which was applicable at the time the offence was committed.
Article 8 – Right to a private and family life. Everyone has the right to respect for his of her private and family life, home and correspondence.
From the moment the child is identified as adoptable, the social services move in for the kill. Vulnerable and frightened parents are like lambs to the slaughter, and once the social services have got their teeth in, they are not prepared to let go, even when they know they have got it wrong.
Nothing is left to chance when it comes to achieving the final goal of having a child taken for adoption, the lengths they will go to will leave you astounded, shocked and in a state of disbelief. They use parent’s lack of knowledge and access to information and legal help to push for adoption, the biggest weapon is the use of fear.
It is all done in the name of ‘child protection’, and whilst it is agreed children need protecting from any form of harm and/or abuse, what is happening is not identifying children who need protecting, it is about identifying children who can be easily adopted.
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