The Analogy Of The Unknown

The Analogy Of The Unknown


Last updated on Friday 5th August 2016 15:13

The word analogy:
  1. a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.
    “an analogy between the workings of nature and those of human societies”

It almost seems like they were taught in school how to offend every moral fiber of rightness kindness justice goodness that is left in humanity, and twist and distort all of our culture into something unfathomably evil that promotes denigration, alienation, disenfranchisement of mothers at every level leaving no stone upturned and no mind unpolluted.
The fact is the family court, criminal courts and civil courts are very quickly being exposed due to technology,  in western cultures like United Kingdom, United States of America , Australia,  European Union, New Zealand, the justice system has become known as two things:

1 justice system, justice only is given to some often financial or bias.

2 there is no such thing in truth and justice its about a dirty game people play in a court room. Often our worst offenders in society (psychopaths) sit in judgement, you may start to hear the term systems of psychopathy.


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Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents

Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said she hurried to the house, conducted a thorough investigation, determined there … Continue reading

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Names And Addresses Of Some Judges

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‘Pizzagate’ Gunman Sentenced To 4 Years In Prison


‘Pizzagate’ Gunman Sentenced To 4 Years In Prison

Article by Legally Kidnapped Monday, December 05, 2016 I’m sure that many of you are by now aware of and jumping on the Pizzagate train….

Source: System-Suckology: Thoughts on Pizzagate Connection to CPS Vs. The Real Child Welfare Pedophiles.

Welch heard about the conspiracy theory last December and spent three days reading about it and watching videos, according to a statement that was part of his plea agreement. He then decided to go investigate the matter himself.

“The defendant then took it upon himself to act in what he believed would be a violent confrontation at the restaurant,” the statement reads. Welch unsuccessfully attempted to try to persuade friends to join him. He said he believed it would involve “sacraficing [sic] the lives of a few for the lives of many,” according to court documents.

Welch then drove to Washington and entered Comet Ping Pong, where numerous children were present. He was brandishing the 3-foot-long rifle and had a loaded revolver in a holster on his hip. Employees and clients fled the pizzeria while Welch looked around the restaurant and moved furniture. Continue reading →


And even if Pizzagate is true, I’m sure they’ve moved on from the pizza shop by now anyway.  So let’s please get back to reality so we can start solving the real problems with CPS and the Child Welfare System.

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Brexit , England And The Scottish Parliament 


Brexit , England And The Scottish Parliament


A parliamentary vote is needed as Brexit will lead to UK citizens losing their rights under EU law.

Article 50 bill cleared by Parliament as government wins final two Lords votes with 100-plus majorities.

Source: The Deadline For Invoking Article 50 Is Set | Europe.

5. If a State which has withdrawn from the Union asks to rejoin, its request shall be subject to the procedure referred to in Article 49.

Theresa May faces a fresh constitutional battle with the Scottish government after conceding that the Holyrood parliament could be allowed to vote on her Brexit plans.

Speaking as she debated the Queen’s speech at Westminster, the prime minister said her government was considering whether to offer Holyrood the right to vote on the repeal bill that will enact the UK’s departure from the EU.

Scotland’s Brexit minister, Mike Russell, warned May that his government would ask the Scottish parliament to vote against that so-called legislative consent motion unless it was happy with its main measures.

That threatens to open up a series of conflicts between Westminster and Holyrood over which powers and policies now controlled in Brussels would be handed to Holyrood, and to the devolved parliaments in Cardiff and Stormont, and which would be kept in Whitehall.

Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament Building(Scottish Gaelic: Pàrlamaid na h-AlbaScots: Scots Pairlament Biggin) is the home of the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood, within theUNESCO World Heritage Site in central Edinburgh.


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Hillsborough deputies: FSU student says ‘screaming voices’ led to murders of mother, stepfather


Hillsborough deputies:

FSU student says ‘screaming voices’ led to murders of mother, stepfather.

TAMPA — Her stepfather lay dead under a blanket behind a locked bedroom door. Looming in an open window in her family’s Carrollwood home, the 21-year-old college student waited through the night for her mother to come home.

Source: Parental Alienation | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog.

Quote from an observer:

Parental Alienation is a direct action because of our corrupt Family Courts. Court records show Nachtman had been the subject of a lengthy custody dispute that began in 1998 between her mother and biological father, Ronald Nachtman. He made child support payments until 2013. He did not return calls Monday for comment.

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Charlie Gard must stay on life support for appeal to ECHR, Supreme Court rules

Charlie Gard must stay on life support for appeal to ECHR, Supreme Court rules

Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage.

Source: Strasbourg grants emergency hearing in Charlie Gard appeal

Charlie Gard, a terminally ill baby, should stay on life support for another three weeks, doctors have been told by Supreme Court justices in London.

Great Ormond Street specialists will keep providing life support while judges in the European Court of Human Rights analyse the case.

Lady Hale, the Supreme Court’s deputy president, headed the panel and explained the judges’ conflict in a written ruling.

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The Frustration That Led To Brexit Shifts British Politics


The Frustration That Led To Brexit Shifts British Politics


An article in The Guardian (May 16, 2014) stated: ‘The power to take children away from their families could be privatised along with other child protection services 

The proposal from the then Michael Gove’s Department for Education (DfE) to permit the outsourcing of children’s social services in England to companies such as G4S and Serco has alarmed experts. They say profit-making companies should not be in charge of such sensitive family matters, and warn that the introduction of the profit motive into child protection may distort the decision-making process.

The government has backed down over plans that would have allowed social services departments to set aside the rights of vulnerable children.

A key part of the Children and Social Work Bill is being axed after Lord Laming, who chaired the Victoria Climbie inquiry, joined a campaign against it ( 3 March 2017).

Prof Eileen Munro, whose social work review inspired the Children and Social Work Bill, said the opt-outs create “more dangers than benefits”.

“I have reached the conclusion that the power to have exemption from primary and secondary legislation creates more dangers than the benefits it might produce,” she said (11 February 2017).

About 50 organisations publicly oppose the proposed exemptions – including the British Association of Social Workers, The Care Leavers’ Association, Women’s Aid, Liberty and the National Association of People Abused in Childhood.

They have banded together to form a group called Together for Children to oppose the Bill.

“We have been unable to find any example of any other country which allows councils to opt out of their duties to very vulnerable children and young people, including those the state is directly responsible for by law.” ~ Carolyne Willow, director of independent children’s rights organisation Article 39

After months of campaigning, we succeeded!

On the evening of 2 March 2017, Parliament published a document showing the Education Secretary Justine Greening had added her name to amendments to LEAVE OUT the clauses for good. This was passed on 7 March.

On 27 April 2017, Royal Assent was granted to the legislation – without the exemption clauses! 

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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Ends in Mistrial

Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Ends in Mistrial

Source: The Jury in Bill Cosby’s Trial is Deadlocked, Wants to Kno

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Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse after a preliminary hearing on May 24, 2016, in Norristown, Penn.

Bill Cosby‘s trial on sexual assault charges ended without a verdict Saturday after jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision in a case that helped destroy the 79-year-old comedian’s image as “America’s Dad.”

“After 52 hours of deliberation–probably one of the most courageous acts I’ve ever seen — I’m compelled to grant a mistrial,” Judge Steven O’Neill said.

Jurors deliberated more than 52 hours over six days before telling a judge they couldn’t agree on whetherThe Cosby Show star drugged and molested Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. The judge then declared a mistrial.

What does it mean when you have a mistrial?

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The Jury in Bill Cosby’s Trial is Deadlocked, Wants to Know What “Reasonable Doubt” Means


The Jury in Bill Cosby’s Trial is Deadlocked, Wants to Know What “Reasonable Doubt” Means

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Source: Cosby trial: Jury tells judge they can’t come to a consensus in sexual assault case.

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Cosby trial: Jury tells judge they can’t come to a consensus in sexual assault case

Cosby trial: Jury tells judge they can’t come to a consensus in sexual assault case

William Henry Cosby Jr. (born July 12, 1937) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, musician, and author. His start in stand-up comedy began at the hungry i in San Francisco and was followed by his landing a starring role in the 1960s television show I Spy. He was also a regular on the children’s television series The Electric Company during the show’s first two seasons (wikipedia).

Bill Cosby arrives for jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., Thursday. (Matt Slocum/Associated Press)

The jury returned to the courtroom six times to ask questions regarding the testimony they had heard. The judge lauded the jury on Wednesday night (

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Online Courts: What’s The ‘Human’ Impact?

Online Courts: What’s The ‘Human’ Impact?


Source: Increase Transparency in the Family Courts.

The testing of online courts should not simply be about whether the technology works, said Andrew Langdon QC, chairman of the Bar at an event on 16 February hosted by the UCL Judicial Institute,The Case for Online Courts’.

He sensibly pointed out the ‘human process’ of law, and the potential impacts of the transition to digital over face-to-face technologies.

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Strasbourg grants emergency hearing in Charlie Gard appeal

Alternative treatment for seriously ill child not in his best interests.

UK Human Rights Blog

Yates v United Kingdom – here

In my last post on this case, I explained that the Supreme Court had granted a short stay to 5pm Friday 9th June to enable the parents to ask the Strasbourg Court to intervene. So far, the courts have ruled in favour of Great Ormond Street’s application to withdraw artificial ventilation from Charlie.

Shortly after my post, on Friday 9 June, the ECtHR ordered an emergency hearing. To that end, it requested the UK to keep Charlie alive until the end of 13 June.

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