Monthly Archives: July 2011

Supreme Court Weighs Parental Rights Abuses by Social Workers, Police


The United States Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a pair of cases that could restrict the authority of social workers to interview and examine children without their parents’ knowledge and consent. Pacific Justice Institute filed an amicus brief … Continue reading

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Our Children


  God gave us our children not the state Baby asked God: “They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?” God said “Your angel will … Continue reading

Posted in Adoption, Child Welfare, Foster Care, His Honour Judge Waine, Men, Parental Rights, Public Law, Social Work | Tagged , , , , , , | 34 Comments

Increase Transparency in the Family Courts


UK FAMILY COURT JUDGES VIOLATE AND DENY HUMAN RIGHTS OF CHILDREN – There is a clear need to increase transparency in the family courts, putting the views of children centre stage. Once a child is proven to be ‘Gillick’ competent … Continue reading

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UK Secret Courts


FORCED TO KIDNAP MY OWN BABY!

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Family Justice: What We Can Do To Protect Our Children


You may feel reform is the answer.  Some of us are of the feeling that we must start again and reject all aspects of this wicked system as it is too far gone and was based on a grande lie.

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Sir Nicholas Wall President of the Family Division


 Children and families Sir Nicholas Wall, who was initially rejected by the Justice Secretary, has been named President of the Family Division.   Under the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 the Lord Chancellor has a much reduced role in judicial appointments but … Continue reading

Posted in Adoption, Child Welfare, Family, President of the Family Division, Private Law, Sir Nicholas Wall, Social Work | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 21 Comments

Unlawful Government Action


Posted in Care Proceedings, District Judge Karen Venables, Family Law, Local Authorities, Northamptonshire, Parental Rights, Private Law, Public Law | Tagged , , , , , | 40 Comments

Family Law Courts


Family Law Courts. Guidance Note: In-Court Family Mediation Services.  Those individuals wishing to make an application to court,  whether publicly funded or otherwise, will have to first consider, as appropriate,  alternative means of resolving their disputes. Operation of the Family … Continue reading

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Family Division


In the UK the Government has now set targets to increase this industry called ‘child protection’ / ‘adoption’ long term foster is ‘forced adoption’. This is what I can not understand, the logic behind this. 

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A shocking look at the child welfare system


Disarm Parental Predators They can create an illusion of  caring for children in the name of the family court system.

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