Latvian, Lithuanian And Russian Mothers In The United Kingdom
What about the children? Is it better for a child to live in hell or to be unloved or unsafe and stay with those that bear similar DNA? Then [sic] to be in an environment where they have safety and love? Is that just their cross to bear to see all these things and grow up to be abusive or incapable of love or responsibility?
~ Daniel Ibn Zayd
“Dutch social workers catch the English disease”, reports the case of the 11-year-old Antonovs twins: a Russian-Latvian brother and sister forcibly snatched by Dutch social workers from their mother and older brother Ilja, primarily on the grounds that at home they spoke Russian, not Dutch. A chilling video of the twins being carried kicking and screaming to a police van is on YouTube (“Kidnap of children from their mother by Dutch social services”), recording a scene not dissimilar to ones that unfold here in Britain, many times every week (legallykidnapped).
Imagine for a moment that you are outside playing with your children and one of them disturbs one of your neighbours. A shouting match ensued even though you have tried several times to apologize and had your child apologize. Now a couple of days later a CPS worker shows up with a report of “suspected” abuse by an anonymous tip.
They never tell you who made the report. So having nothing to hide, you let them in to see that your children are fine.
You don’t think that the bruise on your sons leg from falling off his bike last week will matter. You don’t think that because the kids have been out back playing in the dirt will matter or that maybe you haven’t started the laundry or washed the days dishes yet, will matter. The worker leaves and says you will hear from them if it is unfounded.
They won’t tell you that your adorable children fit the profile of kids that the perfect foster parents are looking for. So after a couple of days, the worker comes back with the police and takes your children. It happens everyday in this country.
Warning over ‘murky’ government plans for children’s social work practices
On 13 May, the DfE announced it would change the law to allow councils to outsource support and placement services for looked-after children and care leavers to any external organisation, not just the GP-style practices originally imagined.
Government misinterpreting the research
“I don’t feel the evidence was strong enough to warrant a major reorganisation of the way services for looked-after children are delivered. Not all the social work practices were able to deliver high-quality services for children. In some cases the services delivered were not of high-quality.”
The pilots relied too much on council expertise in areas like child protection to really be independent, Stanley notes. “In only one case did a pilot manage the placement budget themselves. It’s very hard to see how the pilots would have functioned without the support and expertise of the local authorities.” Click Here To Read More>>>
Family Law Courts – No one over eleven believes it’s working.
We have had a substantial effect against the system throughout 2011. Never before have the eugenicist within social services and the CPS, felt so exposed. 2016 will be another devastating year for them, as we continue to campaign not for reform, but to create the terms and conditions for a systemic DISMANTLING process to begin.