Monthly Archives: August 2016

Parliament Passed The Act Of Supremacy In 1534


  Parliament Passed The Act Of Supremacy In 1534 Parliament passed the Act of Supremacy in 1534, which declared Henry to be the “Supreme Head” of the Church of England. Source: Historical – History of Roman Catholicism  The purpose of the … Continue reading

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King Henry of England


  Author Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo designed the coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI in 2005. King Henry of England was a Blackamoor, Black or melanin man. His bloodline is the lineage of the tribe of Judah.  Yes ALL … Continue reading

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Councils admit putting kids into care due to obesity concerns


Councils admit putting kids into care due to obesity concerns Source: Obese Children Should Be Separated From Parents 12 AUG 2016 BY CLAIRE MILLER OBESITY was a factor in social services intervening to help children at risk. Scottish Borders has placed … Continue reading

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Professor Alexis Jay And The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry

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  Professor Alexis Jay And The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry   Professor Alexis Jay appointed new chair of child abuse inquiry   Child protection expect Professor Alexis Jay has been confirmed as the latest chair of the child sex abuse … Continue reading

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Ngozi A. Godwell| RECORDING of conversations – Why are some at Cafcass so afraid of it ??


  Ngozi A. Godwell| RECORDING of conversations – Why are some at Cafcass so afraid of it ??  What counts is your spirit, not brain or blood. Matter is just an illusion to what is real. Just, because we bleed … Continue reading

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Confucius (551–479 BCE)

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Confucius (551–479 BCE) Confucius (551–479 BCE) was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher whose philosophy emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. Source: Social Work And The Shift From ‘Welfare’ To ‘Justice’ By Lieve … Continue reading

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So what have you learned as a legal intern?


So what have you learned as a legal intern?   Issues Within The Court System (7/14) Making Your Case: The Family Court Process. Source: Issues Within The Court System

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CPS Juvenile Court Crime Ring Operates Under Color of Law – Attorney Judge Activists Speak Out


CPS Juvenile Court Crime Ring Operates Under Color of Law – Attorney Judge Activists Speak Out

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Professor Alexis Jay appointed new chair of child abuse inquiry


  Professor Alexis Jay appointed new chair of child abuse inquiry   Child protection expect Professor Alexis Jay has been confirmed as the latest chair of the child sex abuse inquiry. Professor Jay was appointed to the Panel of the … Continue reading

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Search Results For Foster Care | Parents Rights Blog


  Search Results For Foster Care | Parents Rights Blog Latest Foster Care News Right Now! Terre des hommes – Child Protection New In Europe! … Continue reading → Latest Activist News Right Now! Latest Child Custody News Right Now! Latest Crime. Police … Continue reading

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