Monthly Archives: November 2016

Nearly 400 Children Rescued And 348 Adults Arrested In Canadian Child Pornography Bust


Nearly 400 Children Rescued And 348 Adults Arrested In Canadian Child Pornography Bust Toronto Police Service Detective Constable Lisa Belanger (L) and Inspector Joanna Beaven-Desjardins of the Toronto Police Service Sex Crimes Unit (R) announce hundreds of arrests in a … Continue reading

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Roger Cook The journalist


Roger Cook The journalist Roger Cook was born on 6 April 1943. His parents were New Zealanders, but he was brought up in Australia, and began his career with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as a reporter and newsreader on both radio and television. … Continue reading

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Child Protection Service Is One Of The World’s All Time Most Deadly Organizations


  Child Protection Service Is One Of The World’s All Time Most Deadly Organizations Click Here To “WHY WE MUST FIGHT AGAINST CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES” on YouTube There are good reporters and editors out there who do run great stories … Continue reading

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Word of the day: INIQUITY

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Word of the day: INIQUITY [iniquities] You can refer to wicked actions or very unfair situations as iniquity. [formal] * He rails against the iniquities of the family court system. Source: Word of the day: ONEROUS

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Northampton In The United Kingdom – Parents Rights Blog


  Northampton In The United Kingdom – Parents Rights Blog I have used every kind of library in existence. Had access to books stored in exclusive places. I have lost interest in debating with #Northamptonians, #educationally  politically and philosophically through … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Year: Courtenay Griffiths QC


  Quote Of The Year: Courtenay Griffiths QC   “I always saw the courtroom as an arena of struggle. It wasn’t always a purely legalistic process involved in the courtroom. You always had to engage with the politics of the situation.’ … Continue reading

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Child Sex Abuse Inquiry To Be Over By 2020 As Remit Is Scaled Back


  Child Sex Abuse Inquiry To Be Over By 2020 As Remit Is Scaled Back The five areas to be investigated by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.independent.co.uk See on Scoop.it – Public … Continue reading

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Word of the day: ONEROUS


Word of the day: ONEROUS ADJECTIVE 1 (of a task or responsibility) involving a great deal of effort, trouble, or difficulty: ‘he found his duties increasingly onerous’ 1.1 Law Involving heavy obligations: ‘an onerous lease’ Source: Word of the day: KNOWLEDGE. Origin … Continue reading

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Forced out by extreme poverty, lured by the possibility of economic advancement for themselves and their families


Forced out by extreme poverty, lured by the possibility of economic advancement for themselves and their families Source: District Judge Dorothy Flood And Children’s Guardian Michael Gregg The philanthropist  George Soros was born on born August 12, 1930, as György Schwartz; and is … Continue reading

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Word of the day: KNOWLEDGE


  Word of the day: KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE – is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have. For example, if you say that something is true to your knowledge or to the best … Continue reading

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