Tag Archives: UK Parliament

Human Trafficking


History of Human Rights  “Human trafficking is no longer a war, it is an epidemic.” MODERN SLAVERY – HUMAN TRAFFICKING M.A.T.H. (Mothers Against Trafficking Humans) Do the MATH! 2.5 million people are trafficked yearly around the world PLUS a global … Continue reading

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Parents Rights UK Establishment


Parental Rights in the United Kingdom The Establishment is supposed to protect a child’s, a father’s and mother’s rights.   This is a case of where one person feels indebted against their will, to another.   What can one say, a small group of indivduals who … Continue reading

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Sir Nicholas Wall President of the Family Division


Sir Nicholas Wall President of the Family Division.

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Sir Nicholas Wall President Family Division and the Secrecy Rules


Sir Nicholas Wall President Family Division attacks the Secrecy Rules and then decides to break them himself.  Using a bottle of vinegar.

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Eugenics


In the early 1900’s, thanks to the theory of Evolution being embraced the establishment it started to sterilize people based on a board’s decision that they had BAD GENES. The Child Protective Service and child adoption is just another form of … Continue reading

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Accountability


This is very true, social blame avoids individual accountability. via Accountability.

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FAMILY GROUP (Article 8 ECHR)


FAMILY GROUP (Article 8 ECHR). “i really like this video… it makes The Declaration of Human Rights a lot easier to understand”

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Foster Care


Foster care is the term used for a system in which a minor who has been made a ward is placed in the private home of a state certified caregiver referred to as a “foster parent”.  The state via the family court and child protection agency stand in loco parentis to the minor, … 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

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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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