There are a few triggers for this online petition to Stop Forced Adoptions in the UK:
- I was told about a conversation with two non-UK MEPs who would like to see 2,000 signatures as ‘evidence’ to take it further – in addition to the 1,220 signatures of The Secrecy of Family Courts should be lifted Now
- a live court case appealing an Adoption Order this week – with the special precaution NOT OPEN TO THE MEDIA – besides ‘lying through their teeth’ and unbelievably unprofessional behaviour by the Local Authority concerned
- an Early Day Motion tabled by John Hemming MP about a barrister who had to flee the UK: Michelle Freedman and the London Borough of Barnet
- her story in The Telegraph: the lawyer mother who beat the social workers
- the cry for help by a father who is expected to PAY for visiting his stolen child but doesn’t have the money
- UKBA is condemned for separating 200 children from their parents; I have been visiting mums in HMP Holloway for nearly 2 years now and know exactly that foreigners are being targeted
- a reminder of the Kids for Cash Court Scandal by UKIP spokesperson David Gale who succeeded to get Vicky Haigh released from prison. Here is Christopher Booker’s article about that latest chapter in her drama.
Victoria Haigh released following a campaign by UKIP’s David Gale after she was unlawfully imprisoned. Seen here reunited with her daughter after an emergency release instruction brought her detention to an end. Previously a candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner in Derbyshire, Gale has reported senior officers in both Nottinghamshire Probation Trust and the Ministry of Justice for the criminal offence of misconduct in public office. For more information on this and other cases in the Kids for Cash Court Scandal visit: http://www.facebook.com/KidsForCashCourtScandal
The Daily Mail speaks out on behalf of the Australian victims – at least occasionally – albeit not enough to make a difference in the UK (yet):
- The Australia-wide commission is looking into allegations of child sex abuse in state and religious institutions as well as community groups.
- Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the commission in November in the face of a string of sexual abuse accusations against priests and claims of a Roman Catholic Church cover-up.
- The government has offered free legal advice to people who want to make submissions to the inquiry before public hearings begin after September.
Australia took the lead with another Royal Commission in 1996: when investigating New South Wales Police, the result was corruption, reform and paedophilia…
- on 28th March #paedobritain was trending on Twitter for more than eight hours which gave rise to this article in the Huffington Post: From Paedogeddon to #paedobritain: it’s not a joke any more
- a comment on this NeedleBlog promises ‘big news’ in some months in the UK
- this spotlight on historic child abuse: the past on trial has had over 100,000 visitors since February 2013!
- COMING SOON: ‘Historical Perspectives on Child Sexual Abuse, Part 1′ by Dr. Yorick Smaal (history-compass.com)
- Australia launches national child sex abuse inquiry (vietnamnews.vn)
- Royal commission: victims to speak, for as long as it takes (crikey.com.au)
- Australia opens national child abuse inquiry (updatednews.ca)
- Australia braces for ‘uncomfortable truths’ in national child sex abuse inquiry (rawstory.com)
- Coming Out About Child Sexual Abuse (failedmessiah.typepad.com)
- police blind-eye
- judicial stitch-up
- and CPS bollocks.
You may enjoy these excellent summaries that emerged for Thursday’s Online Action Day:
With a comment by Conrad Jones who wrote a book about a Satanist vampire cult called Nine Angels: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nine-Angels-Conrad-Jones/dp/1467938157/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1364553296&sr=1-1-catcorr
Other books relating to what’s behind the paedofile are:
How to protect every paedophile in Britain
International children’s services provider, Core Assets Group has announced the acquisition of Carter Brown Associates Ltd – the UK’s leading family expert witness firm. It is at best regulatory indolence and at worst a disgrace that this acquisition is being allowed to go ahead.
This latest acquisition by Core Assets - a rapidly expanding service supplier in the children and families sector - may make eminent sense for their business, but it makes no sense at all on the dimensions of justice and a level playing field for dysfunctional families; and while I would stress that absolutely no scandal I know of attaches to CAG, we must all wake up here and work out how paedophile rings operate.