25th ANNIVERSARY of UN Convention on #ChildRights triggers #EU_Resolution

14 11 24 EPRS Child RightsHere’s is the Parliamentary Question raised by German Axel VOSS MEP on 16 October 2014 and here is the text for the Draft Motion of a Resolution – with my highlights – in the Plenary Sitting that has been postponed due to a no confidence vote in EU Commissioner Juncker.

In my view, the following is relevant to the UK in the Resolution regarding the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on Child Rights: Continue reading

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#HumanRights Issues become #HumanDuties: in the name of Defenceless Children and Intimidated Parents

Originally posted on Victims Unite!:

Searching BBC News for ‘child abuse’ results in these articles. My selection are these to paint a ‘critical picture’, as I’m preparing follow-ups from my last trip to Brussels. There, a Polish mum addressed the Committee on behalf of ‘defenceless children’ and ‘intimidated parents’. Intimidation takes place via threat with prison. And already in 2006, Harriet Harman MP admitted that 200 parents a year are being imprisoned through the secrecy of family courts.

Last night I spoke with a ‘process server’ who had a ‘package’ for me. She claimed that by opening the envelope from a firm of solicitors in Milton Keynes and by reading a ‘Reporting Restriction Order’ about a case I never heard of, I was ‘served’ with this ‘package’ that I refused to accept… Gagging is one of the characteristics that make the UK unique among European countries. That’s why parents were punished for going to…

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@SofiaSakorafa in #EP_Petitions: there is nothing more sacred than the relationship between parents and children

On 11 November 2014, Forced Adoptions were on the agenda of the new Petitions Committee in Brussels

  1. five minutes for my Systemic Patterns of Child Snatching and Forced Adoptions in the UK
  2. a Dutch father of Russian origin who is trying to ensure that his son can stay with him
  3. a Polish mother who speaks on behalf of “intimidated parents and defenceless children”
  4. the sister of a Lithuanian mother who was not given travel documents to come to Brussels herself, after her son was given to the abusive father by a UK judge – against the boy’s wishes – one of the typical traits of the systemic pattern.

Here’s the full report with link to articles in The Telegraph.

And here’s the post before we went.

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LATVIAN SUPPORT in the Royal Courts of Justice to STOP #ForcedAdoption of Katya

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:


Originally posted on Laila Brice:

20141029_10550320141029_101709Remarkably courageous Laila talked about her drama not only before the EU Petitions Committee in Brussels on 19/03/2014, but also at the recent International Conference on Child Removal Proceedings in Prague.

Please note that the Prague conference re-affirmed what the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe had formulated in 2012 as Resolution 1908 on Family courts and human rights: the implementation of

  • the EU Convention on Human Rights
  • and of the UN Convention on Child Rights.

John Hemming MP writes on his blog that such a conference would not be possible in the UK, as it would be ‘contempt of court’ to talk about individual cases!

Laila reported about her latest efforts in the Royal Courts of Justice on her Facebook page.

She was in Court 40 to get four applications dealt with:

  1. I am asking the court for the transfer of the case to Latvia. This…

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YouTube, Twitter & Facebook: altogether against #ForcedAdoption – on the agenda in Brussels on 11/11

Cheryl Corless sings “I want to sing, I want to scream, I want to shout” after her SEVEN children have been taken away from her…

On Facebook, she just jubilated that two of her boys are coming home!

On Twitter, she has 3,190 followers and her profile says:

I’m a full time family rights activist abused in care kids taken twice for forced adoption under the risk of future emotional harm.

Who needs more ‘evidence’ in ONE mum what we’ve observed in oodles of cases?

  • abuse in ‘care’ over more than one generation
  • mums in the ‘system’ are being targeted
  • it’s a ‘people processing industry’, where the ‘processors’ are ‘professionals’, i.e. people employed by the ‘public gravy train’ aka The State or Government.

When surviving abuse in care comes together with child snatching and violent partners being given custody over children, it is impossible to believe “it’s in the best interest of the child”.

But: reality is scoffed at. Illusion is king… unless you realise:

What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger…

… and you become the fighter you were born to become!

On Wednesday, Latvian Laila Brice will be in the Royal Courts of ‘Justice’ to stop the adoption of her daughter.

In Birmingham, mothers are getting together to demonstrate with veils to symbolise the gagging they’ve had to experience.

In Brussels I shall ask to ensure the enforcement of

  • the EU Convention on Human Rights
  • the UN Convention of Child Rights.

With a view to a People’s National #CSAInquiry I shall propose “Human and Child Rights Panels” across the country – comprising

  • victims and child sexual abuse survivors
  • parents and grandparents who lost their children and grandchildren
  • whistleblowers and disenchanted social workers
  • McKenzie Friends and the disenchanted legal profession
  • Local Councillors, MPs and MEPs who make forced adoption their issue.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail writes about the Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry #CSAinquiry:

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#ITV #EXPOSURE and #BBC: #forcedadoption – on the agenda again in Brussels on 11/11

These two videos are thanks to veteran McKenzie Friend and helper of mums and families from Monaco, Ian Josephs who publishes www.forced-adoption.com:

1) ITV Exposure:

2) Inside Out was broadcast on BBC One South East on Monday, 6 October 2014. Rachel Royce reports. http://forced-adoption.com/#insideout

In Brussels, I have been invited to address the Petitions Committee again on the Systemic Patterns of Child Snatching and Forced Adoptions in the UK.

After my 6 minutes of passion in March 2014, I shall present 3 minutes of rationality on 11 November and ask this question: who will enforce  Continue reading

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Private companies tortured children – now running children’s homes and services

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:

You can’t believe it, because you can’t imagine it…
With deep sighs.

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:

(not satire – it’s G4S and SERCO)

Private companies G4S and SERCO have agreed to pay out £100,000 in compensation for restraining torturing kids.

This illegal “restraining” by staff working for subsidiary companies belonging to the two multi-billion pound conglomerates has even resulted in the deaths of at least two children.

G4S went on to deal with the problem of the torturing and killing of children in their care by promoting one of the members of staff involved in it to the position of Health and Safety Manager in their children’s homes.

And Serco went on to allow its staff free range to also sexually assault young women who had been put in its care.

Considering all of the above shocking facts – why are we still allowing these cowboy companies to run children’s homes and our children’s educational services?

Could it be because they have friends in high places?



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TRAUMATISED son – back from #SS after #childsnatchuk by Kent County Council

12 minutes of the snatch of a 2-year old boy from a 20-year old mum who had been in care since age 13 and whose mum had been in care as well. Here’s her Facebook page. And her Facebook group to fight for little William.

11 minutes about lies by Social Workers until surprise, surprise, 6 months later, she actually got her son back – but he is still traumatised from the separation, and she feels she’s sometimes sitting next to a stranger…

And all that “in the child’s best interest” – when

And here’s what the Department of Education emailed re “in their best interests”: Continue reading

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PRAGUE Conference #ChildRemovals: CoE member states ought to respect their obligations #forcedadoption

Green: Founder States Blue: Later Member States

Dear colleagues,

On 3 October 2014 the international Conference on the Child Removal Proceedings in the Council of Europe Member States and Related Human Rights Issues was held in Charles University in Prague, organised by the European Institute of Law and Forensic Engineering.

During the ceremony in the Old Town Hall, before the conference, documentary films about concerned families were projected and participants had an opportunity on an informal level to share their practical experiences in the field of child removal and thus to establish the base for their further cooperation.

During the conference, interventions were made by

  • Mr Ján Kuklík, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague,
  • Mr John Hemming MP, member of British Parliament,
  • Ms Jitka Chalánková, member of Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic,
  • Ms Marica Pirosšíková, Agent of the Government of the Slovak Republic before the European Court of Human Rights,
  • Ms Ruby Harrold-Claesson, President of the Nordic Committee for Human Rights,
  • Mr Grégory Thuan Dit Dieudonné, former senior lawyer at the ECHR and attorney,
  • Ms Lucja Miara from Department for the Execution of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights and many other experts from all Europe.

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PRAGUE CONFERENCE on International Child Removal in Council of Europe Member States – in a Nutshell

Originally posted on Voluntary Public Interest Advocacy:

14 10 03 EUPSIThis is the logo of the Institute of Law and Forensic Science sponsoring the Conference at the Charles University in Prague.

Since many conference presenters mentioned how hard it is to fight an institution, we hope that the academic institution of a small country will be more successful than our various efforts across Europe who came together – thanks to Dr Marica Pirosikova, Agent of the Government of the Slovak Republic before the ECHR and Erik Bihary of the European Institute of Law and Forensic Science.

Support included Czech MPs, Ministers and the Mayor who offered the historic town hall as the opening venue.

That’s where the tone was set with the film produced by two Slovak film makers about the two Boor boys who were returned after 920 days in captivity: Not without out My Children.


Slide9Slide10As a first step, a Scientific Committee will take things forward…

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