Three petitions are dead. Long live a Witness Statement and #EU Debates #WhistleblowerKids

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15 07 17 PetitionChange.org have done it again – listen to paedos, shills, trolls, hoaxers rather than appreciate the battles we’re fighting: they removed the third petition, with 1,184 signatures last time I looked.

So the only petition that is left for you to sign and share is

The title used to be Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent. But now we have this fabulous chance of supporting

  1. a debate in the EU Parliament of 751 Parliamentarians on 07 September 2015
  2. a debate among the Heads of the 28 Member States in the EU Council on 15/16 October 2015. 

PLEASE do sign! It’s worth it! Change.org has the great advantage of triggering emails to the ‘target’ of the petition. So the leaders of the political groups who most democratically schedule the debates will see that this is what we want: every single…

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Is pressure to speed up adoptions leaving children out in the cold? | Louise Tickle

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:

I am just working on the errors in the report on Adoptions without Consent commissioned by the EU Petitions Committee: only 5 – 7% of children in ‘care’ get adopted. And 96% of those adoptions are FORCED, i.e. imposed by judges in secret family courts – against the parents’ wills – thus ruining the children’s lives!

Originally posted on Parents Rights Blog:

Social workers are being heavily criticised by judges for bringing shoddy cases and poor evidence to court in care proceedings as the government allocates more funds to quicken the process

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Is pressure to speed up adoptions leaving children out in the cold?

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Social workers are being heavily criticised by judges for bringing shoddy cases and poor evidence to court in care Boy looking in through windowproceedings as the government allocates more funds to quicken the process.
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Discourse beyond Disbelief: #SatanicCult baseless? You can’t believe it for you can’t imagine it? Academic support for #WhistleblowerKids #HampsteadScandal

Originally posted on Voluntary Public Interest Advocacy:

After I received a link to the above account of a UK born Canadian psychotherapist, I was again the recipient of another load of libel from the mainstream media. Hence I HAD to publish what I had been sent earlier: 80 slides about

I had in fact met a lovely Irish friend who was not allowed to finish her training as a therapist because she started to get in touch with memories of her being abused by her family – already some 8 years ago.

Here I publish the email from Dr Rainer Kurz, an Occupational Psychologist who has helped an abuse survivor and thus has first hand knowledge of a case remarkably similar to the Hampstead…

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Let Her Appeal!

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Let her appeal! MPs back gran, 58, branded too old to adopt granddaughter: Decision labelled ‘disturbing’ as campaigners say couple must be allowed to argue their case

  • Pressure grows for couple prevented from adopting their only grandchild
  • They were told they were ‘too old’ to look after the girl as she grew older
  • But campaigners have rallied to their defence and branded it ‘disturbing’
  • They have said the elderly couple must be allowed to appeal the decision
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Dear Clerk of the Judge, Watch out for the Debate in EU Parliament and EU Council: Protect Best Interest of Children (across borders)

Originally posted on Voluntary Public Interest Advocacy:

The development of Petitioning EU Parliament since 2013 made me write this email the clerk of Mrs Justice Pauffley, the High Court judge who had ordered me to appear before her after a private meeting with Barnet Council – behind the back of the mother of the two whistleblower kids.

Please sign the Petition! It’s THE chance – not only for children in the UK!

Dear Mr Clark

Mrs Justice Pauffley had asked me not to write to her. This therefore comes to you to illustrate the level of debate that has emerged from submissions to the Petitions Committee of the EU Parliament.

Ours is only one of 21 from the UK and covers:

Due to the list of potential CRIMINAL charges emanating from the Gareev-Dearman children’s allegations we added:

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WRITE TO YOUR MEP: for a Parliamentary Debate on Protecting the Best Interest of the Child across Europe – in September and October!

15 07 17 PetitionDear Parents, Grandparents, Supporters, Campaigners and All Conscious Human Beings with a Heart, Morals, Ethics and a Conscience,

This is a ‘clarion call’ of a different kind: you have the chance to support a Debate in the European Parliament (on 7 Septemberof questions regarding the legal, political and administrative procedures

  • Protecting the best interest of the child (across borders) in Europe – on 07 September in Parliament (751 MEPs) and 15/16 October in the Council (28 Heads of Member States) – IF WE GET ENOUGH SUPPORT FOR THE SCHEDULING!
  • Hence we changed the title of the Petition and added the significant MEPs as recipients.
  • Your signature will trigger an email to them!!!

In the wake of some 21 petitions to the EU Parliament, these Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) of the European People’s Party have taken the initiative – for every day in a child’s life with the wrong parent or in ‘care’ is TOO LONG:

  1. Peter Jahr MEP
  2. Tadeusz Zwiefka MEP
  3. Mairead McGuinness MEP
  4. Roberta Metsola MEP
  5. Anna-Maria Corazzo-Bildt MEP

They formulated these questions for the EU Commission (the administration to ensure compliance with EU law):

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BATTLE NEWS from Brussels re #ForcedAdoptions: Imposed by Judges against Parents’ Wills – the European Dimension

Originally posted on Victims Unite!:

Arun Dohle is in an India-born German national who was adopted when he was two months old. I had spoken with him on Skype before, but on Monday night we met for a face-to-face conversation. He gave me Romania – for Export Only – by Roelie Post. The back of the book says:

a ferocious lobby that wants to maintain intercountry adoptions stepped out – where global politics and private interests compete with the rights of the child.

Arun is the Executive Director of Action against Child Trafficking. He talked to me about Pound Pup Legacy – the website exposing the dark side of adoption I had been painfully aware of. Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn refers to it in her study that was on the agenda for yesterday’s meeting of the Petitions Committee.

Arun also suggested I write to President Juncker, as I haven’t heard from Vice-President Timmermans, since I handed…

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‘I was moved 39 times in five years by Birmingham social services’ – BBC News

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:

Mind the gaps: between rules, regulations, guidelines, etc and REALITY in REAL PEOPLE’s lives!…

Originally posted on Parents Rights Blog:

A woman who was moved 39 times in the five years she spent in the care of Birmingham social services as a girl says vulnerable children need more support.

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MIND THE GAP between Politicians, Academics and Real Life Victims: #ForcedAdoption before #EP_Petitions Committee of EU Parliament

15 07 08 AdoptionsHow predictable: after my six minutes of passion on 19 March 2014 when 30 parents had accompanied me to Brussels and put their hopes on getting their children back, there is now this academic report by Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn of King’s College confirming what Ministers have written to us:

  • the Law is clear – no violation of Article 8 – the right to family life
  • everything is hunky dory – never mind inequality of contact and ignoring judgements of other countries as well as international treaties
  • it’s all in the children’s best interest…

Never mind the realities that we have observed:

  • Forced Adoptions cover only 4% of the 1,000 children taken every month;
  • children taken without paper work and ‘evidence’ made up as they go along the secret family court route;
  • children given to their abusive fathers;
  • mothers fleeing the country to give birth abroad;
  • over-representation by the UK in the EU Commission’s 9th Annual Forum on Child Rights;
  • Labour’s adoption targets continued as ‘permanence targets’ in Public Service Agreements – collated by former MP John Hemming;
  • the UK having ‘exported’ their system to other countries such as The Netherlands – let alone the statistics and the need for McKenzie Friends such as Ian Josephs for over 50 years!

And now some of the children turned adults come forward:

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