@MoJGovUK Judge admits #ForcedAdoptions higher in #UK than other #EU countries

Victims Unite!

The legal minefield of Europe’s non-consensual adoptions –
how ‘forced adoptions’ became ‘topical’ in the EU Parliament

This 6-minute video was published by European Parliament TV on 04 February 2016.

To illustrate the problems rather than find answers on behalf of the children, is typical for politicians and ‘paper people’, while everybody is ‘just doing their job’, when Police are taking those children that Social Services tell them to take. Once they are gone, it is virtually impossible to get them back via the courts.

Covering-up crimes is worse than committing crimes, I am told…

But to go forward, we…

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@ChildrensComm Children’s Rights First! Our Five Issues in the Light of #EU and #UN

This resume is the most recent attempt to summarise:

  1. the problems we’ve encountered over years of assisting victims of child snatching and white collar crimes;
  2. our attempts to help individual cases while addressing the systemic patterns of child snatching and forced adoptions in the UK;
  3. to expose online what does not get covered by mainstream media.

CHILDREN’S RIGHTS FIRST!

In the Spirit of EU Directives
and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Our Five Issues

Child Snatching
by the State
Secrecy of Family Courts Forced
Adoptions
Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA)

What is Unique in the UK[1] compiled by Ian Josephs[2], former local councillor in Kent with law degree from Oxford and publisher of Forced Adoption[3], living in Monaco, with over 50 years of observation: Continue reading

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Single parents who flee abroad with child ‘cannot escape UK court’

Parents Rights Blog

Single parents who take their children and flee abroad cannot escape court proceedings by claiming they now live outside the UK?s jurisdiction, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.independent.co.uk

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The shocking truth about Britain’s forced adoption scandal

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If you thought for one minute that Britain is really as it appears to be, you’re very sadly mistaken.

Beneath the pomp and pageantry lies a network of paedophilic depravity, so vile and despicable, it literally beggars belief.

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From the Elm Guest House scandal to North Wales care home abuse via Dolphin Square; to sickening Warwick Spinks and the Amsterdam connection; from Jersey’s Haut de la Garenne to Kincora in Northern Ireland; from the vile BBC to complicit police and government authorities; from MP’s through to the Royal Family themselves; the whole filthy lot of them are in on it.

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If that wasn’t bad enough, we then have another layer of filth and injustice, via the secret court system and lying social workers who are deliberately snatching children from loving families to be fostered and adopted by total strangers.

Are the two scandals linked?

Most certainly, yes.

You see, according to the Forced Adoption website, a staggering…

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Applying For Contact After An Adoption Order Is Made

Researching Reform

Along with whether or not a parent can record a child protection meeting, the question mark over whether a biological parent can apply for contact after an adoption order has been made, is one we are asked often. This very helpful summary from Suspicious Minds gives a good breakdown of the provision for this, which came into force with the Children and Families Act 2014.

Essentially, the law now allows biological parents to make an application for contact after an adoption order has been made, although pre 2014 any contact arrangements would have been dealt with before the order was completed. Today, biological parents can apply for contact either before or after an adoption order. Noteworthy too is that this power to apply does not just extend to orders made after 2014, it includes all adoption orders prior to 2014, also.

The summary over at Suspicious Minds is worth…

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Former Foster Parent Exposes How CPS Kidnaps Kids Away from Good Homes – Puts them on Drugs

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I became a foster parent with the intentions of putting a roof over the heads of orphaned children. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. By the time I

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I became a foster parent with the intentions of putting a roof over the heads of orphaned children. I had no idea what I was getting myself into.

By the time I completed the training process, I understood that the majority of the children that would be entering my home were not orphans. I was brainwashed into believing the children had come from abusive and neglectful homes. I was told the state had rescued them from horrible living environments and that I was somewhat of a hero for taking them in.

They were all lies. It took several years for me to truly see what I had become a part of.

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President Says Family Courts Are “Neither Compassionate Nor Humane.”

Researching Reform

It’s taken ten years for us to get here, but finally it seems the most senior minds inside the Family Court are starting to actively push for change.

Suggesting people would be forgiven for thinking the system was, “neither compassionate, nor even humane”, President of the Family Justice System, Sir James Munby was passing judgment in a case which involved two parents unable to access legal aid to fight to stop their three year old child from being adopted. Munby also touches on the human rights principles this case raises – the right to a fair trial is a well known and basic human right, which is currently being eroded by the government’s ongoing cutbacks to the child welfare and legal sectors.

These cutbacks are preventing parents and children from accessing legal support and this, to our mind at least, is a direct breach of Article 6. 

Munby’s observation that the Family…

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