Father of children allegedly abused by foster parent speaks out

While this blog focusses on the UK in its uniqueness of the law and secret family courts, the phenomenon of child snatching aka state kidnapping is, unfortunately, not limited to the UK.

Legally kidnapped is the biggest site I’m aware of that illustrates the phenomenon world-wide.

Here’s the video of a father whose children suffered in foster care…


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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5 Responses to Father of children allegedly abused by foster parent speaks out

  1. Colin Peters says:

    Thank God for the internet.
    What started off as a trickle of information regarding foster care abuse is now becoming a worldwide deluge.
    The floodgates are opening and just as with our corrupt parliamentary systems, our corrupt banking systems, and our corrupt legal and judicial systems, the knowledge of our corrupt social workers, and legal systems that support them, is becoming public knowledge worldwide.

    2 questions.

    1. Will the people unite to rebel against this evil?

    2. Many people claim that we are becoming a police state. Is this in readiness, by the corrupt powers that be, for the backlash which they deserve and which they know must surely come?

    • Good questions, Colin!

      I go to lots of techno-oriented meetings where people display such a different kind of culture / mindset / attitude than our ‘grey panther’ generation, that I believe changes will take place without “them” noticing. “They” remain in their silos of thought and may end up quite ridiculed.

      People definitely seem to connect more easily – but whether it’ll be against evil depends on whether they have been touched themselves, methinks. To stand up for others takes the kind of empathy that seems to rely / depend on one’s own similar experience.

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