Today there are over a hundred thousand children living in care away from their natural family, that’s an average-sized city of people who are wards of the state. As Brian Gerrish has exposed, the Government has an agenda to break up families, destroy the lives of parents and raise children itself, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVxouBETvcI. Millions of perfectly loving and responsible parents are being threatened with losing their children. Evidence is being fabricated and their characters are being assassinated in order to achieve this. Social services are issuing more care and protection orders than ever before; this is seen as a success, defending the youngest members of society from child abuse and preventing tragedies, like Victoria Climbie, see: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/uk/2002/victoria_climbie_inquiry/default.stm. The truth is very different; it’s a plan to engineer society into a totally different form in which the natural family no longer exists. Unless we put a stop to it, I predict that child care law will change so that instead of the need to issue court orders to take children away, all couples will need to apply for “parenting licenses” and will be unable to raise children without that. The end result will be a situation in which the whole concept of parents will vanish from society and all children are brought up communally by the state. There was a lot of clever camerawork in 15,000 Kids and Counting. A good TV producer can manipulate perception with as much skill and duplicity as social services use and I think they have. This TV show is another piece of propaganda. I’ve spoken about this kind of thing before, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/on-benefits-and-proud.html and: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/confessions-of-alien-abductee-aftermath.html.
Friday, 4 April 2014
15,000 Kids and Counting
Channel 4 have broadcast the first in a new three part fly-on-the-wall documentary called 15,000 Kids and Counting and it follows child protection social workers on their rounds, and the families in which they intervene. It’s currently available on 4OD, see: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/15000-kids-and-counting/4od. The social workers featured are only identified by their first name so they can’t be checking for involvement in Common Purpose, see: http://www.cpexposed.com/graduates. They are portrayed as heroes who care deeply about the welfare of children and who have the painful but essential duty of separating children from their parents, but it’s all for the child’s own good. Conversely the viewer is shown the parents as bad-tempered and alcoholic chavs who hurl abuse and threaten both each other and the social workers they have to deal with. One of the parents, Emily, has had her child placed under an emergency protection order because of her supposedly young age, eighteen, and her partner’s criminal record. Her partner, Matthew, protests his innocence, interspersed with a shot of a CCTV camera surrounded by an anti-vandalism cage. But also Emily had to undergo multiple psychological assessments and even an IQ test. I’ve heard of mothers being promised the return of their children on condition that they take Prozac. I can deeply sympathize with their predicament because in 2005 my own daughter was almost taken into care. I felt that social services were actively searching for ways to condemn me and my ex-partner, my child’s mother, as incompetent and irresponsible. I was also assessed by a psychologist and was pronounced as mentally ill and incapable of being a decent father. I still find this difficult to write about because my memories of the episode are very sore. The scene in which Matthew loses his temper at 14.28 reminds me of one thing that I definitely detected when I was at similar meetings. The social workers deliberately tried to provoke me through subtle inflammatory digs and passive aggression. Luckily I was a Hospital Porter and therefore trained in conflict management and their tricks did not work with me. There are many falsehoods in this programme, for instance the idea that any care order will first attempt to place the child within the parents’ extended family; this is not true. There was never any question of this in the care order looming over my own family. I was told from the outset that my child would be placed with a foster family. In the end we managed to avoid the care order, but only because I agreed to move into a house and live with my ex-partner, a very difficult situation for me. The ultimate nightmare would be forced adoption, in which your child is moved into another family under permanent custody. In these cases the parents often never see their child again.