#EP_Petitions in Brussels on #ForcedAdoption and #ChildSnatching in UK

Here is the official recording of my presentation and the subsequent comments by MEPs who are members of the Petitions Committee, starting at 16.13:00 and lasting until 16.44:00.

Here’s the draft agenda and here is the article by the resident Telegraph reporter Bruno Waterfield: Parents fight British social services ‘gag’ to petition European Parliament: Britain’s social services “unique” in EU for “threatening and bullying” of parents who speak out against forced adoption of their children, say MEPs.

Furthermore, The Telegraph published:

But do also watch the three individual petitioners who follow!

Chairperson Cecilia Wikstrom from Sweden

The Chairperson Cecilia WIKSTROM from Sweden closed by wanting to address the issue “With our brains cool, but our hearts warm.” However, she cut me short after 5 of my 12 slides.

But the Commission offered the meeting that I asked for as a solution, even though they don’t have the budget to pay for travelling.

The following MEPs made very relevant points to address the challenge: Continue reading

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SAME ISSUE, new Committee, old Commission: #EUPetition to Stop #ForcedAdoptions in Brussels on 11/11/14

Slide1Here’s the agenda of the Petitions Committee of the EU Parliament for next Tuesday. I have been allocated 5 minutes around 16.00.

This should be before the new Committee:
1. Re the previous Committee on 19 March 2014:

2. An update of the online support of signatures, a total of 8,864 signatures today:

Here’s our challenge: the European Commission of bureaucrats wrote

with some of the text repeated in the letter below, i.e. sorry, we can’t intervene…

In the light of the above, it is not possible for the European Commission to follow up on this issue.

The ‘above’ is para 3 in their letterContinue reading

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

Originally posted on No Punishment without Crime or Bereavement without Death!:

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 

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

Originally posted on No Punishment without Crime or Bereavement without Death!:

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 Pirošíková, Agent of…

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

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.


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Slide9Slide10As a first step, a Scientific Committee will take things forward and we are waiting for the recordings made. Meanwhile, here are my slides and the full programme as published before.

What was new for me was:

  1. that the Nordic Committee for Human Rights - driven by the legal profession in Sweden – has embraced the issue of fake child protection for 18 years already and is thus even more motivated and experienced in the problem as a whole and the challenges of getting children returned; the cruelty with which Social Workers claim that separating a child from its parents is “in its best interest” went as far as a 7-year-old girl lying down in a street, hoping that a bus would end her life;
  2. that spiritual communities have been invaded to have 40 (in Germany) or even 100 (in the US) children removed with police force;
  3. that the traumatisation of the separation between child and parents, especially mother, is virtually irreparable: while everybody cites the Boor case as a victory, which it is in political and legal terms, the older boy is still far from having his speech impediment healed, besides wetting his bed; the obnoxious things the foster parents expected him to do is only gradually coming out;
  4. that there are concerned lawyers – also at the European Court in Strasbourg – who are watching the trend and need our support to STOP it!

PS. The ‘red banana’ on slide 3 is the father’s penis that his son was given as the only food when he vomited from the ejaculation. The boy had to be operated at 2 months because his anus was injured…

Here’s the programme to illustrate the fantastic level of expertise:

CONFERENCE on The CHILD REMOVAL proceedings in the COUNCIL of EUROPE MEMBER STATES and related human rights issues

 Prague, Charles University, 3 October 2014

 Morning session

 08:30 – 09:00      Registration of the participants           

09:00 OPENING  General remarks. Presentation of the objectives of the Conference.

09:00 – 09:10 Representative of Charles University

09:10 – 09:20 Erik BIHARY, European Institute of Law and Forensic Engineering

09:20 – 09:30 Marica PIROŠÍKOVÁ, Agent of the Government of the Slovak Republic before the ECHR 

9:30 – 10:30         THEME 1: Child removal cases in the United Kingdom -Description of the current situation – organisation of the system and its deficiencies, statistics, victims, description of the proceedings before the family courts, possible third party intervention from other States if the parents are foreign nationals, Sir James Munby´s judgment dealing with the court’s approach to care proceedings concerning children from other European countries.

09:30 – 09:50 Mr John HEMMING, member of British Parliament [only for 3 minutes via videolink unfortunately]

09:50 – 10:10 Ms Helen NEWMAN, solicitor

10:10 – 10:30 Ms Marie-Claire SPARROW, barrister at Holborn Chambers and at European Family Law Chambers

10:30 – 11:00      Coffee break 

11:00 – 13:00 THEME 2: Child removal cases in the Nordic countries -Description of the current situation – organisation of the system and its deficiencies, statistics, victims, description of the judicial proceedings.

11:00 – 11:20 Ms Ruby HARROLD-CLAESSON, president of the Nordic Committee for Human Rights

11:20 – 11:40 Dr Johan BÄCKMAN, adjunct Professor of Sociology of Law, University of Helsinki – who couldn’t attend

11:40 – 12:00 Mr Søren Bernhard LINDEGAARD, attorney, Denmark

12:00 – 12:20 Ms Venil Katharina THIIS, attorney, Norway

13:00 – 14:30      Lunch

Afternoon session

14:30 – 15:30      THEME 3: International standards concerning child removal cases – the relevant ECHR case-law, the execution of the ECHR judgement, the PACE resolution 1908(2012) adopted on 30 November 2012, activities at the Committee on Petitions of the European Parliament.

14:30 – 14:50      Mr Grégory THUAN Dit DIEUDONNE, attorney, former senior lawyer at the ECHR

14:50 – 15:10     Ms Lucja Miara, lawyer, Department for the Execution of Judgements of the ECHR

15:10 – 15.30      Ms Sabine Kurjo McNEILL, Association of McKenzie Friends

15:30 – 16:00      Coffee break

16:00 – 17:00      THEME 4: Practical experiences

16:00 – 16:15      Ms Norika STUDENCOVA, Slovak grand-mother (Boor case)

16:15– 16:30       Ms Zuzana Cartwright, interpreter (Boor case)

16:30 – 16:45      Ms Laila BRICE, Latvian single mother 

17:20 – 17:40 Closing remarks and conclusions

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CHILD SEX ABUSE – 02/09/14 – Glenda Jackson (Hampstead and Kilburn) (Lab) – Theresa May (Home Secretary)

14 09 12 Glenda Jackson MPDear Ms Jackson MP

Once again, you were terrifically efficient and effective in your communications – both in the House and with the Minister.

However, I’m afraid I must enlighten the Minister for Crime Prevention a little, based on the many unfortunate stories I have heard personally and researched otherwise. I wonder whether he should familiarise himself with victims of crimes, if he is charged with preventing them?

 

14 09 10 Norman Baker p1Remember that I am a system analyst by training: a computer scientist who uses facts and logic rather than emotions and arguments to paint pictures of processes and structures.

Remember that I presented the Petition to Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent in six minutes of passion to the EU Committee in Brussels.

In that vein, I have also watched the evidence of the witnesses regarding the Rotherham abuse before the Home Affairs Committee.  Continue reading

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FEEDBACK re Commitments to Victims from McKenzie Friends and Victims Unite!

Dear Rebecca Gough @ the Ministry of Justice,

OPEN EMAIL

This is just to let you know that I welcome the good intentions published in the Government’s Commitment to Victims, but I’m afraid it’s too little too late.

Please note:

  1. As published on Victims Unite in March 2012: The Royal Commission into New South Wales Police established in 1997 that Corruption, Reform and Paedophilia were its findings.
    1. The parallels with Savile and Rotherham are blindingly obvious!
  2. ThankstoSavile and Rotherham, #paedobritain has become ‘topical’ in the mainstream media of the UK.
    1. However, more and more people are realising that a regular supply of children is not only policy with adoption targets for Local Authorities, but that #childsnatchuk feeds #paedobritain.
    2. In fact, Channel IV publishes that a child is taken every 20 minutes!
  3. It would thus be far more effective if Local Authorities were given new ‘marching orders’ to stop #childsnatchuk before children become victims:
    1. As admitted and published by Ed Timpson MP: 50 a year die in care, 10,000 go missing and run away.
    2. Other statistics regarding children in care are appalling. There are enough victims who need ‘ReportMyCrime’ before a ‘TrackMyCrime’ Tool!
  4. Thereareenoughhigh profile cases going on NOW that are indicative of #paedobritain being alive and kicking so that waiting for an inquiry and an organisation in 6 months and more is simply not good enough.
    1. See When the System of Institutions is afraid of whistleblowers, challengers and ‘dissidents’ – just as in USSR
    2. In particular, the question Who Polices the Police?to be tackled effectively, e.g.
      1. Haringey Police in the Nigerian Musa case
      2. Lincolnshire Police in the Portuguese Pedro case.
      3. Barnet Police and Interpol in the Melissa Laird and Audrone I case.

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TARGETING McKenzie Friends – with money as their ‘tool to kill’

14 09 04 Law SocietyThe Chairman of the Legal Services Board published a caution against the growth of paid McKenzie Friends.

I wish he and his board members were asking themselves:

  1. what are the reasons for the growing need for McKenzie Friends?
  2. are there not highly noticeable gaps between the ‘standards’ and ‘consumer protections’ he advocates and the realities of victims of the ‘legal services market’, as he calls it?
  3. how many solicitors have reversed forced adoptions?
  4. how many barristers got the children back from ‘care’?
  5. how many bankruptcies have been overturned and compensated for?
  6. how many fraudulently imprisoned prisoners have been released with compensation?
  7. how many ‘professionals’ in the courts and prisons have apologised for their wrong-doings?

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WE WHO KNOW what is at stake, our children and the future of our species, train in Common Law

English common law courts before 1830

English common law courts before 1830 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Map of the countries with anglosaxon legal systems (in red) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Once again, truth is more shocking than fiction:

    • the evidence of indigenous people given on camera of the horrendous slaughtering and abuse of children in Canada

    The general procedures and protocols of a Common Law Court are summarized in the following outline, which must be followed by anyone seeking to accuse and try other parties.

    English: Cover of the first edition of The Com...

    English: Cover of the first edition of The Common Law (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

    Step One – Compiling the Case

    Dark blue: Common law jurisdictions. Light blu...

    Dark blue: Common law jurisdictions. Light blue: Jurisdictions with mixed systems using elements of common law (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

    A Statement of Claim must be produced by those bringing a case, known as the Plaintiffs. Their Statement sets out in point form the basic facts of the dispute, the wrong being alleged, and the relief or remedy being sought.

    Next, the Plaintiff’s Statement of Claim must be accompanied by supporting evidence: documents and testimonies proving their case beyond any reasonable doubt. This evidence must be duly sworn by those not party to the dispute in the form of witnessed statements; and it must consist of the original documents themselves, and not copies.

    As well, anyone whose testimony is used in this body of evidence must be willing to come into Court to testify and affirm their own statement.

    Step Two – Seeking the Remedy of a Common Law Court: Filing a Notice of Claim of Right

    After gathering his case, a Plaintiff must then seek the aid of a Common Law Court and its officers. Such a Court can be brought into being by publishing a Notice of Claim of Right (see Appendix B, “Court Documents”), which is a public declaration calling for the assistance of the community in the asserting of the Plaintiff’s right under Natural Justice to have his case heard through the Common Law, by way of a jury of his neighbors and peers. Continue reading

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    PETITION ADMISSIBLE in Brussels: Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent

    14 07 03 Brussels petitionThe Petitions Committee of the EU Parliament has examined the material I presented on 19 March 2014, as I got in writing in July 2014:

    They considered it ‘admissible’, i.e. it falls within their ‘remit’ and they will take responsibility – contrary to our petition to the UK Parliament, where nobody has responded:

    As a first step, the Committee has requested the European Commission to conduct a preliminary investigation. The Commission consists of permanent civil servants, whereas the Committee consists of elected MEPs. Following the MEP election, the Committee has just been newly formed.

    Secondly, the Committee felt that it is important to contact UK national authorities.

    Thirdly, the Commissioner Mrs Viviane Reding was to be contacted.

    Hence I wrote to the new Chair Cecilia Wikstrom MEP:

    Dear Cecilia Wikstrom MEP

    OPEN LETTER

    Please find attached the letter from your predecessor Erminia Mazzoni MEP regarding the petition that I presented on 19 March 2014, together with a delegation of 30 desperate parents of various nationalities residing in the UK: Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent.

    This is to ask whether the Committee has had answers from

    • the UK authorities
    • the European Commission
    • Commissioner Viviane Reding.

    Please note the repercussions of our ‘pilgrimage to Brussels:

    • Our delegate from South Wales tries to assist a village which wants to set itself up as a ‘Social Services free zone’, after 10 mothers got together whose 16 children were taken, including one who is 16 weeks pregnant and was told that her baby would be taken at birth.
    • The Welsh father was penalised such that John Hemming MP tabled this Early Day Motion about Petitions to the European Parliament: http://www.parliament.uk/edm/2013-14/1239
    • Upon returning from Brussels, the Portuguese couple was first arrested but eventually promised that the children would be transferred to a Portuguese institution. However, Lincolnshire Council wants to go ahead with the adoption and treats the parents now as criminals when they attend their bi-monthly ‘contact sessions’.

    As McKenzie Friends (lay legal advisors and public interest advocates), we have also assisted a Lithuanian mother whose 6-year old boy is supposed to be handed to his abusive father by Brent Council, following a 34-page judgement by HHJ Million which ignores the judgement of the Lithuanian Supreme Court:

    Therefore please hear our cries for help on behalf of the children in the UK:

    • Channel IV publishes that a child is taken every 20 minutes!
    • Can you ensure that the topic is dealt with URGENTLY?

    At the 19 March meeting Committee Members also referred to a fact finding mission as has been carried out in Germany and Denmark before. I notice that the next meetings are scheduled for 24 September and 07 October 2014. Since the new Committee has now been formed, could you please let me know how we can give hope to all these parents?

    With many thanks in advance,

    Sabine K McNeill
    __________________
    Co-Founder, Association of McKenzie Friends
    Public Interest Advocacy while assisting Litigants in Person

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