Help Megan Return are eight slides that fit her particular experience into the Systemic Pattern of child snatching and forced adoptions in the UK. The slides formed the background while mother, grandmother and I contributed to the debate around the story of a little girl who was taken away from her mother when she was a little over a year.
future emotional harm
mother’s assessment where she was labelled to have “maladaptive sexual scripts” by a non PHD expert of behavioural analysis
Ellie’s Bulgarian petition has gathered over 5,500 signatures so far!
You can’t make it up, but you can follow how this third mention of our petition will have repercussions across the UK. After all, there were quite a few ‘remedies’ that MEPs have been proposing:
- Emil Radev MEP for Bulgaria points out that Brussels II has been violated
- Mariya Gabriel MEP for Bulgaria “is it fair to deny a mother custody? What can we do that EU legislation is respected to the letter? Is it possible to fast track proceedings in Strasbourg?”
- Svetoslav Hristov Malinov MEP for Bulgaria quotes the UN Convention of Child Rights: “The British authorities have behaved in an unacceptable fashion. We must now seek the advice of the Legal Affairs Committee. This is a clear case of discrimination.”
- Mairead McGuinness MEP, Vice-President of Parliament and Children’s Rights Mediator: “Are member states taking full account of the best interests of the child? I thought that adoptions without parental consent were a thing of the past!”
- Pal Csaky MEP for Slovakia, “There is something rotten in the state of the UK.”
- Peter Jahr MEP for Germany: “One of the conditions of Brussels II is the duty to co-operate.”
- Kostadinka Kuneva MEP for Greece: “There is something wrong with European Child Protection Policy.”
- Julia Pitera MEP for Poland: “Maybe we would check how the proceedings run in the courts in the UK!? Are they treated as full blown citizens of democratic countries?”
Chair Cecilia Wikstrom MEP for Sweden: “No MEP from the UK is here. They were all aware of it. — Let’s sit together with the Commission and find a way forward. Let’s take stock of the instruments we have and try to elaborate a way forward.”
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This petition “Help Megan return to her mother” does not even have an English text and yet gathered over 5,500 signatures online since February 2014!
Megan was born on 11 April 2012. But Peterborough City Council wanted to make money with her. Remember:
- £400 per week for the foster carer from the national government.
- Social Services “only follow policy”. Austin Mitchell MP told me he has it in writing.
- I don’t know the current bonus for adoptions, but I know that Local Authorities get paid for making adoptions happen, thus destroying families systematically. No wonder www.SaveTheFamily.eu has been set up – so far only in Russian though…
She was adopted on 13 March 2014. The reasons:
future emotional harm and mother’s assessment from Risk Solutions where she was labelled to have “maladaptive sexual scripts” by a non PHD expert of behavioural analysis.
The Bulgarian mother asked me to assist her next Tuesday after she saw my 6 minutes of passion in March 2014. She had sent this to the Petitions Committee in Brussels in February last year:
Dear members of the Committee, Continue reading
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Ian Josephs is the veteran of all McKenzie Friends, as he has observed an estimated 50,000 cases in over 50 years.
From another one of our super-committed McKenzie Friends:
Hampstead & Highgate Child Abuse Happening Now
The most harrowing case I have been made aware of recently is now heading to the Royal Courts of Justice. It involves a girl 9 and a boy 8, who, while in the care of their mother, (the father having contact every 2 weeks), told their mother that they (and other children) were being sexually abused in their school by their father and many other members of both the school and people in the vicinity, daily. Children who found the abuse painful were injected with drugs by a member of the school staff. Both stories taken by the children separately had the same facts and they came across as very credible witnesses. Video evidence of this is available.
The mother immediately took the children (5th September 2014) to report these crimes. Barnet police took the details and within 6 days the children were removed from their mother and put into foster care. The case was subsequently dropped on the 22nd September 2014, the police saying that the children withdrew their allegations on the 17th September. Regarding the removal of the children from the mother, the inferal is that these crimes were allowed to happen while the mother had sole custody of the children, therefore her parenting skills were in doubt. Medical forensics taken at University College Hospital confirmed scarring in both children’s anal area. Hair follicle tests were also done but much of that information has not been given to the mother. Judge Mayer heard the case. Initially, the father continued contact and it was increased to weekly. The mother’s contact was stopped but as a litigant in person she managed on the 23rd December to reinstate her contact every 2 weeks, which begins again on the 29th December 2014. Continue reading
Mina Petrucci (Bulgaria), Nils Leffler (Germany), Sabine McNeill (German in UK), Oana Florea (Romania), Terence Ewing (UK)
In our attempts to draw attention to the plight of the some 1,000 families who are getting torn apart every month in the UK, I’m on “Brussels III”, i.e. my third trip to this remarkable complex of individuals and organisations, attempting to capture and live the Spirit of Europe – so admirably expressed by the Ode of Joy.
And in the spirit of net-working that I breathe in and out, I met a Romanian solicitor who appreciates what we’re going through. She has asked for Romanian victims of UK authorities to come forward. Please email me details on sabine AT globalnet.co.uk
The purpose of my trip was a meeting with the Fundamental Rights and Rights of the Child Unit of the European Commission, following a letter to myself and another one to the Petitions Committee indicating that they can’t do anything.
Well, following Peter Jahr MEP’s suggestions, I formulated these five questions: Continue reading
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14 11 24 EPRS Child Rights is the pdf version of the image file on the left. Here’s the link to the original text, produced by the European Parliament Research Service.
You will find that only Somalia and the USA did not sign up to the UN Convention of Child Rights.
But, who cares who signed what when and where when the reality is that
Here the European Agency for Fundamental Rights publishes its position regarding
Mapping Child Protection Systems in the EU is a current research project.
From the UK, the Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre is contributing. Continue reading
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Here’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 letter: Continue reading
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