You’ve suffered ‘care'; hence you can’t be a good parent

First they take the children. Then they take the children’s children. All in the interest of ‘the child’…

Christopher Booker tells the real live story of a 17-year-old mother who was brought up in ‘care’ – the reason for not being allowed to raise her child…

What is it:

  • institutional schizophrenia?
  • any reason to justify as much child snatching as possible?
  • following orders?
  • greed for money?
  • fear of losing one’s job in a Local Authority?

Go figure… Find out for yourself… Google on Facebook, YouTube…

What could the best McKenzie Friends do? Our only successes, so far, have happened because and when participated in meetings between parents and Social Services – BEFORE they took the parents to the secret family courts.

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6 Responses to You’ve suffered ‘care'; hence you can’t be a good parent

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