Norway talks milk and honey in Lithuania about our child protection
Here is Norwegian ambassador Leif Arne Ulland in Lithuania who is full of milk and honey about the Norwegian practice of "child protection". It is certainly reminiscent of what the Norwegian embassy in Prague gives out as "information"
.Norway's Ambassador Ulland: Child welfare is top consideration for Norwegian institutions, regardless of citizenshipDelfi, The Lithuania Tribune
, 17 August 2014
It all reminds me of other kinds of people who find themselves in a dependent position, a position in which they cannot express their own thinking, cannot protest - - it strikes me that it must be very dull and very unpleasant, really, to be a diplomat if you are anything like an upright person doing your own thinking."The Norwegian Child Welfare Act applies to all children in Norway, regardless of citizenship. The basic principle of the act is that the best interest of the child shall be the primary consideration and every year 10 thousands of cases are handled successfully," says Ambassador Ulland.
Really? Ten thousand cases, or even tens of thousands, handled successfully?
1) If the bad eggs are so few and the successes so many, why not then put the wrongly handled cases right
with speed and care?
are the judges of "success" in child protection cases? The destroyed families? Foster children fleeing repeatedly, trying to get home to their parents? The hidebound Norwegian child protection agency? The naïve Norwegian authorities, blind with an ideology nurtured by consistent lies? The silent, state-subservient Norwegian press?