Crestin Total, 12 December 2017
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The Bodnariu family, established in Romania after Barouncenet nightmare, was blessed with the sixth child. Marius Bodnariu: "We will never go back to Norway"
In 2016, the Bodnariu family name was synonymous with Barnevernet, the Child Protection System in Norway, which took their children by force. More than ever, the Bodnariu case has highlighted Norway's Barnevernet abuses, bringing a real picture of this institution.
The Romanian-Norwegian Mixed Family Bodnariu managed to win the struggle with this system, the children were given to their parents and they all returned to Romania. For one and a half years they have been living quietly, at best, somewhere in a locality in Transylvania. Now try to take it from scratch. After escaping from the nightmare in Norway, the Bodnariu family had a reason for joy: in May this year the little Rebecca came to the world.
In a radio interview, Marius Bodnariu talks about the ordeal that lived in Norway, but also how they were received in Romania. "We never return to Norway," says the Romanian who thanks those who supported him at that time. And, as it has recently proved, it does not remain impassable to the drama of Romanians in countries like Norway and Finland, who are going through similar suffering after the state abusively abused their children.
"Please keep in touch with those who go through terrible nightmares similar to those we have lived in Norway. We hear of more and more cases that awaken in us as compassion, pain and sadness, and disgust and anger. We are grateful to all those who engage in any way, either in support of individual cases or through objective criticism, bringing to light the deeds of darkness, ie Barnevernet (the Norwegian Child Protection Service), "the Bodnariu family said in a message.
"It's been a year and we remember the joy that flooded our hearts when we found out we'd get our kids back. We thank God our Father for His care, love, kindness, and mercy for which He has made us and continues to be part of us.
It is very valuable that the Bodnarius point out how important it is for families hit by child protection agencies that good and understanding people keep in touch with them and do not forget them. Also of importance is their mention of Finland. It is known that the CPS in Finland are very active, but few articles seem to penetrate even to the other Nordic countries – understandibly, since Finnish is quite unrelated to the other Nordic languages.
The family has settled in the Brasov district.