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 Post subject: Humra Quraishi: State in the role of tyrannizing nanny
PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:03 pm 
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Humra Quraishi:
State in the role of tyrannizing nanny
Kashmir Times, 8 February 2018

A very strong and revealing article about the most crazy CPS actions taking place in Britain.

"This brings me to ask - why should the UK government 'murder' the very childhood of these two children - Mahroos and Mahfooza Mohammad Y? Why can't these children be sent back to their country to be looked after by their aunts and uncles? Why should these children be sent for adoption in a foreign land, the UK, when they have parents and close relatives?"

Bacause the CPS wants something to do, Humra! As Ian Josephs says in a comment: Children are valuable commodities - to the CPS. If children were allowed to go back to their parents or to relatives, it would become apparent that the social workers of the CPS have nothing to do, nothing of value, so they confiscate children to keep in business.

"Why shouldn't we demand an immediate halt of this barbaric trend in the so called developed countries - where children are snatched from their biological parents and placed here and there, on any given excuse!"

Right, no reason why not! I hope India does, and backs its demands by serious, long-term sanctions, until the Western countries are forced to face criminal court cases over what they do, cases resulting in prison sentences for the active agents of the states and politicians who legislate for it and hold their hands over those who carry it out.

( The statement that Britain has confiscated over 10,000 Slovak children is not correct. It must be some kind of printing mistake, probably. But it is quite right that there have been a number of Slovak children taken into care in Britain, and Slovakia has been very active to get them back to Slovakia and has at least succeeded in some cases. Cf
First Success Story: Five Slovak Children Return to Slovakia
UK Social Services Took 116 Slovak Children in 2012
Indians join Slovaks in protesting against UK child snatchers )



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