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    Democracy really has nothing to do with public opinion.. it is simply a matter of which politicians are funded. Those who are most eager to destroy the family and the integrity of European culture always seem to be the best funded. Do your own research as to why and who is funding them.

    This whole situation is completely intolerable to anyone with a backbone. One's family is sacred.. nothing else matters without the family. When the state seizes our young and forces them to grow up in a household with perverse morality we find unnatural, we should all raise hell in protest, and I do mean raise hell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel View Post
    Children shouldn't be taken away from their biological parents. I'm opposed to adoption.
    Even if one or both parents are unfit to look after them? A good example would be feeding their heroin habit, overriding the needs of the child. I don't think you gave your answer particularly clearly on this matter.

    The thread in itself is about the grandparents having their little girl taken away from them - for all the wrong reasons. The tragic irony to this is the grandparents' daughter is - a heroin addict!

    I'm approaching 45, and if anyone ever dared take my children away from me because they thought I was old, by the Gods I would give them a fight they would never forget!
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    In my view the solution would be first of all not to allow homosexual couples to adopt children. Because the old couple agreed with adoption if it was a heterosexual couple. But it wasn't. The outrage started about the new gay "parents", that's why. Because the social workers decided to give the children to the gays instead of respecting the wish of the old couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brynhild View Post
    Even if one or both parents are unfit to look after them? A good example would be feeding their heroin habit, overriding the needs of the child. I don't think you gave your answer particularly clearly on this matter.
    What's not clear? I'm against taking away children from their families. There will always be other relatives left to take care of children if one or both parents are unfit. Exceptions should only be when ALL traceable family members are no longer alive. Children should stay where their blood is, not be sent to b e adopted by foreigners, homo or hetero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel View Post
    Children shouldn't be taken away from their biological parents. I'm opposed to adoption.
    I'm sorry, but it seems to me that you need to read your post twice! As I understand the first quote, you've said biological parents only!

    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel View Post
    What's not clear? I'm against taking away children from their families. There will always be other relatives left to take care of children if one or both parents are unfit. Exceptions should only be when ALL traceable family members are no longer alive. Children should stay where their blood is, not be sent to b e adopted by foreigners, homo or hetero.
    Changing tack? Enough said!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel View Post
    What's not clear? I'm against taking away children from their families. There will always be other relatives left to take care of children if one or both parents are unfit. Exceptions should only be when ALL traceable family members are no longer alive. Children should stay where their blood is, not be sent to b e adopted by foreigners, homo or hetero.
    Ah, yes - I did already have my head in wrinkles when I saw the claim of biological parents --- but left the possibility of you clarifying yourself. When you clarified yourself, it was one of the best things I'd heard.

    Sometimes biological parents may be unfit to take care of their children, or may be financially able to support another child, or may find that it is more beneficial to their welfare if they are fostered out to an uncle, or their grandparents.

    Fosterage was practiced by our ancestors, and it usually involved an uncle/aunt pair or a pair of grandparents mentoring the child in the stead of their biological parents, which was oft to the child's benefit. It even helps family ties beyond that --- one of the reasons why I feel that I've gotten the best out of my upbringing is because my entire family decided to put a combined effort into my upbringing: My aunt and uncle mentored me, my grandparents were a major driving force in keeping me going in difficult times, and last summer my other uncle put me up in order to help me become somewhat more independent. I thought it was excellent.

    But overall, I also agree that fosterage outside the family should only be applied when there is no beneficial option within the family. In those cases, people should only be fostered out to families of their own folk group and who entertain a family structure which their biological family would have considered beneficial.

    Now that you've clarified your position, I must say that I am 100% with you there: children should only grow up outside their biological lineage when there is no other good option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd View Post
    Too old at looking after their grandchildren at 59 and 46? What is that all about? In a month's time, my parents will be 46 and 45, respectively. Imagine, due to "high parent age" they'd either take my little brother away from my mother at age 9, or worse take my little sister, aged less than a year away from my father....
    I'm 46 with 4 children, the youngest 7 months old. These b*stard social workers are destroying these children's and their grandparents lives for the sake of their own half-baked pc dogma

    The article in the Daily Mail is very good. It seems to be written with great conviction. I'd certainly contribute to a legal fund to help the grandparents fight this disgusting idiocy.
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    Adoptive Gay Dad Killed Baby Girl

    Social workers missed too many opportunities to protect a toddler who was murdered by her adoptive father because they saw the gay parents through a “positive lens” and failed to notice signs of abuse, an official report has revealed.

    Elsie Scully-Hicks, 18 months old, had suffered a catalogue of abuse including a broken leg and “catastrophic head injuries” during the seven months she was fostered and eventually adopted by Matthew and Craig Scully-Hicks.

    In May 2016, she was taken to hospital by fitness instructor Matthew, 31, after he had violently shaken the child and smashed her head on a hard surface at his home in Cardiff, Wales. Elsie died days after being admitted to hospital — just two weeks after being formally adopted.

    Scully-Hicks was found guilty of murder in November 2017 and sentenced to life with a minimum of 18 years’ imprisonment.

    The Cardiff and Vale Regional Safeguarding Children Board subsequently launched an investigation after it was revealed that social services had visited Matthew Scully-Hicks 15 times and he had taken the child to the doctor’s and hospital multiple times, but there had been “no concern” from authorities over his parenting.

    The report found that both Matthew and his 36-year-old husband Craig, a company director who was often away from home, were seen through a “positive lens” and were praised as “very positive parents” since the child was placed with them in September 2015 when she was 10 months old.

    “Given how strongly this view was held, the injuries that the child sustained were never considered as anything other than childhood accidents,” the report said, adding there was “a lack of professional curiosity regarding the child’s experiences and injuries”.
    Criticising authorities for missing other signs of abuse, the authority added that “the omission of identifying the second fracture to the child’s upper leg on the X-ray was a missed opportunity to [have] raised safeguarding concerns and instigate child protection procedures.

    The observations and recording of the large bruise to the child’s forehead both by children’s services and health was absent. “This resulted in the large bruise becoming ‘invisible’ to professionals and did not form part of building an overall picture of what was happening to the child before the final report to the court prior to the adoption order hearing being made.”

    The report claimed that lessons would be learnt from the death of Elsie, writing: “There is always learning to be gained and this case is no different.” Lance Carver, social services chief at Vale of Glamorgan council, apologised to the natural family of Elsie but said that no disciplinary action had been taken against social service staff, according to The Times. “Social workers and staff from all agencies saw the adoption as very positive,” he said. “The report identifies issues that ‘that positive lens’ meant that they were not looking in the way they should have been… We have taken that fully on board.”

    Elsie, or Shayla, as her birth family called her, was taken from her drug-abusing mother shortly after birth, but her extended family said last year that had she been allowed to be adopted by relatives, she would still be alive today.

    According to an opinion piece by columnist Sarah Vine, a whistleblower with 30 years’ experience in social services in Elsie’s local authority believes that the Scully-Hickses may not have been as thoroughly vetted or challenged over Elsie’s injuries as it seemed a positive move by authorities to place a child with a gay couple.


    Breitbart.


    "Lance Carver, social services chief at Vale of Glamorgan council, apologised to the natural family of Elsie but said that no disciplinary action had been taken against social service staff" how many times have saw this B S?


    MSM never mention much of this simply referring to him as a man.
    This sort of thing is not unusual incident and the MSM always covers it up.
    This is what happens when preference is given to a lgbtetc couples over the extended family.
    The child's well being is the last thing considered.

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    Ban gay adoption outright. I mean, what the hell? If it was known a boy or girl in my high school had gay adoptive parents then he or she would have been bullied big time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozen Ash View Post
    I can't find the story on that link but there is a slightly later similiar one: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ess-years.html

    The ages of the couple are 64 and 49. If it is the same couple then the grandfather was actually older. To be honest late 50s or mid 60s is too old to start raising young children. A terrible situation but the real culprits are the parents. They should never have bred.

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