Different children, same cruelty: Social Services without heart, empathy or compassion

David Icke has been publishing articles about the State Stealing Children since 2006. According to this video where he addresses the rally Against Child Abuse in June 2011, Social Services are headhunting certain character types: no heart, no empathy, no compassion, no ability to empathise with the agony of loving parents.

This is the only rational explanation for what I’m seeing:

Vicky’s daughter gets penalised with contact being cut as soon as Vicky appears to be making any progress.

Miss A‘s son was invited to represent his school in athletics. But the school stopped him going because his mum said she would come and watch… The son apparently asked if he could come home with her afterwards. Now the abusive father has stopped her having contact altogether…

Here’s the boy’s evidence that a judge concluded a ‘fact finding that sexual abuse had not occurred’ – ‘with no hesitation whatsoever’:

He puts his winky on my bum and it hurts.

You got it wrong mummy, Daddy didn’t put his winky on my bum, it was in my bum.

Instead, Miss A was convicted to 9 months imprisonment and a residence order was made in favour of the boy’s father!

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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