Monday, September 5, 2011

Andrei It's official England is now a stalinist police state

If you are large and have large children the State can take them from you to raise as the State seems fit.
Four obese children are on the brink of being permanently removed from their family by social workers after their parents failed to bring their weight under control.
In the first case of its kind, their mother and father now face what they call the ‘unbearable’ likelihood of never seeing them again.
Their three daughters, aged 11, seven and one, and five-year-old son, will either be ‘fostered without contact’ or adopted.
"Fostered without contact or adopted"? With whom or to whom pray tell will these children go? Do we even want to contemplate who might want children such as these.

Anyway read the story for yourself - England has gone, it is history - writhing in its death throes and crushing its poor citizens under the jackboot of over Government as it dies.

4 comment(s):

Lucia Maria said...

This is what happens when the State is given too much power over the family, for all best of intentions of course!

There is a positive part to the story, it's in the paper and presumably is generating outrage rather than just indifference.

KG said...

As England goes, so will New Zealand.And if you doubt it, take a look at news reports over the past ten years and note the striking similarities between Blair's 'Third Way' rule (and its results) and the Key government.

I, Beth said...

This sort of thing is just frightening.
By the time we become truly aware of our freedom being erroded it will be too late.

Much to complacent we are.

Redbaiter said...

As long as people keep voting for status quo parties it will happen. As Sarah Palin and so many others say, we have to stop supporting the corrupt cronyist permanent political class.

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