MOUNTING CONCERN as more Portuguese parents lose children to British social services


The SSSS (Social Services Secret Service) is still conducting its dubious work.

Victims Unite!

14 06 07 AlgarveThis is the story written by Natasha Donn and published by the ALGARVE Resident on 07 June 2014:

Following the desperate story of the Pedros – absolved of wrong-doing in the police case that stripped them of their children but still waiting miserably to be reunited as a family – more news has come out of UK to support allegations of a high-level forced adoption ring involving thousands of children.

Público newspaper reports this week of up to five cases where Portuguese immigrants in Britain have had their children taken from them – without charges being pressed or indeed proven. They are reported to be warned that any communication, online or to the press, could mean that they never see their children again.

John Hemming, the Liberal Democrat MP who has been fighting for Justice for Families for years, claims parents are threatened with imprisonment if they speak out –…

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7 comments on “MOUNTING CONCERN as more Portuguese parents lose children to British social services

  1. eclectic X says:

    That’s bloody terrible and un~F***ing~believable that social services have such control and power that this is happening. The kids and parents suffering at the hands of those that are there in place to prevent suffering. Shameful!

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    • This has been going on too long.

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      • eclectic X says:

        but that official labelled people believe all their preconceived ideas and what it is to be a parent (when parenting is still very much a trial and error thing when it happens) and that there are those that are racist, sexist, ageist etc. within the power system of social services, all that and the world of humans hasn’t properly awoke to their humanity and potential of kindness.

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      • Humanity is the one quality that is lacking in our twenty-first century lifestyles. There is too much ‘one size fits all’ being imposed upon us by our politicians and their handlers – the civil service bureaucrats.

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  2. Imelda says:

    Oh my. This is so painful for everyone but the perpetrator.

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