They Took the Kids Last Night
Judging by the comments my campaign receives from English speaking commenters, I surmise that many of them are interested in my campaign and my platform. Thank you for your comments and for following me on facebook.
Some of you are addressing private queries wanting to know about my position regarding the abuse by authorities of parental rights and particularly the unwarranted removal of children from their parents. I call this practice a form of state sponsored child kidnapping.
Rest assured that my campaign is, in a sense, a continuation of my involvement in the Bodnariu campaign of 2016 with which most of you are familiar. Parental rights and the natural family feature prominently in my campaign and they are an intrinsical part of my platform and objective as a future member of the European Parliament.
I am writing this brief commentary to also inform all of you that recently a book was published in the United States about unlawful child abduction cases by state authorities in the United States. It is unfortunate that even in the United States, where, since the 1920s, the Supreme Court has upheld parental rights, parental rights are being undermined more and more.
My attorney colleagues who practice family law in Texas courts share with me that they, too, are alarmed at the deep penetration of secular ideology in family law and family law culture around the courthouse. I can only express my deep concerns over this as well.
However, I remind all of you that this is not a time to keep silent or do nothing, whether you are in the United States, Norway, Germany, the UK or elsewhere. It is time to assert your parental rights more than ever, because, also more than ever, they are being targeted for destruction. Though international law and the European Court of Human Rights grant you parental rights, state authorities are undermining them, wantonly and deliberately.
The title of the book is They Took the Kids Last Night: How the Child Protection System Puts Families at Risk. It author is Diane L. Redleaf and it was published last year. Only recently I found about this book and purchased a copy a few weeks ago. I did not have the chance to read it entirely, but I wholeheartedly recommend it to all of you, especially to parents who are concerned about the abuse of parental rights.
Rest assured, in this regard, that I am a fan of parental rights and support you wholeheartedly.