only watched part one up to yet... brave man poor kids poor bloke poor parents,, its bloody sick and introverted we must do something
Thank You Aangirfan. All the best!
Left totally empty by this posting. Anonymous above says 'we must do something', but what and how.I cry.
:( me too the internet is our greatest ally in spreading the word lies great hope . thats my opinion
PLEASE sign the petition: https://www.change.org/p/the-rt-hon-theresa-may-mp-return-whistleblower-kids-and-abuse-survivors-of-london-school-to-their-russian-family and spread the word!!!
Yes, I had a "body shock" reaction to this video. But there is plenty we can do. Yes, the internet. Ground yourself in positivity and extricate yourself as much as you can from "the matrix" would be a suggestion. Remember that most people are good and "normal".
A few years back, former State Senator of Georgia (USA) Nancy Schafer (sp?) was investigating Child Protective Services, and also died in a suspicious murder- suicide allegedly committed by her long term husband. The official narrative was that he was dying of cancer, became distraught, and did the evil deed (sounds like BS to me...but hey... I live in the Land of official BS formerly known as the USA). Her support base started a Facebook page and demanded a real investigation as apparently the real facts didn't added up. The truth is probably closer to...the former state senator was shinning the light of truth on a morally bankrupt and corrupt system. A few phone calls were made and the problem was taken care of. The FBI is good at these kinds of things (e.g Gary Garadori's murder).
Please note that I was in the Education Selection Committee when child abuse was sort of on the agenda. Pat Glass MP praised the UK Child Protection System. And Edward Timpson MP, the Minister for Children, said: yes, it's so good he's exporting it to ... BARBADOS!Meanwhile the Netherlands have bragged with copying the UK system of child 'protection' and forced adoptions are becoming more commonplace there...
There's a strong appreciation between high-ranking indians (the old higest caste system members) and jewry. I do not really understand the origin of this communal sense between the two, but I found more than one indian (all of them highly westernised) that was very positive towards israeli mode of 'being the chosen ones'. Maybe this resonates well with the caste system of the hindus.