‘The vaccination for the hepatitis B virus (HBV) has been traced as the source of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) on hundreds of occasions. There are probably many more. So what do you do if a hospital pediatrician threatens to take your newborn baby from you if you reject the HBV vaccination?
It is often administered just after birth and usually repeated three times over the next six months. Even if it were an effective vaccine, it would be useless unless the mother is infected with hepatitis B, which is purportedly transmitted through injections with shared drug paraphernalia and/or promiscuous sex.
Aliea Bidwell and Ben Gray, who had their baby delivered at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, did not engage in either activity. They had done some really thorough research to decide against allowing the HBV vaccination, a decision which they announced without backlash upon arriving at the hospital.’
‘During a telephone conversation with her husband, Wendy Jones heard a loud bang through the receiver right before the call went dead. On her way back from a work trip to Anaheim in early 2012, she’d called her husband Mark to say she was less than an hour away from their East San Diego County apartment.
After several failed attempts to call him back, she arrived home to find their apartment ransacked. Mark and their 6-year-old son John were gone. She frantically dialed 911 and described to the dispatcher what looked like the scene of a burglary.
Then Wendy saw a business card of a county social worker lying on a table. Ending the emergency call, she dialed the number on the card. A social worker picked up and told her that San Diego County Child Welfare Services had removed her son and placed him at the Polinsky Children’s Center in Kearny Mesa. The social worker refused to provide additional information.’
‘It’s a little known fact that notorious child-killer Myra Hindley had friends in high places.
Was this because she was working for Jimmy Savile, procuring children to be abused by VIP filth?
One of her supporters was Lord Longford who spent years lobbying for her release.
Lord Longford went on a fact-finding mission in the ’70′s to investigate pornography. He took along Jimmy Savile and Cliff Richard.
Jill Dando knew all about the BBC paedo-ring run by Savile and told her close chum Cliff. She was soon shot dead on her doorstep as a warning to others to keep their mouths shut.
Longford was the uncle of Harriet Harman MP, who has recently been embroiled in the recent PIE paedophile scandal.
Harman is in turn a cousin of Prime Minister David Cameron, who is in turn a cousin of the Queen.’
‘A senior Conservative ‘sighed with irritation’ at being told Nigel Evans had sexually assaulted a Parliamentary employee, and refused to demand his resignation, a court heard yesterday.
Patrick McLoughlin, then Tory chief whip, told the alleged victim that with the General Election looming, ‘the timing wasn’t right’ to ask Evans to step down, concluding: ‘It can’t be done.’
Instead, Mr McLoughlin – now Transport Secretary – agreed the Conservative MP for Ribble Valley should seek help for his drinking and publicly come out as gay.’
‘Eton-educated Tories are treating control of the country “like a play thing” to be passed on between them, a senior Conservative has claimed.
Mark Pritchard spoke out amid fresh speculation over the ambitions of the Mayor of London to succeed his fellow Old Etonian as Tory leader.
He tweeted: “Inside and outside of Parliament people are fed up of Old Etonians thinking they can pass on No10 like some sort of play thing or baton.”
Mr Pritchard, a former secretary of the 1922 Committee of Tory MPs, will irritate Downing Street as it battles accusations it is a run by a cabal of men from elite public schools.’
‘The children of Islamist radicals should be taken into care, Boris Johnson said last night.
The Mayor of London said hundreds of children were at risk of being turned into fanatics by extremist parents.
But he warned that in many cases social services and the police are simply too influenced by ‘absurd’ political correctness to take them into care.
Mr Johnson said young people were increasingly being ‘radicalised at their home’ and taught the sort of ‘crazy stuff’ similar to the views espoused by the killers of Drummer Lee Rigby.
He said lack of clarity about the law meant the authorities were reluctant to intervene.’
‘Working class children should act middle class if they want to succeed in higher education and land the best jobs, a government advisor has said.
Peter Brant, head of mobility at the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, claimed less well off pupils needed to change appearance and mannerisms.
He also said in a blog on the Commission’s website that they needed “shared cultural values” such as choice of clothes, restaurants and having varied hobbies.’
‘The medical mafia in Massachusetts has successfully removed a teenage girl from the guardianship of her parents and placed her into the cold arms of the government after first kidnapping and holding the child hostage for more than a year. CBS Boston and others report that 15-year-old Justina Pelletier, who for months has been wasting away in a mental facility upon orders from Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), will now be placed into foster care rather than go home with her parents following an outrageous ruling by a Boston judge.
In case you missed it, young Justina was admitted to BCH back in early 2013 for complications arising from her mitochondrial disease, a rare condition that had previously been diagnosed by doctors at nearby Tufts Medical Center. But when doctors at BCH disagreed with this diagnosis, as well as with Justina’s parents’ choice of care, the hospital proceeded to illegally assume custody over the child, which has ever since resulted in a nightmarish battle for the Pelletiers to get their daughter back.’
You could be forgiven for thinking Wendy Tricker has the perfect life. A five-bedroom house in ‘Shropshire; a good career as a management accountant; a supportive and successful husband; two BMWs, a Mercedes and three acres of land filled with a menagerie of animals.
It’s a lifestyle their little grandson adored; running around the grounds, feeding the ducks and chickens, helping Granny walk her beloved eight-year-old German Shepherd, Rupert, whenever he visited.
But the four-year-old boy hasn’t been to see her for nearly 18 months. And Wendy hasn’t seen him at all since last May. Nor has her daughter Charlotte, 21, the youngster’s mother.’
‘Decisions by secret courts that can lead to children being taken from their parents or old people forced into care homes are finally to be opened up to public scrutiny.
Under rules set out yesterday, future judgments in the family courts and the Court of Protection must be made public except in cases where there is a clear reason to dictate they should not be.
Councils applying to take children into care or to take control of the lives of the old and sick can no longer hide behind a cloak of anonymity.’
‘Parents who face having their children taken away by social workers should flee abroad rather than go through the ‘unfair’ family courts, an MP has declared.
Controversial families campaigner John Hemming spoke out as evidence emerged suggesting children are being wrongly taken into care – when injuries caused by vitamin deficiency are assumed to be signs of abuse.
Babies who do not get enough Vitamin D can suffer fractures. In several cases children have been taken because the courts ruled injuries were caused by mistreatment, a BBC Panorama documentary will claim tonight.’
‘In a true story that can only be described as shocking, seven children were taken from a Texas couple by government social workers simply because they were home schooled.
Significantly, there are no allegations of abuse or neglect, the parents’ attorneys say.
The nightmare for Christina and Trevor Tutt began in September when a police officer found that one of their children, a four year old, had wandered away from home. The officer contacted the Texas Department of Family and Child Protective Services (CPS), which sent a social worker to investigate.
“Nobody in their right mind would want to stay home all day with so many children,” the social worker reportedly said about Christina Tutt. The casework, though, also allegedly said, “There is no problem here” – that is, no concerns about the kids’ safety.
The unidentified caseworker ordered Christina to undergo a psychological examination and enroll in parenting classes, according to the Texas Home School Coalition, which is representing the parents.’