Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Is there a Criminal in Buckingham Palace?

I have not heard or read the speech Her Supposed Majesty was to hold today. As I am Stuart minded, I posted the following to the homage page for HM King Francis II, and the initial "tomorrow" was corrected to "today":

I understand that Windsor Monarchs are seen as keeping up an institution that may be restored to the proper incumbents in some quarters.

By tomorrow there may be criminal in the Royal Castle:

The Christian Institute : Religious parents ‘could be criminalised’ under new law
Tue, 3 Jun 2014

Currently there are around 22,000 children on child protection registers for neglect, and a social worker can already intervene if the child is being subjected to emotional neglect.

The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 covers anyone who “wilfully assaults, ill-treats, neglects, abandons, or exposes [a child] or causes or procures him to be assaulted, ill-treated, neglected, abandoned, or exposed, in a manner likely to cause unnecessary suffering or injury to health including injury to or loss of sight, or hearing, or limb, or organ of the body, and any mental derangement”.

The proposed new parenting law has received support from Conservative MP Robert Buckland and was born out of a campaign led by the charity Action for Children.

Buckland said that “the criminal law should be brought into line with its civil counterpart.”

The civil counterpart should on the contrary be brought back into line with normal criminal law!

Where does "the Queen" come in?

"A sweeping parenting law, which may be included in the Queen’s Speech tomorrow, could criminalise parents with strict religious beliefs, a columnist has warned."

Ah, yes, she might have included it in the speech.

Oh, as the article is from yesterday, change my original "tomorrow" to "today".

By the way, Buckland is "Conservative"? With such Conservatives, who needs Commies! With such Conservatives, who needs Nazis!

Triviū, Quadriviū, 7 cætera : Answering itccs, first 34 minutes of evidence, five charges and no Catholic culprit so far
[No Catholic culprit, so far, but already sighting British Parlamentarian ones]
vendredi 22 mars 2013

British Parlamentarians have been a bad bunch a long time.

The Canadian case was also about securing the best interest of children against their parents. By being racialist, it was limited to targetting minorities. Bad enough, but non-racialist targetting of everyone (except the élitist clique who is running it all) does not exactly mend matters.

On that FB Group, I so to speak signed by posting with my profile. Here on this blog I sign now:

Hans Georg Lundahl
Nanterre University Library
Wednesday in Pentecost Novena
4 / V / 2014

Update, 5th:

It would seem the offense has been committed:

And a Serious Crimes Bill will extend the definition of child cruelty to ensure it covers the most serious cases of emotional neglect and psychological harm, in a so-called "Cinderella law". The Bill will also outlaw written paedophile material.


The Telegraph : Home » News » UK News » Queen Elizabeth II
Queen's Speech to Parliament: highlights in 90 seconds

Cinderella was not victim of a mother, but of a stepmother. How many statistical certainties that such and such parental behaviour will cause damage are really there because a "society" has stepped in as "Cinderella's stepmother" and done the real damage after blaming damageable behaviour on parents?

New Update, 6th:

Faculty there had become concerned, however, after the man’s 4-year-old daughter drew an image last Wednesday that they thought warranted investigation. It was a picture of a man holding a gun, and when teachers asked the girl to explain it, she said it was a depiction of her father.

“He uses it to shoot bad guys and monsters,” teachers say the girl explained.

The father says he doesn’t own a gun. Nor does he kill monsters.

RT : Dad goes to jail for 4-year-old daughter’s drawing
Published time: February 27, 2012 19:20
Edited time: February 27, 2012 23:20

That is the kind of loons that are also charged with things like taking away children from "bad parents"./HGL

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