Is the government preying on the mental health of vulnerable new mothers to justify the removal of the child into care? British MP Tim Yeo says "This council actively seeks opportunities to remove babies from their mothers".
British MP concerns on government social services effectively child kidnapping, see link
Social workers who forced a couple to give up their 11-week-old baby for adoption have been accused of 'child kidnap' by an MP. Staff waited until the girl's father was out before launching a raid with police at the family home to 'snatch the baby from the arms of her mother'.
Tory MP Tim Yeo used Parliamentary privilege to make the allegations in the Commons, saying Suffolk County Council had declared the couple to be unfit parents despite having no evidence of physical or emotional abuse.
Potential Disney involvement harvesting mental health data? Disney have access to sensitive information that could be used against parents.
Bounty, a private promotions company formally owned by Kaboose and bought out by Disney, pays £2.3 million to hospitals across the UK. In return, its sales reps are allowed immediate access to maternity wards within a few hours of childbirth, to distribute promotional baby bags full of samples and discount vouchers.
Bounty also record personal details of the mom and child including taking several photographs of the child. After harvesting the personal details of new mothers, which importantly include details of any mental health issues such as post natal depression and anxiety, Bounty then sells them onto interested commercial partners and third parties.
Who are these third parties? Could this information file shared by government agencies, such as social services who have been alleged to provide babies for the elite to order, as alleged by Carol Woods?
See whistleblower Carol Woods on falsifying reports against suspected vulnerable parents to ensure babies are taken into social care.
Any excuse for removal?
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