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Date Posted: 01:53:57 12/01/13 Sun
Author: Knut Holt
Subject: About the Greedy and Authoritarian Norwegian Child Protective Agencies
The Norwegian Child Protective System - An Authoritarian and Greedy Organization
The Norwegian child protective agencies have resceived a lot of international attention and has even had diplomatic consequencies between Norway and several countries in the last years. The reason for this are several episodes where these agencies have snapped away children from foreign parents because the child and its family differed in some way or other from a very narrowly defined official Norwegian standard.
Also native Norwegians fear badly the SWF system in Norway. They use children as trade objects out of greed for money. If you deviate from some strict and unnatural normality scheme or culturally, your children are really in danger. This system snaps children to the full extent of their capacity. If you give them the double capacity, they will snap twice as many children as now.Generally I worn families with children moving to Norway or even visiting Norway as tourists.
To kiss your child or give it a good embrace is enough in this country to be suspected of child sexual abuse and have your children taken away from you. They have a myriad other normality paragraphs too, or just invent some new case by case as they feel conveniant. If for example a child has a healthy weight and a healthy diet, they will state thaty the child is underfeeded. If the child is somewhat fatter they will call it overfeeding. In this way they twist the definitions of neglect and abuse so to suit any case.
In a certain sense all children in Norway are registered or monitored intimately by this system, but not necessarily as official cases. Teachers, doctors, nurses, hospitals, health care workers, dentists, priests, police, kindergtarten employees and any public official that deal with children work as depudees of this system in addition to their official roles in the society, and they have regular meeting with this system where any child can be discussed and any child is discussed and monitored to the full extent of the capacity of this network. This stasi-like surveillance system makes it very difficult to find any official a parent can trust, but all parents are well adviced to be on guard and do their own counter-surveillance on this system.
This system also is a part of a greater international ring of similar agencies in countries like UK, USA, Sweden and Denmark. They all measure the kids and the parents up against a very narrow normality standard which is far from natural or healthy and snap away children when this standard is not met.
This system attacks both Norwegian and Foreign families. Generally Norwegian parents are afraid of these agencies and their helpers in the public services. These agencies work together and can anytime come and snap your children from you if there is something regarding the child or the family which is not politically correct. Because of these fears, Norwagians go around, behaving according to official norms, making false smiles and interchanging false positive comments regarding anything the authorities do or arrange, but you can see the fear and apathy in thir eyes and their face. Norway is no happy country.
But of cource also these agencies have somewhat limited resources, and cannot take every child they see. They often choose children that have a good life, but somehow deviate from the common norm. It does not matter if the deviation is positive or negative, only that it is a deviation. Often they use the pretent of so called early intervention. Children that are grossly abused or neglected are seldome taken, because taking these children does not give personal gratification or profit for the agents or those they cooperate with.
Regards Knut Holt
PS: I allow anyone to copy and republish this article as long as my name and my link follows the article.
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