posted on Nov, 26 2018 @ 05:53 AM
a reply to: lakenheath24
What was disgusting about this story was how parents that raised concerns were told they were being racist by the teachers they spoke to! I'll bet the
parents that removed their children from the school will face punitive measures by the education authority.
Are teachers in Ipswich blind? Did none of them notice a grown man in their classrooms? Did they care so little about the safety of British children
forced to spend up to 6 hours a day in the company of a fraudster whose motives we are unlikely to ever know?
The unaccompanied child scam.
The law in this country states that a child in care on their 16th birthday remains a social services responsibility until the age of 23. This means
the child/young adult can have social services support in education, housing etc until they have reached an age when most young people will have
completed a 1st degree course.
To prevent British children having these privileges and rights, they get thrown out of care homes etc by the day before their 16th birthday. Social
workers will sometimes try to find a charitable organisation to take up the slack but if they are unsuccessful, the child is referred to council
housing department where they are likely to be fobbed off and if they are lucky, given a tent to sleep in. There is nowhere these children can go for
impartial advice and advocacy.
Meanwhile, 'unaccompanied children', who claim to have no connections anywhere in the UK, remain in the 'care' of social services and have their
higher educations fully funded!
Meanwhile, government wring their hands, claiming their policies are working and they are not at fault for the spike in British care leavers living on
Fascism in Britain in 2018. Parents are expected to care about being labelled than about the welfare of their own children and must not mind that
their taxes are squandered on fraudsters and con men.