Originally posted by Heike
Originally posted by FiatLux
Try understanding what I said.
How about you try understanding what I'm saying. I'll TRY to dumb it down for ya some more.
It doesn't matter now if the parents did anything wrong or not.
What matters is what is best for the CHILDREN. The parents are adults, they can deal. The innocent children who have already suffered are the ones who
deserve to be happy, and that should override all other considerations.
You, as a parent, do not have a 'right' to have your own children back if it's going to upset and traumatize them.
Can you HEAR me yet?
You are dead wrong. It matters, and matters very much that the parents rights were abused, and now they will never see their kids again because of
this. This can easily cause major depression for both parents. No they may not be able to just deal with it. I'll be surprised if they could just
deal with it. Things like this are things that can ruin lives relationships, why people can not function in society, and think about suicide.
This sets an extremely dangerous precipitant that the courts can do anything they want to in the name of the child whether it is best or not for that
child. When in question of whether to return a child back to their parents who have been fighting long and hard to get them back, the courts could go
back to this case and tell the parents sorry even though you were not at fault.
Why do you think tearing a family apart, and not bringing it back together when the courts are wrong. How are you sure it is in the best interest of
the children not to be reunited with their parents? How do you know that the children will not suffer, because they can't see their brothers and
sisters they know they have?
If they are fortunate after they grow up, they might find each other and have a tearful reunion thinking of all the years that have been taken away
from them that they could have been have with their parents, brothers, and sisters.
I'm sorry, but this is extremely detestable to me.
Also, I'm suspicious of the doctor in the first place. How do we know the doctor and child services weren't working together to get the child into
foster care to be adopted? There can be money involved. The doctor could have been paid off.
The doctor should have known that the baby drinking soy milk without the proper nutritional supplements would cause the fissures in the bones. No, the
doctor just out right accused the parents of being abusive. If all three kids are cute, no problem in getting them adopted.
I honestly do not believe child services acts or works in the best interest of the family. They rather see the children in foster care and get
adopted. How do we honestly know the children were not abused in foster care, because many are. How do we know the adoptive parents are better for
these children? How do we know the adoptive parents aren't doing a worse job, or not loving the kids as they should be loved?
Yea sure the child care service workers comes around every once in awhile, and asks some questions. The children could be bribed or blackmailed into
telling the case worker what they want to hear. The house is cleaned right before the case worker is stopping by.
This isn't a rosy world as you already know. The children are better off with their natural parents if there is no abuse. The biological parents,
especially the mother, has a natural instinct to love her children more so than anyone else.
I'll guarantee those children have scars with them wondering why their parents don't love them. They may believe their parents hate them. They will
always have a hope that they will be returned to their parents even after two years. I know the oldest definitely will. I honestly believe it will
scar them worse if they are not returned to their parents.
I hate to see the counseling bills when they are older if they are ever able to find out the truth. Have a teary reunion, and then found out that they
couldn't be returned because too much time passed?
Then how much time is too much time? Next thing you know the courts will decide that if one year passes, that will be too much time. Then six months
is too much time.
Heck, people will have to take courses to be parents. Lets not stop there, they will have to accept a yearly home invasion by child services. Wait, we
can't trust anyone, so monthly home visits. Hmmm, weekly home visits would be better. What the heck child services can pop in at any time, any day,
and you better be papered.
This is costing the government too much, so why not just take all children from birth, and put them in state run nursery's, and make sure they
supposedly have all the care and education they need from birth until adult hood. We will hire everyone who hasn't given birth to work in the
nursery's, boarding houses, and schools.
The parents don't have any rights to even see their kids. They are all bad parents to begin with, and this would be best for the children. That way
they will not learn any prejudices from their birth mother or father. Their birth mother and father can not unduly influence them. They will learn
what we want them to learn to become "good and productive" citizens of society.
Besides the parents don't have any rights or feelings. They can just deal with it.