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Originally posted by DISRAELI
Whoever answerd the question obviously understood the question to be;
"If I don't register the child, can the child be take away FOR THAT REASON"- and they answerd "No" accordingly.
Originally posted by Pimpish
Do you really think you're a slave?
Originally posted by LarryLove
So much so that come the morning I might take the guys advice, call a stock broker and see what I am worth! I joke, but is there something more to these odd bits of paper?
Do you lay any credence to the straw man theory? And these certificates are supposed to be the beginning of your legal other self.
from webarchive.nationalarchives.... gov.uk/+/www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/HavingABaby/AfterTheBirth/DG_4002872
You must register the birth of your baby within 42 days of the birth in England and Wales, and 21 days in Scotland. If you can't go to the district where your baby was born you can go to another office (still within 42 days) and the registrar will send your details to the appropriate district office. If the baby was born within England and Wales however, it must be registered within England and Wales. The same applies for Scotland.
Originally posted by Cythraul
I don't really have anything else to to add. The above image says it all, literally. It is taken from a recent news entry/discovery by an organisation in England called TPUC, who have been uncovering and spreading information related to the illusion of the legal system for a while now.
Text Purple No = Children vulentarily given up if at all.
2 Not willing to alarm public of possable discovery of slave trade children............