The recent horrifying case of Ashya King has highlighted just how far this fascist country will go to snatch children from loving parents.
Five-year-old Ashya was a patient at a Southampton hospital where he was being treated for a brain tumour. His family wanted him to undergo a specific specialist treatment but the doctors refused so his family decided to take him abroad and seek the treatment elsewhere.
This should have been the end of the matter as his parents were making a choice about their child’s health but in filthy Britain parental rights have been eroded to such an extent that rather than leave the family alone the authorities launched a full-scale European manhunt for them.
An International arrest warrant was issued and their photographs were splashed right across the world’s media.
Reports falsely claimed that they had ‘snatched’ Ashya due to their religious beliefs when this was not the case.
The media tried to paint the family as uncaring, irresponsible and essentially criminal.
UK social services illegally steal thousands of children from loving families every year and once they get their twisted claws on a case they will not back down. In fact they will happily lie, perjure themselves and fly half-way around the world if it means successfully stealing their ‘target’ along with their corrupted and sick partners in the judiciary and police.
When they were finally traced to Spain, his parents were arrested and jailed and Ashya was transferred alone to a Spanish hospital in a confused and frightened state.
His family have spoken about the vile travesty of justice:
” The family of seriously ill Ashya King have demanded his arrested parents be released and reunited with the five-year-old as he lay alone in a Spanish hospital.
Grandmother Patricia King said the international hunt for Brett and Naghemeh King had been “absolutely disgusting” and accused the police of going “much too far”.
It came as thousands of people signed an online petition demanding their release and the family was inundated with offers of financial help to pay for specialist treatment for Ashya, who has a brain tumour and just months to live
The Kings were detained in Spain on Saturday night following a two day police hunt launched when they took their son from a Southampton hospital without doctors’ consent.
But he and his wife, who are Jehovah’s Witnesses, were held under a European arrest warrant on suspicion of child neglect when discovered in a hostel near Malaga and have not seen their son since.
Ashya was being treated under police guard in a children’s hospital in the Spanish town while his parents were due in court in Madrid on Monday for an extradition hearing.
Mrs King said her son had gone to Spain to sell a family apartment in order to fund a £90,000 treatment known as proton beam therapy.
She said the decision was taken after doctors in the UK said there was no more they could do for Ashya but his parents were now being treated as criminals.
She said: “I am so upset. It has been an absolute disgrace and I have nothing but condemnation for the police.
“I cannot understand why they have taken the parents away from Ashya and they are not allowed to see him.
“How is that going to help the poor little love?”
She added: “I just wish they hadn’t been found. I completely trust Brett’s opinion on it all and he’s very angry about what’s gone on over the last few days.
“It’s absolutely disgusting to see our family all over the news.”
On the police hunt, she added: “It has been taken too far – much too far.”
An online petition launched by a family friend and demanding the release of the Kings has more than 3,400 signatures.
Ashya older brother Naveed also set up a donation page after being inundated with support, which has already raised more than £1,500.
He said on his Facebook site: “I have received hundreds of emails overnight of people wanting to donate to help Ashya.”
He said the family had not asked for external help but were thankful for the “genuine” desire by many to support his brother.”
What many social media commentators are also highlighting is the difference between the treatment of the King family who acted out of genuine concern for their son and that of the McCann’s.
As we now know, Gerry and Kate left their three toddlers alone every night whilst they went out on the piss and God knows what else, yet they were never charged with child neglect.
This was despite the fact that their daughter Madeleine disappeared and hasn’t been seen since.
The MP responsible for bringing in new laws to strengthen state child-snatching by social services was Margaret Oppenheimer Hodge, who despite knowing about abuse-rings in Islington, was still feted by Tony Blair and promoted to Children’s Minister.
Quite bizarrely, Margaret Hodge’s nephew Philip Edmonds was holidaying at the same Praia de Luz resort when Madeleine disappeared.
Instead of being pursued as criminals, the McCanns were immediately given the assistance of a high-ranking governmental spokesman- Clarence Mitchell.
Mitchell used to be a reporter and was strangely the first person at the scene of the assassination of BBC presenter Jill Dando who was killed because she knew about the VIP paedophile ring linked to Savile.
Her colleague Nick Ross is the founder of the Crimestoppers helpline which conveniently stopped working when an appeal for Jill was televised and is most likely a front organisation used to filter out reports of crimes by the Establishment.
He recently said he’d watch child-porn given half-the-chance.
In a strange twist the Police Commissioner responsible for the arrest of Ashya King’s parents is former Conservative Councillor Simon Hayes.
Simon Hayes was under investigation by the police watchdog after he was accused of falsifying his eligibility for the post of PCC.
Before he took up the role, Simon Hayes was the chairman of the Hampshire branch of Crimestoppers.
How very strange indeed .
We can only hope that the publicity surrounding the Ashya King case will backfire on the authorities and will actually highlight to the world just how vile Britain really is.