Time and time again we hear tell of the devastating effects Social Services are having on families across Britain.
Sociopathic social workers are so hell-bent on getting their child-snatching bonus, they’ll stop at nothing to split up and traumatise families under the insidious guise of ” child-protection”.
Thousands upon thousands of children are taken from loving families every year, despite parents complying with everything asked of them by the authorities.
What most people don’t realise is that whether parents comply or not once the SS get their claws into a family they are almost certainly going to lose their children in this country’s evil secret court system.
Corrupt lawyers, barristers and judges are all making big money from the fostering and adoption industry and they couldn’t give two shits if children end up being abused in care or parents are destroyed due to their loss.
According to the Telegraph:
” Hundreds of social services staff accused of disciplinary breaches, including paedophile offences, were left free to look after vulnerable people while decisions about whether they should be suspended or struck off were delayed.
Hearings into their cases were put off for months, and in some cases years, so that the regulator could delay paying the costs, according to a report for ministers. Some of the most serious cases were abandoned with “little or no” investigation, by staff who felt under pressure to shelve cases regardless of the dangers to the public.”
Many decent social workers have deserted the profession and that’s left the gate wide open for only ruthless, aggressive and sociopathic social workers to remain.
The recent tragic case of Tina Rayson highlights just how devastating it can be to have your children snatched from you.
Tina killed herself after social services took her children when she had an affair with a drug user even though she ended the relationship and did everything within her power to obey the orders of the evil SS.
If drug use is their criteria why the hell haven’t George Osbourne’s children been taken into care then?
He’s one of the biggest fucking crackheads going and should be locked up in rehab as a matter of urgency.
And what about David Cameron’s children too?
His wife is a total druggie and he’s a fucking necrophiliac.
They also left their daughter behind in a fucking pub because they’ forgot ‘about her but still no social services involvement.
This country is a complete and utter fucking joke.
The Mail reports on the Tina Rayson tragedy:
” A single mother-of-four jumped to her death off a bridge after social services took her children away from her after she had an affair with a drug addict.
Tina Rayson, 41, of Blackburn, had dumped her lover in a bid to win back the youngsters but was left feeling she was ‘the worst mum ever’ and was said by friends to be a ‘lost soul’.
She was found by a passing motorist next to a bridge after posting a message on Facebook saying: ‘Night, night everyone, I’ve had it. Love my babies back, but I’m a failure.’
She died three days later in hospital from multiple injuries leaving behind children Ebony, 20, Atlanta, 16, Kai, 13 and Rylee, three. Ebony has now taken on Atlanta and Kai, whilst Rylee’s father has custody of him.
In the days before her death, messages on Facebook revealed the extent of Miss Rayson’s torment at the break up of her family.
She wrote: ‘If I died would anyone care? My kids yes. It’s just so hard when I u lost everything. I have a no life. I just want my babies back.’
Miss Rayson added: ‘Sick of sitting like a zombie in a big empty house. I want my life back. I’m a total failure! I feel the worst mum ever.
‘I ruined mine and my kids’ life all because of a man. I hate my life! I had a happy family. Sick of crying. Sick of this pain.’
She had been described by relatives as ‘family orientated’ and ‘a caring and loving mother devoted to her kids’ but an inquest in Blackburn was told her life began to fall apart last March when she had a fling with a man with a drug problem.
A family friend Deborah Craig told the hearing: ‘Over the six months prior to her death, she was a lost soul. The issues were the children being taken from her.
‘She ended her relationship with her partner, it was the fact that he was on drugs, which led to the problems that the children were taken away.
‘In terms of the depression, sometimes she seemed more positive than others. She would tell me “I’m going to get my life back on track and sort myself out” then the next day she would go back down again.
‘She was doing everything that was asked of her and then she was punished by the social services and they didn’t seem to let her move forward. She said she couldn’t cope without her children but if she felt in crisis I was there for her and would offer any support I could.
She was under the crisis team and she would wait all day for them and they wouldn’t turn up. She was very upset about that and felt like she was not getting the help she needed.
Needed help: Miss Rayson was said to have ‘sought assistance from many mental health professionals’
‘I thought she needed somebody to be there with her for her to talk to every day and check on her. Essentially I tried to be that person.’
Recalling the night of the tragedy on September 15 last year, Miss Craig added: ‘She came around to my house but was miles away. I even asked her what time it was and I don’t think she even heard me. She was very different and was not herself at all. It seemed to me that she had just given up.’
‘I later got a text from Tina at about 9.30pm but it said “please help me Debbie, I’m going to jump off a bridge”. I ran down to Tina’s house and was banging on the door.
‘There was music playing and the TV was on but there was no response. She did everything that was asked of her from social services to try and get her children back but it still didn’t seem to help.’
Miss Rayson’s daughter Ebony said: ‘Mum has been depressed for about five to six months prior to her death – part of that related to my siblings being taken into care.
‘She sought assistance from many mental health professionals. Nothing seemed to help my mum at all. Her depression was constant.
‘The Monday, September 14 was the last time I saw her. She was crying and seemed as though she had always been crying and shaking.
‘Around 9pm on Tuesday she rang me and just said “love you” at the end of the call and that was it.’
Recording a suicide verdict, coroner Michael Singleton, said: ‘This is a tragic story of a young woman whose life started to unravel about six months before her death.
‘There were problems with her relationship and more significantly, the taking into care of her children. It seems that these things came to a head.’
Social services did not attend the hearing.”
The following comment was left on the Mail website:
” Blindingly obvious that Social Services have questions to answer. Yet again they just wade right in and destroy someone’s life without considering all of the circumstances, and under the guise of ‘we must do what is best for the children’, a catch all whichever they know is very difficult to argue against, and gives them carte Blanche to run roughshod over people’s lives. A disgraceful episode, and someone should pay for this tragedy…but we all know they won’t be…. we’ll simply get the stick responses.”