Council of Europe Commissioner Slams Norway

Norway is being squeezed from multiple angles because of their aggressive Child Protective Services: international protests, international and domestic media, European Court of Human Rights, European Parliament, multiple foreign governments and now the Council of Europe. The following is the first paragraph from today’s Dagbladet, one of the most popular Norwegian newspapers quoting the Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner:

“Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner, Nils Muiznieks, was, according to The European Post , very critical in his statements when this week he answered questions from parliament member Valeriu Ghiletchi in Moldova about a Norwegian Barnevernet case where a Norwegian-Romanian family [Bodnariu] are deprived of their [five] children.

Taking children from their parents is a major issue that requires the utmost care because we have to think: what is best for the child? Child’s best interests are almost always to be with their parents. Only in extreme and exceptional cases, where the child can come to serious harm because of parents’ behavior, should a child be temporarily taken away from their parents. We must intervene to support families so that they can remain together and kids can be with their families. Removing children from their parents, should be done only as a last resort and for a very short period,” said Muiznieks.”

When will the government of Norway, the king of Norway, common sense Norwegians, or anybody in Norway realize the disaster Barnevernet has created?


Source:  Delight in Truth


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