Australia is the government child stealing capital of the world. Australian government child protection departments' have stolen more children per head of population than any other western nation. That is not a title to be proud of - it is one of great shame.
Sadly our governments have failed to learn the painful and destructive lessons of the past, and have escalated the rate of child stealing in the last decade on the ludicrous premise that it is better to take a child on an unregistered caseworkers opinion - because they might suffer a risk of harm at some time in the future if left with family; whilst at the same time failing to acknowledge the far greater evidenced harm to children forcibly removed and placed in care that has damaging lifelong consequences both for the child and their family.
While the Federal Government keeps apologising to one stolen generation after another, and acknowledges time and time again the harm state governments have inflicted on vulnerable children and their families for decades caused by the failures of the state child protection systems, nothing has changed. This is because there is too much power and no accountability in this corrupt industry. Child stealing by governments always has and always will be a total failure as governments are evidenced to be the worst parents of all.
"Rally to reunite Colleen, Kirsten and "Kerrry 2" Stolen by DoCS! Repeal All Child Protection and Forced Adoption Laws! Support Women's and People with Disabilities' Right to Choose! Justice for All New and Past Stolen Generations by DoCS."
Colleen Fuller and her daughter Kirsten have been fighting for the return of their son and grandson ‘Kerry 2’ who was stolen by the Department of Human Services (DoCS) in November 2007. Colleen as well as Kirsten, is of Aboriginal descent; both have disabilities, and are struggling to overcome poverty.
NSW Department of Human Services did this to ‘Kerry 2’, Kirsten and Colleen on the basis of Kirsten’s disability, Aboriginality, poverty and being unwed mother. In 2008 a Local Court in Sydney ruled for a progressive restoration to reunite ‘Kerry 2’ and Kirsten to the exclusion of the father - After 12 months the Department of Human Services (DoCS) were to remove their services. The father until he addressed his violence and substance abuse issues was not permitted to live in the home of Kirsten and ‘Kerry 2’ for 12 months to 2 years.
In 2007 the Auntie, Uncle of the father with the assistance of the father, tried to force Kirsten to have an abortion of the foetus - with the threat that DoCS were going to take the child from Kirsten the moment ‘Kerry 2’ was born. Kirsten requested the father to leave after this threat was made to defend the right to choose. After ‘Kerry 2’ was born - before Colleen, the mother, and their community even had a chance to begin to raise ‘Kerry 2’; DoCS took the child with the assistance of the Auntie, Uncle and the father.
At the time neither the father, the Auntie or the Uncle advised Colleen and Kirsten that the father had a history of violence, as well as substance abuse until it came out in court. In 2009 DoCS overturned the local Court decision after applying for a stay of the Local Court order.
UNITE WITH ONE POWERFUL VOICE - BRING OUR CHILDREN HOME
The Gunnedah Grandmothers Against Removals have called for a National Day of Action on 26 May 2014 (the anniversary of the day the “Bringing Them Home” report was released and National Sorry Day).
This is a day for all victims of the Australian Child Protection Industry to UNITE with one voice to BRING OUR CHILDREN HOME and force the Failed Government Departments to be accountable for the damage they have caused to the lives of vulnerable children and families.
SORRY TO THE STOLEN GENERATION, THE FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS AND FOR PAST FORCED ADOPTIONS IS MEANINGLESS WHILE EVER THE CRIMES OF GOVERNMENT CONTINUE.
Network in your local areas, and any groups you belong to for our cause. Organise your own Rallies, local and group events, posters, t- shirts and banners all over Australia for the National Day of Action 26 May 2014.
This is our Day for Action all over Australia so start planning how you can all contribute to make it a success. All ideas are welcome.
If you fear your local office then travel to another office where you are not known. We are many and united together we have a powerful voice that needs to be heard to save another generation of vulnerable children.
You Stole my child. You hoped I would go away. You underestimated my love.
I will never give up. I will be a voice for my child. I am not alone. There are many like me. By circumstance united. Together we will be heard. We will never stop fighting for Restoration.
First of all, a huge thank you to all those who came to the Rally out front of Parliament House yesterday (Wednesday 24 Feb 2010), on behalf of NSGBD (New Stolen Generation By DOCs). The morning was a huge success with a lot of publicity gained on the corruption within the child protection system, further shown by Pru Gowards statements in todays paper about the implementation of consent orders to be mandatory.
Pru Goward states that consent orders are signed, yet all legislation under the 1900 Crimes Act states it is blackmail. Ms Goward had promised the spokeswoman for NSGBD that she would meet with her yesterday to discuss all the issues surrounding the protests, yet failed to even turn up, another political figure showing their lacking of spine when it comes to the crunch on a real matter.
Just as the last stolen generation had to wait so many years before every man and his dog jumped on the bandwagon to collect funding to make money it looks like this stolen generation is copping the same attitude. Unfortunately we will not wait that long for the sentencing to begin.
The Australian Crime Commission are aware of the gathering of evidentiary documents proving fraud / misleading documents / cases being contaminated by docs workers, and it is matter of time before the sentencing will begin. For those docs workers who have had the upper hand for so long and destroyed so many lives, your time is running out.