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Cazul Bodnariu si Oglinda agatata in copaci

Niste prieteni buni, mi-au adus in atentie articolul de mai jos:

http://stefandarabus.ro/2016/01/cazul-norvegia-privitul-in-oglinda-si-padurea-care-nu-se-vede-de-copaci-2/

In timp ce articolul este bine scris si foarte documentat cu statistici curente, autorul acuza subtil pe cei care suporta cazul Bodnariu de ipocrizie.

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Pentru ca am fost adaugat la acest post, pot sa spun ca am iesit in strada in favoarea familiei Bodnariu nu din ipocrizie, ci din convingeri foarte bine conturate. Idea fundamentala este cea a drepturilor parentale. Copiii nu sunt proprietatea statului, iar statul nu are cum sa fie un parinte mai bun decat parintii naturali. De fapt, statisticile prezentate de domnul Darabus privind copiii institutionalizati demonstreaza incapacitatea si incompatibilitatea statului de a oferi “parenting”.

Drama copiilor romani este cunoscuta si bine documentata. Nu a inceput recent. La revolutie, Romania avea cei mai multi copii institutionalizati, daca nu gresesc, din Europa. Conditiile cele mai mizere, abuzurile cele mai grave. Statul este cel care a falimentat destinul acestor copii, impreuna cu familiile lor si crestinismul romanesc. (uite ca am spus-o).

Statul a interzis adoptiile datorita unor prezumptii absolut false. Cunosc cateva zeci de cazuri de copii cu dizabilitati adoptati de familii americane din Romania. Toti acesti copii si-au depasit conditiile si au conditii exceptionale de viata. Mai departe, agentiile guvernamentale sunt foarte restrictive in ce priveste interventia calificata sau parentala in viata acestor copii dezavantajati. De-alungul anilor am ajutat sute de copii, am fost parteneri cu orfelinate si institutii care au servit mii de copii. Vedem din ce in ce mai mult restrictiiile puse de aceste agentii.

Protestul nostru pentru familia Bodnariu nu exclude compasiunea noastra pentru copiii dezavantajati din Romania. Dar ceea ce se intampla in Norvegia este expresia unei noi religii “statismul” (etatism cum ar spune francofonii) in care individul se inchina statului si statul se erijeaza in marele salvator al umanitatii, inclusiv al copiilor. In esenta, omul are un singur drept inalienabil: dreptul la libertate. In toata istoria, acest drept a fost incalcat de stat, de sistemul politic in toate formele sale. Asta este lupta in esenta.

Cred ca articolul scoate in evidenta drama a sute de mii de copii romani si incapacitatea guvernamentala si societala de a alina suferinta lor. Dar in general, saracia si deprivarea materiala si sociala sunt simptome ale unor cauze fundamentale. Este tendinta noastra sa adresam simptomele mai degraba decat cauzele.

 

Norway, Barnevernet & Cats in Human Bodies

What’s going on in Norway? This is a question that’s on many human minds lately. On human minds, because I do not believe is on cats’ minds. For sure, Norwegians are neither brainwashed nor brainless. But they underwent a brain transplant. The collective brain was replaced not with Artificial Intelligence (AI), but with cat intelligence. Behind this societal transplant must be Barnevernet. I am just assuming that the cat population is profoundly offended and we should expect a worldwide Cat Protest against Barnevernet. Cats around the world unite against Barnevernet before your kittens are taken away. For brains!

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Read the article bellow. Have fun:

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/norwegian-woman-cat-trapped-human-body-article-1.2512352

More American Media Coverage for the Bodnariu Family

Before Janet Parshall discussed the Bodnariu case on Moody Radio, other media outlets covered the story of world wide protests against the Barnevernet practices.

World Magazine, a Christian news magazine, covered the Bodnariu drama and on January 21 here:

http://www.worldmag.com/2016/01/support_swells_for_christian_family_in_norway_after_authorities_seize_children?platform=hootsuite

The Blaze, an independent news television network and website founded by tv and radio personality and entrepreneur Glenn Beck, covered the case here:

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/01/25/thousands-sign-petition-supporting-norwegian-couple-whose-children-were-seized-after-principal-voices-concern-about-very-christian-upbringing/

Janet Parshall: “If I had a child in Norway, I will pack my things and leave that country”

As you know, on January 26, at 5:00PM CT, Janet Parshall, one of the Christian radio most prominent personalities, discussed the Bodnariu case on her popular show  “In the Market with Janet Parshall”, which airs on Moody Radio, with Norwegian pro-family activist and former attorney Marius Reikeras.

Janet Parshall was very straightforward about the situation created by Barnevernet in Norway. She started the segment with a bold statement: “If I had a child in Norway, I will pack my things and leave that country”.

Marius was interviewed over the phone and you could listen to the segment here:

http://www.barnevern.org/marius-intervju-janet-parshall-bodnariu-norsk-barnevern/

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Inside Barnevernet: Personal Vendetta Against Bodnariu Family

The Bodnariu Drama: A case of Blatant Envy?

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Troubling allegations against the Norwegian CPS (Barnevernet) are surfacing in the Bodnariu case where CPS confiscated 5 children 3 months ago.

There is evidence that besides the “abusive Christian indoctrination” issue which triggered the CPS action, one of the main social workers/investigators in the case is a former nursing school colleague of Ruth Bodnariu, and she may have a personal issue with Ruth. The unprecedented Romanian delegation which recently visited Norway attempting to secure the release of the children revealed this seemingly small but critical detail here.

This leads to suspicion of bias in the CPS investigation. Ruth Bodnariu’s former colleague who was involved in removing her children is said to harbor jealousy toward Ruth dating back to nursing school, where Ruth is said to have been a superior student.

This is a highly irregular matter when in comes to investigations. How can a CPS organization allow investigators to be intimately involved in the case…

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The Bodnariu Case on Moody Radio

Today, January 26, at 5:00PM CT, Janet Parshall, one of the Christian radio most prominent personalities, will discuss the Bodnariu case on her popular show  “In the Market with Janet Parshall” which airs on Moody Radio.

 Picture credit: (facebook page: In the Market)

The case will receive space in the second hour of the show under the heading “Fighting for Family – Go and Tell”.  Special guests for this segment are Norwegian pro-family activist Marius Reikeras si pastor Greg Laurie (Harvest Church – California).

This is great for the Bodnariu case since millions of Christian will hear about the case for the first time.

For more information, please visit: http://www.moodyradio.org/In-the-Market-with-Janet-Parshall/

Cazul Bodnariu la Moody Radio

Azi la Moody Radio de la ora 5:00PM CT(ora Chicago) si ora 1:00AM – ora Romaniei, una din personalitatile radioului crestin din America, Janet Parshall, va aborda cazul Bodnariu in emisiunea “In the Market with Janet Parshall”.

 Picture credit: (facebook page: In the Market)

Cazul va fi prezentat in a doua parte a emisiunii cu tema “Fighting for Family – Go and Tell (Luptand pentru Familie – Mergeti si Spuneti). Invitatii la aceasta emisiune sunt activistul norvegian pro-familie Marius Reikeras si pastorul Greg Laurie (Harvest Church – California)

Mai multe informatii gasiti aici: http://www.moodyradio.org/In-the-Market-with-Janet-Parshall/