The terrifying power of the State over families: Ireland beware

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Will Eire be next to welcome the children's rights Trojan horse? Mary Ellen Syon has her eyes wide open, but the same can't be said for the useful idiots who, unbelievably, are still falling for the warmly worded cover story. :lalala:

The terrifying power of the State over families: Ireland beware

Before you wrap yourself in virtuous intent and go off to vote Yes on this amendment, stop and look at it again: it is dangerous on many counts, and ought to be defeated.

The vested interests who are selling this thing have wrapped it in pious phrases such as ‘the legacy of failing our country’s children’ and leaving behind our ‘legacy of neglect, abuse and inequality.’ They hope you will not think to question what those phrases hide.

What the people using such phrases – in this case, the phrases are from Frances Fitzgerald, minister at the department of children – never say is exactly who it is who has been ‘failing our country’s children.’

Answer, in almost every case: the agents of the State.
 
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