Our thanks to Nigel for this. He writes:
Well, a review of our Children’s services finds there are far too many investigations and “We are failing to build lifelong loving relationships around these children.” Fascinating, isn’t it? It’s as though we don’t have a clue about why there are 201,000 investigations in a year with 135,000 proving pointless.
Let’s take a step back and consider the influence of feminist ideology, given any male from six years of age or more is treated as a potential abuser, it seems that may play a part in a trigger-happy approach from children’s service. All a part of the almost gleeful removal of fathers from the “family” and in particular their relationship with their children, by children and family services and family courts. And in the article it talks about the importance of “mum” (because of course Dad couldn’t possibly be a good) being with her children and other mums, when constantly every sinew of state says “mum” should pop the child in a nursery and get herself to work. It is amazing, isn’t it, decades of research confirming the best and safest place for children is in families with two biological parents. Billions of pounds spent on fostering and adoption to try and recreate what the family naturally provides.
And yet again there is a “wide eyed” report apparently blissfully or wilfully unwilling to say the solution is to stop feeding the system with greater and greater numbers of mother-only chaotic “families” by telling us all that all that matters is the individual and parenting is a patriarchal burden for mothers, and fathers are best kept away in case they abuse. Of course the “solutions” discussed – more money and services – don’t address the problem, and the NSPCC’s intervention made me laugh as a prime example of an organisation ramping up precisely the fears and panics that fuel the rampant investigation culture.
As the saying goes, keeping on doing the same things and expecting a different result is madness.
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