CPS scandals – not a isolated US problem

In family, politics on May 17, 2013 at 18:07

A lot of people depend on the foster care system. The depend on agents and social workers branding normal families unfit to take care of their own children.

And it is all about the money. It is not about the children.

The result is children being thrown around in the system.

It is not a problem for the U.S. citizens alone.

Also here in Denmark children are removed wrongly from their families. We had a real neglect case in a Danish town called Broenderslev. Because it caught the attention of the media and because some of the social services departments had declined to take the case due to the high costs of placing 10 children in their care, the parliament provided both the money and the motivation to start a witchhunt on ordinary families.

Today it can be dangerous for a parent to seek treatment for ordinary illnesses like depression because the very minute a record of such a treatment reaches the social services they can invoice the parents thousands of DKK for possible preventive treatment of the children so they don’t catch a depression in the future because depressions are considered contagious in Denmark.

In the so-called happiest country in the world, families are losing their houses; children are ripped from their families in an endless battle on mental illnesses like depression.

All because social workers lives of the system. All because lazy foster parents can get an easy child they can get a lot of money for. Most foster parents in Denmark are so lazy that they don’t want to attend two days of mandatory education per year where they can learn all kind of knowledge of children and despite the fact that the courses are mandatory, they can continue to cash in while they stay away from the courses.

Group home owners hire the most uneducated people with the size of their muscles as the only credential. They use the money they are given for the children to their own profit. It is cheating the system and harming innocent kids. Both in Denmark and the United States.

  1. I’m 18 and in foster care. I live in Staten Island New York. My current foster parent barley buys food she gets $1800.00 a month to take care of me. everyday I buy my own food. I’m a foster kid at seamens society for children and families. The agency told me to buy my own food even when I was a minor please help me I don’t know what to do anymore I’m barley making it this foster parent of mine is using the money to fix up her house and barley taking care of me

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