Happy Father’s Day….Even to Those Who Lost Their Children to Arlington CPS and Courts

15 Jun

It is now a well established fact that Arlington County is a “nanny state” that believes that government can parent better than parents.   That is why the “activist” Arlington DHS is so aggressive,  Arlington Court’s so agreeable, and GAL’s so cooperative, in taking kids away from their families — particularly poor families — in Arlington.   Once you get in the clutches of Arlington CPS, your family is done for — there is too much money in it and too many careers at stake.  Taking kids from poor families boosts the economic values of properties in Arlington, where developers are the number one priority — increasing land values is also number one.  [We challenge anyone to give us a good example of where Arlington CPS has actually left a family intact and better off than it was before Arlington CPS got involved.]

Ironically, the very people who are involved in the process, the “popular” GALs (who are repetitively get selected by the Court because they dont’ disagree with Arlington DHS), social workers (who need kids to fill their caseloads otherwise they lose job slots), and judges (who are too lazy and/or dumb to take a fresh look at the facts, but instead like to be led by the nose by Arlington DHS, their county attorney, and the “yes man” GALs who cheer them on), appear to have come from or have very dysfunctional family backgrounds, themselves.    Thus, it should not be surprising that their judgment on the value of love and family is poor to none.

Thus, if you are a father (or mother), who loves your children but lost them to handiwork of the corrupt Arlington CPS or the Arlington courts, happy father’s day to you.   We know that it is hard for you, but your children remember you, they remember your love and they will, one day, reunite with you and love you more than they did before.

To the children who were taken, your parents have not forgotten you, they love you, and they look forward to seeing you and hugging you again.

To prospective adoptive parents in Virginia, be sure that the kids you are being offered for adoption are not one of those that were unfairly taken from their families — insist on independently verifying this by contacting the birth parents (or grandparents, if they were taken from them) and find out the real truth.

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