Thursday, October 17, 2013
World Congress of Families (WCF) har inbjudit NKMR sedan 2009 och i år blev NKMR:s ordf. inbjudan att medverka i en wo rkshop i WCF VII i S ydney, den 15-18 maj 2013. I stället för en personlig inställelse gjordes en 10-minuters presentation av Domenic Johanssonfallet.
I am looking at a beautiful photograph of a young mother and her son. She has long brown hair and her arms are wrapped protectively around her beloved child. This is Annie and her son’s name is Domenic. They have been ripped apart by their government. In June 2009 Swedish police boarded a plane bound for India, Annie’s home country where they were moving to be close to her family, and kidnapped Domenic,
“Without a warrant or reasonable cause to believe he was being harmed.”
Today is Domenic Johansson’s 12th birthday. He was abducted from his parents by the Swedish government at age 7 for his parents’ “crime” of homeschooling him. In extreme cruelty, the Swedish government has refused to reunite this child with his loving parents and instead handed him off to be raised by strangers and attend government school. Domenic is the Johanssons’ only child.
His parents are not allowed to see or communicate with him, even on his 12th birthday. Because the Swedish government is keeping Domenic isolated from his parents, Domenic doesn’t even know that his parents love him, or that they desperately long to be reunited and have been fighting vigorously all these years to end this egregious violation of their family’s rights.
Monday, July 29, 2013
"Jag går ut öppet med det här för att samhället för en gångs skull skall få reda på hur socialtjänstemän behandlar barn och familjer. Vi är en av många tusentals familjer som behandlas på samma sätt, vilket samhället har struntat i så länge jag kan minnas. Var vänlig och sprid länken till så många som möjligt, LVU kostar samhället uppskattningsvis 40-50 miljared varje år, skattepengar som skulle kunna användas till något helt annat. Per skattebetalare blir detta åtskilliga tusenlappar per år, men till vilken nytta? Inte i förmån för oss familjer i alla fall, och inte för Dig heller."
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Radio Sweden reports on a case where a seven-year old child was taken away from his parents, and the boy was placed in a foster home. The parents say it was partly because they refused to send their child to school. On Thursday, the Swedish Supreme Court decided not to take up their case. [sr.se]
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Meddelandet är ämnat till de som nu arbetar med att reda ut den situation som nu råder inom de sociala förvaltningarna gällande LVU ärenden i alla dess former.
Friday, March 29, 2013
I have my share of not-so-great homeschooling moments. You know those days when all the kids do is complain, you feel like a complete failure, and you wonder why you’re doing it in the first place? Sadly those days happen more often than not, and it is easy for me to lose perspective. I’ll easily fall into the “woe is me” persecuted homeschool mama role, complaining that I just can’t get it all done, and that it’s just “so hard”.