A new bill, SB-17 the Bill of Rights for Children, has been introduced to the California Senate. Many in the state are dubbing it the “The Medical Kidnap Act” or “The Government Owns Your Children Act.”
The bill was created by Dr Richard Pan, the same pediatrician who is working towards making vaccines mandatory by taking away exemptions rights from many California families.
There is very good reason to be concerned as this bill would give the government the right to take away a child for practically any reason they see fit.
As attorney Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute warns, “It’s really not the children’s bill of rights, it’s the government’s bill of rights.”
The bills reads as follows:
LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST
SB 18, as introduced, Pan. Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California.
Existing law provides for the care and welfare of children and youth in various contexts, including, but not limited to, child welfare services, foster care, health care, nutrition, homeless assistance, and education.
Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80 (Res. Ch. 101, Stats. 2009) declares the Legislature’s support of a Bill of Rights for the Children and Youth of California that resolves to invest in all children and youth in order to achieve specified goals to create an optimal environment for their healthy development.
This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the research-based essential needs of California’s children, and establishes standards relating to the health, safety, well-being, early childhood and educational opportunities, and familial supports necessary for all children to succeed.
The bill would declare the intent of the Legislature, by January 1, 2022, to enact legislation for the purpose of ensuring that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that all children and youth, regardless of gender, class, race, ethnicity, national origin, culture, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, or ability, have inherent rights that entitle them to protection, special care, and assistance, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The right to parents, guardians, or caregivers who act in their best interest.
(2) The right to form healthy attachments with adults responsible for their care and well-being.
(3) The right to live in a safe and healthy environment.
(4) The right to social and emotional well-being.
(5) The right to opportunities to attain optimal cognitive, physical, and social development.
(6) The right to appropriate, quality education and life skills leading to self-sufficiency in adulthood.
(7) The right to appropriate, quality health care.
(b) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this act to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California created by Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80 (Res. Ch. 101, Stats. 2009), to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the research-based essential needs of California’s children, and establishes standards relating to the health, safety, well-being, early childhood and educational opportunities, and familial supports necessary for all children to succeed.
It is the intent of the Legislature, by January 1, 2022, to enact appropriate legislation to accomplish all of the following:
(a) Develop and put forth research-based policy solutions that will ensure the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
(b) Determine the amount of revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
(c) Identify and obtain the revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
The wording used in SB-17 makes it easy for the government to manipulate and use in their favor in almost any given scenario. What the government may see as “acting in the best interest” of a child may wildly differ from what the parent believes is best for their child. If a parent is homeschooling and decides to not follow a curriculum, can the parents then be accused of not providing “appropriate, quality education?” With the push for mandatory vaccines, the government giving themselves blanketing responsibility of determining what is appropriate healthcare for a child is particularly alarming.
Medical kidnapping is a nightmare parents who dare to disagree with their doctors are having to face. Doctors are using CPS to take children away and persecute parents without a trial and in without providing any actual evidence.
One story that made national news and brought the reality of medical kidnapping to the public eye is that of Justina Pelletier by Boston Children’s Hospital. Justina’s family was referred to Boston Children’s Hospital when her doctor’s diagnosed her with mitochondrial disease. After she was admitted, she was put into a psychiatric ward instead by a different group of physicians who decided she did not have mitochondrial disease. The state of Massachusetts then took custody of the child when her parents and former doctors objected.
Medicalkidnap.com is a website dedicated to the injustices of families like Justina’s where one can read about hundreds of other cases.
Separation from parents is an undoubtedly emotional traumatic experience for children. Parents are also finding that their once healthy children are becoming sick and many even die in foster care from abuse or neglect. The system is extremely corrupt and CPS has clearly shown it cares more about power and funding than it does actually protecting children.
Before her murder in 2010, Sen. Nancy Shaefer was looking into the reality of CPS and published a report entitled “The Corrupt Business of Child Protection Services.”
“I have witnessed such injustice and harm brought to these families that I am not sure if I even believe reform of the system is possible! The system cannot be trusted. It does not serve the people. It obliterates families and children simply because it has the power to do so. Children deserve better. Families deserve better. It’s time to pull back the curtain and set our children and families free.”
Joseph Churchwell is an Arkansas attorney who works with families fighting against the corruption of CPS in his state. Churchwell sent a letter to the Arkansas Legislature and Governor Asa Hutchinson where he stated:
“I honestly cannot recall the number of men and women involved with DHS and ASP that I have consulted with and or represented in my career.
I do however recall the word most often used to describe their feelings, and that word is terrified. No word better describes the tactics of an entity that’s primary intervention is to enter one’s home, remove one’s children, and place them in an undisclosed location with unidentified adults and children for as long as it wishes.
Combine that with the authority to place those children for adoption should it choose to do so, while acting in complete secrecy. Perhaps the most egregious part of all is that this action may be set into motion by an anonymous phone call requiring no more evidence than the reporter’s statement.
If one considers the totality of the circumstances, terrorism is no longer an adequate descriptor for the actions taken in the name of “protecting the children.”
It is easy to see why many are trying to stop SB-17 when medical kidnap is becoming more common and corruption is so rampant. A bill like SB-17 would give the government unprecedented abilities to make decisions on what they deem as unfit parenting. It would also make the cases even more difficult for parents to win.
As the fight between the state and concerned families goes on in California over mandatory vaccines, California seems to be the testing ground for bills like this that could follow suit in the rest of the country.
For information regarding how to deal with CPS and avoid medical kidnapping, click here.
Here are the top 5 things Barack Obama wants you to forget about his presidency:
1. Obama’s War on Libya – Even BBC and The Atlantic have had to admit that this is Obama’s “worst mistake” during his time in office. But it is more sinister than just a simple mistake—this was not a well-meaning intervention that ended in failure.
Hillary Clinton took to the national stage to convince Americans that the U.S. needed to get involved with Libya’s civil conflict for “humanitarian purposes.” Yet the emails that were released from Clinton proved that this sentiment was an absolute lie. Instead, the U.S. interfered in Libya in order to overthrow its president, Muammar Gaddafi, who was creating a gold-backed currency that could have threatened the U.S. dollar.
The result? Libya is now a failed state that has turned into a hotbed for sectarian violence and radical Islamic terrorists.
2. Obama’s War on Due Process – Obama not only made it legal, he carried out a program that bypassed due process and assassinated U.S. citizens using drone strikes. He had a “kill list,” which included the names of American citizens.
Unfortunately, because so much of the program is kept secret, we have no way of knowing how many American citizens the Obama administration has killed over the last eight years.
The result? Donald Trump will now have the power to assassinate any American citizens.
3. Obama’s War on Syria – After destroying Libya, Obama set his sights on Syria where President Bashar al-Assad threatened the U.S. Petro dollar and did not agree on pipelines from Saudi Arabia bypassing Russia.
In 2013, the Obama administration again tried to convince Americans that the U.S. needed to solve a “humanitarian crisis” inside of Syria, and he went on to bomb the country relentlessly. The attempt to overthrow Assad met a major obstacle when Russia stepped in and threatened the U.S. Obama responded by creating a secret program supporting Syrian rebel groups with Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Israel.
The result? ISIS.
4. Obama’s war on journalists, whistleblowers and privacy – During his time in office, Obama spread a culture of fear and paranoia, not only expanding the surveillance state, but also declaring a war on journalists and whistleblowers.
As president of the United States, Obama has used the Espionage Act to persecute journalists and whistleblowers more than all previous presidents combined.
The result? Obama created a safe space for Trump to continue this war.
5. Obama’s War on Truth – Under the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, Obama repealed a law banning U.S. propaganda from being used on American citizens. Because of this, it is now legal for the U.S. government to lie to its own people.
Under the 2017 NDAA, Obama approved a provision that allegedly seeks to to “counter propaganda and disinformation directed at the United States” by creating a government center to monitor content.
The result? Obama created a legal way to suppress free speech.
Obama won a Nobel Peace Prize. He came into power under the banner of Hope and Change. Meanwhile, he has bombed seven countries, dropping over 26,000 bombs in 2016 alone. His speech will not mention this. The mainstream media will work to suppress these important facts.
It is up to you to share this information, and to share the true legacy of President Obama.
California Sen. Richard Pan has decided to deal with the issue of systematic child abuse by the government with his new “bill of rights for children.”
Well, at least it would do that if he cared about the well-being of children.
The bill, S.B. 18, would codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California. It’s a mixture of double speak and unrealistic aspirations that could allow for the infinite growth of government.
The bill was introduced this month by Pan, the pediatrician and state senator who sponsored the 2015 law that eliminated “personal belief” exemptions from state immunization requirements for children enrolled in school or day care.
Though the bill is a whopping one page, every detail is so obscure that it can allow for the creation of hundreds of government programs that will help “promote the well-being of children.”
Rather than summarizing someone else’s summary of the article—as most news outlets do—I’ll be directly quoting the bill.
For the sake of providing a clean article that’s highly referenced but free from 600 hyperlinks, all sources can be found here.
“SB 18, as introduced, Pan. Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California.
Existing law provides for the care and welfare of children and youth in various contexts, including, but not limited to, child welfare services, foster care, health care, nutrition, homeless assistance, and education.”
Here’s just one example: foster kids are 7-8 times more likely to be abused than normal children, nearly half will end up homeless, they are three times more likely to be put on psychotropic drugs, seven times more likely to develop an eating disorder, more likely to have PTSD than veterans of war and less likely to recover from that PTSD, more likely to become pregnant as a teenager, 20 percent more likely to be arrested, and are six times more likely to die than if they stayed in an abusive household.
So, if Pan wants to use the state’s great track record of “taking care of foster children” as an example, we have a lot to be worried about.
Getting back to the bill:
The Legislature finds and declares that all children and youth, regardless of gender, class, race, ethnicity, national origin, culture, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, or ability, have inherent rights that entitle them to protection, special care, and assistance, including, but not limited to, the following:
The right to parents, guardians, or caregivers who act in their best interest.
The right to form healthy attachments with adults responsible for their care and well-being.”
Well, that’s ominous. According to the government, in order to ensure “healthy attachments with adults,” they’ve placed over 400,000 children in Child Protective Services care in the United States.
As shown by the statistics above, these children are regularly beaten, drugged, and sexually molested. Worst of all, a good number of these children are stripped from homes because the parents smoke marijuana, leave their kids outside, or homeschool their children.
“(3) The right to live in a safe and healthy environment.
(4) The right to social and emotional well-being.
(5) The right to opportunities to attain optimal cognitive, physical, and social development.”
I do wonder how public education has provided for the emotional and social well-being of children. As psychologist Peter Gray put it:
“If freedom, personal responsibility, self-initiative, honesty, integrity, and concern for others rank high in your system of values, and if they represent characteristics you would like to see in your children, then you will want to be a trustful parent. None of these can be taught by lecturing, coercion, or coaxing. They are acquired or lost through daily life experiences that reinforce or suppress them. You can help your children build these values by living them yourself and applying them in your relationship with your children. Trust promotes trustworthiness. Self-initiative and all of the traits that depend on self-initiative can develop only under conditions of freedom.”
School is more analogous to prison than an environment that promotes individuality, integrity or self-guided learning.
Much like in prison, those who do not fall in line are punished. Sadly, often that means feeding children psychiatric medication.
Take a look at those numbers. Really take them in.
Do 100,000 children, 0-5 years old need antidepressants?
Do 8 million children need psychotropic medication?
Do we want to take advice from a government that not only allows for this, but subsides it?
Is this what the government means by “opportunities to attain optimal cognitive, physical, and social development?”
Going back to the bill:
“(6) The right to appropriate, quality education and life skills leading to self-sufficiency in adulthood.”
In order to not repeat myself, I’m going to put together the above portion of the bill with this other portion:
“(b) Determine the amount of revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.
(c) Identify and obtain the revenue and resources necessary to ensure that the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California, in its totality, is applied evenly, equitably, and appropriately to all children and youth across the state.”
Alright, let’s talk about revenue, funding and education. Though there’s a perpetual myth that public schools are underfunded, that has been disproved time and time again. Moreover, no amount of extra funding seems to help the situation.
There is no correlation between an increase in school funding and positive educational results.
Also, when it comes to determining the amount of “revenue and resources” to cover government projects, the California government is one of the least fiscally responsible states in the U.S. Even though they have the highest GDP of any state in the union—while also having some of the highest taxes in the U.S.—they remain 443 billion dollars in debt.
So, are we really going to look to the California government to be economically responsible?
C.S. Lewis brilliantly summarizes the deep seeded issue with these well-intentioned government programs:
“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”
We have centuries of evidence showing that government fails to provide the necessary resources to provide for a prosperous, creative and individualistic society. Because all you need for that is the government to get out of the way. Though as nice sounding as it is, the California Bill of Rights for Children could do more damage than a large fleet of angel dust dosed motorcycle riding parents on a crusade to drug kids.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen KT McFarland to join his national security team.
KT McFarland is a national security analyst who has been featured on Fox News as a contributor for the past 6 years.
She is also a member of the council of foreign relations and a war hawk.
McFarland was a former spokeswoman in the Pentagon during the Reagan era and served in the Nixon and Ford administrations. She also ran for a spot in the New York Senate, a seat that was held by Hillary Clinton in 2006 until she was defeated by her Republican rival John Spencer.
Now McFarland will serve as one of president-elect Donald Trump’s members on his national security team, which will be lead by General Michael Flynn.
Besides serving in the Nixon and Ford administrations, McFarland was an aide to Dr. Henry Kissinger in the 1970’s according to her Fox News profile.
Luke Rudkoswski previously warned about what to look out for with president Donald Trump’s picks for his administration, warning about CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission members, and globalists being on his team, which directly contradicts Trump’s “drain the swamp” campaign promise.
Stay vigilant, we will continue to keep you up to date on Trump’s picks for his administration. Stay tuned to We Are Change.
So proud & honored to have KT McFarland as part of our National Security team. She will help us #MAGA
When Donald Trump is inaugurated, he will gain control of Barack Obama’s “surveillance state,” which includes power over the NSA’s unconstitutional mass surveillance program, and the fate of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Trump will have the power to choose a new NSA director that the Senate must still nominate, but he’s in full control and can literally choose anyone—a situation that demands careful monitoring.
The secured email and Gmail competitor Protonmail noted in a piece on the surveillance state and Trump’s influence –
“Due to the way the US government is structured, President Trump will have a large amount of control over the NSA. The NSA is not different from any other federal agency which the president controls. The US president will be able to dictate how the agency operates through his power to appoint the NSA Director. The NSA Director needs to be confirmed through majority vote by the US Senate, but due to Republican control over the Senate, President Trump will have complete freedom to appoint anyone he wants to carry out his orders.
With Republican control over both houses of Congress, President Trump would have broad power to rewrite existing FISA regulations or create a new law.”
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act protects against federal agencies’ overreach—essentially dictating what they can and cannot do.
“As a federal agency however, the activities of NSA are governed by federal law, in particular, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act,” Protonmail’s statement noted. “However, with Republican control over both houses of Congress, President Trump would have broad power to rewrite FISA as he sees fit or introduce a new law. Of course, a new law could be subject to court challenge which could eventually work its way up to the US Supreme court, but Trump is also expected to gain control over the Supreme court. Therefore, all things considered, there is no denying that President Trump would have broad powers to re-shape the US surveillance apparatus to serve his agenda. Should Americans Be Worried?”
Regardless of the federal law in place, we have already witnessed the broad spectrum of illegal spying that the NSA can carry out without consequence. For example, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper lied under oath to the American people and said that “they weren’t domestically spying on Americans wittingly.”
In contrast, various programs have proved that the U.S. has not only spied on American people, it has done so wittingly and specifically. Whistleblower Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician, revealed the NSA had a secret room the NSA used to spy on the American people en masse. There was also the revelation of an NSA spying program using U.S. tech giants Yahoo, Facebook, and Google called PRISM.
This NSA overreach didn’t start with Clapper. NSA Director Michael Hayden also lied and misled Congress. In his 10/17/02 testimony, Hayden told a committee investigating the 9/11 attacks that any surveillance of persons in the United States was done consistent with FISA. However, Hayden was fully aware of Bush’s presidential order to conduct warrant-less wiretaps.
As Protonmail notes,
“The same terror the political right has experienced is now being felt in liberal bubbles such as Silicon Valley for the first time. The left is correct to be terrified of a Trump-led NSA snooping on their communications, especially since Silicon Valley giants like Google and Facebook can be forced to spy on users on behalf of Trump’s NSA. However, this precedent was not set by Trump – he hasn’t even taken office yet. The first major incident of a US tech giant being complicit in US government spying actually took place in 2015 under the Obama administration.”
This all comes together to suggest, as Protonmail expresses, “President Trump would have broad powers to re-shape the U.S. surveillance apparatus to serve his own agenda.”
President Trump may use the NSA to catch terrorists and jail corporate criminals – or he may use it to intimidate political opponents and spy on the general public as President Obama’s administration did.
Protonmail claims the solution is to “build technologies, such as end-to-end encryption, which cannot be abused for mass surveillance.”
“The only way to protect our freedom is to build technologies, such as end-to-end encryption, which cannot be abused for mass surveillance. Governments can change, but the laws of mathematics upon which encryption is based, are much harder to change.”
The highly anticipated 2016 presidential election has finally come to an end.
After months of rigorous campaigning from both Trump and Clinton, Donald J. Trump has been officially declared President-elect of the United States.
However, as to be expected, the ‘tolerant liberals’ have taken to the streets to violently protest and riot against this victory. So triggered by the fact that their paradigm of censorship, a sugar coated reality and their wishes for the continuation of a status quo government have been shattered.
The phrase ‘Love Trumps Hate’ has become incredibly ironic, given that the almost all of the hatefulness and violence has been initiated by Hillary’s minions harassing and physically harming Trump supporters throughout this election cycle, and only increased in severity since the start of the Trump protests.
When interviewed by CNN, a protester alarmingly went so far as to state that “there will be casualties on both sides, there will be, because people have to die to make a change in this world.” Clearly inciting extreme violence and exemplifying the intolerance of the ‘progressive’ left for any diversity of opinion. It has also just been reported that on Saturday morning a man had been shot during an anti-Trump protest on Morrison Bridge in Portland. Luckily his injuries are not life-threatening.
Hillary Clinton lost the election, and with this, the Democrats’ dream of a society which panders to a politically correct agenda and suppresses freedom of speech has been diminished if not destroyed. The countless tactics and lies told about Trump and his supporters failed to manipulate voters. The people of America rightfully distrusted the mainstream media, their polls showed Trump could have never succeeded, yet here we are, with Trump having won electoral votes by a clear margin.
In an article by The Washington Post on Thursday, Asra Q. Nomani, a female Muslim immigrant, explains why she voted for Trump, and rejected the lies told by the left to smear Trump’s name. Stating very accurately that we’re seeing a “liberal honor brigade” that is “shutting up and silencing people who disagree,” Nomani also stated that “the liberals and the left have really betrayed America” when it comes to addressing real and prominent issues.
As the results began to come in from each state, it became more and more evident that a Trump presidency was likely. States like Pennsylvania, with a history of voting Democrat, went Republican. Like we’ve seen with Brexit, this momentous victory for Trump marks a populist uprising against a system run by corrupt career politicians who have provided nothing for the citizens of America for so long. The American people have taken a stance against transgressing into a society of cultural Marxism pushed by the left, rejected a politically correct narrative, and elected Donald J Trump to be the 45th President of the United States.