Excellent documentary by the BBC (unusally!) on the evils of the Norwegian
legalised state kidnapping child protection system:
Have to say the most despicable character in that documentary was Kai-Morten Terning who is from Norway’s Orwellianly named “Ministry of Children and Equality”. In response to the question of whether children are abducted by the State if their parents administer “mild corporal punishment” he ended his answer by saying that “parents has to know the law, live by the law, in Norway, regardless of background.” An answer spoken by a true fascist. Translation: “As long as we, as politicians, write it down then we are free to do any amount of nastiness and violence that we feel like.”
I was very surprised the BBC made this documentary as they are usually a major feminist propaganda outlet. I am however noticing a pattern as to how the anti-feminist/anti-child protection movement is starting to take hold amongst major media organisations. There seems to be a tendancy for media organisations to criticise the feminist/child protection laws of OTHER countries, not their own, even though their own country is just as bad (or worse). Perhaps it’s a way of offsetting risk – if a journalist wants to cover a topic then both he and his superiors would see that it is safer for them to criticise another country than their own for a variety of reasons (legal, political etc).
For more examples of the pattern I’m referring to see Russia Today’s two excellent documentaries…
One bashing Israel for its rape laws (in Israel women cannot be prosecuted for making a false rape allegation – can you believe it!?):
And the other bashing the UK for its
legalised state kidnapping child protection laws: