I keep seeing comments here and there to the effect that the issue of forced adoption and wrongful child protection cases based on MSbP / FII would be better dealt with by patriotic British people outside the EU.
I don't believe this to be true as we currently rely on and benefit from the protection of the European Courts.
I'm sure that we would have been more likely to have been able to sort out the MSbP / FII question (and more quickly) with the help of the European Courts than without them. The European Courts have ruled some British forced adoptions to be illegal and kept our courts worst excesses under the check of knowing that their actions could be appealed in Europe. British Courts not been able to accede to some requests by social services departments for fear of contravening EU law or European Court directives.
The European Court case of P,C & S v UK established that mothers have a right to a trial of parenting, before their newborn child is considered for removal by the state for adoption outside the family.. The British courts know that if they overstep the mark they can be challenged in the European Court so they have to behave more carefully.
There was a very recent prime time French TV programme about UK forced adoption and the working of the Children's Act. Babies of Eastern European migrants have been stolen for adoption by the British courts as they look perfectly English and are taken before they've learned a language. There was the case of the forced Caesar for the Italian mum in Essex. So there are various groups and movements within the EEC who have been attacking Britain for its forced adoptions through motions etc in the European Parliament and elsewhere - leaving Europe will almost certainly set us back a very very long way in this regard.
I've seen recent comment that the patriotic British should stand up to Freemasonry - which probably underlies some of the medical defence / medics standing together against patients (especially where drug companies are involved) issues. However the Freemasons would regard themselves as British through and through and would swear an oath of patriotism, so appealing to 'Brits and patriots' to stand against Freemasonry makes not one jot of sense.
The Norwegians appear extraordinarily intolerant of chronic illness and disability. There are reported cases of sick and disabled Norwegian children insouciantly removed from their families. The Norwegian rate of forced adoption is sky high! Young Eastern Europeans move to Norway in search of the physical work that oil rich Norwegians don't want to do. The dual career Norwegians leave it too late to procreate and social services provide them with blonde Eastern European babies, taken on flimsy criteria from migrant families (before they've learned either language), to be brought up as little Norwegians. Being outside the EU there is no external check on their actions.
I fear that the situation in Britain will get worse as we leave our European neighbours and try to go it alone with no external review or sanction.
Jan Loxley Blount 2/12/16