Support 4 the Family


Tous dans la rue pour la famille
Dimanche 16 Octobre à Paris

All in the street for the family
Sunday 16 October in Paris

La Manif Pour Tous
The Demo For All

There are large demonstrations in France, supporting the family and opposing sexual anarchy, but hardly anyone in the UK knows about it because of media silence.

The 'New Normal'

11-12 November 2016

Confronting the 'New Normal'
will equip you to engage with and challenge the increasing sexuality and gender confusion at home, in schools and in society.

Emmanuel Centre
9-23 Marsham Street

Day 1, Understanding, Fri. 11 Nov.
Day 2, Response, Sat. 12 Nov.

News Archive 2015

Latest news

Children brought up by both parents far less likely to suffer mental ill-health.

Laura Donnelly, Health Editor, Telegraph, 26 Dec 2015

Major research finds children brought up by single parents or step-families are far more likely to suffer from conduct disorders and hyperactivity.

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Dr. Church, expelled for telling the truth about high-risk LGBT behavior, loses final appeal.

The medical profession in America is seriously compromised.

Mass Resistance, 17 Dec 2015

The cave-in at the major Boston Harvard-affiliated hospital is complete. The Board of Directors of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has formally notified Dr. Paul Church that they are upholding his expulsion from the hospital and that his medical privileges there are terminated.

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Dr. Paul Church

Threat of Detention for Failure to Wear Gay Badge at School

Mike Gascoigne, 9 Dec 2015

The week beginning 30th November 2015 was “LGBT Week” at King Solomon High School in Redbridge, and everybody aged 11+ was expected to participate. They were given a rainbow badge and were told that they all had to wear it otherwise they would get detention. One of the 6th form girls went home with her badge and told her Mum what was going on, and she promptly responded by posting her protest on Facebook.

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Douglas Carswell MP: Forced Adoption, Westminster Hall Debate

Douglas Carswell: Forced Adoption, Westminster Hall Debate

25 Nov 2015

See video of contributions from Mr. Carswell.

Read transcript in Hansard. (Scroll down to column 397WH)
Complete debate including contributions from:
Rachael Maskell, Labour/Co-op, York Central.
Lucy Allan. Conservative, Telford.
Edward Timpson, Minister for Children and Families.


Norway, Return the children to Bodnariu family!

Pastor Daniel Bodnariu, 19 Nov 2015

Marius and Ruth Bodnariu's 5 children were taken by social services in Norway on charges of "christian indoctrination". Let's stand together in prayer!

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Sign the Petition

See also the Facebook Page

Published: 18 Nov 2015

Robert Oscar Lopez is a tenured professor at California State University, Northridge, raised by lesbian parents, who has become an outspoken supporter of marriage and the inherent rights of children to know and be loved by their own mother and father. This has made him a ferocious target of gay and lesbian activists bent on silencing him.

Read more, and sign the petition.

Why is the government giving preferential treatment to those backing compulsory sex education in schools?

Peter Saunders, Christian Medical Comment: 16 Nov 2015

Campaigners are pushing for sex and relationship education (SRE) to be made compulsory in all English schools.

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Adoption: today the PM is going in the wrong direction

Published: 2 Nov 2015

It all sounds so sensible, doesn't it? Today, the Prime Minister said he wants to cut adoption waiting times, and stop children being sent to live with relatives they don't know. "Quite right too", I hear you say.

But there are dangers...

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Douglas Carswell MP

PM not in tune with the public on adoption

Published: 2 Nov 2015

Plans announced today by the Prime Minister to streamline adoption services were attacked by UKIP's Home Affairs spokesman, Diane James MEP.

"This is a real test of compassionate conservatism, and it looks like the Prime Minister is completely out of tune with public opinion on this subject...

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Diane James MEP

World Congress of Families IX – A Success By Any Measure

World Congress of Families IX (October 27-30) was held in the Grand America Hotel, in Salt Lake City. Our first Congress in the United States was a success by every conceivable measure. Previous Congresses were held in Prague (1997), Geneva (1999), Mexico City (2004), Warsaw (2007), Amsterdam (2009), Madrid (2012) and Sydney (2013).

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Thank you, Toronto Star, for ignoring my work.

Miriam Grossman, MD.

Published: 9 Sep 2015

A few weeks ago, at the invitation of several parent organizations, I traveled from New York to Toronto and addressed a crowd of almost one thousand people. It was dinner time and mid-week, but we ran out of chairs. When the topic is graphic sex education for children, people show up.

The sex ed portion of the curriculum imposed by liberal premier Kathleen Wynne, I explained, is not about health, but about molding the attitudes of children. The goal is to produce students who respect and affirm nearly any type of sexual lifestyle. Teachers will promote an ideology which has nothing to do with disease prevention and everything to do with sexual license.

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Opening up the family courts

Innocent couple fight for the return of their adopted child

BBC London News

Richard Carter and Karrissa Cox took their six-week old baby to hospital because they discovered bleeding at the mouth after a feed. But the hospital staff found bruises and marks, and they did an X-ray which suggested there might be fractures. They suspected that the parents had inflicted injuries on the child, so they called the social workers and the baby was taken into care.

It was subsequently discovered that the child had rickets, which weakens and softens the bones and creates deformities. The condition is caused by deficiency of calcium and vitamin D. It was also discovered that the child had a genetic disorder called Von Willebrand disease which inhibits blood clotting and causes bleeding and bruises.

However, by the time it was known that the child had these conditions, and it was proved in a criminal court that the parents had done nothing wrong, the baby had been adopted. The parents were aquitted of child cruelty and were relieved of the prospect of going to prison, but then they were told they could not have their child back because adoption is final and cannot be reversed.

It was a long, protracted process. Richard and Karrissa took their baby to Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, in April 2012 and the child was taken into care. They were allowed supervised visits until there was a family court hearing in March 2015 where the adoption order was issued and all contact ceased. But this adoption should never have occurred because there was a series of criminal hearings in progress at Guildford Crown Court, to deal with the charge of child cruelty. The hearings began on 5th June 2014, nine months before the adoption, and ended on 7th October 2015, seven months after the adoption.

At the time of the family court hearing, it was known that the child had been taken to hospital with a condition that might have nothing to do with violence and abuse, and the argument was presented to the court (one of the few facts about this hearing that is known). But they ignored it, such was their haste to get on with the adoption quickly.

The family courts don't need to prove things, they work on the balance of probability, and in this case they were not interested in the prospect that the parents might subsequently be found "not guilty".

Why does this happen? It's because not much is known about what goes on in the family courts. Hearings are held in secret behind closed doors, journalists and other observers are not allowed in, and the process is not open to public scrutiny like the criminal courts.

This appalling miscarriage of justice could have been prevented if the family court hearing had been held in an open court, with the opportunity to cross-examine witnesses like any other court. Obviously there are circumstances where reporting restrictions have to apply, but there is no reason for the level of secrecy that occurs as a matter of routine. The family courts have to be opened up to public scrutiny so we can see what goes on.

Richard and Karrissa say they will fight to get their child back and will not give up. See video.

Mike Gascoigne

See also: Handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child