A Miracle for US

STOP taking OUR children – ALL children belong under the protective umbrella of loving parents.

3 families = 22 children kidnapped by State

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Blessed Little Homestead is the facebook page of this homeschooling, off the grid family of 12 whose 10 children were last Wednesday taken into state custody.  The mother’s post (left) from September 16, 2012 is indicative of how she sees her role in homeschooling.  Just weeks prior she posted this:

August 29, 2012 –
The ultimate purpose of the adversary, who has “great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time,” is to disrupt, disturb, and destroy the home and the family. Like a ship without a rudder, without a compass, naugler-momwe drift from the family values which have anchored us in the past. Now we are caught in a current so strong that unless we correct our course, civilization as we know it will surely be wrecked to pieces. Moral values are being neglected and prayer expelled from public schools on the pretext that moral teaching belongs to religion. At the same time, atheism, the secular religion, is admitted to class, and our youngsters are proselyted to a conduct without morality. (Boyd K. Packer, Ensign, May 1994 P. 19)

How eerie that three years later that current would sweep all her children into state custody this past week, and the 5-month pregnant Nicole Naugler would be arrested trying to stop her children from being taken.  naugler-saveourfamilyDOTinfoHere Raw Audio of the Incident where the mother futilely attempts to exercise her Constitutional Rights leading up to her arrest can be heard.

Here is a short summary of DC CLOTHESLINE’s report:  Police Seize 10 Kids From ‘Off-Grid’ Homeschool Family in Kentucky on after receiving an anonymous tip about the family’s traditional lifestyle.

The nightmare story began when sheriff’s officers set up a blockade around Joe and Nicole Naugler’s rural property before entering the premises. … The sheriff then demanded Joe Naugler turn over the other eight children by 10am the next day or face felony charges, an order with which he complied.

“They are an extremely happy family,” said family friend Pace Ellsworth, who asserts that the Nauglers were targeted because of their “back to basics life” and their decision to homeschool their children…

Interestingly enough, just days earlier A Miracle for US, a site dedicated to exposing the degree to which children are being taken by the government, featured a 7-year old expose on “Adoption Business: Placing Orders for Babies that CPS Fills by Kidnapping“.  The Miracle Team went on to say:  “IT IS HAPPENING NOW ACROSS THE COUNTRY.  Just ignore that it says Kentucky and be sure to know you can put in ANY STATE U.S.A.”

Wednesday’s taking of 10 children away from their family by the government, was however, indeed Kentucky.  And, for those looking for the blonde hair, blue-eyed version when placing orders for children to adopt, it seems the Naugler family was a good haul by CPS!  This is a scathing, MUST WATCH news clip from Kentucky that is very much as true today as it was years earlier when it was aired:

Don’t for a moment think this isn’t real, and OUR children aren’t being taken by the government, and adopted out from their biological families – – – forever!butners

The Miracle Team had just posted on the Ohio family, that in March of 2012 had CPS enter their lives, and had ALL 5 OF THEIR children taken by CPS the following month.  Despite complying with everything they were told to do by CPS to get their kids back, the parents had their final visit with their children on June 27, 2013, and ALL THEIR CHILDREN were adopted out to other families!  MedicalKidnap.com reports the below in a story that only broke a few days ago:  Ohio CPS Takes Destroys Family of 5 – No Charges Filed Against Parents

The Butners state that the court said there were no abuse findings, and no medical neglect. Kathy was originally accused of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, but she was later cleared of that allegation.

So, what grounds did CPS have to take all 5 children out of their home and never give them back? Chris and Kathy still ask themselves that question daily as they cry for their loss. In fact, the Butners later learned that allegedly the first foster home wanted to adopt their 3 youngest children from the very beginning, a goal which they have accomplished. That leads Kathy and Chris to ask the question that many parents would in their shoes: was it set up?

Even though they lost their rights to their children in June of 2013, they still have not received their court transcripts. They were told by their second social worker if they would turn their rights over to their children, they would get the transcripts. After they refused, they were told that CPS could take them without their signature.  They continued to fight, and as their funds got small, so did the hope in their hearts that their children would ever come home.

HOW can this be happening in America??? It is happening right in your backyards, as you read this, and you don’t even know that this is going on UNTIL IT HAPPENS TO YOU.

Stanley kidsFinally, one can not hear of the 10 children in Kentucky being removed without being reminded of the Stanleys.  Arkansas Family’s Home Raided, 7 Children Taken …  They too were home schoolers, living off the land, and while apparently they were deemed safe enough for the 4 youngest children to be returned to their home, months later, the older children were not allowed back until months after that.  But the tyranny and government over-reach into the families lives, and literally into the privacy of their home continues every day:

“They have state ‘agents’ showing up at their house every day unannounced who stay for hours and ‘observe’ and seek to ‘counsel,’” outlines the “Bring the Stanley Kids Home” Facebook page, managed by a friend simply identified as Kristy.

Hal Stanley also notes that during a hearing last month, it was ruled that the three eldest children must remain in public school, and that a psychologist must visit the home 20 hours a week for the next 6-12 weeks “to promote harmony in the family.”

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