Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Sickened And Disgusted, But Sadly Not Surprised


It emerges that there's another badly injured abused child in Haringay with reportedly similar circumstances to Peter Connolly ( I refuse to call him Baby P, it's a fucking nonsense, the information is out of the bag and no amount of legal mumbo-jumbo can reverse that reality!). It has been said that Haringay have been "slow" to start an inquiry. Well, there's a fucking surprise!!

Meanwhile the Shoesmith creature and her guilty minions are in hiding and STILL BEING PAID.

I started this blog because I needed an outlet for my rage and fury about the Peter Connolly atrocity, it was something I just could not discuss with my partner or our One Precious Chick, they would have been too distressed. Sadly it seems I'll need this blog for a long time yet.

The thing is, if these child protection departments and charities like the NSPCC actually DID THEIR FUCKING JOBS PROPERLY, they'd be out of work. So they have a vested interest in there ALWAYS being abused children, in order to justify their positions.

I'm so angry I can barely swear, the utter cunts.

The Penguin

3 comments:

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Good point about the 'charities'. They're not charities, they're quangos which rake in millions upon millions a year from donations and the tax payer. The bastards.

Old Holborn said...

I can't use this but maybe you can

"Police are investigating death threats sent to Sharon Shoesmith's home that warned the former director of children's services at Haringey that one of her two daughters would be killed. The threats have been accompanied by hate mail and abusive emails suggesting she should kill herself. Shoesmith's mother, 88, and former mother-in-law, 80, have also been pursued by reporters asking what they think about her being responsible for the death of a baby."

Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/dec/02/child-protection-sharon-shoesmith

Sharon Shoesmiths kids under protection. The irony

David said...

I see the NSPCC have upped their TV advertising campaign to cash in on Peter Connolly.

I'm sending some email to try to get some recent case studies and statistics on how many cases they have intervened in in the last 2 years.

If they don't satisfy me it will be going to the Charities Commission to check their accounts.