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REPOST: Somali Children Stolen By Government Because of Parents’ Broken English

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This is some boolshyt… WTF? Any excuse to take kids and fuck up
families…

The government believes that children are property of government and simply a commodity, with quotas on the amount of children taken.
Guled Farah and Farhia Gelle learned the hard way when they moved from Somalia to Winnipeg. They were told by CFS that they weren’t fit parents due to “broken english” and two of their children were taken from them when one had an accident and went to the hospital. When Mrs. Gelle was pregnant with another child in 2010, CFS told her that if the baby was born in Canada and not Somalia, she too would be taken away by CFS. However, as the laws of CFS work in Manitoba. If they were to go back to Somalia simply to have a baby and resist the baby being taken away, CFS would claim abandonment of…

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REPOST: Have Children. It’s Your Revolutionary Duty – Malema

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Woman wants to divorce because husband is too nice

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously, what the fuck is going on with American women?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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Mother’s Day Poem: Five guidelines for Parenthood

  1. BEFORE – Do you really want kids?

If no or not sure, don’t have ‘em.

If yes…

  1. BEFORE – Why do you want them?

If you don’t know, don’t have ‘em.

If you know…

  1. BEFORE – Can you look after them?

Give them food, water, shelter and clothes?

Self-esteem,

Education – by example and by school,

Space to know themselves,

And love even when they don’t follow you?

If no or not sure, don’t have them.

If yes…

  1. DURING – Teach daughters to defend themselves,

Teach sons to trust their emotions,

And vice versa.

Make sure they understand

That they have the power to do anything they want,

They are allowed to fail and try again,

And (most of all) they are valued and valuable.

  1. AFTER – If they still want you in their lives or their kids’ lives, you did a good job.

 

 

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