Russian has his children stolen by social services in Sweden and given to Muslim family,flees, given sanctuary by Poland

in #familyprotection5 years ago (edited)

And then the Swedish government tries to take the kids again! I know there are many cases where people abuse their kids in horrific ways and think social services has an important job to do in trying to prevent that. But cases like this are absurd and evil. I can see how people in places like this would rather have no social services than ones that kidnap innocent people's children like the kids in this case.

draw your own conclusions from this map of terror attacks from PBS

The Swedish social services' decision to place three Christian girls in a Muslim Lebanese family has resulted in an international scandal, involving Poland.

After the Swedish social services attempted to place Denis Lisov's three children in a Muslim foster family, the Russian father took his daughters and fled Sweden, unleashing a thriller-like sequence of events.

Denis Lisov came to Sweden seven years ago. In 2017, his wife fell ill, whereupon social services decided to take away his children on the grounds that he had no full employment and was therefore unable to take care of them. Instead, they were placed in a Muslim Lebanese family. Lisov's family formally retained the custody of the children, but only had the right to see them six hours a week, the Swedish news outlet Samhällsnytt reported.

According to Babken Khanzadyan, who represents the Lisovs, they weren't given any opportunity to defend their rights, and the girls didn't want to stay there.

After his daughters had spent over a year in the Muslim family, about 300 kilometres from their real father, Denis had had enough. He took his daughters and decided to return to Russia. However, he was stopped at Warsaw airport, as the Swedish authorities reported his daughters missing. Therefore, he has applied for asylum in Poland instead.

A Polish court ruled that the Swedish social service had violated an EU convention that forbids the placement of children in foreign cultural environments. The court also noted that Lisov's paternity rights had not been revoked, which is why the children could stay with their father.

"The children have a very strong bond with the father, and when I talked to them they told me that they want to stay with their father and love him and do not want to be separated from him" judge Janeta Seliga-Kaczmarek said, as quoted by Samhällsnytt.

According to Lisov, the youngest girls didn't understand anything, but the eldest one had problems adapting to the harsh environment of the Muslim family.

Their lawyer Bartosz Lewandowski tweeted that the family was happy and rested after the first night spent on their own.

Trwa spotkanie @OrdoIuris, Rzecznika Praw Dziecka Mikołaja Pawlaka i mec. Babkena Khanzadyan z Denisem Lisovem i jego córeczkami. Za chwilę przystąpią do podpisywania wniosku o azyl w Polsce. Rodzina jest szczęśliwa i wypoczęta po pierwszej nocy spędzonej w spokoju.
— Bartosz Lewandowski (@BartoszLewand20) 4 апреля 2019 г.

According to Lewandowski, the Muslim foster father also appeared in court. There, he admitted that his visit to Poland had been paid for by the Swedish social services, Samhällsnytt reported.

Lewandowski also tweeted that a representative of the Swedish social services arrived to pick up the three girls, but was stopped by the police. He told them something in Swedish, which nobody understood.

"3 Russian girls were to be illegally taken away from their father by Swedish officials on Polish soil", lawyer Jerzy Kwaśniewski tweted.

3 rosyjskie dziewczynki miały być bezprawnie odebrane ojcu przez szwedzkich urzędników na polskiej ziemi.

Naruszeniu prawa międzynarodowego sprzeciwiło się @OrdoIuris

Błyskawiczna reakcja mec. @BartoszLewand20, wsparcie rządu oraz RPD doprowadziły do skierowania sprawy do sądu!
— Jerzy Kwaśniewski (@jerzKwasniewski) 3 апреля 2019 г.

"Poland is a beautiful country. It is blossoming in my eyes, because here can finally be with Dad", Sofia Lisova, Denis's eldest daughter said after the court's verdict, as quoted by Artur Stelmasiak, the editor of the Catholic weekly Niedziela.

Polska jest pięknym krajem. Polaka rozkwita w moich oczach, bo dzięki niej wreszcie możemy być z tatą- powiedziała tuż po wyroku sądu Sofia Lisova, najstarsza córka Denisa Lisova.

Gratulacje dla wszystkich zaangażowanych w sprawę i także dla pani sędzi Żanety Seliga-Kaczmarek.
— Artur Stelmasiak (@ArturStelmasiak) 3 апреля 2019 г.

The court's actions were also praised by Poland's authorities.

"The court has decided that the children stay with their father. Well done the police and the border police", Polish Interior Minister Joachim Brudziński tweeted.

In Sweden, the social services have the possibility of immediately taking children and young people up to the age of 19 by force owing to legislation in place to intervene in order to protect children or youths in an emergency situation. Why exactly the social services decided to take away Lisov's daughters remains unknown.

From the outside looking in it really seems like Poland is the last bastion of liberty left in Europe, I take "Sputnik News" with a grain of salt but if this story is true it is almost unbelievable. I didn't realize things in places like Sweden had gotten so bad. Is this common in Europe?

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Blessings to Poland & the Polish people for protecting liberty & providing sanctuary. And kudos to that brave & fierce father.

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Yup, my first thought when I read this was "God bless Poland!"

A country that has known incredible suffering somehow has a deeper capacity for generosity.

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awesome, thank you!

A country that has known incredible suffering somehow has a deeper capacity for generosity.

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It's like the sign on the airplane, "first put on your own mask before attempting to help others"

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I didn't read it all, my only dream is that when Denis crosses the border of the Motherland, all the fekless drones that would attempt to pursue him would be killed there, and let to rot to feed the birds.

There is 2 strategies to play the CPS like, infiltration (become their friends, play to conquer from the inside) and outright mass killing (wipe their families, children, parents, offices, using if possible total superior force back by nuclear annihilation).

there is no more middle path... unless stealth is still in fashion... but it's the hardest part...

violence, or shadow merging them.

You should read the rest, what they did was even better, the Swedish showed up and tried to get the kid back and the Polish were just like "Shut up, we don't understand what you are saying, nobody speaks your language, go home" It was great.

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