Similar to vampires, CPS workers require permission to enter your home. Give them this permission at your own peril as you may suffer a loss so devastating that you may not recover.
Innocent folks who know little about the system may hold a belief that Child Protective Services exist to protect children. Far too many times this is the furthest from the truth.
There may, in fact, be cases when a child would do well to escape an abusive environment. However, with CPS, there is no way to verify the wellbeing of a child after they have kidnapped him or her from either their parents or from the custody of a lawful guardian.
That said, anyone who would call the government in hopes they can help to better the lives of a neighbors child runs the risk that their actions could be in part responsible for putting that child into a home run by abusive foster parents, pedophiles, or white slavers.
In the video at the top of this article, we see an example of two cops who escorted a CPS worker to the home of a man who is far more intelligent than the CPS worker. I can only assume that this man is as confident as he is because he has no outstanding contracts with Child Protective Services.
The reason it is important not to contract with CPS is because what they will do, is give you the benefit of their services, of which there are none, and in exchange you will be obliged to let them in every time they want to come into your home to find an excuse to steal your child.
As you can see early on by the way the cops chimed in, they seemed all too willing to force their way into that man’s home had the CPS worker instructed them to do so.
At first, the two cops eyeballed that man something fierce. They did this to size him up and see who it was they were dealing with. They failed in their initial assessment which is demonstrated by the series of questions that the man posed to the CPS worker.
By the end of the encounter, I am confident that if the CPS worker instructed those officers to steal that man's child, they would have most likely not complied.
That’s the cool part about asking the right questions. Sometimes a lot of teaching can be conveyed naturally through the use of simple, short, and pointed inquiries.
The information in this post should not be construed as legal advice.