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why she was smirking quite so broadly.

 

It was of course for a total payout of  £Six Hundred & Seventy-Nine Thousands.

 

Smile for the camera, Peter.

 

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  1. Agit, you once asked me ‘Harri who are these righteous you go on about’ .. here is one, a perfect example.

    Ah! You mean all the cunning HR/Employment public purse dipping lawyers
    “I know my rights – screw yours!” union members and we know your rights and we’ll get your dosh!” union leaders.
    Who care more about the ideological theory of child care and protection than the real thing. Who once in post prefer attending meetings and seminars, and planning their hols rather than getting off their big arses and going out on the front line. Who consider terms and conditions of employment to be nore important than accompanying their social workers on the really concerning cases, talking to school staff and involving the Police asap??
    All those involved in ensuring that baby P ended up dead, and then wrung their hands with fake grief before counting out their publicly funded fees?

    You mean them?

  2. Sharon Shoosmith

    Another ‘common purpose’ graduate drone, when are we all going to wake up?

  3. I don’t know if I would call them self righteous interest drones, but rather shysters who pay lip service to the concept of care and humanity, but whose real concern boils down to looking after number one.

    Let’s face it, if this woman (and others like her)) had put even half the effort into trying to protect the most vulnerable that she has into protecting her own interests that child need not have died.

    What we have is a system in which an organisation is set up to meet the best interests of vulnerable adults and children, but it then becomes so weighed down by bureaucracy that it actually fails in its purpose.

    Compare that with this guy, one of my Christian heroes…

    “George Müller (German – born as : Johann Georg Ferdinand Müller) (27 September 1805 – 10 March 1898), a Christian evangelist and Director of the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England, cared for 10,024[1] orphans in his life.[2] He was well known for providing an education to the children under his care, to the point where he was accused of raising the poor above their natural station in life. He also established 117 schools which offered Christian education to over 120,000 children, many of them being orphans.

    The work of Müller and his wife with orphans began in 1836 with the preparation of their own rented home at 6 Wilson Street, Bristol for the accommodation of thirty girls. Soon after, three more houses in Wilson Street were furnished,not only for girls but also for boys and younger children, eventually increasing the capacity for children who could be cared for to 130.

    Through all this, Müller never made requests for financial support, nor did he go into debt, even though the five homes cost over £100,000 to build. Many times, he received unsolicited food donations only hours before they were needed to feed the children, further strengthening his faith in God. For example, on one well-documented occasion, they gave thanks for breakfast when all the children were sitting at the table, even though there was nothing to eat in the house. As they finished praying, the baker knocked on the door with sufficient fresh bread to feed everyone, and the milkman gave them plenty of fresh milk because his cart broke down in front of the orphanage.”

    Of course you couldn’t do it now, but spot the differences anyway.. 🙂
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Müller

  4. What we have is a system in which an organisation is set up to meet the best interests of vulnerable adults and children, but it then becomes so weighed down by bureaucracy that it actually fails in its purpose.

    In reality, what we now have, and we have this in just about every institution across Europe and beyond, is a system in which an organisation has been set up to meet and protect the best interests of that organisation and the best interests of the ‘graduates’ who pass successfuly through it’s doors, and although it may, and in most cases will fail in it’s fake purpose of helping vulnerable adults and children in the case of social services, those vulnerable adults and children come a poor second to it’s primary function and purpose which is to look after the organisation called ‘Common purpose’ and it’s graduates at all costs, we have all seen what happens to these people when gross failures occurr, they get as is the case here, lottery style payouts. And moved sideways and upwards.

  5. “George Müller (German – born as : Johann Georg Ferdinand Müller) (27 September 1805 – 10 March 1898), a Christian evangelist and Director of the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England, cared for 10,024[1] orphans in his life.[2] He was well known for providing an education to the children under his care, to the point where he was accused of raising the poor above their natural station in life. He also established 117 schools which offered Christian education to over 120,000 children, many of them being orphans.

    Compared to who runs things nowadays, (The Archbishops) are also Common purpose graduates, why do think they are so political?

    As are just about all the modern day fake charities, Oxfam, etc etc:

  6. Compared to who runs things nowadays, (The Archbishops) are also Common purpose graduates, why do think they are so political?

    That’s easy Harri.
    although you won’t like the answer… 🙂

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