GOVERNMENT PLAN ASSIGNS NANNY TO EVERY CHILD
‘They are undermining parents and parental rights’
A new proposal that government officials in Scotland intend to use to address the nation’s child-abuse cases would assign a federally designated nanny to every child in the country – and give them authority even to override parental decisions.
And there is almost no organization in opposition to the strategy.
While the number of child-abuse cases in Scotland has remained about the same over the last five years, the situations that do develop have gotten increasing attention in the media.
So the result is a plan for the government to step in and take over the guardianship of every child in Scotland under the new bill that was praised by the Aileen Campbell, the nation’s minister for Children and Young People.
“This government’s vision for children and young people is clear: We want Scotland to be the best place in the world for them to grow up,” she said.
The proposal outlines that a social worker will look after and monitor the child to be certain the child’s rights are not being violated based upon the standards of the United Nations Conference on the Rights of the Child.
“A local authority is to make arrangements for the provision of a named person service in relation to each child residing in its area … ” the new proposal explains.
These social workers will have significant license to step into the life of the child, and will also hold a reporting role to the government, much like a mandatory reporter who is assigned specifically to one child for that child’s life. The government monitor’s rights to that child supersede those of the parents, because there is no enumeration stating otherwise. The monitor can confiscate the child from the family. The family has no right to remove the child from the government monitor’s guardianship, under the law.