Family ripped apart in Norway – but so what?

From BBC:

The case of a young couple in Norway whose five children were taken away by the state has fuelled mounting concern within the country and abroad over its child protection practices. Protesters around the world – and leading Norwegian professionals – say social workers are often too quick to separate children from their families, with too little justification, particularly when parents are immigrants. More.

Reality check: Increasingly, government owns children and can dictate how they will be raised. After all, they are becoming a scarce commodity in the West, and in collapsing working-class communities, the government pays to raise them.

It’s not really about child welfare in the traditional sense.

When child euthanasia comes on stream, will government make the decision?

These are the wages of progressivism. They are like the wages of death, but take longer, are more painful and humiliating, and there is no hope or honour in them.

See also: Euthanasia of people who can’t consent now discussed?