ER Editor: We have to ask, why this? why now? And we’re wondering if this is a toe-in-the-water for the French public regarding the pervasive problem of pedophilia and any major reveals that are planned(?) to come out across the board.
As far as we’re aware, France has this problem (and the allied problems of Satanic ritual abuse and adrenochrome production) in spades, just as much as any country. We’ve seen French ex-cops on video broadcasts talking to their colleagues about pedophilia here, saying ‘everyone knows it’s going on but nobody says anything’ type of comment. The usual echelons in society are said to be involved and probably blackmailed over it.
Here’s a thought: the French media is HELPING TO ALERT people … Like MSM everywhere, that didn’t happen over the craziness of the last three-point-something years with the death shots and the manufactured ‘virus’. Again, why? The Secretary of State for Children and former prosecutor, Charlotte Caubel, spearheading this campaign, is a new name to us.
To our knowledge, the film The Sound of Freedom, also considered a type of toe-in-the-water wake up film, hasn’t been widely received in France, probably due to covert censorship.
From the article below, it sounds as if this topic is also being put into public consciousness to make sure children are believed and that those who report these crimes get professional protection.
The article is machine-translated.
Incest: an advertising campaign to alert the general public
LAURIANE BERNARD for FRANCE SOIR
CHILD PROTECTION – Tuesday September 12, the government launched a communication campaign about sexual violence against children. The executive wants to raise awareness among the general public through the broadcast of a clip and reminds that people must dial 119 to report any violence against young people. Yes, but will we finally believe the children who dare to speak? And no longer worry the professionals who denounce?
Every year, 160,000 children suffer sexual violence in France, girls and boys, of all ages and from all social backgrounds.
“Every 3 minutes, 1 child is a victim of incest, rape, or sexual assault in France”
Charlotte Caubel, Secretary of State for Children, unveiled the clip on her Twitter account last Tuesday.
Translation: Every three minutes, a child is the victim of rape, incest or sexual assault. Around you, without knowing it, you know child victims, you know adult perpetrators. #BrisonsLeSilence – Let’s Break the Silence, share this campaign and call 119 if you have any doubts.
Toutes les trois minutes, un enfant est victime de viol, d’inceste ou d’agression sexuelle.⁰Autour de vous, sans le savoir, vous connaissez des enfants victimes, vous connaissez des adultes auteurs. #BrisonsLeSilence, partagez cette campagne et appelez le 119 au moindre doute. pic.twitter.com/DYljC8WhvT
— Charlotte Caubel (@CharlotteCaubel) September 12, 2023
“He told me, it’s our little secret, just the two of us,” the spot begins, and underlines that too many young victims remain silent after being attacked. To help them, the video recommends dialing 119 “if in doubt” . The 119 number is a service dedicated to the prevention and protection of children in danger. The line is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, the call is free and the number is not visible on telephone bills.
The short 30-second video, which aims to break the taboo on sexual assault on minors – and especially incest – ends with an alarming observation: “Every 3 minutes, 1 child is a victim of incest, rape, or of sexual assault in France.’ Will its distribution be sufficient to change mentalities regarding listening to children and the professionals who report these facts?
After raising awareness, we must believe the children
We have collected a number of testimonies at France-Soir which show to what extent the words of the child victim of sexual assault are not taken seriously. Under the pretext that a child could lie, the judicial institution chooses the worst: it rejects the sacrosanct principle of precaution for the benefit of the potential aggressor, and chooses not to shelter the child during the investigation.
This is the case of Hanna Dam Stokholm’s three children, whose custody the judge entrusted to their father despite being suspected of incest and violence. Or that of Sarah Kadi, who filed a complaint against her ex-partner, following their daughter’s revelations which concerned acts of incest, and which the courts did not believe for four years. Without forgetting the little daughter of Aline, aged 5, whom a judge recently placed with her father when a complaint for sexual assault was filed, but who proclaims her innocence. What’s the point of denouncing if you’re not heard?
On the application of the precautionary principle in cases of incest, the comments made by the Secretary of State for Children do not reassure. Charlotte Caubel confides to Le Parisien that the treatment of parents
“is a complex subject, because it must be balanced between the presumption of innocence and the safety of children. We are working on this, in particular to better collect the child’s words and also to withdraw parental authority at certain times during the investigation, if deemed necessary.’
Without forgetting that at present, health professionals are also involved in professional medical board when they denounce acts of incest and sexual assault on minors. Child psychiatrists Françoise Fericelli and Eugénie Izard, whom we met, paid the price. Let’s hope that this new awareness campaign helps to move the lines.
Featured image source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/covert-incest#definition
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