Pier to Prom Teenage Role Model – Winning Against Discrimination

Pier to Prom – Mixed-Race Child to Teenage Role Model…

This mixed-race family’s greatest achievement – After a 5-year battle, the winning blow came within just 2 months from a pier on the River Thames considering to kill themselves to a Prom on the River Thames displaying their strength and happiness.

Our vast network fighting Institutional Racism in Bexley Council has helped with strategy and leverage. Slowly but surely some of the perpetrators have raised their hands to admit their guilt and expose their colleagues.

In March 2019 this mixed-race child’s school admitted their wrongdoings and apologised that they blindly followed Bexley Council. Dad met with Haberdashers’ Aske’s Crayford Academy Principal Richard Farrow and Vice-Principal Sian Evans. They unwittingly strengthened Mum and Dad’s case against them more by revealing that they were the formal lead instigators in taking their child away. What can only be described as a sign of desperation after this child was absent from school for the previous several months, the school then rushed over to the English family’s home to threaten all the adults each with a fine if they did not force Mum and Dad’s child to go to school. Instead of simply verifying the school’s illegitimate threat, the English family forced this child to go to school. Mum and Dad knew that forcing their child under extreme duress was going to end in disaster if they did not act.

Just 20 days into the mixed-race child being forced into school they visited Mum and Dad at their home and gave them a form for an autism test. This was in an envelope from Oxleas NHS addressed to the head adult of the English family, with instructions for one form to be returned to Oxleas NHS and one to be given to their school. Knowing of their child’s hugely increasing anxiety they chose not to enquire further, but the following day this child considered committing suicide by jumping off a pier into the River Thames.

Bexley Council’s Abuse of Power – (Endorsed by David Evennett MP)

This mixed-race family’s second breakthrough – Mum and Dad sought crucial advice from a Metropolitan Police Station. The family’s MP, David Evennett sent the school Mum and Dad’s legal evidence in the form of this independent review of their case. Using several law firms specialising in child mental health, human rights and equalities, this information demonstrates the damage these organisations were inflicting onto this mixed-race family to avoid their accountability. This prevented any further conspiracy against this family and the school was instructed that the child would now only go to their school if they felt up to it, and not because they were under any obligation. Principal Farrow began treating the child apologetically just as did the Principal of Bexleyheath Academy school back in 2014, and this had an immediate and profound positive effect on this mixed-race child.

 

It is now public record how this MP’s 1 sole action has endorsed and proven Mum and Dad’s legal action against Bexley Council, proving how this council is using minorities to improve the lives of their English constituents and to reduce their workload.

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This mixed-race child’s strength shines through – From being constantly confused to believe they have bad parents, and autism, to realising the truth. This immediately regained a lot of this child’s happiness and confidence. They conquered their biggest fear by going to school. Showing the huge talent that runs through this mixed-race family, even in such an extremely short amount of time they took, and passed, their GCSE exams. They happily moved back home to live with their own family, began planning for their future, and then celebrated all of this by going to their school prom. Obviously, no family stayed away from watching their children celebrate this proud event.

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Bexley Council Helps English Family by Destroying Mixed-Race Family

Bexley Council has given life-changing help to the English family, by destroying the lives of the mixed-race family and making the mixed-race child live in a home that Bexley Council has formally proven unsafe for them.

In May 2018, the head adult of the English family said to Mum and Dad, “From birth up to meeting your mixed-race child, our child had problems spending every day of their life unhappy and depressed. Your child makes all of our lives so much more bearable and its the only way we can all be happy.” Now 2020, the English child has been completely transformed into a happy and confident teenager with no more problems. There is absolutely no dispute from Bexley Council that this is thanks to the mixed-race child, but, instead of depending on support from Bexley Council, the English family is now dependent on this mixed-race child living in their home. Some examples of how dependant this English family became on the mixed-race child living with them:

  • The mixed-race child’s friend outside of school said to Mum and Dad, “Your child told me that they know the English family is detrimental to their health.” And, “They are always controlled to do what they don’t want to do. They keep being asked the same thing over and over until they agree to do it.” And, “I got so bored watching this, so this is why I came round and told you.”
  • The mixed-race child’s teachers said to Mum and Dad, “Your child has another very close friend and they’re always looking out for each other.” The following day Mum and Dad asked their mixed-race child to reaffirm this, but the English child spoke for them saying, “No, they are not friends anymore.”
  • On one occasion the English family allowed the mixed-race child to meet with Mum on their own without the English family’s supervision. They later revealed themselves following close by and texting the mixed-race child that they were waiting around the corner.

Good Friendships – Obviously, no normal friendship would ever get involved in your family’s affairs. They would never prevent your parents, your siblings and other friends from getting close to you. They would never have so much control over what you do and who you talk to, and they certainly would not encourage you to have autism for claiming benefits. The English family very clearly do not want to go back to how unbearable their lives were before they met the mixed-race child.

Mixed-race child attempts living back home – After the celebration of the school prom, the mixed-race child became so happy and confident that they attempted to live back at their own home away from the English child. The English child kept knocking at the home of the mixed-race child who kept pretending to be asleep. Dad said to the English child, “Our child has come home because their feelings aren’t important for anyone else. Your school and your family proved this by throwing our child under the bus.” The English child replied, “Yes, but now school has ended we cannot do this anymore.” The mixed-race child later invited the English child to live together again albeit at the mixed-race child’s home. But strangely, even though living together again, the English child began behaving as they did before they met the mixed-race child; unhappy and depressed. They also kept crying and begging over and over for the mixed-race child to go back to the English family’s home.

Mum and Dad attempt getting their family back together – It appears now that this mixed-race child living a normal happy life with their own family is currently completely incompatible with this English child living a normal happy life with their family. Bexley Council has created a very real inhumane disaster for both families. The youngest mixed-race child said to Mum and Dad “I really like the English child but they hated my mixed-race sibling living back home after the Prom. I wish for my mixed-race sibling and the English child to be happy and confident but both living in their own homes”. Mum and Dad are now offering the English child anything they want as an attempt to make this wish come true.

Publishing Notes:

Clearly, Institutional Racism has finally picked on the wrong minority-race family. Currently anonymous to protect the children, you can follow this family who is becoming known as the family who beat England’s racially discriminating establishment. Mum and Dad have given an exclusive interview to journalist Philip Ingram MBE. Philip is also managing all requests for Mum and Dad’s interviews and TV appearances, and we are expecting many more minority families to come forward and share their experiences. 

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