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martedì 2 aprile 2013

Affidamenti di minori e culture alloctone

Affidamenti di minori e culture alloctone: il caso del piccolo Yunus (+ nota finale avvelenata)


Yunus, minorenne di origini turche, è stato affidato ad una coppia lesbica olandese, dopo aver subito percosse nella famiglia d'origine. La madre del bambino, scavalcando le autorità del Paese europeo, ha deciso di appellarsi alle autorità del proprio Paese d'origine, appunto la Turchia, tanto che è intervenuto il Presidente Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pretendendo che il caso venga discusso tra i due Paesi, allo scopo di ridare il bambino alla famiglia di origine.

Il primo ministro olandese Mark Rutte ha affermato che l'affido fatto era ottimale, data la situazione locale e dato che (badate bene) in Olanda le famiglie affidatarie maomettane non sono abbastanza (perciò ci si deve accontentare di ciò che c'è, cristiani od omosessuali)...

Qual è il punto quindi? La scarsezza di famiglie seguaci del Corano? E' questa la società multiculturale? Ora, intendiamoci, una coppia omosessuale non è minimamente una soluzione ideale in simili casi. Non lo pensiamo e non intendiamo, infatti, dirlo. La famiglia, come luogo di crescita per un bambino, lo è se esistono i due poli uomo/donna. Ma, il punto ora non è quello, quanto semmai quel che lascia filtrare l'affermazione di Rutte, ossia che l'affido potrebbe (dovrebbe?) seguire linee di demarcazione etno-culturale. Prospettiva interessante nella cosiddetta società multietnica...

NOTA FINALE (molto a latere e dedicata a... chi difende l'indifendibile esistente): oggi, la corte d'appello di Leeuwarden ha ribaltato una decisione precedente, in cui si vietava ad un gruppo lobbistico pedofilo di continuare le proprie attività. La corte ha motivato il proprio via libera, a detto gruppo, affermando che la società civile è sufficientemente capace di riconoscerne gli aspetti negativi.

L'Olanda, per altro verso, è una delle nazioni europee che proibiscono, pena il carcere, il revisionismo storico, considerato come "crimine d'odio".

Ora, unite i puntini.

  • 'Turkey to take Yunus case to court': Dutch media quote Turkish paper (DutchNews, 28 marzo 2013):
A Turkish newspaper is reporting that the Turkish government is to take the case of a nine-year-old Turkish-Dutch boy to the European Court of Human Rights in an effort to have him returned to his family. The boy, known as Yunus, has been looked after by a lesbian couple since he was a baby after social workers said he was at risk with his biological mother. Dutch media quote Turkish paper Sabah as saying that prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to take the case to the court.  The boy’s mother asked Erdogan to intervene. Her other two sons live with her, but the Dutch courts have ruled Yunus should stay in foster care.

Divisions

The issue caused a public division between Erdogan and Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte during a state visit last week.
ANP said Turkey asked for the issue to be discussed at ministerial level, but Rutte has turned down the request. ‘I did not agree this should be discussed by ministers,’ Rutte told reporters.
‘We consider the best possible care for the child to be paramount… and as long as there are not enough Islamic foster parents, we will do what is in the child’s best interests,’ the prime minister said.
The case has led to some disquiet in Turkey about the fostering of Turkish children by gay couples and Christians.

  • Appeal court reverses ban on pro-paedophile lobby group (DutchNews, 2 aprile 2013):
A Dutch foundation which campaigns for legalised sex between children and adults cannot be banned because it’s existence does not threaten to cause social disruption, the appeal court in Leeuwarden ruled on Tuesday.
Last year, a civil court in Assen banned the paedophile lobby group Stichting Martijn with immediate effect, saying what the foundation does and says about the sexual contact between adults and children contravenes the accepted norms and values in Dutch society.
The appeal court said that texts and photos on the foundation’s website does not break the law, the appeal court said. And while some members have been found guilty of sex crimes, this cannot be connected to their work for the foundation, the panel of judges said.

Dangers

The foundation’s work is a ‘serious contravention’ of certain principles in the Dutch criminal system. The foundation also ‘plays down the dangers of sexual contact with young children’, the court said.
At the same time, society is resilient enough to withstand such ‘undesirable statements and abhorrent behaviour’, the court ruled.
The club was disbanded after last year’s lower court ruling. However, former chairman Martijn Uittenbogaard said the 60 former members would now meet to decide what to do next.

Appeal

The public prosecution department is studying the ruling in detail to see if there are sufficient grounds for an appeal. A spokeswoman said Tuesday’s verdict is ‘disappointing’.
Christian political parties said they are considering revising earlier draft legislation to have paedophile clubs like Martijn banned.
Martijn was founded in 1982. It hit the headlines in 2007 after publishing pictures of crown prince Willem-Alexander's children on its website. It was ordered to remove them on a court order. Founder and former chairman Ad van de Berg is the most recent of its members to be jailed for child pornography offences.

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