The Family Bridges workshops are used when one parent is claimed to have alienated the children against the other parent. However in many divorce cases it is not the parent who have the best interest in the children who wins custody in the courts. It is the parent with the most money.
In the case involving the Loudon sisters these critized workshops were used and the children had to endure time in court as they were criminals.
It cannot be fun to be forced to attend these workshops as a teenager when you really wants to be with a parent who loves you.
- They were taken from their mom to rebond with their dad. It didn’t go well. (The Washington Post)
- Loudon Sisters Jailed for Refusing to Live with Father (My Advocate Center)
Oxbow Academy is a so-called Porn School where teenage boys who have been caught by their parents can send their children if the watching of porn is so against the parents strict religious viewpoint that they feel that they cannot get their family life to work again.
The teenagers are restricted from normal Internet use and communication with peers are also restricted.
It cannot be fun to be there as a male teenager with normal physical needs.
Wild2learn was a residential school located near Glenlivet in Scotland. It was marketed as inspired by the controversial CEDU schools in the United States which closed down due to future lawsuits.
It wasn’t in operation for long before the local authorities ordered it to close.
It could not have been fun to be there as a teenager.
This is a special post. This is post number 500.
When our group was approached years ago asking us to make this blog, we didn’t believe that it would have brought so much good. As I write this yet another place has been raided by the authorities saving children. It is far from the first one.
Not every raid ends with a conviction. The laws covering such places in various countries are very relaxed. Often what is criminals for parents to do in their own home is legal when it is done in group homes or residential treatment facilities. Even when it is cut clear case involving criminals actions the convictions in the end are jokes.
In Denmark a male employee got 60 days in prison suspended when he had sex with a 15 year old girl who was isolated in a cabin on the island of Laesoe ordered by the social services in the girls hometown. When children die we see fines as punishment.
Our blog is using on a SEO code provided by another human rights organization in Denmark. Due to actions by the socials services in the Egedal area near Copenhagen the person behind the SEO code and system does not want to be running this blog. It is a question of money as so many things are in Denmark right now. He wanted us to put up a blog where places could be closed as result of our posts without tracing it back to the person who runs a large wiki database based in Denmark where a lot of criminal acts against children are recorded only to be handed over to the authorities if they want them.
That is unfortunately the case in a lot of countries around the world. They really want to close their eyes. They have skipped troubled teenagers away and they dont want to hear about the abuse the children suffer when they are in various residential treatment programs.
We have written about a lot of places. Our articles are not well received by everyone. Some actually believes that their torment helped them become a better person. Of course some of the owners of residential places we have made articles about, are angry at us. If you look at entry number 28, this is a good example. Years after our article was published the local authorities brought charges against the owner. For many other places on this blog it is only a question of time before the same destiny hits them.
Many accuse us of being judgmental. They accuse us on writing our articles based on Danish values. What can we say? They are right. However we do not believe that is wrong. We are proud of our background. We believe that we live in a superior society with superior values. If people do not like our view on life, they are free to read other blogs.
Our work is not finished. 500 posts more lacks before we can call it a day. When will we finished ? We don’t know. In fact we hope that we never will be finished because that means that children will live happily at home enjoying a life with partying and friends.
In a globalized world where there no longer is work for everyone and being elderly means that you only get our diapers changed once per day in the retirement homes as it is the fact in many retirement hoems in Denmark. So why work hard? You will get neglected in the end anyway.
We urge young people to enjoy life. If they get send away, we will hunt the people responsible and close the residential treatment options which causes so much torment and emotional pain.
It should be fun to be in the world as a teenager.
Caribe Vista was located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
In 1974 the authorities in Haiti closed them down forcing them to relocate to the Dominican Republic. What wasn’t known by the authorities at that time because they closed the boarding school down due to non-existing licenses to operate it was that the founder Rev. Gordon C. Blossom was involved with acts of pedophilia.
After they reopened in the Dominican Republic the boarding school was renamed Escuela Caribe.
In 2009 they lost their license in their home state Indiana. Today another organization continues to run Escuela Caribe under another name.
It could not have been fun to be there as a teenager.
- To Hell and Back: A NUVO Series (NUVO)
- Film exposes mysterious U.S. school in Central Mountains (Dominican Today)
- NEW HORIZONS YOUTH MINISTRIES EXPELLED FROM HAITI IN 1974 (Deirdre Sugiuchi)
This entry is not numbered because it is a rather strange case. The Kana Children’s home was founded in 1881. The children loved to live there. They especially loved Frederikke Vilhelmine Moeller who was the manager of the childrens home.
Then in 1893 a boy was found dead at the childrens home. It was a murder. The person who committed the murder was Miss Moeller. Then a strange thing happened. Miss Moeller was found to be a man or rather he/she had both male and female private parts. She had strangled the boy because she had a indecent relationship with the boy and believed that it would be better to finish him off to secure him a place in heaven rather than letting him grow up and become a man infected with poor morale as result of the relationship Miss/Mr. Moeller had started with the boy.
She was found guilty of the murder and sentenced to death. However the good treatment she had given to the other boys and a good relationship with the church which had headhunted her for the job secured her a lighter sentence and she was released after a decade in prison. She married a woman and died as Frederik Vilhelm Schmidt in 1936.
The children’s home closed in 1957 after having being relocated a number of times.
It is safe to say that it was a fine place for young teenage boys to live unless the teenager would happen to be Holger who was strangled to death.
Normally I write about boarding schools, wilderness programs and other places teenagers can be sent to. In this case I will write about a town I have been to recently. It was marketed as a place to binge drink so 12,000 Danish students were lured to the town with promise of cheap drinks, hot girls and a lot of party.
What we did experience was a town which didn’t like tourists. I guess that the massive invasion of Danish students caused some xenophobia among the citizens but the entire concept of the Czech Republic being for teenagers was a scam. It was as we had been detained at some worn down second rated boarding school like the Morava Academy the authorities in the Czech Republic closed due to suspicion of abuse.
It is a town with nothing to offer beside what we was promised and even that they could not manage to put together. Prague is not a place for teenagers.
This blog is about 1000 places you don’t want to be as a teenager. They are published in random order as torment, violence, evilness and torture are difficult to measure.