At 9 a.m., a meeting of Robert Rewiński, the editor-in-chief of Patriot24.net, and the Head of the Crisis Management Department in Warsaw began. It was attended also by specialists from the Metropolitan Police Headquarters in Warsaw, who are responsible for the security of organization of the NATO summit on 8 – 9 July 2016.
Together they agreed on the route of safe and effective march of people from all over the world, who will arrive in Warsaw on that day, requesting the release of children from the Norwegian system of captivity.
«It is time to put an end to the ordeal of children and parents in Norway. Jens Stoltenberg, a Norwegian, is the head of the NATO alliance. Hatred to the world flares up and grows in children removed from their families by Barnevernet, the Norwegian Child Welfare Service. This problem must be resolved immediately, because peace can be born only in a happy family. What an unhappy child is capable of was demonstrated by Adolf Hitler in his adult life,» Robert Rewiński explains.
«We respect your ideas and we will secure the march so that you could pass safely through the city on this very difficult day and so that you could convey your ideas to journalists from around the world in the Piłsudski Square near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,» the Head of the Crisis Management Department and police officers from Warsaw assured the organizers.
The route of the march is as follows: Chopina-Calinescu-Piękna-Koszykowa-Lindleya-Żelazna-Elektoralna-Mirowski Square-Ptasia-Square Behind the Iron Gate-Marszałkowska-Saxon Garden-Fredry-Piłsudski Square (near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier)
The manifestation will start on 8 July at 2 p.m. in Chopina street, outside the Embassy of Norway. It will finish at 9 p.m., because at that time ceremonial dinners will be held for participants of the NATO summit in the Presidential Palace and the Royal Castle, and wreaths will be laid at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Here, all the details, including photos of oppressed children, will be made public. We will also show the photos of children who try to commit suicide in Norway out of despair.
Demonstrators from Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany said they would come to Poland. American mother, Amy Jacobsen, who is the symbol of the hopelessness of the fight against the Norwegian oppression, is coming to Warsaw specifically to take part in the demonstration. In the summer of 2013, after his return from the USA, the Norwegian authorities took her son Tylor away, placed him in a lesbian family and changed his identity. Forever.
Amy asked the American embassy for help. She called and wrote to the White House, but she has not received any help.
«Perhaps her voice will be heard here, in Poland, by US President Barack Obama and his Norwegian friend – Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General. Polish President Andrzej Duda should help them discuss and agree on the matter of the release of children and their return to their parents. They should let the families go to their home countries, because Norway keeps captive children of immigrants mainly, especially those from the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance,» explains Krzysztof Rutkowski, who creates the so-called «Rutkowski’s List», which is similar to the Schindler’s List. It is a list of children who need to be found in Norway, released and returned to their parents.
«I called the participants of the meeting of the «March for the Freedom of the Defenceless» organization and I arranged for the presence of our people and our cars during the march in Warsaw,» Rutkowski adds.
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We will start outside the embassy of Norway. We will move to the US embassy and then we will continue to the Piłsudski Square, near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We will demand the release of thousands of children who are kept captive in Norway!