If the content is still the same words lost their meaning.

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© Mark Schneiders
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This is me and my very beloved son who is holding hostage in germany.

Where the youthwelfare(Jugendamt ,Fachbereich Kinder Jugend und familie Braunschweig) has the policy to expel foreign fathers and mothers out of the family life.

The new arguments for accepting violation of humanrights and childrights and violating international agrements by the german and dutch central authorities has just arrived juli 2010.

And been told quote :"the economic bounds and the economic bases of the export is more important then the rights of you your family and your son.

Our/Your minister of justice won't take any actions.

We don't interfere in "the practise of our juridicial system.

This is happening right now in the year 2010/2011 since it was grounded in the late 30's of the last century.

Germany is creating a policestate which could be mirrored to former east germany.

New photo's are comming up.

where very young children age 3/4 being educated by the police.\

And even used as little spies/observers.

A former minister during the '70 '80 is warning the ppl that germany is more and more becomming a policestate wich is stronger and more powerfull then former east germany.

29 responses

  • René Damen

    René Damen   gave props (16 Sep 2009):

    greate poetic title, B/W works great and very nive combination.

  • René Damen

    René Damen   said (17 Sep 2009):

    ps. thanx for your spotlight ;-)

  • Dawn Duffield

    Dawn Duffield (Deleted) gave props (17 Sep 2009):

    Excellent in every way imaginable!

  • Carlo Pagan

    Carlo Pagan gave props (20 Sep 2009):

    Beautiful combination of photographed photographers.

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (21 Sep 2009):

    tnx Carlo

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (26 Sep 2009):

    Thank you alicia , hope you enjoy it

  • Peter Tromp

    Peter Tromp said (27 Sep 2009):

    Just being there and watching closely: A trail of love from the past into the future.

  • Sara Holt

    Sara Holt (Deleted) said (30 Sep 2009):

    very good work!!!

  • Nancy Konipol

    Nancy Konipol gave props (1 Oct 2009):

    Gorgeous b&W

  • Latrenia Bryant

    Latrenia Bryant gave props (2 Oct 2009):

    Awesome!!!

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (17 Oct 2009):

    tnx everybody

  • Zirka Cernat

    Zirka Cernat gave props (20 Nov 2009):

    This is so lyrical, cozy. I feel as if I were looking at photos of my own family

  • rizky nurfa'ni

    rizky nurfa'ni gave props (14 Feb 2010):

    great portrait!

  • Yves Harnois

    Yves Harnois gave props (17 Apr 2010):

    very artistic image I like the concept

  • jan-louise haller

    jan-louise haller gave props (20 May 2010):

    The photos are amazing and the story is very interesting...THank you !

  • Jason Lounds

    Jason Lounds said (12 Nov 2010):

    Wow. So sorry for the inspiration of this photo or the story you have attributed to it. As a narrative the photos speak in harmony. A boy and his father. A father who loves his son and seeks to capture and preserve his every memory in photos, and a son, innocent and protected, as much as possible, photographing his father, who he will strive to become with every step and snap of the shutter.

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (12 Nov 2010):

    Thank you for you'r comment jason it's a kind of hope.

  • Lisa Toboz Schreckengost

    Lisa Toboz Schreckengost gave props (15 Nov 2010):

    just beautiful

  • Carlo Pagan

    Carlo Pagan gave props (9 Feb 2011):

    I come back to vote!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (10 Feb 2011):

    Oh YEAH! Rad!

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (10 Feb 2011):

    A great entry for the theme and interesting narrative...You have my vote!

  • Kevin Kott

    Kevin Kott gave props (10 Feb 2011):

    My vote!!!

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (11 Feb 2011):

    The story is so touchy, incredible sad, and all I hope you have erased some bad memories. I am chilled by your story, and triggered some forgotten parts of my life.

    Voted!

  • Christopher J Chalk

    Christopher J Chalk gave props (29 Mar 2011):

    Thanks for sharing these inspiring images & your narrative, voted!

  • Nicolette de Joncaire

    Nicolette de Joncaire gave props (22 Apr 2011):

    Happy to see this one again. And to vote for it

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (22 Apr 2011):

    Thank you both Christopher and nicolette

  • Michael Lehrman

    Michael Lehrman said (24 Apr 2011):

    Excellent, excellent. Your situation is heartbreaking. As a father I cannot imagine this kind of agony.

  • Lêda Nardelli

    Lêda Nardelli gave props (13 Jun 2011):

    great job!

  • peter bodigor

    peter bodigor gave props (16 Jul 2013):

    Wonderful photo...Sad narative!

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