New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services removes Adolf Hitler Campbell, sisters from parents’ home
Authorities removed Adolf Hilter Campbell and his sisters from their parents’ Hunterdon County home, Holland Township police chief David Van Gilson said Tuesday.
New Jersey’s Division of Youth and Family Services took the 3-year-old as well as JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, who turns 1 in April, the chief said.
Van Gilson said he didn’t know why the children were taken or who had custody. He said his department received no reports of abuse or negligence.
The children’s father, Heath Campbell, reached Tuesday evening at a relative’s home, first declined comment and later said the children were not removed.
The Division of Youth and Family Services would not confirm or deny the report.
A spokeswoman said the division doesn’t comment on specific families.
The chief said the children were removed last week. He said a township officer was present.
“Whatever children were at the home were taken,” the chief said.
A hearing is scheduled for Thursday before Superior Court Judge Peter A. Buschbaum at the Hunterdon County Justice Center, the chief said. He said a hearing on Tuesday was postponed when Campbell indicated he wanted a private attorney.
The hearing is to decide whether the state can temporarily place the children in another home, the chief said. He said township police Sgt. John Harris is scheduled to testify.
The Campbell family gained worldwide attention after a Dec. 14 story in The Express-Times about the children’s names and a Warren County supermarket’s refusal to write Adolf Hitler on a birthday cake.
Heath Campbell, who’s previously said he picked the names to honor German ancestry and because they are unique, has reported receiving threats after the story was published.
Another Campbell family in Holland Township received a death threat intended for Heath Campbell, township police have said. That case remains under investigation.
All kinds of fucked up here. Supermarket refused to write “Adolf Hitler” on birthday cake. So what? Exercising their property rights. Some bigoted parents name their kids after Aryan national socialist related people and ideas. Oh well. Not my business. Threating harm against the bigots by bigot bigots. Not cool. Taking of their children for no apparent reason. Very not cool.
At most the parents should be ostracized. The children should be left alone. The government should definitely should not be taking them but should be investigating the threats.
At least when the Mormons are discriminated against there are charges of child abuse. Even if they turn out to be faked there was at least the possibility of someone being harmed.
November 12, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“SPECIAL” NEW YORK TIMES BLANKETS CITIES WITH MESSAGE OF HOPE AND CHANGE
Thousands of volunteers behind elaborate operation
- PDF: http://www.nytimes-se.com/pdf
- Ongoing video releases: http://www.nytimes-se.com/video
- The New York Times responds: http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/11/12/pranksters-spoof-the-times/
Hundreds of independent writers, artists, and activists are claiming credit for an elaborate project, 6 months in the making, in which 1.2 million copies of a “special edition” of the New York Times were distributed in cities across the U.S. by thousands of volunteers.
The papers, dated July 4th of next year, were headlined with long-awaited news: “IRAQ WAR ENDS”. The edition, which bears the same look and feel as the real deal, includes stories describing what the future could hold: national health care, the abolition of corporate lobbying, a maximum wage for CEOs, etc. There was also a spoof site, at http://www.nytimes-se.com/.
“Is this true? I wish it were true!” said one reader. “It can be true, if we demand it.”
“We wanted to experience what it would look like, and feel like, to read headlines we really want to read. It’s about what’s possible, if we think big and act collectively,” said Steve Lambert, one of the project’s organizers and an editor of the paper.
“This election was a massive referendum on change. There’s a lot of hope in the air, but there’s a lot of uncertainty too. It’s up to all of us now to make these headlines come true,” said Beka Economopoulos, one of the project’s organizers.
“It doesn’t stop here. We gave Obama a mandate, but he’ll need mandate after mandate after mandate to do what we elected him to do. He’ll need a lot of support, and yes, a lot of pressure,” said Andy Bichlbaum, another project organizer and editor of the paper.
The people behind the project are involved in a diverse range of groups, including The Yes Men, the Anti-Advertising Agency, CODEPINK, United for Peace and Justice, Not An Alternative, May First/People Link, Improv Everywhere, Evil Twin, and Cultures of Resistance.
In response to the spoof, the New York Times said only, “We are looking into it.” Alex S. Jones, former Times reporter who is an authority on the history of the paper, says: “I would say if you’ve got one, hold on to it. It will probably be a collector’s item.”
Think big and act collectively? I’d like to name some others who did that to great success. Hitler and the National Socialist Party, Lenin and later Stalin and the Russian Communist Party, Mao and the Chinese Communist Party, Castro and the Cuban Communists… I’ll stop my predictable list of state socialists who thought big and murdered millions in the name of “collectivism.”
“Massive referendum on change”? “We gave Obama a mandate”? Define massive. To me it means more then 52.7% of the votes. A lot more actually. Upwards of 65 or 70 percent at least. And who is we? Those who voted for him? That’s 66,354,771 people. Or 30.5% of the voting population. Is that really a mandate? Is that a massive referendum. Is it okay for 30.5% of the voting population to control the other 69.5%?
I wasn’t much of a fan of those groups mentioned who are involved in this project. This solidifies my dislike of them.
From over at LewRockwell.com/blog:
“It is thus necessary that the individual should finally come to realize that his own ego is of no importance in comparison with the existence of his nation; that the position of the individual ego is conditioned solely by the interests of the nation as a whole…that above all, the unity of a nation’s spirit and will are worth far more than the freedom of the spirit and will of an individual…we understand only the individual’s capacity to make sacrifices for the community, for his fellow man.” — Adolf Hitler (Thanks to Chris Rhoades.)
Under the DSM-IV-TR codes, there isn’t an person in the United States that would not fit in some category. Why does the government need gun control laws when they can effectively bar every citizen from owning a gun through DSM-IV-TR mental disorder codes?
While US Code section 922(g) say that you have to be legally defined as a ‘mental defective’ or committed… and actually section 101(c)(2) of HR 2640 says that each department or agency which makes any adjudication related to the mental health of a person must also “permit a person to apply for relief from the disabilities imposed by such subsections” and that record of mental illness may not be provided afterward when applying for a gun again. I still don’t like this bill. It’s still too easy, both theoretically and practically, to have someone declared a mental defective based on the DSM-IV codes. They have something for just about anything and if the government really wanted to keep guns out of our hands it could do so through these bullshit disorders.
All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party. -Mao Tse Tung
The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. -Adolf Hitler