Legal Discrimination

  • by Nehemiah Flynt
  • Narrated by W.B. Ward
  • 6 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Imagine finding out that you had been brainwashed into believing you were helping people, but you were actually hurting them.
For years, Nehemiah Flynt provided therapeutic foster care without realizing the harm he was helping the government inflict on innocent children and families. By the grace of God, the blinders fell off and he began to see the wickedness of "the system."
Children's bodies were being pumped full of experimental medications, parents' homes were being raided based upon false allegations, young people were being pulled out of school so frequently they were falling behind academically, and youth were being moved unnecessarily from placement to placement, causing them to develop attachment disorders and more.
When Nehemiah began to question the maltreatment of children and teenagers in the state's care, he was threatened with having his foster home shut down. Not knowing what else to do, he backed off for a while. However, he eventually decided enough was enough and ceased fostering.
Later, Flynt took charge of a successful Christian-based facility for at-risk youth. He soon learned, however, that the government of the United States is so narrow-minded that they would stop at nothing to close any facility operating under moral or religious principles differing from their own devilish agendas.
Legal Discrimination will be an eye-opener for the majority of its listeners. You'll be shocked when you find out how the government has created agencies that operate above the law simply to discriminate against biological families (especially conservative Christian homes), private schools, homeschooling families, and anyone who expects their constitutional rights to be upheld.

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A heartbreaking look at our broken systems.

An accurate glimpse into the system created to protect abused children. If you are not closely affected by the US child protective service system, you would think this book was fiction, unfortunately it is the harsh reality. Innocent families are destroyed every day. Nehemiah shares his experiences as a mentor, foster parent & director of a Christian program for troubled youth. Nehemiah opens the door to the harsh reality of a broken system that is failing our children, destroying families & persecuting Christians. A must read for parents & all Christians.
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- Erica Brown

Marginalizing Christians and harming children

I had never listened to an audio book before. It was different. I enjoyed being able to listen across all of my devices, because I could listen while going about my day.

I have been following news reports of the lawless actions of our governmental programs: HHS and CPS. They are very corrupt corporations. They will remove a well-cared for child from loving parents while at the same time they will leave abused and neglected children in abusive homes. Such evil!
In case you didn't know, HHS stands for Health and Human Services,
and CPS stands for Child protection services- These agencies were designed to promote health and safety, but in reality, they do none of that. Many lives have been damaged by them.
This book chronicles one man's experiences with these agencies; both during his time as a Foster Parent and also as the director of a Christian residential school for troubled teen boys.

I have considered fostering children or adopting, but because of knowing how these roque, lawless agencies operate, feel that it is not worth the risk. The Foster parent has absolutely no rights, the foster child has no responsibilities and the CPS workers are corrupt in many cases.
So, that leaves one wondering how to help these vulnerable children who are trapped in a dangerous place. Protecting the pre-born is of utmost importance, but we must not stop there.

Now, THIS is a situation that needs to be discussed in an upcoming presidential debate.
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- Siobhan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-31-2015
  • Publisher: Clarence F. Thompson, Jr.