Just what does a good, upstanding, unemployed neo-nazi father of nine with a history of violence have to do to get a fair shake in this country?
This is the question presently faced by Heath Campbell, a New Jersey man who’s previous adventures in parenting made headlines when an area grocer refused to write the words “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler” on a birthday cake he sought to buy for his son of the same name. Claiming his First Amendment rights were being violated, Campbell is claiming yet again to be the victim of what is undoubtedly a cruel, liberal plot to ruin his whiteness, this time as a result of the New Jersey Dept. of Youth and Family Services (DYFS,) having removed his newest (of nine, all named for Nazi era 3rd Reich heroes,) children, named “Eva Braun Campbell” from his custody just after her birth.
The state has apparently taken custody of all of his other children as well, which he claims is as a result of hostility towards his Nazi ideology. While no reason or response has been given by DYFS as to why young Eva was taken due to privacy laws, court documents from previous hearings indicated that the state had reason to believe there was ongoing domestic violence in the home.
The released court decisions went on to describe Campbell as man who suffered from both physical and psychological disabilities, causing him to be perpetually unemployed throughout his adulthood. Additional allegations of abuse of both his wife and their children included threatening, restraining the children in booster seats for extended periods of time and general neglect.
Despite this, Campbell maintains the state’s actions were a result of his political beliefs, defiantly stating:
I’m not allowed to have children because I’m a Nazi … That’s what they’re saying. Well, I’ll stop making them when they stop taking them.
Campbell is expected to file once more in court for yet another round of appeals regarding the DYFS decision to remove his newest child. If history is any indication, odds are good he’ll arrive to court in full Nazi regalia as he did earlier in the year.
One cannot help but to feel sorry for the children involved, not merely for whatever abuses or neglect they may have endured, but also for being born as tools of their father’s sick ideology, cursed with the names of megalomaniacs and Nazis and most likely fated to be at the center of his legal troubles for many years to come.