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July 7, 2019

How is this not human trafficking/kidnapping?

Filed under: Bigotry, Children, Criminal, Family, Fascism, Harm, Hate, News, Political, Questions, Race, Religion — Scottie @ 09:59

reminder that many children are funneled specifically to Christian families and communities for the same reasons they always have: destroy culture, stack votes, add bodies to communities that otherwise wouldn’t hold majorities. it is literal, actual trafficking.

This is a part of genocide. Removing the children from their parents, who generally desperately love and want to raise them, and placing them with white American families is a way to erase their culture from existence without the ugliness of directly killing children. But it’s still ugly, and it cares nothing for the actual welfare of the child.

The thing that gets me is that the “adopted” “parents” are denying her even visitation rights. Like, how monstrous can you be? How do you not have any compassion for this woman, who also loves your “son”? How can you be good caregivers to a child if you are so heartless that you will steal a child (inadvertently or not) and then have so little empathy towards that child’s mother that you will deny her the chance to ever see him again?

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Just like I said. Illegal adoption.

https://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/immigrant-mom-loses-effort-regain-son-us-parents/story?id=16803067

Here are the thieves btw:

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im actually physically ill

Keep this post alive so that when CARLOS is old enough he’ll know these KIDNAPPERS stole him from his MOTHER!

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Guatemalan mom: “Please help me my son was taken from me”

Those two assholes: “Lol finders keepers bitch lmao”

Carlos was taken from his mom, Encarnacion Bail Romero after she was arrested during a work raid. Her words, “Nobody could help me because I don’t speak English,” are still resonating deeply within me. This child was kidnapped from a loving mother, and she went to hell and backwards trying to get him back, and a judge literally told her she had no rights to her own child.

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https://twitter.com/evanchill/status/1010399759088193536

Completely unfit parents can get their children back like it’s nothing and this poor woman who loves her child and just wants him with her again cannot? How is this not human trafficking/kidnapping?

Also:

The judge said the biological mother had no rights to even see her child, according to the mother’s lawyer.

Asked if the Mosers would allow Bail Romero to see the child, the Mosers’ attorney, Joseph Hensley, said the couple was “not willing to comment on that at this time.” source

reminder that many children are funneled specifically to Christian families and communities for the same reasons they always have: destroy culture, stack votes, add bodies to communities that otherwise wouldn’t hold majorities. it is literal, actual trafficking.

This is a part of genocide. Removing the children from their parents, who generally desperately love and want to raise them, and placing them with white American families is a way to erase their culture from existence without the ugliness of directly killing children. But it’s still ugly, and it cares nothing for the actual welfare of the child.

The thing that gets me is that the “adopted” “parents” are denying her even visitation rights. Like, how monstrous can you be? How do you not have any compassion for this woman, who also loves your “son”? How can you be good caregivers to a child if you are so heartless that you will steal a child (inadvertently or not) and then have so little empathy towards that child’s mother that you will deny her the chance to ever see him again?

5 Comments »

  1. That is just sick. I didn’t know that adoptions were biased towards religions, too? I knew there is preference to White parents, but I legit wasn’t aware of a Christian bias. I’ve heard other horror stories like some families in America adopting Ethiopian children that were severely abused. Once Ethiopia found out about it, they banned all outsiders from adopting their children as of last year. It isn’t even just limited to international adoptees. I remember that tragic story of those African-American children who were adopted by a lesbian couple who did a murder-suicide by driving off with all the children in the car when word got out that they were abusing them. It’s terrifying that these children who need loving homes are abused and even killed.

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    Comment by ospreyshire — July 7, 2019 @ 21:18

    • Hello Ospreyshire. It is far more common for children to be adopted and abused than most people realize. I know, I was both adopted and abused. As of the trafficking of the migrant children I have been posting about this. There is a pipeline set up for this. This is one reason nothing was set up to return the children because there was not going to be any children returned. People like Betsy Devos, the wealthy right wing Christian education secretary, support religious charities that take these children and sell them to other Christians. ( the adopting families must be of a similar religious doctrines ) So this is what is happening. A child is taken at the border. Moved quietly in small groups in the dead of the night ( most airlines will no loner allow these CBP agents with groups of kids to fly on them, the treatment of the kids was so horrible according to the flight crews ) to these Christian adoption agencies in distant cities. The Christian adoption agencies charge white christian parents thousands of dollars ( $10,000 to $20,000 and up. The parents can make payments if they do not have the money upfront ) per child. The reasons are this. First the adoption agency donates part of that fee to the church. Then the parents get to indoctrinate the kid in to their religion, and most stay with that religion for most of their life. Lastly the church gets an adult who was indoctrinated from childhood as a tithing member supporting church goals and politics. Most religious orders in the US are losing members and this is one way they keep the numbers up, increasing their income and political power. Guess who is coordinating most of the coyotes running migrants in the south to make the trip north? Yes the churches and their leaders. It is child trafficking plain and simple supported and conducted by the US government working with religions. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — July 7, 2019 @ 21:38

      • Yes, and it’s just a sad thing hearing about it. The Kenyan documentary Preying Missionaries left me a weeping mess when I saw it on YouTube (you can legally stream it for free there). Here’s a link to my review: https://iridiumeye.wordpress.com/2019/04/13/preying-missionaries-review/.

        I’m ashamed to hear about all of this infrastructure going on for those evil adoption practices. I wasn’t aware about all of those intricacies. You’re right about this being child trafficking, so don’t get me wrong. There shouldn’t be some religious bias in families adopting children. For example, if there’s a loving Muslim couple, then they should go to those families. Same if they are Buddhist, Jewish, Zoroastrian, Atheist, etc. Even a Christian family who has enough sense not to abuse people should call out those agencies for their malfeasant practices if they are educated about those matters. Child trafficking needs to stop no matter how “legal” the churches try to make it with their methods.

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        Comment by ospreyshire — July 7, 2019 @ 21:47

        • Hello Ospreyshire. I agree with you. I forget where it is but one of the states that passed a religious freedom law allowing adoptions agencies to discriminate based on the religious beliefs of the people running the adoption agency is being sued because the agency refused to place a child with a Jewish couple. These laws are pushed as a way to stop gay couples or single women from adopting ( single men in most cases can still adopt from these Christian agencies if the man is a Christian. ) However the hidden agenda was also to make sure only the “right” religion got to adopt. Remember they pull this crap in the “name of their god”. So now that these laws are passed in a bunch of states, they are using them to deny adoption to people of different religions. Hugs

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          Comment by Scottie — July 7, 2019 @ 21:54

          • Thanks. Yeah, I heard about some state law when it came to adoptions in the context of religion. I forget which one it was. That’s something I’ll have to look into. I did hear the story about the Jewish couple. That agenda of the “right” religion is so ridiculous. Religion or lack thereof shouldn’t be a deciding factor as to who or who shouldn’t adopt. The best families willing to be loving and are competent at parenting should be the ones to do so.

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            Comment by ospreyshire — July 7, 2019 @ 22:04


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