• The Corrupt Foster Care and Adoption System: Why Aren't More Foster and Adoptive Parents Speaking Out?

    For years now, Health Impact News, via their MedicalKidnap.com website, has exposed the child welfare system in the United States, which encompasses foster care and adoption services, as a child trafficking system. The data is very clear. A very small minority of children removed from their homes by child protective services (CPS) are removed because they live in "abusive" homes. The vast majority, anywhere from 75% to 85% or more, are removed for other reasons, usually under the umbrella term of "neglect." This would include "medical neglect" where one can lose custody of their children simply for disagreeing with a doctor, or seeking a second medical opinion. Based on large scale research studies conducted at MIT by Joseph Doyle in 2007 and 2008, the data also clearly shows that children in foster care fare far worse than even children left in "troubled homes," which begs the question as to why we even have a child welfare system that takes children out of families and makes them wards of the State. Since the evidence clearly shows that the child welfare system is thoroughly corrupt, causing far more harm to children than good, we pose the question: Why aren't more foster and adoptive parents speaking out against this corruption? If "good" foster and adoptive parents took a stand against corruption in Child Welfare, it could put a big dent in the system, if not take it down altogether. If you are a foster parent or adoptive parent that participates in this tyrannical, evil system that trafficks and murders children, you are part of the problem, not part of the solution, no matter what your motives or intentions are. Expecting a bloated government system funded by BILLIONS of dollars to change itself is unrealistic, and not much will happen to change the system until foster and adoptive parents, many of them being recruited by Christian churches, develop a conscience and a soul, and decide to take a stand against real child abuse which is happening every day here in the United States, through child welfare services.

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  • The Corrupt Foster Care and Adoption System: Why Aren't More Foster and Adoptive Parents Speaking Out?

    I tell you why adoptive families don’t speak up. They are usually infertile couples who are desperate to get their hot little hands on a child. They often spend years on waiting lists, jumping through the hoops of applications, home studies, background checks, parenting classes and trial periods with foster children to “find a good fit.” They don’t care whether the child was “justifiably” taken from its real parents or not. We FINALLY got a child, by God it’s ours, and we won’t let anyone take it away! Open adoptions, birthparent contact and the child’s desire to search are their worst nightmare.

    Adoption can be as bad or worse than an abusive home - like the most horrific of all, when the child was unjustly taken from loving parents and given to abusive adopters (which is what happened to me).

    Some adoptive parents are wonderful people and make amazing parents. Others - and this is far, far more common than people think - believe adoption means they can order up a child the way they do a hamburger. Straight-A student, attractive, popular, star athlete, precious little Christian barbie or ken doll who has been molded out of the sinful unwed mother’s bad genes. Failure to meet expectations can lead to horrific emotional abuse, mental cruelty and possible physical punishment.

    Adoption is a sacred cow in our society. Most adoptive parents who get away with child abuse do so because society believes they are warm, wonderful, amazingly selfless people who take in these poor, unloved unwanted (for the love of God, people, don’t ever tell an adoptee that!) out of the sheer goodness of their hearts. Birthparents are always “bad girls”, heartless abandoners or abusive monsters. Nobody questions this.

    Adoption treats children as property, complete with ownership papers. It is a multi-million dollar industry, with fees running into the tens of thousands for an infant (the most desirable to adopters, because they are a “blank slate”), or a toddler. Now that most unwed mothers keep their babies, adoption agencies need a new source. The foster care system and Child Protective Services are ripe for harvest.

    Older kids are told to just forget about their parents. Go home with this couple. They are your mom and dad now. Children who don’t “bond” with new parents they were never asked if they wanted, are diagnosed with “attachment disorder” and drugged.

    Adoption is an evil, corrupt institution in dire need of revamping

  • The Corrupt Foster Care and Adoption System: Why Aren't More Foster and Adoptive Parents Speaking Out?

    @matt1016 said:

    @Mommy-Love-7 said:


    Thank you for this article, Brian. Great to add to the tool chest. Also, thank you for the Doyle reference, did you write an article on it?


    Do you have a link to a site that shows the 75% to 85% or more that show the differentiation between removal for abuse vs. neglect? I have the following, that show maltreatment type and # of substantiated reports, but neither of these point out if the child was actually removed from the home or not. Would like to be able to have a graphic that indicates removal based on substantiated as opposed to unsubstantiated, or based on "type" with an indication if there was an actual removal.












    Here's the one for Kentucky:




    By the way, I was able to access my old account again, I was posting before on the Steemit article as SaveOurChildrenKY.


    Thank you for all you do, Brian. Thanks to you and the entire MK staff. Your work is important and much appreciated!
    👪

    SaveOurChildrenKY at protonmail dot com
    Several of these articles reference Doyle's study - http://medicalkidnap.com/?find=Doyle - and also show that the majority of children are removed by CPS from their birth homes due to "neglect" (aka "poverty) and NOT physical/sexual abuse, as your charts above also show.
    In your first chart, which shows 79% of children investigated were not "confirmed" or substantiated abuse cases, do you think those were not removals? I'm assuming that the CPS charts indicating abuse/neglect investigations are also removals, as it seems that almost all "investigations" result in removals during the investigation, right? That chart lines up with what we have reported that 75-85% of CPS cases are unsubstantiated. Here's a couple of reference articles:


    85% of Reports to Indiana Child Protective Services Unsubstantiated – Families Destroyed Needlessly



    75% of Children Taken by Texas CPS are Based on Unfounded Accusations



    Thank you, Matt.


    Those statistics were from the Annie E. Casey Kids Count Data Center. They didn't specify removals, just that there was an investigation.


    Thank you for the Doyle search link! Going to go share one of the stories now!

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  • The Corrupt Foster Care and Adoption System: Why Aren't More Foster and Adoptive Parents Speaking Out?

    Thank you for this article, Brian. Great to add to the tool chest. Also, thank you for the Doyle reference, did you write an article on it?


    Do you have a link to a site that shows the 75% to 85% or more that show the differentiation between removal for abuse vs. neglect? I have the following, that show maltreatment type and # of substantiated reports, but neither of these point out if the child was actually removed from the home or not. Would like to be able to have a graphic that indicates removal based on substantiated as opposed to unsubstantiated, or based on "type" with an indication if there was an actual removal.






    Here's the one for Kentucky:



    By the way, I was able to access my old account again, I was posting before on the Steemit article as SaveOurChildrenKY.


    Thank you for all you do, Brian. Thanks to you and the entire MK staff. Your work is important and much appreciated!

    👪

    SaveOurChildrenKY at protonmail dot com

    No Longer Ignored...
  • The Corrupt Foster Care and Adoption System: Why Aren't More Foster and Adoptive Parents Speaking Out?

    @Mommy-Love-7 said:

    Thank you for this article, Brian. Great to add to the tool chest. Also, thank you for the Doyle reference, did you write an article on it?


    Do you have a link to a site that shows the 75% to 85% or more that show the differentiation between removal for abuse vs. neglect? I have the following, that show maltreatment type and # of substantiated reports, but neither of these point out if the child was actually removed from the home or not. Would like to be able to have a graphic that indicates removal based on substantiated as opposed to unsubstantiated, or based on "type" with an indication if there was an actual removal.












    Here's the one for Kentucky:




    By the way, I was able to access my old account again, I was posting before on the Steemit article as SaveOurChildrenKY.


    Thank you for all you do, Brian. Thanks to you and the entire MK staff. Your work is important and much appreciated!
    👪

    SaveOurChildrenKY at protonmail dot com

    Several of these articles reference Doyle's study - http://medicalkidnap.com/?find=Doyle - and also show that the majority of children are removed by CPS from their birth homes due to "neglect" (aka "poverty) and NOT physical/sexual abuse, as your charts above also show.

    In your first chart, which shows 79% of children investigated were not "confirmed" or substantiated abuse cases, do you think those were not removals? I'm assuming that the CPS charts indicating abuse/neglect investigations are also removals, as it seems that almost all "investigations" result in removals during the investigation, right? That chart lines up with what we have reported that 75-85% of CPS cases are unsubstantiated. Here's a couple of reference articles:

    85% of Reports to Indiana Child Protective Services Unsubstantiated – Families Destroyed Needlessly


    75% of Children Taken by Texas CPS are Based on Unfounded Accusations