- April 25, 2018
Child Protection Services Profit from Pedophilia
In another example of the fox guarding the henhouse – and selling the chickens for murderous profits – state-governed Child Protection Services (CPS) have been linked outrageously to extensive pedophilia-serving sexual child trafficking activities.
A July 2014 report from the State Policy Advocacy and Reform Center (SPARC) states that “children and youth in the foster care system” are at grave risk from the very organization designed to nurture them:
“It is estimated that 100,000 children and youth are sexually exploited in the United States each year.” It “is clear is that many of the minors who are trafficked interact with the child welfare system at some point in their lives.”
In particular, SPARC identifies “a high correlation” between children placed into foster care homes and “victims of sex trafficking.” The numbers are staggering:
“A study by the Department of Children and Families in Connecticut found that out of the 88 children identified as sex trafficking victims, 86 had been involved with child welfare services prior to being trafficked.”
Northern California’s Alameda County found that a whopping 41 percent of 267 sex trafficking victims “were at one time part of the foster care system.”
The list goes on and on, state by state – to the point where former Director of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services Molly McGrath Tierney claimed in a TEDx Talk that the “Foster Care Industry” has turned their youthful charges into commodities that profit “doctors, lawyers, judges, social workers, advocates, and other organizations, an industry that can only exist by taking other people’s children, an industry that damages the very children it purports to be helping.”
Tierney defines child welfare as “the government business of protecting children. The primary intervention is to take kids from their parents and put them in foster care.”
Despite the “prevailing belief that this is the responsible thing to do for children who are abused and neglected.”
Taxpayers shell out billions of dollars to fund the 50 US state child welfare organizations. But Tierney made this shocking claim:
“There’s not a one among them that is reputed to be working well. Awful things happen to children in foster care.”
In a Molly McGrath Tierney interview hosted by filmmaker Sean Stone, Tammi Stefano who hosts the National Safe Child (NSC) Show said that the child and human trafficking business in the US generates more money than illegal drugs and illegal arms trades combined!
Clearly, the situation has gotten out of hand. Stefano cited an article in the Los Angeles Times that revealed that Los Angeles County’s CPS had approved 1000 convicted sex offenders as eligible to become foster parents.
Stefano also underscores the importance of calling law enforcement – not CPS – for cases involving alleged child abuse. This is because child abuse is a criminal activity (a crime) that warrants the expertise of trained law enforcement personnel. CPS workers have not been trained to investigate child abuse.
Once CPS is involved in a child welfare case, according to Stefano, bad things happen:
“The minute you call child protection services, you can rest assured that the investigation will not be done properly. Chances are the child will not be protected.”
What can we do to put a stop to the abusive CPS system currently in place? A group called Change.org has started a petition to the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights CRC – Committee for the Rights of the Child and 8 Others. You can start your own petition as well.
The United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has a project called “End Trafficking” which seeks to raise awareness about this vitally important issue. Their website confirms that child trafficking has spread throughout the nation:
“Cases of human trafficking have been reported in all 50 U.S. States; anyone can be trafficked regardless of race, class, education, gender, age, or citizenship when forcefully coerced or enticed by false promises.”
Contact your elected representatives at local, state and federal levels and let them know you oppose CPS, which is, according to Victurus Libertas, “a governmental agency, who basically answers to no one. They are running amuck, stealing children from their homes and selling the children into foster care…There is a law in place that actually pays the states cash bonuses to put children in the foster care system. They are paid even more bonuses for special needs children.”
The United States’ Child Protection Services are coming under increasing scrutiny as the extent of their evil deeds is surfacing. Before the 2010 election, San Diego, California Supervisor candidate John Van Doorn told a local newspaper that, if elected, he would “expose how local governments were amassing billions of dollars in annual reimbursements, in exchange for what amounted to legal abduction of children.”
Van Doorn also said, in a separate interview:
“The single greatest threat to the people of San Diego County is our county’s (as well as the state’s) abuse of Title IV-D programs (Child Protective Services, Child Support Services, foster care and adoptions, VAWA, etc.).”
Remember, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Start and sign petitions. Talk loud and long with influential people and organizations. Get your neighbors riled up.
Together, we can make change happen. Keep Child Protection Services away from our kids – and for heaven’s sake, stop giving them our hard-earned taxpayer dollars.
Our nation’s children deserve better care than this.
If not us, whom? If not now, when?