Can We Trust Child Service Agencies In America or Have They Been Compromised??
If you connect the dots of the NCMEC, ICMEC, Big Pharma, Thorn, The McCain Institute, Rothschild’s, CIA, Hillary Clinton, Obama’s, Jeff Koon’s, Richard Branson, The Entire Podesta Family, The Podesta Group, Orphanages, CPS, Amber Alert System, MissingKids, Friends of the Orphans & the likes of Terry Richardson what do you find in common???
These along with many others have been mentioned in sentences with words like: Child Victimization, Advocacy, Pedophilia, Child Trafficking, Exploitation, Abuse, Abductions.
This Trickles Down & Ties Into The Laura Silsby Haiti Child Abduction Saga, The Who Killed Monica Peterson unsolved murder, Comet Ping Pong/Pizzagate, James Alefantis, Jimmycomet, David Brock etc, etc, etc, etc. Watch for upcoming articles continuing the coverage of this topic.
The International Center for Missing & Exploited Children held its first Board of Directors meeting in May 1998. It was officially launched in April 1999 by Hillary Clinton, then-First Lady of the United States, Lynn de Rothschild and Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING & EXPLOITED CHILDREN website states: 1 in 10 children under the age of 18 will be sexually abused this year in the United States and in 2016, there were more than 465,000 reports of missing children in the U.S. (465,676 to be exact). Their role in the “MASSIVE” child trafficking and exploitation network both in the United States & globally is widely known.
The Board of Directors is a who’s who among elites. Including the likes of Sir Richard Branson, who was one of the founding sponsors & his mom Eve Branson, who was a founding board member in 1999 with Lady Rothschild, Ms Blair and then First Lady Clinton and who served on first Board in 2005.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children began in 1984 and served as the national clearinghouse and resource center for families, victims, private organizations, law enforcement and the public on issues relating to missing and sexually exploited children. In the 33 years since beginning, their toll-free hotline has received more than 4.5 million calls. Of the approximate 20,000 reported runaways in 2016 alone, one in six were likely victims of child sex trafficking. Of those, 86 percent were in the care of social services when they went missing. The CyberTipline started in 1998 and has received more than 20 million reports. In 2016 the CyberTipline received 8.2 million reports, most of which related to: Apparent child sexual abuse images, Online enticement including “sextortion”, Child sex trafficking and Child sexual molestation.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, NCMEC, was created out of the publicity generated from the Adam Walsh disappearance and death back in 1981. The claim raised at the time before Congress was that there was no government-affiliated agency in existence to assist the parents of abducted children. The figures at the time portrayed the situation as grim, insisting that tens, if not hundreds of thousands of children a year were abducted by strangers. As it turned out, long-term abductions by strangers figured only in the tens per year. Since its inception, NCMEC has received millions of dollars each year from Congress. Presently, Congress allocates $50 million per year to the Center. But how is the money used? And how does NCMEC work? NCMEC describes itself as a Missing Children Clearinghouse, meaning that it disseminates information, but plays no active role in the actual recovery of missing children. Today, NCMEC has hundreds of staff and its salaries alone are running close to $30 million a year.
Why is the #NCMEC a private company? Why does our government fund them? Why is there a lack of transparency? 501c3 status NCMEC does no investigative work when a child goes missing; they offer no rewards for information, they received $50 million in federal funds last year from the federal government. This nonprofit needs to be investigated.
Another agency mentioned above is CPS. Child Protective Services is the name of a governmental agency in many states of the United States responsible for providing child protection, which includes responding to reports of child abuse or neglect. Some states use other names, often attempting to reflect more family-centered (as opposed to child-centered) practices, such as “Department of Children & Family Services” (DCFS). CPS is also known by the name of “Department of Social Services” (DSS) or simply “Social Services.” CPS/DCF is a department under a state’s Health and Human Services organization and is funded as such. In 1974, the efforts by the states culminated in the passage of the federal “Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act” (CAPTA; Public Law 93-247) providing federal funding for wide-ranging federal and state child-maltreatment research and services. This led to partial funding by the federal government as well as state funding.
Below are opinions expressed by families that CPS really does stand for Child PROFIT System and that they get paid big bonus money for every kid they steal from parents and put into the system.
Michael Minkoff, is another father who alleges that his children were unjustly taken by CPS. He claims CPS standards for seizing children aren’t just governed by whether they’re abused, but also whether they’re “marketable.” His claim is: “Do you know how many calls it took for someone to show up and take our beautiful white baby twin girls? One call. And CPS took them on the basis of one person’s testimony. And we were assumed guilty from the start. Three months later, the case was dismissed and not a single claim was upheld, yet LA County got three months worth of Federal money out of our kids, and so far, they got it with impunity. In fact, if it hadn’t been for God’s grace and good lawyers, we might have been fighting for much longer to no avail.” Read the rest at VicturusLibertas
Multiple federal acts and policies led up to President Clinton’s 1997 Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA), much of which guides current practice. The public relations campaign promoted it as a way to help abused and neglected children who languished in foster care for years, often being shuffled among dozens of foster homes, never having a real home and family. In a press release from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services dated November 24, 1999, it refers to “President Clinton’s initiative to double by 2002 the number of children in foster care who are adopted or otherwise permanently placed.” Changes in the Adoptions and Safe Families Act showed an interest in cosmetically shifting the emphasis towards children’s health and safety concerns and away from a policy of reuniting children with their birth parents without regard to prior abusiveness.
The United States Department of Health & Human Services administers Child Protective Services. To accompany the ASF Act, President Clinton requested, by executive memorandum, an initiative entitled Adoption 2002, to be implemented and managed by Health & Human Services. The initiative not only gives “cash adoption incentive bonuses” to the states, it also provides cash adoption subsidies to adoptive parents until the children turn eighteen. The below article includes much more on the financial side of adoptions as well.
The National Center for Policy Analysis, a private think tank, issued a report that stated: “The way the federal government reimburses States rewards a growth in the size of the program instead of the effective care of children.” Another incentive being promoted is the use of the Internet to make adoption easier. President Clinton directed HHS to develop an Internet site to “link children in foster care with adoptive families.” If you don’t find anything you like there, you can surf on over to the “Adopt Shoppe.” Government websites to “window shop” for children???
The article Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA): Adoption Bonuses: The Money Behind the Madness sheds a different light on this topic though.
Child “protection” is one of the biggest businesses in the country. We spend $12 billion a year on it. The money goes to tens of thousands of a) state employees, b) collateral professionals; such as lawyers, court personnel, court investigators, evaluators and guardians, judges, and c) CPS/DSS contracted vendors such as counselors, therapists, more “evaluators”, junk psychologists, residential facilities, foster parents, adoptive parents, MSPCC, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, YMCA, etc. There isn’t room to list all of the people in these state who have a job, draw a paycheck, or make their profits off the kids in CPS/DSS custody.
ASFA encouraged a take-the-child-and-run mentality on the frontlines of child welfare. Thousands more families, overwhelmingly poor and disproportionately families of color, were destroyed by wrongful removal of the children. Instead of reducing the foster care population, ASFA increased it, trapping thousands more children in a system that, according to one major study, churns out walking wounded four times out of five.
ASFA effectively turned the child welfare system into the ultimate middle-class entitlement: Step right up and take a poor person’s child for your very own. And when the army of childless yuppies didn’t show up to adopt in anywhere near the numbers predicted, ASFA created a generation of “legal orphans” with no ties to birth parents and no adoptive homes either — probably at least 100,000 more such “legal orphans” than had ASFA not become law.
It happened because ASFA was built on a foundation of false premises:
False premise #1: Any parent who loses a child to foster care is a sadist, a brute, or a hopeless addict who “puts drugs ahead of the children.”
Fact: Far more common are cases in which family poverty is confused with neglect; other cases fall between the extremes. So it’s no wonder that two massive studies involving more than 15,000 typical cases found that children left in their own homes fared better even than comparably-maltreated children placed in foster care.
False premise #2: An earlier federal law, passed in 1980, requiring “reasonable efforts” to keep families together supposedly led to some children being left in dangerous homes and other children languishing in foster care.
Fact: The law did nothing to change the federal financial incentives that encourage foster care and discourage better alternatives. So the number of children taken from their parents kept right on increasing in almost every year after that law was passed. And though known cases of child abuse peaked in 1993, entries into foster care still kept going up. The reason children languished in foster care was the failure to make reasonable efforts to keep families together.
This link explains the business in much greater details than we have here. Basically everything they can think of to increase the supply of kids for foster care and adoption has been done it seems. Pay particular attention to the Subsidy Profile section as the numbers are astounding compared to the costs of keeping the children in their “natural homes”.
As we continue down the list of agencies and entities listed above, we embarge on the AmberAlert / AlertSense program. “The agency that coordinates the AMBER Alert program on the national level, the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, has asked the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to manage the AMBER Alert Secondary Distribution Program.” According to the AmberAlert.gov website, 21 Years of Progress in Recovering Abducted Children has resulted in 868 successful recoveries. Yes we are grateful for every recovered child, but after 21 years one would think the numbers would be much greater.
This portion was directly from the legislative section of their website: (h) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this section $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2004. Such amounts shall remain available until expended
An interesting find was that the Alertsense website lists Laura Gayler/Silsby as VP of marketing. Who remembers Silsby and the Haiti Abduction saga? Let’s touch on that for just a moment:
Media continued to focus on the fate of the U.S. missionaries in Haiti being held on trafficking charges, speculating on — and criticizing — their release. Under the headline, “Child appropriators will be released,” centrist Critica clearly expressed its objection, adding a subheadline, “The judicial decision contributes to legitimizing the presence and action of U.S. troops in Haiti following the earthquake.” The paper adds that Laura Silsby, the leader of the U.S. missionaries, had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose. Pagina 12 appeared more objective; however, it reported that while the Americans claimed to be on a humanitarian mission, “it transcended that the children were not orphans and that most were delivered to the U.S. missionaires with their parents’ authorization.”
>WIKILEAKS: Convicted child abductor Ms. Laura Silsby was caught stealing children in Haiti WITH THE CLINTONS!
>The individual in question is one Laura Silsby, former director of The New Life Children’s Refuge. She was caught trying to steal 33 children from the country, most of whom were not even orphans and had families.
>Hillary has a LONG history of interest in Ms. Silsby. Wikileak emails dating back till at least 2001 have been found in her archives discussing Laura’s NGO https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/3776. Laura had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose. They instead located to Haiti.
On March 17, 2010, after careful verification of identities by the Social
Welfare Ministry of Haiti, 32 out of the 33 children were returned to their
families (the last one being returned shortly thereafter), 61 thus confirming
that none of the children were orphans.
Previously, Silsby had told an Associated Press reporter that the children
were delivered to the missionaries by “distant relatives” or “orphanages
that had collapsed in the quake,” adding that “‘[t]hey are very precious
kids that have lost their homes and families and are so deeply in need of,
most of all, God’s love and his compassion.’
WikiLeaks Verified account @wikileaks
Significant, if partisan, find showing how the Clintons supported child stealer Laura Silsby https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/
11:40 AM – 3 Nov 2016
The Anatomy of a Sex Trafficking Network explains much more than could be done with mere words. See Imgur Image.
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States — that’s roughly 2,000 per day.
#AmDigitalNews #NCMEC #ICMEC #CPS