Friday, February 27, 2009

Child Abduction Services: Legal in the U.S.

Pimping Kids Thru OUR GOVT
Child Abduction Services: Legal in the U.S.

Written by Brooke Kelley

Even if you’re not a parent, you REALLY need to read this next article. What we once dubbed as Child Protective Services, may have started off protecting children, but in the 1990s, when a bill was passed to give them monetary incentives for each child taken from the home, it has become the largest legalized child abduction operation of modern day. Innocent families are being torn apart, denied due process in the courts, if their case ever goes to trial at all, and parents and extended families are powerless to stop it. Yet another byproduct of the NWO. Susan Purtee Reports.

Read on …

In recent years there have been many detractors of Child Protective Services (CPS), an organization founded to protect children. Brenda Scott, author of Out of Control. Who’s Watching Our Child Protection Agencies?, in her study of CPS concluded, “Child Protective Services is out of control. The system, as it operates today, should be scrapped. … Removal is the first resort, not the last. With insufficient checks and balances, the system that was designed to protect children has become the greatest perpetrator of harm.”

Professor Ted Melhuish, in his research of December 7, 2006 concluded that every dollar invested in CPS produces a return of $7.16. So how did an agency like CPS that should be protecting children become so involved in financial profit? The answer is Bill Clinton.

The Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on November 19, 1997. The biggest change to the law was how ASFA amended Title IV-E of the Social Security Act regarding funding. Senator John H. Chafee (R) of Rhode Island stated, “We will not continue the current system of always putting the needs and rights of the biological parents first…it’s time we recognize that some families simply cannot and should not be kept together.”

Another Act that increased the number of children being brought into the system is the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) of 1974. With the help of Senator Walter Mondale, the immediate impact of CAPTA was an exponential increase in reported cases of suspected child maltreatment from 6,000 confirmed cases of child abuse in 1967 to three million in 1993, as reported in Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare, Volume Editor Ira C. Colby. Today, that number has reached six million.

The following statement issued at the congress of Russian Communist Party educators in 1918 sounds like the credo of the modern DSS agent: “We must remove the children from the crude influence of their families. We must take them over and, to speak frankly, nationalize them.” The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx, called for the ‘abolition of the family.’

Even more telling is a text book for social workers called A Social History of the American Family by Arthur Calhoun that states, “The family goes back to the age of savagery, while the state belongs to the age of civilization. The modern individual is a world citizen served by the world, and home interests can no longer be supreme. The school begins to assume responsibility for the functions thrust upon it. The kindergarten grows downward towards the cradle and then arises (with) talk of neighborhood nurseries, social centers (that) replace the old chimney. The child passes more and more into the custody of community experts.”

~ Freelance investigative journalist, Susan Purtee, worked in law enforcement for 16 years and saw first hand the evolution from CPS before and after this evil legislation was enacted. Now she’s fighting back.

And with that, your right to have and keep your children has been denied. Sadly, family life has recently been classified a privilege, without ever making headline news. If CPS knocks on your door, handle with extreme care. You might want to go ahead and get an attorney before you even let them in. If you can’t afford one, contact me immediately, and I’ll put you in touch with people who can coach you on what to do. In the meantime, don’t say anything to them that you wouldn’t say to an armed mob in a dark alley. Consider them one and the same.

**If you’re reading this in a section other than vlog, check out more fascinating posts at**