Wednesday, November 26, 2008

11 Kids Abandoned in Nebraska

Some of the older ones because their parents were not able to control them. And why is that? Because the "child protectors" and their propaganda have convinced people's children that all they have to do if they're "dissatisfied" in any way with their treatment at the hands of their parents, is to call CPS and they'll "take care of it." Some kids have "made the call" simply because their parents would not let them go to the movies or have confined them to their rooms with all their toys because they had violated the rules. And CPS routinely sides with the kids, "chiding" parents about "being too restrictive." Soon those kids "get the message" that their parents no longer have any authority over them and, when they predictably get in trouble, they (CPS) want to blame the parents. Pretty soon those kids are no longer able to be "handled." I don't blame some of those parents for "abandoning" those kids in a safe manner. Things can get pretty nasty if kids REFUSE to be "controlled. If my children were in that age bracket and continually defied my authority, making them impossible to handle, I would tell them if they kept it up I'd turn them over to the "child protectors" and they wouldn't like that, not a bit. I would hope that would "cure" the problem and make them more amenable to the rules. If they kept it up, soon they'd be "in the system," being passed around from foster home to foster home, even being abused and sexually abused, sometimes by the foster parents, and other times by fellow foster children. I would hope they didn't push me that far. They don't know just how hard it would be to get themselves back home. Maybe not possible at all, because once the "child protectors" get their hands on them, they're like leeches, and just won't let go unless forced. And when they become adults, the "child protectors" will just abandon them without even giving them a change of clothes and a little money, the way the prison system DOES for criminals when they let them out of THEIR "system." (Yahoo News)

Foster Child Murders

It's difficult to find any news source that actually mentions the fact that murdered seven-year-old child, Chandler Grafner was murdered by his FOSTER parents, not his own parents. I had to search for a long time to find this Denver Post article. The problem is, there are TOO MANY children being assaulted, sexually assaulted, and even murdered IN foster care, where they're supposed to be safe. But their own figures (CPS) show that the chance of children being hurt or killed while IN foster care is much higher than in their own homes (although they "bury" it in a mass of statistics). The man who killed him was a foster parent, assigned by CPS, although he CLAIMED to be his "biological father," having at one time been his mother's boyfriend. Then there is the more recent case of a COP who was foster parent to a little girl, and who fondled her one day while she was playing on a swing. He is now on suspension and is "putting in his retirement papers" while awaiting trial. This story is so new I couldn't find mention of it in the media, but what I DID find was a site that listed MANY instances of policemen sexually assaulting children. (YouNewz)