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July 30, 2013 § Leave a comment
Kidnapping: CPS’s billion dollar industry
July 25, 2013
Shaymus Crow’s film is an excellent overview of the treacherous acts committed by the government funded program known as Child Protective Services (CPS).
Social welfare-agencies have been allowed the right to remove neglected and abused children from the care of their families since the early 1800s.
A report by John E.B. Meyers describes the birth of the first governmental agency supposedly created to protect children. The agency, born in New York in 1875 was called the New York Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC).
According to Meyers’ report, by 1922 over 300 nongovernmental child protection societies were existing across America, the creation of the juvenile court soon followed which was first established 1899 in Chicago. By 1919, most states had juvenile courts.
In 1825, the Humane Society, a group dedicated to curbing violence against animals and humans, founded the National Federation of Child Rescue agency which was aimed at conducting investigations on child abuse.
The Humane Society, which branched off of the British Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), pushed forward private child protection agencies modeled after “existing animal protection organizations.”
While the federal Children’s Bureau was first introduced in 1912, it didn’t receive mandatory funding until an amendment was made in 1958 which required the state to begin funding the agency.
In 1974, the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) was introduced to provide “financial assistance for a demonstration program for the prevention, identification, and treatment of child abuse and neglect.”
According to Meyers’, “Prior to 1974, the federal government played a useful but minor role in child protection. The Children’s Bureau paid little to no attention to child abuse until the 1960s.”
The Social Security Act of 1935 was amended in 1962 to “provide money to expand child welfare services.” However, in 1973 U.S. Senator Walter Mondale wrote, “Nowhere in the Federal Government could we find one official assigned full time to the prevention, identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect.”
It was Mondale’s interest and persuasion in the matter that influenced Congress to “assume a leadership role with the passage of” CAPTA.
CAPTA allocated funds for “training, regional multidisciplinary centers focused on child abuse and neglect, and demonstration projects.”
Meyers’ report states, “CAPTA played a major role in shaping the nationwide system of governmental CPS” that’s in place today.
The video’s narrator quotes Mondale stating that after the bill passed it would turn “child protection into a child snatching business.”
The legislation soon turned the operation into a $12 billion a year business.
In 1997, President Clinton passed the Adoption and Safe Families Act which was intended to “promote the adoption of children in foster care.”
ABC News aired an exclusive segment that featured interviews of foster children describing the various kinds of prescription drugs they were given under the state’s care.
Instead of finding a solution to prevent this future for children, the segment publicized the need for more state funding and further promoted the myth that children are institutionalized because of the abundance of bad parents.
Legislation that was originally created for the purpose of helping children, has transformed into a financial operation aimed at kidnapping children for the financial benefit of the state.
The more children removed, the more money that’s made. The children while under the state’s care are prescribed an average of seven medications in an attempt to keep them chained to the system for a lifetime.
The business is so lucrative that advocates like Nancy Schaefer, who aggressively took action against CPS exposing their crimes, were subsequently removed. The media reported that Nancy Schaefer’s husband, troubled by financial problems, shot his wife to death while she slept before turning the gun on himself in 2010.
A report by Infowars.com speculated on the circumstances surrounding the couple’s death, finding it odd that a suicide victim would shoot them self in the chest.
The report read, “Even before a GBI investigation could be initiated, media outlets began pronouncing that their death was a ‘murder-suicide’ and shut off most public comment posting on their web sites.”
Most disturbing is that, not unlike many other evil government programs, the atrocities are directly funded by the taxpayer. In essence, citizen are paying for programs that could potentially remove their own children.
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