Tuam – time to uncover the truth
— Read on www.irishtimes.com/opinion/letters/tuam-time-to-uncover-the-truth-1.3605530
Give the babies and children a dignified burial – at the very least – the nuns were nazis – the home akin to a concentration camp where mothers and children were tortured
Liam Neeson is developing a new film about a former home for unmarried mothers in Tuam, County Galway, after ‘significant quantities’ of child remains were dumped in a septic tank in the grounds.
— Read on www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6098137/Tuam-scandal-cesspit-babies-Liam-Neeson-joins-fight-Pope-face-truth.html
Is the Pope going to return the money the nuns sent to the Vatican for selling the children to US adopters? Or the money they took for caring for children who died and they buried in a septic tank? Absolute evil.
British Association of Social Workers’ inquiry calls for ‘significant rethink’ of adoption law
— Read on www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/18/adoption-has-become-runaway-train-social-workers-cannot-stop
Adoption is a failed social experiment. One that has been open to egregious exploitation since its inception. Grounded in secrecy, deception and the needs of the desperate it continues to create havoc on vulnerable Indigenous and non-Indigenous biological families. Once a child is adopted there is no further screening. Thousands of adoptees are abused daily. Large sums of money and other non financial assistance is given to foster carers but very little if any to kinship carers – and many single mothers struggle in poverty. The out of home care industry is multi billion.
Five North Texas children were beaten and forced by their adoptive parents to care for more 100 animals in filthy conditions at a puppy mill being…
— Read on www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2018/08/09/texas-couple-accused-using-adopted-children-slave-labor-run-puppy-mill
BAN ADOPTION – its child trafficking – go back in history and the so called orphan trains were made up of poor children abducted from poor parents and sent out west to be used as slave labour. When they got off the train they were put up on blocks so potential adopters could check their teeth physique and general health – god only knows what they suffered. When is the abuse going to stop?
Many orphanages are like a business. The business owners run the orphanage. The product is the children. The customers are foreign guests.
— Read on thingswedidntknow.com/2018/08/10/from-the-other-side/
One child stated: “One visit every year doesn’t build a bond it just builds and rebreaks trust in us. I learned not to depend on people’s presence in my life because of this.” All those promoting “open adoption” to coerce vulnerable mothers to accept it – or promote the tearing apart of biological families to society should take note of the children’s real life experience and the dreadful psychological damage they suffer. Barnardos is a big promoter of open adoption – which means allowing mothers to visit their child twice a year. Sick! Why not help families stay together – but those who desire other people’s children don’t want that – they would rather prey on vulnerable families and in the process commodify children.
Tasmania’s Brave Foundation young mum support program goes Australia-wide – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
— Read on mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-13/teenage-mums-support-program-brave-foundation/10112880