Sexual Abuse of Children

Sexual abuse of children is rampant.   It isn’t confined to Priests and Dioceses. The very charities that are called to protect children are in fact repeatedly found to perpetrate sexual abuse and prostitution. The organizations that are called to oversee these NGO’s are also complicit.  

In Canada, Bill 89 was recently passed that was endorsed and lobbied for by the charity, Save The Children. The Bill was quite controversial as it added a provision in which Social Services may legally take possession of children from their parents if the parent is deemed to not embrace ‘gender identity’.   This could constitute child abuse.

In one account, a Canadian couple were banned from fostering, their foster children taken away, because they refused to tell the children the Easter Bunny was real.

The rules within Social Services are ambiguous. Case workers have been criticized as too aggressive and too lenient. But “Child Protection Services” has taken on morality as a tool to claim abuse.

Many charities and NGO’s have been infiltrated and mobilized to effectively take control of our children and submit them to the ‘state’.   In Cuba, a couple received a 2 year jail sentence and fine for homeschooling their children. In Germany the same law exists and is radically enforced. The reasoning?   The state wants full control of child indoctrination. That’s called ‘communism’.

Save The Children has been mired in various scandals including sexual abuse and internal harassment. It’s International Chairman resigned last year claiming the allegations are so prevalent, he could no longer have his name attached.   Oxfam has been implicated in Haiti prostitution.   British Red Cross has admitted to a number of harassment cases.   Restless Development is facing internal charges of rape. The United Nations ‘peacekeepers’ have allegations dating back decades, most – conveniently dismissed. And yet, Charity Navigator does not take these situations into account when rating a charity – instead it is all financially evaluated.

In California, if the state determines that a child is uncontrollable, the state courts have ruled that the child becomes the property of the state.

CPS can immediately take children from their families without a court order if:

  • There is a present and immediate threat of physical or sexual abuse.
  • Leaving the children in the home is not safe or best for the children’s welfare.
  • CPS made reasonable efforts to prevent or eliminate the need for removing the children from the home.

The obvious open ended statement being “leaving the children in the home is not safe or best for he children’s welfare”.   What does that mean?

The US currently has roughly 400,000 to 450,000 children in foster care. In Germany the number is roughly 120,000. California ranks first with number of children in foster care – 60,000, Texas is second with about 30,000 and Florida is third with 23,000.   Substance abuse has been identified as the most common factor in the continued rise of US children in foster care.

But a ranking of drugs as the biggest problem by state put Florida at 30, Texas at 37 and California at 41. When it came to drug addiction ranking – DC held the title for number 1.

So the equation of drug use to foster care would not seem to be the most prevalent cause.

There are in fact huge discrepancies in these states with regard to ethnicity. In California, 53% of foster care children are Hispanic and 20% are black.   In Texas, 44% are Hispanic and 21% are black. And in Florida 31% are black and 16% are Hispanic. According to Child Trends, the number one cause for entry into Foster Care in California is “neglect” at 75%, whereas substance abuse accounts for only 10%.

According to California Law, the following are defined as ‘neglect’:

  • Clothes are ill-fitting, filthy, or inappropriate for the weather.
  • Hygiene is consistently bad (unbathed, matted and unwashed hair, noticeable body odor).
  • Untreated illnesses and physical injuries.
  • Is frequently unsupervised or left alone or allowed to play in unsafe situations and environments.
  • Is frequently late or missing from school.

There is so much legal ambiguity and corruption within the system that too often the stories of Child Protection acting more like Nazi Protection is perpetrated resulting in over the top cases wherein parents are illegally jailed, children are taken without proper cause, and just irrational judgment.

In one story a toddler fell out of his crib, was taken from his parents even though the CPS investigator reported he was healthy and happy at home.

The problem is not a US problem, it is a universal problem:   In Norway, a three-week-old child was taken away from his mother in 2008 based on doubts about her ‘parenting abilities.’ The child was placed in foster care and the mother was allowed only twelve hours of contact per year with her son. Ultimately, all visitation rights were denied, the mother’s parental rights were removed, and the child was put up for adoption.”

Funny thing is – we don’t see the outrage or the advocacy or the compassion extended to these injustices by our liberal, Democrat and Hollywooders. Although they are spiked about juveniles in detention at the border…  Odd.