Child Protective Services: A Scourge on America
There is an organized, criminal kidnapping ring operating in America today. They are well funded, they have outposts in every state and their authority to separate and destroy families seems to have no bounds.
Although their name might be slightly different where you live, the group I am referring to is commonly known as Child Protective Services (CPS).
Before I continue, I want to be clear that I support children and I am keenly aware that there are situations where children are being abused and need protection.
These are not the types of situations that will be covered in this article.
The breadth and width of the dysfunction and criminality within the CPS is so vast that I scarcely know where to begin. However, we do know where it ends; and that’s with big payouts to states from the feds via Title IV-E money.
As I have stated on numerous occasions, our children are now treated like commodities traded on the open market.
Whether it be kidnapping by the CPS, or the sale of dissected body parts from the numerous infant murders which occur daily in the name of “health,” our children, alive or dead, are worth big money to the right buyer.
While doing research, I came across an article in The New American by Selwyn Duke. I have reached out to my friend, Alex Newman, who also writes for The New American, in an attempt to get Selwyn Duke on my radio show.
Below is an excerpt from the original article.
This clearly varies on a case by case basis, but there is one constant of which many are unaware:
Every time CPS seizes a child, it gets money from the federal government.
Lots of money.
And critics have warned that this has a corruptive effect. As New York Times best-selling author Dr. Joseph Mercola wrote in 2011:
[D]id you know that the money funneled to states and child protective services actually encourages them to accuse you of child abuse and even murder, and to take your children, even if you’re not guilty, and even though they have absolutely no proof that you harmed your child?
Horrendous as it sounds, it’s true: child abuse has become a business — an industry of sorts — that actually pays states to legally abduct your children and put them up for adoption!
Mercola then quotes a source informing about a California politician who pledged to expose this practice:
“Most people are not aware of how much profit many of these services provide the county,” John Van Doorn told a San Diego newspaper. “These profits are hard to ignore and even more difficult to pass up.”
Counties can bring in thousands of dollars in excess revenue for each child in foster care, Van Doorn said — which means they have more incentive to remove children from their families than to keep families intact. “As such … our county government is a major factor in the dismantling of families and/or destruction of children’s lives,” he said.
No one has to tell this to Michael Minkoff, a father who alleges that his children were unjustly taken by CPS. Likening many American local governments to the Chinese regime — which has been accused of stealing children to profit from selling them for adoption — he levels a serious charge: CPS standards for seizing children aren’t just governed by whether they’re abused, but also whether they’re “marketable.” He writes:
While we were in LA fighting to get our children back, a little black boy was beaten to death by his step-father. Neighbors had called CPS six times over the course of a few months. No one ever showed up.
Do you know how many calls it took for someone to show up and take our beautiful white baby twin girls? One call. And CPS took them on the basis of one person’s testimony. And we were assumed guilty from the start. Three months later, the case was dismissed and not a single claim was upheld, yet LA County got three months worth of Federal money out of our kids, and so far, they got it with impunity. In fact, if it hadn’t been for God’s grace and good lawyers, we might have been fighting for much longer to no avail.
Speaking personally, you might have thought that when CPS dropped the hammer on some family that there was likely a good reason. Now, I hope you see that what you thought to be true could be a lie; and those “bad” parents did nothing more than gave birth to a child who is desirable to certain sickos.
I am going to continue to expose the criminal CPS, and I expect to be doing interviews with those families who have been victimized in the coming weeks and months. For now, I want to leave you with an interview that I posted a couple weeks back. Sadly, the story of Debbie Westlake is one of many.
Article posted with permission from Jim White