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UNICEF's callous opposition to international adoption
The Washington Times ^
| September 20, 2011
| Andrea Poe
Posted on 09/21/2011 6:26:34 AM PDT by eccentric
MADRID, September 22, 2011 An American is thwarted by UNICEF as she attempts to bring her developmentally challenged daughter home. UNICEFs response to a desperate grandmother, looking for help in bringing her grandchild Krystina home, confirms what many have long believed -- that UNICEF does not support inter-country adoption.
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TOPICS: Conspiracy; Society
KEYWORDS: adoption; unicef; unitednations
Andrea is an adoptive mother and a journalist. She is at work on a book, "The Red Thread," a collection of stories told by families united through adoption. She is also owner of Media Branding International, a public relations/media consulting firm. Read more The Red Thread: An Adoptive Family Forum in The Communities at The Washington Times. Follow Andrea at Twitter @ANDPOE and @WTCLifesOnline. Andrea can be found at Facebook @ Lifes Online at Washington Times Communities and @Andrea Poe and can also be found on LinkedIn.
posted on 09/21/2011 6:26:37 AM PDT
the UN wants to keep poor young people in place for their blue helmeted goons to be able to rape, in 3rd world countries...
posted on 09/21/2011 6:36:28 AM PDT
("an armed society is a polite society" Robert A. Heinlein)
Inter-country adoption is highly benefical for children from poor, unstable or rigidly traditional societies.
Having spent a few years living in SK, I discovered that there is a huge stigma with being an orphan or being born out of wedlock (blood and family is all important in their culture), and there is very little support for them.
Korean babies that are adopted by Westerners live a much better life.
I live in Australia, an a friend of the family adopted a child from Korea. She is now university educated and working in a great job.
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