Why should we be concerned about the work of Child Protective Services agencies? Because it’s a business and sometimes families are destroyed for the sake of profit, not due to abusive or incompetent parents. I’ve seen it myself… four beautiful children taken from their very loving mother and adopted out to an elderly couple in a town on the other side of the state. Both agency and adoptive parents were richly rewarded. If even a small part of the money paid to the adoptive parents had been spent to make the family home more acceptable to CPS, the State and Federal coffers would be richer and the children and parents would have been far better off.
CPS Workers in Public Schools…
NBC 2 News is reporting a new “partnership” between the Erie County Department of Social Services and New York public schools that would place a Child Protective Services (CPS) employee in the Erie County local suburban schools several days per week.
The media unsurprisingly reports this as a way to give school staff faster access to child welfare “expertise” and also “streamlining and expediting” the CPS investigation process. That is, the news is being spun to get parents – who are now seemingly potential criminals up for investigation – to accept this new, intrusive development while your child remains a ward of the State for eight hours a day, five days a week…
People who object to this move are aware of the corrupt, past actions of CPS often taking children from good homes and placing them with people who should not be anywhere near children. Both CPS workers are foster parents are paid by the State for this action while parents who are found later to have done nothing detrimental are helpless and barely represented. Worse yet, children become lost in the cracks, and often wind up abused and unnecessarily drugged.
Read more at CPS Workers Now Being Installed In Public Schools
CPS Kidnaps Children for Money…
“If I have it my way, you’ll never see your mommy and daddy again.” These cruel words were reportedly uttered to eight-year-old Jaxon Adams by a Missouri doctor working closely with Child Protective Services.
While we don’t know if this statement will prove prophetic, the fact is that some children will never see their parents again — or, at least, not for a very long time — because of CPS.
And it has been alleged that many of these youngsters are essentially kidnapped — for money.
The New American reported Thursday on the plight of Cleave and Erica May Rengo, a young Washington State couple whose three children were, many say, seized from them unjustly. And far from being alone, the Rengos have now joined a legion of parents whose kids have been abducted by the state.
But these are all abused children, correct? Virtually always. There is a question, however, as to who their abusers are. Is it the parents? Or the state? Or both?
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.
Read more at When CPS Kidnaps Children for Money