[ExI] FW: how the hell did this happen?

ankara ankara at tbaytel.net
Sat Jan 17 15:28:37 UTC 2009

Hi Spike,

The so-called child-protection agency (the CAS here in Canada) workers 
do this sort of 'kidnapping' as part of their mandate - no court order, 
no judge, no oversight, and no redress for their victims. CAS 
especially like to target newborns whose vulnerable (read, young, 
single, alone) new mothers are without resources (social and 

See for example, Bush-funded scam at Gladney

They are in the business of 'saving' babies - that is, transferring 
kids from economically oppressed but fertile groups (the 'unfit') to 
elite but infertile groups. So long as the gen-pop deems single 
motherhood and especially welfare-motherhood a blight on society, such 
subtle social cleansing will go on.

The 'adoption' market (manufacturing orphans) is fueled by the high 
demand for infants and driven by infertile elites who are willing to 
pay ANY amount, no questions asked. Pregnancy-highjacking, 
newborn-abduction, child-kidnapping - all perfectly legal and socially 


>  Please, am I the only one who is hearing major alarm bells when I see
> stories like this one?
> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,480248,00.html
> Particularly this comment:
> ...the DYFS did not tell police why the children were taken from their
> parents...
> So now the family services people have somehow been granted power that
> exceeds the local police, so that they can take children from their 
> families
> without having to explain why?  To anyone?  Even the police?  If the 
> family
> shot the DYFS people dead in their tracks while in the home, would it 
> not be
> perfectly justifiable homicide?  If the DYFS people were there 
> apparently
> without a warrant (and if a warrant, based on what authority?) with the
> intention of taking the children, would they not be kidnappers, and 
> richly
> deserve to find themselves on the receiving end of deadly force?  
> Where did
> this authority come from?  Is there some mysterious crypto-constitution
> granting these powers?   What is the role of the police in this case?
> In the egregious and shameful Yearning For Zion Ranch case, I also saw 
> the
> local police and sheriff standing around wondering what they were 
> supposed
> to do. In my thinking, if the family services decided they needed to 
> take
> children from any family (even a rotten one), they should be required 
> to
> work thru the local police, with a tall stack of justifying paperwork 
> with
> some really big signatures on every page.
> Do explain, someone who knows.
> spike

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