Social Care Or Social Scare
Social work has its roots in the social and economic upheaval wrought by the Industrial Revolution, in particular the struggle of society to deal with poverty and its resultant problems. Because dealing with poverty was the main focus of early social work, it is intricately linked with the idea of charity work, but it must now be understood in much broader terms ((Wikipedia).
There is a consistent pursuit of criminally relevant acts committed by employees of protection and justice.
‘They simply took the funds from foster care incentives and allotted them to adoption incentives. the end result is simply that instead of children being falsely removed and bouncing from home to home, they are simply pushing them into adoptions so fast there is not time to determine if the adoptive parents are fit or not.’
Angela Ramos who is from the United States goes on further by stating, that the national adoption and safe families act is a stinking joke and very dangerous for the children! They are doing the same in the UK, right now! There are some nasty things going on .. There are people on twitter who are coming out to promote adoption parties for older children.
via Social Scare.
Angela writes, this has been out in the open for several years and still nothing has changed. well, not for the better anyway. some changes were legislated, but not any that would make things better for the children.
In Nebraska, they have the highest removal rate in the entire nation, and not by just a little, either. Angela recalls, it was 7 times as high as what other states have, especially in our rural areas where populations are low. the removal rates are through the ceiling. When you throw in the abuses, molestation, and even deaths of these children by foster parents when the real parents only crime was not washing the dishes, it can only be described as pure evil!
Meanwhile, children who really are abused are dying because they are not removed. I write papers and news articles, have written politicians, called everyone I can possibly think of, even talk show hosts and the news/newspapers, and gave speeches to my college classmates, but its like nobody gives a you-know-what. I did manage to get the law in my state changed so parents have a right to a competent lawyer, but that was as far as I got. Finally, I stopped beating my head against a wall and just speak out when I can and look for reasons to write articles about the truth, in example the national foster care month etc.
Perhaps if things change for the better in the United Kingdom, those ideas can be used to fix things everywhere. We all hope and pray for change!
Many thanks to Angela Ramos for contributing to this article.