Q&A: Do you think that IA adoptions are contributing to child trafficking or is there really not much….?

Question by Independ”ant”: Do you think that IA adoptions are contributing to child trafficking or is there really not much….?
of a difference between the two?
Do these questions asked by “child buyer” sound any different than yours and do you think if the forged “adoption paperwork” was easy as pie for them, wouldn’t it be conceivable that it was done for yours?
http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/Story?id=5326508&page=1

Best answer:

Answer by Heather B
Yes of course it is. The law of supply and demand causes the unethical practises rampant in IA today.

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4 thoughts on “Q&A: Do you think that IA adoptions are contributing to child trafficking or is there really not much….?”

  1. If there were no buyers, there would be no market. There would be no need for people to sell their children if no one was there to buy them. There would be no need to kidnap kids and sell them if no one were there to buy them. There would be no need for baby farms if no one were there to buy them. These things actually happen, every day. If people didn’t want other people’s kids so much, these things wouldn’t be happening.

    What would happen if we did everything in our power to keep mothers and children together? As I understand it, Australia is doing that, and they have less than 500 adoptions each year. Interesting stuff, that. I wonder what would happen to adoptions from China if there were no more buyers. The Chinese government would be stuck with the problem of caring for all those kids all the way through adulthood. Maybe they’d get tired of putting out all that money and decide to do something about it. Maybe some policies would change. But for now, they’re MAKING money off of their one-child policy. Makes sense, financially, to keep this policy going strong. Interesting thoughts. Very interesting.

  2. Wow, that is a horrifying report. Human trafficking accomplished so easily.

    Of course, most adopters believe they know everything about THEIR adoption situation and will always claim the process was ethical. Forgeries, fraud, child-selling – could never happen to my God-sponsored adoption! Never underestimate the power of DENIAL.

    And please, if you can’t have children, stop praying for God to find a child for you to adopt! You are asking God to destroy a family to satisfy your own needs.

    Instead, pray that every child is wanted, loved, and taken care of by their own family.

  3. adoption is not always good!!!!!!!!!! stop acting as if americans or in
    general the rich westerns are safing the world!!! if there are rights
    violations against the adopted child…it is bad for the aopted child! 

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