Legally Kidnapped translates Michigan adoption system to reality. The only item missing was Superintendent of Michigan Children's Institute, Bill Johnson.
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Friday, April 23, 2010
A Special Message from the Michigan Child Liquidation team.
Here is an article that I just came across from the great broke state of Michigan. A state which has stolen so many children, that they don't have the resources to house them all. So what do they do? Liquidate the assets. What a solution.
Michigan Heart Gallery Features Faces of Foster Kids
Lets take a look at this article point by point.
Hundreds of Michigan children have a simple wish. All they want is a family that they can call their own.
Translation to reality: They want their real families. Dreams of forever homes being pumped into their heads.
Friday marked the grand opening of the Michigan Heart Gallery. It offers a chance to be introduced to some of Michigan's children who are waiting and hoping for a home.
Translation to reality: The Heart Gallery is the Showroom Floor of the Adoption Industry. Picture displays of children stuck in the system. Don't let em fool ya. It's all about the incoming cash and the ability to present what is often misinterpreted as a positive outcome.
Smiling, laughing, serious, siblings, daughters, sons -- what these children all have in common is the need for a forever family.
Translation to reality: What these children all have in common is that they were screwed out of their family ties by the all wise and all knowing babystealers of Michigan's Child Protective Industry.
"To have a family is one of the most important things," said Heidi Raubenolt with Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange. "Kids need support in their lives."
Translation to reality: "Although having ties to their family is important, we over at the Child Protective Industry thought it best to screw these kids out of their real families and fail them even further by bouncing them around through the foster care system and screwing them up so bad that nobody wants them anymore. Now we're making one last desperate attempt to present our work as a positive effort in these kids lives."...more
Translation to reality: So we're gonna put them on display and hope to liquidate. Coming to a town near you.