Sunday, April 9, 2017

The Global Chattel Ranching Industry Of Child Welfare

Privatization of child welfare services is no longer a concept, it is a global reality.

The Global Industry of Human Trafficking in Child Welfare 
The best part about watching this scheme unfold, is that no one is speaking upon the massive fraud in these fee laden child welfare programs, constructed through tax exempt NGO models, which profit from human trafficking of the poor.

First, personal responsibility policies unraveled the social safety net and created a new population of "The Poors".

Then came the waivers to untether any oversight of operations, billing and civil rights.

Now comes corporate social responsibility through social impact investing,the next phase of privatization in human trafficking, and it is tax exempt.

Keep in mind, when I mention human trafficking, it is inclusive of forced migration, or as I like to call it, "chattel ranching" the oldest form of survival.

These bonds are to be repaid through Medicaid.

Just keep that in mind.

TD Bank Supports New York City Nonprofit Growth with Nearly $461 million in Funding

TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®announced today that it provided a total of $460.8 million to metro New York City non-profit, education and government agencies in loans, lines of credit and letters of credit during fiscal year 2016. The funding helped support key renovations, real estate transactions, municipal services and more for organizations ranging from transit providers to private schools.

Among the transactions closed by TD Bank's New York not-for-profit group in 2016 were:
  • $39.1 million to the United States Fund for UNICEF for a tax-exempt bond purchase to refinance its headquarter building in Manhattan, which reduces the interest paid by the organization by half, saving millions over the life of the loan. The United States Fund for UNICEF (USF) is the U.S. non-profit, non-governmental organization that supports UNICEF through fundraising, advocacy and education. UNICEF supports initiatives for child development, health, access to education and gender equality worldwide.
On a personal note, UNICEF does not have the greatest track record in Haiti.
  • $47.9 million to ADAPT Community Network (formerly United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, Inc.), for a tax-exempt and taxable direct purchase of Series 2016A and 2018B bonds. The proceeds were used to refinance renovation costs of ADAPT's offices and to move educational services into the same space, creating operational efficiencies and freeing up additional space for a non-profit tenant within their building. ADAPT offers more than 75 comprehensive programs including medical, clinical, educational, technological, residential and rehabilitative services to more than 14,000 New York City residents and families annually.
More unregulated, tax exempt child welfare programs to fund political campaigns so they can further invest in these social impact bonds!
  • $10 million loan to The Windward School to support the purchase of a residential building as part of its Manhattan campus. Windward is a coeducational, independent day school dedicated to providing a proven instructional program for children with language-based learning disabilities. The school's multisensory curriculum is designed for students of average to superior intelligence who can benefit from a unique educational experience through direct instruction in small classes combined with opportunities for social and emotional growth.
Language-based learning disabilities is just a fancy way of billing to teach imported kids English.

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