About Adoptee Rage

Statistics Identify large populations of Adoptees in prisons, mental hospitals and committed suicide.
Fifty years of scientific studies on child adoption resulting in psychological harm to the child and
poor outcomes for a child's future.
Medical and psychological attempts to heal the broken bonds of adoption, promote reunions of biological parents and adult children. The other half of attempting to repair a severed Identity is counselling therapy to rebuild the self.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Adopted Children's Second Class Citizen Status


The Second Class Citizen Status of
Adopted Children

In the United States, adopted children are legally barred from the factual evidence of their true Identity. The adoption Industry insure's this wrong by retaining highly paid lobbyists to influence lawmakers, political ties and congressional members voting against challenges to current laws that may give any human rights to adult adoptees, that perpetuate the secrecy by keep the existing secrecy laws in place to the detriment of the adopted child.  The adoption secrecy law hangs on the distorted principle of the right to privacy of the biological parent.
Yet the law was not reciprocal to the privacy of the adoptee.
The Adoption Industry's profits depend on the secrecy principle as adopting parent's do not want adopted children to have or acknowledge any history that can potentially threaten the adoptive parent's custodial rights to the child. As open adoption has erupted in the U.S., causing tracking and accountability of each adopted child as a safety net, American adopters seek third world children because of the unlikeliness of tracing the child's past or the child's biological parent's finding them in the U.S. would be next to impossible when exploiting third world poor parents lacking financial resources to find or recover their stolen offspring children. The Adoption Industry's Lobby has enacted laws of disregard and inaction for stolen foreign children trafficked into the United States. Although the U.S. is one of three countries that fails to sign and enact the international community's anti child trafficking and rights of the child statutes, if a child is stolen and found in the U.S., the country of origin must be current and up to date on the international child rights convention in order to be acknowledged in a court of law, yet no such trafficked children have been removed from any U.S. adoptive home to be returned to the country of origin as of yet.
The United States plays a dangerous game to support such a disreputable child selling and buying industry that ruins the lives of children and their parent's from foreign and domestic country's due to the lucrative nature of buying and selling childhoods in the U.S.  
What we as U.S. citizens allow to continue, has no honor, Is a hypocrisy and  international disgrace of human dignity of enlightenment. We should be ashamed of our 4th world arrogance, behavior and actions of exploitation.
link: www.en.wikipedia.org/second_class_Citizen/

second-class citizen is a person who is systematically discriminated against within a state or other political jurisdiction, despite their nominal status as a citizen or legal resident there. While not necessarily slaves, outlaws or criminals, second-class citizens have limited legal rights, civil rights and socioeconomic opportunities, and are often subject to mistreatment or neglect at the hands of their putative superiors. Instead of being protected by the law, the law disregards a second-class citizen, or it may actually be used to harass them (see police misconduct and racial profiling). Systems with de facto second-class citizenry are generally regarded as violating human rights. Typical impediments facing second-class citizens include, but are not limited to, disenfranchisement (a lack or loss of voting rights), limitations on civil or military service (not including conscription in every case), as well as restrictions on language, education, religion, freedom of movement and association, weapons ownership, marriage, gender identity, adopted child's false Identity, expression, housing and property ownership. 
The category is normally unofficial, and the term itself is generally used as a  pejorative  and governments will typically deny the existence of a second class within the polity. As an informal category, second-class citizenship is not objectively measured; however, cases such as the South American under segregation apartheid in South Africa, and Roman Catholics in Northern Ireland during the parliamentary era are all examples of groups that have been historically described as having second-class citizenry.
By contrast, a resident alien or foreign national, and children in general, may have limited rights within a jurisdiction (such as not being able to vote, and having to register with the government), but is also given the law's protection and is usually accepted by the local population. A naturalized citizen carries essentially the same rights and responsibilities as any other citizen (a possible exception being ineligibility for certain public offices), and is also legally protected. 
Adopted people, in most states, have their original birth certificate sealed for 99 years at the time of their adoption and cannot access it without a court order for medical necessity.