–From the trutherator–
So is headlined this article:
Like I’ve said, faceless bureaucratic agencies like UNICEF ultimately cares not about kids. Some of their workers might, but now the heavy-handed opposition to adoption to help starving kids either orphaned or abandoned is especially highlighted with media spotlights on Haiti these days.
It’s a timely example for the case against trusting big government, or trusting government at all. You get actual people who get drunk with the authority of their positions throwing their weight around. They work for the UN so they think their whims trump actual concerns for the kids. But they whine that they do it “for the kids”. Maybe a few start out that way, and it gets confused in their minds.
But like the kids that were traveling with the American missionaries, it turns out that the kids that actually had parents, those parents had begged them off so they could actually EAT. A mother’s decision to save the kid from their own starvation. But today’s United Nations Bosses must be wiser than Solomon.
So rather than actually pursue genuine child traffickers, with which Latin America is inflicted indeed, they incarcerate somebody actually trying to help! With the facts proving more damaging to Haiti’s image, though, somebody told them they could let eight of them finally go.
But they quietly kept back two of them. One of my family members, in an insight that comes from actually living in poor countries, said they thought these Haitian officials just wanted money. I think maybe it started that way, but as soon as it hit the news wires, UNICEF and the media took over and they had to act like they actually cared.
The proof is in the pudding. UNICEF is blocking adoptions, leaving poor children in in the street because orphanages don’t have any more room and can’t feed them.
Why don’t they spend those resources on actually going after some /real/ child traffickers? Are there some politicians there afraid of competition? Or is UNICEF top brass actually afraid they’ll waste a good crisis, like Rahm Emmanuel talked about?
Poor nations like Honduras, and yes, Haiti, should be wary of the Trojan horse of “help” from heavy-handed United Nations agencies, and other international “charity” works, including corruption-feeding “loans”. You saw what UN operatives did to Honduras last year, 2009.