Exposing the REAL Child Traffickers: EVERY Foster or Adopted Child is Wanted by Someone – The Child Welfare System Needs to be Abolished

9News out of Denver, Colorado has done some good investigative reporting recently on the status of legal child trafficking in their state, known as the "Child Welfare System." With access to both federal funds as well as state funding, it is much more lucrative for the State to place children in foster care and make them available for (adoption) trafficking than it is to let the child's own family take care of them. While this is a problem in every state in the U.S., it is apparently especially bad in Colorado according to a new report published by the National Coalition for Child Protection Reform. 9News in Denver interviewed one local family who exemplifies this problem, as they have tried to adopt their own niece, who has already spent 2 years with them, but the State wants to place their niece with foster parents who are not related to the family instead. Statistics compiled over the years on the Child Welfare system clearly show that low income families, who are overwhelmingly minorities (Blacks, Natives, and Latinos), have a much higher rate of their children being put into the Child Welfare System than wealthier families, who are also the ones that make up the bulk of foster and adoptive parents, and are overwhelmingly White middle class Christian Conservatives. 85% or more (depending upon the state) of these children are removed from their homes, NOT because they were being abused, but because they were removed under the more broad term of "neglect," which has a wide range of interpretation, such as "medical neglect" when a parent refuses to comply with a doctor's opinion for medical services, such as vaccines. Other published studies have shown that even when the children have "troubled parents", which the vast majority of the time is defined when the parents are labeled as "drug abusers," (which almost always means illegal drugs such as marijuana, but NEVER prescription drugs, the choice of drugs for most middle class parents), those children of these "troubled parents" still do MUCH better in their "troubled" homes than they do in Foster Care, which is the nation's #1 pipeline for child sex trafficking. This is where the REAL child trafficking occurs in this country, and the only solution to end this child trafficking is to abolish the Child Welfare System. What kind of twisted, corrupt system exists to provide funding for strangers to parent other people's children, but almost nothing for biological families to keep their own children?

U.S. Government Wants Facial Scans of All Children: To “Protect” Children or to Traffick Them?

The FTC (Federal Trade Commission) of the federal U.S. Government is considering allowing businesses to use biometric facial scans of children under the age of 13 as "a new mechanism for obtaining parental consent." As the FTC noted in this press release, "Under the COPPA Rule, online sites and services directed to children under 13 must obtain parental consent before collecting or using personal information from a child." So are parents of children under the age of 13 the ones complaining about online sites collecting data on their children and petitioning the FTC to protect their children? No, businesses are the ones petitioning the FTC to allow face scans of children under the age of 13, allegedly as an "age verification" system. They claim that the images collected are "privacy-preserving", but the mere act of allowing a young child's face to be scanned "with their actual month and year of birth" means that they are stored in a database somewhere where pedophiles will now have access to that information. And those pedophiles are not just cartel members living in the jungles of far away places like Columbia. No, they are working in our government, in our nation's child welfare system in child "protective" services, in our schools and in our churches, as we have so often documented here at Health Impact News over the years. The United States today is perhaps the most dangerous country in the world to raise a child, and every parent needs to understand that their child is in constant danger of being abducted, usually by our own government, and being trafficked. What can a parent do to protect their children?

Sound of Freedom Film Falls Short of Revealing Who are the Ones Trafficking Children and How to Stop It

I was able to view the recently released movie "Sound of Freedom" in a local theater last night, which amazingly was sold out in a Monday evening showing more than a week after the film's release. The film stars Jim Caviezel playing the part of Tim Ballard, a former Special Agent for the Department of Homeland Security who was assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, and started his own organization, Operation Underground Railroad, a nonprofit focused on rescuing trafficked children. The production of this film reportedly began more than 5 years ago, and since at least 2021, I have seen numerous interviews and articles about Jim Caviezel talking about this film along with such topics as adrenochrome, Satanic ritual abuse, organ harvesting, and other such dark topics that we have covered for the better part of a decade here at Health Impact News. While this is definitely a good film that I recommend everyone to watch if they get a chance to, be forewarned that none of these darker topics are even addressed in this film, nor is there any real call to action with practical advice on how to actually stop child trafficking.

Florida Parents Continue to Expose Child Trafficking as Pleas to Abolish the Nation’s “Child Welfare” System Pick up Momentum

We have previously reported about a lawsuit in Florida where dozens of parents were suing the State for illegally taking their children away from them. This has been an ongoing problem in Florida, where children are taken away from families who love them, and put into the foster care system where they are often sexually abused and trafficked. The original lawsuit filed last year has since been thrown out by a judge calling it a "shotgun complaint." The lawsuit accused the State of taking away their children illegally, and placing them with strangers instead of placing them with relatives. Many parents and their attorney have now amended that lawsuit and refiled it on the grounds that their Constitutional rights have been violated. Interestingly, Gov. Ron DeSantis, who was a defendant in the original lawsuit, seems to have been dropped in the amended lawsuit. The late Georgia Senator Nancy Schaefer was one of the first to call for an end to the nation's Child Welfare System over a decade ago, and it cost her her life. But a couple of new books just published this year, 2023, show that others have now taken up the call to end the nation's child trafficking system that is so wrongfully referred to by such terms as "Child Welfare" and "Child Protection Services."

Judge: FBI Protected Mom who Made $200 million Selling up to 8000 Children over 40 years – Gets Only 3 Months in Minimum Security Prison

Margaret Cole Hughes, Director of European Adoption Consultants (EAC), earlier this year accepted a plea deal from the U.S. Department of Justice to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States and one count of making a false statement to the Polish Central authority in front of Federal Court Judge James Gwin in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Ohio. Defense attorneys admitted in court filings that Cole is still in business after making $200 million over 40 years from selling 8000 children through fraudulent international adoptions. According to Judge James Gwin, the FBI protected Cole’s child trafficking network for 40 years and failed to investigate her. Instead, it was the State Department that investigated Cole. Cole’s stepson, Robert E. Hughes III, still works for the FBI. He was assigned to investigate her case by Andy McCabe, who at the time, was Acting Director of the FBI. Defense attorneys said the evidence against their client would have filled the Library of Congress. Cole is wanted for child trafficking fraud in Poland. Margaret Cole Hughes, 75, began her three-month prison sentence in Alderson Federal Prison as a result of her plea deal. It is located in the resort area of Greenbriar, W. Virginia.

How the Christian Church and U.S. Government Work Together to Traffick Children Worldwide Through the Lucrative Adoption Business

The European Adoption Consultants (EAC) is a business that was set up in 1991 by then President George H.W. Bush and Bill Barr, his Attorney General. This agency has been caught numerous times in its 41-year history trafficking children by fooling parents in poor countries with financial incentives, like promising an education for their children abroad, and then placing them in Christian orphanages where American families will pay a high price to adopt the children. These families willingly buy these children because in most cases they have been lied to, stating that the children were either orphans, or that their parents did not want them, when the truth was that these children were kidnapped for financial gain. CNN actually did an investigation on the EAC in 2017, interviewing parents who had been lied to about their adopted children, and then found out from the children themselves that they had parents back in their home country who loved them. I am certainly not a fan of CNN, nor Anderson Cooper and his known ties to the CIA, but this is undoubtedly one of the best investigative reports they have ever done, even if it was politically motivated. Bill Barr and the late George H.W. Bush are not the only high ranking political officials to be reportedly profiting from the trafficking of children. The Clinton Foundation has been involved in adoptions in Haiti for many years. Larry Romanoff, in his very excellent expose on the CIA MK-ULTRA program and child sex trafficking, mentions Haiti as one the CIA's bases of operation. The Clinton Foundation's role in adoptions out of Haiti made news in 2010 when Evangelical Laura Silsby and American Baptist missionaries from Idaho tried to traffick 33 children out of Haiti, claiming they were "orphans." At least two of the current U.S. Supreme Court Justices also have adopted children, and during their confirmation hearings, which typically pit the party in charge against the minority party challenging the Supreme Court nominations, the Right Wing media was appalled that anyone would question the adoption of their children, saying that such questions about how they adopted their children was "off limits." The most recent was Judge Amy Coney Barrett, nominated by President Trump, and has children who were adopted from, Haiti.

“Young Blood” – The Emerging Market for Products Made from the Blood of Children

Last year, we brought to the attention of our readers the growing market for "young blood," and products derived from the blood of children and young people, when Netflix launched their new show in August of 2020 called “Biohackers.” We also reported how the drug "adrenochrome," harvested from terrorized young children who produce blasts of adrenalin, including children murdered in Satanic Ritual Abuse, was beginning to get mainstream media coverage outside the U.S. back in 2020. While the corporate media in the U.S. would like to ignore and censor anything related to adrenochrome, "young blood" is a concept that they apparently want to bring mainstream and condition the public to accept. So it was no surprise that Newsweek ran a major article on "young blood" last week, which was mainly positive and tried to present drug research into making products from "young blood" as "scientific" and inevitable. There is even an official "scientific" name for this research now: "geroscience." Geroscience "seeks to understand molecular and cellular mechanisms that make aging a major risk factor and driver of common chronic conditions and diseases of older adulthood," according to the National Institutes of Health. The admitted "problem" with developing these drugs derived from the blood of children and young adults, is where to get it.

Child Trafficking Increasing Under Biden? Corporations with History in Child Sex Abuse Vying for Government Contracts to Handle Children Coming Across the Border

THE INFLUX OF children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border over the last three months is focusing attention — and criticism — on the Biden administration’s immigration policies. Even as officials claim that they are processing and releasing children as quickly as possible, a bottleneck has kept thousands of children in Border Patrol custody longer than the court-mandated maximum 72 hours, with more than 100 kids held for more than 10 days, sometimes in harsh conditions. The influx has reached a level where Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas directed the Federal Emergency Management Agency to, as a Homeland Security statement put it, “look at every available option to quickly expand physical capacity for appropriate lodging.” In its effort to house child migrants as they pass through various agencies’ custody on their way to placement in the U.S., the federal government is likely to turn to an all-too-familiar resource: Private companies that operate custodial facilities which straddle the line between shelters and detention centers. TWO COMPANIES POISED to try for roles related to the Homestead facility have checkered histories in immigrant detention. One of them, Serco, has not contracted to do immigration detention in the U.S., though in 2015, the company pitched itself to members of Congress with family detention in mind. (Serco was awarded a $1.25 billion federal contract in 2013 to help institute online exchanges for the Affordable Care Act.) In the U.K. and Australia, however, the company faced allegations of sexual assaults by its employees against female detainees in their custody. After a parliamentary investigation, Serco apologized and revealed that it had dismissed 10 of its employees. In the U.K., the company’s prison contracts were also reviewed in 2013 amid allegations that it was charging the government for services it was not providing. The company was fined 23 million pounds, or over $30 million, and no criminal charges were brought against it. Caliburn and its subsidiary Comprehensive Health Services previously faced allegations of sexual assault against children at the Homestead facility. After it was shuttered in 2019, a report revealed that there were four separate child sex abuse claims, resulting in the firing of one employee and the resignation of two others. The investigation, conducted by the Administration for Children and Families, also found that Caliburn did not run child-abuse background checks for their employees. 

700+ Children Remain in Detention at US Border, 200 for over 48 hours, Amid Spike in Unaccompanied Crossings

Unaccompanied minors coming across the Mexico - U.S. border has been a problem under many presidents' terms. In 2016 we published an article about Sen. Rob Portman's six-month investigation looking at 125,000 unaccompanied minors who had crossed the U.S. borders into the United States since 2011, reportedly fleeing violence and unrest in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Quote: "Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) recently published a six-month investigation looking at 125,000 unaccompanied minors who have crossed the U.S. borders into the United States since 2011, reportedly fleeing violence and unrest in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. This U.S. Senate report concluded that the Office of Refugee Resettlement, an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has failed to protect these children from human trafficking, leaving them vulnerable to abuses at the hands of government-approved caretakers. U.S. law requires HHS to ensure that unaccompanied alien children (UAC) are protected from human trafficking and other forms of abuse. However, this is not happening." This report was conducted under then president Obama. It looks like Biden is continuing that same policy, as UACs are being sent to the border, where more than likely they will end up in the corrupt foster care system and being trafficked.

Is There an Arizona and Mormon Connection to Child Trafficking in Arkansas and Senator Linda Collins-Smith’s Murder?

Episode 6 of The Medical Kidnap Show aired on November 10, 2019, on KFNX Talk Radio 1100 out of Phoenix at 9 p.m. Sunday night. (11 p.m. EST) The guest interviewed on the show was Kathy Hall. Kathy is a grandmother who was living in Arkansas when her daughter was tragically killed by a hit-and-run vehicle being driven by an illegal alien. Her daughter left behind a young child, and Kathy has been fighting to get access to her granddaughter ever since. Getting no help from attorneys in Arkansas, Kathy turned to an Arkansas State Senator, Linda Collins-Smith, to help her get her granddaughter back. The two became close friends until Linda Collins-Smith was murdered in Arkansas, within hours after returning from a week-long trip to Arizona, where she was reportedly investigating child trafficking. Kathy then found out through a Social Media post that her granddaughter had already been adopted out to a Mormon family who then left the State of Arkansas and moved to Wisconsin. The attorney who allegedly arranged the adoption was Paul Petersen, an adoption attorney who was also the Maricopa County Assessor in Arizona, and who has since been indicted on federal charges in three states, including Arizona and Arkansas, for human trafficking.