Calling on all humanists and feminists: We need to advocate a halt to newborn adoption trafficking. 97.7% of mothers are coerced/bullied into “adoption” due to lack of financial security and/or single status. Yes, this is still happening in the 21st century. Private attorneys and companies, along with religious charities, comprise a multi-billion dollar adoption trafficking industry in the US alone. Newborns fresh from the wombs from impoverished, disenfranchised girls and women go to the highest bidders deemed “appropriate” by baby sellers. Unsurprisingly, Alabama domestically leads in this crime against humanity with “pre-birth consent”, which is grossly misrepresented as a consideration, or preliminary, but a fetal relinquishment in legal actuality. Yes, FETAL relinquishment – a fallacy of fallacies and an oxymoron that shouldn’t exist. This reduces women to brood mares and babies to commodities and “gifts”. Last time this rhetoric was popular in Alabama, it was the 1860s….
Pre-birth consent is explicitly legal in Alabama, one of the few states where such inhumane “law” is practiced. Agencies in other states find loopholes to present targets with modified pre-birth contracts. Pre-birth contracts/consent must be declared unlawful and abolished at the federal level. Alabama state law regarding adoption has little recourse for a mother once she signs what she believes is only preliminary, or a consideration. She’s told it’s a “brave love” and that such “help” is more noble than social programs. Often, mothers are not informed of governmental services, to which they have an inherent right as a citizen and a human being.
Pre-birth consent, or contract, is unscrupulously and fraudulently presented to pregnant girls and women via pregnancy crisis centers, social workers, agencies, and charities as only preliminary or a consideration. Mothers are not told that such a consent is actually a relinquishment of their growing fetus. As reported by The Huffington Post, Donna Ames told Kimberly Rossler that final papers are not signed until after birth. Ames didn’t inform Kimberly that a pre-birth consent is actually a fetal relinquishment. Kimberly wasn’t told she was signing away her child and the usage of her body for the whims of a rich woman. Don Davis, the judge who signed away Kimberly’s and Elliot’s rights, sits on the board of Ames’ agency, Adoption Rocks. Every judge who has signed off or ruled on this case has political ties not only to Ames, but Adoption Rocks.
Adoption Rocks, Alabama’s worse adoption trafficking ring, has recently taken down their website. http://adoptionrocks.net/ However, I have screenshots of the fallacious statistics regarding single mothers, and claims that “birth mothers” do not need separate legal representation. Proof of this adoption trafficking ring was shamelessly and blatantly listed on their website as a list of OB/GYNs, counselors, and religious charities that Adoption Rocks utilizes to insure mothers are conditioned to be proper incubators for their clients. Adoption Rocks, like other agencies, pull mothers into their web via the charities and pregnancy crisis centers affiliated with their agencies. (The Catholic and Mormon churches still force adoptions. They’re just using adoption agencies and private attorneys instead of their own charities.)
Adoption Rocks currently stands as the worst agency in Alabama. The recent case of Kimberly and Elliot Rossler has exposed this agency and its attorneys, Donna Ames and David Broome, as well as every judge involved in Elliot’s case. It is important to note that every judge who has been involved in Elliot’s case of adoption trafficking is connected politically to Adoption Rocks, be it via the board or campaign donations. Ames used her legal network to unlawfully seize Elliot from Kimberly’s arms by filing through her pal, Judge Brown, who admittedly had no jurisdiction over adoptions. Ames is a campaign donor for Brown. How did these creeps get away with kidnapping a baby? They abused and twisted the law. This is corruption of local politics as well as our court system. If they can kidnap children, what else could they do?
The adoption trafficking ring of Alabama ensnares a mother the minute her signature is on that piece of paper she thinks is preliminary and innocuous. Adoption law is so corrupt and rigged in favor of baby-sellers and baby-buyers, that if a mother does fight an adoption and wins, she is responsible for all legal expenses of the adopters and any aid previously received. The law states that she has five days, yet what if she has complications that keep her hospitalized and she’s unable to file the correct and specific paperwork? Adoption Rocks promises a mother doesn’t need her own legal representation; but, when she declines to give her baby to strangers, a mother is told that the agency doesn’t represent her. She must find her own means to file papers. Mothers are kept legally illiterate. They are not informed about proper notifications and notaries. Often, the attorneys show up in the hospital room demanding that a mother finalize the adoption papers, stating she must do so before she can hold her baby. Adopters typically watch the birth, which is a recent all new level of creepy in the world of newborn adoption.
What is legal is not necessarily ethical. And Alabama state law is often exceedingly unethical. Not only this an embarrassment to the state but the nation as well. Alabama adoption law and its adoption agencies, namely Adoption Rocks, is in violation of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Biological/natural families are ripped apart. Mothers are kept ignorant of the law, their rights, and social programs such as WIC and Medicaid. Girls and women are legally and socially reduced to incubators as their babies are trafficked. Single mothers are demonized and slandered. Adoption Rocks is in gross violation of these Articles specifically:
Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.
(3) The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State.
(1) Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
(2) Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations:
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Adoption trafficking statistics, facts, and accounts:
Money in adoption trafficking: