Amidst all the hullaballoo and boycott threats surrounding the opening of the Warner Brothers film, "Orphan"...lies the most insidious problem of all: the money grubbing family deconstructionists!
The real horror is that once again organizations such as The Congressional Coalition on Adoption, The Assoc. of Adoption Attorneys, ACT for Adoption -- all of whom are spearheading the campaign.
Why are they doing so? Simple! All these organizations represent adoption attorney who feed on baby selling, fear a loss in sales and a drop income flow. These vultures are once again using the numbers of children in foster care and in orphanages around the world, as if they cared at all about that. Unfortunately, such kids are left behind as predatory baby brokers pressure, coerce, and find babies that have been stolen or kidnapped and trafficked around the globe to sell for international and domestic adoption and fill their coffers! These are the same slime than use foster kids to promote ever increasing tax benefits for their constituents to adopt internationally and ignore the kids they purport to help.
And now they worry this film might scare off some potential customers. They pretend to worry and act concerned and benevolent because they know their customers don't really adopt orphans any more than Madonna did! And their customers know it too.
Those few special souls who are willing to take in special needs kids are not going to be scared away by a stupid fictionalized movie about a girl who did not even really come from the orphanage!
The real horror of adoption is this: that the children who might benefit from a new family are left behind in a market economy that seeks younger and allegedly healthier children.
The horror is the total lack of control of who can hang out a shingle and call themselves an adoption "agency".
The real horror is the coercion, exploitation and child trafficking!
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Mean while MTV sees fit to exploit the lives of young women in crisis with a series entitled "16 and Pregnant". I bet the adoption vultures applaud this, or at the very least would not raise on syllable against it. Will we??