Many immigrant children separated from their parents at the border will be “lost” in the system and eventually trafficked via Christian adoption agencies.
For many of the immigrant children separated from their parents at the border, their nightmare is only beginning. Many of these children will never see their parents again. Many are already being shipped out to Christian adoption agencies across the country where they will be be trafficked, and placed with conservative Christian parents eager to brainwash the innocent children in the grotesque attempt to create “warriors for Christ,” soldiers in the never-ending culture wars.
Reporting on this alarming and under-reported reality for Playboy, Christopher Stroop notes:
Meanwhile, there is another aspect of evangelical involvement in the separation of children that has not yet received the attention it deserves—and that proponents of human rights will need to keep a close eye on. It has recently come to light that many of the children taken from their families are being sent to adoption agencies across the United States, raising concerns that they will never be returned to their parents. This essentially amounts to the trafficking of foreign children, a practice in which many U.S.-based religious adoption agencies that operate in foreign countries have already been shown to be complicit.
In fact, there is already in place a huge and thriving business in the trafficking of children via Christian adoption agencies.
In her 2013 book, The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking, and the New Gospel of Adoption, Kathryn Joyce documents this alarming trend of conservative Christians adopting children removed from their natural parents via nefarious means to feed the business of Christian adoption and serve the agenda of Christian theocracy.
Bottom line: Many of the immigrant children separated from their parents at the border will be “lost” in the system, and eventually they will be sent to Christian adoption agencies where they will be trafficked as potential future Christian soldiers in the culture war, to be used as cannon fodder to create and cement a Christian theocracy in the U.S.