Right now, the UK Real campaign to stop child abuse, especially child sexual abuse is concretising, and strong & seasoned activists are drawing together, alongside newer people, who have realised the enormity of this horror, as we grasp the enormity, we find that the more we look, the more we find, and it can get overwhelming….this is why uniting & info sharing, without competing is vital…..we are taking on a monstrous, living, and state, universally supported thing, that has been amongst us, and whether we realised it or not, has effected & infected all of our lives, to some degree, thankfully there are so many who having realised have come to committing themselves to doing their utmost to change this, and do whatever they can, this site has alot of information, USA, the reason tho, i,m UK, that i have always spread global links, is because, it all looks too similar, for me not to think that at these high end meetings, plans that are universal are made, and then only that we have different languages, laws, statutes, beliefs, mean that the dots have not fully been joined up. and why now, i,m working with the Join The Dots team, to pull this together as never before, thankyou to all of my worldwide, fellow seers, activists, doers, victims & survivors, that have all added to the strength that our mostly hidden army contains…………….
This talks about Title IV-E Funding and all the money that is made off the backs of children who are sold into slavery. As you read this you will see the States are rewarded for adopting out children. They make a bonus and they make a bigger bonus when they adopt out older kids.
FUNDING RESOURCES FOR CHILD WELFARE
The funding of child welfare services is very complicated. Public child welfare
agencies depend on a variety of federal funding streams for their operation.
These funds along with state and/or local general fund appropriations are used
to hire staff and provide services directly as well as to purchase services from
third parties. Each of these revenue sources has their own set of rules,
regulations and policy interpretations. Some are open-ended entitlements;
others are capped entitlements; and others are specialized, focused or block
grants. As a general rule, the greater the flexibility…
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