Tuesday, September 04, 2007

International Adoptions Down 21% in Quebec

According to this article, the number of international adoptions in Quebec dropped 21% last year. There haven't been so few since 1990.

There are fewer Chinese and Eastern European children to adopt. These countries are managing to "control their populations" i.e. abort and contracept.

So now Quebec is turning to Africa to adopt AIDS orphans.

What's going to happen when that source dries up?

The article reports that Guatemala is becoming a centre of child trafficking for adoptions.

I can see the day when poor Third World women will conceive just to sell their babies.

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