Multiple Organizations: One Purpose

So a new organization has come on the radar of the adoption reform movement.   The Coalition Against the Misuse of ICWA otherwise known as CAMI.   First they have a Facebook page and now a webpage.

Their webpage is particularly telling as it finally gives us a list of the founding members.

ICWA Members

Read line number four.   Home Forever, that is right.   Johnston Moore who only recently commented on this blog:

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So in October Home Forever had no official stance and now it does?    Why the sudden change of heart?

It is very telling that neither this nor his cofounding of the Coalition for the Protection of Indian Children and Families (CPICF) is mentioned on the Facebook page.   In addition his work with this “CAMI” isn’t mentioned either.

Also behind the scenes on this if you view the source on the CAMI webpage is this gem.

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Jessica Munday?   This gets better and better.

Those in the know remember Mrs. Munday from both her tireless work on the Veronica case and her tireless lies on the Sonya case.   In addition, she co founded the aforementioned CPICF.

Her twitter has also ramped up again with retweeting key players from both cases.

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First off, Bonnie Cleaveland complaining about being blocked by NICWA is PRICELESS.   Why?   Because a lot of people banned from posting on the CAICW page were mysteriously blocked without posting a single thing on the new Facebook page!   This makes me think Lisa Morris is in this woodpile SOMEWHERE but we haven’t proven it yet.

So here is the thing – it’s suspicious as it is with the crossover between CAICW and CPICF – why would Lisa Morris need to be in TWO organizations for the same thing, in fact to found two organizations.   Now, Johnston Moore is also doing the same thing – two organizations that he helped to found.   And why is Jessica Munday involved?  Who is paying her?

With the exception of Home Forever, each of the other organizations is made of people who profit from adoption.   Let that sink in for a moment, they profit from the breakup of families and the formation of new ones.   Many of the attorneys in these organizations are ones that know how to manipulate the law in order to get a product to sell.   Let’s be honest – private adoption is a money sink – price listings for babies at agencies and medicare fraud.  Native children are an easy sell, light enough to not be too different but different enough to be exotic.

I will argue that ICWA isn’t harming kids it is when ICWA isn’t followed that it IS harming kids.   Its when attorneys try to circumvent the law that it hurts kids.

Kids have a right to be with their families period.   Multiracial kids need access to all of their culture.   Both sides and all of it.

So follow the money and find where it leads.