Criteria of A USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops
November 20, 2013 § Leave a comment
November 20, 2013, It’s become important for this blog to point out that not every child adopted out of a Canadian Indian family and subsequently placed into a non-North American Indian family in USA (or west Europe) is a victim-survivor of Canadian Scoops. Some ‘Canadian-North American Indian’ children were placed into adoption and foster care by their own biological families, and the subsequent adoptions were legitimate and the children’s immigration status in USA (and west Europe) documented-legalized.
USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, on the other hand, are just that, i.e. children – now adults – who were abducted, a.k.a., scooped, by Canadian Government officials in coordination with who were then the Elites of the child’s biological indian band, and placed in USA without the consent and amidst the out-and-out objections of the biological parents.
The paperwork necessary to distinguish an individual as a USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops, while enormously difficult to obtain, is obtainable. The paperwork is there, it’s accessing the paperwork that is difficult – to the point that victims likely don’t have the know-how or resources to obtain it – but, nevertheless, no matter how difficult it is to obtain that paperwork, it is necessary to obtain that paperwork if a person wants to prove that they are a USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops and not simply a child who was adopted out of Canada into USA (or west Europe).
Hopefully the Governments of USA and/or Canada will soon provide a regulatory framework that makes obtaining the necessary documentation obvious, easier and, immigration-wise, safer for those that believe they are USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops; in the meantime, if the same governments would provide guidance to their government-legal offices that victims reach out to in attempting to obtain this documentation that would be helpful. Without the framework or guidance, attempts by these possible Scoop Victims to achieve their paperwork is totally dependent on the discretion, intelligence, knowledge, compassion of each individual they speak with – which, in my experience, because the regulatory framework and guidance is not there for this particular group of genocide victims, can vary greatly from one office to another.