LDS and Bethany Christian Services: I want your infant for adoption
Today the National Council for Adoption, launched a campaign to persuade mothers to give up their newborns for adoption. On a newly launched website iChooseAdoption.org, the Demons of Adoption, promote the notion of relinquishing with the slogan Sometimes choosing adoption is being a good mother.
With a glossy website, having classy looking young women of all colours and races, with grave looks of sorrow on their faces, the Council pictures adoption as a lifestyle option, as if they are selling iPods.
The website shows a promotional video, which will air in the next few weeks, in which a voice over, suggesting to belong to the young chocolate brown woman, says:
I always thought being a good mother, meant raising my children myself
But when I got pregnant, I realized I wasn't ready to be a parent
So I did something I thought I'd never could do, I chose adoption.
It was really hard, but I know my baby is with a loving family and has a very bright future.
Let's see how bright Nicolai Emelyantsev's future is, adopted by a loving LDS family and forever dead since last week or look at Hei Min Chung and Emma Alvey see how bright their future is, after being placed by the other big contributor of the NCFA, Bethany Christian Services.
From the iChooseAdoption.org website it is obvious whose work is promoted here. Go look for yourself and check our the Looking for adoption counseling? page. Search the various states and notice how in each state, where represented, LDS Family Services is listed first, followed by Bethany Christian Services.
It's sad to see that fellow adoptee and country music singer-songwriter, Rodney Atkins, chose to team up with the Demons of Adoption in this campaign, together they may be able to persuade young women to give up their babies Before the Devil Even Knows.