What Are U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Assurances Worth to Abducted Children and their Parents?


What value should be placed on U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s assurances that the Department of State wants to help parents recover their kidnapped children in Japan?

Judge this question for yourself. This is a link to recent public statements made by the U.S. Secretary of State, during a Washington “open house” event organized by the dubious  Department of  State “Office of Children’s Issues.”  Does this say “we are acting assertively to protect and restore human rights of,  and bring about justice for our children and parents”? Or does it say,  “I’m sorry that we aren’t willing to act assertively to protect the human rights of children or parents, but a few sentimental words of solace can’t hurt, can they?”

Hillary Clinton State Department International Abduction Open House Statement

Below is a letter from  Kizuna Child-Parent Reunion, an international group of parents of children kidnapped to and within Japan, asking the U.S. Secretary to act on her previous assurances  this week.

Open Letter to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

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About Brian Prager

I am the father of a beloved son who has been retained in Japan by his Japanese mother against my will. My boy has been kept out of contact with me since June, 2010. I am struggling to save him and get justice for us.
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3 Responses to What Are U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Assurances Worth to Abducted Children and their Parents?

  1. Jeff Ragsdale says:

    Well, she does say that the US is “doubling, tripling their efforts.” Hmm, considering what had been going on before, it doesn’t sound terribly overwhelming. Hope the letter from Kizuna CPR makes some headway.

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  2. Brian Prager says:

    Hillary Clinton was lying outright. There is no effort. the State Department doesn’t want to fight the Japanese for kidnapping children because it has no importance to oil money, military bases, strategic interests in Central Asian oil, and competition with China for petroleum and mineral resources.

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