Hundreds of children abducted prior to the Hague Convention signing were knowingly abandoned by U.S. State Department authorities from the outset of negotiations. This was a price that U.S. officials were more than willing to pay over the vociferous objections of parents in order to set the weak, international-law treaty ostensibly commiting the parties to a path against abduction into place in order to ease the issue back out of the public eye to the benefit of U.S. and Japanese corporate and military interests. … More Setting the Record Straight: State-Sanctioned Child Abduction Under American and Japanese Auspices
Wednesday, November 16th 2022, Rui turns 17 years old First, a story about a famous rebel. Cassandra is the daughter of the founders of Troy. She became a priestess in Apollo’s temple where, seeing her youth and beauty, Apollo bestowed a divine blessing upon her to try to win her favor: the divine gift of … More Persistence Without Sovereignty
“The parents used the court, which deprived my father of custody, who had no reason to lose custody, and gave custody to my mother who kidnapped me.
The court ratified my mother’s act of abducting and effectively controlling me.” … More February 2018 Children’s Human Rights Committee “Children’s Speech”
“In Japan, family abductions have given birth to a lucrative business with the collusion of the system” August 26, 2022 The text and images here appeared with a current dateline on various websites this week. The following is taken directly from site billed as La Prensa Latina, and appears to be published in Tennessee. There … More 3 Million Children in 20 Years. For Japan, Custody By Kidnapping Continues Unabated.