Friday, June 25, 2010

Couple attempts to sell their 6 month old baby at Walmarts on Thursday, June 24, 2010

You can find a lot of deals at Walmarts, but who would of thought that outside of Walmart's in the parking lot, outside of garden supplies that you would find a baby for sale in California's Walmart's?
This combination photo provided by the Salinas Police Department,  shows Patrick <span class= Fousek, right, and Samantha Tomasini. Fousek and and 20-year-old Samantha Tomasini face child endangerment charges after police say they tried to sell their 6-month-old baby for $25 outside a Walmart store. (AP Photo/Salinas Police department via the Salinas Californian)"
38 year old Patrick Fousek and 20 year old Samantha Tomasini, approached women out side of Walmart's in the parking lot and asked if they would like to buy the baby for $25.00 the women though that perhaps that Fousek was joking, but the man continued to ask the women if they would buy the baby.
I am glad and relieved to know that they approached these women or the end results could be different. These women contacted the police . Police arrested Fousek and Tomasini at their home, the police stated that the couple was high on methamphetamine.
Police reported also claimed that Tomasini told Child Protective Services, who took the baby, that she had breast-fed the infant while under the influence, Villegas said. The baby has been take from the mother and placed in the care of the State of California. The couple is being held on child endangerment charges.
Drug abuse has been around for a long time, and there are movies and stories that the media feeds to let you know that mother's use their children in exchange for their poison (drug) of choice. What is going on in this world when children, babies are being sold, stolen and used for slavery and body parts? How much is a life of a child today? One would think that it is more than $25.00. What kind of world have we come to when banks and animal rights are more then the lives of children? We hear arguments and see protesters when it comes to aborting babies, but where is the outcry when these babies and children are being sold? Where is the love for them then? Where is the outcry when these babies and children are sent off to foster care and they do not always get into a good foster care home and the abuse is worse then when they are with their parents. Why is their an outcry over an animal being abuse, but not children?
What is being done, to get a mother or anyone else that is in a child's life, to get help to get off of drugs? What is being done now to find out why they are on it to begin with? There are so many laws that are on the books, carried out in the world, what happened to the law of love thy neighbor? Where is the law, that when a parent cannot take proper care of a child, the family steps in without the laws of the land to care for that child without government being involved? As people who live on this planet, what is happening with us, are we to busy being entertained that we cannot now discern cries for help right in front of our faces, do we view them as a movie? Then we have to always ask, where are the drugs coming from, are the ones that are called to serve, serving the drugs to the communities? The trivial question is why did this couple think that going to Walmart's with their low prices and always finding away to be a part of the entertainment on the news was a good place to sell a 6 month old baby? Not that Walmart's is at fault in this case. As with all things did the media hype.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

After 4th homicide in 8 days, Chester County Mayor Wendell Butler declares State of Emergency

After Yadullah Muhammad of Upland, a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed late Wednesday. Sunday morning, 2-year-old Terrence Webster was shot in the head as his family was returning home after visiting relatives and on Friday, Raymar Holmes, 26, was found lying in the 1300 block of Crosby Street with gunshot wounds, the Mayor Wendell Butler of Chester County, PA has declared a state of emergency.
The State of Emergency goes into effect Saturday evening and will remain in effect for the next five days with the possibility of 30 more days. As part of the State of Emergency, Chester City officials will dispatch what they're calling "saturated patrol units" and enforce a curfew in five of the worst sections of the city.
How does a state of emergency effect law abiding citizens and what liberties does it take away from them. A state of emergency is a governmental declaration that may suspend certain normal functions of government, alert citizens to alter their normal behaviors, or order government agencies to implement emergency preparedness plans. It can also be used as a rationale for suspending civil liberties. ...
When a city is in crisis such as Chester is in right now, does it need a state of emergency, how about Chicago, why with all of the homicides and shootings has there not been declared a state of emergency there by Mayor Daley and other areas that are having this problem?
Of course when you look at the lost of human lives that have been taken and a two year old baby boy, we all want measures to be taken to stop the black on black crime in the neighborhoods.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Did the laws of the land and food cause 13 and 14 year old children to become parents?

In National City, San Diego, California a 14 year old boy stabbed the 13year old mother of his 1 1/2 year old daughter in the neck. The young couple was arguing over some jealousy issues. The mother is said to be recovering well and the baby is now staying with relatives. The father is being hunted for his violent act against his baby's mother. As reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune.
I know everyone must be horrified not of the act that the mother was stabbed in her neck, but that she is a parent at the age of 13 of an one and a half year old daughter. Maybe that was the shocker that The Union-Tribune was trying to stress to sell it's newspaper.
I think that everyone should look at the reason why this 13 year old a mother is a mother. What is happening to the youth of today that they are developing as quickly as they are? I am assuming that the 13 year old became a mother at 11 or 12 at the latest depending on when she will turn 14. Is this going to become more of a norm due to the foods that we eat, that we will hear of more stories like this?
Or does the shows that are on television play a vital role to this?
Then we also have to look at the effects of the laws that govern our children and take the parents God-given rights to parent their child turned over to the government like property.
With all the things that are being used against our children and us such as food and the laws of the land, can we expect to see more children becoming parents in their pre-teens?
H.R. 2749: Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009
For further information, watch these videos:
Food Laws – Forcing people to globalize
State Imposed Violence … to snatch resources of ordinary people
Oak snake image at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, Florida