new

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Translate

Friday, February 05, 2010

Actress Mia Farrow Criticizes Haiti Adoption........






Now if only she would start bringing into light the corrupt practice of The Adoption Industry in the United States, which IS Closed Adoption.....

Along with the deception and back stabbing which IS Open Adoption many a time as well.....

For if any Adoptive Mother knows how bringing a child to America from another country can end up being a Hollywood horror movie, it would be Mia Farrow due to the despicable behavior of her child molesting ex-husband Woody Allen who so horrifically took advantage of her Adopted daughter Soon-Yi.....

And the unforgivable abuse he inflicted on poor Dylan Farrow......

Babies are still coerced and manipulated away from their Real Mothers everyday in this country due to the promise of a better life, but considering all the emotional harm the Adoption System itself causes countless Adoptees, it is beyond time light was shined on this nauseating truth too......

And the fact that Adoptees have been and are being Adopted by child abusers much more often than reported in this country.
Which does include some celebrities......
Like Adoptive Mother Of The Year (COUGH, COUGH, RUNNING FOR MY BASTARD BARF BUCKET NOW) Joan Crawford, (may she be rotting in hell)........

Associated Press
GENEVA –
"UNICEF goodwill ambassador Mia Farrow has criticized as "deplorable" attempts to take children out of Haiti illegally after last month's devastating earthquake.
The U.S. actress says groups or individuals who want to help Haiti's children should rather support orphanages or their families inside the country.
Farrow, who herself has adopted 11 children, says offering parents a better life for their children elsewhere is "completely unacceptable and immoral."
Adoption practices in Haiti are in the spotlight since a group of American missionaries was caught trying to smuggle Haitian children out of the country in the wake of the Jan. 12 quake.
Farrow was taking part by telephone Thursday in a news briefing for the U.N. children's fund's annual appeal".


And in case you have forgotten about the scandal surrounding Mia Farrow and Woody Allen let me refresh your memory............


"In 1970, Farrow married the musician André Previn. Farrow and Previn had three biological children (twins Matthew and Sascha, born in 1970, and Fletcher, born in 1974). They adopted Vietnamese infants Lark Song and Summer Song ("Daisy") in 1973 and 1976, respectively, followed by the adoption of eight-year-old Soon-Yi from Korea around 1978. André and Mia divorced in 1979, but remained on good terms. Lark died on Christmas Day of 2008.
In 1980, Farrow began seeing film director Woody Allen. Together they adopted Moses "Misha" Farrow (born 1978, adopted 1980) and Dylan "Eliza" Farrow (born c. 1985, now called Malone). In 1987 Mia gave birth to Satchel O'Sullivan Farrow, now known as Ronan Seamus Farrow. During their relationship, Farrow starred in many of Allen's films, and several of their children also made appearances.
Farrow and Allen parted after Farrow discovered a sexual relationship between Allen and her adopted daughter Soon-Yi. During the subsequent custody battle involving Farrow's and Allen's three children, Farrow filed charges that Allen had abused their daughter Dylan, then seven years old. Allen has adamantly denied the charges. A doctor concluded that Dylan "either invented the story under the stress of living in a volatile and unhealthy home or that it was planted in her mind by her mother" because Dylan presented the story inconsistently. The charges were dropped to avoid subjecting the child to a court trial, although a judge called Allen's conduct "grossly inappropriate". Farrow ultimately won custody of the children. During the public fracas, Frank Sinatra allegedly contacted Farrow with an offer to have Allen's legs broken, a courtesy Farrow wrote of in her 1997 autobiography What Falls Away.
Farrow has been estranged from Soon-Yi since Soon-Yi's 1997 marriage to Allen. Farrow called the loss a "tragedy" in The Observer and remarked that "she's not coming back." Farrow said of Soon-Yi: "She was on the streets in Korea when she was captured and brought to the state orphanage. And in a way I can see from her perspective — a very limited perspective — that she's improved her situation. For a little orphan kid from Korea ... Perhaps she's not to be blamed." In a widely circulated quote, Soon-Yi dismissed Farrow as "no Mother Teresa".
Farrow later adopted six more children, including Gabriel Wilk Farrow, adopted in 1995 and named after Elliott Wilk, the judge who oversaw Farrow's 1993 legal battle with Allen. Her adopted daughter Tam Farrow died in 2000 at the age of 21, following a long illness. In late 2008, her daughter Lark Previn died".

List of Mia Farrows Children:

With André Previn
Matthew Phineas Previn (born February 26, 1970; twin of Sascha)
Sascha Villiers Previn (born February 26, 1970; twin of Matthew)
Fletcher Farrow Previn (born March 14, 1974)

Adopted with Previn
Soon-Yi Previn, (born in South Korea, October 8, 1970; adopted c. 1978)
Lark Song Previn, (born in Vietnam, February 15, 1973, died in New York, December 25, 2008; adopted 1973)
Summer Song Previn (also known as Daisy), (born in Vietnam, October 6, 1974, adopted 1975)

With Woody Allen
Ronan Seamus Farrow (born December 19, 1987), (birth name Satchel O'Sullivan Farrow)

Adopted with Allen
Moses Amadeus Farrow (also known as Misha Farrow) (born January 27, 1978, adopted 1980)
Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow (also known as Eliza Farrow, current name is Malone, born July 11, 1985)

Later adopted solely by Farrow
Tam Farrow (1979 – March 2000)
Isaiah Justus Farrow (born 1992)
Kaeli-Shea Farrow (now known as Quincy, adopted 1994)
Frankie-Minh (born 1991, adopted 1995) (named after Frank Sinatra)
Thaddeus V. Farrow (born c. 1988, adopted 1994)
Gabriel Wilk Farrow

5 comments:

  1. http://orphansneedcash.wordpress.
    com (UNICEF approved)

    143,000,000 orpphans were actively not making news til Haiti! Du-OH!

    ReplyDelete
  2. just came across your blog.

    LOVE IT!

    As an adoptee.. I know that we are the silent minority, the only people who are not worthy of knowing our true identity. I share in your outrage and upset. I don't know how I haven't seen your blog before....


    Have a nice weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  3. One Rule For All:
    Damn good point. Thank-you :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks Amanda-it's always nice to find someone to be able to relate to and understand, so I am very glad you found me-I can't talk to koolaid Adoptees LoL and I'm glad you haven't ingested any toxic Goofy Grape :) you have a great weekend too, and Happy Valentine's Day.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I'm sort of a semi-koolaid adoptee lol. I have had a difficult reunion, to say the least. I reunited before I was a teenager. Extended family was not happy to see me, the ones that were dissappeared when my birthsister became jealous of my relationship with her father (my birthfather). They saw it as a betrayal of her if they loved me and cared about me..so one day they just dissappeared from my life. I'm one of 9 kids... 7 of which have been relinquished or taken into foster care. It's not been an easy ride. My adoptive family is actually wonderful- and I have a very strong loyalty to them. They are very open and accepting about my reunion ( both psychiatrists, very aware of adoptee issues and the issues surrounding adoption). I am actually an adoptee that was better off being adopted, at least given the cirucmstances that befell the 6 siblings that came after me, none of whom have had a good or easy life. My birthfather, who decided to raise my full sister alone when my birthmother left, could have raised me (comes from a wealthy family) but since my birthmother was not of the same social standing, and because I was his first child (very unwelcomed) even as an adolescent and then adult in reunion, they could not see me as the person that I was , I was still the unplanned pregnancy and the same their son brought on the family. And so, I understand how you feel. I take it things with your biological family haven't gone so well either..?

    ReplyDelete

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.