A black market for babies exists in China and many other countries. Could you be adopting one of these babies in Singapore?
Are you adopting a stolen baby?
Babies in China are being seized from their parents by government officials and sold into a ‘black market’ for children. A front-page article in The New York Times highlighted this shocking issue. Sources say that they cannot estimate the number of cases, however there might be as many as 20,000 children being kidnapped from their parents each year.
Babies are being stolen!
With the population control in China growing tight over time, people have been unwilling to give their children up for adoption, especially boys. In order to get paid large amounts from parents looking to adopt, this cruel market has come into existence. The bigger problem is when the adopting parents find out, it is almost impossible for them to trace the real parents of the child. In a country where Communism is meant to bring equality, acts such as these that are extremely money driven are taking place.
China is not the only country that has a black market for children. There are a number of other countries across the world where this takes place.