Petition till den nya sydkoreanska regeringen för att stoppa adoptionerna från Sydkorea till västvärlden en gång för alla

För alla som vill se ett slutgiltigt stopp på (världs)historiens allra längst pågående (och även utan några avbrott) och allra mest omfattande och massiva barnmigration liksom tvångsmigration (även om jag vet att det kanske inte alltid går att jämföra adoption med annan typ av människohandel som har ägt rum i historien och som äger rum idag i form av exempelvis tvångsarbetskraft eller för sexuella ändamål) som fortfarande pågår och som har pågått i över 60 år vid det här laget och innefattar kring 200 000 sydkoreaner som har adopterats bort till ett 20-tal västländer varav över 25 000 till Norden och 10 000 till Sverige nu när vänstern är tillbaka vid makten i Sydkorea (den sydkoreanska vänstern har då traditionellt varit kritisk till fortsatt adoption och tidigare sydkoreanska vänsterregeringar har även försökt att stoppa utlandsadoptionerna till Väst om än förgäves).
 
Please consider signing the petition ”Declaration Calling for an Immediate End to the Industrial, International Adoption System from South Korea” which is directed towards the new South Korean government.
 
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The deadline to sign and thereafter to submit this petition to the South Korean government is July 10, midnight, Pacific Time. After signing, please feel free to circulate this to garner further support and please make sure to include the July 10, midnight, Pacific Time signature deadline in your re-post.
 
”To the Government of the President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in:
 
Many people remember the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games when South Korea’s pride as a newly industrializing nation was ruined by the revelation of its shameful 35-year-long dependence on international adoption. Yet South Korea, now clearly recognized as an advanced nation, continues to send children to families in the West. After sixty-five years of overseas adoption, will the PyeongChang Olympic Games mark another moment in which national pride turns into national shame? As South Korea plans to host the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, we ask the Moon Jae-in administration to immediately terminate overseas adoption from South Korea. Although South Korea has addressed many of the root causes of overseas adoption over the past decade by introducing legislation to support single mothers and prioritize family preservation, we believe that South Korea, now more than ever, can end the needless separation of children from their mothers and families.
 
WE CALL UPON THE GOVERNMENT TO IMMEDIATELY TERMINATE INDUSTRIAL ADOPTIONS FROM SOUTH KOREA.
 
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South Korea’s international adoption program has been viewed as a model by adoption agencies in the West because it is a reliable and streamlined system that has delivered more than 200,000 children to parents in foreign countries since 1955. What should have been a temporary solution after the Korean War became a permanent one and South Korea continues to rank third in the world in numbers of children sent to foreign countries. Past efforts to end international adoption from South Korea have been stymied repeatedly by the lobbying efforts and demand for children by foreigners.
 
NOW IS THE TIME TO FINALLY END THE INDUSTRIAL ADOPTION SYSTEM, AND TO PROVE THAT SOUTH KOREA CAN BE A MODEL COUNTRY, NOT FOR ITS EFFICIENT EXPORT OF CHILDREN, BUT FOR UPHOLDING A JUST SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM THAT GUARANTEES A FLOURISHING FUTURE FOR ALL ITS CITIZENS.”