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Churches are paying the gov't up to $100 a month to spy on families
10-09-2015, 12:56 PM #1
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According to an Arizona Dept. of Child Safety document churches are working with social workers to spy on families and they're also using "Child Safety and Risk Assessments".

According to a Tuscon.com article church leaders are openly encouraged to collaborate with the government. The article goes on to explain how religious organizations will spy on families and help the gov't decide whether they should remove a child from their family!

"Called The Care Portal, the online tool allows DCS caseworkers who know of a specific need of a child or family to submit that request via email to nearby churches enrolled in the system."

“This is a way churches can partner directly, and that’s a huge game changer for communities,” said J. Michael Davis, the social services domain director of 4Tucson, an organization that promotes partnership in the Christian community. “We could take it anywhere. One church doesn’t have ownership. We are collaborating.”

The "Care Portal" is run by "The Global Orphan Project (TGOP)."

Churches in FIVE states are spying on families:

According to the article, Adrien Lewis launched "The Care Portal" at the end of 2014 in Austin, Texas, it has since expanded to FOUR other states; Texas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. (if you include AZ that's FIVE states)

Who is Adrien Lewis?

According to the TGOP "Adrien brings more than ten years of sales and management experience, serving most recently as the Regional Vice President for ATI Testing. God moved on Adrien and his wife Cynthia in 2007 showing them His plan for them to care for kids."

This is UNBELIEVABLE, according to the TGOP, it is God's plan for ministers, priests or whoever to spy on families for our government!

According to the TGOP their largest growth area is in the United States. The TGOP proudly boasts, we’ve “grown home.”

How long before EVERY church, mosque and synagogue across the country is spying for our gov't?

Incredibly the gov't doesn't have to pay a single dollar into the child assessment program...

Churches are paying the gov't up to $100 a month for the privilege to spy on families!

The gov't hopes the money churches donate to spy on parishioners will be used to support a regional 'spying' supervisor in the future.

"The service is free for the state and instead relies on donations from enrolled churches. The suggested monthly rate of $100 would eventually support a regional supervisor to mediate between churches and the department."

Risk assessments are B.S.! Check out this telling statement from page 9 of the Arizona Dept. of Child Safety ..."there is a lack of standardization in the criteria for assessing risk." In other words there's no "standardization" because it's all lies!

Unfortunately church spying doesn't end there...

Churches across the country have begun using facial recognition cameras to spy on their members:



10-09-2015, 04:29 PM #2
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You know Free, twisting facts is worse than lying.

You may not be lying with your story but definately using words and attitude to dirty the church.

Somebody else could easily write the same story with the same material in a different way, but positively acknowledging and showing appreciation for the things the church does in communities. Translations for your term 'SPYING' could easily be 'Keeping an eye', 'Caring', 'Helping', and so on.

“Our lives are not our own. From womb to tomb, we are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.” ― David Mitchell
10-09-2015, 05:04 PM #3
Kreeper Griobhtha
Posts:11,070 Threads:769 Joined:Feb 2011
I doubt if DCS is getting very much activity from church going families. Most of the people DCS has to deal with don't care enough to go to church. And the abused children in church are probably in extremist type churches that aren't going to cooperate any way.

Don't confuse my post with my acceptance of the church. I just think they are guilty of enough that we don't need to make shit up against them.

Imagine where we would be today if not for the spread of monotheistic religions. They set mankind back thousands of years when they took over.

What politics from both sides wants to teach us is that things are never complex. If you have your little package and something doesn't fit into that package, You don't know what to make of it so you want to dismiss it or then you will have to do the work of reconsidering your assumptions. - Michael Malice
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10-10-2015, 06:23 AM #4
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I know for a fact that Catholic organizations are taking money from the feds (bringing in illegals, HUD, etc), so why should any other church be different?



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