- Oct 18, 2008
- Self Employed
Thank you Sister!
I don't think the children are in danger either. But i do think a parent has a right to decide what direction they want their children to go. I also agree with everything else you've shared with me...with the exception of dismissing it until i'm 100% sure it's not true.
In response to the bolded part, I agree with that part but most African people don't worry about their children being looked out after by other Africans, unless they have been influenced by Europeans. We saw no proof, nor heard any proof that the parents had no say so in the decision making of what was taking place with their children.
I have to go back and see what video that was but in one of those videos, the white guy gave a strong impression that one of those women could not see her child anymore but then the woman points out to him which child was hers during a visit with the child where the child came to see her. It was the part where three girls came in hunched over and they left in the same way. The part where the white guy said the girl had no name. He wasn't being honest, he was giving us his own impression of things which was obvious.