SMAAC Announces Jolie Movie Boycott

SMAAC invites organizations interested in Family Preservation and exposing the truth about adoption to join them in boycotting the movie, The Changeling, in protest of the recent questionable adoptions by actress, Angelina Jolie
Nov. 10, 2008 - PRLog -- Senior Mothers Adoption Activist Coalition or SMAAC, an organization for women who were forced to surrender children to adoption during the EMS (Era of Mass Surrender) from WW2 to 1973 announce a boycott of the movie, The Changeling, with Angelina Jolie.  

We find it ironic that the movie, based on the loss of a child and the subsequent attempts to cover up the blunders in the investigation and follow up seems a strange choice of an appealing vehicle for Jolie, who has become a sort of icon of Serial Adoption.  Particularly ironic is the impassioned, Sarah Bernhard-esque, chest-pounding scene shown in the advertisement, where she states, with great drama and sincerity, “I want MY son!” which is precisely the feeling that the mothers of that era expressed about the time when their children were forcibly taken to be adopted by more worthy (due only to their marital status) people..

One can only speculate at her motivation, but the choice is particularly painful for women whose children were no more orphans than some of the babies adopted by Jolie.  We would urge all who value the natural family and its sanctity; join us in our boycott of this film.

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Senior Mothers Adoption Activist Coalition is an organization of women who lost children to forced surrender during the Era of Mass Surrender, from the end of WW2 to 1973. We came together on the internet, found strength in healing and are speaking out against the injustices of that era.

Senior Mothers; Older, empowered and demanding justice.
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