Why westerners are more interest in adopting non western child, when more white children need adopt
Many western people prefer adopting non western children, resulting in much higher demand, then supply, 1/10 black or Asian child adopted by western family, are really stolen babies, faith base adoption agency conduct baby auctions and couples pay much money to get a black or Asian baby. Many white children need adoption, but not adopted, they bounce from one foster home to another, frequently abused, many live on the streets. And western nation don't allow foreigners to adopt western children. In Russia 1/4 of children are orphan yet, Russia government don't allow foreigns to adopt them
The short answer to this question is that it's easier and less expensive to adopt in those places than it is in the west. Western countries often have long, complex processes that expect adoptive parents to jump through a lot of expensive legal hoops. Elsewhere in the world, it's faster, and less expensive, to adopt a child.
Most white children available for adoption are older children in the foster care system, often with emotional problems or physical disabilities. Adoptive families usually want healthy infants. So they seek babies from abroad instead of taking in preschoolers or teenagers at home.
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