Transracial and transcultural adoption are popular subjects that receive added attention because of the many celebrities adopting children of other races, ethnicities and nationalities – often from different parts of the world.
Sandra Bullock’s adoption of a black boy in 2010 is one recent, headline-grabbing example.
The human robots are fascinating creatures to watch in their natural habitat.
Human rights programmes are available to these biological machine apparatus but hitherto there are no human automaton upgrade programmes with the cognitive capability.
The symbolic consumption of both the adoptee and the first mother enable the adopter to imagine internalising a spirit of primordial Otherness, which can fundamentally change them and enable them to step outside the confines of Swedish whiteness.
It also gives them a claim to a connection with the adoptee that goes beyond biology.
more Draft: The Biological Machinery Apparatus: Middle class Human Robots in the family courts: The Human Automaton Apocalypse – ‘They Live!
’Middle class professionals involved with the family courts at their most worse are analogous to Biological Automaton Apparatus (BAA, or robots; hereafter ‘human automatons’ or ‘human robots’), which on default mode automatically disable substantive rights of otherwise free (but stigmatised) families and children in the democratic United Kingdom simply because the ‘computer says no.’ Robots in the modern age have developed the capacity through the correct programming to avail learning and adaption.
The human automatons have not been programmed with adequate artificial intelligence capital (robot programming with limited capacity for criticism) to question things, decisions made by other human robots for the benefit of stigmatised families.
The artificial intelligence for the human machines is merely capable of limited output: the social worker human automatons process the command, ‘family and child investigations.’ There is not hitherto a program for systemic moral ‘output’ such as independent thinking or checks and balances where ethical issues feature.