Sunday, February 18, 2018

Oxfam In Haiti: Why Did He Take The Birth Certificates?

Why did he take the birth certificates?

  • To sell the identities in the U.S.;
  • To get fake Social Security Numbers;
  • To get the Trust Funds;
  • To get Foster Care and Adoption Subsidies;
  • To get fake paychecks;
  • To get fake mortgages;
  • To get fake loans;
  • To get fake grants;
  • To get submit fake votes;
  • To get fake insurance policies;
  • To traffic more tiny humans with the identities.
The financial possibilities are endless.

Woman tells ITV News she began relationship with 'orgy-loving' Oxfam ex-Haiti chief Roland van Hauwermeiren at 17

A Haitian woman who claims to have had a relationship with the former Oxfam official at the centre of a sex abuse scandal has told ITV News he spotted her from an Oxfam vehicle in the street while she was eight months pregnant and told her: "I find you very sexy, how can I help you?"

Mikelange Gabo said Roland van Hauwermeiren, who ran the Oxfam operation from Haiti after the 2010 earthquake, took her number and sent her gifts after her baby was born in 2011 before their sexual relationship began when she was still 17.

She said the Belgian later lost interest in her "because he was with too many girls", adding that he "loves orgies" and "loves lesbians".

"In a week he may have five girls coming in and out of his place," she said.

Mr Van Hauwermeiren, now 68, has admitted "mistakes" but denied separate allegations he used prostitutes at his Oxfam-rented villa.

The international scandal has threatened Oxfam's UK and EU funding and seen celebrity ambassadors Desmond Tutu and Minnie Driver quit in condemnation.

Speaking from Haiti, Ms Gabo, who is now 24 and again pregnant, told ITV News she was the local woman who had the relationship with Mr Van Hauwermeiren, who she knew as "the big director of Oxfam".

She said they met in 2011 in Morne Calvaire, the neighbourhood where they both lived, as he drove past her as she returned home from her job selling suits.

Ms Gabo said they exchanged "good evenings" and Mr Van Hauwermeiren asked where she lived, then told her: "I find you very sexy, how can I help you?"

With her family home around 200ft from the Oxfam official's house, she said he then began sending gifts after the birth of her son, which her mother would collect, for the baby until she went herself to collect items.

"After one month I went to see him," she said. "He helped me, he gave me nappies, milk. He helped me and gave me money as well, for the child."

She said their sexual relationship began shortly afterwards and remembers she was "17 because it was right after I had the child".

Ms Gabo said Mr Van Hauwermeiren would give her and the baby gifts after he had been travelling.
"He would bring back children's clothing for the toddler and he brought things for me," she said.

Ms Gabo said locals even speculated her son was Mr Van Hauwermeiren's but said the rumours were false as she was eight months pregnant at the time they met.

She remembers Mr Van Hauwermeiren as a hard-drinker with a voracious sexual appetite.

"He used to have a lot of girls," she said. "He drinks a lot of whiskey and went clubbing a lot."

Ms Gabo said she only knew Mr Van Hauwermeiren had left Haiti when she visited his home to discover a "sign on the gate saying that he had moved".

She said she was was disappointed in him "because he was not supposed to leave without telling me".

Six years on, though, she said she felt no anger towards him, nor does she feel exploited.

"If God puts someone on your path to help you it is something to be thankful for," she said.

But Ms Gabo said Mr Van Hauwermeiren had "done wrong" by allegedly falsely offering work for young women.

"He took the birth certificates, promising them work, which never materialised," she said.

She also said she was unaware of how he used Oxfam funds.

While Mr Van Hauwermeiren has confirmed having a sexual relationship with a local woman, he denied giving her money.

In a four-page open letter, he said the relationship had "fueled rumours" that left him and Oxfam "compromised".

Mr Van Hauwermeiren also insisted he met the woman after giving her younger sister milk powder and nappies for her child.

However, Ms Gabo disputes the account and told ITV News she had the relationship with him and said the baby products he offered were for her child.

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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Angela Ward: Trying Something New & Hope It Can HELP.. How To Communicate With The Court.. Tools To Learn How To FIGHT BACK

When you have been ridiculed, slandered in the courts, lost all of your worldly possessions, including your children, based upon fraudulent information conveyed in an ex parte hearing, just like a FISC for a FISA warrant, where you have no money to buy justice, you teach yourself law and do it yourself.

There is no place in the U.S. Constitution that provides for a private corporation to dictate who gets access to the courts.

Angela Ward is a pro se litigant and is holding her own because she is an original source.

Just do it.


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How Poorly We Treat Children: The Nikolas Cruz Investigation

A few days ago a pattern began to emerge in traffic on my blog with these tags: 'Florida' and 'pharmaceuticals', right before the Florida school shooting, but why?

George Sheldon Is A Person Of Interest In Privatized Child Welfare Fraud & Trafficking Tiny Haitians

The media and internet lit up excoriating everyone from FBI to gun control advocates, from the advocates of weaponizing schools to demonic possession.

Murder and mayhem of children is a not just a crime, it is a moral turpitude and I feel the pain of the families, more than one would ever wish to know, but no one asked the most important question.

Why would a youth do such a thing?

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The first thing I saw was a young man smart enough to survive being one step away from living on the streets like the majoritiy of kids who age out the child welfare system.

Then I saw an older couple who took in foster kids for the money.

Then I saw an adopted child who struggled with mental health issues, and was probably under psychiatric care, which probably amounted to seeing his registered physician practitioner once a month for his refills of his antipsychotropic medications to make sure the adoption subsidies keep flowing.

But then his adoptive parents died.

Where was CPS?

Why did the school kick him out without referral to services, or let alone provide services?

Was he going through withdrawl of his psychotropic medications?

Was he over prescribed psychotropic medication?

Why was he living with friends, after losing his inheritance, or shall I call this the theft of his trust fund?

Why did the State of Florida fail this boy?

Because no one cares, not even Voices of Children of Broward County.

How is it this young lady was able to speak to the suspect while shooting was heard from a distance?

Senior at Douglas High School says she spoke to the suspect Nikolas Cruz at the school today from j awebi on Vimeo.

Then came a deeper look into the life of Nikolas Cruz where this may be a case of human trafficking.

Then, there were news stories about the shooting, hours before the shooting, which is not the first time this has happened.

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The screenshot was taken 6 hours after the shooting.  The story was published 9 hours before the shooting.
No matter what the investigation finds, or who is to blame, there needs to be a full scale investigation because this is a pattern far too familiar in schools, including how poorly we treat children in the U.S. child welfare system.

Nikolas Cruz: Troubled suspect had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Sheriff mugshot of Nikolas Cruz, South Florida school shooting suspect
Nikolas Cruz

Adopted at birth by a loving older couple, Nikolas Cruz seemed to struggle in recent years. His dad died when he was much younger and the 19-year-old’s mom died just 3 ½ months ago, neighbors, friends and family members said.

The portrait that emerged of the suspected gunman in the mass shooting was of a troubled former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who was expelled for disciplinary problems.

Cruz was arrested without any serious incident at a nearby house very shortly after the shootings, which left 17 people dead and several more injured, Sheriff Scott Israel said.

The AR-15 used in the mass shooting was legally bought by Cruz, attorney Jim Lewis told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Cruz already owned the gun when he moved in with his friend’s family in northwest Broward around Thanksgiving, Lewis said.

“It was his gun,” Lewis said. “The family made him keep it in a locked gun cabinet in the house but he had a key.”

The family did not see him shooting the AR-15 but did see him shooting pellet guns, Lewis said.
Cruz’s mother, Lynda Cruz, died Nov. 1. She was 68.

Family member Barbara Kumbatovich, of Long Island, N.Y., said she heard media reports about the mass shooting in Florida but had no idea the suspect was the son of her recently deceased sister-in-law, Lynda.

“Oh my God,” Kumbatovich said.

Lynda and her husband, Roger, who died many years ago, adopted Nikolas and his biological brother, Zachary, after the couple moved from Long Island to Broward County.

Kumbatovich said she met the boys only once, when they were very young and attended a family funeral in New York. Lynda was a stay-at-home mom and her late husband, who died when the boys were younger, had worked in advertising.

Lynda had always wanted to have children and the couple adopted later in life, Kumbatovich said: “I think it was just something she really wanted to do.”

The boys were left in the care of a family friend after their adoptive mom died Nov. 1, she said.

“I know she had been having some issues with them, especially the older one. He was being a problem. I know he did have some issues and he may have been taking medication. [He] did have some kind of emotional problems or difficulties,” Kumbatovich said. “[Lynda] kept a really close handle on both boys. They were not major issues, as far as I know, just things teenagers do like not coming home on time, maybe being disrespectful.”

Another relative, who spoke on condition of anonymity over the sensitive matter, said Nikolas had been diagnosed with autism.

Lynda, who died of pneumonia, adopted Nikolas the day he was born.

Nikolas’ father died from a heart attack, the relative said, and Lynda had sought counseling for Nikolas at a young age: “She did her best getting him any help he needed.”

After their mom died, Cruz and his brother lived with a family friend in Palm Beach County but Cruz wasn’t happy. He asked a friend, who he knew from his time at Stoneman Douglas, if he could move in with the friend’s family in northwest Broward, said Jim Lewis, an attorney speaking on behalf of that family. The lawyer would not identify the family.

The family let Cruz move in around Thanksgiving, gave him his own room and urged him to attend adult education classes, Lewis said. Cruz also got a job at a local dollar store, he said.The family were fully cooperating with investigators, he said. Detectives were getting a search warrant to look for evidence in Cruz’s room late Wednesday, Lewis said.

Another home, in the Lantana area, was also being searched late Wednesday.

Janine Kartiganer, who lives two doors down from Cruz’s former home, said Cruz looked “very troubled.”

“He wore a hoodie and always had his head down,” she said. “He looked depressed.”

Emily Sucher, 16, a junior who lives in Parkland, was in her TV Production class when an administrator announced over the intercom to evacuate the building.

She had seen the suspect, Cruz, around school last year and remembers him as an “off kid” who would “smile weirdly, make weird comments.”

Sen. Bill Nelson said on MSNBC that Cruz wore a gas mask and had smoke grenades. “He set off the fire alarm so the kids would come out into the hallways and thus he had the opportunity with a crowded hallway to start picking off people.”

Trevor Hart, 16, who knew Cruz in Spanish class at Marjory Stoneman, said they ate together once in a while in the cafeteria.

“It seemed like he didn’t really like school,” Hart said.

Cruz participated in Army ROTC at the high school. Cruz had “a bunch of weapons” and talked about shooting lizards, squirrels and frogs, Hart said.

Cruz seemed “a little off,” Hart said.

Shelby and Richie Speno moved on to the street where the Cruz family lived in 2005.
Shelby Speno said she’d been warned that Nikolas had caused trouble, such as biting a child and stealing neighbors’ mail. One time, he threw eggs at Richie’s car while he was driving.

“The family is devastated, they didn’t see this coming. They took him in and it’s a classic case of no good deed goes unpunished,” Lewis said. “He was a little quirky and he was depressed about his mom’s death, but who wouldn’t be?”

“Lynda the mom was always apologetic. She had her hands full,” Shelby said.

“They were very much on their own. The kids seem to roam around and come and go as they pleased,” Richie Speno said.

Police were called out numerous times, and Shelby said Cruz was seen shooting at a neighbor’s chickens.

“I told my husband I was so glad they moved. I’m afraid he was the kind of kid who would do something crazy,” Shelby said. “The older he gets, the worse kind of trouble he got into.”
Jonathan Guimaraes, 17, said he and Cruz were in JROTC together: “He was normal. He didn't have any issues.”

Cruz liked to go hunting a lot but Guimaraes said he thought Cruz only used non-lethal airsoft rifles.
Cruz was wearing a wine-colored ROTC polo shirt, black pants and black boots, when he was taken into custody. He was placed on a gurney and taken away in an ambulance. At 4:47 p.m., he was wheeled in to Broward Health North hospital in Deerfield Beach.

A short time later, he was brought to Broward Sheriff’s Office headquarters in a marked agency car that was part of a short convoy.

Handcuffed and wearing what looked like a light blue hospital gown, he was led into the building by deputies.

Math teacher James Gard said Cruz, a junior at the time, was in his class last year.

“He was a pretty quiet kid,” Gard said. “He was a very well-behaved kid in my class. He was never a behavioral problem in my class.”

Malcolm and Christine Roxburgh were neighbors of the Cruz family for many years.

“It was a wonderful idea. Two older people to have two little boys to look after. They were just kind people.”

Christine said Lynda asked her daughter, who lives up north, to take the kids when her husband died, but she refused.

He used to get into trouble and harass neighbors, the Roxburghs said. The police came to Cruz’s house many times, they said.

A neighbor across the street kept little pigs as pets.

“He didn’t like the pigs and didn’t like the neighbors so he sent over his dog over there to try to attack them,” Malcolm said.

Christine said one time she saw Nikolas peeking in her window.

“I said what are you doing here? He said he was looking for golf balls. I said ‘this isn’t the golf course,’” Christine said.

A neighbor once spotted Nikolas trying to steal a bike from the garage when the door was open.
Christine said when the boy didn’t want to go to school, he would bang his head against a cement wall.

When their daughter was driving to work, Nikolas “slammed his book bag into the side of her car. She got out and said don’t you ever do that again.”

“He could have killed any of us,” Christine said.

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On The Virtures Of Trafficking Tiny Humans: A Christian Sermon

The following is a christian (lower case 'c' is intentional) sermon on "saving the savages" to the tune of the imperialistic morality parade, on the virtues and profits of trafficking tiny humans. 

Are you being called to adopt?Both thy bondmen, and thy bondmaids, which thou shalt have, shall be of the heathen that are round about you; of them shall ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. Moreover of the children of the strangers that do sojourn among you, of them shall ye buy, and of their families that are with you, which they begat in your land: and they shall be your possession. And ye shall take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them for a possession; they shall be your bondmen for ever. 
Leviticus 25:44-46. 

Happy Christian Human Trafficking Season!

Are you being called to adopt?

I preached on a topic last Sunday that had never been my main point in over 35 years as a pastor.

I used as my text James 1:27, "Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world."

 The main idea of the sermon was simple: We have been called to care for the most lowly and downtrodden in our society, orphans and widows.

 And I went so far as to say that Christians have a responsibility to foster and adopt children in need. The fact that I am an adoptive father perhaps gave a bit more credence to my main point.

My wife and I were foster parents to four little boys back in the 1980s and 1990s, adopting two of them as our own. But I shared with my church family the deepest regret of my life.

We only fostered four children. We only adopted two.

 There were valid reasons for this. Finances. The fact that we moved from Georgia to another state, and we would have had to go through all of the training and paperwork again.

And I suppose I could give others. But the simple fact is that I wish today we had done more.

 I recently read that if every church in the United States had one family that would adopt one eligible child from the foster care system, the foster system would become obsolete.

I realize there might still be children in the system whose goal is to return to their birth families.

 But I want you to feel the staggering nature of that claim.

If Christians in America would "visit orphans in their affliction," (the word visit in the Bible always means do something), we could literally change the world of these children.

What would happen if we took this calling seriously? I’m not saying it would be easy.

In fact, I can guarantee that it will not be easy.

 Adopting or fostering an older child, or a special needs child, is a daunting task. But God has not called us to easy lives.

He has called us to sacrificial living.

God is not calling everyone reading this column, or hearing my most recent sermon, to adopt or foster. But he may be calling you.

Are you willing to hear him and say yes?

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Wanna Bet The SEC Investigating The Detroit Land Bank Authority?

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The Goddess of the Woodshed enjoying the magical
investigative petals of the SEC.
One day, while on my mission, I found a beautiful concept, blossom right before my eyes.

It was the jurisdiction of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

SEC probes Miami Gardens’ $60-million bond issue; Were bond funds diverted?
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Miami Gardens to determine whether city officials violated federal laws in connection with its $60-million general obligation bond issue approved by voters in 2014.
I was so excited because I remembered another city that issued bonds then diverted them.


Since SEC investigations are under seal, and I cannot verify if there is a current investigaiton, so I thought it wise to put it out there that Detroit qualifies to open an SEC investigation for improper use of bonds, just like they did in Miami Gardens.

The bonds were supposed to be for the students of Detroit Public Schools, but instead, City Council voted to shift the funding for the Little Ceasar's Sports Arena.

The Detroit Downtown Development Authority claims it owns the land, but it is not incorporated, just like the Detroit Land Bank Authority is not incorporated, which means it uses an NGO to launder its money, or rather it filed false information to federal financial authorities, just like the Detroit Land Bank Authority did.

How can you own land if you have no instruments of legal authority?

This fake corporations called the Detroit Downtown Development Authority also has the magical powers to levy school property taxes.

Then it dawned on me.

There is no such thing as the Detroit Downtown Development Authority because it is the Detroit Land Bank Authority using it as a strawman.

So, the question for the SEC is: "Where are the taxes?"

If these fake authorities are not incorporated, that means, if they collect taxes, to whom does the taxpayer make the check out to?

Wayne Country Treasurer?

City of Detroit?

And, to who does the Wayne County Treasurer and the City of Detroit make the check out to, since the Detroit Land Bank Authority is not incorporated and has no bank account.

So, I take it the Detroit Brownfield Redevelopment Authority is another front for the Detroit Land Bank Authority, as it is not incorporated, yet, according to the article, below, possesses the authority to enter into contracts and negotiate tax incentives with a private corporation, of the Pistons.

I bet they used the same team of "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pendingover at Perkins Coie.

The case was dismissed.

I bet the SEC already has the Detroit Land Bank Authority under investigation, along with all its foreign practice partners, like the Clinton Foundation, et al.

See, are not the components of the SEC just pretty petals of flowers?

I bet the SEC is investigating the Detroit Land Bank Authority, now.

I bet the SEC is investigating the "Legal Genuises" (trademark pending) over at Perkins Coie, too.

Lawsuit: Voters should decide if Little Caesars Arena gets public funding

A lawsuit filed today in federal court seeks to block public funding of Little Caesars Arena and a new Pistons headquarters without a vote of Detroit residents.

The lawsuit claims state law prohibits spending school property tax revenues on the economic development projects as planned because the schools millage voters approved in 2012 was to be used exclusively for Detroit Public Schools' operating expenses.

The Detroit Downtown Development Authority, the public entity that owns the arena and is responsible for its public funding, is expected to collect $726 million in school property tax revenues through 2051. The money will be used to pay off $363 million in public investments in the $862-million arena and the surrounding development district.

If the lawsuit is successful, it could threaten a significant pot of public money vital to construction of Little Caesars Arena and the new Pistons headquarters in New Center.

Government transparency advocate Robert Davis and D. Etta Wilcoxon, who is running for Detroit City Clerk, filed the lawsuit today in U.S. District Court.

They claim their constitutional right to vote has been violated because they should be able to vote against spending tax money on the arena and Pistons headquarters.

"The officials at the DDA and the Brownfield Authority should not have proceeded with these projects until they received all the necessary approvals that were required under the appropriate statutes," Davis said. "How all of those high-priced lawyers missed that, I don't know."

The lawsuit also names as a defendant the Detroit Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, which is involved in a tax-incentive plan that would provide the Pistons with about $20 million in publicly funded reimbursements for its $83-million practice facility and corporate headquarters. The tax-incentive plan still must be approved by the Detroit City Council.

Of the $20 million in proposed reimbursements to the Pistons, $7.9 million would come from the schools' operating fund, according to a report prepared for the Detroit City Council.

Bob Rossbach, a spokesman for the DDA, said he was not yet aware of the lawsuit.

“Obviously we will review its claims and will respond accordingly," Rossbach said, declining to comment further. According to the lawsuit, the state's general property tax act requires voter approval to spend money differently than voters originally approved.

The arena is expected to open in September. Work on the Pistons' facility could start this summer.
Since Little Caesars Arena was announced, the DDA has taken the position that the project does not negatively impact local schools because ultimately they do not lose any operating revenue. Rossbach did not provide any further explanation to that rationale today when asked in an e-mail.

Detroit Public Schools now essentially exists to collect taxes and pay down debt. The debt-ridden district has been replaced by the Detroit Public Schools Community District. Instead of the arena and Pistons practice facility, Davis said, the school taxes should go toward paying down the debt sooner.

The lawsuit also cites another section of the state's revised school code that says voters must have a say whenever tax money is used for any purpose other than that for which it was originally raised. 
Davis shrugged off concerns the lawsuit could hinder the projects, pointing out that the Red Wings and Pistons are owned by billionaires.
Both thy bondmen, and thy bondmaids, which thou shalt have, shall be of the heathen that are round about you; of them shall ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. Moreover of the children of the strangers that do sojourn among you, of them shall ye buy, and of their families that are with you, which they begat in your land: and they shall be your possession. And ye shall take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them for a possession; they shall be your bondmen for ever. Leviticus 25:44-46. 
Complaint by Deadspin on Scribd
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How To Say Detroit Land Bank Authority In Russian: "State Real Estate Cadastre"

According to Wikipedia, (which I rarely like to use as a source, but in this instance, it works for the castigation component) a cadastre is a comprehensive register of the real estate or real property's metes-and-bounds of a country.

In Russia, its land bank authority is called, the State Real Estate Cadastre.

In Detroit, its land bank authority is called the Detroit Land Bank Authority.

Both have laws which allow them to steal taxes.

Therefore, civil rights do not belong in privatization because it interferes with stealin'.

Civil rights do not belong with the stealin' of children, land, & votes.

In the U.S., the Bureau of Land Management is decentralizing through those Michigan Type III transfers, to land bank authorities, just like Russia.

Getting rid of the civil right of justice makes stealin' children, land and votes, so much easier.

Presently, an active work is being done in the Russian Federation to establish the real estate cadastre. In compliance with the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, real estate encompasses a wide range of facilities, including land plots, buildings and structures. The decision to create such a cadastre was adopted back in 2004 and found itself in the establishment of a special unit – Federal Agency of Real Estate Cadastre. However, actual records in the real estate cadastre started in 2008 after coming into force of the Federal Law “On state real estate cadastre” of 2007. This law appeared a logical continuation and development of another Federal Law “On state land cadastre” adopted in 2000. Thus, the state land cadastre with its rich history of establishment and development formed the ground for the new one.

And now, you know how to say "stealin" in Detroit & Russia.

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The Sordid Tale Of Michigan Privatization: From Emergency Manager To Russia

Gather round my curious ones for the Goddess of the Woodshed shall tell the tale of how global privatization all began.

For those of you just now joining in on my mission, allow me to take the time to reinforce my proselytization on how and where privatization began.

It all started here in Detroit, Michigan.

Once upon a time, there was a Governor named John Engler who came up with the gradiose scheme of handing out social service contracts, beginning with child welfare services, to private NGOs through pharmaceutical corporations to profit from Medicaid, as Michigan, at the time, was the only state that comingled its reporting data of child and adult Medicaid recipient populations.

This was the beginning of the Public-Private Partnerships included the two-year reporting delay to SACWIS on foster children of Targeted Case Management billing, where the FDA was allowing these privatized child welfare organizations to bill Medicaid to conduct their pharmaceutial drug experiements on foster kids.

Engler was able to execute this privatization scheme through the decentralized Type III transfers of authority to the executive cabinent heads, who, in turn, could and would contract with private entities, who could never be FOIA'd and would be completely immunized in the dark, murky waters of the unwritten legal structure of governmental oversight in privatized contracts.

In short, Michigan was the pilot state of the privatization model that was then launched around the world, even in Russia, and it all started with Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act of 1974 and the Michigan Emergency Financial Management Act of 1976, to coincide with the newly Medicaid funded operations of Child Protective Services.

That Michigan privatization pilot model was the reanimation and reinvention of the Michigan Children's Institute from being a brick and mortar to a theoretical instiution, with the Superintendent from being, basically a janitor of the building, to a "Czar" of authority, hence, the very first emergency financial manager.

Michigan Quo Warranto Petition by Beverly Tran on Scribd

By the end of Clinton administration the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) had been implemented throughout the States and the next leg of the privatization pilot model were ready to be put to the test under Governer Jennifer Granholm through the Michigan Local Financial Stability and Choice Act of 2012 under the Michigan Emergency Management Act of 1976, to take over Detroit Public Schools and all its federal funding.

The privatization pilot model of transforming emergency management was such a success in Michigan child welfare, that the green light was given by the NGOs, to go ahead with the final component of transferring authority, through a physical emergency manager in the creation of land banks, who in turn, transferred and transformed (henceforth to be known as "transed") governmental authority to bestow it upon its the State's first authority, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, which "transed" authority to the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority, which "transed" authority to the Detroit Land Bank Authority, to suck up another lump of money from the national treasury called TARP.

With whom does one use to execute the "transed" of laundering federal dollars through a corporation when the "authorities" are not incorporated, or just basically fake, when they were all set up by the one and only "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) Perkins Coie?

None other than the man who ran FEMA, James Lee Witt and his EB5 Global Management, LLC.

James Lee Witt, former FEMA and now
EB5 forced migration privateer of TARP

for the Clinton Foundation


EB5 Global Management, LLC is limited liability company with offices in Washington, D.C. and Little Rock, Arkansas. Our primary business is to form, fund and manage special purpose limited partnerships to loan money to companies creating jobs in the United States. We align the capital requirements of domestic developers and entrepreneurs with the immigration goals of our EB-5 Visa investors. We accomplish this goal by coordinating the investment of foreign capital into development projects that are located within the United States in conformity with the requirements of the EB-5 Visa Green Card program. 
The TARP hustle in Detroit was such a glowing success, that the Michigan Emergency Manager Model was then, taken to the next level, Puerto Rico, which is a territory, with a NGO model, the Clinton Foundation, ready to swoop in and be transposed to steal the children, the land and the vote.

"Unlike President George H.W. Bush, President Clinton had a strong interest in disaster management.  On Witt's recommendation, the President filled the many politically appointed positions in FEMA with individuals with extensive experience in emergency management."

Now, we shall travel back in time to the point of diffusion for the Michigan "transed" authoritative pilot model for foreign nations.

In a land, far away called Russia, there was this guy named Boris Yeltsin who liked to party, their own political private party, that is.

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Boris Yeltsin & Bill Clinton partying at a press conference
He rose to power pumping the U.S. privatization policy models.

Now, what few, very few, even less than a dearth of likelihood that #perkinscoiesucks is a false positive statement, is going to believe me when I tell you that the first privatization model that was exported from the U.S. to Russia was...drumroll please... child welfare, and it came out of Detroit, Michigan.

They stole the children.

That Michigan CPS Model was quickly disseminated across the globe on the wings of political parties as the transitional answer to address "The Easter European Poors" (still said with clinched teeth) who needed to be indoctrinated into western politics, or rather what was privatization through child welfare programs.

I was there.  

Sometime in the late 1990s, right around the time the Berlin Wall came down and I am going to put it sometime after 1996 with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA), the trafficking of tiny humans was consider a great job, and it was all federally funded in the U.S. through the U.S. State Department, USAID.

European adoptions, mail order brides, all became a booming industry and it was all done through private, non-profit corporations, or rather the NGOs.

One of the jokes we used to make was that you could always tell who had just come from behind the wall because they always walked around looking up at the buildings because they really did not have any tall buildings due the destruction and lack of reconstruction of war.

The NGOs began to pop up all over Eastern Europe to "save the savages" by putting them in orphanages and raising lots of money, where none of the money went to the children, like UNICEF, the Red Cross and lots of christian charity operations.

They stole the land.

Boris Yelstin also borrowed another Michigan model and that was a state voucher program, but it was not education, it was real estate.

The problem was "The Russian Poors" (still said with clinched teeth) were issued, "governmental property vouchers" to purchase shares of state enterprises, then sold their privatized state vouchers to privateers for pennies on the dollar, to basically pay bogus property taxes, just like they did in Detroit with the quiet title scheme.

Next came the Detroit imported mortgage fraud scheme.

The privateers (I much better prefer the term privateers over oligarchs) of Sherbank, Deutsche Bank, the United Financial Group all gathered together and came up with a way to officially swashbuckled their way into taking over the government of Russia and pillaged the coffers of its national treasury, just like they did in the U.S. with the Detroit Land Bank Authority, a Quasi-Governmental Organization (QGO).

That operation went so well, that, a few years later the next leg of the Michigan privatized model was implemented in Russia, called Rosatom, the world's largest QGO, which, exactly like the MSHDA, and the MLBFTA specifically, the Detroit Land Bank Authority, is not incorporated in Russia, or any other nation, as it is a fake corporation, just stealin'.

Once the children and the land are placed under an authority through a man-made emergency under chattel law, then it is quite simple to steal the vote, which is another tale I shall let play out and tell another day through the eyes of databases.

This is what the Magnitsky Act is about.  The money laundering through children's trust funds and its unique model of trafficking tiny humans through U.S. foster care and adoption

This is why the Russian Privateers joined forces with to ensue Clinton would win the U.S. Presidential election of 2018 and repeal the Magnitsky Act, so they could get their money back and keep on stealin'.
And that ends the tale of the Michigan Emergency Manager Model.

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Day 121.2. Bruce Ohr Runs 10,000 DEA Informant Drug Operation

Fun Fact!  Did you know Wayne County, Michigan is the largest court system in the U.S., if not the world, and it purchased the cheapest package of the Oddessy System of Tyler Technologies for its case management system?

Did you know that the Third Circuit Court of Wayne County is privately managed out of Arizona, which does not even reflect the same legal filing terms as are in Michigan?

Did you know that all the Detroit Land Bank Authority quiet title cases, under Judge Columbo, are also filed, and manipulated, (yes, I just said that) under this system?

Just another database for sale and manipulation, but the question is, cui bono?

I am going with whomever was stealin' the children, the land and the votes.

On a side note, all child welfare cases are under seal in the system, so as not to get busted stealin', or setting up foster kids to take the fall for Cassandra.

BTW, Oakland County purchased the highest level case management system.

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Maine Parents: Maine Media and Schools Jumping on the Florida School Shooting Paranoia Bandwagon

From our friends over at Maine Parents Blog,

I have kids.  I want them to be safe while they are in school.  I'm sure every other parent feels the same way.  But the horrific tragedy in Florida has everybody on edge.  And who wouldn't be?  The media is flooded with terrifying images and heartbreaking stories from the family members who lost their loved ones.
My heart goes out to the family and the community.

Now, thanks to our very own local news sources, this sort of fear and paranoia coming home.

As soon as the Florida tragedy happens, we get two potential school shooting cases and a bomb threat right here in our very own peaceful state.  It's sad that it happened, but the local newspapers harp on it.  And they use such powerful words to spark even more fear and anxiety into parents.  That's how they get ratings.
Here's the other case.
And I look and here's another one that just happened...
Now I do appreciate that the schools and the police are doing everything they can to keep our kids safe.  But with the news media filling the normal person with such horror, I'm worried that the schools will end up resembling prisons in the name of safety.  Or give the idea to troubled teenagers with guns.

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Friday, February 16, 2018

Day 120.9. Thirteen Russians? Not Quite

Welcome to Michigan.

Are you ready?

Tyler Industries, Inc. - Dissolved

Tyler Industries, NSC, L.L.C. - Active

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Russian Trolls Campaign For Hillary & Her Child Welfare Magnitsky Fraud Scheme

These "Russian Trolls" were not working in coordination with the Trump Campaign, they were working on behalf of the Clinton Campaign, DNC, Clinton Foundation, Bush Foundation, and all the other actors who had financial interests in lifting the Magnitsky Act ban to keep their global child welfare money laundering operations going.

These are the actors who dumbed down the U.S. education and helth care system to manipulate the masses to vote for Hillary, based off meme magic and fun rally events.

Child trafficking exists and whether or not you chose to continue ignoring the fact that our children, land and votes are being stolen, the truth will come out.

What do you chose to believe?

I wonder if Perkins Coie was the law firm to pay the Internet Research Agency.

WASHINGTON – The Justice Department’s special counsel announced the indictment Friday of a notorious Russian troll farm – charging 13 individuals who allegedly were involved in a scheme to criminally interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

The Internet Research Agency, which is based in St. Petersburg, Russia, was named in the indictment.

“From in or around 2014 to the present, defendants knowingly and intentionally conspired with each other (and with persons known and unknown to the grand jury) to defraud the United States by impairing, obstructing, and defeating the lawful functions of the government through fraud and deceit for the purpose of interfering with the U.S. political and electoral processes, including the presidential election of 2016,” the indictment states.

The indictment charges that some of the Russian suspects traveled to the United States to gather information to help in the scheme, and that they also impersonated Americans online in order to try to sway voters’ opinions. None of those charged are in custody, according to Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel’s office.

The grand jury charges that some of those suspects interacted with Americans associated with the Trump campaign, but those Trump associates did not realize they were being manipulated.

Some of the Russians posed as U.S. persons and, without revealing their Russian identities, “communicated with unwitting individuals associated with the Trump campaign and with other political activists to seek to coordinate political activities,” the indictment said.

By February 2016, the suspects had decided whom they were supporting in the 2016 race. According to the indictment, Internet Research Agency specialists were instructed to “use any opportunity to criticize Hillary and the rest (except Sanders and Trump – we support them.)”

Prosecutors say some Russian employees of the troll farm were chastised in September 2016 when they had a “low number of posts dedicated to criticizing Hillary Clinton” and were told it was “imperative to intensify criticizing” the Democratic nominee in future posts.

The charges include conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud, and aggravated identity theft.

One of those indicted is Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin, who has long been identified in the Russian media as the financial backer of the Internet Research Agency. He is a caterer who has been nicknamed “Putin’s chef” because of his close ties to the Russian president. Concord Consulting and Concord Catering, two Russian businesses also charged by Mueller’s team Friday, have previously been identified as Prigozhin vehicles.

The Internet Research Agency was at the center of Silicon Valley’s investigation into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google all found evidence that the private firm used social media to divide American voters across a range of polarizing issues, including race, religion, gun rights and immigration.

Tweets and Facebook posts that have been made public as part of these investigations make clear that the Russian disinformation effort broadly sought to favor Republican Donald Trump and undermine the support for Democrat Hillary Clinton. This conclusion has been backed by the work of several independent researchers.

Typically called a “troll farm,” the Internet Research Agency is regarded as the most prominent part of the Russian disinformation campaign, though congressional investigators pushed for evidence of other operations, including from countries other than Russia, that shared the same purpose.

Overall, Facebook acknowledged to Congress that the Internet Research Agency had bought 3,000 ads on its platform that reached 11.4 million users. The agency’s employees also reportedly made many free posts that reached 126 million users. In addition to polarizing online political conversation, Facebook reported that the Internet Research Agency used Facebook pages to organize 129 real-world events that drew the attention of nearly 340,000 Facebook users.

One of these, organized by a group called Heart of Texas, took place on May 21, 2016, under the banner of “Stop Islamization of Texas.” On that same day, another Russian-controlled Facebook group, called United Muslims of America, publicized a competing rally to “Save Islamic Knowledge” at the same place and time.
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INTERVIEW: Allen J. Cannon on U.S. Constitution and Landmark Lawsuit Involving Congress

Allen Cannon is not a member of "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending), but #perkinscoiesucks is.

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Trump Signs Another Executive Order To Stop Trafficking Tiny Humans

It seems the Department of Homeland Security is being redesigned from its original directives, created and formulated under the Bush Administration, then implemented under the Clinton Administration.

It took over child welfare policy and its programs in the United States and every other nation around the world.

This new executive order is another mechanism recently executed through Executive Orders to stop stealing children and their legacies.

Since the issues surrounding the previous Obama Administration's use of Executive Orders has been vigorously debated, I am quite sure no one has a problem, at this point, in the current use of Executive Orders to stop Medicaid fraud in child welfare.

President Donald J. Trump Signs H.R. 4708 and S. 534 into Law

On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, the President signed into law:

H.R. 4708, the “Department of Homeland Security Blue Campaign Authorization Act,” which permanently authorizes the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign program to issue Department-wide guidance and develop training programs to address human trafficking; and

S. 534, the “Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017,” which requires adults authorized to interact with certain minors and amateur athletes to report evidence of child abuse.

Blue Campaign
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Faith Based Initiative Human Trafficking Blue Campaign
The federal End Human Trafficking Blue Campaign is now under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, with its international sister program in the U.S. State Department United States Agency for International Developmemt (USAID) of the U.S. Department of State Office of Religion and Foreign Affiars, the same Office Brownback is taking over.

Learn more: BEVERLY TRAN: FBI, DHS, Faith Based Initiatives & Child Welfare Fraud In Detroit
Stop Medicaid Fraud in Child Welfare 

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Don't Need a QuarterMaster - Need That NickelMaster and DimeMaster

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Marion Brown Went Shopping In D.C.

No comment at this time...your honor.

Post-#MeToo, Stalled Careers, Alienation Still Haunt Sexual Harassment Victims

Marion, The Dry Humper

Lawmakers say they are aware of challenges

Shortly after Marion Brown’s account of sexual harassment toppled a powerful congressman last fall, she returned to Washington on a frigid afternoon to ask for support from the lawmakers who had lauded her as a hero.

Wearing a smartly tilted fur cap, she left her business cards with aides who, to her, looked two generations her junior. She hoped for a reference, a lead on a new job, a bit of advice. She left the Capitol feeling disappointed, although lawmakers told Roll Call they want to do all they can to help.
Brown, 62, who spent 11 years as a Detroit-based outreach director to former Michigan Democratic Rep. John Conyers Jr., is among a handful of former congressional employees to publicly disclose sexual harassment allegations in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement. Their stories attracted a surge of media attention and inspired bipartisan legislation that unanimously passed the House and is making its way to the Senate.

But the hoped-for reckoning in Congress has sputtered, and several of the alleged victims say the publicity has done little to diminish the toll on their careers and personal lives.

“People try to be as nice as they can, but I’m still feeling the backlash,” Brown said.

In the months after sexual misconduct allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein inspired a national conversation about sexual harassment in American institutions, eight members of Congress — seven of them in the House — have either resigned or announced they will not seek re-election because of allegations of harassment or sexual misconduct. That number, though large by historical standards, pales compared to the dozens of accusations against powerful men in other industries.

Meanwhile, details of past allegations against members of Congress remain unclear. There are lingering questions about lawmakers’ ability, or willingness, to investigate their own colleagues. And calls for accountability have largely given way to attempts to improve working conditions for future employees.

Brown and other women who have come forward say all the attention has not improved their stalled careers or their sense of isolation — repercussions that they believe will continue to prevent other women from speaking up about mistreatment.

Lawmakers say they know it is tough for women in Brown’s position. The only thing that will make it easier is to change the culture surrounding gender dynamics in the workplace, and that conversation is just beginning.

The aftermath

Brown, petite and steely-eyed, first encountered those consequences when she lost her job in Conyers’ office in 2013 and filed a complaint alleging that he had touched her inappropriately and pressured her for sex for years. Her case was buttressed by four signed affidavits from colleagues who said they had witnessed Brown’s treatment, and that Conyers had harassed them too.

Not ready to retire, she tried to get another job in politics. She gave up shortly after another member of Congress told her he needed Conyers’ support too much to cross him, she said.

“That was his reputation,” she recalled. “Nobody is going to hire you. Nobody is going to touch you, unless you have a blessing from him.”

In 2014, she signed an agreement never to talk about her allegations in exchange for a $27,000 payment. It was fraction of her $72,000-a-year salary, and did little to compensate for the years of productivity remaining in her career. She took a job as a part-time airline gate attendant for $15 an hour and the promise of occasional free flights.

She thought she had moved on when she got a call last Thanksgiving weekend saying she was about to be thrust into a media firestorm.

Mike Cernovich, a blogger with a far-right following, had offered $10,000 to anyone who could document a sexual harassment claim against a member of Congress. The offer netted him Brown’s settlement agreement, though the source, he later said, declined the reward.

Brown said she still doesn’t know who gave Cernovich the documents. This point is important, she said, because people think she leaked her own story to take revenge on Conyers. Cernovich is best known for promoting a debunked conspiracy theory that the Hillary Clinton campaign ran a pedophile ring from a D.C. pizzeria.

She waited over a week to respond publicly. She made up her mind after watching Conyers deny her allegations and House minority leaderNancy Pelosi defend him on national television as “an icon.”
Watch: The #MeToo Impact on 2018

“I just wanted to control the story,” Brown said. She also hoped that she could rehabilitate her career and play a role in what she saw as an emerging social movement. And for a head-spinning week, she did. She met with lawmakers and House officials who wanted to know how they could change the system.

Conyers’ supporters held a rally at a Detroit church, saying he had been treated unfairly and deserved due process under the law. But the pressure on him mounted as several other alleged victims came forward, and he resigned.

Brown returned to the same pressures of her post-congressional life in Detroit — the unpaid bills, the rapidly diminishing savings, the uncertainty about her future.

This time, though, she faced the added stress of suddenly becoming a public figure in a local community that had expressed extreme ambivalence about Conyers’ rapid descent. Some offered support. Her indoor cycling instructor even led the class in a round of applause. But others shunned her. She was snubbed at restaurants, she said. Friends stopped speaking to her.

“People feel like supporting me publicly is like not supporting him,” she said. “In the community, it’s like, ‘Why did you do it?’ These are the most hurtful things, when you lose people who you thought were friends.”

Conyers’ lawyer Arnold Reed said the former congressman would not comment for this story. He said Conyers is enjoying his civilian life.

“It’s a proven fact that her claims are false,” Reed said, without elaborating. “John Conyers has become the poster child for people to bring false allegations, and then they feel bad, because they lie.”

A better future?

Lawmakers say they are acutely aware of the challenges facing alleged victims like Brown, who lost their careers and reputations for speaking out at a time when there was little incentive to do so. Some have thrown their energies into trying to ensure future victims are better protected.

Female house members played a key role in drafting the workplace protection changes that passed the House last week — the first such update for congressional employees since 1995. Some changes went into effect immediately, including a rule that would create an office devoted to counseling House staffers throughout the claims process and a commitment to pay for their legal representation. Others, like a provision that would require all members of Congress to pay for settlements involving their own alleged misdeeds, are awaiting a vote in the Senate.

Indiana Republican Susan W. Brooks, who chairs the House Ethics Committee, told Roll Call columnist Patricia Murphy last month that her work on the legislation was “some of the most important work I’ll ever do in the House.”

The sponsors spent hours meeting with victims. California Democrat Jackie Speier, one of two former staffers in the group, filmed a video in which she talked about being assaulted as a young staff member.

Other female sponsors said privately they were motivated, in part, by personal experiences they were not prepared to divulge. They also said they feared their male colleagues would respond by shutting young women out of jobs or the social interactions that can be crucial to career development on the Hill.

Critics, however, said it was unclear whether the legislation would make much of a difference, partly because it didn’t specify how the new resources would be paid for. It also took away authority from the Office of Congressional Ethics — the only independent body tasked with investigating ethics allegations against House members. Instead, cases would be automatically referred to Ethics committees in the House and Senate, which are composed of members and their staffs.

Those committees have frequently been criticized for being overly lenient on lawmakers.
“It’s clear that Ethics committees are not just asking what the person is charged with, but what does it mean to the institution, how will impact my party down the line,” said George Derek Musgrove, author of the book “Rumor, Repression, and Racial Politics: How the Harassment of Black Elected Officials Shaped Post-Civil Rights America.”

Most ethical investigations in the House or Senate drag on for years or are resolved in secret — 125 of the 190 cases the House Ethics Committee has opened since 2011 were resolved confidentially, according to a report released Wednesday by the watchdog group Issue One.

Even under the intense media scrutiny spurred by the #MeToo movement, the fallout for members who have been named as alleged harassers in recent months has been mixed, with lawmakers’ themselves deciding their fate and little that amounts to due process.

Keeping secrets

Many allegations still remain secret. The names of members or offices involved in the more than $300,000 in payouts for sexual harassment and other workplace discrimination claims since 2003 have not been released, and it is uncertain if they ever will be.

Rep. Barbara Comstock, who has been at the forefront of calls for institutional changes, said last week that she would continue to press for those details.

“We need to let the victims know that they can speak out from the past,” the Virginia Republican said on the House floor. “If they want to speak out, they can; that this body is not going to be using any of our resources to stop a victim from the past from speaking out.”

Those who have already spoken out, though, say they need more than an assurance that Congress won’t stand in their way. Brown, for one, is still wondering what happens next.

“I don’t want it to be five minutes of fame, to be associated with wanting to just have revenge and taking someone down,” she said. “I want to be a part of the movement for change, for women’s equality. And I would want them to help.”

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