Saturday, December 16, 2017

The U.S. Blue Plastic Bag Of International Child Trafficking Propaganda

A 15-year old was in the process of being sold into
forced labour by suspected traffickers and was intercepted
just before the transaction could be completed.
The blue plastic bag contained her entire possessions.
"The blue plastic bag contained her entire possessions"

This is the description of a child rescured by an INTERPOL led human trafficking operation.

Does this sound familiar?

Well, of course it does because it is foster care, the U.S. model of human trafficking, in the name of the tax exempt God.

Now, take the time to watch this high quality, U.S. foster care propaganda video to see how trafficking children is all warm and fuzzy, and how they raise money to make sure they have something better than a "blue plastic bag" when they are trafficked from place to place.

What they will not tell you in these videos is about the rapes, tortures, drugging as lab rats, and how their trust funds are stolen.

Some, not many, U.S. foster kids get blue duffle bags, now.
So, what is the difference?

To begin, U.S. children who are trafficked now have "blue duffle bags" to carry around their worldly possessions, well, not all of them, just a few, a very few, because the money they raise has to pay operational expenses like funding political campaigns, luxury vacations, and personal shopping sprees to look good for the fundraising events. 

Then we have the issue I previously raised with Faith Based Initiative funding inder the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. State Department.

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.

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These federal departments only fund propaganda campaigns to make it look like they are doing something to end child trafficking.

Even the U.S. House Judiciary Committee jumped on the "blue" child welfare propaganda fundraising campaign by co-opting pinwheel symbols to launch their reelection campaign fundraising.

Notice the blue fundraising pinwheel is at the end of the Judiciary video, then compare it to the child abuse and neglect awareness fundraising campaign of blue pinwheels.

But wait, there is one more agency that has powers over missing and exploited children, The U.S. Secret Service.
In 1994, Congress mandated the Secret Service provide forensic and technical assistance in matters involving missing and exploited children. The Secret Service offers this assistance to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  (WARNING: The link to NCMEC is not secured for some reason.  It may be due to the recent redo of the Secret Service website, or the fact that NCMEC engages in questionable activities.)
So, what has the Secret Service been doing all these years to deal with child trafficking in the U.S. and what is their budget?

I say it is fine time for what I like to call a collaborative conjugation and pool all this propaganda coverup money, hand it over to FBI so they can construct and lead centralized operations in the U.S. to better work with the States and INTERPOL.

Perhaps, I will just go ahead, design a model and advocate for more independence of the FBI in ending child welfare fraud by allwoing them to blossom and do what they can do best.

Child trafficking is foster care and adoption, neatly packaged and sold to the public in a blue plastic propaganda bag.

Much love to my INTERPOL #Superfans but it is time to do that collaborative conjugation and hit the profiteers behind human trafficking, and I know exactly who they are.

COTONOU, Benin – Nearly 500 victims of human trafficking, including 236 minors, have been rescued following an INTERPOL operation carried out simultaneously across Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal.

 In total, 40 suspected traffickers were arrested and will now face prosecution for offences including human trafficking, forced labour and child exploitation.

They are accused of forcing victims to engage in activities ranging from begging to prostitution, with little to no regard for working conditions or human life.

 In one case, a 16-year old Nigerian girl was promised work in Mali which would allow her to care for her family.

She was taken on by a ‘sponsor’ who then forced her into prostitution to reimburse her travel costs. In another case, a 15-year old was in the process of being sold into forced labour by suspected traffickers and was intercepted just before the transaction could be completed.

The victim was found holding a blue plastic bag containing their entire possessions.

 To ensure that victims received the necessary care following their rescue, the International Office for Migration (IOM) and several NGOs were involved in post-operation interviews and treatment. Operation Epervier was held under the aegis of the Sahel Project, an initiative funded by the German Foreign Office which targets the organized crime groups behind human trafficking across the region. Officers from INTERPOL’s Regional Bureaus in Abidjan and Yaounde assisted in coordinating the operation, which also included specialist officers from INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Human Beings unit at its General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France.

 “In addition to arrests, this operation has opened a number of ongoing investigations to further disrupt the crime networks involved in trafficking in human beings, emphasizing the effectiveness of such operations via INTERPOL’s international network,” said Yoro Traore, a Police Inspector with the INTERPOL National Central Bureau in Bamako.

 “The results of this operation underline the challenge faced by law enforcement and all stakeholders in addressing human trafficking in the Sahel region,” said Innocentia Apovo, Criminal Intelligence officer with INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Human Beings Unit and coordinator of the operation.

She also thanked the German Foreign Office for their continued support of such initiatives.

 The operation was followed by a regional working group meeting in Cotonou, gathering 100 participants from 15 countries across West Africa and the Sahel. Discussions focused on the outcomes of Operation Epervier as well as the way forward for future activities in the region.

 “This type of regional exchange is important to ensure that good and not so good practices are shared, to ensure that we collectively improve on prevention, protection and prosecution,” said Anke Strauss, IOM’s Chief of missions in Mauritania. Emerging trends in human trafficking will be high on the agenda of the 5th INTERPOL Global Conference on Trafficking in Human Beings and Smuggling of Migrants, which will be held on 6 and 7 December 2017 in Doha, Qatar.

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