American CBP are bullies exploiting weak and helpless.
This article discusses Facebook posts of a group of 10,000 American Law Enforcement Officers who are in charge of housing confiscated migrant children in the United States. Instead of publishing the content of these Facebook groups, FPMag suggests readers consider: How to delete your Facebook Account and why you should.
When you look at the conduct of this group of border cops and the impact it has on innocent migrant people who are down on their luck and vulnerable, especially women and children, it is no surprise at all how they boast of their culture of violence and abuse toward children and women whom they feel are vulnerable. What’s worse is that their leadership comes from the US President Donald Trump who has specifically endorsed what FPMag writers are sharing with you.
The RINJ Foundation is a global women’s Civil Society Group that according to Katie Alsop, a director of RINJ, has a case filed and accepted by the United Nations Human Rights commissioner. The group is preparing for a hearing by conducting further investigations.
“Working past the patients who have been intimidated into silence,” she says, “there are others who have already lost so much to the Trump administration policy of “child confiscation” that it seems to victims that there is nothing more the USA can do to them.
In the former matter, Facebook executives have been violating the rights of women and children since 2004.
The RINJ Foundation has been to war with Facebook for many years because of the social media site’s past proclivity to use videos of children being raped by college boys as a means for drawing huge audiences.
Facebook finally reacted 4 November 2011 when challenged by thousands of signatures on a RINJ petition. It wrote programming code to insert the word “Humor” at the end of the headliner for each rape page and pro-rape Facebook Group. Basically, Facebook was saying that rape is a joke.
RINJ’s global @RapeIsNoJoke campaign then redirected to boycott advertisers whose ads appeared on Rape-Page content of Facebook generating hundreds of millions of US dollars.
In fact some males who beat up a RINJ worker at a McDonald’s restaurant in Toronto claimed that the cost to Facebook was over $100 million.
Many males as usual had been antagonized by thousands of angry RINJ teens and women demanding that rape content be criminalized and not used as a Facebook rape-cultural mechanism for raising audiences and making money.
The images set out below are sad, gruesome and some are violent. FPMag both warns and apologizes that this article must be restricted to 18 plus. Parental guidance is assumed for teens.
The sexist angle of the US Customs and Border Patrol is what RINJ has seen already but now, added to the case is Facebook as a major contributor to the rape culture and the human rights abuses set out in the RINJ Foundation’s Human Rights case against the USA and the Donald Trump Administration.
This is the group of law enforcement people who have become the violent throwing arm of the US White House. Photo Credit: Facebook Screen Capture of USA Customs and Border Patrol Facebook Group Called “I’M 10-15” ~ Photo Art/Clean/Crop/Privatize: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
Parents of migrant children endangered in unstable Central American homelands sought asylum in the USA. Under Trump policy children are confiscated from parents (said Jeff Sessions in 2018) & often abused (says ACLU) & lost by Homeland Security/ORR (said HSS’s Steven Wagner). This is a Trump deterrence to future migrants says Trump Former CoS John Kelly. Trump policy confiscated 658 migrant children in 13 days of May 2018. It got worse from there. Where are 2018 May’s migrant children? Many were still in custody in May 2019. In this, the Trump Administration is guilty of crimes against humanity and has been joined by its large money-making corporate groups like Facebook which exploit anything for a dollar.
Instead of publishing the content of these Facebook groups, FPMag suggests readers consider: How to delete your Facebook Account and why you should.
Migrant children endangered in unstable countries seek asylum from USA but under Trump policy are separated from migrant parents by Homeland Security as a Trump-deterrence to future migrants. Photo Credit: RINJ Melissa Hemingway, Photo Photo Art: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
The RINJ Foundation Video Chronicling some of the efforts to clean up social media of gender-based violence.
A contiguous crime against humanity that began early 2018.
An ACLU report points to a dramatic increase in physical and sexual abuse of child migrants by US Border Patrol (under Department of Homeland Security) and documents the following specific abuses of children (this is a small list from 30,000 pages of acquired documents):
USA Border Cops Have Their Say – They Speak Their Sick Minds
Children are best advised to trust parents and guardians above all other persons in developed nations, including avoidance of any form of law enforcement. Globally, children should not trust any form of law enforcement. Family first. If someone tries to touch you in a place your bathing suit covers, scream loudly and run away from danger; away from strangers; and toward family and safety. Family first.
That is proven advise by the women and their younger volunteers who have been fighting for the safety of women and children around the world for almost a decade.
Evidence that Facebook continues to use gender-based violence as a draw for millions of hits it sells to advertisers. Facebook Screen Capture of USA Customs and Border Patrol Facebook Group Called “I’M 10-15” ~ Photo Art/Clean/Crop/Privatize: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
USA Border Cops Have Their Say – They Speak Their Sick Minds
Trump is the leader in this Rape-Fest called MAGA Make America Great Again Effort on Facebook. Border Cops Have Their Say Too
Above: Facebook Screen Capture of USA Customs and Border Patrol Facebook Group Called “I’M 10-15” ~ Photo Art/Clean/Crop/Privatize: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
The Picture and its story: Trump’s misogynistic violence toward women is something the man boasts about.
Both Facebook and the United States Customs and Border Patrol have picked up the banner of violence toward women.
Both are subjects of a global human rights complaint and an allegation of crime against humanity.
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