And The Winner Is….

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This is for a DECADE of Stupidity.

We Have Multiple Winners Of This Unwanted Award!!!!

TEXAS CPS IS OUR FIRST WINNER, as a Federal Judge finds Texas has “broken” foster care system.  Defendants John Specia and his staff at the state Department of Family and Protective Services keeps harming the children it’s supposed to help, “where rape, abuse, psychotropic medication and instability are the norm.”

I am very happy to tell you that the Children of Texas are finally the FIRST REAL WINNERS out of 50 states.

THE MEDIA IS OUR SECOND WINNER,  since THE WHIP was all too obvious as only one article dared use the words “Department of Family and Protective Services”.


Did it ever occur to any of you Lemming Idiots that something just might be wrong with the statement “Temperatures have risen 1 degree since the 1800s”????

I will only give you LEMMING IDIOT ROCKET SCIENTISTS a hint:
Since computer skills are obviously very high on your list of proficiencies (lol), when you search temperatures, there is always a “thing” known as archives, SO THERE IS NO WAY ANY HUMAN NOW OR EVER COULD KNOW THE EVERY DAY TEMPERATURES ALL OVER THIS WORLD IN THE 1800’S.

I want to say THANK YOU to a pilot for noticing that the images from the sky and from space in the 1960’s and early 1970’s have been tampered with, and I want to tell myself YOU ARE WELCOME for keeping all of my charts and maps in excellent condition.

Scientists can gather observations, make hypotheses, and test those hypotheses with experiments.  Using that evidence, it is possible to suggest what took place, but there is no experiment that can be done to determine whether or not that suggestion is correct.

You must have a DESIRE to learn, to know more, to be all that you can BE.


NCMEC – Helping Families

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Report It

National Center For Missing & Exploited Children®


We teach children to tell if they are hurt, but sometimes they cannot.  Children who have been sexually exploited may be too afraid or ashamed to tell.  They may think no one will believe them.

Exploiters use this to their advantage.  They know concerned adults often wait for a child to say something before taking action.  But we cannot wait.  Our children need us to be proactive.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is working with families to help them actively protect children from sexual exploitation.  Families may help reduce the incidence of child sexual exploitation by learning how to recognize and respond to signs of child sexual abuse.  Use the following action steps to empower your family and combat child sexual exploitation.


  • Screen children’s caregivers and check their references.
    Ask children, “Do you feel comfortable with [caregiver]?
    Why or why not?”
  • Get involved in children’s activities. Ask organizations,
    “What policies do you have in place to protect
    children from sexual exploitation?” Examples should
    include policies about screening, travel, and online
    communications between children and staff.
  • Know what children are doing and who they are doing
    it with, both off and online.
  • Use role-playing exercises to practice basic safety skills
    with children – for example, kicking, screaming and
    yelling if someone grabs them or touches them in a
    way that makes them uncomfortable.
  • Listen to children. Pay attention if they tell you they
    do not want to be with someone or go somewhere.
  • Teach children they have the right to say “NO” to
    anyone or anything that makes them feel scared,
    uncomfortable or confused and how to get out of
    those situations as quickly as possible.
  • Be sensitive to any changes in children’s behaviors
    or attitudes such as sudden mood swings or
    age-inappropriate knowledge about sexual
    situations and contact.
  • Provide a safe environment in which children are
    encouraged to frequently share their thoughts
    and feelings.


Reassure children it is OK to tell you anything and you are there to help.

Remain calm and nonjudgmental if children disclose abuse or any other problems they may be having.

Make sure children know that being exploited is never their fault.

If you suspect a child is being sexually exploited, contact law enforcement immediately. 
You may also make a report to NCMEC’s CyberTipline® at or by calling 1-800-THE-LOST® (1-800-843-5678).

How Can CPS Be Above The Law

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Stop CPS Corruption



How can CPS Employees submit manufactured instruments in a Court Of Law in The United States of America and not be held accountable for their actions????

How can the rape and molestation of Our Children while in CPS care be ignored????

How can so many Children die while in CPS care year after year, yet they are not held accountable????

Disproportionality and disparity in the child welfare system

In the United States, data suggests that a disproportionate number of Native American children enter the foster care system. 

Differing rates of disproportionality are seen at key decision points including the reporting of abuse, substantiation of abuse, and placement into foster care. 

Research has shown that there is no difference in the rate of abuse and neglect among minority populations when compared to Caucasian children that would account for the disparity.

I want you all to know that CPS is so corrupt that while they can’t coverup the extreme number of Children stolen from Native American Families, their far-reaching lies corrupt as much as possible of what is written for the public to see.  CASE IN POINT, the above paragraph is wrong on one very important point:

In cases of Sexual Assault and Child Sexual Assault, over 80 to 85% of the time it is Family or someone close to family, in every race but two (2), and those are Alaskan Native and Native American.

– Alaskan Native and Native American Girls and Women know the perp in LESS THAN 30% OF THE CASES!!!!

Title 42 United States Code Section 1983 states that citizens can sue in federal courts any person who acting under a color of law to deprive the citizens of their civil rights under the pretext of a regulation of a state.

A Rescued Child Needs Our Prayer

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Ark of Hope for Children

There are times when even Heroes need help, and this is one of those times.

This is the giving season, and I sincerely hope and pray that Our Friends will open your hearts and go one step further for the Children.

Ark of Hope for Children has been right there ready to do anything possible to help Our Circle so our site would be something to feel good about, because they knew our reason for this site, and that is the Children who are THE FUTURE OF THIS WORLD.

Mr. and Mrs. Corbett are the only 24/7 people I know of.  They have taken the words “Role Model” and “Mentor” to the next level, by dedicating their lives to the Children of this world.  Somehow I missed this post on their blog, which I would like to share with you.

Prayer Need Surgery 2015.12.07

Prayer Need: One teen male #ChildAbuse survivor we mentor is about to go into surgery to repair damage done.  It can be life threatening without the emergency surgery.

Update December 8, 2015

Need prayer for a young teen ‪#‎ChildAbuse‬ survivor I mentor every day.  Just had surgery caused by the abuse suffered and things have taken a not good turn.  Potassium levels extremely high, plus irregular heart rate.  They are hooking up kidney dialysis to lower potassium levels.  Could be a leakage from intestinal area so prepping for scans.  Also could be causing bad bacterial infection which may be building as we speak.

PLEASE Support our survivor support mentoring and care work for this victim thru #ArkofHope for Children

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Ark of Hope for Children is empowering advocates and donors to bring care and awareness to those victimized as children by human trafficking, child abuse and bullying.  Ark of Hope is a human rights umbrella organization using a trauma informed approach to serve survivors through our various programs.

This approach acknowledges that traumatized people often respond to daily life quite differently even years after their traumatic experiences ended If we can address their trauma, we can change lives.  Unconditional love, understanding and mentoring support can empower victims to mold the challenges of their past into hope filled futures as thriving survivors.

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Statistics we have gathered about child trafficking, child abuse and bullying show that intervention is highly needed. Click the links above to the latest statistics or click on our programs below that highlight our efforts to mobilize lighthouses of hope for survivors throughout the U.S. and beyond.

Physical Abuse:

Acts considered to be physical abuse are punching, beating, kicking, biting, burning, breaking of bones, hair pulling, and shaking an infant. Bruises in areas that usually do not occur during normal play = cheeks, ears, mouth, buttocks, thighs, stomach, and back.


Neglect makes up for 78% of all cases of child abuse, and is greatly under-reported and often unnoticed by others who care for the child.  Neglect includes inadequate nutrition, clothing and hygiene; medical neglect, being left unattended in a car, and abandonment.

Sexual Abuse:

  • Child rape occurs every two minutes
  • 1 in 3 girls will be sexually molested before the age 17
  • 1 in 6 boys will be sexually molested before the age 17 (1 in 5 in Canada)
  • A sex offender will molest an average of 120 victims, most of whom do not report it
  • 90% of molesters abuse children they know
  • Oftentimes, a sexually abused child is abused in other ways

Overall U.S. child abuse statistics:

  • Every 10 seconds a child is abused or raped
  • 3.3 million child abuse reports in 2010
  • For every report 3 more go unreported = many millions abused annually
  • 61,000 reports to Child Protective services per week = 6 per minute
  • Of 2 million runaways, 85% are fleeing some form of abuse
  • 1 out of 6 runaways will fall into Child Sex Slavers hands
  • 333,340 runaways will fall into the hands of Child Sex Slavers
  • Only 10% of the abusers are not known well by the Child they abuse
  • Abuse victims = about 48% male, 52% female
  • Every race and religion sees child abuse

The effects of UNTREATED child abuse:

  • 38% increase arrest rate for violent crimes
  • 84% of all prison inmates had been abused as a child
  • 59% more likely to be arrested as a juvenile
  • 28% more likely to be arrested as an adult
  • 30% more likely to commit violent crime
  • 65%+ of people in treatment for drug abuse have been maltreated as a child
  • 25% less likely to practice safe sex, putting them at a greater risk for STD’s
  • 82% CAN grow up to be pedophiles themselves
  • 80% meet criteria for at least one psychological disorder as adults
  • Long-term consequences such as chronic illness due to untreated wounds

Child death and suicide related to abuse:

  • 1,850 children die a year from some form of child abuse = 7+ children a day in the U.S. alone!
  • 80% of the children that die each day are under the age of four
  • TODAY 6 children will commit suicide due to child abuse
  • Estimated 60% of child deaths caused by child abuse are not recorded as such on death certificates

Black And Blue

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Former NHL player Patrick O’Sullivan

Former NHL player Patrick O’Sullivan recalls Child Abuse horror in essay

Former NHL player Patrick O’Sullivan gave troubling first-person insight into the horrors of child abuse in a brutally revealing essay for The Players’ Tribune website.

In “Black and Blue,” O’Sullivan, 30, recounts the personal hell that was growing up with a sadistic father who beat him mercilessly “every single day” from the age of five to 16, using everything from fists to lit cigarettes to soda cans as weapons of torture.

“He would throw punches.  Not like he was hitting a small child — but like he was in a bar fight with a grown man,” O’Sullivan – a forward who played for the LA Kings, Edmonton Oilers, Carolina Hurricanes, Minnesota Wild and Phoenix Coyotes – said of his abuser, a hulking 6-2, 250-lb failed hockey player who used extreme violence to mold his child into the professional he never managed to become.

But O’Sullivan’s improvement on the ice only fueled his father’s twisted motivational methods.

“By the time I was 10, it got worse.  He would put cigarettes out on me. Choke me.  Throw full soda cans at my head… I knew that my play would determine just how bad I got it when we got home.  I’d score a hat trick, and afterward we’d get in the car and he would tell me that I played ‘like a f—-‘ (that was his favorite term, which says a lot).”

The abuse took place out in the open.  Players, parents and coaches witnessed multiple incidents but, according to O’Sullivan, did nothing to stop it.

Not even his own mother protected him.

“I’ll never forget this moment when I was 10 years old.  I was about to leave the house for a game when my mother pulled me aside and whispered, ‘You better play well out there today, because if you don’t, it’s going to be bad tonight.'”

O’Sullivan finally ended the cycle of abuse when the then-16-year-old fought back one night and got his father arrested, but wishes someone had done the right thing years earlier and alerted authorities.

“It just takes one person to act on their instinct and stand up for that child.  That’s real courage.  The kind we don’t always glorify in the hockey world.”

He’s hoping those who read his essay get that courage, because “I guarantee you there’s hundreds of kids across North America who will get dressed for hockey this weekend with their stomach turning, thinking the same thing I did as a kid: ‘I better play really good there, or tonight is going to be really bad.’”