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Proclamation On December 31, 2020 By Our President

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Presidential Proclamation on National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, 2021

Proclamation on National Slavery
and Human Trafficking Prevention
Month, 2021

Human trafficking is a horrific assault on human dignity that affects people in the United States and around the world.  It tears apart communities, fuels criminal activity, and threatens the national security of the United States.  During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we reaffirm our commitment to eradicate this abhorrent evil, to support victims and survivors, and to hold traffickers accountable for their heinous crimes.

Tragically, through force, fraud, and coercion, human traffickers deprive millions of victims of their unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  Often referred to as “modern slavery,” this intolerable blight on society involves exploitation for labor or sex and affects people of all ages, genders, races, religions, and nationalities.  As the United States continues to lead the global fight against human trafficking, we must remain relentless in our resolve to dismantle this illicit and immoral enterprise in our cities, suburbs, rural communities, Tribal lands, and transportation networks.

My Administration has prioritized ending human trafficking since its earliest days.  As one of my first acts as President, I instructed Federal agencies to do what was necessary to bring human traffickers to justice and assist survivors on their road to recovery.  Since then, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement, along with other Federal agencies, has aggressively pursued these criminals, dismantling the financial infrastructure of their networks and arresting over 5,000 human traffickers.  In 2019 alone, Federal law enforcement agencies initiated more than 1,600 new investigations into human traffickers and the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) human trafficking task forces opened more than 2,500 new cases on the frontlines.  At my direction, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) launched its new Center for Countering Human Trafficking, which utilizes personnel from 16 DHS components, including special agents, victim support specialists, and intelligence research specialists, to focus on disrupting and dismantling trafficking organizations and providing support and protection to victims.

A year ago, I was proud to host the White House Summit on Human Trafficking, honoring the 20th anniversary of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA).  During this historic event, I signed an Executive Order on Combating Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation in the United States.  Through this order, my Administration established the first-ever White House position focused solely on combating human trafficking.  Last year, I also released a comprehensive National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking (NAP), built around the “three pillars” of the TVPA: prevention, protection, and prosecution. The NAP also includes a fourth pillar which recognizes the invaluable benefit of implementing collaborative and cooperative efforts that crosscut all three pillars and involve a multitude of stakeholders and professionals from various disciplines and sectors.  Using this strategy, the United States Government will employ a whole-of-government approach to improve our capabilities and build on existing momentum in our fight against human trafficking.

We remain focused on ensuring that survivors of these horrific crimes receive the care and support they need and deserve.  My Administration is empowering and funding faith‑based and community organizations to provide survivors with vital services, including medical and counseling services, safety planning, educational opportunities, and vocational training.  Further, my Administration has doubled the amount of DOJ funding to combat human trafficking compared to the previous administration and funded the largest package of DOJ grants to fight these crimes in American history.  I am proud that these grants included the first-ever funding for safe housing opportunities for survivors nationwide.

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic this year, my Administration has been unwavering in its efforts to stop this scourge domestically and around the world.  The DOJ and the Department of Health and Human Services engaged with State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments and nongovernmental organizations to understand the impact of coronavirus on human trafficking and published resource guides for those in the fight on how to operate and provide services during the pandemic.  The Department of State also launched a year-long competition for proposed projects to address the pandemic’s impact on efforts to combat modern slavery.  Additionally, the United States Agency for International Development adapted their approach to overseas programmatic work to ensure that survivors are able to access the critical support services they need without delay.  No matter the circumstances, we will remain relentless in this work and will spare no resource in offering hope to the victims and survivors of this global atrocity.

While we have reached new milestones in this fight for freedom, we must remain steadfast in our pursuit to end the evil practice of human trafficking and slavery.  This month, we restore our commitment to bringing human traffickers to justice and to preserving the dignity and worth of every person.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do proclaim January 2021 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, culminating in the annual observation of National Freedom Day on February 1, 2021.  I call upon industry associations, law enforcement, private businesses, faith-based and other organizations of civil society, survivors and advocates, schools, families, and all Americans to recognize our vital roles in ending all forms of modern slavery and to observe this month with appropriate programs and activities aimed at ending and preventing all forms of human trafficking.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of December, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-fifth.

DONALD J. TRUMP

GA Youth Football Coach Assaults Little Boy

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It is a Father’s duty to teach and protect his Children.

Youth Football Coach Will Be
Charged with Child Abuse

KISSIMMEE, FL  –  The GA Youth Football Coach who smacked a 9-year-old player TWICE will be hit with Child Abuse charges, prosecutors announced.

“The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office along with our local state attorney’s office have reviewed this case and the decision has been made that charges for child abuse will be filed, regardless of parent’s decision not to press charges,” Maj. Jacob Ruiz said.

THE SLEEPER

They Called Down The Thunder: A Father’s Right.

For reasons of my own, I refuse to include this video here.  No GOOD MAN would want to see this piece of Sewer Rat Dung assault this little boy.  This is part of the #AntiChild mindset, and also a big part of the every day VIOLENCE liberal Law Makers are attempting to force us to endure by blaming the actions of individuals with no respect for our LAWS on Our Law Enforcement Officers.
The Obama Administration, The Supreme Court, Our Law Makers, Penn State, the Jerry Sanduskys, and Dennis Hasterts of Our Country, are pushing their #AntiChild Agenda, #AntiFamily Agenda, and #AntiAmerican Agenda.
I urge each and every one of you to join with us in SUPPORTING OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Robert StrongBow

“The actions of this person are despicable and there is zero-tolerance when it comes to the abuse of a child.”

As we first reported, law enforcement already launched a child abuse investigation into Gerrell Williams over the December 7 incident that took place at a youth football event in Kissimmee, Florida.

During the course of the investigation, officers spoke with the victim’s mother who said she did NOT want to move forward with criminal charges against Williams.

It can be tough for prosecutors to get a conviction without a cooperating victim — but in this case, officials feel the video and witnesses will be enough to prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Williams was fired from his job as a counselor at the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office detention center as a result of his actions in the video.

He later issued a video apology — in which he admits to smacking the child and says, “I’m gonna apologize for my actions.”

The video was widely condemned by some of the country’s top athletes…

A Parents Job Is To Keep Their Child Safe For 18 Years

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David Brooks, 65, died May 28, 2020.

For a Parent, it should never be
one of THEM times

As always… well, most days.. I looked at our stats.

Today I came across something that I didn’t recognize, and I came very close to shutting the computer down right then and there.

It was just a feeling that part of me wishes I would have heeded… (Jacob) However, THAT is not the man that is sitting here.

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Elmer Wayne Henley

My mind has already seen Frank when we were little boys, our Father, our GrandMother, and her two sisters who are our Aunts… in flash-backs probably fifty times already, since looking up the post I didn’t recognize… and I have Thanked Our Dear Mighty GOD already for Our Father, Our GrandMother, and Our Aunts. (Jacob)

From the time we were little boys, if Our Father was not with us, Our GrandMother and her older and younger Sisters, who are Our Aunts, would NOT let us be around any older boys or men by ourselves, and that includes our uncles on that side of the family, except for Uncle Frank who was Our Aunt Ida’s husband.  This is Our UnCivilized side. (Jacob)

You might wonder why I included the last paragraph in this, while it should be quiet obvious, I don’t mind enlightening everyone, since so many want to keep this a dark secret.

A major percentage of the Children we grew up with were victims of sexual abuse.  I hope no one of you jump to the conclusion that I have no proof of this fact.  In 1969, Vincent De Francis published the results of his study of sexual abuse of children, and in it he stated that the findings strongly point to the probability of an enormous national incidence many times larger than the reported incidence of physical abuse of children.  I found this in “Child Protection History In America” from the ABA.

At this time I will say that the numbers that are listed say that in 1990, 27% of the abused Children was physically abused, which would mean that between 50 – 75% of the abused Children was sexually abused. HOWEVER, I am more than glad to point out that none of these numbers can be trusted, since these state that about 5 Children die per day due to abuse, although that number is above 10, and most probably as high as 13, and most probably 15 Children a day die from abuse. *Government Accountability Office

It’s One Of THEM Times

Notorious Houston serial killer up for parole

A mother and father from Pasadena drove to an office building in Angleton Thursday for a closed-door parole hearing on one of Houston’s most notorious killers.

Their son, a 13 year-old boy named Stanton Dreymala, may not be remembered by many people in the Houston area, but what happened to him is seared in the collective memory of a generation of Houstonians. He was one of at least 28 boys and young men lured to a horrifying death in what became known as the Houston mass murders.  “He was just a normal 13 year-old,” said his mother, Elaine Dreymala.  “He went to school, he rode his bike, he mowed lawns for his spending money.”

Between 1971 and 1973, a man named Dean Corrl recruited two teenaged accomplices – David Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley – to entice other youngsters to his homes, where they were drugged, raped and sexually tortured – sometimes for days – before they were murdered.  Some of the terrified victims were forced to write notes telling their mothers they were leaving town shortly before they were killed.

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Elmer Wayne Henley in April 1976.

The Last Kid on the Block

Texas Monthly magazine – April 1976

Elmer Wayne Henley Jr. received six life sentences in 1974, suffice it to say he’ll likely never be released from prison.

Per the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Henley is currently incarcerated in the Mark W. Michael Unit in Tennessee Colony, Texas.

Henley was most recently denied parole in 2015 and will be eligible for his next parole review in 2025.

Serial killer Henley grants interview
December 7, 2001

David Brooks, accomplice in Houston Mass Murders, dies at 65 of COVID-19

David Brooks, 65, died May 28, 2020.

Men In Lipstick, Sign The AFA Petition

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RITZ Crackers is pushing the Child Predator Alphabet Group Agenda

Where there’s love, there’s family?

Ritz Crackers is attempting to normalize the transgender lifestyle by airing a commercial that has absolutely nothing to do with selling crackers.  The company’s most recent ad features a man putting on lipstick like a woman and effeminately clinging to another man, to brainwash children and adults alike by desensitizing audiences.

The ad campaign titled “Where’s there’s love, there’s family” has been airing on HGTV and is featured on Ritz’s YouTube page.  The company’s goal is to redefine family as something other than God’s biblical design for gender and sexuality.  In its own words, Ritz says, “We’re encouraging people to rethink what it means to be family.”

SIGN THE PETITION

The negative blowback against Ritz has been so bad that the company has removed the ad promotion from its Facebook page and disabled comments on its YouTube page.  Watch the ad for yourself here.

The company is collaborating with the “It Gets Better Project,” a LGBTQ+ program directed at promoting homosexuality and transgenderism to youth.  Ritz’s website states it is also donating $50,000 to help advance the LGBTQ+ agenda.

Dr. Michael Brown, host of the AFA documentary In His Image: Delighting in God’s Plan for Gender and Sexuality, clearly describes the added danger Ritz’s promotion can have on teens.  “There is so much confusion in our society today,” Dr. Brown said.  “Same-sex attraction, same-sex marriage, gay Christianity, transgender identity, what’s right, what’s wrong.”

Ritz needs to hear from you.  Supporting the transgender agenda instead of remaining neutral in the cultural war is just bad business.  If Ritz Crackers refuses to remain neutral, then Christians will vote with their pocketbooks and support companies that do.  Sign our petition to Ritz now!

TAKE ACTION

1.  Sign our petition to RITZ, urging it to drop the commercial and its agenda to redefine family, gender, and sexuality.

2.  Learn more about God’s design for gender and sexuality and how those struggling with transgenderism can find help through American Family Association’s latest documentary, In His Image.

SIGN THE PETITION

Sincerely,
Tim
Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association

Safe For The Holidays, Is This Alvin Manuel Alvarez?

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Alvin Manuel Alvarez, wanted for Sexual Abuse of a Child in Houston Texas.

30-year-old man accused of
Sexually Abusing two Children in
southeast Houston

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case.

HOUSTON, TX  –  Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department are seeking help in locating Alvin Manuel Alvarez, who is wanted for two counts of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child.

Crime Stoppers stated Monday morning that the alleged crimes occurred between March of 2017 and September of 2019 when the suspect sexually abused two child victims in the 2500 block of Beatty Street in southeast Houston.

The “child victims made an outcry of sexual abuse,” according to police. Detectives learned the suspect, Alvarez, continuously sexually abused both victims.

Alvarez is described as a Hispanic male, age 30, who is about five feet nine inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds.  He has black hair and brown eyes.

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case.

Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app.

Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.