Frank Marshall Davis/Jarrett($)/Ayres/Abourezk/Obama/Code Pinko$! https://youtu.be/0dXD2H0m74g


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2 Responses to Frank Marshall Davis/Jarrett($)/Ayres/Abourezk/Obama/Code Pinko$! https://youtu.be/0dXD2H0m74g

  1. Reblogged this on Looking Back Woman-Suzanne Dupree blog and commented:

    Illuminati Control Island/Isis, urban militant domestic terrorism against America, her allies & the World….
    Remember Vernon Jarrett’s newspaper article on the Arab/Muslim bought Presidency USING the “Blacks!”

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  2. Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center 1 Shattered Hearts Full Report, November 2009
    Background
    The topic of this report is the commercial sexual
    exploitation of American Indian women and girls in
    Minnesota, including but not limited to sex trafficking.
    In 2006, the Legislature passed Minnesota Statute
    section 299A.79 requiring the Commissioner of Public
    Safety to develop a plan to address current human
    trafficking and prevent future human trafficking in
    Minnesota. To develop a comprehensive plan for
    addressing the complicated issue of trafficking and the
    needs of trafficking victims, the commissioner created,
    per Minnesota Statute section 99A.7955, the statewide
    Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force. The Task
    Force‟s charge is to advise the Commissioner on the
    statewide trafficking assessment and on the
    commissioner‟s plan to address human trafficking and
    prevent future trafficking in Minnesota, assisting in two
    statutory actions:
     Collect, share, and compile trafficking data
    among government agencies to assess the nature
    and extent of trafficking in Minnesota
     Analyze the collected data to develop a plan to
    address and prevent human trafficking1
    Each year, the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs and
    the Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force, with
    input from organizations providing services to trafficked
    individuals, produces an annual report to the Minnesota
    Legislature and provides training on identifying
    trafficking victims, methods for prosecuting traffickers,
    methods for protecting the rights of trafficking victims,
    and methods for promoting the safety of trafficking
    victims.2
    As part of its activities to produce the 2007 Human
    Trafficking Report, the Office of Justice Programs

    1
    Office of Justice Programs, (no date). Human trafficking task force. Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Retrieved May 1,
    2009 from http://www.dps.state.mn.us/OJP/cj/httf/about.htm
    2
    Ibid.
    In 2007, a long time resident of the
    Supportive Housing Program at the
    Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource
    Center (MIWRC) came into a staff
    member’s office, saying she was
    looking for a job but no one would give
    her a break. The resident was having
    trouble completing her GED due to
    dyslexia, and had very little useful work
    experience. She told the staff member
    that the only way she knew how to
    make money was to prostitute herself,
    and she did not want to go back to
    that.
    Her story, which she was disclosing for
    the first time, was alarming. She had
    been pimped out by her mother at the
    age of 12 to support the mother’s crack
    habit. By the time she was 14 she had
    begun to pimp out other young girls to
    feed her own drug addiction. At the
    point in time when she walked into the
    staff member’s office, she had done
    hard time in prison, given birth to six
    children, and lost custody of them all.
    The MIWRC staff member realized that
    under current Minnesota law, this
    resident was a victim of a federal crime,
    the prostitution of a juvenile under the
    Trafficking Victims Protection Act
    (TVPA).
    Rather than being recognized or
    protected as a trafficking victim, she
    had been criminalized. Today, even
    though she has been repeatedly beaten
    and sexually assaulted by pimps and
    johns, she is ineligible for most
    federally-funded services and supports
    for victims of physical and sexual
    violence because of her prostitution
    arrests. And all she wants to know is,
    who will ever give her a chance?

    Ask US Govt HANDLER, Treasonist….Syrian Pimp, Obama’s mentor “Godfather,” James Abourezk….ask him about who will give raped Native women & girls a chance, eh?

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