The keen ROGS reader might have noticed that my own case of OGS began when I met a victim of child trafficking named “Piper” who was a literal and figurative nightmare. I mentioned her in Just for “Lucie,” aka “Miranda.
Her father, a disgraced county sherrif in a north midwestern state, had fallen from grace because his adopted daughter claimed he abused her. She was at one time a child prostitute, pulling dollars in Hollywood, and truck stops around the country.
And, Las Vegas, too, where the wolf at the door is often those guys in the pretty yellow shirts who uphold a systemic form of institutional bullying called organized gang stalking, but who couldnt get laid at a donkey dick show in Mexico.
Piper told me once: I dont know how they do it, but everywhere I go, there is this gang that always knows where Im at, and what I do…
And NONE of that stopped her from turning tricks across the country, or “saved”her.
As a 12 year old, Piper became a whore, though her family history indicates more, starting much earlier, every time her mother put “medicine”on her privates, for what she, and her sisters all agreed “seemed to last for a long time.” Her mother, quite interedtingly, was a Basque….
Well, in those days, the DVIC was so busy hand crafting and building boogiemen, that they -somehow-overlooked female pedophiles and child abusers, like The Hart Family, who drove there six foster care financed kids off of a cliff a month ago in California. They were snout deep in federal funds that incentivize medical kidnappings, and states get a one million dollar payout, every time a kid is taken into “care.”
Well, anyways, this is what OGS is. The gift of white slavery, from which all states derive income, and cops, social worker, Big Pharma psychologists all suck the teats of children who are ensnared in these systems. And white in this case means all kids regardless of race taken into that system, whereas the term itself comes from an era when specifically Jewish pimps used speciffically white European girls this way.
And all of that has taken place from the founding years of the Domestic Violence Industrial Complex, and VAWA, from the 1980s forward, until todays modern secret police and surveillance state.
I had no idea at the time that white slavery existed, because then, the news and documentaries all talked about the horrors of black slavery, as the racist ADL spied on activists, and true to their roots as Eastern Bloc slavers and pimps, sold every social cause to the cops, in hidden dossiers that in and of themselves crushed real dissent.
We see time and time again that America’s actual child trafficking takes place from behind the judges bench,or from the officers squad car, as these shuffle children around the states, into and out of group homes,foster care, and un-neccessary mental health “care providers.” This is what the DVIC is.
But it isn’t just me saying that now…..
Texas Foster Care: “Rape, Abuse, Psychotropic Medication, and Instability” Still the Norm as State Fights Against Reform
The battle continues between the State of Texas and attorneys who represent more than 12,000 children in the state’s foster care system. A panel of three judges in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans heard arguments Monday, April 30, about the constitutionality of the state’s troubled foster care system. This is the latest chapter in a fight to change the system in which, according to U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack, “… children have been shuttled throughout a system where rape, abuse, psychotropic medication, and instability are the norm.” After Judge Jack ruled in December 2015 that the system as it stood was unconstitutional, Texas Attorney General Kenneth Paxton appealed the decision, defending the state’s foster care system. Many of the original plaintiffs in the lawsuit, who were formerly foster care children, have now become adults and aged out of the system and are missing. The San Antonio Express ran a story looking into what has happened to these Texas foster children who aged out of the system, and they found that most of them suffer unemployment, homelessness, and sex trafficking as adults.