US Military Will Be Asked to Babysit Migrant Children

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Wait, What?

Cristal M Clark

News is breaking through the wire that the Trump Administration will be asking the US Military to house up to 5,000 migrant children? Yes, that is precisely what our military should be spending time doing rather than things such as training exercises. Which as one federal official puts it, is an expansion of the Defense Department’s role in the Trump Administration’s hardline policy toward undocumented immigrants.

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The news comes on the heels of a recent NPR report that the U.S. Border Patrol apprehended more than 66,000 migrants at the Southern border in February, the highest total for a single month in almost a decade.

And most of those immigrants, well they are families with migrant children. So, looks like family separations are going to continue and the US Military is going to become babysitters.

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told a House committee today “Our capacity is already severely strained, but these increases will overwhelm the system entirely.”

“This is not a manufactured crisis. This is truly an emergency.”

The agency expects even more unaccompanied minors to arrive in coming months, reflecting historical patterns in which migration increases during the summer.

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Just to give you an idea, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is the federal agency who is responsible for migrant children until they can be given to an adult relative. The agency currently holds roughly 11,500 (it’s unclear how much of this number actually accounts for illegal crossings), migrant toddlers, children and teens at U.S. government detention and processing centers across the country. A child’s average length of stay under the agency’s custody was 89 days whilst also being molested, as recent news pointed out, during the first four months of this year, compared to 60 days in fiscal year 2018.

And I get it, the agency is at its capacity however asking the US Military to house the children, well that is completely out of line at every single turn.

So what is the answer? Stop beating a dead horse and tackle the issue with some oh I don’t know forethought.

Shut the border down until we can regroup and come up with a long term solution, it’s time to be proactive not reactive here and a wall is not going to solve the issue at hand and, I know that is not a popular answer at all but the reality is some other countries problems are not ours, we cannot take on any more immigrants no matter what the situation they are trying to escape is.

Round up everyone that has put us over capacity and send them back. It sounds cold hearted and cruel but creating a bigger problem in an effort to handle an already growing problem, well that is not the answer.

Shut the border down, do not allow anyone else to get in, deploy the military to manage that and we’ll start to see things getting handled in a more proper way. Anyone caught trying to enter illegally, shoot them, a bullet is a really good deterrent.

The US Military are not babysitters nor are they an orphanage the Trump administrations plan is absolutely preposterous.

Cristal M Clark

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Trump Administration & the Arrest of Meng Wanzhou

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Huawei, Chief Financial Officer Faces US Charges

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If anyone has been paying attention to the news lately, Chinese telecom giant Huawei has faced quite a bit of backlash worldwide, mainly it has been accused of installing spyware, malware and data mining programs into its smartphones then selling those devices worldwide and then stealing consumer data.

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Now it appears that the Trump Administration is stepping in and asked that Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer be arrested in Canada and accused of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran through a Huawei subsidiary called Skycom, charges that if true will end up with Meng serving up to 30 yars in a U.S. prison.

But let’s look at the background of Meng before we all jump the gun and pass along judgement. Meng’s father just so happens to be a major figure in President Xi Jinping’s inner circle. Yes, he is a big part of that boys club.

And it is for that reason that many are wondering if the Trump administration orchestrated the charges against Meng for the sole purpose of using her as leverage that it can use towards the US/China war on trade.

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US economic advisor Larry Kudlow has implied that the talks regarding the trade accord will not be seriously affected but, President Xi has not yet spoken about the matter.

Oddly, Meng’s arrest happened, quite literally, as Trump and Chinese President Xi were sitting together at a working dinner in Argentina.

At present Anti-U.S. outrage is reaching a boiling point within the Chinese media, and that has the potential to trigger nationalist demonstrations that will put pressure on the Chinese government.

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Many worldwide are wondering if the Trump administration is being duplicitous or incompetent, for the charges against Meng, what everyone does know for sure is that if it is proven that the US has used the arrest of Meng in any way so as to sway the trade acord or any part of the Chinese government, the US will pay a very big price over it.

 

Cristal M Clark

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Trump Administration to Hand Cyber Command to U.S. Military

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So after many months of delay, the Trump administration is currently finalizing plans to revamp the nation’s military command for defensive and offensive cyber operations in hopes of “intensifying” America’s ability to wage cyberwar against the Islamic State group and other threats.

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And what will the new plan look like? Well, the new U.S. Cyber Command would eventually be split off from the intelligence focused NSA because the reality is that it will allow U.S. Cyber Command more autonomy, freeing it from any constraints that stem from working alongside the NSA, who happens to be responsible for monitoring and collecting telephone, internet and other intelligence data from around the world. Which also happens to be a responsibility that often times tends to clash with military operations against enemy forces.

This is and I am shocked to admit it, a smart move considering it’s coming from the Trump Administration.

The move does stem from the escalating threat of cyberattacks and intrusions from other nation states, terrorist groups and hackers, and comes as the U.S. faces new and improved fears about Russian hacking following Moscow’s efforts to meddle in the 2016 Presidential Election.

The reality here is that other nation states have already created cyber armies made up of each respective nations military. The cyber army is it’s own unit and of the nation states that have these cyber units already in place, well let’s just say, they are years ahead of us so it will in fact, take the U.S. military time to find a balance let alone its footing.  

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It will take time, the NSA already has what it needs to be the Cyber Command if it weren’t for things like losing intel, creating spy programs that were never approved and that were utilized to spy on U.S. Citizens that were oh, how do you say…unauthorized?

The point is, will the U.S. Military duplicate what the NSA already has, take/transfer or assume control over what the NSA already has or build the program from the ground up? The NSA has the people and the tools already in place, so my only question is, what is the price tag of putting something into place with a different agency, that is already more or less in place with the NSA currently?

This may just be me, but it seems that it would be less costly and far easier to change the rules by which the NSA is playing and move the NSA under the command of the U.S. Military.

Cristal M Clark

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions – And his “War on Thugs”

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Jeff Sessions Can’t Back up His Mandatory Sentencing Claims

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The Trump administration’s tough on crime agenda is about as useful as decaf coffee.

It has no use other than in the garbage.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions latest reason to be tough on crime was to creatively without any proof, reference a memo by the Obama Administration that had suggested that federal prosecutors avoid charges for low-level drug offenders that could trigger lengthy mandatory minimums.

Sessions clearly not understanding how crime rates work, quite disagrees with that memo. His rather dull, unproven and completely inaccurate argument is that the memo actually caused violent crime to spike for the first time in decades and he incorrectly suggested that his decision to revoke the memo will, in turn, cause violent crime to fall, with absolutely zero proof what so ever that the memo did in fact cause crime to spike.

Which it didn’t by the way.

Throughout the history of crime it has never once been proven that mandatory sentencing has ever brought crime numbers down.

Ever.

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What we do tend to see when we study crime rates are things like poverty, drugs, gangs and alcohol tend to help increase crime levels along with as you might have guessed, a growing population.

To break that down into layman’s terms for someone like Jeff Sessions who so very clearly has no grasp on crime in our nation, our population overall is growing and any time you have a growing population you will see an increase in crime rates because, well, as one might also guess crime rates grow as the population grows.

So the demand is bigger, poverty is a bigger problem, drug use becomes a bigger problem, gangs become a bigger problem and so on and so forth.

To take that a step even further, it’s not always really an increase in crime if you are looking at just numbers, although it may appear that way because of the of the way crime stats are reported, one has to compare those numbers with the numbers of the population which very few of us actually do, especially the mainstream media.

The point is simple, crime rates usually tend to keep up with the growth of the population that supports it. So the numbers in relation to its population really have not increased overall, despite what they were the year before, or year before that, etc. It’s not like the population is shrinking here.

More often than not, mandatory sentencing can do more harm than good because mandatory sentencing tends to create blanket sentencing. The one crime, one sentence for all type of thing.

The sad fact is that we currently live in a society where blanket sentencing is no longer an appropriate nor effective way of dealing with crime at any level.

I once had two shoplifting cases before me, from the same store. But the crime because the individuals were two completely different people, was in fact different.

Here’s why:

In one case, the defendant shoplifted frivolously meaning that individual stole, makeup, hair product, nail polish, etc. This particular individual had a rather good education and upbringing. This individual also did not care about being charged with shoplifting and was not aiming to change any time soon.

Defendant #2, this individual shoplifted food, generic food, things like cheap hamburger, rice, beans, baby formula, a couple of bags of oranges and baby diapers. She had an 8th grade education, had married an immigrant who had been deported and was left overnight with no income, no job and no way to support her family.

While both were in the wrong, they should not have been sentenced the same way. Our society is starting to see the clear difference in crimes that are committed and by whom. While we do not condone the crimes we need to understand why they were committed so that others will not resort to the same thing.

We set up a judicial system to reform and to teach others a lesson about not following in the footsteps of those before, yet we do very little to ensure that other than to jail and hand down mandatory sentencing.

We can’t keep enforcing mandatory sentencing as a way to control crime, you control crime by becoming educated yourself as to why it is happening in the first place.

This is where you learn how to head it off before it happens again.

But I am not the Attorney General, who should already know this and be somewhat more forward thinking. It is 2017 after all.

Besides, throughout the entire history of crime and putting laws on the books in an effort to prevent crime has that done anything other than instill the very idea of committing said crime into someone’s head in new and creative ways? Think about it.

Cristal M Clark

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U.S. Justice Department Appoints Special Counsel

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To oversee Probe into Trump Associates and Russian Officials

In a shocking twist of fate for Trump, Robert S. Mueller III has agreed to take over the investigation as special counsel.

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For those of you who don’t know who Robert is, Robert served as the FBI director from 2001 to 2013, the move comes from overwhelming pressure after Trump promptly fired James Comey to investigate, independently the Trump/Russia connection.

Why Trump and his dream team should be afraid?

Robert has a pretty good track record of getting to the bottom of and then handling things quite sufficiently. In fact, very sufficiently.  

Of course we are all anticipating Trump’s rather disparaging tweets with regards to this move and/or the subsequent findings of Robert’s.

The worst news for Trump, he can’t fire Robert like he did James, that is the simplistic beauty of an an independent investigation.

I look forward to Robert’s findings and also the onslaught of spam emails coming from Robert’s former FBI, credentialed email address. Spammers loving using his credentials.

Just a side note –

A very, very special shout out to the two last night that sent me messages (from IP’s 46.161.14.99 and 5.188.211.170, for fuck’s sake guys, put a little more effort into it).

If you are trying to hack someone and email them hoping, that they will respond or follow a link, so that you can hack them, try harder next time and by try harder I mean learning how to spell would do wonders for your hacking campaign.

Just off the top, simple spelling skills would really help, as well as learning time zones.

If you are trying to market your next hacking campaign pay attention to ‘time zone differences’

For instance, if you are sending a 10am spam email to someone in America, you might want to double check the time zone that selected target is in.

But in the short time if you want to hack me and you really do, contact the FBI, they have already been given granted access to anything of mine via this blog. 

Or ask the NSA, I am sure they could more easily assist you with your request for they already have access to everything.

Cristal M Clark

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Trump administrations showing its ineptitude about recreational pot

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This administration’s desire to roll back recreational cannabis is absolutely absurd to me.

It clearly shows the ineptitude at which this administration is operating, the lack of general knowledge and understanding let alone the lack of education they have about cannabis is mind boggling.

I understand that Trump has friends in big Pharma and he’d like to line his own pockets, however allow for me to point out that legal cannabis is where the money is. The numbers do in fact, add up in state revenues for those states that have legalized.

My sneaking suspicion is that Trump and his administration are receiving pressure from big pharma which makes the most logical sense in this case (unless these guys are really that inept about cannabis), to come down hard on the industry because, big pharma has pretty much been denied access to it since day 1.

Which is the way it should be, keep big pharma out of the industry all together.  

As far as the idea or notion that cannabis is a gateway drug, yes it is a gateway drug…to the fridge and junk food, to a better mental frame of mind for those that struggle with issues that relate to debilitating mental illnesses and the like.

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Contrary to what Sean Spicer may have said, cannabis is not a gateway to opioids and what’s more is that never has that ever been proven.

It’s said a lot but not one individual has taken the time to sit down and actually conduct a study in an effort to prove that cannabis is a gateway drug to other drugs, period.

Hands down, it is rare to run across someone who is both high and violent, the truth is, about the only times that ever happens is when the user has mixed his/her high with another substance, prescription meds for depression or other mood disorders and/or alcohol or the user has a sever enough mental disorder that he or she is a danger to themselves or others.   

Cannabis is being utilized currently for those that suffer from alcoholism as a way to kick that habit and it is working for those that are trying it.

What’s more is that cannabis is being utilized for those who suffer from opioid addiction as well, to help kick that habit, and it appears to work for those that have tried it.

The most promising use of cannabis comes from those that suffer from mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc. I have personally seen it help individuals cope with and manage such disorders.

The users are not getting high either, they get the right stuff and use it in moderation and it enables them to lead a healthy, productive life like a normal individual.

The benefit is that they are not dealing with addiction issues when they use cannabis to help cope with some mental disorders or for pain management.

Unlike other drugs, namely prescription medications, cannabis is really not that habit forming to be honest, for most they can take it or leave it without the nasty side effects one would have when let’s say they stop taking the mood-altering medications that so many doctors prescribe these days.

It is clear that this administration has failed and pretty hard to actually do it’s homework and they are just jumping into the fire.

I say let them burn, because the outcome of trying to roll back recreational cannabis will not play into this administration’s favor. Not at all.

Cristal M Clark

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