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whyyoustabbedme: Children were not informed about what conditions they apparently had. “I don’t remember if I got anything in writing about their decision but I don’t think I had an opportunity to challenge it … I took nine pills in the morning and seven in the evening. I don’t know what medications I was taking; no one ever told me that. I don’t know what my diagnosis or illness is.” Physical force was used to administer drugs. “I also saw staff throw another youth to the ground, pry his mouth open and force him to take the medicine … They told me that if I did not take the medicine I could not leave, that the only way I could get out of Shiloh was if I took the pills.” Staff members initiated tranquilizations. “When [a staff member at Shiloh] would call the medical staff, they would come and give me a shot to tranquilize me. It happened many times. They would give me the shot and then I would start to feel sleepy and heavy, and like I didn’t have any strength. I would sleep for three or four hours and then wake up and slowly start to feel my strength return. When the staff did that, they left me in the classroom near the wall to sleep.” Children were verbally abused by staff to provoke a response. “Some of the staff at Shiloh would provoke the children there and make us angry intentionally. They made us act violently so then we had to be given shots. The staff would call us names like ‘sons of a whore.’” Some were unable to walk normally. “They are requiring [my daughter] to take very powerful medications for anxiety. I have noted that [she] is becoming more nervous, fearful, and she trembles. [She] tells me that she has fallen several times … because the medications were too powerful and she couldn’t walk.” Some children experienced unhealthy weight gain, including one who said they put on nearly 100 pounds. “After taking the medication, I was more tired, I felt sad and my eyes got teary … I began to gain a lot of weight … In approximately 60 days, I gained 45 pounds.” Some were handcuffed for days on end. “At Shenandoah, my room had a mattress, a sink, and a toilet … I was forced to wear handcuffs on my wrists and shackles on my feet for approximately 10 days in a row.” Children were allowed outside for only one hour a day. “I am suffering a lot being in the Yolo Juvenile Detention Center. It is a jail and I sleep in a locked, small jail cell. I can’t leave here and have no freedom at all. We only get one hour of time outside each day. I have to live in a small cell with concrete walls.” Clothes were taken away. “Whenever I was put in restriction, they took away my mattress and blanket. They took my clothes away about 8 times.” And these are just the children old enough to tell us. : BUSINESS INSIDER Migrant children say they've been forcibly drugged, handcuffed, and abused in US government detention Tara Francis Chan 9h Central American asylum-seekers wait as US Border Patrol agents take them into custody on June 12 near McAllen, Texas. John Moore/Getty Images BUSINESS INSIDER Migrant children who are considered unaccompanied minors and are in the care of the US government say they've been drugged and abused. * Court documents in a class-action lawsuit filed in April reveal shocking allegations that the children were overprescribed psychotropic drugs, leading to weight gain, an inability to walk, and forced sleep. Other children say they were abused verbally, physically, and mentally. * whyyoustabbedme: Children were not informed about what conditions they apparently had. “I don’t remember if I got anything in writing about their decision but I don’t think I had an opportunity to challenge it … I took nine pills in the morning and seven in the evening. I don’t know what medications I was taking; no one ever told me that. I don’t know what my diagnosis or illness is.” Physical force was used to administer drugs. “I also saw staff throw another youth to the ground, pry his mouth open and force him to take the medicine … They told me that if I did not take the medicine I could not leave, that the only way I could get out of Shiloh was if I took the pills.” Staff members initiated tranquilizations. “When [a staff member at Shiloh] would call the medical staff, they would come and give me a shot to tranquilize me. It happened many times. They would give me the shot and then I would start to feel sleepy and heavy, and like I didn’t have any strength. I would sleep for three or four hours and then wake up and slowly start to feel my strength return. When the staff did that, they left me in the classroom near the wall to sleep.” Children were verbally abused by staff to provoke a response. “Some of the staff at Shiloh would provoke the children there and make us angry intentionally. They made us act violently so then we had to be given shots. The staff would call us names like ‘sons of a whore.’” Some were unable to walk normally. “They are requiring [my daughter] to take very powerful medications for anxiety. I have noted that [she] is becoming more nervous, fearful, and she trembles. [She] tells me that she has fallen several times … because the medications were too powerful and she couldn’t walk.” Some children experienced unhealthy weight gain, including one who said they put on nearly 100 pounds. “After taking the medication, I was more tired, I felt sad and my eyes got teary … I began to gain a lot of weight … In approximately 60 days, I gained 45 pounds.” Some were handcuffed for days on end. “At Shenandoah, my room had a mattress, a sink, and a toilet … I was forced to wear handcuffs on my wrists and shackles on my feet for approximately 10 days in a row.” Children were allowed outside for only one hour a day. “I am suffering a lot being in the Yolo Juvenile Detention Center. It is a jail and I sleep in a locked, small jail cell. I can’t leave here and have no freedom at all. We only get one hour of time outside each day. I have to live in a small cell with concrete walls.” Clothes were taken away. “Whenever I was put in restriction, they took away my mattress and blanket. They took my clothes away about 8 times.” And these are just the children old enough to tell us.
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hausoftruecrime: In February 1996, a Floridian boy named Timothy Becton (10) took his little sister hostage and aimed a loaded shotgun at a truancy officer who came to take him to school; the stand off lasted seven minutes, and fortunately nobody was hurt. The Florida police department controversially decided to charge Timothy as an adult with armed kidnapping and threatening a deputy officer. At his trial witnesses testified that Timothy had screamed “I’d rather shoot you than go to school” while using his three-year-old sister as a human shield. The defense claimed Timothy’s Prozac medication caused him severe mood swings, but the jury still convicted him of all charges. : AP Photo Truant in trouble Timothy Becton, 10, has his shackles adjusted by a De- rtment of Juvenile Justice worker in court Thursday in artow, Fla. Becton aimed a 12-gauge shotgun at a dep- uty who brought a truant officer to his home hausoftruecrime: In February 1996, a Floridian boy named Timothy Becton (10) took his little sister hostage and aimed a loaded shotgun at a truancy officer who came to take him to school; the stand off lasted seven minutes, and fortunately nobody was hurt. The Florida police department controversially decided to charge Timothy as an adult with armed kidnapping and threatening a deputy officer. At his trial witnesses testified that Timothy had screamed “I’d rather shoot you than go to school” while using his three-year-old sister as a human shield. The defense claimed Timothy’s Prozac medication caused him severe mood swings, but the jury still convicted him of all charges.

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Past generations might find today’s vision of the “American dream” unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picket fences and a comfortable home in the suburbs, today “making it” looks quite different. And everyone wants to become an “entrepreneur” yet most don’t know sh*t about what it really means. - Here are a few things nobody tells you (but your boy millmentor will) about being an entrepreneur: ✔️Droping out doesn’t make you the next Steve Jobs. 😂 Many misguided individuals believe that if they could only throw off the suffocating shackles of higher education they, too, could create the next Apple. Dropping out doesn’t make you a millionaire. The truth is that neither Steve Jobs nor Bill Gates dropped out of school to loaf around and play Call of Duty all day. So get your sh*t together and finish intensive reading. ✔️You have to be insanely self-motivated. You’ll need to be authentically curious about the world, with a thirst for solving problems. When you first launch a startup, you’re on your own. Eventually you may grow your team and bring great folks onboard to help, but for a while you’ll riding solo. This means you (and only you) are the marketer, the finances coordinator, the PR director, the head of customer service, etc. You will be wearing every hat under the sun. - Wait, feeling scared already? I’m NOT done with the list 😉 ✔️You won’t get rich (at least not right away) If your business starts to grow and become successful, it can feel fantastic! Suddenly you’re seeing big money roll in, and you might get dollar sign eyes. It’s tempting to go on spending sprees and reward yourself for all of your hard work. The reality is you should be feeding and growing your business with the money it brings in , not treating your business like your personal piggy bank. Smh… ✔️Procrastination is a death sentence. When you become your own boss, there’s no professor or manager breathing down your neck. So if you fall into that habit, you lose. ✔️Your pride could be seriously hurt. The harsh reality is that around 80% of businesses fail, which doesn’t make for great odds. ✔️Success never tasted so good.: THERES NOTHING LIKE BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR Past generations might find today’s vision of the “American dream” unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picket fences and a comfortable home in the suburbs, today “making it” looks quite different. And everyone wants to become an “entrepreneur” yet most don’t know sh*t about what it really means. - Here are a few things nobody tells you (but your boy millmentor will) about being an entrepreneur: ✔️Droping out doesn’t make you the next Steve Jobs. 😂 Many misguided individuals believe that if they could only throw off the suffocating shackles of higher education they, too, could create the next Apple. Dropping out doesn’t make you a millionaire. The truth is that neither Steve Jobs nor Bill Gates dropped out of school to loaf around and play Call of Duty all day. So get your sh*t together and finish intensive reading. ✔️You have to be insanely self-motivated. You’ll need to be authentically curious about the world, with a thirst for solving problems. When you first launch a startup, you’re on your own. Eventually you may grow your team and bring great folks onboard to help, but for a while you’ll riding solo. This means you (and only you) are the marketer, the finances coordinator, the PR director, the head of customer service, etc. You will be wearing every hat under the sun. - Wait, feeling scared already? I’m NOT done with the list 😉 ✔️You won’t get rich (at least not right away) If your business starts to grow and become successful, it can feel fantastic! Suddenly you’re seeing big money roll in, and you might get dollar sign eyes. It’s tempting to go on spending sprees and reward yourself for all of your hard work. The reality is you should be feeding and growing your business with the money it brings in , not treating your business like your personal piggy bank. Smh… ✔️Procrastination is a death sentence. When you become your own boss, there’s no professor or manager breathing down your neck. So if you fall into that habit, you lose. ✔️Your pride could be seriously hurt. The harsh reality is that around 80% of businesses fail, which doesn’t make for great odds. ✔️Success never tasted so good.
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Say Bruh y'all ever get into a relationship and u invest your heart in that shit and then a couple months later the shit collapse and u high key a little sad that another thingie washed out but u low key pleased that it didn't skretch out a year and a half? Like bruh. Look at what our generation has become 😂. We so used to shit falling apart that now it's just like "Dear God if u could make this quick that would be amazing because that whole year and a half shit wear me down proper. Like six seasons? Like it's hot then cold then hot again then slightly cold again and this shit still ain't collapse? Oh wait ... this is over? We doing short, impersonal, dead ass zombie replies now? The shackles have fallen off? Dass it? THANK YOU GOD I LOVE U FOR REAL FOR REAL THIS WAS A QUICKIE. LET ME LICK MY WOUNDS FOR A SEC REMINISCE FOR A COOL LIL MINUTE AND THEN HAVE MY THREE DAYS OF A SLIGHT FUNK AND THEN GET BACK TO IT I LOVE U GOD YOU ARE PRAISED"...😂...and the crazy thing is? The old you would had been like "what's up baby", "is everything ok baby", "let's talk about it baby"...but see there's a difference...the old you had time for the fuckshit...today? Tomotherfuckingday bruh? U got ZERO time for the fuckshit. The fuckshit? U use to embrace it...hug it...bask in it...but today? U just like "NOT TODAY, JESUS" 🙋‍♂️. That new you? The one that ain't got time for the fuckshit? Embrace that side of you, that's a blessing, that's called "personal growth" BLESS UP 😍😂😂😂: She comes here every day to give him a kiss and then leaves @DrSmashlove Say Bruh y'all ever get into a relationship and u invest your heart in that shit and then a couple months later the shit collapse and u high key a little sad that another thingie washed out but u low key pleased that it didn't skretch out a year and a half? Like bruh. Look at what our generation has become 😂. We so used to shit falling apart that now it's just like "Dear God if u could make this quick that would be amazing because that whole year and a half shit wear me down proper. Like six seasons? Like it's hot then cold then hot again then slightly cold again and this shit still ain't collapse? Oh wait ... this is over? We doing short, impersonal, dead ass zombie replies now? The shackles have fallen off? Dass it? THANK YOU GOD I LOVE U FOR REAL FOR REAL THIS WAS A QUICKIE. LET ME LICK MY WOUNDS FOR A SEC REMINISCE FOR A COOL LIL MINUTE AND THEN HAVE MY THREE DAYS OF A SLIGHT FUNK AND THEN GET BACK TO IT I LOVE U GOD YOU ARE PRAISED"...😂...and the crazy thing is? The old you would had been like "what's up baby", "is everything ok baby", "let's talk about it baby"...but see there's a difference...the old you had time for the fuckshit...today? Tomotherfuckingday bruh? U got ZERO time for the fuckshit. The fuckshit? U use to embrace it...hug it...bask in it...but today? U just like "NOT TODAY, JESUS" 🙋‍♂️. That new you? The one that ain't got time for the fuckshit? Embrace that side of you, that's a blessing, that's called "personal growth" BLESS UP 😍😂😂😂
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So my lil homegirl text me talmbout a certain species of man we have all come to love. She affectionately refers to this species of man as "'pretend to be okay with the friend zone while still secretly hoping they can smash' lookin ass dudes." I couldn't have said it better myself 😍. She continues: "I used to be a tease when I was younger but now I'm up front with how I feel about guys so I don't find myself being sexually assaulted by a one who mistakingly thought had a chance with me sexually. 'I like you as a friend but just to be clear this isn't going further.' 'I'm not having sex with you.' 'We can't have sex.' 'We're not together. I don't see you like that' etc etc. You're not getting out 😂 but whatever have fun with your fantasy." And then a follow up message: "While we're on the topic though, and take your time answering this (as always) - what is your opinion on breaking ties with guys who claim to be okay with being friends but still want more? I feel like it's potentially dangerous to continue friendships with guys who are sexually attracted to me no matter how much I like having them as a friend. Many of them are actually a good time and I like going out with them but in no way shape or form do I desire any of their body parts inside of mine. Should I cut ties across the board in this situation or is it a case by case basis?" Baby girl this is a damn good question but this will have to be a two part exercise. In my next post I'll talk about (1) why a lot of men don't know how to act around 'platonic' friends, (2) whether u ladies should dismiss these dudes out of your life entirely, and (3) how u as a man could actually break free of the shackles of the friend zone. Stay tuned! 🦁: Puppy smiling next to Mom @DrSmashlove So my lil homegirl text me talmbout a certain species of man we have all come to love. She affectionately refers to this species of man as "'pretend to be okay with the friend zone while still secretly hoping they can smash' lookin ass dudes." I couldn't have said it better myself 😍. She continues: "I used to be a tease when I was younger but now I'm up front with how I feel about guys so I don't find myself being sexually assaulted by a one who mistakingly thought had a chance with me sexually. 'I like you as a friend but just to be clear this isn't going further.' 'I'm not having sex with you.' 'We can't have sex.' 'We're not together. I don't see you like that' etc etc. You're not getting out 😂 but whatever have fun with your fantasy." And then a follow up message: "While we're on the topic though, and take your time answering this (as always) - what is your opinion on breaking ties with guys who claim to be okay with being friends but still want more? I feel like it's potentially dangerous to continue friendships with guys who are sexually attracted to me no matter how much I like having them as a friend. Many of them are actually a good time and I like going out with them but in no way shape or form do I desire any of their body parts inside of mine. Should I cut ties across the board in this situation or is it a case by case basis?" Baby girl this is a damn good question but this will have to be a two part exercise. In my next post I'll talk about (1) why a lot of men don't know how to act around 'platonic' friends, (2) whether u ladies should dismiss these dudes out of your life entirely, and (3) how u as a man could actually break free of the shackles of the friend zone. Stay tuned! 🦁
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PresidentDuterte has vowed to “eradicate all traces of Rothschild financial criminality” from the Philippines, announcing that he will no longer respond to pressure or financial blackmail from the US government or Rothschild-controlled global banking institutions. The president, who claims to have killed cartel bosses with his own hands, is not one to be bullied, and he has now set his sights on cleaning up the financial corruption in his country, promising to “drive them out like the scavengers they are.“ Before RodrigoDuterte assumed the office of president, the Philippines was suffering from the effects of IMF-World Bank-imposed austerity and privatization that exploited its people and resources. It was also one of Asia’s most corrupt and troubled nations. Though the Filipino people, through strong showings of popular resistance over a period of years, were able to curb some of the most rampant crony corruption, many of the shackles imposed by these Rothschild-controlled institutions remained. President Duterte rode into power campaigning on a ticket of major change, but unlike Western politicians who pay lip service to change before letting down their supporters, the Philippines president has delivered on his promises – in spades. During the election campaign Duterte urged the people to kill him if he failed to resolve crime and corruption in the country during the first six months of his term. Over one year into his term and he has delivered on his promises. He’s now famous for more than calling PresidentObama a “son of a whore” at a regional summit in Laos last year. Much to the Rothschild-controlled international community’s outrage, Duterte is shooting from the hip, and cleaning up his country. In 2016, after warning those involved in the narcotics trade that “it’s either you kill me or I kill you“, an astonishing 1,007,153 narcotics criminals surrended to government, and 73 government officials were arrested for involvement in the illegal drug trade.: President Duterte Kicks Rothschilds Out of Philippines APRIL 28, 2017 AT 7:20 AM Red Ice News DU30 PresidentDuterte has vowed to “eradicate all traces of Rothschild financial criminality” from the Philippines, announcing that he will no longer respond to pressure or financial blackmail from the US government or Rothschild-controlled global banking institutions. The president, who claims to have killed cartel bosses with his own hands, is not one to be bullied, and he has now set his sights on cleaning up the financial corruption in his country, promising to “drive them out like the scavengers they are.“ Before RodrigoDuterte assumed the office of president, the Philippines was suffering from the effects of IMF-World Bank-imposed austerity and privatization that exploited its people and resources. It was also one of Asia’s most corrupt and troubled nations. Though the Filipino people, through strong showings of popular resistance over a period of years, were able to curb some of the most rampant crony corruption, many of the shackles imposed by these Rothschild-controlled institutions remained. President Duterte rode into power campaigning on a ticket of major change, but unlike Western politicians who pay lip service to change before letting down their supporters, the Philippines president has delivered on his promises – in spades. During the election campaign Duterte urged the people to kill him if he failed to resolve crime and corruption in the country during the first six months of his term. Over one year into his term and he has delivered on his promises. He’s now famous for more than calling PresidentObama a “son of a whore” at a regional summit in Laos last year. Much to the Rothschild-controlled international community’s outrage, Duterte is shooting from the hip, and cleaning up his country. In 2016, after warning those involved in the narcotics trade that “it’s either you kill me or I kill you“, an astonishing 1,007,153 narcotics criminals surrended to government, and 73 government officials were arrested for involvement in the illegal drug trade.
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