Friday, January 8, 2016

Sex And Violence: Mostly Lies And Prostitution

Two stories in the news lately show the narrative on illegal aliens, prostitution and sex trafficking is continuing to fail miserably. Sex trafficking has always been a myth, the idee fixe that women in Asia, Mexico, or Eastern Europe are held in captivity and forced to work as prostitutes.  This myth has been used to justify granting legal permanent residence to tens of thousands of illegal aliens based the fallacious claims of crime victims, especially women, and more especially women who are engaged in prostitution, qualifying them for political asylum.  But as claims of massive widespread sex trafficking fell apart under assault from the facts, sex trafficking doesn't exist, though prostitutes do travel to the United States to engage in their profession, so they were replaced in the visions of the Cultural Marxists with alleged victims of domestic abuse, with an emphasis on the alleged, as almost never is there any evidence of a crime, much less an arrest or successful prosecution.  But as with all Cultural Marxist claims, the Derbyshire Rule of Narrative Collapse makes it's inevitable appearance, as the sun rises in the east.

First, the Obama Regime's decision to administratively expand claims of political asylum to alleged victims of domestic violence, including victims where the crime occurred overseas, in an infamous decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), Matter of ARCG, a decision where the Obama Regime would not even release the name of the alleged victim so the press and independent investigators and legal scholars can verify the facts, hasn't lived up to the hype.

As with most claims by the Cultural Marxists, the narrative has collapsed, and the outrageously false claims of domestic violence have not been proven in court.  Real lawyers trying real cases actually looking at facts have discovered that most claims of domestic violence by illegal aliens and aliens outside the United States have no factual basis. [Landmark Asylum Ruling Has Helped Fewer Domestic Violence Victims Than Hoped, By Franco OrdoƱez, McClatchyDC, December 30, 2015]

A review of recent decisions in domestic violence asylum cases has advocates saying that outcomes continue to be influenced by courts’ locations and whether applicants have lawyers.
Roughly 2 out of 5 reported domestic-violence decisions have been denied since the landmark case, according to preliminary data compiled by the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies at University of California Hastings College of the Law.

That, of course, is 3 out of 5 too many cases that have been approved, as illegal aliens view claims of domestic violence as playing the lottery:

“I feel like I won the lottery,” Bonilla said, somewhat reluctantly. She won permission to stay in November 2014.

Indeed she does, she won the green card lottery with a story that no one can verify.  Furthermore, there is no evidence that being a crime victim was ever thought by Congress when it wrote and passed the Refugee Act of 1980.  In 1980 "particular social group" was defined as the bourgeois class victims of Communism persecution, not victims of domestic violence.  The Act was passed because the Carter Administration sent two Russian sailors back to certain death in the Soviet Union after they jumped ship while making a call at an American port while loading grain to help save the Soviet Union from starvation.  The Border Patrol arrested the pair, and where then ordered by Jimmy Carter to return the two real refugees to the ship for eventual imprisonment in the Gulag.

In the second case, more evidence has emerged that there's no thing called sex-trafficking, but there is a thing called prostitution.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Victims Unit (ICE SVU) conducted a nation-wide "sex-trafficking operation," Operation Cross Country, a recurring FBI led crackdown that resulted in many prostitutes, pimps, and johns arrested, but no trafficking victims.  [Hundreds Arrested in FBI-Sponsored Prostitution Sting, by Elizabeth Nolen Brown, Reason, October 15, 2015]

Read a little closer, however, and a different picture emerges. Along with the recovered "children"—all but one teenagers, and potentially selling sex of their own accord (more on that later)—officials also found hundreds of adult sex workers and their clients to arrest. Police also used the opportunity to book myriad people for things like drug possession and parole violations. Essentially, what we have here is a massive, coordinated, and federally funded vice sting. 
Operation Cross Country has been operating since 2003, as part of the FBI's "Innocence Lost National Initiative." This year's fiasco—the largest in its history—involved partnerships between the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), and 73 state and local Child Exploitation Task Forces, leading to sting operations in 135 cities. More than 500 law enforcement officials and 90 FBI victim-specialists worked on these stings, which took place in hotels, casinos, truck strops, "and other areas frequented by pimps, prostitutes, and their customers," according to the FBI. The Bureau also notes the arrest of "more than 150 pimps (in addition to) other individuals." 

So, all that Federal cheese expended on searching for children and aliens trafficked into prostitution and they find almost no examples, just lots pimps and prostitutes.  It should come as no surprise that most women engaged in prostitution do so voluntarily and don't leave it for other work because it pays so well, and is generally un-taxed income.  Many aliens come to the United States to work illegally, and some of that illegal work aliens do is prostitution.  The real intent of the T, S, and U visas, as well as asylum for alleged domestic abuse victims is the election of a new people and the destruction of the historic American nation.





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