'WHERE ARE THE GIRLS? CHILD TRAFFICKING FEARED AS DHS CAN'T SAY WHERE IMMIGRANT GIRLS ARE BEING HELD | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'WHERE ARE THE GIRLS? CHILD TRAFFICKING FEARED AS DHS CAN'T SAY WHERE IMMIGRANT GIRLS ARE BEING HELD

As the debate swarms over illegal immigration, Americans on both the left and the right are at each other’s throats pointing fingers over who’s responsible. In the meantime, what was a “conspiracy theory” a month ago is now being confirmed by the very people accused of keeping people in cages. One question, however, has just been raised which gives one a dark and sickly feeling inside when thinking about the potential answers to it: “Where are the girls?”

There is something particularly disturbing about the minuscule amount of footage recently released by HHS last week—it only shows boys, and only boys age 10 and up. Where are the girls? Where are the toddlers? Where are the babies?

Could it be that HHS is only releasing footage of these older boys to portray an image of less suffering and compliant young men in order to keep the public happy? Are the places where girls are kept so disturbing that none of this footage can be released?

These children are being used as pawns in a political game as rivals bicker over how to handle them while ignoring real factors that would curb this massive immigration problem.

Many Americans have been taught to dehumanize these refugees and to believe that it is not our problem. However, these refugees are a direct result of decades-old US policy.

In the heart-wrenching video above, one of the girls claims to be from Honduras. Honduras is currently a crime ridden hell hole rife with gang violence as coca plantations thrive—all thanks to the war on drugs.

Because making something illegal does nothing to curb the demand for it, the war on drugs acts as a fuel to the fire of gang violence and crime in these South and Central American countries by creating an incentive for criminals to capitalize on the constant demand.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The profoundly stupid, and counter-productive "war on drugs" will not change, until the US government follows the Portuguese model, which has decriminalized all drugs, and pushed counseling. The results have been staggeringly great, in terms of turning people away from addiction.

Portugal: what happened after their decriminalization of drugs, from weed to heroin

However, this is very much not likely to happen in the US, because there is too much money to be made by the criminal cartel, which, of course, supports the criminal political cartels here.

Images: Hillary Clinton with Jorge Cabreras, a known drug felon, at the White House Christmas celebration.

Additionally, banks get all warm, fuzzy, and profitable, laundering drug money:

Banks Launder Billions of Illegal Cartel Money While Snubbing Legal Marijuana Businesses

How a big US bank laundered billions from Mexico's murderous drug gangs

HSBC has form: remember Mexico and laundered drug money

And lest we believe this kind of activity is "only a blast from the past", consider the following article, datelined 9 March of this year:

75 indicted in massive drug and money laundering operations involving Sinaloa cartel

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