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#MeToo Campaign 2018. A work in progress. #MeToo goes Global

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"MeToo" 2018 - Children are still the majority silent victims of sexual predators. The RINJ Foundation

2018 Opened up with some very good leads on exploited children.

Michael Carey Clemans, a Sacramento, California sex offender convicted in September 2017 was sentenced mid-January to life imprisonment for his crimes. The FBI cleverly nailed him for nearly 30,000 pornographic images of children he had collected while running an enormnous child sex trade ring. He will never be charged for raping dozens of little children ranging from 7 to 12.

Clemans slides under the cracks in the door of Justice. He was born in America, worked as an airline pilot in Thailand, and organized over fifty child sex slave procurers in the Philippines. Two have been caught and are serving fifteen year sentences. They are women. The other 48 have not been caught. They collectively procured vulnerable children from the streets of Manila where tens of thousands of children live homeless. They procured children orphaned by typhoons and earthquakes; beggar kids from many provinces; and kids whose families didn't want them in this overpopulated country where child rape is a cottage industry and incest is an every day occurrence.

Men in the Philippines get a free pass for these crimes so they create businesses and invite visitors from all over the world to come and buy children. Their wives, some 10 million of them are overseas foreign workers, nannies, maids, kitchen helpers, and other domestic workers being sexually molested all over the world, especially in the Middle East.

The Philippines was an ideal place to set up his business thought Clemans as he flew routes throughout South-East Asia sexing little kids in various countries. He picked the Philippines where millions of unwanted children live because of poverty and the stranglehold the Catholic Church has on contraceptives in that country's Supreme Court.

The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is courageously fighting the Catholic Bishops for Filipino reproductive rights in the Philippines but the Church has a lot of money for lawyers. Bishops drive around in lavish cars and live lavish lives in a country where over 62 million people do not have three meals a day.

Selling children seems to be easy when there are far too many to feed and most of them are undernourished and born into single parent lives. Rough estimates suggest that since 2016, 5 million unwanted children have been born because of the Church's interference in contraception and family planning rights.

Philippines President Duterte has his work cut out for him. He says he seeks to reduce childbirths to three children per family. That would be a worthwhiile goal and a good start heading for an even lower total fertility rate of 2.1 children per family. This is something that cannot be achieved by legislating families to limit childbirths. Education can start fast, solving poverty is a longer term tool, and providing free contraceptives immediately are the ways ahead toward lowered TFR.

The RINJ Foundation Women have offered to help and calculate that a total fertility rate (TFR) of 2.1 or less is a necessary goal. The president's 3.0 target is a good stepping stone to reaching a more conservative ideal. The Philippines cannot support any population growth in the forseeable future but growth is in leaps and bounds. Currently the interim TFR estimates suggest Philippines TFR has rocketed from 3.7 to 4.1. Poverty has increased in the past three years. The span between the elite and the poor has radically increased owing to extreme corruption at every level of government and society, and the Philippines Gross Domestic Product is based on exporting its women as overseas foreign workers and its children as part of the underground crime culture of human trafficking (child sex trade).

Clemans was busted in 2015. Despite that fact he kept on visiting the country and raping children in the Philippines while his "agents" or "pimps" ran business partnerships that sold kids for PH3,000 Pesos per night and pumped out pornogrpahy on the internet. Many of these businesses are still running having relocated their highly mobile 'premises'. Clemans says he has been forthcoming in providing the American FBI with information but the RINJ women say that is not true and that Clemans has conspired with persons in the Philippines to try and create a safe haven for him to hide out and continue these illegal child sex trade operations. To do so he needs money. He has not turned over all his network. He plans to appeal his sentence and believes he has the ability to return to the Philippines permanently. That's what our investigators believe. We also think the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is targeting some of the "residue" from Clemans operations. The two "pimps" of Clemans who are in custody would not know of his other operations and workers. We believe they were poor performers for him because they were pocketing all the proceeds and misreporting to Clemans their incomes from the crime rings that he began. That would likely be why he served them up to the FBI and the NBI. That is a theory of a crime RINJ uses internally to justify searching for and exposing the remainder of Clemans operations.

RINJ, a global Civil Society NGO has some informality advantages over public law enforcement confined to their borders. Subsequent sharing of research information with law enforcement to aid the seeking of additional perpetrators for custody is the best way ahead for rescuing children who otherwise will never get a chance to say "#MeToo".

to be continued...

Other fundamental women's issues suggested for your reading.

  1. Abortion
  2. Female Genital Mutilation
  3. Gropers
  4. Women's Literature
  5. #MeToo
  6. Mysogyny vs Gender Equality
  7. Pornography
  8. Prostitution
  9. Rape and Sexual Assault defined
  10. War Crime of Rape

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    Published: Tue, 22 May 2018 22:31:17

    Rohingya Rape Pregnancies coming to full term in camps as more rain falls. Monsoon season has begun. The number of raped Rohingya girls and women may be as many as 100,000 across three countries where Rohingya are displaced. Now delivering … Read

  2. Universal Health Coverage/Ebola: World Health Assembly
    Published: Mon, 21 May 2018 21:37:32

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  3. May 2018 Gaza Massacre: Israel & USA Should Go Silent
    Published: Mon, 21 May 2018 19:58:24

    Further inflaming the tensions that follow the May 2018 Gaza Massacre there is  arrogance with crash-and-burn foolhardiness from the accused offenders. The universal right to remain silent while under investigation would be a wise option for parties that declared they will not … Read

  4. ‘May 2018 Gaza Massacre’: Is UN Upholding Int’l Law?
    Published: Sun, 20 May 2018 13:26:19

    UN Photo/Elma Okic – The Human Rights Council chamber in Geneva. The UN Human Rights Commission says the “disproportionate and indiscriminate use of force by the Israeli occupying forces against Palestinian civilians” requires a full investigation. by Sharon Santiago & … Read

  5. A Candle in the Darkness of Death. Gaza, Syria, Santa Fe…
    Published: Sat, 19 May 2018 19:04:19

    The Grim Reaper Dealt Humanity harsh and murderous blows lately. This past week in May, hundreds died violent deaths. We must all light a candle at least in our hearts, that death not have so much darkness for those loving … Read

  6. May 2018 Gaza Massacre: A Way Forward
    Published: Thu, 17 May 2018 18:08:05

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  7. Fallout from Duterte’s Scuttling Supreme Court
    Published: Thu, 17 May 2018 12:06:38

    Scuttling is the deliberate sinking of a ship by allowing water to flow into the hull. This can be achieved in several ways—seacocks or hatches can be opened to the sea, or holes may be ripped into the hull with … Read

  8. Israel! Stop Live Fire on Gaza Civilians – UN Must Investigate
    Published: Tue, 15 May 2018 18:21:46

    May 2018 Gaza Massacre Children are often vulnerable to environmental antagonists. In this case the gasses launched by Israeli soldiers permeated the Gaza environment and triggered the death of infant Layla. The grief of this family over the loss of … Read

  9. Trump’s Jerusalem Embassy: High Casualties
    Published: Tue, 15 May 2018 00:07:56

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  10. Top Women Getting ‘Squashed’ by Philippines’ Duterte
    Published: Mon, 14 May 2018 17:53:26

    by Melissa Hemingway, staff writer, Feminine-Perspective.org Over 100,000 Filipino members of The RINJ Foundation are females. Their voices like most members are silent until a crisis dawns. That’s the case in the Philippines which many say is in crisis. #BabaeAko ~ … Read



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About The RINJ Foundation
"RINJ" (RINJ.ngo / RINJ.ong ) is a private, non-profit, association of humanitarians including nurses, midwives, medics, EMS workers, doctors, lawyers and investigators fighting for the safety of women and children around the world. This association of members comprises an organized and structured global NGO, Civil Society group and *Social Movement. (*Including several of its subsidiary units RINJ in some regions seeks to empower oppressed population elements to mount effective challenges and resist the more powerful and advantaged elites.)
The RINJ Foundation
RINJ operates 100% on funds from private funders to ensure RINJ
  • freedom to offer humanitarian assistance when & where needed; &
  • maintain RINJ independence from political, religious & economic influence.
RINJ volunteers provide assistance to women and children in distress, to survivors of natural or man-made disasters & to victims of armed conflict. RINJ fills its role regardless of race, religion, creed or political convictions.
  • RINJ volunteers observe neutrality and impartiality in the name of universal medical ethics; the rule of law; and the universal right to humanitarian assistance.
  • RINJ claims full & unfettered freedom in the exercise of its functions.
  • RINJ volunteer/members undertake to respect professional codes of ethical standards & maintain independence from political, economic or religious powers.
  • RINJ volunteers/members understand the risks and dangers of the missions they carry out and make no claim for themselves or their assigns for any form of compensation other than that which The RINJ Foundation might be able to afford them.
  • Impartiality & neutrality are not equal to silence. When RINJ workers witness extreme acts of violence against individuals or groups, the organisation may speak out publicly. RINJ may seek to bring attention to extreme need and unacceptable suffering when access to justice or lifesaving medical care is impeded, when medical facilities come under threat, when crises like rape for the purpose of genocide are neglected, or when the provision of aid is inadequate or abused.
  • Crimes Against Humanity, 2012 to 2018-05-25. RINJ Claims the right for any of its members capable, to arrest and detain for transport to the Hague any ISIS person who
    1) in a contiguous set of actions to or from the moment of being observed comitting an act in contravention of the Rome Statute; and
    2) who in so doing also simultaneously claims to be or showing that they are, by uniform, flag bearing, or outright statement, members of the alleged War Criminal Group known as "The Islamic State".