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AmberHeart

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They have to be. There are too many terrorists there and they need to stay in control or they will lose their country, and no allies will help them if they chose not to at least try to help themselves.
Exactly, so these rats that brag about having terrorist sympathy can be reported as well those who blackmail cause they could be on child porn networks too.
 

Brasilgirl

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That's if all of you would want to do something in combination with Facebook awareness pages... along with a petition, etc.
I think Facebook is on its way out, it has to change. Too many security issues. Eventually they will mess up to a point where they will take a fee for each account. That will kill the rats. A fee will tie them to a credit card and that can be easily traced back to them. Potentially. Im sure they will set up work arounds. Also if they make it so you can only search in your own country it would limit the casual friend connections to people you don’t know. You’ll need the persons account name to connect.
There are lots of ways to tighten it down that won’t affect the honest people, just the scammers.
 
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Brasilgirl

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Exactly, so these rats that brag about having terrorist sympathy can be reported as well those who blackmail cause they could be on child porn networks too.
I think Tunisia is just slow to the game as a country. They have to catch up. And I beleive that once the good people in the government get a good hold on things, we will see harsher punishments than we see in our countries. They just need to stop the corruption. Brasil made huge headway on the corruption. I think Tunisia will too.
 

Heidi

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Teenagers are more likely to send photos that the rat can use for blackmail. Snap chats, etc. I had friends who didn’t think it was wrong to even strip and dance for guys they met on line. But they would never do that for a boy they new in person. They felt they were safe because they guy online didn’t know much about them. They have no idea.
Before I closed my fb, I had a standard picture I sent to scammers

proceed with caution ;)
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Discovery

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Just want to wish everyone the very merriest of Christmas. Off for some fun in the sun, (don't worry I've learned my lesson well)
I hope the holidays brings you peace and all good things. I look forward to a bright new year for all. XO
 

Mystery

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20181215_202950.jpg ISIS is good for something here and that's washing dishes.
It states that it's ok to beat your women in Islam.
This gives the men free will to define beating as murder and broken bones.
Until that changes I am afraid women regardless of what country your in what religion you are these men will never respect you. Yes there are good men out there but they are exceptional.
 

Mystery

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Just want to wish everyone the very merriest of Christmas. Off for some fun in the sun, (don't worry I've learned my lesson well)
I hope the holidays brings you peace and all good things. I look forward to a bright new year for all. XO
Merry xmas enjoy yourself if your heading to Tunisia it's cold yesterday it was raining.
Be safe
 

Brasilgirl

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I think Tunisia is just slow to the game as a country. They have to catch up. And I beleive that once the good people in the government get a good hold on things, we will see harsher punishments than we see in our countries. They just need to stop the corruption. Brasil made huge headway on the corruption. I think Tunisia will too.
This will take several generations, of course.
 

Judithlyn

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May I ask. Did any of the Tunisian people help you? Are they fighting bezness from within? From your experience.
No, the ones who are not actually pulling bezness are condoning it by remaining silent! Family members, neighbors, and friends all see very clearly what is going on and just pretend to your face, the victim’s face, that you are a queen! It’s so disgusting and hurtful to me! I met so many Tunisians. When I explained why I broke up with Abdelhak, NOT ONE, cared at all! I was just another infidel who trod into their country! People MUST stay out of Tunisia! They are masters at bezness, the country is run on corruption, and nobody, absolutely nobody, trust each other! They are getting ready to have a huge uprising in 2019! People best stay out of there or risk injury, death, or who knows what? I saw it on the news! The people are angry at their horrendous quality of life and all of the corruption happening!
 

Judithlyn

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So, how do we keep the Tunisian rats in Tunisia and not in the rest of the world?
Write Embassies, Interpol, USA ICE, USA State Dept, British Home Office, FBI, CIA, USA Homeland Security....I have written them all! Many people need to write them and explain bezness and name names as to who these bezness criminals are!!!
 

Judithlyn

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Mr FB doesn't care....as long as his millionaire pockets stay lined.
Even our police here despise FB....because there is no way to directly contact anybody....no way to hear a human voice. You have to just tick boxes, and they tell you that it's ok, the fake account of you "Does not violate our community standards".....but God forbid you put on a pic of a mother breastfeeding her baby!
FB don't care....and that's the truth :(
I’ve written them and they do nothing! They even blocked one of my comments saying it was “against their community standards” when I outed bezness criminal activities!
 

Brasilgirl

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How did Brazil do it, btw?
They started investigating people and charging them. Some of the richest people are jailed for taking or offering bribes. Some even lost billions and collapsed their wealth as a result. They also went in military style and cleaned up the worst favelas before the olympics in Rio de Janeiro. But the biggest part was stopping the corruption at the top. There is still corruption, but it’s not obvious as it was. Now people know that even if you are rich and powerful you can get caught, lose everything, and go to jail.
That doesn’t stop a lot of people from doing it, but it gives you more leverage in taking people to court etc. knowing that they do take these kinds of crimes seriously.
 

Vampirecat

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I don't know why I feel compelled to say this to everyone here, but honestly... I love all of you. I know I'm a little crazy, and obviously, I have some lingering emotional problems, but I really love everyone here. I'm thankful for this place and I really hope the collaboration here helps other women. :love:
It certainly helps me xx
 

Judithlyn

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It was through Facebook! I wrote on several places hoping that some letter might reach a human instead of just computers. I told them that allowing people to open multiple accounts is enabling con artists and fraudulent activities on Facebook and thousands upon thousands of victims are hurt by these monsters. I also told them to be far more vigilant watching accounts in Tunisia and Nigeria. I don’t think it did any good though!
 
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