Even a child is known by his doings,
whether his work be pure,
and whether it be right.
One little girl… one little 5-year-old girl not even in first grade yet… one little, helpless, 5-year-old girl with Special Needs … was innocently playing outside her parents’ apartment one fine June day… June 2, 2016 to be exact … in Twin Falls, Idaho.
It is a fine city by all standards, all standards except one, that is… and THAT ONE+ is the only one that counts.
That fine June day in this fine American city turned into a nightmare for one little 5-year-old American girl, a nightmare that will last a long, long time.
This little girl was violently thrust into the adult world of sin as she was sexually violated by 3 muslim boys… 13, 9, and 8. After that, they urinated upon her … and that, in her mouth.
Hearsay ? No. The 13-year-old muslim boy used his phone to make a video of the “activity.” He was training the other two boys, as obviously he had been trained, to assault someone feminine. Someone weaker.
When adults arrived on the scene, all the children — yes ALL of them: the little girl who was taken by knife point to an apartment laundry room and stripped, and the young boys plus their young teen-age trainer — were naked.
The child’s mother called the police. A muslim mother of one of the attackers went to the apartment of the wounded child [how did she know where it was? ] and said in broken English,
” No police. Everything OK.”
EVERYTHING OKAY ?
FOR WHOM ?
Maybe it was “okay” for the Twin Falls city council, who declared an indignant citizen disrespectful… when nothing YET had been done about the situation two weeks after it had occurred, plus other reprehensible situations with the muslim refugees imported into that fine city. ( Muslim women spitting upon un-Burqa-ed American shoppers, hit and run incidents, etc.)
[ When asked for a response for justice, a city council member said, “We just GAVE you 25 minutes ! “ Read: “What more do you want ? “ ]
This video is on YouTube. See : Twin Falls, Idaho City Council Meeting, June 13th, 2016. Posted by birdwhisperer46. OR: https://vimeo.com/171408969
Maybe it was “okay” for the Twin Falls police department who responded to the mother’s call …
TWO-and-a-half HOURS later.
Maybe it was “okay” for the county prosecutor who, despite the video taken on the cell phone of the 13-year-old [ confiscated by the little girl’s mother and dutifully handed over to the Twin Falls police ] , could not figure out what needed to be done??
“It’s under investigation, “ is all this astute personage could divulge.
Maybe it is “okay” for the two older boys, which were finally arrested on June 18… but because they were “children” , they were remanded unto their families’ custody. Regardless of the request for a restraining order by the little girl’s family, those boys were seen running about the apartment complex grounds.
[Guess it was pretty much OKAY for them after all! ]
Maybe it is “okay” for the muslims who are sending threats to the parents who dared to call the police… that same inert police force in Twin Falls, Idaho, who are also doing NOTHING about these threats.
Webster’s Ninth says “okay” is OLL KORRECT, a facetious alteration of all correct ( 1840 ) … but there was NOTHING “ALL CORRECT” about this vicious and demon-inspired muslim attack on a helpless 5-year-old little girl, a special needs child.
There was CERTAINLY NOTHING CORRECT about the Twin Falls Police arriving at the scene 2.5 hours AFTER in happened.
There was CERTAINLY NOTHING CORRECT done by the elected city council members whose greatest response was to set aside “important business” and listen to the citizens for an entire 25 minutes… about the length of time a zoning complaint hearing receives.
LOOKING A LITTLE DEEPER…
Now, with all of the following information available on Wikipedia, let’s look at this fine, growing, and thriving city of about 44,000 or more in south-central Idaho.
In the past, some would remember it from Evel Knievel’s attempted motor-cycle jump in 1974 across the Snake River.
Nowadays, Twin Falls, Idaho is a prosperous commercial center… even though it is the largest city in Idaho NOT LOCATED ON AN INTERSTATE.
Strange, isn’t it ?
must set Twin Falls, Idaho apart from other thriving cities of commerce
which MUST have interstate access as a major attraction. Twin Falls
has had much success in attracting GLOBAL, well-financed companies. Here are a few, but there are MORE… including 14 cinemas, new hospital and
schools, etc. A thriving, bustling community.
DELL computers located there until 2010, but whose empty facility was reverted to C3, a call center company that same year. GLANBIA is also in Twin Falls. It is a company making global performance nutrition and ingredients group with operations in 32 countries. JAYCO, a recreational vehicle manufacturer, is located there in this non-interstate-serviced metropolitan area.
And then, we have the cream of the crop ( so to speak), CHOBANI GREEK-STYLE YOGURT manufacturing company. It opened the WORLD’S largest Greek-style yogurt factory and distribution center in Twin Falls, Idaho, 2012.
On December 17, 2012 Chobani opened one of the world’s largest yogurt-processing plants in Twin Falls, Idaho. The one million square-foot facility cost $450 million and employs 300 people.
Mr. Ulukaya [ Chobani owner and CEO ] said, “The state expects the total economic impact of our business there to be $1.3 billion.” The plant won the 2013 DBIA Design-Build Project of the Year award and the 2013 Food Plant of the Year award from Food Engineering magazine. SEE: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chobani
In March of 2016, Chobani announced that it will be incrementally investing almost $100 million into the Greek yogurt plants it has in Twin Falls, Idaho. The Twin Falls plant currently employs more than 1,000 people, almost 100 of whom were hired in the last half of 2015.
Chobani plans to add a global research and development facility for their Twin Falls scientific team, office expansions and an employee cafeteria. This summer, they plan to start to produce yogurt-based dip and drinkable yogurt products in the Twin Falls factory. SEE: wikipedia article on HAMDI ULUKAYA.
DISTRIBUTION CENTER … Without ONE interstate into the city ?
Does THAT make sense ?
What DOES make sense is that Hamdi Ulukaya is the owner and CEO of Chobani . He was born to Kurdish parents who owned a dairy ( goats ) farm (or business) in Turkey. Being Kurdish would make him a Sunni muslim, although Wikipedia listed no religion in his biography.
In a few short years, Mr. Ulukaya came to a university in America, learned English, worked on a farm, bought a defunct Kraft yogurt factory in upstate New York… and after a few years of hard work, became a millionaire. ( Incredible ! )
Of course, he must have had a few helping friends… Perhaps Mr. Bill Clinton knew him back then ? At any rate, Mr. Clinton knew him in 2015 when he had Mr. Ulukaya with him at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York .
A few enlightening details:
In 2014 Ulukaya pledged to donate $2 million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. His intention was to provide immediate relief for those being persecuted in Iraq and Syria and to explore philanthropic avenues for helping refugees around the world.
In May 2015 Ulukaya announced that he will donate a majority of his wealth to help refugees around the world. The donation will be made under the auspices of The Giving Pledge, started by Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. The Giving Pledge encourages billionaires to donate at least half of their wealth, either during their lifetimes or in their wills.
Ulukaya visited the Greek island of Lesbos in September 2015 to see first-hand the situation of the mostly Syrian refugees there.
In 2015 he launched a foundation called Tent to help refugees. Ulukaya stated that he would like to see more companies and entrepreneurs engaged in helping refugees by providing more innovative solutions to solving the crisis, using their expertise to help refugees and asking companies to explore hiring refugees. At Chobani’s plants in Upstate New York and Twin Falls Idaho, Ulukaya has long hired refugees from around the world from regions across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
On September 29, 2015 Ulukaya spoke at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York. He urged business people to do more than “just write checks” to help alleviate the suffering of the displaced.
In addition to receiving many entrepreneurship awards, in April 2014 he was named by President Barack Obama as an inaugural member of the Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) initiative – 11 selected business leaders who will champion and encourage entrepreneurship in the U.S. and abroad.
In November, 2015 Ulukaya was honored by the Children’s Aid Society with their Corporate Leadership Award.
The $450 million-dollar Chobani facility in Twin Falls, Idaho needs LOTS of workers. And TWIN FALLS, IDAHO has just the man-power on hand: a large contingent of muslims of working age.
The federal government has commi$$ioned the local college, the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) , as the agent to help train and settle the muslim refugees. These refugees come from several muslim countries, including countries in Africa. One school teacher said she had 23 languages spoken in her classroom, according to reports.
[ That is not the only problem in the classroom, as other incidents of muslim elementary school boys bringing knives to school AND CUTTING OTHER STUDENTS , according to the above article from Blacksphere. ]
So now the MONEY-CONNECTION unfolds.
Mr. Ulakaya, currently a billionaire with Chobani yogurt factories in other countries, is very philanthropic and quite generous with his gifts for civic projects.
No wonder… this civic-minded Kurdish-American sits on the board of Upstate Regional Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Vice Chair of the Corporate Fund Board of the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.
Recently, he astounded even the most generous of givers with the announcement that he is GIVING SHARES of Chobani to the workers themselves, based on the number of years they have worked for the company. This is no light thing: his shares are worth $150,000.
In April, 2016, Chobani announced it was giving 10 percent of its ownership stake to its employees. Considering there are 2000 employees, this would be on average $150,000 per employee.
Some employees will be becoming instant millionaires as a result of this action, because share awards were based on tenure at the company. See the same wikipedia article as above, on CHOBANI.