Human Trafficking

Some of you have probably seen the Lifetime special (the silly movie with the hokey Hollywood ending) on the topic [not recommended], but the sad fact is that Human Trafficking, the enslavement of women and children into the global sex trade, presently claims over an estimated 27 million victims, and continues to grow. The USA committed $400 million into resources to fight this, but that pales compared to the well-over $2.4 billion spent to fight the drug trade (just the DEA alone).

One would think, that smuggling people would be a lot tougher than smuggling substances, but our own government, fights the problem with one hand, and then rewards the traffickers with the other (case in point, Dyncorp, which gets over 97% of it’s revenues from the government),

Here’s Representative Cynthia McKinney questioning one very uncomfortable-looking Donald Rumsfeld on the practice:

McKinney was since targeted for political removal by the financial interests she threatened (by using the House as a forum to expose these practices), but here’s Proof of Dyncorp’s involvement, which includes an admission from a supervisor who videotaped himself raping a young woman. The Pentagon has since drafted a “zero tolerance” policy against contractors engaging in the practice, but the measure has stalled, with Halliburton and Dyncorp lobbying heavily against the resolution.

It’s a heart-breaking problem; a world-wide assault on the spirit of humanity, affecting all people and nations. Victor Malarek has written a rather comprehensive book on the topic, The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade.

Below, is an excerpt from the book:

There are an estimated 20,000 female sex slaves forced into prostitution in Tel-Aviv each year. According to a report released in 2005 by the Knesset Subcommittee on Trafficking in Women, between 10,000 and 15,000 women had been smuggled into Israel over the previous four years to work as prostitutes. According to the report, the women, who were mostly from the former Soviet Union, were sold at public auction for as much as $10,000 and forced to work up to 18 hours a day. On average, the women received only three percent of the money they earned from prostitution, and many were raped and beaten. Most of the women had been smuggled over the Egyptian border and lured from Russia and Eastern Europe on false promises of secretarial jobs.

More on those internal connections from ry2sense:

Marc Rich (a Mossad agent) and his partner Pincus (Pinky) Green took advantage of this. (In particular they created hordes of desperate young Russian girls… thus the Mossad’s infamous sex slavery and blackmailing schemes.) The conditions these two helped create in Russia is what allowed for the massive sex slavery rings where by little boys were being raped to death on film. The films were then sold to Europe and America.

Israel is a popular destination and traffic point due to the indifference of police and politicians to the problem, and the apartheid status quo [NOTED]. The problem however, is worldwide: the United States, China, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, and Turkey also play substantial roles.

 
Disclaimer: This article was written at an earlier stage of my development, thus it may contain some minor points which do not necessarily reflect my present belief set.
 

Note: The primary reason that white-slavery rings run so openly and immune from the law in Israel, is due to the overwhelming influence/infiltration of the Talmudics. Said “holy book” [technically, it’s a business manual] espouses the view of that goyim/non-jews are essentially cattle and should be treated as such. Which, while not adhered to by the general population has many a believer amongst those in positions of power.

~ by celticrebel on April 18, 2007.

One Response to “Human Trafficking”

  1. Wow.

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