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    The issue in here is that white collar ,well to dos are involved in human trafficking which is to be stopped .If government will become criminal ,then whole system will become a mess .

    criminal minded individuals are involved in heinous crimes and they will be involved BUT government can not do it .

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    There are already plenty of laws against the component crimes of "human trafficking". If the government does not enforce the laws already on the books, then what good is passing new laws? In such situation we need a new government.

    There are laws against paying someone $1/hour and forcing them to work 80 hours a week - such employers can be arrested and thrown in jail. There are laws against fraudulent contracts.

    We don't need more laws regarding "human trafficking" - if we enforce the current laws, there will be no human trafficking. When the media starts shouting about "human trafficking" and social engineers decree that "traditional marriage" is a form of human trafficking, that's when I get off the train...
    Government is like Fertilizer. A little is good, too much is a pile of crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quincy View Post
    The human traffickers get paid by victims to be transported out of countries like Libya, Senegal, Turkey etc almost behaving like travel agencies to transport the victims illegally . Others may act as employment agencies , offering employment to poor workers from Philippines, Indonesia, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, although the workers contracts may not necessarily be respected upon arrival and be broken by their future employers
    The skyscrapers in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Dubai were built by poor, sometimes illiterate workers transported by dodgy firms and delivered to unscrupulous employers. Yet some of them may choose to stay on in spite of the violations of their rights because the prospects back home are unattractive
    Of note, employers withhold / retain the passports which is in contravention of the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights (No.13) which states:

    Freedom to Move - We all have the right to go where we want in our own country and to travel as we wish.
    Если враг в пределах досягаемости, то и вы тоже!


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    When 10 year old children are being sold openly ,and one talks of employment then its simply mockery of humanity .Until your own children are sold in the market ,you stay asleep .

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    Quote Originally Posted by res View Post
    When 10 year old children are being sold openly ,and one talks of employment then its simply mockery of humanity .Until your own children are sold in the market ,you stay asleep .
    The wider question of slavery is believed to affect 27 million people worldwide. War, massacre and starvation in a region like South Sudan is certain to aggravate the problem. You could ask, why are governments especially those that claim to uphold the rule of law not acting more vigorously to combat slavery

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    Quote Originally Posted by quincy View Post
    The wider question of slavery is believed to affect 27 million people worldwide. War, massacre and starvation in a region like South Sudan is certain to aggravate the problem. You could ask, why are governments especially those that claim to uphold the rule of law not acting more vigorously to combat slavery
    WTF ,you are hungry so you start to sell other people , that will solve your problem ,OUT of sense and logic .YOU ARE A SALVE but we are not .

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    Quote Originally Posted by res View Post
    WTF ,you are hungry so you start to sell other people , that will solve your problem ,OUT of sense and logic .YOU ARE A SALVE but we are not .
    Res, if you are dissatisfied with the status quo, why don't you go become more activist? You can talk to government officials, or write them letters, or make a cardboard sign and stand in front of a government building, handing out leaflets. You could even run for office, become a politician yourself! Change the System by participating in it! That's what democracy is.

    99 out of 100 people are just waiting for someone else to do something.

    You can arise, get out of your flat, go down to the street, go to a politician's office and make him aware of criminal activities and ask why he/she is not doing anything about it. Or protest and demonstrate against bad policies, or start a newsletter, your own radio station. Just complaining about bad things on a forum will not accomplish much. Even if nothing happens in your attempts to effect change, you will feel better inside, because at least you tried. And maybe you can find some other people to join with you. There's nothing like marching with a hundred thousand other people in the streets of the capital, knowing you have the power.

    If you can't find a protest movement to join, then start your own! This is going on all over the globe, in many countries.

    Look at the guy in Armenia - he started his own protest against the government, it ballooned into a nationwide peaceful demonstration, and now he's the new prime minister!
    Government is like Fertilizer. A little is good, too much is a pile of crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInterocitor View Post

    Look at the guy in Armenia - he started his own protest against the government, it ballooned into a nationwide peaceful demonstration, and now he's the new prime minister!
    very true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInterocitor View Post
    Res, if you are dissatisfied with the status quo, why don't you go become more activist? You can talk to government officials, or write them letters, or make a cardboard sign and stand in front of a government building, handing out leaflets. You could even run for office, become a politician yourself! Change the System by participating in it! That's what democracy is.

    99 out of 100 people are just waiting for someone else to do something.

    You can arise, get out of your flat, go down to the street, go to a politician's office and make him aware of criminal activities and ask why he/she is not doing anything about it. Or protest and demonstrate against bad policies, or start a newsletter, your own radio station. Just complaining about bad things on a forum will not accomplish much. Even if nothing happens in your attempts to effect change, you will feel better inside, because at least you tried. And maybe you can find some other people to join with you. There's nothing like marching with a hundred thousand other people in the streets of the capital, knowing you have the power.

    If you can't find a protest movement to join, then start your own! This is going on all over the globe, in many countries.

    Look at the guy in Armenia - he started his own protest against the government, it ballooned into a nationwide peaceful demonstration, and now he's the new prime minister!
    you have a valid points AND I will go for worldwide movement against child trafficking .BUT meanwhile to raise awareness online is not a bad option .

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    If anybody who does not have a job , Please contact me .This world has more jobs than people need ,the only problem is corruption and greed .

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    Quote Originally Posted by res View Post
    If anybody who does not have a job , Please contact me .
    How must money is in it?
    Is it stable or "one off"?

    This world has more jobs than people need ,the only problem is corruption and greed .
    Corruption is only a problem if you are in the wrong end of it so to speak, greed is basically what make the world go around, people's urge for money.

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    To oversee Russian version of fashion portal .Should have at least 6 years experience in administrating Enterprise grade software .Should be a Computer science graduate .At least 4 year degree .Its stable .Salary would be best in the industry Or say highest .

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    I dont remember but in one thread ,someone had said if I would openly disclose the name of human traffickers if they threaten me . There are many sympathizers of human traffickers .But actually its not sympathy .Its one of two ,Either influence OR lust .

    I want to say to those , that u will do anything u want and once u r caught red handed then u dont want ur name to be disclosed .

    MAY be , that is ur desire BUT

    YOU came across wrong person THIS time .I have the ability to fight ,NOT with one government BUT with MANY governments AND I will fight .

    AND will get them bite DUST .

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    Prostitution Is the oldest profession in the world .Everyone is free to indulge in it ,BUT by forcing someone to indulge in it , is a the most most heinous crime .

    I have the special responsibility to fight for those who are weak and can not afford fighting Shitty Human Traffickers .
    Last edited by res; 13-06-2018 at 12:24.

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    Who will fight for these people ??

    https://pagesix.com/2018/04/20/small...ium=SocialFlow

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