Human Trafficking. When I hear or read those words, I wonder what does it actually mean?
We all know what drug trafficking is. Its getting drugs to their customers. Do these people that are being trafficked, have awaiting customers? Or is
"Human Trafficking" just helping people get from point A to point B? I do know in some cases, prostitution is involved. But all ages, male and
female are being trafficked. They cant all be used for prostitution. What other possible uses could they be used for? Just a slave? Like a forced
Most of it in the U.S. is sex related. You'd be surprised how big the sex industry is. And a lot of it is our own U.S. citizens. It's a problem in
Just about a year ago I read a report of 2 local women who were "befriended" by another women at a local bar and bought them a round. She tried to
slip something into their drinks. They figured it out just in time as that new "friend" was trying to get them out of the bar with help from 2 male
friends. Truly some sick people out there.
But all ages, male and female are being trafficked. They cant all be used for prostitution. What other possible uses could they be used for? Just a
slave? Like a forced butler?
What do you think is going on?
One thing I really disagreed with Trump on was commuting the sentence of Shalom Rubashkin. Oddly enough, the MSM and leading Democrats fully
supported him on this. Even the Jewish community supported it, in spite of the fact that he was selling non-Kosher meat nationwide as Kosher.
To your question, among his many crimes he basically imported illegal immigrants to work at his meat processing plant and worked them no better than
slaves. People died. People were maimed. And all the workers were afraid to speak out less they be deported.
If you want the full story:
So, yeah, slave labor. Nothing so cushy as being a butler or a maid.
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