posted on Nov, 5 2013 @ 07:13 PM
It is very sad...Tortures and subjugation of the poor are quite common among the US allies Middle East countries. They are just not widely publicized
and the western governments keep silent about it for political and economic reasons. It is apparent, human rights is never in their agendas.
Speak to any of the Asian nation embassies especially, one will find out the sad truth. It is extremely difficult to fight back because the law is
never on the side of the underdogs unless stories leak out in a major way. These Asian slaves (yes, we should acknowledge it is), usually owe a lot of
money to agents who arrange their routes and promise them jobs. These slaves are badly compensated for their work and poorly treated. They are not
able to fight, escape or return to their respective countries because 1) they don't have enough to pay their debts 2) they would feel disgraced to
return to their families with nothing to show for 3) they can't switch jobs or escape so easily because 4) their passports are normally withheld by
their employers 5)the employers will ensure they will be tortured worse if they fight back. The only shelters are their own embassy or consular
grounds....and most are not fortunate or educated enough in the foreign land to be able to make it there. So they choose to suffer in silence.
Btw, here's one torture video in the UAE (another one of US allies) by the prince himself: