Slavery in 2013

This is hard to read but I know it is true. Please read. Humanity needs to wake up to what is going on all around us. Brenda



Our planet as it really is

Yes, there is slavery in America as well as in most other countries in the world. Why would people buy and sell other human beings? Greed, profit, gender discrimination, cheap labor force are some of the reasons.


In some parts of our country and other countries, a girl is more likely to be raped than to learn how to read. Every year, 60 million girls are sexually assaulted at or on their way to school. There is an estimated 800,000 people trafficked across national borders annually. Eighty per cent are girls and women.

Here in America, on any day in any month,  someone may be sold into slavery.  100,000 to 300,000 people are trafficked annually. 83 % are being sold for sexual work. It is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world.

Worldwide, most trafficked persons are Asians. Up to 800,000 people, men, women, boys and girls are Trafficked…

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4 Responses to Slavery in 2013

  1. Yes, we need to see things as they are and not follow the illusions that are propagated on most of the media. These blogs are part of a new “mainstream” media in my opinion and we are all contributing to the truth coming out. thank you! Cheers! Tomas ☼

    • brendamarroy says:

      Thanks for your comment Tomas. I so agree with you about blogs being used to spread the truth. Unfortunately, the mainstream media is owned by private citizens or corporations and they are not interested in spreading non-biased news that we all need to hear.

      • Up till now we don’t have reliable stats on the number of people informing themselves primarily through the Internet, as I and my wife have been doing for years now. I did listen to a blog-talk radio show recently on the OPPT (One People’s Public Trust) and they mentioned that over 200,000 were on that call. Also, looking at the YouTube view figures (which do seem to be skewed as well at times) there are many people sourcing their information from “alternative” sources. I feel that these new media are indeed becoming the new ‘mainstream’ even though the ‘official’ mainstream media will never admit that. ☼

        • brendamarroy says:

          I definitely agree. I take with a grain of salt what I read in the newspapers and read and listen carefully to what is printed in the underground papers and on the public radio & TV stations.

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