Ivory Coast pledges trafficking crackdown as 137 child victims are rescued – January 14, 2020

(Thomson Reuters Foundation)  The victims ranged in age from six to 17 and came from the nearby West African countries of Nigeria, Benin, Ghana and Togo

By Nellie Peyton

DAKAR, Jan 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Ivory Coast police on Monday vowed to ramp up efforts to stop child trafficking after rescuing 137 children from forced labour and sex work in the first major operation in several years. →

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Who’s Who in Those 144,000 Sealed Indictments About to be Served – by Judy Byington – January 2, 2020

By Judy Byington

January 1, 2020

President Trump has declared January 2020 as a Month Against Human Trafficking, though there was already said to be over 144,000 sealed indictments filed in federal courts across the nation, the majority of which contained charges of pedophilia – one of the main reasons for the trafficking of children. https://youtu.be/sWl0Xl6fBBQ,

Since President Trump took office US Attorney General John Huber and his 740 investigators were believed to have been working with the World Court and Interpol on charges against and arrests of global and political elites believed to have committed Pedophilia and Crimes Against Humanity, including Treason. →

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(Video) NATIONAL SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION MONTH, 2020. A PROCLAMATION by @Donald J Trump – January 1, 2020

https://george.news | Human trafficking erodes personal dignity and destroys the moral fabric of society. It is an affront to humanity that tragically reaches all parts of the world, including communities across our Nation. Each day, in cities, suburbs, rural areas, and tribal lands, people of every age, gender, race, religion, and nationality are devastated by this grave offense. During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we reaffirm our unwavering commitment to eradicate this horrific injustice. →

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Happy Halloween – Rankings of The Worst Candy Companies Contributing To Child Labor and Deforestation — Waking Times – October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween – Rankings of The Worst Candy Companies Contributing To Child Labor and Deforestation

John Vibes, Truth Theory
Waking Times

It is estimated that people in the United States alone will spend $2.7 billion on candy for Halloween, and not many of us really think about where that money is going. Unfortunately, many of the companies behind our favorite Halloween candies have some extremely unethical business practices, including the use of child labor in slave-like conditions overseas. →

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Western Media Silent as China Enslaving Citizens in Concentration Camps, Demolishing Churches — The Free Thought Project – October 22, 2019

(The Free Thought Project)  Millions of Americans are about to be celebrating the Christmas season not being fully aware just how anti-religion and anti-spiritual the People’s Republic of China actually is. Not only do they persecute Christians and demolish their houses of worship, but they force innocent people into slave labor making Christmas lights for 10 hours a day in what can be referred to as black site concentration camps. Seriously. →

Read more & video clip: “The Excavators Are Demolishing A True Jesus Church, Located In Caidu Town Of Shangcai County” (0:21) via  — The Free Thought Project

The “Mother Teresa” of Nepal Has Rescued 18,000 Sex Trafficking Victims — Era of Light – October 3, 2019

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In the 1990s, Nepali native Anuradha Koirala would walk by Kathmandu’s Pashupatinath Temple every morning. And every morning she would meet the women who were begging on those streets. When she struck up a conversation with them, she realized that they were all survivors of gender-based violence. This hit home, because she had dealt with the physical and emotional trauma at the hands of an abusive ex-husband. That moment of connection is what set her on the path to becoming Nepal’s Mother Teresa. ➤➤

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