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Human Trafficking

2022-12-17 01:09:37.742076+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

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This and other stories make it clear "human trafficking" as politically discussed is a white-washed suburban victim fantasy of Instagram posts about zip ties on car doors, instead of social systems collapse and Main Street business labor practices.

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#Comment Re: Human Trafficking made: 2022-12-19 14:03:08.935486+01 by: TheSHAD0W

And it's this sort of minimization that explains why people are complacent about Ghislaine Maxwell being convicted of sex trafficking to no one.

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