Contemporary Slavery

It's not chattel slavery, but there is increasing interest in just how much forced labor is going on -- including with major corporations.

Being woke won't help you.

That whole bit about 'having kids is the worst thing you can do' shows this isn't even a right-wing attack on the woke; it's a left-wing, abortion-and-contraceptives attack. It's woke hitting woke.

UPDATE: An escapee from the Chinese gulags speaks.
Twenty prisoners live in one small room. They are handcuffed, their heads shaved, every move is monitored by ceiling cameras. A bucket in the corner of the room is their toilet. The daily routine begins at 6 A.M. They are learning Chinese, memorizing propaganda songs and confessing to invented sins. They range in age from teenagers to elderly. Their meals are meager: cloudy soup and a slice of bread.

Torture – metal nails, fingernails pulled out, electric shocks – takes place in the “black room.” Punishment is a constant. The prisoners are forced to take pills and get injections. It’s for disease prevention, the staff tell them, but in reality they are the human subjects of medical experiments. Many of the inmates suffer from cognitive decline. Some of the men become sterile. Women are routinely raped.
Most likely the sterility is the intent of the drugs; the whole point of a genocide is to get rid of the enemy population, after all. Which also explains the further rather gruesome details about the rapes being accompanied by forced abortions and contraceptions.


ymarsakar said...

Corporate wage slaves.

Bigger issue than it seems. We can just invade bomb them right? Not so fast. Some of these get complicated. I am not saying aliens but ... it has to do with roswell.

ymarsakar said...

And epstein also have slaves. In fact, the trafficking of women and children have gotten big. Djt may have said an ancient network. Why ancient?

Aggie said...

I just get the first sentence and a paywall. Was there a different way to read it?

Grim said...

Which one?