sexual slavery & forced labor, modern-day slavery Death, disappearance, & enslavement

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    We're not talking about some 3rd world country here, we're talking about America! Is this the country we've become so Big Business can have their cheap labor at the expense of the taxpayers? :evil:

    CBP Launches Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign
    'Don’t Be Fooled' to Complement Central America/Mexico Campaign


    Tuesday, July 19, 2011

    Washington -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection today launched two public service announcements as part of the “Don’t Be Fooled” campaign—a public awareness campaign designed to educate citizens and encourage public vigilance to combat human trafficking within local communities, and invite others to join the fight against this form of modern-day slavery.

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    The two public service announcements, titled “Masquerade” and “Bird Cage,” will begin airing July 25 in three key media markets: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and the Washington, D.C., metro area. All announcements will provide a phone number citizens can call to report suspicious activity.

    “Death, disappearance, and enslavement—these too often are the futures that await illegal immigrants who mortgage their lives to human smugglers” said CBP Deputy Commissioner, David V. Aguilar. “These evils are what CBP and our partner agencies within the Department of Homeland Security began to target with last year’s ‘No Te Engañes’ campaign and that we continue to combat with our new ‘Don’t Be Fooled’ efforts.”

    “Trafficking victims live under a crippling fear under the control of their traffickers who’ve filled their minds with lies,” said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deputy Director Kumar C. Kibble. “Through CBP’s ‘No Te Engañes’ public service announcement, we hope to reach and rescue the victims who’ve endured much pain and suffering at the hands of callous criminals. ICE is committed to arresting human traffickers and bring them to justice by ensuring that they feel the full weight of the law.”

    “Raising awareness and educating people about the crime of human trafficking and the recruitment methods of traffickers is a vital area of work in the overall anti-trafficking fight,” said Bradley Myles, executive director and CEO of the Polaris Project. “In the United States’ 3-P approach of Protection, Prosecution, and Prevention, new prevention-focused initiatives are needed, and this campaign ensures that people are more equipped with tools to prevent human trafficking before it starts.”

    In February 2010, CBP launched the first phase of the “No Te Engañes” public awareness Spanish language campaign in Central America and Mexico to underscore the dangers of the two most common types of trafficking: sexual slavery and forced labor.

    In July 2010, the Department of Homeland Security launched the Blue Campaign – a first-of-its-kind campaign to coordinate and enhance DHS’s anti-human trafficking activities. It leverages the authorities and resources of DHS to deter human trafficking through a three-pronged strategy of prevention, protecting victims, and prosecution.


    Learn more about No Te Engañes/Don't Be Fooled on the CBP website:

    ( No Te Engañes )


    PSAs are available on DVIDS:


    CBP “Don’t Be Fooled,” “Masquerade” PSA: ( Video: Masquerade )

    CBP “Don’t Be Fooled,” “Birdcage” PSA: ( Video: Birdcage )

    CBP “Don’t Be Fooled,” print campaign: ( Video: print campaign )

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency
     
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    Granny tells Uncle Ferd to stay away from Hispexican puntas so's he won't catch one o' dem nasty STD's...
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    Mass arrests in Mexico human trafficking raids
    24 July 2011 - More than 1,000 people have been arrested in a crackdown on human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Ciudad Juarez, officials in Mexico say.
     
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    A ‘godfather’ sentenced

    U.S. prosecutors have won stiff sentences for Mexican traffickers in recent years, often in cooperation with Mexican authorities. A Mexican “padrote,” or godfather, from a trafficking stronghold in Tlaxcala state, got 40 years in Atlanta, GA. in March for forcing 10 girls, one of them 14, into immigrating north for prostitution. If they refused, he beat them.

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    In 2002, HIV/AIDS was the third leading cause of death among Hispanic men aged 35 to 44 and the fourth leading cause of death among Hispanic women in the same age group. Most Hispanic men were exposed to HIV through sexual contact with other men. Source (CDC): http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/hispanics/resources/factsheets/hispanic.htm

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    "Illegal Aliens and American Medicine". "Many illegal aliens harbor fatal diseases that American Medicine fought and vanquished long ago, malaria, leprosy, plague, polio, dengue and Chagas disease."
    The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
    http://www.jpands.org/jpands1001.htm
     
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    Smugglers only look as people as a commodity...
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    Human smugglers shifting tactics
    Mon, Aug 01, 2011 - TIGHTER BORDERS: Mexican people smugglers are starting to carry would-be immigrants in small, rickety boats out to see before marooning them in California
     
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    300 Women Rescued From Sexual Slavery In Peru Jungle...
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    5 arrested in Peru sex slavery raid
    10.04.11, Peruvian prosecutors say five people have been arrested on suspicion of human trafficking in police raids on brothels that rescued 293 women in a jungle region rife with illegal gold-mining.

     
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    Interesting that Wolf didn't mention that Blacks account for half of all new HIV infections. Wolf wants to make it seem like the epidemic is in the Hispanic community or that they are at fault for HIV...yet half of all new infections are African Americans.
     
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    Ahhh - the problems this country has for not doing more to secure our borders. Please note that I said borderS. The CBP can warn till blue in the face - but - if the countries which this people come from don't do more, these abuses will continue. The USA can't do it all, folks.
     
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    China nabs the bad guys...
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    China rescues 178 children in trafficking bust
    7 Dec.`11 – Chinese police arrested 608 suspects and rescued 178 children in busts of two separate child trafficking networks, authorities said Wednesday.
     
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    Oh boy, another "Awareness Campaign"! Does it come with a colored ribbon that we can wear to show that we care more than other people do?
     
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    Well Mad Scientist - according to the nuts in CA, if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. What have you done to stop sex slavery in your hometown today? :cuckoo:

    Call me naive, but I'm pretty sure that most businesses making over $100 million don't employee sex slaves. Just a hunch.

    I'm sorry, but I just don't get it. Isn't this the government's job?
     

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