Discussion in 'Asia' started by NOBama, Dec 13, 2008.
Now this is sick. It's hard to believe this stuff still happens although apparently - it does.
How do these men go home and look at themselves in the mirror after what they have done? Is it the culture that allows for this type of mistreatment of women? Let's send over Lorraine Bobbit to take care of business.
Does it happen in democracies?
Does it matter?
Man I can't believe the cultural bias and hate speech going on in here! What makes you so great that you can judge another country's societal norms? Because you're an American? Vietnam was just fine until AmeriKKKa went over there and commited war crimes. They're obviously still struggling with it.
Well let me tell you what. This country was founded on slavery and genocide so the next time you feel like criticizing an ancient societies norms you just think of all the bias and hate that permeates this country.
/Liberal mode off.
What kind of drugs are you on?
Yes, I much prefer the method of enslavement of our prositutes by DRUGS that we typically use here in the good old USA.
It's got captialistic advantages which makes their slavery their own fault, so we can not only exploit them but feel superior to them at the same time.
Plus they make a whole 'nother industry (drugs) a more profitable for the mafia and their cops chums, too.
But in Veit Nam's defence, they're new to capitalism, so they haven't refined their prostitution industry like we have.
Drinking rather early today, eh? It must be the cold...
I thought you were pretty normal until I read this. I hate it when people use the argument that "we shouldn't judge." If we didn't judge and get involved in WWII, all the jews would have ended up in ovens.
How dare you keep trumpeting about the sins about America! Look around, do we have slavery and genocide in our country?
Any variety of wage slavery is unjust, but there's obviously quite different degrees of wage slavery. This obviously isn't equivalent to many forms of prostitution in the U.S., whatever some (i.e. Noam Chomsky) might claim.
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