"Consistently when we analysed the statistics we found that corruption came out as more powerful than poverty in driving slavery. Fundamentally this is a violent crime issue."The Mail added:
"A study by the human rights charity Walk Free Foundation has identified 162 countries where humans are trafficked for sex work and unskilled labour. Economic powerhouses China and India were both named among the worst offenders.We're not the bad guys are we? Nope. We're the ones the global elite foist the bad guys upon. And then criminalise us when we protest.
The report defined 'modern slavery' as human trafficking, forced labour, and practices such as debt bondage, forced marriage, and the sale of children... Exploitation of this kind is at all all time high.
The index has ranked offending nations based on the prevalence of slavery, the risk of enslavement there and the strength of government responses to combating the illegal activity... It found that 10 countries accounted for 76 percent of the 29.8 million people living in slavery. They were India, China, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Russia, Thailand, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
The report concluded that Mauritania in West Africa had the highest number of slaves proportionately, with up to 160,000 enslaved in a population of 3.8 million. This, the index says, is due to the common practice of chattel slavery, a form of traditional ownership which passes through generations, and high levels of child marriage.
The highest absolute numbers were almost 14 million in slavery in India and 3 million in China... In China there was forced labour of men, women and children, including domestic servitude and forced begging, sexual exploitation of women and children and forced marriage.
Coming last in the index were Iceland, Ireland and Britain although Bales stressed they were not slavery-free. Up to 4,400 people are estimated to be enslaved in Britain."
'India, China, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Russia, Thailand, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar and Bangladesh... accounted for 76 percent of the 29.8 million people living in slavery.'
Remind me again, how many Indians, Chinese, Pakistanis, Nigerians, Ethiopians, Russians, Thais, Congolese, Burmese and Bangladeshis have they shipped in since we first said 'NO MORE' in the fifties?