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Today, I am reading & debating “Slavery is Not a Thing of the Past, It Still Exists Today Affecting Millions” by Shannon Scribner

Q100 Wealth. Corruption. Secret society. Evil. Germany. Merkel. Migrants. Why are migrants important? Assets. What are assets? Define assets? Why are migrants so important? What are assets?

While natural hazards like hurricanes, exacerbated by climate change, are causing people to migrate, it’s conflict, violence and persecution that have forced more than 68.5 million people from their homes today, exposing them to higher risks and increased vulnerability, especially women and children.

Vulnerable people on the move face massive risks and uncertainty to find safety and opportunity for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, in many cases they are taken advantage of and their rights ignored, forced to work in terrible conditions for little, or in some cases, no money.

Elsewhere, 120,000 people crossed the Central Mediterranean in 2017 – the migrant route with most deaths recorded in the world, and nearly 2,900 migrants recorded killed or missing on that route in the same year.

Most of them traveled on smugglers’ boats departing from Libya, Tunisia or Egypt, risking their lives in search of safety and opportunity in Italy and beyond.

The reality of the harrowing journey in search of safety in Europe came into sharp focus when three-year-old Alan Kurdi’s [initially reported as Aylan Kurdi] image made headlines when he drowned in the Mediterranean after fleeing Syria with his family.

Recently, a little refugee boy from Mali also drowned in the Mediterranean. In preparation for the ill-fated trip, he had stitched a school report to his clothes to show European authorities what a good student he was.

In the Northern Triangle of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, thousands of Central Americans are arriving at the U.S.-Mexican border, fleeing domestic and gang violence, state corruption and impunity, climate induced droughts, and economic hardship in their home countries.

We see women bearing the brunt of violence and poverty with high levels of sexual and gender-based violence, and alarming levels of femicide. It is not uncommon for a girl and her family to be targeted and even killed by gangs if she refuses to become a gang member’s sex slave.

And once at the border, children have died due to the difficult journey they are taking and as a result of medical care not being available on time.

In the US, there are countless examples of workers being exploited, many of whom are migrants. Oxfam published a report detailing how the poultry industry exploits vulnerable people who have few other options to take on the most dangerous and thankless jobs in the poultry plants.

Because of their precarious situations, most workers are afraid to speak out or do anything that might jeopardize their jobs. Oxfam reported that some workers were forced to wear adult diapers because they did not have adequate bathroom breaks. Is this perhaps the reason the Democrats and many Republicans in Congress are fighting the Wall? On so many levels, the Wall could put an end to this sickening and horrible practice.

As part of Oxfam’s Behind the Barcodes campaign, Oxfam has also worked with laborers in Southeast Asia and elsewhere for more rights and protections. In the seafood industry, workers find themselves in conditions akin to modern slavery.

Female migrant workers especially, who perform jobs like peeling the shrimps for cheap shrimp cocktail you can buy at your grocery store, are often subjected to illegal recruitment and have their travel documents and wages confiscated.

The UN and the international community do acknowledge the plight of modern slavery and the challenges migrant workers face around the world, but more needs to be done.

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Shannon Scribner , the writer of this article, takes a misleading turn when she writes, “Unfortunately, instead of helping address and resolve the displacement crisis with thoughtful, humane policies, and a genuine sense of shared responsibility, too many leaders are using scare tactics and depicting migrants and refugees as violent criminals and terrorists, when they are in fact the ones fleeing violence and also have much to offer to their new communities.” Shannon, these scare tactics are for the benefit of these migrants and refugees NOT the detriment! This is where I lose patience with these so-called humanitarian warriors. Scribner fails to realize the entire system of displacement revolves around exploiting them. Exactly, as she described in the earlier portion of this article; there is no way to protect those most vulnerable without checks and balances. The violent criminals and terrorists are amongst the most vulnerable. This is why I get so frustrated with the SJW’s on this topic.

Also, in error, the writer Shannon Scribner takes erroneous aim at our President Trump and his administration by claiming our president and other leaders around the globe are trying to end illegal immigration with a blatant disregard for international humanitarian law, human rights and global norms that are meant to protect the most vulnerable amongst us. No Shannon Scribner, with undocumented immigrants, it is virtually impossible to protect those most vulnerable. There is a workable system; however, as demonstrated when refugees came to America during WWII. Until the crisis at the border is ended, there is no way to protect those who need to come to America in a safe and effective way. Medical stations need to be set up, there needs to be a system set up to ensure the children are with their rightful parents and not in fact child traffickers; or worse organ traffickers, there needs to be a system to remove the criminals and terrorists among them. This current system of undocumented illegal immigration is utter chaos that in fact subjects the most vulnerable to the most horrendous of crimes.

Scribner refers to the Trump Administration as practicing inhumane policies separating children from their families and in trying to deny women who are victims of domestic violence from seeking asylum in the United States. Her accusations are pure ignorance. How is it possible to protect these children without separating them? Human and child trafficking is an epidemic at the border. Without separating them, these children are subject to crimes of unfathomable proportions.

Clearly, Scribner is a fan of Obama! She writes, “There has been some progress to help migrants and refugees from the UN. In 2016, President Obama hosted a UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants. The Summit led to countries committing to a $4.5 billion increase in global humanitarian funding. Following the Summit at the UN General Assembly, 193 UN member states agreed to coordinate and cooperate to improve the global response to the migration crisis.” What she fails to report, is how many of these same refugees have all but destroyed the civilized nations of Europe; exactly as the UN General Assembly had planned.

Scribner mentions how they agreed to do such things as ease pressures on countries that host most refugees, like Bangladesh, Uganda, Ethiopia, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. They committed to building refugees’ self-reliance through access to education and livelihoods, expanding access to resettlement and other complementary pathways, and fostering conditions for refugees to voluntarily return home. Personally, the only answer for this entire debacle created by Obama’s careless refugee crisis in Europe is the restructuring of the homeland of these refugees unable to assimilate and returning all of these people back to their homelands. …and sooner than later.

They also agreed to start working on a Global Compact for Refugees and a Global Compact for Migration that was recently endorsed at the end of last year. The compacts include such things as recognition of the need for meaningful participation by refugees and host communities in decision making and commitments to uphold the human rights of all migrants regardless of status. So, Shannon Scribner, what about the human rights of the national citizens of those in Europe whose rights have been reduced to women trapped inside their homes. Look at France, look at Spain, look as Sweden. The horrible disgrace imposed on Europe that has all but completely toppled a once stable collection of great nations. Are you implying America should choose this same foolish destructive path? I say America MUST learn from the failed open-door policy Europe practiced under Obama’s direction. America MUST use caution and restraint with each and every immigrant who crosses our border; as much for the protection of the vulnerable immigrants as for the nation of America.

Then this very vulnerable writer contributes her thoughts of what she sees as the downside of the Global Compact for Refugees. She laments that the compacts aren’t binding so there is no way to legally hold endorsers accountable. And, the United States retreated from its leadership role in protecting refugees and withdrew from the Global Compact on Migration. I say the United States actually took on a leadership role by withdrawing from the Global Compact on Migration. This migrations agreement was a Trojan Horse for all of Europe including the true victims of the Refugee Migration; the Christian women and children. These were the true victims who were tortured and murdered along the way. There is a right way and a wrong way. Open door means certain death to those who need protection the most.

Here is where I agree with Shannon Scribner: Overall, the mass migration taking place globally presents opportunities but also huge risks for those who aren’t protected along the way or when they arrive.

Many think of slavery as a thing of the past, but it still exists today, affecting millions around the world, as people make desperate decisions for a better life. We need more protections and more implementation of the systems we have in place to achieve a more safe and just world for everyone.

Q1652 “ICE executes its mission through the enforcement of more than 400 federal statutes, and focuses on smart immigration enforcement, preventing terrorism and combating the illegal movement of people and trade.” Q

Sources:

http://www.ipsnews.net/2019/02/slavery-not-thing-past-still-exists-today-affecting-millions/

Today, I am reading & debating Slavery is Not a Thing of the Past, It Still Exists Today Affecting Millions By Shannon Scribner WASHINGTON, Feb 28 2019 (IPS)

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