Tag Archives: modern slavery

Good Job, Good Intentions!

After WWII Europe accepted a lot of very well-meaning yet unrealistic ideas about how to deal with refugees and has steadfastly stuck by them even as developments such as increased cheap travel and human smuggling networks began overloading the system … Continue reading

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Of Plants and Jobs

I once read that the perpetual conflict between insects that want to eat plants and the ways that plants deal with them (including offering the insects juicy bits in exchange for leaving the rest of the plant alone) make all … Continue reading

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Government Sponsored Human Trafficking = Slavery Without Work

Given the way the directions the world has been heading in, I’ve long wondered if a formal recognition of slavery in some form isn’t in the cards. Now I’m beginning to realize that it’s already here, it’s just that noone … Continue reading

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