America’s child sex slaves

We all know how Washington is obsessed with human rights violations in foreign countries, especially the Muslim world. So much so, that State Deparment issues its own annual human rights report – because it believes that United Nations Human Right Council is baised toward Washington and its allies especially Israel. On February 28, 2011 – Hillary Clinton in her speech delivered at UNHRC meeting in Geneva – welcomed the ouster of Libya from the council and demanded the creation of a special envoy to monitor human rights abuses in Iran, however, she slammed the Council for “its structural bais” against Israel.

Israel has been mentioned by the Amnesty International of having the highest human sex trafficking the Middle East – between 3,000 to 5,000 White Christian women sold into sex slavery each year. Tel Aviv is also world’s top City of Brothels with 280 Jewish-run brothels.

US, the self-appointed champion for human rights around the Globe – is also the worst human rights abuser when it comes to minors. According to the Family Research Council: “Each year, right under our noses, 100,000 American children are victimized by sex traffickers. Make no mistake, this is not a problem that’s just “over there.” These heinous crimes are happening in our own backyards”.

“Domestic minor sex trafficking is the name we have given to the sexual exploitation of U.S. citizen children through prostitution, pornography and sexual entertainment. The name reflects the fact that this exploitation is human trafficking as defined in the federal Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000. The crime therefore is a federal crime of trafficking and the victims should receive the full range of protections, services and rights outlined in the TVPA – but, however rarely enforced,” Linda Smith, former Congresswoman, told a Congressional committee in September 2010.

In 2007 – UNICEF reported both the US and Britain  being the worst places for children to live among the industrialized nations. 

James W. Prescott PhD’s article entitled Child Abuse in America: Slaughter of the Innocents, was published in Hustler, October 1977, in which he made the following conclusions:

1. Physical affection; touching, breast-feeding and holding infants reduces the chances of child being sexually abused later.

2. Physical punishment and pain help build a strong moral character.

3. Capital punishment should be permitted by society.

4. Prostitution should be punished by society.

5. Nudity within the family has a harmful influence upon children.

According to 2008 British study, one child under the age of ten is killed each week in UK by their parents, a partner of their mother or father, or a relative.

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