Making A Difference In the Lives of Victims of Human Trafficking and Sex Slaves
Making A Difference In the Lives of Victims of Human Trafficking and Sex Slaves by Rory – The Daily Coin
Sean, SGT Report, is one of the best at covering the human trafficking, sex trade and pedophilia plague that is engulfing our world. We, at The Daily Coin, will only dig so deep and publish just enough to keep people informed and for those that wish to dig deeper you have been shown the door and are welcome to follow as you see fit. We are only willing to scratch the surface as that is not what we want to be known for – we want to be a gateway for people learn about the various current affairs like corruption, market manipulation, honest money and alternative health, just to name a few.
The more I learn, the clearer the picture becomes as the plague that is human trafficking, sex trade and pedophilia are pervasive at the upper end of society – the more wealth, power and influence the deeper into these dark corridors, it appears, these people travel. Below is the latest to support exactly what I just said.
American actress Allison Mack, best known for her role in the TV series Smallville, and Keith Raniere, the head of the notorious NXIVM empowerment sorority, which authorities deem as a sex cult, were charged Friday with multiple counts of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor, the Albany Times-Union reported.
Keith Raniere, who has been in custody since his arrest in March, and Mack could now face up to 15 years in jail.
While Raniere was a leader of the group, which billed itself as a women’s rights and mentorship organization, 35 year-old Mack is alleged by prosecutors to have recruited women to engage in sexual activity with Raniere, who paid Mack for the service.
We reported on Allison Mack back in November 2017 – click here – when we first exposed how some of the women were “branded like cattle” to show exactly who owned them.
Now for some good news. It seems there is an entire network of “celebrities” working to end this nightmare. No, we are not talking about the nonsense of MeToo or other such social justice “made-for-TV” BS, we are talking about people that are actually doing their best to make a difference and change lives. Usually we find ourselves reporting on another failure by the state. Oh, that’s right, these are private citizen based efforts operating with minimal state influence.
Ricky Martin and His Outstanding Efforts
Renowned pop singer Ricky Martin first came across human trafficking in 2002 during a visit to Calcutta, India.
Emma Thompson’s ‘Journey’
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson has also been raising awareness about human trafficking by doing benefits for various foundations, including Helen Bamber’s campaign for the victims of human-rights abuse at large.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore’s DNA Foundation
Demi and Ashton Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by the award-winning Hollywood actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher in 2010 to combat the organized sexual exploitation of girls around the world.
Lindsay Lohan’s Documentary
Actress Lohan visited India in December 2009 to make a BBC documentary about poverty-stricken women and children in the country, which is far from new to sex slavery. During the hour-long documentary, Lohan talks to victims of human trafficking in Delhi, Kolkata and a village in West Bengal. She also recorded an interview with a former trafficker, as well as spoken to parents of trafficked children and visited the Sanlaap women’s and children’s shelter in Kolkata.
These are people using the platform granted them to do something that actually matters. They are impacting and changing lives. Click here to read the entire story we excerpted above. This is one of the most important topics of our lives and we are grateful to shed some positive light on this tragic situation.
Wonder no more why these “celebrities” careers came to an abrupt end and now have very limited access to the big stage or the brightest spotlights. Once you begin exposing or even speaking against human trafficking, sex trade and pedophilia you are immediately censored. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the people making a difference, the staffs and support teams of these foundations as these are the people that are actually doing the work and digging in the mud to make something good happen and impact the lives of the victims of these horrific crimes. May God bless them all.