FAITHFUL READER OF ABYSSUM, RICHARD, IN AUSTRALIA SENDS THIS TO ABYSSUM. UNMENTIONED BY BISHOPS IN THE DEBATE ON IMMIGRATION IS THE REALITY OF ILLEGAL IMPORTATION INTO THE U.S. OF SEX SLAVES, YOUNG GIRLS AND BOYS, WHOSE PARENTS ARE HELD CAPTIVE TO ENSURE THE SILENCE OF THE SEX SLAVES

 

Dear Doreen
I am not sure what you want, so I have listed documents on four categories of news on slavery.
There is slavery in Australia, particularly in Canberra.
Around 35 million slaves in Africa, and about a million cross international boundaries each year.  These are the figures I have heard, and I have no reason to doubt them.
Slave raids go on in north east Africa, and there are slave markets in many Islamic countries.
 
Mauretania was the last country to officially stop the slave trade, in 1980.  But I don’t think it has made any difference.
In every country where there is a significant Islamic population, you will find slavery.
The conditions these slaves live under are appalling.
But there is no interest whatever from our government.  And even less from our bishops, who tend to concentrate on more important things like global warming and other similar evils.
 
Our American friends, who are occasionally presented with demands for ‘reparation’ for slavery, should insist that before they will consider any application, those demanding a handout should successfully get a suitable amount of compensation from the Arab Muslims who sold their ancestors to Americans.
Richard
 
PS  Barack Obama is 50% white.  He is also part black (from his Kenyan grandmother) and part Arab (from his Kenyan grandfather).
 
This raises the possibility that the grandfather owned the grandmother.  If so, Obama is the descendant of slave owners.  
 
The Arab word for ‘black’ is ‘abd.’  The Arab word for ‘slave’ is ‘abd’.  A coincidence?
Slavery in General
Sex slaves
The Slave Trade
Slaves Kept in Embassies
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I am a retired Roman Catholic Bishop, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, Texas
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  1. golfermts says:

    Your Excellency,

    Thank you so very much for your post — and especially the immigrant muslim link (I hope that some of the Bishops are among your followers and read the articles you have included — if so, they may gain an understanding of some aspects of the now the well-documented immigrant muslim culture that is so negatively impacting parts of Europe, and may be less prone to unilaterally condone unrestrained muslim immigration and the resettlement of muslim immigrants en masse, rather than in a more dispersed fashion— already some areas of the U.S. where heavy concentrations of muslim immigrants have been resettled as a group have begun to experience transformations similar to those being witnessed on a much larger scale in Europe, including the call for Sharia law to supplant U.S. law in certain cases where muslims are involved).

    For your further information, here is a link to a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (through a grant) which provides a good overview of human trafficking — both for labor (undocumented) and sexual exploitation — https://humantraffickinghotline.org/what-human-trafficking/myths-misconceptions . It is my understanding that the FBI has an extensive human trafficking initiative underway, and that both New York and California are key areas of focus.

    And, apart from immigration-related trafficking, a growing issue has emerged through the use of social media to lure U.S. teens into the sex trade — some well-known actors and actresses have recently been exposed (and some actually have been charged with the crime — for example, Actress Allison Mack, as reported by CNN, who was indicted in April on charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy, according to the Justice Department).

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