God Bless White Europeans For Ending Slavery.
The globalist racist mainstream media, education system, and Hollywood only focus on whites owning slaves, even though all races owned slaves, but whites were the first to end the practice.
From the dawn of history the different races all over the world have practiced slavery. When tribes raided other tribes they commonly took men as slave workers and women for sex slaves and wives.
In this article it's mainly about Arab and Black Slavery.
The following article is about white guilt and slavery.
Image credit the following video:
The Untold Story of Arab Slave Trade Of Africans (1962) - Actual footage of Slavery on the Arabian peninsula from the 60s.
"There definitely were European (and Irish) slaves seized by North Africans during raids, how many is up for debate. However its not debated that this occurred, only the extent. Suffice it to say that the practice became so egregious that the US had to form the Marine Corps specifically to end the threat of the Barbary pirates to shipping in the mediterranean and across the atlantic."
Mauritania: Modern slavery
"Slavery persists in Mauritania. In 1905, the French colonial administration declared an end of slavery in Mauritania, with very little success. Although nominally abolished in 1981, it was not illegal to own slaves until 2007. According to the US State Department 2010 Human Rights Report, abuses in Mauritania include: .Arabs in Libya still kidnap women and force them into the sex trade. Many sheiks in middle eastern nations have harems filled with women purchased from such places. Not just women, children too."
The system requires all unskilled laborers to have an in-country sponsor, usually their employer, who is responsible for their visa and legal status.
They "sponsor" extremely poor people to come work in their home, or wherever the sponsor has absolute control. Then they revoke or destroy the workers passport, and boom, the worker no longer has any rights. They can't escape without a passport and they aren't physically allowed to leave the compound/factory anyway. It's the same as Rome's gladiators that win their freedom. They receive a rudis which proves their freedom to others. Without the rudis, they are presumably still a slave and treated as such.
"I do not believe it is happening like this anymore, at least not out in the open. If it is they have done a good job at hiding it. However i'm sure slavery is still happening there on some extent, because even in America we still deal with Sex slavery and i'm sure there are more than few innocent people who are being held against their will in just about every country right now."
"Ok so you are talking about the workers who travel to places like Dubai or Qatar to work and are promised a certain amount to do a job but when they arrive they have their visa confiscated and end up stuck there basically working just to get by each day."
*After looking up the definition of Indentured servants, this would in fact fall under slavery; If I am actually remembering this correctly. I will look for the link.
"Indentured servitude is basically like willing slavery. You enter a contract to work X amount of time until your debt is payed.
If these governments are revoking visas with the intention of keeping the workers there against their will as well as altering the agreed upon contract, then it becomes straight-up slavery.
Different type of slavery. Back then still mostly Africans, today it's Asians from Nepal and elsewhere."
Slavery Is Everywhere
There are tens of millions of people trapped in various forms of slavery throughout the world today. Researchers estimate that 40 million are enslaved worldwide, generating $150 billion each year in illicit profits for traffickers.
- Labor Slavery. About 50 percent toil in forced labor slavery in industries where manual labor is needed—such as farming, ranching, logging, mining, fishing, and brick making—and in service industries working as dish washers, janitors, gardeners, and maids.
- Sex Slavery. About 12.5 percent are trapped in forced prostitution sex slavery.
- Forced Marriage Slavery. About 37.5 percent are trapped in forced marriages.
- Child Slavery. About 25 percent of today’s slaves are children.
"Specifically Western whites; Russia's abolition of serfdom came after decades of Western criticism."
"There are more slaves in the world today than at any other point in human history. The difference is that the slaves in this film, today, would be given ID cards and a contract and a "wage". They have no rights, they're raped and murdered with impunity, and their sallary/contract is designed to keep them as de facto property.
$200 buys you a slave in Libya today. Thanks to the compassionate efforts of Obama/Hillary dropping 3 bombs an hour, every hour of every day for 8 consecutive years to support the Islamic Spring.
Have to wonder what those slaves think of the Nobel Peace Prize."
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pK8_YoeNfok (Caution, video is disturbing and infuriating. Heartless slave owner watches her slave fall from a window)
[That's a completely different video.] (https://np.reddit.com/r/Documentaries/comments/5lrond/the_arab_muslim_slave_trade_of_africans_the/) This is the first time this doc has been posted.
"Sad how America centric the discussion is that people don’t even know about how horrible conditions were in for example, Russia which brought about the Russian revolution.
“The official estimate is that 10.5 million Russians were privately owned, 9.5 million were in state ownership and another 900,000 serfs were under the Tsar's patronage (udelnye krestiane) before the Great Emancipation of 1861.”
Which was an insane 28% of the population. Far higher as a percentage than in the US which at its peak was <13% AND is 5x higher in number of people.
Especially, ironic since the very people that only talk about white people enslaving the world are usually on the left. Yet don’t know much about the origin of their ideology."
The term "serf", in the sense of an unfree peasant of tsarist Russia, is the usual English-language translation of krepostnoi krestyanin (крепостной крестьянин) which meant an unfree person who, unlike a slave, historically could be sold only with the land to which he or she was "attached". Emperor Peter I ended slavery in Russia in 1723. Contemporary legal documents, such as Russkaya Pravda (12th century onwards), distinguished several degrees of feudal dependency of peasants.
"It s too long. Does it mention that they used whites as slaves too? In the most recent years, it was easier for them to bring slaves from europe. And They also made them pay protection money. Some cities in Africa are built with that money."