“Woman’s flesh for sale, woman’s flesh for sale,” yells a man in front of the Hamashbir department store in downtown Jerusalem, offering up to passers-by the young woman standing next to him.
The police in Benin said they had alerted neighboring countries to prevent the ship’s captain from unloading its human cargo, believed to be 180 children sold by poor families to be forced into work on plantations or as domestic servants.
“Adanggaman” was produced in Côte d’Ivoire and directed by the Ivorian, Roger Ngoan M’bala. It has been shown in Toronto, Vienna and Ougadougou, the latter at the Fespaco Film Festival, Africa’s version of Cannes. M’bala, criticized for raising the African complicity in the slave trade, responds, “Slavery is a wound that nobody talks about. Nobody. So we have to. Now that we have a powerful tool like cinema, we cannot keep quiet…
In a report to be published today by Amnesty International, the human-rights organization is scathing in its comments on Israeli authorities’ responsibility for the local proliferation of the phenomenon of “traded women,” in which women from abroad are lured to Israel under false pretenses and then enslaved as prostitutes in brothels.
“I had a nervous breakdown. I wanted to escape from this place and asked a client to help me. He turned out to be one of them and I was beaten up by the owners. There was nowhere to run — there were bars on the windows and bodyguards all the time, day and night.” (Testimony of a woman trafficked from Moldova) The Israeli government is failing to protect the human rights of women and girls who are trafficked from countries of the former Soviet Union to work in Israel’s sex industry, Amnesty International said today in a new report.
BLACK SLAVES are still available — just not in the United States. To make a purchase, you’d have to travel to the Sudan as Gerald Williams, Harvard University pre-med student, did in October 2000. Slavery in the Sudan is in part a result of a 15-year war by the Muslim north against the black Christian and animist south. Arab militias armed by the Khartoum government raid villages, mostly those of the Dinka tribe. They shoot the men and enslave the women and children. Women and children are kept as personal property or they’re taken north and auctioned off.
by Dr. William Pierce | “Last week a member of the organization I head, the National Alliance, sent me something his nine-year-old daughter had brought home from school. He lives in Macon, Georgia, and his daughter is a fourth grader at a private school there. Last week her class went on a field trip to visit a Black museum in Macon and learn a bit about Black history. The museum is the federally funded Tubman African American Museum. It’s supported by our tax dollars.”
Irina always assumed that her beauty would somehow rescue her from the poverty and hopelessness of village life. A few months ago, after answering a vague ad in a small Ukrainian newspaper, she slipped off a tour boat when it put in at Haifa, hoping to make a bundle dancing naked on the tops of tables. She was 21, self-assured and glad to be out of Ukraine. Israel offered a new world, and for a week or two everything seemed possible. Then, one morning, she was driven to a brothel, where her boss burned her passport before her eyes.
Harold Brackman is one of those “authorities” who has been lead flak for the Jewish disinformation campaign so aptly described by Dr. Tony Martin in The Jewish Onslaught. He practices Black history revisionism for the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Harold Brackman, the embattled Wiesenthal Center hireling, has contracted to produce a “scholarship”-to-order response to The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews. He has produced a pamphlet allegedly to “refute” the now irrefutably documented fact that Jews were involved in the African slave trade.
Johnny Cochran and a group of successful trial lawyers plan to bring class-action suits against the federal government and some private companies they say profited from slavery. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., has already introduced HR 40, titled “Commission to Study Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act.” HR 40 has 48 co-sponsors and a number of them, such as Jim Traficant, D-Mich., and Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., are white. Slavery was a gross violation of human rights. Justice would demand that slave owners make compensatory reparation payments to slaves. Since both slaves and slave owners are no longer with us, compensation is beyond our reach.
This is a history of White people that has never been told in any coherent form, largely because most modern historians have, for reasons of politics or psychology, refused to recognize White slaves in early America as just that. Today, not a tear is shed for the sufferings of millions of our own enslaved forefathers. 200 years of White slavery in America have been almost completely obliterated from the collective memory of the American people. Who wants to be reminded that half—perhaps as many as thirds—of the original American colonists came here, not of their own free will, but kidnapped, shanghaied, impressed, duped, beguiled, and yes, in chains?
The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3, 1492. Columbus was accompanied by five ‘maranos’ (Jews who had foresworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter, Marco, the surgeon, Bemal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez.