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Modern-Day Slavery In Our Community

By Greg L | 24 November 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 20 Comments

One of the ugly undersides that attends the illegal immigration problem in the area is trafficking in human beings, often enslaving young women into lives of prostitution, abuse, drug dealing and untold other human horrors.  Swimming in a sea of an illegal alien subculture, predators turn the young, naive and desperate into slaves that enrich human traffickers, organized crime syndicates, drug cartels and other assorted vermin. The News & Messenger touches on a panel discussion which included FBI experts that was recently presented in the county, and the conclusion of that panel is that right here in our community, slavery is alive and well more than 140 years after so much blood was shed right here to end that horror.

Agents from the FBI wouldn’t go into specifics, but said that human trafficking occurs in all of Northern Virginia, including Prince William County.

FBI Agent Greg Bristol joined a panel discussion on human trafficking Wednesday at the ECPI College of Technology in Manassas.

Bristol’s supervisor, Pam Vanderburg, said the problem is more prevalent in more populated areas of Northern Virginia, but is not restricted to population centers.

“As a general rule we have had a range of trafficking cases in all of our five county responsive areas,” said Vanderburg, a special agent for the squad that handles civil rights and human trafficking in Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William and Fauquier counties.

“In the more populated areas we have more of a concentrated effort,” Vanderburg said.

“It’s happening in Northern Virginia. It’s happening in Maryland. It’s happening all up and down the east coast,” Bristol said.

Were this swamp of an illegal alien underclass not present these vermin would have no place to hide, and far fewer opportunities to profit from this despicable behavior.  Since federal, state and local authorities are a bit less than diligent about preventing the unlawful presence of illegal aliens in the community, there’s a ready supply of lonely day laborers eager to find a thirty dollar enslaved twelve year-old hooker called a “triente”, or unscrupulous employers who are happy to get cheap workers without wanting to know why their cheap foreign-born domestic servant is so clearly trying to hide something about herself.

Illegal immigration is bad enough.  The effects of it range from an annoying diversion of taxpayer dollars to those morally, if not legally entitled to receive them,  to making it possible for paramiliatry forces working for the drug cartels to operate in the United States and kidnap and murder American citizens in border areas.  In this case the victims are often as hidden and unknown as the criminals who prey on them, but they are no less deserving of our concern and support than any other victims created by this outrageous state of affairs.  Were these illegal aliens back in their home countries, among their families and within a culture they understood and can effectively function within, it is unlikely so many would be consigned to an existence as sexual slaves.

Stopping illegal immigration is the humane answer to a horrible problem.  The majority on Tim Kaine’s Virginia Immigration Commission steadfastly ignore this, ensuring that more innocent young girls will become enslaved prostitutes, imprisoned domestic workers, and trapped in the drug trade right here in our community.  Had they any compassion at all rather than a political agenda, they’d end the circumstances that lead to so many shattered lives.

To demonstrate the urgency of this situation, right when this panel briefing is presented, there’s another example of human trafficking in our area.  Unsurprisingly, the commission is utterly silent in regards to this problem.  One can only speculate as to why.

There are thousands of women who are trafficked every year in the United States. The majority of trafficked women are found in the sex slave trade, but in the Washington region, experts say foreign diplomats, and others, are known to hire illegal immigrant domestic help and then trap them through devious means.

Over the past eight years, the State and Justice departments have heightened their focus on combating human trafficking, a wide-reaching term that includes the sex slave trade, child soldiers and, much like the women held in Lubis’ home, involuntary domestic servitude.

On Wednesday, Mark Logan, who heads the State Department’s efforts to combat human trafficking, told an audience in Bern, Switzerland, that “under the guise of legal and beneficial migration, traffickers are grossly exploiting the aspirations of thousands of poor women and girls, luring them with promises of jobs … and delivering them through force, fraud, or coercion.”

Authorities learned of Lubis in 2006, when a relative of a woman living in his basement contacted U.S. diplomats in Jakarta, Indonesia, seeking help. Over the next two years, authorities met with four women who said they had lived with Lubis at various times starting in 2001.

Encouraging further illegal immigration will only exacerbate this problem.  Shame on those illegal alien apologists on the Immigration Commission who seem so unconcerned with this problem.



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20 Comments

  1. ben said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:03 pm:
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    boy the anti’s are going ‘ta go crazy over this one.

  2. info said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:08 pm:
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    Officials Arrest 4 Alleged Sex Traffickers, Rescue 9 Women From S. Fla. Brothel
    http://www.nbc6.net/news/18050982/detail.html?rss=ami&psp=news

  3. citizenofmanassas said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:10 pm:
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    So in addtion to child rapists, Timmy supports whores. Oh well, the illegals are just doing the jobs Americans refuse to do.

  4. info said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:11 pm:
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    For the past seven years, federal authorities say, a Falls Church man forced almost a dozen female illegal immigrants from Indonesia into a form of slavery, selling their services as housekeepers to Montgomery County families.
    http://www.dcexaminer.com/local/112408_Forced_labor_operation_busted.html

  5. AWCheney said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:17 pm:
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    Not whores, cof…you must have missed the point. It’s SLAVERS THAT HE SUPPORTS. The point of the information here is that these girls are brought into the trade unwillingly. What you said was insulting to the girls, not to Tim Kaine.

  6. AWCheney said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:18 pm:
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    Sorry, I meant com…citizenofmanassas.

  7. citizenofmanassas said on 24 Nov 2008 at 10:35 pm:
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    AW,

    No, he supports the whores too. It is very simple, Timmy supports illegals, and that includes the whores, the kidnappers, etc. Further proof that Timmy supports the whores is that he has not done much to either put a hurting on the people that do the smuggling or to prevent flop houses. So, in my book that is an outright endorsement of the whores.

    I suppose given that Timmy spent some time in Central America, he got used to seeing such conditions and therefore, knows very well how the smugglers work and why they do it.

  8. Slick said on 24 Nov 2008 at 11:47 pm:
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    I know, why don’t we all cut the legs out from under the only presidential candidate who might have actually listened to and responded to our concerns on this issue. That way we can ensure the victory of an America-hating leftist who will laugh in our face when we protest his amnesty bill while he shoves it down our throats. Sounds like a great plan! Well you guys got your pound of flesh from mclame, so bend over and get ready to take it from obomanation. Timmy is just warming the pot up now that VA is officially and forever blue (or haven’t you heard). Enjoy!

  9. citizenofmanassas said on 25 Nov 2008 at 7:38 am:
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    Slick,

    I voted for McCain. I may not have agreed with him on every issue, but I sure did not want Obama in office.

  10. freedom said on 25 Nov 2008 at 9:05 am:
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    I’m with you, 100% COM.

    …and the single-issue voters who would hear of NOTHING but the illegal alien issue and therefore either didn’t vote or voted for a third-party candidate sure didn’t help us…and for that, we all will suffer. :(

  11. BothPartiesDoColludeAgainstYouAndMarketToYourFears said on 25 Nov 2008 at 12:07 pm:
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    Slick

    A vote for McCain was a vote for Amnesty, for bailing out every homeowner who overextended themselves with taxpayer money, and to continue to victimize Americans who play by the rules 9and pay 2-3 times as much as other countries for prescription drugs, who subsidize illegal aliens’ health acre and education, etc.)

    So don’t get so full of yourself

  12. BothPartiesDoColludeAgainstYouAndMarketToYourFears said on 25 Nov 2008 at 12:16 pm:
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    I’m on a board populated with many Republicans.

    Because of the Republican party, Americans are expected to pay 2-3 times as much for many drugs as other countries, and our laws prevent re-importation of our own drugs which would cause prices to normalize.

    Someone please explain to me how this is fair, good, or tolerable. As opposed to - overtly corrupt and sickening behavior. Thank you.

  13. BothPartiesDoColludeAgainstYouAndMarketToYourFears said on 25 Nov 2008 at 12:17 pm:
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    Oh, and if you can explain it without invoking Jeremiah Wright, William Ayres, or Monica Lewinsky, that would be a real plus. Thanks.

  14. BothPartiesDoColludeAgainstYouAndMarketToYourFears said on 25 Nov 2008 at 12:20 pm:
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    Also please explain why Bush just pardoned several drug dealers? Thank you.

  15. HardcoreSouma said on 25 Nov 2008 at 1:01 pm:
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    Bush was, and is, a puppet. That’s why.

    McCain played to party lines, probably because his feathers were ruffled when he saw exit polls that put traditionally conservative Hispanic voters down for Obama. Add that in with the immigration protests in Calif. (who besides me remembers this?) it’s no wonder he changed his tune to amnesty.

    My hope–and my suspicion–is that Obama will be a little more centrist than his constituents realize, especially on illegal residency.

    And to address your question, BothParties: Pharma is a business, just like any other. Until a true universal health care model comes along, we are not going to see a reprieve endorsed by either party in political control. Frankly speaking, I would rather pay more for drugs than in other countries if there is an assurance of safety and quality. European and Asian countries may have better health care costs, but despite what Michael Moore will tell you, their products are not safer and the corporations are no less corrupt. (Nesquik, anyone?)

  16. citizenofmanassas said on 25 Nov 2008 at 4:44 pm:
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    Bothparties.

    Obama did not have the experience. Does not have the experience, and has already showed he lied in the campaign. The socialized medical systems of Canada and England are broken, and are the very reasons why we should not adopt such system. Obama is willing to say anything at anytime, stick with something and go with it.

    He bashed Bush for running up the debt and deficent, now he says don’t worry about that. He is backing off his tax cuts and increases.

    Obama supports far more rights for illegals than McCain does.

    Obama was/is in bed with a number of Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae folks.

  17. citizenofmanassas said on 25 Nov 2008 at 4:57 pm:
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    Both Parties,

    I don’t agree with some of the pardons that Bush did. However, I suppose if I find one thing I dislike about you, I should not like at all, or that we should not be friends?

    Obama campaigned on being a different type of politician. Yet, before even taking office, he has shown he is no different from the very people who he said he was not like. Talk about a bait and switch.

    For the record I did not vote for Bush either in 1999 or 2003.

  18. Slick said on 25 Nov 2008 at 8:27 pm:
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    This board sucks. Why don’t you all join me here.

    http://www.nobama.com/

  19. just watching said on 25 Nov 2008 at 8:52 pm:
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    Both Party dude– Clinton pardoned manure load of all kinds, hmmm? But that is OK.

    As far as the drugs, lets say we import some Chinese made drugs, no wait, they can’t make a safe toy let alone a drug, get my point? This is one area where I’d gladly like to not have to worry about what ingredients were used.

  20. BattleCat said on 25 Nov 2008 at 9:01 pm:
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    Slick,

    You have a certain poetic way with your prose, I’ll give you that!

    Oh, have you all heard? Juan McAmnesty is looking to put the ultimate screws to the country, with his buddy Harry Reid. Here comes Amnesty!!! Third World, here we come!

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