- Oct 24, 2012
An Ex Sex worker who is now a reformed sex work abolitionist and anti the Nordick Model -
She is very genuine too, I have been chatting with her...the mindgames ate scary.
Good point , we are banking our economy on the I.T sector which men are better at, those immigrants are well paid but not getting sex. Women immigrants will want to make money too and if young and pretty then working in the sex industry is an obvious choice. We should be upfront about such things.It reconfirms my view that, looking at the last 100 odd years of freedom, the state got its freedom, but also reduced the personal freedoms of millions of us.
So the 2017 law isn't a huge surprise, but more suited to 1617.
The state now has passport controls, cctv, airlines info, the internet, all the tools needed to find and prosecute bad guy traffickers. If lots of trafficking is going on, and nobody is being prosecuted, you'd assume that bribes are being paid all over the place. But there's no proof of that either.
We can expect the "high level" investigation to come up with all the answers, but as it is sponsored by the Dept of Justice it won't criticise the Dept., will it?
And at the back of it all, many of the "clients" will be lonely guys from abroad working here for a foreign corp, business that the state and IDA has bust a gut to encourage. The "ladies" from abroad are only following the same path of opportunity here.
Nobody is saying that a guy at google seconded from Paris has been trafficked here against his will, are they? Yet without the surrounding help from google he would not be working here.
We all know that such resources would probably end up going to Ruhama, given the tens of millions that have gone to it over the past 28 yrs since it was established. Ruhama is arguably an industry in itself.