The sex trade in Yemen: How Al-Qaeda makes millions by trafficking children
The article above is relatively brief and was written by a brave Muslim woman who has certainly risked her own life by issuing the report. Although Islam doesn't evoke lots of warm feelings within me, that's totally irrelevant in this matter. Kidnaping children and women for trade as sex slaves is vile enough, but what's even more grievous to consider is that(as the article mentions) al-Qaeda traders are brazenly bragging about their new enterprise; they don't even hide this sickening effort because they've received tacit approval from the Saudi gov't--whose officials are surely 'customers', in many cases--with no threat whatsoever of prosecution.
Clearly, most of you had NO IDEA this was going on, and most folks don't even know that the Saudi military has invaded and blockaded the nation of Yemen in totally unjustified aggression. We can blame that ignorance on the cowards in the mainstream media in the US and Western Europe who are only too happy to perform figurative fellatio on their dear friends--their Saudi oil suppliers. While ludicrous accusations are fabricated against countries like Iran, Syria and Libya when they refuse to co-operate with the UK and US foreign policy agenda, Saudi Arabia pretty much gets a free pass on their brutal human rights violations.
Topics like pedophilia only get token attention from the UK and US mainstream media(i.e., just barely enough to maintain the pretense of journalistic integrity) because the media agency directors themselves are invariably freemasons who, themselves, practice ritual sex abuse on virgin children at their masonic rites. You've noticed that even those few exposed politicians--who were so sloppy with their pedophile lust that it couldn't be kept secret anymore--never receive any serious punishment, unless you deem forced resignation justice for the victims
, and there's never any follow-up by the media as to why legal prosecution doesn't take place...they just distract the masses with some celebrity divorce story and hope that everyone forgets about their pedophile senator or MP
It's easy to feel powerless when looking at entrenched political allies of the US and UK but--just as public protest compelled the British newspapers to finally address their pedophile scandal--the public might be able to make the US gov't. put some pressure on their Saudi buddies to lay off on the sex trade for at least a while until the furor dies down. That is, IF enough people start talking about this to the point where it's all out in the open. The victims of this sex trade deserve NO less than that.Personally, I don't have ANY more comments to add, as the situation speaks for itself, but I'm gonna bump this thread every week, if necessary, with photos of Saudi aggression and/or al-Qaeda sex slave trade victims, and the article will be reposted at or near the top of every new page as an explicit reminder. Turning a blind eye to evil only encourages it even more
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