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May 07, 2012

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Robert New

Why are U.S. contractors involved in human trafficking?

Emile Zola

My bad, I thought this is, was the American way. Didn't America stole native Americans', Mexicans' lands and then were put in concetration camps called "reservations" like they were going, living in a five star hotel and in the Mexicans' case, this "Christian and democratic" nation refers to them as illegals. This hypocrisy to the nth degree doesn't fool, at least in my case, everybody.
Those workers should count themselves lucky. Look what happened to one million plus of innocent civilians, they were killed for oil and I don't see our "Christian and democratic" nation protesting our killings, our war crimes.
Let me quote Matthew 7:3. "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?"

Doug Brooks

Industry has been working with the NGO community to address this for some time. ISOA actually teamed up with the American Bar Association to host a Combating Labor Trafficking conference just last week (ISOA's second on the issue) - for more information on the topic please see ISOA's flagship magazine the Journal of International Peace Operations - www.peaceops.com.

Here is my President's message which offers an more nuanced perspective:

http://web.peaceops.com/archives/2085

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