Stop the Traffik

Posted on February 7, 2008

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Stop the Traffik isn’t clever. It isn’t funny. It is just vital.

Slavery was wrong 200 years ago, when William Wilberforce finally piloted a partial and inadequate abolition bill through the British parliament. It is wrong now.

Most of us know that the sex industry relies largely on people-traffiking, or ‘slavery’ to give it an older, and less gentle, name.

We should know that the chocolate industry relies largely on people-traffiking, or ‘slavery’ to give it an older, and less gentle, name.

The main chocolate manufacturers know this. They have known it for five or more years. They have done nothing because they think they can use slaves–mostly children–without too many of their customers caring.

I hope they are wrong. Click here if you care.

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