The Rutherford Institute— America’s Dirty Little Secret: Sex Trafficking Is Big Business

images (94)While America is going to be spending many, many billions of dollars, once again, over the next few years blowing the crap out of Islamic militants and thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians that happen to be in the way ( boy, just think of the permanent damage we can inflict, if we get to use our favorite multi-generational tool of mayhem, depleted uranium tipped munitions!),  American civilization, what is left of it, continues on its downward spiral into a cesspool of moral degradation, corruption and socioeconomic disparities.

It would be rare indeed, for the power elites children to become one of the horrendous, disturbing statistics listed below, so why bother? In fact, as with the cases coming to light (repetitively) in England and those that have seen even a smidgen of sunlight here in the United States, the scourge of pedophilia is seemingly more efficiently organized when it concerns the upper classes and thus, more of a seriously protected racket. Protected by the powers of the State and a legal system that preferentially defers to the perverted desires of the powerful.

There is little doubt, at least in my mind, that a very large percentage of the underage children, male and female, that have crossed into the United States from Latin America under the Obama/Pelosi and company leniency will end up serving in the sex trade–perhaps even having the misfortune of ending up in Washington clandestinely serving some of the same political class that professed their deep humanitarianism. Those that believe they are above the law, will flaunt it–even when the laws being broken are not just legal, but moral and Christian.

America needs America to be fixing the decay of our infrastructure for sure and dealing with the social and economic problems of a bankrupt nation, but more importantly it needs to be focusing its resources on saving its soul. Otherwise, we really are simply a desperate, dying empire of murderers and mercenaries. 

“For every 10 women rescued, there are 50 to 100 more women are brought in by the traffickers. Unfortunately, they’re not 18- or 20-year-olds anymore. They’re minors as young as 13 who are being trafficked. They’re little girls.”—25-year-old victim of trafficking

“Children are being targeted and sold for sex in America every day.”—John Ryan, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Statistics Snapshot

  • Standard price for 15 minutes of sex at a Residential Brothel: $30
  • Standard day for a woman or child at a Residential Brothel: 10am – 10pm; 12 hours; 7 days a week
  • Estimated number of men a woman or child must have sex with daily: 25 – 48 men daily

Trafficked Teen Girls Describe Life In ‘The Game’–(listen)

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In the United States, estimates suggest that as many as 300,000 children may become victims of commercial sexual exploitation each year -(Estes and Weiner, 2001).

  • “She came from Guatemala, a woman in her early 20’s, smuggled into the United States for what she thought was a housekeeping job. The journey from her small towprostitute-640x430n to the Texas border took 26 days.  From there she was whisked to a safe house near Houston, then brought to Tampa, and moved once more to a house in Jacksonville. There, an enforcer for the human trafficking operation told the woman her debt had jumped from $5,000 to $30,000. The enforcer demonstrated how to use a condom by rolling it over a beer bottle. He said she’d have to pay back the debt as a prostitute, according to authorities. She turned 25 tricks the next day and nearly every day for eight or nine months. This tortured existence — the daily life of a human trafficking victim — ended May 22, 2007, when authorities intervened.”

2009 St. Petersburg Times Article

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101566423-child-prostitutesThe mysterious disappearance of 18-year-old Hannah Graham on September 13, 2014, has become easy fodder for the media at a time when the news cycle is lagging. After all, how does a young woman just vanish without a trace, in the middle of the night, in a town that is routinely lauded for being the happiest place in America, not to mention one of the most beautiful?

Yet Graham is not the first girl to vanish in America without a trace—my hometown of Charlottesville, Va., has had five women go missing over the span of five years—and it is doubtful she will be the last. I say doubtful because America is in the grip of a highly profitable, highly organized and highly sophisticated sex trafficking business that operates in towns large and small, raking in upwards of $9.5 billion a year in the U.S. alone by abducting and selling young girls for sex.

It is estimated that there are 100,000 to 150,000 under-aged sex workers in the U.S. The average age of girls who enter into street prostitution is between 12 and 14 years old, with some as young as 9 years old. This doesn’t include those who entered the “trade” as minors and have since come of age. Rarely do these girls enter into prostitution voluntarily. As one rescue organization estimated, an underaged prostitute might be raped by 6,000 men during a five-year period of servitude.

This is America’s dirty little secret.

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via The Rutherford Institute :: America’s Dirty Little Secret: Sex Trafficking Is Big Business.

“The Super Bowl is one of the largest human trafficking events in the United States.” — Greg Abbott, Texas Attorney General

r-SUPER-BOWL-SEX-TRAFFICKING-large570The wildly popular Super Bowl, with its revelry of sex, drugs and alcohol, invariably imparts a Bacchanalian aura to whatever city plays host to it, and Super Bowl XLV, which will take place in Arlington, Texas, on Sunday February 6, 2011, will be no exception. With greater numbers of Americans reportedly planning to celebrate the showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Greenbay Packers by throwing a party, attending a party or watching at a bar or restaurant, consumer spending is expected to reach $10.1 billion.

Of course, that doesn’t include the money that will be raked in by sex traffickers in the lucrative trade that surrounds the Super Bowl which, according to the Miami Herald, “is expected to generate as much traffic for prostitutes as it does for bartenders and bookies.” In fact, the scale of prostitution at the last few Super Bowls was described by government agents as “incredible,” according to Joseph Ullmann, an FBI special agent who handles cases involving crimes against children.

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