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Tuesday, June 06, 2006


WORLD CUP HANKY PANKY: USA WARNS GERMANY ABOUT PROSTITUTION AND TRAFFICKING RISK 

Remember when feminists and the left-wing were the biggest opponents of the brothel industry? Now they have joined up with amoral Europe to defend the practice as a lifestyle choice

The United States warned key ally Germany on Monday that it should do more to stop a tide of sex workers arriving for this month's soccer World Cup, and accused 12 nations of failing to do enough to stop the modern-day slave trade in prostitutes, child sex workers and forced laborers.
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A U.S. congressman and other anti-trafficking advocates estimate that thousands of foreign women, many from Eastern Europe, will be forced into sex work during the four-week tournament that begins June 9.
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The United States called Germany a "source, transit and destination country" for sex workers and other victims of exploitation. The 2006 Trafficking in Persons Report still gave Germany its highest overall rating for compliance with effort to stop trafficking, and noted German efforts to combat exploitation during the World Cup.


It seems that the lure of money is too strong for the organized criminals who debase women and ruin their lives.

FOX Sports: U.S. warns Germany about prostitution risk

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