Me Too may just be, Me, Me, Me
Is it interesting the Me-Too movement may be just about Me. The movement which supposedly stood up against harassment and assault in the workplace and the world in general does not seem to want to take a stand against human trafficking which is the most severe form of assault against females. Why worry about kids when I can just worry about myself?
The United States of America is the number one country in the world for human trafficking of children. There are currently about 300,000 children being sold into sexual slavery every year in our country. That is a soft figure because we cannot count the number of children that come home from school and disappear for a few hours to do the bidding of some pimp or madam their own parents do not know about.
Many of us have a completely different picture in our mind when slavery is mentioned. We mostly think of old plantations with moss hanging from giant live oak and sycamore trees lining a long stately driveway with a white columned mansion visible in the distance. But the slavery of today is at an all time high, consisting of 90% trafficked young white female slaves and 10% young boys. There are no mansions. They have become brothels.
Why is the Me Too movement unconcerned about these sexual assaults? What has happened to our American society? Mother Theresa said a society that cannot protect its children is a lost and failed society. Perhaps these children are better off aborted, to which Mother Theresa said, “It is poverty to decide a child must die so that you may live as you wish.” Regarding this statement, perhaps our country is already poverty-stricken.
One child on the streets is worth $250,000 per year to someone. Who are these someones in the United States? Since our government runs on money, who is behind wanting and letting all these illegal children into our country? We know the Democrats are; after all, this is one more way the Democrats can subjugate their voters. Democrats care more about votes than they care about these prostituted children. Imagine at ages 12 to 17 or younger, these children are trafficked sex slaves but when they turn 18, they are suddenly renamed prostitutes and society turns their back on them while they remain childhood sexual slaves, the same as when they were a couple of years younger.
Pray for these children tonight when you go to bed or take a moment to do so now. I am personally afraid inordinate amounts of money may trump putting our prayers into action. Simple math tells us $75,000,000,000 per year is made on these exploited children. Can we overcome this? That is $75 billion with a “b”. And for the perverts out there, I said, PRAY for the kids tonight, NOT PAY for these kids tonight.
God bless America and God bless you all from the Maverick Doctor,
Rick R. Redalen, M.D.
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Dr. Rick is a retired American physician, entrepreneur and philanthropist who has done mission work around the country and around the world. He is now on a mission to improve healthcare in America. Visit maverickdoctor.com or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.