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Old May 7th 2009, 3:10 am
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Originally Posted by JR230898
Poor man Pablo...still yearning for the Colonial days..?

Come on..give us the full racist monotribe...we are all waiting expectantly. Tell us about how it was so much better when the whites were on top and the blacks knew their place. How the whites were so much better organised at ripping the resources out of the countries they had dominated and left undeveloped for centuries...come on give it to us...we all deserve it.
This is not about white or black, just the sick barbaric act of child abduction, in some cases the slaughter of all the other people in the villages, and selling those little children into a life of slavery and unpaid prostitution.

Whosoever is involved in this sick vile trade will one day have to answer to God, and I would not like to be in their shoes.

I am one who is all for minding my own business but when something as disturbing as this comes to my attention I can't keep quiet. My blood is still boiling since I read the book which I finished a couple of days ago.

These people are the lowest form of scum and this act of child slavery or any slavery has no place in a modern day civilised world.
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Old May 7th 2009, 3:14 am
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Originally Posted by pgtips
This is not about white or black, just the sick barbaric act of child abduction, in some cases the slaughter of all the other people in the villages, and selling those little children into a life of slavery and unpaid prostitution.

Whosoever is involved in this sick vile trade will one day have to answer to God, and I would not like to be in their shoes.

I am one who is all for minding my own business but when something as disturbing as this comes to my attention I can't keep quiet. My blood is still boiling since I read the book which I finished a couple of days ago.

These people are the lowest form of scum and this act of child slavery or any slavery has no place in a modern day civilised world.
Couldn't agree more....

Just ask Pablo why he had to bring this in:

The usual response when civilized nations start intefering in Africa is to keep our "pink noses out" (as Mugabe says). ??
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Why are you limiting this to the Sudan? In my wife's country, Mozambique, they have a saying of ' Tata Mamae, Tata Papae' for when children disappear off the streets, and guess what? Madonna is not adopting them all.

Some will end up as 'Muti'..killed for body parts...and others end up in other places. Look at how much public attention was generated by the sad abduction of Madeleine from Portugal. See what happens when a kid is abducted from a socio-economic group that has some ability to act. Ever noticed the uproar about the abduction of kids from developing countries?

It has been reportedly stemmed but the UAE used to abduct kids for camel jockeys. For that reason, America's great friend, the Emir of Dubai, Sheik Makhtoum could not fly to visit his many friends in the US for a while.
http://www.radionetherlands.nl/currentaffairs/cam070801
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...16/1980075.htm
I wonder how much it cost him to get out of that?

Great world we live in...eh?
It just makes you think what kind of world we are we living in, children sold their body parts, makes me want to puke. kids abducted for camel jockeys.
Evil has no bounds.
Obviously I have been living a very sheltered life in the UK.
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Oi!!! Pablo,

Quote:
'and compare how much attention that is paid to the child slaves Makhtoum'

The usual response when civilized nations start intefering in Africa is to keep our "pink noses out" (as Mugabe says).
I was referring to Sheik Mahktoum of the UAE.....Pablo, my 'erudite mate'...... the UAE ain't in Africa:

http://www.radionetherlands.nl/currentaffairs/cam070801
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...16/1980075.htm

You are forgiven Pablo....come back and tell us how slavery was always better organised when it was under colonial rule.

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...tell us how slavery was always better organised when it was under colonial rule.
Actually I think the British, anyway, tried to stamp it out when they had any say in the matter.
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Actually I think the British, anyway, tried to stamp it out when they had any say in the matter.
Pablo, you are right, the Brits always did things in a 'better' way. Look at how they are still treating the people of Diego Garcia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depopul...f_Diego_Garcia

If you can't enslave....move them....and they were doing this into the 70's. It does take colonialism a little time to subside...I suppose.
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Originally Posted by JR230898
Pablo, you are right, the Brits always did things in a 'better' way.
Your words, not mine.
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Pablo, how do you justify what was done by the British to the people of Diego Garcia between from the 60's into the 70's...is this your idea of the Brits doing 'it' better?
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Pablo, how do you justify what was done by the British to the people of Diego Garcia between from the 60's into the 70's...is this your idea of the Brits doing 'it' better?
and their subsequent avoidance of the issue right to this day....come on mate!!!.we are here trying to help educate you....you'll have to actually start reading stuff.
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Pablo, how do you justify what was done by the British to the people of Diego Garcia between from the 60's into the 70's...is this your idea of the Brits doing 'it' better?

I have no interest in trying to justify it. Why should I?
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I have no interest in trying to justify it. Why should I?
Because of what you said here:

Originally Posted by Pablo
Actually I think the British, anyway, tried to stamp it out when they had any say in the matter.
The Brits had all the 'say in the matter' over their removal of all the people of Diego Garcia...and they've been avoiding it since.

Defend what you say, against the facts.
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Pablo, here is some further reporting to defend your claim against:

http://www.newstatesman.com/asia/200...ritius-britain
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Because of what you said here:
You're getting very confused. You were talking about Africa and slavery.
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Pablo,

and slavery is to do with the subjugation and transportation of people..yes?

Well.......... then look at what the Brits did to the Chagos people between the 60's & 70s.

They were forcibly moved from their home lands dumped on Mauritius (Africa?...yes!) and the British Government is still trying to deny responsibility...and my word...hav'nt they (the Brits) benefited from the arrangement!

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Actually I think the British, anyway, tried to stamp it out (slavery) when they had any say in the matter.
Dear Pablo (soon to be renamed 'two short planks') the Brits had 'every say in this matter'.

Now....step up to the plate...and defend the indefensible.
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Dear Pablo, I have to get to bed...you do your homework...and, I'll check your work in the morning...OK?
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