Trump declares January 2018 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking PREVENTION month
Jan 01, 2018
As a nice follow-up to his December 20 Executive Order against extreme human rights abuses, President Trump on December 29 declared January 2018 to be National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we recommit ourselves to eradicating the evil of enslavement. Human trafficking is a modern form of the oldest and most barbaric type of exploitation. It has no place in our world. This month we do not simply reflect on this appalling reality. We also pledge to do all in our power to end the horrific practice of human trafficking that plagues innocent victims around the world.
Human trafficking is a sickening crime at odds with our very humanity. An estimated 25 million people are currently victims of human trafficking for both sex and labor. Human traffickers prey on their victims by promising a life of hope and greater opportunity, while delivering only enslavement. Instead of delivering people to better lives, traffickers unjustifiably profit from the labor and toil of their victims, who they force — through violence and intimidation — to work in brothels and factories, on farms and fishing vessels, in private homes, and in countless industries.
My Administration continues to work to drive out the darkness human traffickers cast upon our world.
If we connect the dots, we can see that Trump’s Executive Order on December 20 was part of a series of events in his ongoing war against human trafficking that has been providing sex slaves and sacrificial victims to satanists, including many in high governmental positions.
It will be interesting to hear what Trump has to say about this during his State of the Union address in a few weeks. Don’t expect him to be too open about this. He will probably speak in generalities. But even so, it is clear that this issue is very important to him. If you read the rest of this declaration in the link above, you will see that he ties it to actions that he began to take as early as last February.
In other words, this has been a top priority since his inauguration last January.
I suspect that Trump has something in mind for Martin Luther King Day as well.