the new global ZOG of the jewrocrats

Greece among the countries with the most slave labor within the EU
KeepTalkingGreece, Aug 10 2017

The EU recorded the largest increase in slavery of any world region in 2017, with the arrival of more than 100,000 migrants, many of them extremely vulnerable to exploitation, analysts said on Thursday. Greece, Italy, Cyprus. Romania and Bulgaria are the countries with the most slave labour within the EU. The risk of slave labour in farming, construction and other sectors rose across the region, with 20 of the EU’s 28 member states scoring worse than in 2016 in an annual global slavery index by British analytics company Verisk Maplecroft. Sam Haynes, senior human rights analyst at Verisk Maplecroft, said:

The migrant crisis has increased the risk of slavery incidents appearing in company supply chains across Europe.

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Globally there are 21 million people in forced labour, including children, in a business worth $150b/yr, according to the ILO. The index, which assessed incidents of human trafficking or slavery, as well as laws and law enforcement in 198 countries, ranked Romania, Greece, Italy, Cyprus and Bulgaria as the countries with the most slave labour within the EU. All are key entry points for migrants in the region, Verisk Maplecroft said. Some 115,000 migrants and refugees have reached Europe by sea so far in 2017, with more than 80% arriving in Italy, according to the IOM. Alexandra Channer, principal human rights analyst at Verisk Maplecroft, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation:

Many agree to pay large amounts of money for the journey and end up working virtually for free, trapped by debts owed to the agents who brought them across the border. Many illegal migrants entering the EU are so in debt to a trafficking gang or unscrupulous agents that they have no hope of paying that cost. Local authorities are struggling to manage the slavery issue effectively due to the large numbers of arrivals.

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Globally, NK retained the top spot as having the worst record of slave labour, while, outside the EU, Turkey lost the most ground in the ranking, slipping into the “high risk” category. India improved the most, jumping from 15 to 49, while Thailand also made significant gains in the fight against slavery, moving up 21 places to 48. But both countries remained rated as at “extreme risk” with severe abuses reported in construction, brick kilns, garment production, manufacturing, farming, fishing and rubber production, according to the analysis. Channer said the index aimed at helping businesses identify countries most at risk of slave labour.

3 Comments

  1. Posted August 11, 2017 at 12:50 pm | Permalink

    so happy to see that israel is nowhere on any of the slavery lists – overjoyed.

    lest its status as the most moral country in the world be questioned.

    i always knew that there is not a single slave in israel and to celebrate this affirmation, let’s hit one of the numerous tel aviv brothels for a bit of r+r.

  2. niqnaq
    Posted August 11, 2017 at 1:32 pm | Permalink

    Damn right, Lobro. Your eye is unerring.

    😉

  3. shauk
    Posted August 11, 2017 at 2:59 pm | Permalink

    “so happy to see that israel is nowhere on any of the slavery lists – overjoyed.”

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