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Sunday, December 13, 2009

ANC's ‘Operation Child Sex Slavery Production’: SA allegedly tackles World Cup Child Trafficking Fears





Thato's “granny” sold her into sexual slavery. The woman who bought her was running a sex ring that police are still investigating to find out how many children were involved. Allegedly Thato's parents, who ‘gave’ Thato away to “granny”; probably had no idea that the “granny” would sell their daughter; whom they gave away for free.
SA tackles World Cup child-trafficking fears

“All [young girls or women] opposing the wishes of the [ANC young cadres] were reminded, that it was every woman’s obligation to give birth to new “soldiers”, in order to replace those warriors killed in the liberation struggle. The idiom of the adolescents referred to these patriotic efforts as “operation production”. Because of exactly this reason it was forbidden for the girls to use contraceptives.” (Delius 1996:189; Niehaus 1999:250)
-- Africanisation of RSA: ANC's Occult “Struggle” Politics: Witchcraft and the State in South Africa

» This grant will reach three million of South Africa's poorest children, rather than the 300,000 who presently receive the state maintenance grant
» Unlike the old maintenance grant, this grant will not be limited to a certain number of children in one family. Because the grant is made to the child, through the care-giver, a child will not suffer because of the size of his or her family
-- African National Congress: Welfare Laws Amendment Bill, 1997: Social Assistance Act [to enable the poor to breed more poverty?]

» “Our objective should be to assure that developing countries make family planning information, education and means available to all their peoples by 1980.” [Page 130]
» “...there is general agreement that up to the point when cost per acceptor rises rapidly, family planning expenditures are generally considered the best investment a country can make in its own future.” [Page 53]
-- National Security Study Memo. 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth, April 1974[Note: NSSM200 was submitted to World Leaders at the Third World Population Conference in Bucharest, Romania, August 1974; which focussed on the relationship between population issues and development. NSSM200 was not implemented for the Third World, because Black African Leaders said it was “racist”. It is “racist” to discuss and enable population policies to prevent children being procreated for sexual slavery, economic slavery, child trafficking, child prostitution, child abuse, child homelessness, etc. etc.]






SA tackles World Cup child-trafficking fears

Courtney Brooks
Dec 13 2009 08:00



Common Sense?: In less developed countries, lack of access to birth control, as well as cultural traditions that encourage women to stay home and have babies, lead to rapid population growth. The result is ever increasing numbers of poor people across Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and elsewhere who suffer from malnourishment, lack of clean water, overcrowding, inadequate shelter, and AIDS and other diseases. Save the Planet; Control Population

Lesotho-born Thato was brought to South Africa at age three, by a woman she knew simply as "granny".

Five years later, her "granny" sold her into sexual slavery. The woman who bought her was running a sex ring that police are still investigating to find out how many children were involved.

It's a scenario that South African authorities and child welfare campaigners are already working to prevent during the football World Cup next year, which authorities fear could draw in child traffickers hoping to cash in on the fanfare around the games.

Thato, now 10, was rescued just three months ago by a social worker who brought her to Amazing Grace Children's Home, which houses 79 children outside Johannesburg.

The home's founder Grace Mashaba, who explained Thato's story, said her parents probably had no idea that the "granny" would sell their daughter.

"That 'granny' doesn't have children, so she keeps asking people, 'Can you give me your child so she can stay with me?' She has a good house, so people trust in her," Mashaba said.

Thato at least was able to speak about her abuse. Another 10-year-old Lesotho girl rescued from the sex ring is too traumatised to talk, Mashaba said.

An estimated 247 000 children in South Africa now work in exploitive labour, including prostitution, according to the Child Protection Action Plan for the World Cup, created by the Department of Social Development.

Campaigners worry that the problem will grow with the influx of tourists next year, especially as South African schools will be closed during the World Cup, which runs from June 11 to July 11, meaning many children could be left unattended during the day.


'Even their own families sell these girls'

“We are Zanu-PF’s “B” team. The army is the “A” team and we do the things the government does not want the “A” team to do.” -- ZA & Zim Youth militia Interviews

“It takes great wickedness for those in power to be prepared to sacrifice a whole generation, the youth of the nation, in order to maintain their own hold on power. The youth of Zimbabwe are being used, and abused, in a most cynical and calculating way by the very people entrusted with responsibility for their welfare.”

An Overview of Youth Militia Training and Activities in Zimbabwe, October 2000 – August 2003
by Solidarity Peace Trust (PDF)

"Child trafficking is a big concern because of the big economic pull of the event," said Stephen Blight, the head of child protection in South Africa for the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef).

"All the fans and visitors spending money will create a whole network that criminal networks will want to benefit from."

The government worries that child trafficking could increase as poor South Africans struggle for a slice of the $4-billion the World Cup is expected to generate.

Parliament is due to consider a trafficking law early next year, aiming to prevent children from getting recruited to beg or hawk souvenirs on the streets, or more worryingly, forced into prostitution.

Rebecca Pursell, a social worker for Kholisa Management Services, a child advocacy group, said the school holidays could add to the problem for children.

"They will be loitering around without much activity, which places them at high risk not only of trafficking, but of sexual exploitation," she said.

In addition to cross-border trafficking from Zimbabwe, Mozambique or Lesotho, many poor South Africans will leave rural areas to look for work in the cities during the games, she said.

Mariam Khokhar, of the UN's International Organisation for Migration, said prevention campaigns are already under way, including theatre programmes in rural areas to educate people about the danger of trafficking.
"Criminal elements often tend to exploit such events, and there will be an increase in criminality which could possibly include trafficking," she told Agence France-Presse.

For Thato, she will live at the Amazing Grace home for now. Many of children stay at the home until they finish high school, Mashaba said.

Most of them have been abandoned, orphaned or abused. Those who have been trafficked from other countries can be repatriated, but often choose to stay, Mashaba said.

"Even their own families, they do sell those girls. It's the people that you know that traffic the children." -- AFP

Source: Mail & Guardian



CIA & Pentagon on Overpopulation; Nightline, 2000

Population Policy Common Sense Facts:
* 19 out of every 20 children born every day, are born in the Third World.
* For every three years of education a woman receives, she has one less child.




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