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Reader’s Comment: Where are the protests against the slavery disfiguring the non-Western world?

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In response to Laura Perrins: If we are racists why are we so popular?, North Angle wrote:

“What is so easy to forget is the slavery was historically universal and it still dominates many non-Western countries in the world.”

Indeed. Where are the marches or the campaigns from the Grauniad’s warriors regarding the slavery in the Middle East and elsewhere?

From Wikipedia:

“A report by the Walk Free Foundation in 2013, found India had the highest number of slaves, nearly 14 million, followed by China (2.9 million), Pakistan (2.1 million), Nigeria, Ethiopia, Russia, Thailand, Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar and Bangladesh; while the countries with the highest of proportion of slaves were Mauritania, Haiti, Pakistan, India and Nepal.

In June 2013, U.S. State Department released a report on slavery, it placed Russia, China, Uzbekistan in the worst offenders category. Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and Zimbabwe were also at the lowest level. The list also included Algeria, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait among a total of 21 countries.”

As always, we white people are to blame… for everything, it seems.

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