Police Chief Warns ‘London is Modern Slavery Hotspot’, 13K Victims Forced into Labor and Sex

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London — As human trafficking scandals rock the world, London has been at the forefront of the child sex market. Now, it appears, they are also operating a massive modern day slave trade. According to a London top cop, Britain’s capital has become a hotspot for forced labor and sex slavery.

There are an estimated 13,000 victims of forced labor, sexual exploitation and domestic servitude in Britain, according to Government data and the police have no idea how to handle it.

According to Detective Chief Inspector Phil Brewer, head of Scotland Yard’s anti-slavery unit, human trafficking is now on the rise in Britain’s capital.

The cases of slavery in 2017 that have been referred to the police are already nearing the totals for 2016. As of the end of June, 820 cases of slavery were reported to authorities as compared to just 1,013 in all of 2016.

Police admit they are not sure how to deal with the problem. The chief said this admission came after they were treating many of the victims of slavery as actual suspects.

Detective Inspector Brewer told Reuters: “Everyone realizes now we’re never going to police our way out of this.

“Labor exploitation in London is really misunderstood or not understood, it’s quite clear that it’s about what we don’t know rather than what we know.”

Police have since taken proactive measures in an attempt to curb the spike in numbers. The Met announced that it is now relying more on industries like construction and hospitality to blow the whistle on the crime and help find victims while charities who come into contact with vulnerable people could also help, according to the Mail.

‘There’s not really been any conversation about how companies can actually interact with policing. There’s probably some reassurance that we need to do, that if you come to us and say we found this, it won’t compromise your position,’ Detective Inspector Brewer said.

According to the Mail, domestic servitude is also fueled by cultural factors that might make it acceptable in some sections of London’s population to have a worker from a lower social group working as a domestic slave even though it is against the law.

The idea that certain groups of society still think it is acceptable to own another human being and force them to do their bidding should shock the conscience. However, given the depraved practices of the elite, especially in England, trading in human lives is but a long-standing norm within these groups.

Aside from forced labor, these sickos trade in children to carry out their demented and torturous sexual depravities.

As the Free Thought Project has previously reported, Sir Edward Heath, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has reportedly been accused by the police chief as being a pedophile. His vile crimes against children were allegedly ‘covered up by the establishment.’

Unfortunately, pedophilia and human trafficking, as the Free Thought Project has exposed, is all too common among those in power. Sadly, however, those who attempt to draw attention to this problem are labeled as conspiracy nuts or perpetrators of fake news.

As CBS anchor Ben Swann pointed out, the information gleaned during Pizzagate, while some was outlandish, showed the issue was deserving of an investigation. However, it was quickly marked as fake news and written off.

As more cases, like the thousands of slaves in London, come to light, those who attempt to keep pushing this issue to the fringe expose themselves as being complicit in covering it up.

Please share this article with your friends and family to show them that modern day slavery still exists and, as the case in London shows, is thriving.

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  • Mike

    hmmm, slavery and muslims kind of go hand in hand. They love to have sexual slaves. Just like the dems in the USA love to have blacks as their ignorant slaves.

  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    C’MON. EVERY decent-sized city IN THE ENTIRE WORLD is a “hotbed” for this kind of skullbuggery…..You KNOW this, Mr. Agorist. I KNOW you know. What gives?

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Considering that the traditional home of the Royal family is also the world headquarters for the occult, it isn’t so surprising that human trafficking is so high. Occultism transcends and supersedes ordinary religious rituals in both it’s breadth and depth through it’s need for death. The occult draws much of it’s power and, perhaps, influence through blood sacrifice. Many of these sacrifices are rumored to be sex slaves whom their masters have grown tired of-or who have grown too old. The sickness that pervades and controls this world is almost unfathomable.

  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    “Police admit they are not sure how to deal with the problem.” Well, duh. Whattaya supposed to do when EVERYONE ranking above you has bloody hands???
    And, that “estimated” 13k can easily be doubled, or even tripled for London alone. If that is the number being bandied about, it is sure to be stupifyingly short of the actual numbers.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      “Official” statistics from governments are usually off by a factor of at least two. That means, the real number is either twice the “official” number or half of it, whichever fits in best with the “official” narrative. In this case the real number is at least twice as many and probably much more.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    And the shitbirds in the US are whining about slavery that was ended in the US 150 years ago. . .

    Fuck beans. . .

    • Jeff

      Not exactly ended, Rev.

      They put “except” in there and created the prison system. Transfer of ownership was all it was.

      Just like the Proclamation of Emancipation. Another lie. Read it and see who it freed.

  • Jeff

    No one can be “forced” into anything. It is a choice.

  • Jeff

    Come on people. Read it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agorism

    • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

      First thing I thought of was Bitcoin.

      • Jeff

        Met a young lady who hated the thought of dealing with “cash.” She straight-up said that to me.

        Couldn’t even count change out. Was completely confused at the simple numbers.

        Pitiful.

        COB here, bro.

        • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

          God-how sad…

          • Jeff

            It’s horrible. Especially for a teacher.

            It means I have failed my mission.

            I think we all have.

          • Phil_Ossifer

            I wouldn’t be so quick to call it failure. Even the best teacher in the world is not going to be able to teach anything to those who refuse to learn. Note that I didn’t say “can’t” learn, I said “refuse to learn.” Two very different things.

          • Jeff

            Yes, my dear friend, I understand.

            It is still profoundly painful. Even more so when I am told to take my degrees and shove them up my ass.

            It not so much the piece of paper as it is the dismissal of the knowledge and skills I worked so hard to achieve. Not so much the studying part, because that comes easy for me… but rather the actual application of that knowledge and those skills.

            Right now I am running on pure solar power. This morning I gathered eggs and grazed in my garden.

            I do not talk about this on the web. I live it.

            That’s why it hurts so much.

          • Jeff

            And an addendum… people do not want me to teach them to garden… they want me to garden for them.

            I am tired.

          • Phil_Ossifer

            I have always preferred to learn how to fish rather than being handed one. I was the kind of kid who took things apart because I couldn’t stand not knowing how they work. Maybe that’s the problem – today’s kids aren’t encouraged to be curious about anything or even interested in learning how to find out things for themselves. That’s a shame because kids are curious by nature. True intellectual curiosity is being discouraged almost to the point where one might suspect that it is being done by design. I’m getting tired, too, but not ready to give up. Hope springs eternal, I guess, even in the face of empirical evidence to the contrary.

          • Jeff

            It is by design Phil.

            I once taught a lesson about how connections are formed in the brain.

            Basically it only consisted of the difference between telling a child the meaning of the word “hot” and letting it learn “hot” by touching the stove. The connection is instantly formed. No beatings are necessary.

            It was the best lesson I ever gave.

            I cannot speak in public because I get confused, so when I speak I must do it to music and with my eyes closed. Most times I am crying. It is a very emotional thing for me. If I am interrupted I break and will leave.

            It’s why I can’t process information if it is is not broken up into clear paragraphs.

            As I write this I am crying and listening to a little girl sing “Hallelujah.” Purest beauty. Autistic like me. Different generation though. Still focuses on the music.

            CB

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          Went into a Taco Bell 20-odd years ago, right across from the local high school.

          As I was waiting to order, the power went out (it was raining pretty hard that day), and the manager told everyone that they could serve food for a little while since it was hot – but no drinks.

          So, I get to the counter and place my order.
          I had to add up the total.
          I had to figure out the tax.
          I had to figure out the change.
          Because the high school kid that walked across the street to go to work couldn’t do it.

          • Jeff

            Yep.

            I’ve actually been teaching classes on shoe-tieing. (SP?) It is pitiful. If it is more complicated than Velcro they can’t handle it.

            Not sure I can anymore.

            CB

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    In reality, we are all slaves to the elites who control this world. They temporarily loosened our restraints during the industrial age, but now that we have entered the technological and information age, the Masters are developing the technology to once again bring the plantation back into their complete control. As slavery is meant to work, the slaves are doing the work for them, so, in essence, we are building, on their behalf, our own new prison/slaughterhouse. When it is said the system has been made to work against us, it couldn’t be more true.

    • Jeff

      Amen.

  • anonQ

    So wheres the proof? Sounds like grossly exaggerated fake news to me.

  • Tatiana Covington

    What’s the best cure for slavery? Killing slavers!

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Publicly and messily.

  • SP_88

    I think the fact that the police in the UK need a “Sex Slavery Unit” is a sign that they have some serious problems to deal with.
    And obviously other countries have similar issues to deal with too. But that’s pretty screwed up. And I believe that the invasion of Muslims into Europe has played a major role in causing this problem. If you look at what’s going on in the middle east, they have major issues with sex slavery. I don’t know what it is about these people, but for some reason they believe that women are supposed to be treated like human garbage. I don’t know why they tolerate this behavior from men in their society, but they should stand up and do something about it.
    And it’s not just women, it’s children too. These men like to fuck little kids. They lock them up in dog cages and sell them for sex slaves. It’s disgusting.
    And of course the United States has to be the global police, always sticking their noses into other people’s business, but they ignore these issues far more than they should. They waste so much time, money and resources on unnecessary agendas, like trying to take out the Assad regime, while other people are doing shit like this and getting away with it. If we are going to stick our noses into other people’s business, we should at least make it a priority to take care of problems like this.