Speechless

@artemeis (4007)
China
November 11, 2015 3:14am CST
After reading this article, I believe every mother will be even more protective of their precious daughters and right now I'm just speechless at what this girl had undergone after she was abducted by human traffickers at the age of 12 and forced into prostitution. I felt very sad at how her ordeal could have been avoided if her mother had not been so nasty on her; if her parents had been more attentive enough to teach her to inform of her whereabouts at all times; if she had been taught from young the ways of the streets and strangers and many more. Yet, questions abound as to what had happened here. All these years, where were the police other than a bunch of corrupted useless ones who worked for the traffickers and forced the girls as well. I could not feeling scared for my 2 daughters even though they are quite grown and I think I'm going to have another sleepless night.
Human trafficking survivor says she was was raped 43,200 times in four years.
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@LadyDuck (118455)
• Switzerland
11 Nov 15
I see this happened in Mexico, all over the world women are abducted and raped. Look what is now happening in Syria, the ISIS are abducting all the women and they are sold to the members as slaves. They torture and rape them and if they do not obey they kill them.
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@artemeis (4007)
• China
12 Nov 15
I think what you have described is the modus operandi of Boko Haram who does not respect boundaries of any kind since he approves such atrocities on womenfolks of the same Muslim faith. In the IS case, they abduct the Yazidis to be "comfort women" for their "warriors", making them (IS) no different from the deviant IS. Anyway back to the topic here, I think this is another episode of parenthood failures where children are driven to turn closer to strangers when it should be the other way round. At the same time, the country's law enforcement is questionable as well who will make these abduction cases go cold with their abuses of authority, corruption inside and irresponsibility from the rank and file. IMO Mexico always gives me the impression that it is a mafia controlled country where even assassinations on their leaders or government officials could be carried out effectively.
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@Hatley (157679)
• Garden Grove, California
12 Nov 15
that is so horrible y et moslims i nsist muslim faith is gentle and kind such lies horrible.
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@artemeis (4007)
• China
19 Nov 15
@Hatley It is a sad state of things when people can use the good religion to exploit the innocents.
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@Hatley (157679)
• Garden Grove, California
12 Nov 15
hi@artemeis hatley here thats horrible atrocious If I had had daughters i would have always protected then and taught them so they would be safe from horrible rapists I cannot say that does not happen in the US because girls do get raped here too; we must protect and teach our girls so nothing like that ever happens again.
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@artemeis (4007)
• China
12 Nov 15
In my country, human traffickers are much ruthless where they would abduct even go to the stage of abducting baby infants from hospitals to unattended sleeping babies. These babies most of them are sold at high prices to overseas for God knows what other purposes other than adoption by childless couples. There were even stories where these children are being maimed and thrown into the streets to beg for money for their "masters" and addressed as their "fathers".
@1hopefulman (19569)
• Canada
14 Nov 15
I can only keep on praying that God delivers us from evil and soon takes over the administration of the earth. How can man solve these horrible evils when so many are neglectful and corrupt?
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@artemeis (4007)
• China
14 Nov 15
I believe there are the negligent parents but I wonder if society is also to be blamed for such terrible incidents. Starting with high unemployment, misuse of public funds meant to help single parents, building child care facilities, schools and so on. As for corruption, I am just speechless here as well.
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@1hopefulman (19569)
• Canada
14 Nov 15
@artemeis We want to maintain a positive outlook but the facts are that man cannot solve the many ills of the world. God help us!
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@artemeis (4007)
• China
18 Nov 15
@1hopefulman Even if there are a group of men that will consider committing such a crime, there are another group that will not and should consider stepping up in preventing such a crime from being committed and prevent another event.. God will only help us if we help ourselves in the first place.
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@LeaPea2417 (14621)
• Toccoa, Georgia
16 Nov 15
It is awful what these girls go through. I pray more traffickers are caught and prosecuted.
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@LeaPea2417 (14621)
• Toccoa, Georgia
17 Nov 15
@artemeis I agree, it is so very evil.
@buenavida (7602)
• Sweden
14 Nov 15
We can see the fulfillment of the prophecy in 2 Timothy 3:1-5 right in front of our eyes. There is an online Bible at jw.org - and yes - have a look at also Matthew 24, Luke 21 and Mark 13
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