International sex trafficking

Lydia Cacho

Lydia Cacho is a Mexican investigative journalist and activist whose work has led to her life being under threat.
Her book, Demons of Eden, published seven years ago, is an expose of child abuse in Mexico in which she names powerful men at the centre of the abuse as well as the officials and governors who, she claims, protected the paedophiles. Following its publication she was imprisoned and – she says – tortured, and asked to retract her accusations. After a year-long battle, she won the case against her for defamation but still receives death threats from the powerful and dangerous enemies she has made. Lydia Cacho continues to campaign. In her latest book, Slavery Inc, she examines international sex trafficking.


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10 Responses to “International sex trafficking”

  1. SBAW says:

    Come on tap, you know the BBC are famous for the brain-washing and cultural programming of your mind.
    So why re you putting up articles libking to BBC programmes. Make yer mind up!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    OK TAP has made his points.

    He exposes valid issues here daily, one thing i hoped he would focus his reality on was his freedom & life could be at risk.

    what risk are we taking SBAW?

    I badgered him with this because occasionally the BBC do let the odd story of value through.

    sometimes these are like a needle in a haystack but worth noting.

    you will see here history, books & you can even listen to the artical.

    in my humble opinion might i request you goto & listen again:-

    TIP see 24mins in

    & then voice your opinion!


  3. Stung By A Wasp says:

    A very brave woman ill check her book out. Ive talked to enough people involved with sex trade to be fully aware that its not a subjest to laugh about.Sex trafficing is evil, i wish tap would do more stuff like this and about bankers, US links to Al Qaeda than illuminati numerology BS. im not having a pop at her more the hypocrasy of tap.

  4. Anonymous says:

    no other media outlet has done more to glamorize drugs than the BBC,see Russell brand on newsnight a few weeks ago and pete doherty before him,ultimately the people taking the drugs have to take some responsibility for the misery in the countries they come from

  5. Tapestry says:

    BBC is Frankfurt School. Its aim is the destruction of civilised society, the family, the community, the church, democracy, the nation and so on.

    The reports never go so far as to identify the real culprits, just leave the topics hanging, with no solution ever offered.

  6. Anonymous says:

    @ Tap above…

    It’s Tavistock Institute too – masters of brainwashing the masses, and full of higher ranking (”in the know” ”wink, wink”, masons). Throw in a bit of MI5/MI6/Mossad/CIA, and you get the picture.


    The BBC goes far deeper than that daft ‘flagship’ show called ‘Eastenders’.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Sadly apparently this comes from the top

    Bill & Hillary Clinton_ Their Secret Life – #01 of 12


  8. Anonymous says:

    Tea drinking may increase risk of prostate cancer

    WTF Seriousely????


  9. Anonymous says:

    Hi, HETT.

    The mainstream media flip-flops just like Mitt Romney…

    …Not a week goes by without having to read (and even worse, pay for this sh!+).

    One week eggs are bad for your cholesterol… then the next week another ‘study’ (notice how the MSM like to use the terms ‘study’ and ‘source’ without actually naming them?) shows they are good for you. Flip flop.

    Alan Watt said this in one of his broadcasts, words along the lines of the mainstream media is owned by the globalists and it’s designed to confuse you and send you around in circles. Not his words obviously… but you get the picture… it’s all about distraction and taking your eye off the ball. 🙂

  10. Mandy says:

    I agree whole heartedly with TAP on this one.

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