How people at one time trusted the government and corporations

In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers. One newspaper reported it cost fifty-three cents for parents to mail their daughter to her grandparents for a family visit. As news stories and photos popped up around the country, it didn’t take long to get a law on the books making it illegal to send children through the mail.

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5 Responses to “How people at one time trusted the government and corporations”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It WAS apparently legal for The Church to persuade poor parents to sign their children up for “better lives” in places like Canada or Australia. These poor kids were then sold as “indentured servants” (ie. slaves) to anyone who wanted to bid for them.
    My Uncle was sold as an “indentured slave” to a farmer in Canada in the 1920’s. He was taken from a small town in the West Coast of Scotland by a “Church Group” to be put on the slave ship to Canada (“Empire Building Scheme”). My mum never saw her brother until he turned up in a Canadian Army Uniform on her doorstep in 1941. He died in the 1970’s and kept his certificate of indenture framed on his living room wall in Hamilto, Ontario all his life.
    Their parents (my grandparents) died of TB in the 1920’s. The Mum died first then the Dad, his lungs had been fucked by gassing in WW1.
    Who knew? Just saying.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was at a catholic orphanage in the fifties, i can remember kids just disapearing overnight and never seeen again.
    I was told some years later that Churchill and Herbert Morrison sent children from the cities to the provinces during W W II, many were sexually abused or worked as slaves.
    The Brennan report of 1950 said many of these children were victims of homosexual exploitation.
    Churchill/Morrison wanted to export english white kids and start importing in black orphans into Britian in an early multicultutal exercise, i can personally remember about 10 white children who were exported
    to make room for black children to come in

  3. Anonymous says:

    British government used to steal black children from my country Nigeria, nopw we want to bring christianity back to the UK

    Lattoya Bandaloginskyevskinova

  4. John Bull says:

    In the 1930’s my grandmother sent my mother aged six or seven to her sister who lived in London on the train alone with an address label tied around her neck.

    Not uncommon in those days and tells us plainly how trustworthy, good and upright people were in those days.

    By comparison we are now a degenerate cesspool of filth.

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