They can’t even get their own story straight

The Home Office estimates that 13,000 people are believed to be victims of slavery in the UK. However, the true number of exploited children is probably significantly higher, Khan suggested. “We know the current estimate of the number of trafficked children in the UK is just the tip of the iceberg,” he said. “Due to the secretive nature of trafficking and inconsistency in collecting data across several agencies, it is difficult to definitively estimate the number of trafficked children in the UK. But we do know that many frontline professionals are not aware of the signs of trafficking.”

Oh aye?

An interim appraisal of the advocate scheme, being piloted in three regions in the UK, suggests that Albanian children comprise a quarter of all trafficked children being helped by the new service. They are second only to Vietnamese children – forced to work on cannabis farms and in nail bars – who make up more than 30% of the 160 cases overseen by Barnardo’s so far.

Barnardo’s has direct evidence on 160 people but is therefore able to extrapolate out to “Oh, yes, definitely more than 13,000!”?

Yeah, right….and there’s that reference to all those slaves in nail bars again, eh?

Also, it’s not quite children children that we’re talking about:

Most of those helped were aged between 15 and 17, but the Barnardo’s schemes have encountered cases involving children as young as three.

And then there’s these two snippets:

Barnardo’s estimates that just over a third of the children it has helped are trafficked for sexual exploitation,

Kidnapping and deception of young women and girls for commercial sexual exploitation remains the main “recruiting” method used by traffickers. Once transported to the destination country, they are forced into prostitution and brutally abused.

Yep, it’s all about sex!

And yet no one has actually been able to find any sex slaves, have they?

18 thoughts on “They can’t even get their own story straight”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    Figures shared with the Observer by the children’s charity Barnardo’s – which is trialling a new Home Office-funded advocacy service to provide better protection for child-trafficking victims …

    Heard this song before. It is the one that starts “gissas more money”

  2. Getting routine this.
    Due to the economics of supply & demand in the hooker industry. especially the vast oversupply of willing workers & the dearth of punters, it’s impossible to make any money out of sex slavery.
    End of.

  3. BiS – its more than that. There’s a number of sites acting as a “Trip Advisor” for hookers.

    The punters rank the girls by performance of services rendered, and so unwilling exploited girls wouldn’t be recommended. Except of course if seldom if ever is found today because as BiS states there are thousands of willing girls.

    And historically, the punters themselves have gone rushing to the police to report girls they think are exploited. Because most punters aren’t in fact evil bastards, they’re just horny. Of course the left’s proposed answer to this is to criminalise punters so that will stop.

    Also one thing to note is that Bernado’s and their muslim CEO were strangely enough almost completely silent during the Rotherham et al scandals despite operating some of the care homes from whihc the majority of exploited girls were procured.

    Spot the cunts in this story.

  4. Yet another charity hyping an issue as a way of trolling for more money.

    This happens when charities stop being about helping people and start being about the workers employees by charities.

    Yet another reason why I have stopped donating to charities. They are now just parasiticall organisations who exploit the very people they claim to want to help.

    Sex slaves you say? Surely you meant to say meal ticket!

  5. Another aspect of this so-called exploitation.
    Anyone who’s lived in the UK’s inner cities will be familiar with going into Asian run shops & being served by children as young as 10 or 11. Seen even younger kids doing forms of work. if it’s only stacking shelves.
    Yes. They’re being exploited. They’re third world peasants, FFS! Their children are ,to them, an economic recourse. It’s why they have them.
    This is exactly where the Brits were, couple centuries ago.
    So if you don’t want third world peasants exploiting their kids in the UK, don’t fill the UK with third world peasants.

  6. “Anyone who’s lived in the UK’s inner cities will be familiar with going into Asian run shops & being served by children as young as 10 or 11.”

    I’ve lived in London most of my life, and have never seen that.

    Of course, since the Asians aren’t the latest generation of immigrants, they largely don’t run shops anymore. It’s really not that long since the stereotype was that all the corner shops were run by Jewish refugees.

    There’s no need to bring your racism into the discussion, because it’s pure delusion.

    TN>

    You’re really not very good at reading, are you? 30% of the alleged 13k work in ‘cannabis farms and nail bars’.

  7. Bloke in Costa Rica

    Ah yes, the nail bars. That’s why that old boiler got all tearful on Question Time the other day about not being able to make her nail salon pay the bills and was in no way a crude Lefty plant: competition from three year-old Albanians. Pull the other one, sunshine, it’s got a child prostitute on it.

  8. You’re really not very good at reading, are you? 30% of the alleged 13k work in ‘cannabis farms and nail bars’.

    It matters not: my point was that if thousands of children are working on cannabis farms – which are large and illegal – then the police are utterly incompetent. Or it’s a lie.

    How are the robot factories coming along?

  9. As has been mentioned on here before…you can imagine the incentives open to a prostitute whose visa arrangements are not quite in order having been picked up: get charged and deported, or make up a story about being trafficked, which will get Guadianistas fighting your corner. Tough choice.

  10. Only 13,000 Viet girls in nail bars? What happened to the 100,000 they were blowing hard about a year or two ago?

    The “traffickers” must have realised the jig was up and hired hundreds of 747 charters to ship them all overseas.

  11. So Much For Subtlety

    Tim Newman – “13,000 kids working on cannabis farms? Either this is a lie or the British police are staggeringly incompetent.”

    I feel there is a missing “and” in their somewhere.

  12. Of course, since the Asians aren’t the latest generation of immigrants, they largely don’t run shops anymore.

    While I may be giving the “outside of the London bubble” view, although most Asians don’t run corner shops, most corner shops, around here anyway, are run by Asians.

    Or, if you want to be more specific, the grumpy under-educated and somewhat incompetent sons of the family who set the shop up. The competent sons and the daughters being elsewhere and doing something more productive.

    And we don’t get the 10 year olds serving – largely because, despite being run by more or less devout Muslims, nearly all of the shops are offies.

  13. @SE
    I think you are a little “outside of the London bubble” Or outside the bubble of a lot of UK cities.
    As usual, Dave’s his usual SJW & talking bollocks.
    You go to East London, for instance & most of the Asian shops are selling to the Asian community. For Asian read Pakistani, Who make up a large proportion of the demographic. They don’t tend to be off-licenses because their customer base don’t drink alcohol. Whether they’re second generation, f**k knows? Rudimentary or no English doesn’t imply anything. Some of them never learn English.

  14. Oh & Dave.
    Slinging labels like racist around’s like water off a duck’s back, as far as I’m concerned. I haven’t been particularly “English” for years. Where i live, most of the time, being “racist” is the norm. Nothing to get excited about.

  15. And yet no one has actually been able to find any sex slaves, have they?

    There was a case in scotland, nigerian girls and nigerian johns – made the papers, but not a big story (about ten years ago).

    There was case in finchely north london, kidanapped a girl and made her a prostitute slave. Let her out one day and she went straight to eh police, he got something 20 years twice served concurrently.

    I keep an eye out for these sorts of things, as I am so sceptical of the current ‘hysteria’ , but real cases do turn up.

  16. So Much For Subtlety

    johnny bonk – “There was a case in scotland, nigerian girls and nigerian johns – made the papers, but not a big story (about ten years ago).”

    More recent than that, surely?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2793840/woman-guilty-people-trafficking-forcing-two-nigerian-women-prostitution-making-eat-snakes-african-black-magic-ceremony.html

    A woman has been found guilty of people trafficking after she forced two Nigerian women into prostitution by making them eat snakes in an African black magic ceremony.

    Lizzy Idahosa, 24, and her husband Jackson Omoruyi, 41, made more than £70,000 out of the women, who were terrified with voodoo and made see a witchdoctor for a sinister ‘juju’ ceremony.

    Both are now facing jail after Idahosa was convicted of trafficking the women, inciting them to become prostitutes and transferring criminal property, while Omoruyi was found guilty of money laundering.

    http://allafrica.com/stories/201306050671.html

    Spanish police say they have broken up a ring that smuggled in women from Nigeria and forced them into street prostitution by burning them with irons and using voodoo rituals. The gang tortured the women and scared them with curses to force them on to the streets. Six people, including one woman believed to be a ringleader- were arrested after one of the women alerted authorities

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