Monday, July 9, 2018

How to Stop Human Trafficking

In June, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Ivanka Trump honored several people from around the world for their work fighting human trafficking. Honoring these people is not enough. It doesn't address the root cause of the problem, and when your plan doesn't address the root cause of the crisis, it makes it worse. 

Slavery comes from the power game of Lust, and which is one of the five power games related to revenge-- one of the Seven Deadly Sins. People who enslave others fear loss, so they bind people to them and push them away. 

Logically speaking, people who have been dragged into slavery lack their freedom, and to free them from bondage, such as during the Civil War, the slaves need somewhere to go. The Underground Railroad provided the opportunity for people to leave, and the free North allowed them to have their freedom.

How can Donald Trump's plan make the crisis worse? For one thing, Trump's immigration policy sets the stage for human trafficking by denying people who are seeking asylum from having a place to go to escape oppression. 

Human trafficking is occurring within the United States, also, and the place that people can go is the plan for the international government. All Trump has to do to stop human trafficking around the world is to support the plan for the international government, which will be based on the US Constitution. As of today, people in 85 nations support the plan for world peace.