Modern Slaves’ Market in the 21st Century?

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It could be difficult to imagine today that there are still slaves’ markets existing on the planet. Well a picture from Hunter Biden’s laptop has clearly listed an 18-year-old girl with a price tag of USD $150 million.

Perhaps I cannot find a word to clearly describe my feeling at this moment as a professional, as a father and as a human being. I really would like to question where is the rule of law supposed to bring justice; where are the institutes defending the legal system; whether any mainstream media has covered this and why Hunter’s father, Joe Biden, still can be the president candidate of the United States of America. 

On the other hand, a slaves’ market cannot exist without any demand. Then who are the bidders? Do those bidders possess any essential humanity in this particular situation? Probably not. Let’s take one step further, if Joe Biden starts to rule the most powerful nation on the planet after November 3rd, 2020, will the tragedy that happened to this 18-year-old girl occur to our enfant and our family? Every single voter, please ask yourself before circling on the ballot.

Meanwhile it might be interesting to find out that Hunter has tattooed the map of Finger Lakes on his back. “Tattoos fall into three broad categories: purely decorative (with no specific meaning); symbolic (with a specific meaning pertinent to the wearer); and pictorial (a depiction of a specific person or item).”(Wikipedia) Finger Lakes are well-known for their unique natural views and wineries. Are Finger Lakes also a perfect location to hide something important? Maybe, maybe not….

However, there is a historical description about Finger Lakes that is worth knowing “The Underground Railroad wasn’t a locomotive with train cars and track at all, but a 500-mile network of secret passages that took slaves from bondage to freedom before and during the Civil War. Escape routes stretched from the southern slave states into the North and on to Canada. Fugitives usually traveled secretly at night, and were hidden by thousands of “conductors” during the day, many of whom were right here in the Finger Lakes.”

Reference: https://www.lifeinthefingerlakes.com/underground-railroad/

Author:  涅

Proof-Reader: Squirrel

Original opinion article by Himalaya Farm Vancouver – 2020/10/26

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