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Genocide and Concentration Camps in the 21st Century

COMMUNIST CONCENTRATION CAMPS China, what are you doing?! Europe has done nothing but watch. While we are fighting COVID-19, 1.5 million people are fighting for their lives in China in so-called internment camps. THE DAILY LIFE OF GENOCIDE What are internment camps? These camps are for ‘re-education’. Adrian Zenz, the German social scientist, explains: “The …

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Human trafficking and forced labor in Europe – Hotspot Netherlands, why falling victim numbers are worrying

The Netherlands has long been considered Europe’s hotspot for human trafficking and forced labour, especially in the sex industry. The European Commission reported 1,561 cases in the Netherlands in 2016, the highest number in Europe. But what is the situation like today? WORRYING NUMBERS In 2016, the European Union reported that between 2013 and 2014, …

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Glamour, glitter and gruesomeness – The problems with the fashion industry

Away from the catwalks, behind closed doors, at photo shoots and yet known by everyone. Sexual abuse is rampant in the fashion industry, even expected when working with some notorious individuals. TIMES CHANGE, CIRCUMSTANCES DO NOT In an interview with Der Spiegel, Wolfgang Joop described misogyny, the abuse of power and the sexual exploitation of …

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How language trivialises violence against women

How is violence against women reported in the media and how do these reports influence our thinking? For years, German language researchers investigating violence have warned against the use of “domestic abuse” (“Beziehungsdrama”), “family tragedy” (“Familientragödie”) and similar terms. Murder is murder and not a “domestic abuse” and rape is not a “sexual violence” – …

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