Total slavery

I know this is extremely long, but I strongly encourage everyone to fully read this. Know what is really going on. Jews are behind all of this and responsible for it. Look to the top – the owners and the operators of these factories and corporations, who they are and what they are and with a bit of research, they are all kikes.

Not too many people are fully aware of the extent of the Jewish operated world slave trade. Not only is this destroying countless lives, but is destroying and polluting the environment to where it will affect everyone on this planet. The jews, being as cheap as they are do not properly dispose of toxic waste, as this involves putting out a bit more money and also more jobs, even though slave labor is extremely cheap, the Jew looks at the pennies he can save.

Quote from the Jewish Talmud:

Nidrasch Talpioth, p. 225-L: “Jehovah created the non-Jew in human form so that the Jew would not have to be served by beasts. The non-Jew is consequently an animal in human form, and condemned to serve the Jew day and night.”

Over the years, there have been a few posts here and there in the JoS e-groups, questioning the validity of these quotes. Given the following facts and plenty more, in addition to the biblical Old Testament, it is glaringly apparent that these Talmudic quotes are legitimate, though many jews will deny them. The Talmud is a collection of many volumes, almost an encyclopedia, written in Hebrew so that few if any Gentiles can read what is therein. Over the centuries, a few Gentiles with knowledge of Hebrew came forward and revealed this work of trash to the world.

Schulchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348: “All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which, consequently, is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples.”

Seph. Jp., 92, 1: “God has given the Jews power over the possessions and blood of all nations.”

“There were other refugees, including Kazhaks, and German, Austrian, and Hungarian Jews who founded a community in Shanghai.”

‘Down in Hong Kong, Moses Tsang, a partner at Goldman Sachs, was preparing his company to dominate the financing of China’s future.” [It doesn’t take an IQ much above a total idiot to know “Moses” Tsang is a Chinese Jew and Goldman Sachs is a Jewish monopoly.

From “The China Dream” by Joe Studwell © 2002, 2003

“Mark Schwartz, [Jew – my note] one of Goldman Sachs’ four vice chairmen, has been based in Beijing since his appointment in June as chairman of the Asia-Pacific region. He is the most senior executive Goldman Sachs has ever posted in the country. “

“Goldman Sachs wants to prioritize the building out of our China business,” Schwartz said in his first interview since taking up his new position. “My return has sent a very powerful signal to the entire Goldman Sachs community of 33,000 professionals around the world that China is a very high priority for us.” “Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs expanded in Asia. Its workforce in Asia grew significantly and, in 2004, it teamed up with Chinese securities firm Gao Hua Securities to set up a joint venture in China.”

The above is only one example. Nearly all major high-profile corporations are owned and/or run by Jews. Many people can just pass this off or put their minds and interests to other things, but eventually, what is being done, like I already wrote is going to affect everybody; more than just in the area of employment.

Now, here are some very relevant reasons why Satan advises us against consuming any foods imported from China. Again, it doesn’t take much common sense to figure out how this affects the crops planted there, the fish and everything else. The extent of the affects of these toxic wastes obviously can generate a plague. The USA for one, has been exporting extremely large amounts of fresh water to China, as the water there is so polluted to the point where many are already dead by the thousands. Now, just how fit are the crops, fish and even meat that is subject to this water, then fed to humans and our pets?

“Years of Damage”

“One of China’s biggest problems: wastewater. Factories and cities have discharged mostly untreated sewage and pollutants into the country’s rivers and lakes—some 53.7 billion tons in 2006 alone, according to the World Bank. China’s environmental regulators have designated 48 of China’s major lakes as seriously polluted. One-fourth of the water sampled along China’s two largest rivers—the Yangtze and Yellow—was found to be too polluted even for farm irrigation. And tap water isn’t entirely safe, either, with Chinese authorities responding to 48 large-scale environmental emergencies last year. “Extensive water pollution of course impacts on water scarcity.”

From the book, “China Shakes the World” by James Kynge © 2006, 2007:

“The problem started in the 1980’s when tens of thousands of small companies, including pulp and paper mills, chemical factories, and dyeing and tanning plants=, sprang up along the river and began dumping their toxic waste into it. By the early 1990’s there were clear signs of distress. The water in many areas was unfit to drink, Cancer rates were twice the national average, and, according to one report, for years none of the boys from certain villages in the Huai River area were healthy enough to pass the physical examination required to enter the armed forces.”

“When local authorities were ordered by Beijing to resolve the problem, they released the polluted water that has been building up in the reservoirs and tanks, and in so doing, unleashed a tide of black liquid that killed almost everything it touched as it flowed downstream. Millions of fish died and thousands of people were treated for dysentery, diarrhea and vomiting.”

“Several hundred factories were indeed closed, but they opened up again almost as quickly. By 1998 and 1999, it was clear that the campaign was going to fail; reports of people dying from being exposed to the noxious gases and chemicals in roadside ditches were regularly reported in the newspapers, and in 1999 the Huai ran dry for the first time in twenty years, ruining crops and killing millions of fish.” “It emerged that the waters of the Huai, far from being clean were so toxic that, by the governments own classification standards, they could not even be used for irrigation.”

“Streams and rivers are drying up all over the northern half of the country, and water tables are falling precipitously as wells, many of them illegally dug, are sunk ever deeper into the dwindling reserves of groundwater. Altogether some 400 out of 668 large Chinese cities are short of water, and the incidence of rationing is growing.” ‘The factories that multinational companies have set up have turned China into the workshop of the world but have also made it the rubbish tip of the world.”

Slave labor is also very prevalent in other countries in addition to just China. Sweatshops, with no ventilation, no heating during the winter [the jews who run these are too cheap], are actual prisons. Doors are bolted shut and locked down. Permission must be granted to use the restroom, there are no safety measures taken, hazards are everywhere and only recently, another fire killed hundreds in one of these factories in Bangladesh, as they were unable to escape. A moderate amount of research will reveal that all of these sweatshops and so-called “factories” are under the control of Jewish owned and operated corporations. The jews dictate the conditions. The manufactured goods are then exported to the USA, Canada and Europe and marked up, often to 1,000% or more of the original cost of the slave labor and materials.

From the book, “Take this Job and Ship It by Senator Byron L. Dorgan © 2006:

“In 2002, the Los Angeles Times reported: in one sever dust storm in the spring of 1998, particle pollution levels in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia soared. In Seattle, air quality officials could not identify a local source of the pollution, but measurements showed that 75 percent of it came from China, researchers at the University of Washington found.”

“In April of 2005, police and villagers clashed in Zhejiang Province as citizens occupied an industrial complex blamed for crops ruined by polluted water supplies. In the village of Huaxi, toxins from manufactures were blamed for a withered cabbage crop. ‘It is rotten from the inside. It doesn’t grow,’ Li Xian, a local farmer said.”

“Our fields won’t produce grain anymore,” said a woman who lives near the Jingxin Pharmaceutical Plant. “We don’t dare to eat food grown from anywhere near here.” “Her husband added, ‘They are making poisonous chemicals for foreigners that the foreigners don’t dare produce in their own countries.’ “

“The Taiwan News reports, ‘Across China, entire rivers run foul or have dried up altogether. Nearly a third of the cities don’t treat their sewage, flushing it into waterways. In rural China, sooty air depresses crop yields.’ An old farmer, who rioted to protest pollution from chemical plants in one coastal village, told the Taiwan News, ‘We just had to do it. We can’t grow our vegetables here anymore. Young women are giving birth to stillborn babies.”

“In Indonesia in 2004, police suspended operations at the American owned Newmont Minahasa Raya gold mine for dumping deadly heavy metal mine waste laden with Mercury and arsenic into Buyat Bay – two thousand tons daily. Locals reported health issues including nervous system disorders, lumps forming under the skin, and other skin ailments. The fish have fared far worse. The sea was filled with bloated corpses of fish near the pipe that discharged cyanide, among other waste, into the ocean. According to the National Newspaper, the fish had hemorrhaging in the liver, diaphragms broken, and eyeballs bulging form the socket.”

“Children are easy to control; Children don’t form labor unions.” The International Labor Union reported in 2005 that at least 12.3 million people work as slaves or in other forms of forced labor. Other estimates more than double that number. UNICEF reported in 2005 that one in twelve children in the world is forced into child labor.”

“Kevin Bales, antislavery activist and author of the book “Disposable People” says that in 1850, a slave would have cost the equivalent of $40,000 in today’s dollars. Today, a slave working in the coffee or cocoa plantations on the Ivory Coast – some as young as nine – will set you back as little as $30.00, Bales says.” “Work them until they drop.” “They are considered disposable.”

“A total of 27 child slaves between the ages of 5 and 12, released with the help of the Bonded Liberation Front, told the following story. The boys, on the promise of being taken to a film, went with the village barber, Shiv Kumar Thakur. They did not tell their parents, as the trip was going to be a secret. It is believed that the barber received 7,000 rupees – he was saving for a motorbike. The new child slaves were introduced to the intricacies of the trade by being locked up and beaten for the first few days. Requests for food were met with blows from iron rods and yardsticks and woundings by the sheers [sic] used in carpet making. Mistakes in weaving or slow work received the same treatment.

The boys’ day began at 4 am., when Panna Lal poured cold water over them to wake them. They worked until their lunch break of a half an hour at 2 pm. According to Suraj, who was seven years old when he was rescued, they often worked until midnight and only then received their second inadequate meal of the day. They were all locked in at night. When these young boys cried, they were beaten with a stone wrapped in a cloth. The boys were never paid any wages. Suraj also said that they were branded with hot irons. He had bruises on his temple caused by a blow from a bamboo staff – punishment for a weaving mistake. Many of the children fell ill and were denied medical treatment. Despair caused seven of the boys to try to run away. They were caught, slung upside-down from trees and branded. If they cut their fingers [which happens often on the sharp cutting tools], the loom masters are known to shave match heads into the cut and set the sulphur on fire so that the blood will not stain the carpet.”

“Worked to Death in a Toy Factory”

“On the night she died, Li Chunmei must have been exhausted. Coworkers said she had been on her feet for nearly 16 hours, running back and forth inside Bainan Toy Factory, carrying toy parts from machine to machine. When the quitting bell finally rung shortly after midnight, her young face was covered with sweat. This was the busy season before Christmas, when orders peaked from Japan and the U.S. for the factory’s stuffed animals. Long hours were mandatory, and at least two months had passed since Li and the other workers had enjoyed a Sunday off. Lying n her bed that night, staring at the bunk above her, the slight 19 year old complained she felt worn out, her roommates recalled. She was massaging her legs, and coughing, and told them she was hungry. The factory food was so bad, she said, she felt as if she had not eaten at all. Finally, the lights went out. Her roommates had already fallen asleep when Li started coughing up blood. They found her in the bathroom a few hours later, curled up on the floor, moaning softly, bleeding from her nose and mouth. She died. The minimum wage for workers like Li is 30 cents an hour. Workers like Li are forced to work up to sixteen hours a day in polluted plants without air-conditioning and in temperatures reaching near ninety degrees. Workers are housed in cramped company dormitories, twelve to a room. And so, a young woman named Li dies. Worked to death. But who cares? The profits on those stuffed toys were great. I’m sure the stockholders were pleased.”

“The 1998 NLC report discovered that warehouse workers making the handbags marketed by Wal-Mart earned as little as ten cents an hour. The workweek in the Qin Shi Factory, where Kathie Lee handbags were manufactured, was as long as ninety-eight hours. The report continued, ‘At the end of the day, the workers return ‘home’ to a cramped dorm room sharing metal bunk beds with 16 other people. At most, workers are allowed outside the factory for just one and a half hours a day. Otherwise, they are locked in. The workers are charged $67.47 for dorm and living expenses, which is an enormous amount given that the highest take-home wage our researchers found in the factory

Was just 10 cents an hour. There were others who earned just 36 cents for more than a month’s work, earning just 8/100th of a cent an hour. Many workers earned nothing and owed money to the company.”

“According to the same 1998 research, workers in K-Mart factories made twenty-eight cents an hour. Garment makers for JC Penney were paid eighteen cents. Women making Ralph Lauren blouses, which sold for $88.00 in the United States, pocketed twenty-three cents an hour. Young women making just fourteen cents an hour sewed two-hundred dollar Ann Taylor jackets and skirts.

“One of the eye-witnesses was Lydda Eli Gonzales, a young woman from Honduras who testified that she had worked under appalling conditions. Lydda was seventeen when she was hired and she worked in the factory for a year before being fired for union activity. Lydda said workers in the company were forced to work overtime to meet unreasonable quotas. ‘It is forbidden to talk, and you have to get permission to use the bathroom. We have to get a pass from the supervisor and give it to the guard in front of the bathroom, who searches us before we go in, ‘ she said. They were limited to one bathroom break in the morning and another in the afternoon. A production line of twenty workers had a quota of 2,288 shirts a day, but it is impossible, she added. You can’t move or stretch, or even look to the side. You have to focus and work as fast as you can to complete the production goal, always under pressure.

“The International Labor Organization, the labor arm of the United Nations, estimates there are more than 250 million child laborers in a hundred countries between the ages of five and fourteen. That number is nearly equal to the population of the United States.” Transported thousands of miles away to a dimly lit, dangerous factory floor where they will work from dawn to dusk for pennies, often breathing dangerous fumes. It’s happening to children every day.

“Corporations more powerful than countries. While a country like America is governed by a Constitution and Bill of Rights, many corporations have but one rule: Profit above all else. Combined sales of the top two hundred corporations are larger than all the combined economies of all countries, with the exception of the largest nine. Exxon Mobile reported $10 billion in profits in the second quarter of 2005 alone! When it finished the year, it reported profits of $36.1 billion, the highest profits ever for a US corporation. With $258 billion in sales [$10 billion in reported profits] in 2005, Wal-Mart is economically more powerful than 161 countries. That is an enormous amount of power and it is wielded every day by shipping jobs overseas.”

– High Priestess Maxine Dietrich
Joy of Satan