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  • Slavery should be stopped

    Slavery should be stopped because the slaves are really innocent people who don't deserve to be treated like an animal the slave owners need to remember that they really are human beings and not animals. If the slave owners were the slaves would like it. No because it's just harsh and no one deserves to be a slave to get beated up like an animal . That's I feel sorry for them people who are/ were slaves and got no freedom at all and they got beat up just like animals. SO SLAVERY SHOULD BE STOPPED

  • Slavery should be stopped

    Slavery should be stopped because the slaves are really innocent people who don't deserve to be treated like an animal the slave owners need to remember that they really are human beings and not animals. If the slave owners were the slaves would like it. No because it's just harsh and no one deserves to be a slave to get beated up like an animal . That's I feel sorry for them people who are/ were slaves and got no freedom at all and they got beat up just like animals. SO SLAVERY SHOULD BE STOPPED

  • Slavery should be stopped

    Slavery should be stopped because the slaves are really innocent people who don't deserve to be treated like an animal the slave owners need to remember that they really are human beings and not animals. If the slave owners were the slaves would like it. No because it's just harsh and no one deserves to be a slave to get beated up like an animal . That's I feel sorry for them people who are/ were slaves and got no freedom at all and they got beat up just like animals. SO SLAVERY SHOULD BE STOPPED

  • Millions of years of slavery taints our history

    There is slavery in almost everything that you see. Take chocolate for example, while you sit there savouring its flavour, do you ever wonder the measures that people took to get you this small bar of delight? Slavery got you this chocolate. Children in countries like Western Africa are told “Hey, you, do you want to earn lots in no time at all? Come and work here!”. Most of these children don't know what is happening until it is too late and they are working in cocoa farms for nothing. Here, they are held, commonly against their will and they work almost all day, every day. Pay is often held off for years, the owners of the farm saying “you haven’t done enough work.” If they try and leave, then they are beaten. Usually after 3 or 4 years, they are allowed to leave and are paid, usually only enough for a ride home. Slaves are underprivileged and not treated well, often put to work in some of the worst places in the planet.

    Some of these children are persuaded into going to these places. They are told that there is lots of money on the other line, and that they will love the work. Others are people living out on the street, who are kidnapped and beaten into submission. The types of places that they put them to work are horrifying. For example there are the Cannabis farms in Scotland. Kids here are shut up in rooms with no natural sunlight 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Their job is to tend to the cannabis plants and if they don't do it right they get beaten, badly. But the worst thing is that when the police find the cannabis farm, the children – CHILDREN, are sentenced to prison because they were FORCED to work there. There are also the Camel Jockeys from Persia. Imagine a kid the age two being abducted and deliberately malnourished, so that they are small enough to ride camels. And, if they don't perform to their masters standards they are tortured and left for dead. But one of the most disgusting forms of slavery is organ harvesting. Just as the name suggests, people get other people, usually kids, to sell their organs on the black market and give them the money.

    Why is it important that we try and stop slavery. During this speech, you may of noticed that our lives, our country - New Zealand, has not been mentioned. Because of this you may think that we don't have slavery, and that we are all good. Don’t get your hopes up. New Zealand is a prime destination for human trafficking.

  • Millions of years of slavery taints our history

    There is slavery in almost everything that you see. Take chocolate for example, while you sit there savouring its flavour, do you ever wonder the measures that people took to get you this small bar of delight? Slavery got you this chocolate. Children in countries like Western Africa are told “Hey, you, do you want to earn lots in no time at all? Come and work here!”. Most of these children don't know what is happening until it is too late and they are working in cocoa farms for nothing. Here, they are held, commonly against their will and they work almost all day, every day. Pay is often held off for years, the owners of the farm saying “you haven’t done enough work.” If they try and leave, then they are beaten. Usually after 3 or 4 years, they are allowed to leave and are paid, usually only enough for a ride home. Slaves are underprivileged and not treated well, often put to work in some of the worst places in the planet.

    Some of these children are persuaded into going to these places. They are told that there is lots of money on the other line, and that they will love the work. Others are people living out on the street, who are kidnapped and beaten into submission. The types of places that they put them to work are horrifying. For example there are the Cannabis farms in Scotland. Kids here are shut up in rooms with no natural sunlight 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Their job is to tend to the cannabis plants and if they don't do it right they get beaten, badly. But the worst thing is that when the police find the cannabis farm, the children – CHILDREN, are sentenced to prison because they were FORCED to work there. There are also the Camel Jockeys from Persia. Imagine a kid the age two being abducted and deliberately malnourished, so that they are small enough to ride camels. And, if they don't perform to their masters standards they are tortured and left for dead. But one of the most disgusting forms of slavery is organ harvesting. Just as the name suggests, people get other people, usually kids, to sell their organs on the black market and give them the money.

    Why is it important that we try and stop slavery. During this speech, you may of noticed that our lives, our country - New Zealand, has not been mentioned. Because of this you may think that we don't have slavery, and that we are all good. Don’t get your hopes up. New Zealand is a prime destination for human trafficking.

  • Slavery should be stopped

    Slavery should be stopped because the slaves are really innocent people who don't deserve to be treated like an animal the slave owners need to remember that they really are human beings and not animals. If the slave owners were the slaves would like it. No because it's just harsh and no one deserves to be a slave to get beated up like an animal . That's I feel sorry for them people who are/ were slaves and got no freedom at all and they got beat up just like animals. SO SLAVERY SHOULD BE STOPPED

  • Slavery should be stopped

    Slavery should be stopped because the slaves are really innocent people who don't deserve to be treated like an animal the slave owners need to remember that they really are human beings and not animals. If the slave owners were the slaves would like it. No because it's just harsh and no one deserves to be a slave to get beated up like an animal . That's I feel sorry for them people who are/ were slaves and got no freedom at all and they got beat up just like animals. SO SLAVERY SHOULD BE STOPPED


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