Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Remember the 100,000 World Cup East European sex slaves story?

Well, it was a load of...balls.

Remember the beatroot wrote back in May last year, just before the FIFA World Cup in Germany, that the Catholic News Service reported:

'Polish nuns, anticipating an increase in human trafficking and prostitution during the World Cup in Germany, have issued anti-prostitution leaflets in multiple languages for circulation during the competition.

"Our resources are extremely limited, but we're doing what we can," said Ursuline Sister Jolanta Olech, president of Poland's Conference of Superiors of Female Religious Orders. "We're deeply concerned at reports that men's lives are to be made nicer by importing 100,000 young women from Europe's poorest countries."

The story of the ‘100,000 sex slaves’ originated in the European Parliament (as 40,000) when the matter was raised by German Green MEP Hiltrud Breyer. The Polish nuns then added another 60,000 to the scare for good measure.

So German Greens formed an allaince with Polish nuns (and weirdly, George Bush got involved, too) against the more baser instincts of us thuggish football fan types, who like a nice eastern European sex slave after a good game of footie.

I also noted that the figure of 100,000 appeared to have been plucked out of thin air, much like a goalkeeper plucks a ball from the head of an attacking forward.

Well, Bruno Waterfield of the UK Daily Telegraph has seen a copy of the reports by the Council of the European Union - documents 5006/1/07 and 5008/7 – on the matter, which reveal the real number of the East European sex slaves imported into Germany during the World Cup. One hundred thousand? Well, Waterfield quotes from the report:

‘Of the 33 investigation cases reported to the Federal Criminal Police Office on the grounds of human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and/or the promotion of human trafficking, and which took place at the time of the 2006 World Cup, only five cases were assumed to have a direct link to the 2006 World Cup’, concludes the report.

‘The increase in forced prostitution and human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation during the 2006 World Cup in Germany which was feared by some did not materialise’,

So not 100,000, or 40,000, but...five.

The next time you see an unholy alliance of a German Green with a Polish nun, keep your cynical hat on, won’t you. Football fans are not a bunch of sex starved Neanderthal things.

Read the rest of Bruno Waterfield’s article here.

25 comments:

Gabriel said...

As reported 30.05.06

'"Following the international campaigns, there have been different figures circulating in media, the most common suggesting that about 40 000 young women would be brought to Germany for use in forced prostitution during the World Cup. But Stana Buchowska of the Polish La Strada Foundation against trafficking in women, warns against the use of such estimates, and points to the complexity of the situation.

'I do not want to underestimate the problem, but sometimes these events like World Championships are misused or overused also by some organisations. I mean, the good thing is that the problem is on the agenda and that it is visible, but making these estimations that are totally out of the blue, I don't know how they got those 70 000 or even, I have heard in Germany, 400 000 women trafficked. It means that if you present it to the public opinion, they say: "Aw, it is made up, and I cannot take it seriously".' "

beatroot said...

Hi gabriel

The key bit there is sometimes these events like World Championships are misused or overused also by some organisations.

Greens, feminists, and nuns all have a debased view of humanity - especially male humanity, sadly. We are being swamped at the moment by people haters. That's the culture. So whenever something like the World Cup happens, which brings togather lots of humanity together - then this is a recipe for disaster, for these types of people. Something disgusting must be about to happen!

So its no wonder figures like 100,000, 70,000, 40,000 sex slaves start to fly around: it's simply what they expect.

These are sados in a misanthropic
culture. Barf!

geez said...

Or maybe there were just a lot of "free-will" German protitutes on hand.

Nuns have a debased view of humanity? Based on what one nun said?

beatroot said...

I meant 'sin', Geez. The original one, maybe. greens have a similar idea of humanity too. So do modern day victim feminists...

Martin said...

Beatroot,

OK, so the sisters went a wee bit overboard with the numbers?

How many nuns do you know with degrees in economics and/or statistics?

It's a tad harsh to criticise them for doing what they did when their hearts were in the right place.

What is more disturbing is their use of the maxim 'my enemy's enemy' by allying themselves with Greens, indicating that they were politically naive and/or poorly advised. Greens hate people, ergo Greens hate babies. Ever met a pro-life Green?

I haven't.

beatroot said...

Martin. I don’t to get into a pro-life/pro-choice argument here (there will be plenty of oppotunity to do that later, sometime) but it is true that if you look at the Green think tank literature on population control it’s really quite scary. If you look at an organization called Optimum Population Trust, backed by (cuddly) David Attenborough and Jonny Porritt (why of course) et al then you will see what I mean:

“http://www.optimumpopulation.org/opt.media.html

Harry said...

Martin: Greens are always pro-life: in favour of the life of every living thing on the planet.

Now if you want to talk about abortion, the Green party do not support abortion. In fact they propose a range of actions which would greatly reduce the number of abortions. Here is what their official policy is:
“ H320 The fact that the number of abortions carried out in England and Wales continues to rise should be of concern to all. Given the health risks associated with any medical and surgical procedure and many people's moral discomfort with induced terminations, it is entirely understandable that many wish to see this number significantly reduced.”

Of course you wouldn’t know that because you’re a narrow-minded racist bigot who never lets the facts or reality get in the way when you show what a fucktard you are. Or did you not write these gems?
“those republicans in Northern Ireland who praise the memory of Bobby Sands while cashing the English giro.”
“I'll Give You Odds Of 2-1 They're Romanians This is a favourite stupid motherf-Romanian wheeze.”
“As a native born British citizen and taxpayer I refuse, I refuse, I refuse to be arrested by a foreigner.”
“Number two, a Portuguese who for some reason must remain anonymous, murdered his daughter and attempted to murder his son. Without wishing to seem lacking in compassion, it's a pity he didn't finish the job he started.”

After reading the shit quoted above I do love how you whine about being banned from somebody’s blog and bleat “I appear to have been barred from posting comments on the blog of the Muslim bigot”. Might I suggest that you stop posting here and instead go back to the Combat18, WhitePride and Aryan Resistance blogs where you belong?


Sorry Beatroot but bigots like Martin really piss me off. The only thing to do with a bigot is to stand up to him and point out to everybody that he is a bigot.

geez said...

No sin? Then anything goes, with humanity being debased. Worthless. Meaningless.

No sin? Then who cares about Wielgus? Who cares about secret prisons? All's ephemeral. Sha-la-la, let's live for today (The Grass Roots). Good song with a good beat and easy to dance to, but a shitty message.

geez said...

And ya know, I kinda like the idea of nuns, greens, and feminists dancing together!

beatroot said...

Not sure what the bit about ‘bigits and stuff comes from, Harry. Another post?

As for the Greens being ‘pro-‘life’ as in they love every single living thing – well, that’s my point. Some of them even go on about ‘speciesism’ meaning that human life is considered more important than other forms of life. And I would of course that it is. Those who complain about speciesism must hate themselves pretty much.

Harry said...

^ Why? Why do peole who think that other things are as important as themselves hate themselves?

Martin said...

Harry,

Away and fuck yourself son.

You wouldn't have the balls to say that to my face.

And BTW I'll bet I've written more words against both racial nationalism and its more advanced counterpart race realism than you ever have.

Martin said...

Harry,

Peter Brimelow-

"A racist is anyone losing an argument against a liberal"

I write, or more specifically used to write, about the civic nation - you know, countries, those things separated by the lines on the maps.

In the nearly 3 million words of mine which are available on the Internet, and which I published under my own fucking name, you fucking idiot, you will not find one word I have ever written where I have ever suggested that a bad man who happens to be a black man is bad because he is black.

You think you're so fucking happening, and that I'm a racist? Do you fucking really?

Here's news for you, bumwipe. Do you know what 'Stormfront' is?

You know, the world's number one white nationalist website?

Do you have your own hate page there?

I do - here it is

http://www.stormfront.org/archive/t-167488irritating_to_find_out_that_one_of_my_articles_had_been_linked_to_%91Stormfront%92..html

Here's the article which drew it out -

http://martinkellytwdarchives.blogspot.com/2006/03/some-thoughts-on-bigotry.html

Just be very careful about whom you shout the word 'racist'.

Fuckin' wank.

beatroot said...

Harry – do you not think there is something exceptional about humans?

Even monkeys are pretty much the same as they were a million years ago. Humans are not. We are not objects, like them, we are subjects. We take control of our lives, they cannot.

Humans have rights – meaning they are conscious of being excluded from certain basic things in life. Animals and trees are not.

It’s exactly your confusion about what makes a human different from an animal or a buttercup that shows that humans (in the west) have a pretty debased view of themselves.

Harry said...

Dear Martin,

aren't you the person who claims that racism doesn't exist?

Anyway, I'll let your comments quoted above show that not only does racism exist but that you are one.

By the way: you might want to learn the meaning of the word innocent before you waste tax-payer money making people at the BBC write back to you. How many newspapers and TV stations have written back to you and called you a moron for your comments about de Menezes? And you claim to be a qualified solicitor too!

One more thing: my name is Harry and I'm very easy to find in Warsaw so feel free to find out if I would say everything I've said here to your face.

beatroot said...

harry, calm down. This has nothing to do with the current post...

Harry said...

Beatroot: I'm perfectly calm, if I can cope with the worst that Warsaw has to throw at me without getting stressed then I can certainly cope with one petty bigot who thinks that because his parents hasd sex in the UK, and so he was spawned there, he is better than every person whose parents did not have sex in the UK. This has everything to do with the current post, Martin claims that Greens hate people but at the same time he refuses to accept that Charles de Menezes was an innocent man (despite Martin supposedly being a solicitor) and showing how he hates all foreigners and considers them to be inferior to himself.

Martin said...

Harry,

No, this is the person who refuses to use words such as 'racism' and 'homophobia' because they are rooted in cultural Marxism, but who readily acknowledges the existence of racial anti-homosexual bigotry.

"How many newspapers and TV stations have written back to you and called you a moron for your comments about de Menezes?"

None.

"And you claim to be a qualified solicitor too!"

Got a problem with lawyers? For the avoidance of doubt, I was on the Law Society of Scotland's roll from 1992-1999. I have qualified as a solicitor, but my current absence from the roll means that I am not a solicitor at the momment; a massively important distinction which I always take care to point out when referring to my professional history.

"my name is Harry and I'm very easy to find in Warsaw",

Well that's no bloody use to me because I'm in Glasgow.

"I can certainly cope with one petty bigot who thinks that because his parents hasd sex in the UK, and so he was spawned there, he is better than every person whose parents did not have sex in the UK."

Did you really have to conjure up a mental image of my parents having sex?

Did you?

YUK!

"Martin claims that Greens hate people but at the same time he refuses to accept that Charles de Menezes was an innocent man (despite Martin supposedly being a solicitor) and showing how he hates all foreigners and considers them to be inferior to himself."

My blog is now officially retired - however, mt erstwhile blogging partner Dennis Mangan is, ahem, American.

The woman to whom I am engaged and will be marrying later this year is...where is she from again? Sure now, she's from the Republic of Ireland.

Yes Harry, there's old Martin the screaming xenophobe for you.

Re the late, sainted Jean Charles de Menezes - it has always been my case that his death should be investigated to the hilt, but that his own criminality, evidenced by his overstaying of his visa and the false stamp on his passport, should proclude the payment of compensation to his survivors.

geez said...

Martin: Is your wifey-to-be Green or Orange pray tell?

And "cultural Marxism"? Is that the refined way of saying "political correctness"?

Do you really believe that terms like "homophobia" and "racism" could not exist apart from, ahem, "cultural Marxism"?

Oh yea, and I've been wondering about your take on Boruc blessing himself on the pitch for Celtic?

And can somebody explain to me why so many Irish, not Scottish, Americans root for and buy up Celtic paraphenalia?

Martin said...

Geez,

Jeez, you're cheeky, aren't you?

'your wifey-to-be' - don't be so disrespectful to my fiancee.

If it's any of your bussiness, she's a Catholic from County Cork, political affiliation anyone other than Sinn Fein/IRA, whom she loathes.

So her chances of being Orange are slim.

"And "cultural Marxism"? Is that the refined way of saying "political correctness"?

Do you really believe that terms like "homophobia" and "racism" could not exist apart from, ahem, "cultural Marxism"?

Yes and yes.

"I've been wondering about your take on Boruc blessing himself on the pitch for Celtic?"

He's an idiot.

I've attended Celtic Park as a supporter once in my life (Celtic v Ajax, season 2001-2002 Champions League qualifier; Celtic lost); I was disgusted by the paraphernalia being sold outside, the scarves depicting Martin O'Neill as the 'Messiah' and hailing Henrik Larsson as 'The King of Kings'.

Firstly, Boruc displayed little understanding of his gesture's spiritual significance; that's what was really offensive.

Secondly, any non-Glaswegian who joins either Old Firm club should be keenly aware that any gesture which might be deemed sectarian will be regarded as being inflammatory, whether or not that was its maker's intention. Paul Gascoigne's playing of an imaginary flute is another prime example.

Boruc did not merely bless himself; if memory serves, he did so in front of the Rangers enclosure, a particularly stupid thing to do.

My take on the matter is here -

http://martinkelly.blogspot.com/2006/08/blessed-are-goalkeepers.html

"can somebody explain to me why so many Irish, not Scottish, Americans root for and buy up Celtic paraphenalia?"

No, but neither Old Firm club would have the guts to ban their tour busses and season ticket holders from both Northern and Southern Ireland, jurisdictions which both have perfectly good leagues whose development is hampered by residents travelling to Scotland to support two Scottish league teams.

cheeky dziki cheesy geez said...

Martin:

Cheeky? Sometimes.

Disrespectful? Prolly sometimes but where'd you get the idea I was being disrespectful towards your fiancee? Hubby and wifey are commonly used in American English, anyway, and do not carry connotations of disrespect. And I asked because your positions on various issues confuse me.

Seems to me that maybe you are extending the spiritual significance of Boruc's action, making it political. Maybe he blessed himself to tick off the Rangers' faithful. I don't know what was in his heart. But I think I have some idea what was in the hearts of folks who went nuts over what is typically a very private gesture taken by many athletes in many sports in many countries.

Dumb question prolly here: Why do Northern and Southern Irish support the Scottish teams as you note? Because Irish soccer isn't up to par?? Why not?

Harry said...

Martin:

Somebody's criminality can be evidenced by many things. However one of the most fundamental principles of British law is the Presumption of innocence. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. You can argue that Charles de Menezes overstayed his visa but your crusade to stop the media from referring to him as “innocent” merely shows that your knowledge of the law is pathetically inadequate. I am astounded that you even passed the entry exams to law school as you clearly can not grasp even the most basic tenets of law. Mr de Menezes was convicted of nothing, therefore he is an innocent man. Does your inability to comprehend that very very simple fact have anything to do with your absence from the Law Society’s rolls?

I’m very pleased to note your disgust at the mental image of your parents having sex. The fact that they had sex in Scotland and so you were born in Scotland is the only reason that you are British. That you take pride in the place where your parents copulated and refuse to accept people whose parents had sex in other places says much about you.

Martin said...

"Does your inability to comprehend that very very simple fact have anything to do with your absence from the Law Society’s rolls?"

No.

Being disabled does.

Wanker.

Harry said...

^ Good to see that you can't argue on points of law and so resort to insults instead.

I'm sorry that your disability has stopped you from following the career you wanted but the fact that you can not even tell the difference between innocent and guilty is a very sad, and very worrying, comment on how easy it is to become qualified as a solicitor these days in the UK.

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