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Post time 2009-2-20 16:21:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by lawoman at 2009-2-20 07:18
Americans introduced prostitution!!
Amazing! I've read several posts claim that America, at barely 200 years old, introduced the
"oldest profession", prostitution, to SE Asia.


Well, Americans were the offsprings of prostitutes and criminals from England, the WHOREHOUSE OF EUROPE!

It was said that 9 out of 10 women in London were prostitutes!!!! (READ IT FOR YOURSELF.)

They first sent them to America and Australia to infest the land!

It is well-known what they Anglos did in the Phillipines, Korea, Japan, Cuba, Thailand, Vietnam, Iraq, etc. etc. etc.


BTW This could make for an interesting thread as we can examine the Anglos' role in spreading prostitution to most lands.
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Post time 2009-2-21 15:48:14 |Display all floors
Originally posted by lawoman at 2009-2-20 07:18
Americans introduced prostitution!!
Amazing! I've read several posts claim that America, at barely 200 years old, introduced the
"oldest profession", prostitution, to SE Asia.
Pretty f ...


I am one of these forumists, and I already modified my assertion.
But still, even if the US troop didn't introduce prostitution in Southeast Asia, they surely helped to its development.
About Thailand:
While the Japanese had fostered prostitution on a limited scale to serve their own needs, "the boom in Southeast Asia started with the U.S. presence in Vietnam. There were 20,000 prostitutes in Thailand in 1957; by 1964, after the United States established seven bases in the country, that number had skyrocketed to 400,000. It was this boom, and the resulting slack after the war that was taken up by tourism, that introduced prostitution as a large-scale business to the region.
I let you find by yourself data regarding the boom of prostitution in the Philippines.
BUT... when we see China of Japan and the rate of prostitutes there, we can also think that the western presence is not always needed.
So what would be the situation in Southeast Asia if no US troops did settle down there? Maybe exactly the same than now...

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Post time 2009-2-22 02:04:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by lawoman at 2009-2-20 07:18
Americans introduced prostitution!!


Can we change the title to:

Anglos introduced prostitution!!

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Post time 2009-2-22 02:16:27 |Display all floors
The Philippines is one of the favored destinations of paedophile sex tourists from Europe and the United States. ("Global law to punish sex tourists sought by Britain and EU," The Indian Express, 21 November 1997

A Philippine Adventure Tour costs $1,645, including round trip airfare, hotel accommodations and guided tours to the bars where men purchase sex from prostitutes for as little as US $24. Tour owner and operator Allan Gaynor promises that customers "never sleep alone on this tour" and recommends that the customer have sex with a different girl every day "two if you can handle it." (Demonstrators at Los Angeles International Airport Target Sex Tour to the Philippines," 18 April 1998)

Men from Australia and Great Britain are primary suspects as perpetrators of child prostitution in the Philippines. Two of the three-pedophilia cases recently decided by Philippine courts involved British nationals, although there are reportedly more Australian suspects. (Philippines News Agency, 2 September 1997)

Prostitutuion tourists and the existence of sex tours catering to Caucasian tourists help to keep child prostitution alive in the Philippines. (End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism (ECPAT), "Scourge of Child Prostitution," Sol. F. Juvida, InterPress Service, 12 October 1997)

Whether or not by choice, men on sex tours inevitably buy underage girls. (New South Wales legislator Meredith Burgmann, "Aussie sex tours still flourishing," Associated Press, 1 October 1997)

13,000 Australians, second in number to Americans, a year visit Angeles City, a center of prostitution surrounding the former Clark U.S. Air Force base in the Philippines. (Cecilia Hofmann, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific, "Aussie sex tours still flourishing," Associated Press, 1 October 1997)
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Prostituted children remain prisoners of their damaged psyche despite rehabilitation efforts. The longer a child stays in the sex industry, the harder it is to overcome the trauma. (Child rights activists, Dr. Norietta Calma of the Philippine General Hospital’s Child Protection Unit, Sol. F. Juvida, "Philippines - Children: Scourge of Child Prostitution," IPS, 12 October 1997)

There is "no evidence" that children in prostitution can ever rehabilitate. "Few children rescued from brothels have been able to begin living anything like a healthy life again. The wisdom of trying to end the prostitution of children rather than attempting to assist the victims has been confirmed." (EPCAT coordinator Ron O’Grady, Sol. F. Juvida, "Philippines - Children: Scourge of Child Prostitution," IPS, 12 October 1997)

Gonorrhea is the most common STD among children in prostitution. "They drink water with a bit a TIDE detergent in the belief this would prevent gonorrhea." (Louie Orpea a street educator, Sol. F. Juvida, "Philippines - Children: Scourge of Child Prostitution," IPS, 12 October 1997) [catwlog9710c]
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Post time 2009-2-22 02:21:34 |Display all floors
British police experts gave a training course in Manila for Filipino police officers on how to deal with child and female victims of abuse. Twenty-one participants spent four weeks learning the latest methods of investigating cases of child abuse and domestic violence, dealing with child victims, and searching and forensic techniques. (British Embassy, AFP, 9 November 1997)

In a month-long campaign against prostitution in July 1998, more than 70 suspected prostitutes, 70 "guest relations officers" working without permits in various clubs, 4 nude performers and 9 maintainers of "prostitution dens" were arrested. Most prostitutes were illiterate, from rural areas when "white slavery syndicates" lured them under false pretenses of decent jobs in Manila, and then forced them into prostitution. (Pasay City police, Supt. Arturo Cacdac chief of police, Joel San Juan, "Poverty still behind world’s oldest profession", TODAY, 26 July 1998)

Although according to law, prostitutes can receive 30 days imprisonment, and procurers a minimum of six months to six years imprisonment, most are only fined. (Joel San Juan, "Poverty still behind world’s oldest profession", TODAY, 26 July 1998)

Many victims of foreign paedophiles say they regret reporting the offense, because they often see the paedophile post bail or flee the country. (Sol. F. Juvida, "Philippines - Children: Scourge of Child Prostitution," IPS, 12 October 1997)

A 6-member task force was formed to conduct an investigation into sex trafficking and prostitution especially for pedophiles in La Union. (Philippines News Association, 16 January 1998)

Britain and the Philippines are cooperating to stop child sex tourism, through a pact signed by the two countries in August 1997 that provides for co-operation between police forces. British police have provided training for Filipino officers in Manila in identifying and countering child prostitution and pornography and have run similar courses in Thailand and Sri Lanka. (Jill Serjeant, "Asia to launch joint crackdown on child sex trade," Reuters, 1 April 1998)
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