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China takes steps to drive out foreigners with an illicit past   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2018-1-16 12:05:41 |Display all floors
This post was edited by sfphoto at 2018-1-16 14:23
cmknight Post time: 2018-1-13 09:49
So ... after you've taken care of the "Caucasian child rapists", what do you plan to do with all o ...

AsianintheWest is laying the race-baiting trap long favored by the PC police.


In Asia as in Europe, the global sex industry is largely driven by gangster-Capitalism associated with organized crime.


In Europe, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the commercial sex industry flourished at the onset of gangster-Capitalism in the former Eastern bloc countries. So profitable is the sex industry that Europe now has the largest number of international human trafficking cases of Eastern Europeans being brought to Western Europe to serve the flesh markets in the West as well as the highest number of sex tourists from Western Europe flying into Eastern Europe to get served in the flesh markets in the East. Ukraine now rivals Thailand as the sex capital of Europe.


In China, the commercial sex industry flourished at the onset of Deng’s market reforms which started in Shenzhen and Zhuhai, two of the four SEZs designated as experimental zones for market Capitalism. Capitalist investors from HK and Taiwan then exported their commercial sex industry (massage parlors, “hair salons”, KTV nightclubs, mistresses) to Shenzhen and Zhuhai in the 80s and 90s until they moved to Dongguan and Guangzhou in the 2000s.


In Eastern Europe, mass prostitution ceased to exist under the Soviet Communists but returned as a highly commercialized sex industry at the onset of gangster-Capitalism after the Fall of the Soviet Union. In China, mass prostitution likewise ceased to exist  during the Maoist Era but returned as a highly localized commercial sex industry centered in Shenzhen and Zhuhai in the 80s and 90s, which later moved to Dongguan and Guangzhou in the 2000s.


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