21st Century Slaves



Some 215 million children are laboring for survival.
"The grim reality for many children is they do not have the opportunity to play, to learn," he said. "They are trapped in child labor. We want to focus attention on this issue."
Of the 215 million child laborers, the ILO estimates more than half, or 115 million, are trapped in the worst forms of child labor. This includes all forms of slavery, such as debt bondage, using children in armed conflict, or in the sex industry.
Many children also are forced into hazardous work, including domestic service, agriculture, and mining.
The ILO says the largest number of children work in South Asia, because of the sheer size of the population. But, in terms of percentage, sub-Saharan Africa has the largest number of child laborers.

January  4  2015

300,000 more people live in poverty than previously thought,study finds


The poorest families have suffered the most from rising energy and food prices over the past decade



Guardian UK  The number of people living in dire poverty in Britain is 300,000 more than previously thought due to poorer households facing a higher cost of living than the well off, according to a study released on Wednesday.

A report produced by the Institute for Fiscal Studies found that soaring prices for food and fuel over the past decade have had a bigger impact on struggling families who spend more of their budgets on staple goods.

 November   6   2014

Criminals and corrupt politicians steal $1trn a year from the world's poorest countries


 At least $1trn a year is being “stolen” from the world’s poorest countries by criminals and corrupt officials who siphon cash through money laundering, tax evasion and embezzlement.



Independent UK  The staggering cost of corruption is revealed in a study published today by ONE, the anti-poverty group co-founded by the rock star Bono. It calls on the G20 group of rich nations, including Britain, to expose the anonymous shell companies which are used to “rip off” poor countries. According to ONE, the millions diverted from poverty-stricken nations is channelled through banks and secret companies in places including London, Delaware and Hong Kong. 

 September  4     2014  

 Need Food, not Football’: Brazilian Graffiti Art Expresses Outrage Over World Cup


Global Research  With just two weeks remaining until the World Cup kicks off in Brazil, those who believe the global event is too much of a burden for the country’s struggling economy have found a new way to channel their protest energy – with graffiti.


A graffiti painted by Brazilian street artist Paulo Ito on the entrance of a public  schoolhouse

in Sao Paulo, Brazil on May 23, 2014. (AFP Photo / Nelson Almeida) 


Street artists have covered walls in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo with pictures which blame football’s governing body, FIFA, for exploiting Brazil and the local government for neglecting the needs of the poor.

They share the belief that the US$11 billion which has been spent on the World Cup should have been used to improving transportation, healthcare, and education. 

June  13  2014   

 The 85 Richest People On Earth, Have As Much Wealth As The 3.5 Billion Poorest!  



As the World Economic Forum begins in Davos, Switzerland, Oxfam International has released a new report called, "Working for the Few," that contains some startling statistics on what it calls the "growing tide of inequality."
The report states:
Almost half of the world's wealth is now owned by just one percent of the population.
The wealth of the one percent richest people in the world amounts to $110 trillion. That's 65 times the total wealth of the bottom half of the world's population.
The bottom half of the world's population owns the same as the richest 85 people in the world.

 June  2  2014 

Creating Poverty by Fighting Poverty




The Peter Schiff Show May 5 2014

  May 3 2014 

Have the homeless become invisible? Video shows people walking past their loved ones 'living' on the street


 A social experiment devised to challenge the way the homeless are perceived found people were unable to recognise their loved ones if they were sat on the street and would, in every case, walk straight past them.



Independent UK  The video asks: "Have the homeless become so invisible, we wouldn’t notice our own family members living on the street?" before showing the actors being made-up to look as if they lived on the streets of New York.

A hidden camera then captured their loved ones walking straight past them, oblivious to the fact that it is actually their relatives sat on the pavement.

 April  26   2014  

One in three Spanish kids 'at risk of poverty' 


 The number of under-18s in Spain "at risk of poverty or marginalization" soared to more than 2.8

million in 2012. Photo: Philippe Desmazes/AFP


 The charity Save the Children launched a petition on Tuesday urging Spain to do more for deprived children in the crisis-hit country, where one in three minors lives at risk of poverty.

The situation is urgent and it requires urgent measures," the director of the Spanish branch of the organisation, Andres Conde, told a news conference.

The petition calls on the government to extend child benefit payments to all families living below the poverty line, increase the amount that is paid and move to monthly instead of twice-yearly payments.A family with one child and maximum monthly income of €959.93 ($1,328) currently receives a yearly child benefit of €291 a year, or €24.25 a month.The number of under-18s in Spain "at risk of poverty or marginalization" -- an official EU measure of economic hardship - soared to more than 2.8 million in 2012, according to the charity

April  17   2014   

Broken Country: Charities step up to help feed Greek children



  Greece's economy has shrunk by a quarter in the past four years - and relentless spending cuts have left their mark on the most vulnerable in society. Many unemployed parents now have to rely on charity handouts to feed their children and keep them in school,

March  31  2014 

This Is Society



  This Is Society
That lets people fend for themselves.

February  18  2014  

Louie Gohmert: Raise taxes on poor people because they can pay with welfare



RawStory  Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert (R) has proposed raising taxes on the poorest Americans even if the only money they have to pay is money that they get from government programs like welfare.

Gohmert said that he had “wrestled” with what to do with people who were so poor that they barely got by on government assistance.

“What if you’re so poor the only money you have is what the government gives you? And I’ve wondered, you know, isn’t that wasted money, you give it and you take it back? No, it gives you an investment in the country. And we need that.”

January 30  2014  

Haiti: Drones and Slavery

Peter Linebaugh
RINF Alternative News is a Swiss “non-profit” organization that in April 2013 sent two representatives to Haiti to work with a couple of “non-profits” called Open Street Map and International Organization for Migration. For six days with three drones and several lap-top computers these “drone adventurers” mapped 1) shanty towns in Port au Prince to count the number of tents as a first step in making a census and organizing “infrastructure,” 2) river beds to simulate waterflow for future flood control, and 3) the University of Limonade “to help promote the school for the next generation of youth in Haiti.”


January 4 2014  


January 4 2014  

40 percent of jobless youth facing mental illness symptoms with one-in-three contemplating suicide



 Agence France-Presse  Some jobless youngsters are facing “devastating” symptoms of mental illness, with one in three having comtemplated suicide, a leading youth charity said on Thursday.

The Prince’s Trust said 40 percent of jobless young people have experienced symptoms ofmental illnesssuch as suicidal thoughts, feelings of self-loathing and panic attacks.

The study is based on interviews with over 2,100 people aged between 16 and 25.

January 3 2014 

Wage Crisis - The USA's new underclass



  The squeezed American middle class has been at breaking point for some time. Now with politicians reluctant to raise the minimum wage and food stamps being cut, the social consequences could be devastating.3 

December 30 201 

FOOD STAMPS PROFITS : how JP Morgan gets rich with increased poverty 



  Max Keiser talks to Stacy Herbert about how JP Morgan Chase makes more money when more people are forced to use food stamps swipe cards

October  15 2013 

What kind of a recovery is this when so many people are crippled by debt? 


TheGuardian  Britain is once again being talked about as a place of prosperity. We are told to be relieved that the worst of the financial crisis has passed; the nation is becoming, according to David Cameron, a land of opportunity. Yet the same government that talks tough on national debt turns a blind eye to the personal debt the public have racked up on their watch. So while confidence may return to Britain's elite, millions of others endure sleepless nights about their future. 

October  7 2013 

'Starvation & poverty result from Greek bailouts'



   After having forced through further austerity measures Greece is set to receive its next bailout instalment. The bailout comes at the expense of thousands of public sector jobs. A rescue loan of 4 billion euros will come from the eurozone and European central banks. The IMF is also expected stump up a further 1.8 billion.

July  31 2013 

Mali Malaise: Third of population starving sitting on vast resources




   Mali has lifted the state of emergency to allow for campaigning ahead of presidential election. The situation in the war-ravaged country however remains tense, with a third of the population starving, mostly in the still-dangerous north. READ

July  22 2013 

The World's Richest 8% Earn Half of All Planetary Income


The lead research economist at the World Bank, Branko Milanovic, will be reporting soon, in the journal Global Policy, the first calculation of global income-inequality, and he has found that the top 8% of global earners are drawing 50% of all of this planet’s income...

June   4  2013  

21 Statistics About The Explosive Growth Of Poverty In America That Everyone Should Know


If the economy is getting better, then why does poverty in America continue to grow so rapidly? Yes, the stock market has been hitting all-time highs recently, but also the number of Americans living in poverty has now reached a level not seen since the 1960s. Yes, corporate profits are at levels never seen before, but so is the number of Americans on food stamps. Yes, housing prices have started to rebound a little bit (especially in wealthy areas)

April 5th 2013 

'Starve society to impose unseen poverty': EU chiefs' way out of crisis



 France says it's unlikely to meet its target of reducing the public deficit to the 3 percent limit set by the EU. Portugal and Spain are also trying to deal with unprecedented levels of unemployment, while Greece has suffered ongoing protests over it's austerity policies.

February 14 th 2013 

Watch: Greeks Fight For Food: “I Never Imagined That I Would End Up Here”



Once a bastion of European success and center of tourism, the country of Greece has become the harbinger of things to come for the rest of the world’s developed nations.

Not long ago Greeks were enjoying high paid salaries, early retirements, excess cash, and seemingly never ending economic growth.

February 8 th 2013 

Hidden Hunger: Kids in UK rely on food banks



More and more people in the UK are forced to rely on charity food banks to get their daily meal. Thousands of households are left with choice between keeping warm or putting food on their tables, with parents skipping meals to feed their children.

January 21th 2013 

Charity Told to Stop Serving Food to Homeless in City Parks



  SEATTLE -- Hot meals served to the city's homeless have now become a hot-button issue after a local charity was told to stop doing it in city parks."Why now? What did we do wrong? 3 years, no one said anything," said Willie Parish, Jr., executive director of the Bread of Life Mission. "We're meeting needs, people are happy."The Mission,

January 20th 2013 

The Welfare Bill: A government of millionaires just made the poor poorer - and laughed as they did it (Independent)


They cheered, they guffawed, they mocked. Picture the scene, and don't forget it as the next two and a half years of Cameron's Britain drag on: a smug pack of over-paid Tory MPs – some worth millions – sniggering as they prepared to slash the incomes of Britain's already struggling poor. Labour's Lisa Nandy and Ian Mearns pleaded with them in the Chamber, vainly, to stop laughing. Not since 1931 has a Government attempted to deliberately, consciously reduce the incomes of the poor.

January 11th 2013 

Old & Helpless: Euro crisis to take food out of mouths of pensioners?



  Despite the looming economic trouble in the Eurozone, one of its biggest economies, France, has always been praised as the promise-land for the retired. However with the single-currency zone hit with a second recession, things are changing fast - as Aleksey Yaroshevsky reports.

November19 th 2012 

More Abandoned Children as Europe Austerity Wears On



As the euro zone debt crisis deepens and austerity measures take their toll across Europe, the number of young children and babies abandoned across the region has increased, according to local charities.

The rise in the abandonment of infants across Europe is most visible in the spread of “baby hatches” or “boxes” across Europe, where unwanted infants are left anonymously.

August 13th 2012 

The real hunger games: How banks gamble on food prices – and the poor lose out

Before it was deregulated in the year 2000, the agricultural commodities futures market was used mainly by farmers and food buyers seeking to insure themselves against changes in the prices of products such as wheat, maize and sugar. When George W Bush passed the Commodities Futures Modernization Act 12 years ago, there was an influx, led by Goldman Sachs, of purely financial players who had no interest in ever buying food, but who sought solely to profit from changes in food prices, says Olivier De Schutter, the UN special rapporteur on the right to food

April 16th 2012 
What would you do if you came across someone on the street that had not had anything to eat for several days? Would you give that person some food? Well, the next time you get that impulse you might want to check if it is still legal to feed the homeless where you live. Sadly, feeding the homeless has been banned in major cities all over America. Other cities that have not banned it outright have put so many requirements on those that want to feed the homeless (acquiring expensive permits, taking food preparation courses, etc.) that feeding the homeless has become "out of reach" for most average people. Some cities are doing these things because they are concerned about the "health risks" of the food being distributed by ordinary "do-gooders".
April 8th 2012 

Land of the free, home of the hungry


Nowhere is the chasm between America's political class and its working poor more vast than in the demand to cut food stamps


On Monday afternoon this week, Rachelle Grimmer went into a Department of Health and Human Services in Texas with her two children, Timothy, aged 10, and Ramie, aged 12, and asked for a new case worker who could assist her application for food stamps. She had first applied in July but had been told she hadn't provided enough information and, by most accounts, had been struggling to get by and get help since she moved from Ohio

December 11th 2011 

US child poverty rate soars to 32%


The US Census Bureau says the number of poor children in America has surged by one million in 2010, reflecting the country's worst economic woes since the Great Depression. In 2010, the Census survey indicated that over 32 percent of children across the country were living in poverty, compared to nearly 31 percent in 2009, bringing the number of poverty-stricken US children to 15.7 million from the previously recorded 14.7 million, Reuters reported on Thursday.
November 19th 2011 

Middle Class Death Watch: As Poverty Spreads, 28% of Americans Who Were Part of the Middle Class Have Fallen Out of It


“The promise of the American dream has given many hope that they themselves could one day rise up the economic ladder. But according to a study released those already in financially-stable circumstances should fear falling down a few rungs too. The study… found that nearly a third of Americans who were part of the middle class as teenagers in the 1970s have fallen out of it as adults…

September 19th 2011 


They are known as the last resort. Millions of Americans are staying in budget long-stay motels as the country's economic problems get worse.

The grisly rooms are seen as the lowest of the U.S. housing ladder, only just above a cardboard box.

In tiny rooms with paper-thin walls and nylon sheets, vulnerable Americans are making their homes for a few hundred bucks a month.

Septembber 7th  2011

Criminalizing poverty:During economic crisis, new laws crack down on America's poor, homeless

The number of laws criminalizing poverty increased during the recession as the housing and homelessness crisis in America worsened.
Since 2006, there's been a 7 percent increase in laws prohibiting camping out in public places, an 11 percent increase in laws prohibiting loitering, a 6 percent increase in laws prohibiting begging and a 5 percent increase in laws prohibiting aggressive panhandling, according to a recent report by
The National Coalition for the Homeless.
August 16th 2011 

Algeria: The Richest Country The Poorest People


February 17h 201| 

How the Government Will Take Control of Your Retirement Account


In the late 1920s, the economy of the Weimar Republic was beset by numerous fiscal troubles. The global depression spread quickly to Germany, undermining the government's ability to make its reparation payments from the Great War.
Fearing a return to hyperinflation, many Germans who had spent the last decade building up a small fortune during the Weimar Republic's own 'Roaring 20s' decided to pack up and leave; they remembered the days when banknotes were used as wallpaper and had no desire to repeat the experience.

February 12th 2011 

Davos Elites Enjoys the Global Depression


When Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum started the yearly pilgrimage to the inner sanctums of the Swiss Gnomes, he could hardly conceive that the ritual would turn into a celebrity bash of the super rich. The Davos venue is appropriate. Only rarified air is suitable for the global Mattoids.

February 2th 2011 

Nearly 11 Percent of US Houses Empty


America's home ownership rate, after holding steady for a while, took a pretty big plunge in Q4, from 66.9 percent to 66.5 percent. That's down from the 2004 peak of 69.2 percent and the lowest level since 1998. Homeownership is falling at an alarming pace, despite the fact that home prices have fallen, affordability is much improved and inventories of new and existing homes are still running quite high. Bargains abound, but few are interested or eligible to take advantage.

February 1th 2011 

Goldman Sachs offering average bonuses of $430,000 while a record 43,200,000 Americans receive food stamps.


The U.S. economy is now operating like a finely tuned engine bent on dismantling the middle class and protecting the tiny elites in our nation that have learned to manipulate both political parties to their financial benefit. This did not occur over night but started in the 1970s when the U.S. government and investment banks juiced up the nation with deficit and debt spending.

January 21th 2011 

The More Americans That Go On Food Stamps The More Money JP Morgan Makes


JP Morgan is the largest processor of food stamp benefits in the United States. JP Morgan has contracted to provide food stamp debit cards in 26 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. JP Morgan is paid for each case that it handles, so that means that the more Americans that go on food stamps, the more profits JP Morgan makes. Yes, you read that correctly. When the number of Americans on food stamps goes up, JP Morgan makes more money. In the video posted below, JP Morgan executive Christopher Paton admits that this is "a very important business to JP Morgan" and that it is doing very well.

January 20th 2011 

Serfing USA: Corporate America Is Robbing American Workers


Along with the staggering theft in broad daylight of Americans’ assets that has occurred in the course of the ongoing financial crisis, as taxpayers funded multi-trillion bank bailouts and banks stole homes through foreclosures with the help of fraudulent paperwork, American companies have also been picking the pockets of workers more directly.This second round of paycheck theft has come in the form of stolen productivity gains.Historically, the relatively high and rising standard of living of American workers--both blue and white-collar--which once gave the US one of the highest standards of living in the world, has come courtesy of rising productivity, which has allowed US companies to produce more goods with less labor ...

January 3th 2011 

20 Statistics That Prove That Global Wealth Is Being Funneled Into The Hands Of The Elite – Leaving Most Of The Rest Of The World Wretchedly Poor


Today global wealth is more highly concentrated in the hands of the elite than it ever has been at any other point in modern history. Once upon a time, the vast majority of the people in the world knew how to grow their own food, raise their own animals and take care of themselves. There weren't many that were fabulously wealthy, but there was a quiet dignity in having land you could call your own or in having a skill that you could turn into a business.

December 1th 2010 

Obama Forces 700,000 Seniors Out Of Med Coverage


Obama said while trying to pass his government takeover of your health care that you would be able to keep your doctor and health care plan. Like Jon Lovitz of Saturday Night Live, he lied and he knew it. Last year we heard it over and over, I'm talking of course about President Obama's promise that if you like your plan you can keep it. Well forget it. Today it was discovered that another 700,000 Seniors will have to change plans, because health insurers are shutting down certain types of plans because of legislative changes and looming cuts to federal funding.

Ncvember 21th 2010 

The Irish agriculture minister, Brendan Smith, said the free cheddar scheme was 'contributing towards the well-being of the most deprived citizens'. A caller to RTÉ radio asked, 'have they taken leave of their senses?' Photograph: Murdo Macleod

The country may be a few heartbeats away from intervention by the International Monetary Fund but today the Irish government had a novel message for the public: let them eat cheese.

Ncvember 9th 2010 


The U.S. government is now spending roughly $5.6 billion per month on food assistance helping out 41,836,000 Americans. How bad is it for the lower economic strata of families in our economy? In January of 2007 we had 26,000,000 Americans on food assistance. The economic crisis has added 15,800,000 Americans onto the food assistance program now known as SNAP. These numbers are incredible and demonstrate how deep the recession has gotten. Even though on paper the recession ended in the summer of 2009 these numbers show a very different economic climate. S.

October 21h 2010 


Nancy Pelosi says that food stamps and unemployment insurance will grow the US economy and lift it from the recession that Barack Obama has helped to worsen. Pelosi, that genius and all-around brilliant analyst of the US economy and everything financial, spoke Wednesday in an overly defensive response to Newt Gingrich’s right-on-the-mark salvo against Pelosi and her Democrat Party. In recent comments, Gingrich correctly advised Republicans to make a contrast between Democrats who promote food stamps as their economic policy, and Republicans who actually promote the useful concept called paychecks to grow the prosperity of Americans.

October 10th 2010 

A series of reports released by the Census Bureau this month make clear the income gap between the richest and poorest Americans is widening, as free-trade globalism destroys the U.S. middle class. Red Alert has consistently warned that the current high rate of unemployment and the shrinking of the middle class are not the result of a current recession.Instead, the main argument of my book "America for Sale: Fighting the New World Order ...

October 6th 2010 

After the economy slipped into recession in 2008, millions of Americans received unemployment benefits to make ends meet -- including almost 3,000 millionaires. According to IRS data, 2,840 households reporting at least $1 million in income on their tax returns that year also collected a total of $18.6 million in jobless aid.
October 4th 2010 
Thousands of Nigerian women 'found in Mali slave camps'

Nigerian girls are being forced to work as prostitutes in Mali "slave camps", say officials in Nigeria. The girls, many of them under age, have often been promised jobs in Europe but ended up in brothels, said the government's anti-trafficking agency.

The brothels are run by older Nigerian women who prevent them from leaving and take all their earnings....

September 30th 2010 


The income gap between the richest and poorest Americans grew last year to its widest amount on record as young adults and children in particular struggled to stay afloat in the recession.

The top-earning 20 percent of Americans — those making more than $100,000 each year — received 49.4 percent of all income generated in the U.S., compared with the 3.4 percent earned by those below the poverty line, according to newly released census figures. That ratio of 14.5-to-1 was an increase from 13.6 in 2008 and nearly double a low of 7.69 in 1968.


September 28th 2010 


Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois approved a plan in April that seemed to help balance the budget, but it may imperil the pension fund. Actuaries, including some who serve on the profession’s governing boards, got wind of what Illinois was doing and began to look more closely. Many thought Illinois was using an unorthodox maneuver to starve its pension fund of billions of dollars, while papering over a widening gap between what it owed and how much it had.

September 22th 2010 


The Obama administration has responded to reports of an epidemic growth of poverty in America to levels not seen since the 1960s by categorically ruling out any anti-poverty programs like those initiated under the administration of Lyndon B. Johnson.In the midst of a week-long campaign of speeches and events aimed at packaging the administration’s pro-corporate policies as populist measures to aid the “middle class,”

September 15th 2010 



The recession may be officially over, but six in 10 Canadians are still surviving from paycheque to paycheque, a national survey showed Monday.

Fifty-nine per cent of Canadian workers say they would be in financial trouble if their paycheque was delayed by just a week – the same proportion as last year when the economy was still mired in a downturn, according to a poll of 2,766 people by the Canadian Payroll Association.

September 14th 2010 

What Happens When Unemployment Happens to You


When your life and your work is as entwined as mine has been—fusing the personal and the political over all these years, it may be stretching things to consider yourself unemployed but that’s what I am as Labor Day approaches.

Most of the media focuses on the big companies that have slashed their work forces (even as they hoard cash.) But small companies are also suffering, cutting back, and closing. They don’t get the subsidies or bailouts or the attention. 

September 4th 2010 

40 Million Americans Live On Food Stamps


A record number of people are living on government handouts in the US, as one out of six Americans now gets various anti-poverty supports, including food stamps.
A survey of state data by daily USA TODAY released on Monday showed that more than 50 million Americans are on Medicaid -- the federal-state program designed mainly to help the poor. That is an increase of at least 17 percent from December 2007, when the economic recession started.

August 31th 2010 

Government Stopping Charities From Feeding The Homeless


The National Coalition for the Homeless has issued a report detailing laws and ordinances in a couple of dozen localities across the nation that prohibit charities – churches, civic organizations, charities, etc. – from feeding the homeless. Or, at least, inhibit their ability to do so with burdensome regulation.

July 11th, 2010 


If you ever hear of Haiti, it is usually because of something frightening. It is famous for hurricanes, deforestation, poverty, drug smuggling, violence, dictatorships, voodoo and slavery. Half a century ago, when it was under the tyranny of François “Papa Doc” Duvalier and his “zombie” militia, Graham Greene called Haiti the “nightmare republic”. Though Papa Doc has long gone, the nightmares have never ended in this Caribbean dystopia. Haiti is the poorest country and only Third World nation in the western hemisphere, and it’s getting worse

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