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I sound like a broken record when I tell people about the slaves in the world today. That all of us in wealthy countries today take pure advantage from slaves or very cheap labor in third world countries. A lot of people don’t want to admit it because of the virtue signaling plaguing our societies today.

The reason why we have cheap consumer prices is because the exploitation of millions of other people to ferment our chocolate or cultivate coffee or construct our electronics. This is all done in the sole desire for higher profits which come from consumers purchasing items they desire for lower prices.

These radical intersectionalist, communists and black supremacists can all complain about slavery a 150 years ago, but the truth of the matter is that unless you live subsistencely then you have slaves working to you with goods you love at prices cheaper than they would be if westerners were making or cultivating them....

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Can I just say, I am so so grateful to have found this community. I was losing my mind on Twitter. I've self-censored practically everything on Facebook. Who knows how long we can count on YouTube. I was getting a bit concerned for the future of the whole internet experiment, what with the big companies all but owning us.

I'm not a fringe person by any means and I'm usually the last to find out about the cool new place to be. I stay to myself and try to raise my family in peace. These days, the world is spinning out of control and it's so hard to find people to talk to because it seems like everyone's scared to say the "wrong" thing.

So I guess this is my "Hello!" to you all. I'm just happy to be here.

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