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Blackbirding: Australia’s history of luring, tricking and kidnapping Pacific Islanders

Recent debate in the United States over the legacy of slavery has reignited discussions about Australia’s own dark past. Starting from the 1860s, tens of thousands of Pacific Islanders were taken to Australia to work on plantations in Queensland, often … Continue reading

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The 390-Euro Man – A Pakistani Slave’s Path to Freedom By Hasnain Kazim

For more than 16 years, Hanif Masih worked as an indentured servant in a brick factory in Pakistan. Then, an aid organization purchased his freedom. Though he remains extremely poor, he is one of the lucky ones. On the day … Continue reading

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Christianity, Guilty as Charged! by ANDRE VLTCHEK

Motto: verse from Colossians 3:22: “Slaves, obey your masters.” It is Easter and I am mourning for all those hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, who were forced to ‘die for Jesus’… They vanished so the Christian dogma of some crucified … Continue reading

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