– “socially redeeming values,” to borrow the famous US Supreme Court language. ----The Author An IN/Sight Special Report: Island Royale: Institutional White Slavery in the New Millennium. There may be the occasional report of a police raid upon a relatively small prostitution ring in the United States, where a dozen or more helpless young women, typically from Mexico and other Latin American countries, are found quietly plying “The World’s Oldest Profession” within a pervasive climate of fear – a fear of beatings, of hunger, or more often than not, simply a fear of arrest and deportation – but such accounts are rare indeed; the far more common image of modern white slavery, as documented by the media, is that of a savage and barbaric underworld in which women are bought and sold like cattle and are forced to provide sexual services while held prisoner within the many filthy, disease-riddled brothels that litter the decaying sections of overcrowded cities in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
An explicit report on the world’s most luxurious and exclusive brothel and of the people who operate it. Exotic tales of beautiful young women being whisked away upon spirited Arabian stallions, to live as pampered concubines in lavishly-appointed Middle Eastern harems under the spell of a ruggedly handsome desert prince, are the stuff of Romance novels.
Note: This is a repost of the story I recently submitted, edited as necessary because of the limitations of the XNXX website format which confuses graphics, inexplicably substitutes a question mark for quotation marks at times, and does not permit footnotes.
It is hoped therefore that this reposting will provide more clarity.
This is indeed the “face” of white slavery in the 21st Century, as depicted until now by the international media.
As shocking as the images presented may be, however, and certainly as disturbing as the graphic accounts told to us by the surviving victims of sexual enslavement, IN/SIGHT has learned these reports do not reflect the only manner in which, for profit, women and young girls are systematically abused sexually on an institutional basis.
There are no fancy internet websites maintained to allow you to book a vacation there, and no ordinary travel agent can make a reservation for you.
No commercial airlines schedule flights there, and even global satellite images of the area reveal nothing but seemingly endless blue waters.The death rate among the victims of white slavery is staggering: Few women survive into their thirties the physical and sexual abuse to which they are subjected on a daily basis, and those who do manage to escape the horrors of the brothel remain psychologically and often physically scarred for life.Official estimates vary, but between 1.2 and 2 million women and young girls are believed to be currently held as captive sex slaves throughout the world; however, despite the concerted efforts of several international humanitarian organizations such as AFESIP (Agir pour les Femmes en Situation Précaire, or “Acting for Women in Distressing Circumstances”), the POPPY Project in Great Britian, and the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), tragically only a comparatively small number of women over the years have been successfully rescued from their lives of cruel sexual servitude.As an aside, I had also sought to address some of the more obvious logistical difficulties involved in establishing and maintaining a secret organization premised upon the sexual exploitation of women in this modern age of international travel, the Internet, global positioning satellites and instant telecommunications – problems, frankly, that never seem to be adequately addressed in these website stories but yet must be satisfactorily resolved unless the reader is to be expected to wholly abandon all physical and political realities. Foreword by the Editors ____________________________________________ Every few years a newspaper or magazine article will be published, or perhaps a television documentary will be aired, seeking to expose the sordid operations of the so-called “white slavery” business: The illegal trafficking of women sold into a life of exploitation and involuntary prostitution.In short, I had wanted to write a plausible erotic story with – dare I say it? Almost always these reports have focused upon the cruelty of the slave trade and upon the appalling and often brutal conditions under which these unfortunate women must live and work while imprisoned within the squalid quarters of Cambodian, Indian or Turkish bordellos.And you’ll never see a television commercial beckoning you to come for a visit.To all but a relatively elite few, the place is but a myth – an ethereal phantom, if you will – heard of only through whispered rumor and existing solely within the dark recesses of the lascivious mind.Hedonism II, Exotic Retreat, and even Thailand’s infamous Angels in Paradise sex resorts pale in comparison, for at Island Royale there is but one basic rule: Do not physically injure the staff.Within the wide parameters of that one basic rule, however, virtually “anything goes.” How Island Royale has remained such a well-kept secret, insulated from international exposure and scrutiny, is largely due to the tremendous discretion employed by the resort’s many wealthy and powerful patrons.Our Correspondent, whose identity has been withheld at his specific request, began his investigation well over seven years ago with the sketchy stories told to him by rural Russian and Ukrainian villagers of several young female children having been stolen from their homes and families, never to be seen again.Despite repeated official governmental denials of the villagers’ claims our Correspondent pressed on, following a winding and often dangerous trail that would eventually take him to India, Thailand and Viet Nam in Southeast Asia, as well as to Spain, Poland, Turkey, and other countries in Europe and in the Middle East.