First of all, the immigration policy for Europe meant that those Europeans who were part of the European Union could roam freely to any of those European countries signed up to the European Union. With communism combated in the eastern block of Europe and those countries now signed up to the European Union, there is great optimism from both European immigrants that they would find wealth, opportunity and success in Western European countries such as the UK. Along with mass immigration from those European countries came huge wage wars, whereby European immigrants would work for longer hours with less breaks for a lower wage. Many Britons have been condemned as lazy for expected proper legal employment rights. The forfeiting of such entitlements by many European immigrants ensured corporations benefitted from turnover with a greater profit.
With this extensive immigration came new types of contracts such as the zero-hour contract which would inevitably have a great impact on those who found themselves out of employment and needing to rely upon the welfare system. With the mass immigration, zero-hour contracts and wage wars governments were now able to confidently support with statistical evidence, that employment had in fact increased. However, it could also be statistically proven at the same time, that poverty had significantly increased within the UK.
Along with mass immigration from the eastern block of Europe, came a huge influx of migration from the Middle East and Africa. Many reasons were given for this including rehoming refugees from illegal wars which the West had started, to low birth rates in Europe, so a great need for population replacement. Despite Angela Merkel stating that multiculturalism had failed in 2015 she continues to invite mass migration to Europe. But with such an acknowledgement, why would that be?
Bonded labour also known as debt bondage is one of the most widely used methods of enslavement despite being outlawed by the United Nations Supplementary Convention on the Abolishment of Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Institutions and Practices Similar to Slavery 1956, bonded labour continues to exist. A bonded labourer is a person who is forced to work in order to repay loans. They work long hours every day for little or no payment work usually consists of heavy duty tasks. A bonded labourer may find themselves getting a loan to escape war-torn areas or countries or on the promise of a better life in another country through the means of human trafficking.
Bonded labourers will also have an impact on the natives within a society. The significantly reduced wages and salary ensure that a corporation is making massive profits. Due to wage stagnation within the Western society, corporations have found themselves to be boycotted by potential consumers on the basis that they take their companies and factories to other continents therefore not providing Western natives with jobs and security. However, convincing potential consumers that their products are made in Western society therefore providing Westerners with jobs and careers and prospects, corporations would likely see an influx in sales once again.
It is therefore important that the consumer asks themselves the question as to whether the factory in which the product was made within Western society, actually employed native Westerners. It is now a very possible likelihood that although products may be produced in Western continents, they are still produced by slave labour. And with the mass importation of probable bonded labourers from Third World nations, this will have a very significant impact on the employability of the natives.
For the natives to ensure their own employability, it is very likely that they will have to also wage war against slave labour from Third World countries invited and welcomed by bureaucrats in the European Union. The United Nations is already aware of the practice of bonded labour and still acknowledges it to be the most predominantly used form of slave labour. It is also important for one to ask, how would a migrant who is unable to communicate in the language of the country in which they work, that they are bonded labourers? In fact, it would need to be questioned if they could inform authorities would it be in their best interest to do so.
It is a well-known fact that the migrants coming over to Europe from these Third World continents are human trafficked over, therefore the human traffickers will have applied a loan to these migrants. It is likely in this case, that threats are made towards the family of those migrants. We can therefore accept that these migrants are brought over to Western continents as bonded slave labourers with the full knowledge of the ruling elite. Under these circumstances it is probable that the ruling elite don't only expect to continue stagnant wages within society but now expect to reduce them further. With the ruling elite, the establishment and the mainstream media fighting the rejection of migrants as being racist, xenophobic or Islamophobic, the message could be interpreted here as the ruling class supports bonded and slave labour.
If you yourself are a supporter of slavery within Europe in a modern age, then you should be voting those parties who invite and welcome migrants from Third World countries knowing and recognising that they are human trafficked to Europe. But if you reject the use of slave and bonded labour from Third World nations in our society knowing they are human trafficked here to be used as slave labour for our consumerist society, then it is up to you to vote against it. Not only do need you to vote against it, but you could also vote against consumerism through your wallet by rejecting corporations and globalism and supporting your independent companies. The choice is yours we live in a democracy.
What are your thoughts? Do you believe the migrants brought to Europe are bonded labour slaves who will inflict greater wage stagnation on the future of European natives?