Growing-up in a World Wide Web of Crime
The SOBS Corporate Inventory:
A paradigm shift or change must first occur in the mindset of our society before a vast majority of people can understand what really happens behind the closed doors of organized crime, human and drug trafficking businesses that exist in the darkest-shadows of our world.
Our thoughts is, for the most part, focused on the things that we normally see or read about; therefore, it follows that the cliché “Out of sight, out of mind” plays a major role in our common perception of reality and what we believe or chose to believe is actually going on around us, in our neighborhoods and surrounding communities.
The last thing I would like to comment on, is that, I cannot stress enough to everyone here including my posts or comments on the social-media networks, for example face-book, twitter and other providers that our biggest problem is the lack of public awareness. During the last nine-years I talked with and/or interviewed hundreds of workers in adult entertainment, and they all, for the most part, had one story in common to tell or would at least share with me in absolute or strict confidence, they’re all scared to death and feel there is nowhere to turn, run or even who to trust. We have to, need to and must earn victims and survivor’s trust without exception by letting them all know we do care and will do everything, whatever it takes or is necessary to help end/stop human trafficking, the pain and suffering and that we as a civil society are all responsible for each other as human beings ourselves.