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10. Like the Slave

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10. Like the Slave

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In colonial hunting age, human was a kind of readily salable goods in the western country. Therefore, the servants who work in the white man house at that time had no salary like the servants in our period. The employers paid them once only at the first time and used them to work for all their lives. These mankind goods was the living thing called “slave.”

Nowadays, most countries throughout the world had abolished slavery, except only some well-to-do in the developed countries who still possessed slaves. But if we considered the word “slave” in the mean of “taking advantages of humanity,” we may find the word “slave” scattering everywhere from the country that people oppose their fellow countrymen by a kind of social discrimination called “caste” such as India to the land of freedom and human right as America. So, in these days, we still find “slave” everywhere human are selfish and too greedy to be feel sympathetic with their fellow man.

In India, lots of children under 10 were sold by their parents for only 1,500 baht each. These children were beaten and forced to overwork unlimitedly without any comment allowed. Most workers scattered along the highway through the orchards zone in the central area of Florida in America, where was the 80% of orange juice productive area, were the immigrants. Many of them had no identification documents. All of them were poor, gaining 315,000 baht a year in average (that was at the bottom of the charge comparing with the average cost of living in America) barter for the hard work that give bad effects on their health. So, these low-price workers often resigned and the employers had to find the bound-to-dept workers to work in the orchard instead. In 2001, the court of America passed the sentence on Ramos family, the orchard owner, to be jailed for 34 years for the slave trading allegation when the police detected that they hind the bound-to-dept workers in the strong guarded detention camp to work in their orchard.

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