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Glers and high ranking United Nations officials And of course Tupa meets her fellow trafficking victims young women and girls from around the world Tupa’s harrowing experience including her daring escape and eventual return home sheds light on the most shocking aspects of modern day slavery as well as the essential determination to be fre. I had to remind myself several times that this was a true story because of how awful Tupa was treated Great memoir

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I Am Not Your Slave A MemoirI am Not Your Slave is the shocking true story of a young African girl Tupa who was abducted from southwestern Africa and funneled through an extensive yet almost completely unknown human trafficking network spanning the entire African continent As she is transported from the point of her abduction on a remote farm near the Namibian Angola. Wow Just unbelievableI have goosebumpsWatching the chain of events in Tupa's story just makes me shake my head It makes me furious This all began because of the World Wildlife Conservancy in Namibia Sure we want to protect the wildlife and save the endangered species but it is because of them a farmer could not bring his herd to a watering hole during a major drought They turned him away The cattle could not drink or eat so the farmer's brother greedy little bastard hooks him up with some stranger to sell his cattle in AngolaBecause the farmer doesn't know the way of the world the buyer has 4 cows stolen When Tupa's brothers go looking for the cattle they go missing The buyer demands that the matter of the 4 missing cows be rectified by giving him the farmer's daughter The farmer has no choice but to give him his daughter to work off the debt of the 4 missing cowsNow any person would have seen this asbut what does it matter that 4 cows are missing The buyer hasn't even paid for any of the cows yet The farmer was swindled out of his daughter The cows don't mean anything to the buyerThis begins Tupa's horrible journey into human traffickingall because the World Wildlife Conservancy needs to take over the watering hole so that tourists can see the animals LET THAT SINK INHer ultimate destination is Dubai This rich buyer collects women He decided one day he wanted a himba woman Through this vast network of the slave trade he was able to secure a himba woman from NamibiaIn Dubai most of the time she worked as a domestic for the family But she was really there to be a sex slave for the many exclusive parties the Jackal threw for humanitarians and people from the United Nation's humanitarian mission She was repeatedly raped and tortured during her enslavementThe fact that the men committing these atrocities are humanitarians people who work for the United Nations and the World Food ProgramI meanWTFI really hope that the media and news agencies get a hold of this book and start investigating this When I Googled the World Food Program I found out that these men that are high up in the UN and World Food Program have sexual abuse and harassment complaints against them from numerous members of staff all around the world They weren't just doing this to the trafficked girls They were doing this to female staff members Numerous acts of rapeTupa went through so much my heart just broke for her I kept wondering if she would ever find that light out of that dark tunnel Considering there's a book I kept telling myself I guess she didThis is something I want to leave in this review that echoes why women need to step up and stop thisIf we are to survivethen the women must participate like never before We must unite and let our voices be heardwhatever we do we must do it from the innermost circle out Then we do it our way from our strengths and in a way that preserves our traditions Otherwise bad things happen The closest circles around her those of family and village and tribe they were smashed and broken because our women have not participated in those larger circles We have been silent This must change but it must do some from here from the innermost circle out

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Free download Ë I Am Not Your Slave: A Memoir 102 ô I am Not Your Slave is the shocking true story of a young African girl Tupa who was abducted from southwestern Africa and funneled through an extensive yet almost completely unknown human trafficking network spanning the entire African continent As she is transported from the poiN border and channeled to her ultimate destination in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates her three year odyssey exposes the brutal horrors of a modern day middle passage During her ordeal Tupa encounters members of Africa’s notorious gangs terrifying witchdoctors mysterious middlemen from China corrupt police and border officials Arab smug. Courage to Shine the Light on Evil and Fight for FreedomOUTSTANDING Highly recommend this book even though there are nightmarish scenes to confront that at times left me almost shaking I have known about the horrific mostly hidden crime of human trafficking for over a decade but never read or heard about evil like what Tupa endured Even appalling was the fact that the men at the final destination were supposed to be the very humanitarians from the US and elsewhere helping to protect human rights This crime needs to be deeply investigated to get to the source and JUSTICE needs to be served no matter the person’s high level powerful public position As Martin Luther King said back in the early 1960s “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywherewhatever affects one directly affects all indirectly”The book is so well written it is like you are there I could not put it down The way Chris Lockhart described things brought so many perceptions to life almost to the cellular level By the end of the book I had no doubt I was standing in Tupa’s expanded circle Tupa Tjipombo and Chris Lockhart have inspired me to do even in the fight for Universal Human Rights NO ONE should ever go through anything like this Human Trafficking Slavery in all its forms needs to truly come to an end in the United States and everywhere around the world ENOUGHTupa is a true hero Her strength courage fight for freedom and pure greatness are an inspiration for all human beings especially women Let’s join together with her and put an END to this atrocity called modern day slaveryIf you have any desire to help create a fair and free world read this book increase your awareness be inspired take action