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Ok, so what's slavery have to do with global warming?  Just one thing really, but it's a big one.

Over time as trade deals were made between countries we came to rely on these deals.  In Canada we have a short growing season so we used to have green houses everywhere, which in the winter supplied us with fresh items that could not be wintered in freezers or root cellars.  'Hot (green) house' tomatoes are  a great example.  As cheaper imports from the US became the norm the hot house owners were put out of business and they closed down.  Soon the green houses were torn down.  Now there are very few remaining and if the supply of tomatoes from the US stopped there would be no tomatoes.  We could not restart these green houses in sufficient numbers because with the demise of the green houses so went the expertise needed to grow in them.  This is only one example of the effects of outsourcing.  I'm sure if you put your mind to it you could think of thousands of others.  Every time we outsource we loose not only the manufacturing facilities, but the expertise required to run and work in them.  Thus we become dependant on the outside supplier.

The above is only one simple example but use of slavery to meet our needs or desires is very heavily practiced in North America.

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Offshore Slavery, the Acceptable Slavery Method of the
Modern World vs. Global Warming

   Outsourcing has been the such a great boon to the North American economy that their should be statues of it's inventor(s) on every street corner.  It has truly done for us what our ancestors, the designers of the old on-shore slavery system, could never have imagined.  Outsourcing has even provided our own with employment in the product design and arrangements for the outsourcing.  The feeding, housing, and care of the slaves are all taken care of in the countries of origin. And what's really great is that the word slave doesn't even enter into the rhetoric. That it is much easier to ship raw materials and product than living slaves is an added benefit.  All we have to do is go to the store and purchase the goods at prices far below what they would cost if the slave wages were the same as or equivalent to ours.  Our dollar stretches much farther.  Our churches find this acceptable too, but then, well, that's a story for another day.  The 'out of sight out of mind' feature of the outsourcing method means thatSlave Sale we are not confronted by the dirty workhouses in our towns and cities that might make us upchuck if we actually saw them.  We do not have to look at the squalor of the living conditions, or risk our own lives with the inherent disease caused by the filth in which our slaves must live.  We can easily justify outsourcing by claiming that these people would have nothing if we didn't give them the work  Actually they might not have trinkets like ours but they would have their own way of life and not be striped of their dignity.  After all, we do provide employment for these subhuman people and of that we can be proud.  God bless outsourcing and may God bless us!

Let's be clear

All trading between countries is not slavery.  Trading of raw materials, for example, can be a benefit to both traders.  If I have sand but no rocks and you have rocks but no sand then great.  Slavery only arises when one takes unfair advantage of the other.

In North America and, no doubt, other developed areas the need for slavery to do the menial tasks has always been a characteristic of our society.  Without slaves we would have to spend well beyond our means to purchase the trinkets we so enjoy.  Unfortunately the understanding of this need is not plethoric within the general population and therefore government and industry must find innovative ways to maintain the system of slavery in tact while at the same time claiming that slavery is a bad thing to appease the population.  This is a system of burning the candle at both ends.  When the keeping of slaves was banned in North America it left a serious hole in our economies which had to be filled.  In truth the earlier method of bring in slaves from other countries and housing, feeding, and dealing with them was fraught with a great many drawbacks.  Slaves would be lazy, needed to be whipped, would be sick, would run away, just to name a few of the drawbacks. 
The main problem with the end of the slave trade was that goods had to be made by North Americans who expected to be paid for their work.   This unacceptable situation meant that the prices of goods were much higher and therefore we had to settle for less.  We could not afford to own all the extra trinkets so important to our prestige within our communities.  Therefore a new slave system was needed but it had to be one that most North Americans would find acceptable either due to ignorance or blindness or perhaps just plain stupidity.  It was not long until a new slavery, coated with sugar, was created.  This is the offshore slave method in which the slaves are kept in their own countries and the work is sent to them. It is called, cleverly I might add, outsourcing.    
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