To All Asian Women: Do you like Black Men?

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Feb 5, 2013
 
And to comment about men on the DL, I'm aware of some black men are involved in such traits. But white men flocking all accross asia to fuc gay ladyboys in the azz. They're traveling great distances to have sex with them! Remember this, it's hard for the pot to call the kettle black when sharing the same stove, think about it.
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Feb 5, 2013
 
Speaking of sickning sex acts up the azz. Pedophilia is over ran by white men. From ancient times of the Roman emperors "abusing" young boys to modern day "Catholic Priest" doing the same.

The level of trust amongst you guys are lowering everytime words come out of y'alls mouth.

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Feb 5, 2013
 
whiteball wrote:
I have not been on here for months. How did this become the "Who Dat" rant? Maybe if you had a job, you wouldn't have this much time to spend spreading your ignorance.
WD makes ridiculous comments about how much white women want black cock, even to state they want it in the backside.
I watched an interesting documentary by a black director about black people. Gues who wants black cock in the ass more than anyone? Yes, black men. The interviewed numerous girls in the documentary. Some of the black girls estimated 4 out of 10 black men were on the DL. Some guessed 8 out of 10.
I know Who dat can be a douchebag, but he's okay as a troll.
Who dat, please stop living in denial when real nasty Aw tell it like it is and accuse them as "Jackson"

trust me, I wish all these self hating White men chasing skanks would be chasing the mamba black guys.. take them all please!!
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Feb 5, 2013
 
Just remember, you're part african if not all....lol
Enjoy!

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I know Who dat can be a douchebag, but he's okay as a troll.
Who dat, please stop living in denial when real nasty Aw tell it like it is and accuse them as "Jackson"
trust me, I wish all these self hating White men chasing skanks would be chasing the mamba black guys.. take them all please!!
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Feb 6, 2013
 
Who Dat wrote:
And to comment about men on the DL, I'm aware of some black men are involved in such traits. But white men flocking all accross asia to fuc gay ladyboys in the azz. They're traveling great distances to have sex with them! Remember this, it's hard for the pot to call the kettle black when sharing the same stove, think about it.
I think you'll find they are probably traveling for the women. If they wanted lady boys or down low men, plenty of black men on home soil that are into that. I read somewhere that almost 50 percent of black men are on the down low - that means if you're in a relationship with a black man, it's an even chance he's suckin' somebody's dick and taking it in the azz!!
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Feb 6, 2013
 
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I know Who dat can be a douchebag, but he's okay as a troll.
Who dat, please stop living in denial when real nasty Aw tell it like it is and accuse them as "Jackson"
trust me, I wish all these self hating White men chasing skanks would be chasing the mamba black guys.. take them all please!!
any female who posts on here stating that they are not into black men he accuses them of being me. it's quite funny actually given that I really can't be in California, Atlanta, London at the same time.

I wish he would get a job, ditch the blow up doll with slanty eyes and go out and get a real woman!!
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Feb 6, 2013
 
Speaking of sickning sex acts up the azz. Pedophilia is over ran by white men. From ancient times of the Roman emperors "abusing" young boys to modern day "Catholic Priest" doing the same.

The level of trust amongst you guys are lowering everytime words come out of y'alls mouth.

Everybody know who leads these "categoies"

Western white men are traveling to asia for sex with gay lady boys in mass numbers.

And white women aren't only leaving white men for black men, they're also plastered on the internet having sex with all sorts of animals!

Is that the reasons white men wanting black women??
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Feb 6, 2013
 
Jackson and BASIL, what a couple!

In a word "PATHETIC"
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Feb 6, 2013
 
Who Dat wrote:
Jackson and BASIL, what a couple!
In a word "PATHETIC"
Basil's pretty hot!

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Feb 6, 2013
 
Jackson wrote:
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any female who posts on here stating that they are not into black men he accuses them of being me. it's quite funny actually given that I really can't be in California, Atlanta, London at the same time.
I wish he would get a job, ditch the blow up doll with slanty eyes and go out and get a real woman!!
ROTFLMFAO!!!!!

Yeah I think that's his only way of not excepting reality... Poor guy :(

What can we do...?

For supposedly having this fabulous life, boy he's on here posting something he got on the internet.

He's SAD, PATHETIC LOSER!! HUGE LIAR!!

He has no web page, Asian gf, don't take vacations, unless he leaves the ghetto, or runs he's own business.

Wake up Who Dat.

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Feb 6, 2013
 
Jackson wrote:
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Basil's pretty hot!
Grazie amore mio :-*
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Feb 6, 2013
 
CHILDREN EXPLOITED IN OLYMPIC FACTORIES

By Chinese workers are being seriously exploited producing merchandise for next year's Olympic Games -

Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/news/159235/chil...

CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING THE Olympic Games continues this week, but this time the debate rages over the Games in Beijing next year.

A report by the TUC has revealed Chinese children as young as 12 are being forced to work punishing 15-hour days receiving less than the minimum wage to produce official Olympic merchandise for the event.

The workers who have been hired during the school holidays are making hats, bags, stationery and other products from 7.30am to 10.00pm. Workers in four Chinese factories were paid under the minimum wage, forced to work overtime far in excess of the legal limit and served with harsh fines should they counter their orders.

Campaigners from charity Playfair 08 are now insisting action is taken to guarantee that the London 2012 Olympics do not suffer a similar scandal.



General secretary for the Trade Union Council (TUC), Brendan Barber, who produced the evidence said:'Children and adult workers are being grossly exploited so that unscrupulous employers can make profit.' He added:'Their actions tarnish the Olympic deal, and we don't want more of the same when the Olympics come to London.'

The choice of Beijing to host next year's Olympics has already been criticised due to the poor human rights record of China's communist regime.

Spokesman Guy Ryder said:'We warned the International Olympic Committee that failure to take the necessary action would lead to situations such as these but unfortunately our call has been ignored.'

As the scandal in Beijing unfolds, working conditions for the London 2012 Olympics will be debated in Parliament today.


Maggie Burns, chair of the campaign group Labour Behind the Label, said:'There is no reason why London Olympic organisers cannot ensure a 'sweat-free' games, if they act now.'

Meanwhile Britain's richest man, Lakshmi Mittal, has come under fire as his workers who are employed in mines in Kazakhastan have accused the billionaire of cashing in on 'slave labour' conditions after many have died in accidents in the mines.(11 June 2007) So sad!
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Feb 7, 2013
 
Apple's Chinese workers treated 'inhumanely, like machines'

Investigation finds evidence of draconian rules and excessive overtime to meet western demand for iPhones and iPads

Apple iPads on sale in London: in China, half a million workers paid about 65p an hour can exceed the 60-hour week limit to cope with demand. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA



An investigation into the conditions of Chinese workers has revealed the shocking human cost of producing the must-have Apple iPhones and iPads that are now ubiquitous in the west.

The research, carried out by two NGOs, has revealed disturbing allegations of excessive working hours and draconian workplace rules at two major plants in southern China. It has also uncovered an "anti-suicide" pledge that workers at the two plants have been urged to sign, after a series of employee deaths last year.

The investigation gives a detailed picture of life for the 500,000 workers at the Shenzhen and Chengdu factories owned by Foxconn, which produces millions of Apple products each year. The report accuses Foxconn of treating workers "inhumanely, like machines".

Among the allegations made by workers interviewed by the NGOs – the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations and Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (Sacom)– are claims that:

&#9632; Excessive overtime is routine, despite a legal limit of 36 hours a month. One payslip, seen by the Observer, indicated that the worker had performed 98 hours of overtime in a month.

&#9632; Workers attempting to meet the huge demand for the first iPad were sometimes pressured to take only one day off in 13.

&#9632; In some factories badly performing workers are required to be publicly humiliated in front of colleagues.

&#9632; Crowded workers' dormitories can sleep up to 24 and are subject to strict rules. One worker told the NGO investigators that he was forced to sign a "confession letter" after illicitly using a hairdryer. In the letter he wrote: "It is my fault. I will never blow my hair inside my room. I have done something wrong. I will never do it again."

&#9632; In the wake of a spate of suicides at Foxconn factories last summer, workers were asked to sign a statement promising not to kill themselves and pledging to "treasure their lives".

Foxconn produced its first iPad at Chengdu last November and expects to produce 100m a year by 2013. Last year Apple sold more than 15m iPads worldwide and has already sold close to five million this year.

When the allegations were put to Foxconn by the Observer, manager Louis Woo confirmed that workers sometimes worked more than the statutory overtime limit to meet demand from western consumers, but claimed that all the extra hours were voluntary. Workers claim that, if they turn down excessive demands for overtime, they will be forced to rely on their basic wage: workers in Chengdu are paid only 1,350 yuan (£125) a month for a basic 48-hour week, equivalent to about 65p an hour.

Asked about the suicides that have led to anti-suicide netting being fitted beneath the windows of workers' dormitories, Woo said: "Suicides were not connected to bad working conditions. There was a copy effect. If one commits suicide, then others will follow."
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Feb 7, 2013
 
Protesters demonstrate outside an Apple store in Hong Kong on a day of remembrance for Foxconn workers who have committed suicide. Photograph: Mike Clarke/AFP
The spate of suicides made headlines around the world. Last May, seven young Chinese workers producing Apple iPads for consumers across the globe took their own lives, prompting an investigation into working conditions at the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, southern China.
Nine Chinese sociologists wrote an open letter to the media calling for an end to regimented and restrictive work practices which they condemned as "a model where fundamental human dignity is sacrificed for development".
One year on, swaths of anti-suicide netting surround the huge worker dormitories in Shenzhen. But an investigation by two NGOs reveals that many workers making iPhones and iPads for eager world markets are exploited and living a dismal life.
In Shenzhen and Chengdu a joint Foxconn workforce of 500,000 is providing the labour that, in the first quarter of 2011, contributed to Apple Inc net profit of $6bn (£3.6bn). Interviews with mainly migrant employees and managers have laid bare the dark side of those profits: a Dickensian world of work that would be considered shocking in the west.
The Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations and the human rights group Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (Sacom) have a track record in investigating the human cost of China's economic boom. The interviews they recently conducted in Shenzhen and Chengdu, which have been passed to the Observer, are sometimes heartrending.
"Sometimes my roommates cry when they arrive in the dormitory after a long day," one 19-year-old girl told investigators. "It's difficult to adapt to this work and hard to be away from your family."
Li (not her real name) arrived a few months ago to join the rapidly growing workforce at the newest factory opened by Foxconn, which is Apple's major supplier. She was attracted, like many of her colleagues, by government adverts promising work and good pay.
Apple is publicly committed to good employment practice. Its supplier code of conduct demands that employees in its supply chain are treated with respect and dignity. But Li claims that her experience has been one of illegally long hours and draconian rules for a basic daily wage of as little as £5.20. Like her, many Foxconn workers manage to go home only once a year.
For the first few days at the factory, Li said that she and her colleagues – most seem to be aged 18-20 – were put through military drills by former soldiers: "They made us do marching and standing still and walking. It was very boring."
The dormitories where she and most others live offer little comfort. Up to 24 people can share one room and the rules are strict, even prohibiting the use of a kettle or a hairdryer. One worker who did was forced to write a confession letter: "It is my fault. I will never blow my hair inside my room. I have done something wrong. I will never do it again."
Many workers interviewed claimed that they were regularly required to work far in excess of the 36 hours of overtime per month that Chinese law – and therefore international labour law – permits. At Chengdu it was claimed that anything between 60 and 80 hours of overtime a month was normal. One worker produced a payslip showing 98 hours of extra time in a single month – nearly three times the legal maximum and in breach of Apple's own code of conduct. The rule that employees should have one day off in seven is often flouted, some claimed.
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Others said that if they missed targets, they had to work through their lunch breaks to make up for it. When they do get a day off, they spend much of it catching up on sleep. During work, some employees claimed they were forbidden to speak to each other and some were forced to stand for hours without a break. Foxconn, a Fortune 500 company, does not deny it breaks the overtime laws, but claims that all overtime is voluntary.

Workers who step out of line can be publicly humiliated, it is alleged. "When a worker makes a mistake, when he talks or laughs loudly, he will be humiliated," a production worker said. "Sometimes you have to stand like a soldier in front of everybody. It is a loss of dignity and means an extra pressure for the worker."

A typical working day in Chengdu means getting up at 6.30am, catching a bus for the 30-minute ride to the factory at 7.10am and attending a compulsory – but unpaid – assembly at 8.10am, before starting work at 8.30am. Shifts, including overtime and breaks, end at 8.30pm. Night shifts follow a similar pattern; with demand for the iPad2 outstripping supply in many countries, this is a round-the-clock operation. Demand for the first iPad was so intense that workers claim they had to put in a seven-day week during peak production period.

"We only had a rest day every 13 days," claimed one. "And there was no overtime premium for weekends. Working for 12 hours a day really made me exhausted." Sacom says the company's initial response to the suicides was to bring in monks to exorcise evil spirits. The chief executive later suggested workers were committing suicide to secure large compensation payments for their families. Workers were even asked to sign a document promising not to commit suicide and pledging that if they did their families would not claim more compensation than the legal minimum.

Eventually, the company raised wages at Shenzhen, though it is currently switching much of its production to Chengdu, where it expects to eventually employ 200,000 people. There are about 400,000 workers at Shenzhen, a number expected to drop to around 300,000.

The company concedes that it has faced "some very challenging months for everyone associated with the Foxconn family and the loss of a number of colleagues to tragic suicides".

The anti-suicide nets, says Louis Woo, special assistant to the chairman, were suggested by psychologists and other suicide prevention experts. The anti-suicide pledge, Foxconn said, was the idea of the official employee labour union at a rally last year and was "dedicated to the promotion of treasuring your life". Critics point out that in China, unions are not independent bodies.

When the Observer challenged Woo over the NGOs' findings, he said the workers' criticisms were unduly harsh. Responding to the allegations of public humiliation, he said: "It is not something we endorse or encourage. However, I would not exclude that this might happen given the diverse and large population of our workforce. But we are working to change it."

Not all employees had to stand, he said, and there was no "ban" on talking in the factories. Instead, employees were "encouraged not to engage in conversations that may distract them from the attention needed to ensure accuracy and their own safety". NGO investigator Leontien Aarnoudse is unimpressed. Although Apple and Foxconn make enormous profits, she said, employees "work excessive overtime for a salary they can hardly live on while they are inhumanely treated by the management.

"The work is so monotonous and they are so young. When they start this job they have no idea what they are letting themselves in for. They don't have a social life any more. Their life is just working in a factory and that is it."
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VIETNAM: Trafficked workers exploited in China:
Photo: Alisa Tang/IRIN
Trafficked to work in a Chinese brick factory, Phan Van Lin returned to his family's farm in northern Vietnam near the Chinese border
THANH BINH, 22 November 2011 (IRIN)- Growing numbers of Vietnamese labourers are being trafficked to factories and plantations in China where they are exploited, according to the UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP).
When a woman visited Phan Quoc Suu and Phan Van Lin's farming village near the Chinese border with offers of well-paid work in China, the two young men suspected little.
"She was Chinese, but came from the same ethnic group as us, and she said that if we went with her, we would get high salaries," said Suu and Lin, who were 16 and 18, respectively, when they and three other young men from their village left in 2007.
"I recognized her face, but I did not know her personally," Lin said. "But we thought that since she came to the village so many times and she has relatives here, we could trust her."
She had promised each about US$200 every month - more than a quarter of the average annual salary for Vietnamese in 2007 - but when they arrived at a brick factory in the mountains of China's Guangdong province more than 900km away, they realized they had been deceived.
To avoid the beatings other workers suffered, Suu and Lin toiled each day from 5am to 7:30pm.
After two months, they had still not been paid. In the third month, Lin complained to the employer and was paid $80. He took the money and fled back home. Only in the sixth month did Suu manage with co-workers to pool enough cash to escape. He arrived at the border crossing to Vietnam empty-handed.
"When we heard people say this was a bad place and we were deceived, we were scared, but we did not know how to get away. We didn't have any money," Suu and Lin said.
"We continued to obey the guards and the employers, so we weren't beaten. The others who did not obey were beaten," Lin said. "We decided to stay until we got money and then find a way to escape."
Cheated and exploited
Following a 2008 law that requires better pay and benefits for nationals, Chinese factories are increasingly turning to foreign workers whom they can pay substantially less, according to a UNIAP report due to be published in December.
Some of these Vietnamese workers may receive contracts, travel papers, and even plane tickets and job training, only to be exploited and abused. Because Vietnamese law only recently recognized such labour abuses as trafficking, statistics on the numbers exploited are scarce.
Some 850,000 legal migrants leave their homes in Vietnam to work abroad each year, according to the government.
"A number of these migrants are trafficked by bad companies. They have their passports confiscated, they have their contracts violated. They are forced to do jobs different from what they agreed prior to departure. They have to work much longer hours," said Nguyen Ngoc Anh, UNIAP project coordinator in Vietnam.
By international standards, human trafficking is defined as "the recruitment, transport, receipt and harbouring of people for the purpose of exploiting them sexually or for labour".
Vietnam is not a signatory to the 2000 UN anti-trafficking protocol that defines how deception can turn a voluntary migrant into a trafficking victim.
"Once they end up in another country, instead of being a machine operator, they have to produce bricks. Instead of $10 a day, they get $2 a day. Instead of 9 to 5, it's 7am to 10pm. That's when trafficking occurs," Ngoc Anh said.
Focus on men
Until recently, Vietnamese law focused on women and children trafficked for sex and did not recognize men as victims of sexual violence or address labour exploitation, for either gender, according to UNIAP. In 2009, the penal code was amended from "trafficking in women and children" to address "trafficking in persons".
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Feb 7, 2013
 
From January, a new anti-trafficking law will be enforced, protecting male and female survivors of all types of trafficking.

According to Ngoc Anh, it is crucial that the government target human traffickers and employers, who at present escape unscathed.

"For employers who exploit workers, you can't do much. They [individuals and companies] may get some administrative fine, but that's it. They're not even criminally prosecuted," he said. "If we can fix the law to make it in line with international standards, it will address a number of issues. More traffickers will be prosecuted, and more victims provided with assistance."

Meanwhile, authorities are trying to increase awareness about human trafficking in border areas and other locations with vulnerable populations, said Nguyen Van Thai, head of the drugs and crime control office for the Lao Cai Province border military guard command near the Chinese border.

"The less people know about human trafficking, the more risks they face. If people know that there are a lot of tricks waiting for them in China, then they might not go," he said.
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Feb 7, 2013
 
Like I said, ole "ALPHA" love his gay ladyboys.

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Most of the girls on Ladyboy Kisses are from the Philippines (75%). I think the website has started to grow a reputation in the Philippines since the beginning, and even some of the staff are Filipinos. Word of mouth about the quality of the website, and it spread quick. Of course, Philippines is one of the country in the world that has the biggest population of ladyboys (with Thailand), but what makes it good is that Filipino ladyboys speak a far better English than Thai ladyboys.

The rest of the ladyboys on this dating site are mainly split between Thailand, USA and UK. Many come from Germany also. To my experience, Asian ladyboys who have relocated to Europe/USA also keep their account on this site, but there are also a bunch of caucasian ladyboys.

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Yeah, ole "ALPHA" really is number one in many areas. And I have posted so many of them since I've been on these threads for all to witness. I'm sure the rest is on CNN.....lol

Like recently, ole alpha hijacking a bus at gun point and taking kids as hostages, killing the bus driver, all because he's mad at the government.

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