The Cocoa Plantations America’s CHOCOLATE Secret Forced Child Labor, Rape, Sodomy, Abuse of Children, Child Sex Trafficking, Child Organ Trafficking, Child Sex Slaves
The Chocolate Industries Well Kept Secret/Harkin - Engel Protocol
About the Book
Children working the cocoa plantations for America’s chocolate. Would you ever dream of such abuse happening to five-year-old boys and girls, children being worked worse than animals on the cocoa plantations to get the cocoa bean, the main ingredient in chocolate, to America. The cocoa beans are covered with the blood, sweat, and tears of five-year-old children sold for slave labor to work on the cocoa plantations. Everyone has limited freedoms, even in America. We protect our children. They don’t have to work on cocoa plantations like five-year-old children in Africa. What should we do about the children who are being abused? Laws are in place. The International Labor Organization, Convention laws, and the Convention of the Rights of the Child, these laws are not being enforced. American people want chocolate but are not aware of the abuse taking place on the Ivory Coast of Africa and Ghana, where 60 percent of the cocoa beans in the world are produced on the cocoa plantations. The cocoa plantations on the Ivory Coast of Africa and Ghana are noted as being the worst form of child slavery in the history of the world. Five-year-old children are working one hundred hours a week. Children are sold into slavery and will never have a childhood or education. Children working to get cocoa beans to America so the chocolate industries can produce chocolate while ignoring the laws in place. Five-year-old children are being raped, sodomized, beaten with bike chains, and possibly murdered trying to escape the cocoa plantations? Chocolate is a trillion-dollar industry. Five-year-old children are being used as child sex slaves, in sex trafficking, and organ trafficking? Why, America, why? Please help the children!
About the Author
I have several awards, and I have written six books with seven, eight, and nine on the way. I am a proud father who believes in the rights of children. I came across this matter concerning the cocoa plantations many years ago. I used to share it with the students I taught. My teaching approach was a little different since I saw the majority of children as being visual. I wanted to get them to see the importance of having an education. I would explain to them why they should value their education and not be in denial of receiving such a precious gift. I based my discussion of having an education from what I knew about the children on the Ivory Coast of Africa and Ghana, how they were not able to attain an education. I told them there were five-year-old children in Africa and Ghana who worked the cocoa plantations and would never see their father or mother again. I explained how they were kidnapped or sold to the cocoa plantation owners for life. Every parent who loves their child should be concerned about every child that crosses their path. I must stress my concerns of what the chocolate industry in America is trying hard to hide. The chocolate industry is trying to pretend they do not know about the rapes and sodomy of the five-year-old children in Africa and Ghana, child slaves on the cocoa plantation. The child sex trafficking, child sex slaves, child organ trafficking, the abuse and beatings and possible murders of five-year-old children—make no mistake, the chocolate industries are aware of what is happening. You have heard enough about me. My goal is to bring awareness to America’s well-kept secret: the cocoa plantations, a trillion-dollar mess.