Persuasive Speech: Human Trafficking

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English Coursework: Human Trafficking (Educate & Persuasive Speech)
 Freedom is a short, powerful word we take for granted every day. It’s hard to fully appreciate freedom when we’ve never had it snatched away from us. We get to choose our jobs, where we live, what we eat. If we are unhappy at work, we have the freedom to quit and find work elsewhere. 
 Unfortunately, some people aren’t so lucky. They live the majority of their lives without ever experiencing freedom due to modern day slavery. Millions of men, women and children are being kidnapped, mistreated and sometimes even murdered all to industrialised cheap or free labor and sexual pleasure. It’s happening right here, right now, in countries all over the world, don’t think it does not…show more content…
Trafficking primarily involves oppression which comes in many forms, including forcing victims into prostitution, turning victims to slavery or involuntary enslavement and captivating victims into committing inappropriate acts for videography. Everyday, we wake up to our lives, having the fortune to be able to have a maid working for us, a part time cleaner helping us, have everything right under our noses. But we never considered the impact it can cause. Those people that you call ‘maid’, could be in a life or death situation, without the basic necessities of life and is a victim of human trafficking, losing all control and forced to work for you, but is still…show more content…
A woman, a man, a child is a human that wants to be free from this cruel agenda. We all have the same capacity, degree and level to feel pain and have the rights from being free from suffer, pain and torture. Victims of human trafficking are just human beings who could be like us, who would’ve become a good person and have the potential to do good deeds, if it wasn’t for Human Trafficking. Human Trafficking has caused too many humans to endure pain. It’s time that we take action. I believe that everyone of us can help these innocent people. Therefore this is why we should never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. I know that doing this is surely more difficult than simple talking. But there are ways to stop Human Trafficking, like Obama said “The change we seek will not come easy, but we can draw strength from the movements of the past. For we know that every life saved — in the words of that great Proclamation — is 'an act of justice'; worthy of 'the considerate judgment of mankind, and the gracious favour of Almighty God.” Together WE CAN make a place where the world is purer and the angels are cleaner, a place where humans finally have freedom. Everyone here in this room, in this world have the power to do so. If WE are willing to just use our little yet powerful hands, mouth
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