Modern ‪#‎Slavery‬ defined.

Modern ‪#‎Slavery‬ defined.

Your ‪#‎birthcertificate‬ makes you the ‪#‎legal‬ property of the state and is your first enslavement at birth.
You are forced to go to school and suffer the education of false history.
Upon getting a ‪#‎mortgage‬ your home is the property of the ‪#‎bank‬, you must work to pay this ‪#‎debt‬ or loose your home.
Upon attainting ‪#‎employment‬ you are forced to work without proper renumeration or appreciation of circumstance or ‪#‎liberty‬.
The ‪#‎benefit‬ claimant is the property of the state and is forced to obey them.
The vulnerable and needy are slaves to the ‪#‎benefits‬ system as it enslaves their freedoms and life choices.
Our ‪#‎children‬ living on the streets and in care homes against their will are enslaved.
Our ‪#‎government‬ is a ‪#‎slave‬ to the ‪#‎corporations‬ as they obey them via the use of money.

In all of these situations one is controlled by another!

especially in the past should be removed from the definitions as it makes no logical sense as assumes that slavery is a thing of the past when it clearly is not.

slave |sleɪv| noun
(especially in the past) a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them. he killed the natives or turned them into slaves.
• a person who works very hard without proper remuneration or appreciation: by the time I was ten, I had become her slave, doing all the housework.
• a person who is excessively dependent upon or controlled by something: the poorest people of the world are slaves to the banks | she was no slave to fashion.
• a device, or part of one, directly controlled by another: [ as modifier ] : a slave cassette deck. Compare with master1.
verb [ no obj. ]
work excessively hard: after slaving away for fourteen years all he gets is two thousand.
• [ with obj. ] subject (a device) to control by another: should the need arise, the two channels can be slaved together.

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