Ezili Danto of the mistreatment of women. Original Source: ezilidanto.com
The Sexual abuse and rape culture in the faux-liberal entertainment industry
Bartering Sex for Food; Jobs and Fame for sex
In Haiti, it's an authority figure with a gun, a United Nations soldier, bartering food for sex.
In Hollywood, it's a super-producer bartering fame, money, and jobs for sex.
It's the same soul-destroying indignity for the victims.
Some would say one category just gets paid better and might be able to amass enough inner power and material luxuries, 30-year later, to speak up, name one name, when a crowd also speaks up.
Sexual abuse, exploitation, and rape by the powerful against vulnerable children, women, and men in Haiti is a terrible crime and scourge. It's the norm since the charitable industrial complex arrived to bring the natives charity and the United Nations multi-national forces landed to protect them in Haiti.
The enablers of sexual rape, assault, and colonial plunder are beribboned philanthropists, crowned in status-quo respectability.
The Destroyers who plunder the starving are career diplomats, the veteran ministers, good-will ambassadors, "do-gooding" luminaries with access to money, power, and media.
The enablers are the white charitable industrial complex honchos and the governments of the 193 countries in the United Nations who turn a blind eye. Watch Weaponized Charity: Haiti Child Trafficking Hub Exposed.
In the Hollywood entertainment and music industry, people know that there is a culture of impunity for sexual assault and misconduct there that's akin to the Clinton Foundation's pay to play.
It's "put out-to-play." And this enforced prostitution in the entertainment industry is being highlighted by the Weinstein case.
From my perspective, this dis-empowerment of white women is not unlike the bartering system that high-profile international politicians and media enablers force upon sexually abused Haiti children and peoples through their racism, dismissive narratives, resource plunders and enabling colonialism.
Transactional Sex: Pay to Play
On October 5, 2017, New York Times broke the Harvey Weinstein story. Exposing nearly 30-years of mistreating and objectifying women as sex objects. He disrespected women, sexually harassed them, rape them and offered them explicit work-for-sex deals.
At least three women told the New York Times they were raped by the Hollywood studio head and super producer.
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