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tom
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Saudi princess beats her slaves for kicks

Post by tom » July 25th, 2013, 4:07 am

http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-princess-ch ... 24983.html

She is charged with human trafficking, this is inaccurate, she should be charged with slavery.
Anyone in the Philippines has heard too many stories like this from those working in Saudi or UAE. These women get there rocks off by beating there slaves for no reason.
It does not get much coverage because she is a woman.




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Post by Jester » July 25th, 2013, 4:56 am

I could swear that there was recently another story about a Saudi or Gulf Arab getting bailed out for $5 million -- and in that particular case, anyway -- being allowed to leave the country!
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Post by polya » July 25th, 2013, 10:20 am

I think this would workinthe US - keep your employees on their toes with a good whip in your hand.
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Re: Saudi princess beats her slaves for kicks

Post by theprimebait » July 25th, 2013, 11:16 am

tom wrote:http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-princess-ch ... 24983.html

She is charged with human trafficking, this is inaccurate, she should be charged with slavery.
Anyone in the Philippines has heard too many stories like this from those working in Saudi or UAE. These women get there rocks off by beating there slaves for no reason.
It does not get much coverage because she is a woman.
Saudi arabs also treat Yemeni migrants in similar fashion.or they buy a yemeni woman from a impoverished family then abuse her and dump her to fend for herself. saudis are sick people,but you got nice ones too from the east coast.

its amazing the difference between a saudi and a yemeni,despite being so close to each other.
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Post by Renata » July 25th, 2013, 11:59 am

Damn! I posted a job offer I got awhile back to work with a high profile Saudi family as a private tutor for thier daughter, it was paying 900 GBP per week, I ended up not going because the job profile was alot like babysitting/tutor plus the accomdation provided was on their estate.

That's just wicked, why the heck will you treat people like that. The bail was 5 mil, I always though they had a system for setting bail but I guess it all about how much they can squeeze out of you
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