“Human Trafficking” Sex Sting on Bourbon Street Predictably Nets ZERO Human Trafficking Cases
Only days ago, The New Modern Man carved up a recent Texas “human trafficking” campaign like a roast, exposing it as another attempt by an immoral government at fostering an anti-sex moral crusade. A uniquely Anglo-American, neo-Puritan crusade intended to destroy sexual options for lonely men by blowing the supposed harm done by prostitution (and recreational drugs) completely out of proportion.
On the heels of the Texas story, we find the Big Easy not taking it so easy on people looking for a good time in what is supposed to be a party town. This week, Puritan-minded New Orleans police went door to door busting strip clubs and bars for “lewd activity” and women offering customers sexual satisfaction rather than the normal case of blue balls they receive at American strip clubs. New Orleans Police Department Supervisor Michael Harrison boldly told the press:
“The reason for this was to end human trafficking in New Orleans, and this is our first step. If anyone chooses to create victims because of the profit they make because of human trafficking, we’re coming for them.”
There’s only one problem with this bold statement. The “human trafficking” operation on Bourbon Street predictably netted ZERO cases of human trafficking. Probably because the entire operation is a front so Police State USA can micromanage its subjects’ sex lives and make fucking for money sound much more sinister than it actually is. The human trafficking narrative is shoddy at best, and intended to oppress the citizenry (especially men who want to avoid the scam that is modern marriage) at worst. Even mainstream mierda outlet WGNO contradicted law enforcement moral crusaders’ claims:
Although the press conference was billed as an announcement about human trafficking at the eight clubs, no human trafficking arrests were announced.
But, prudish police were still able to pull the liquor licenses of eight establishments and claim around 30 girls were offering sex for hire. (What ever happened to My Body, My Choice? Is that campaign only valid for killing the unborn?) Police even went so far as to say strippers offering customers a sexual release were endangering the public. How they twisted logic into that pretzel remains a mystery.
Police say arrests for soliciting for prostitution are forthcoming, as any type of sexual deviancy is apparently permissible in modern America (mutilating one’s genitals with transgenderism, gay men swapping out partners until 3 a.m., etc.) EXCEPT heterosexual sex for hire. As The Advocate writes:
New Orleans Police Department and the state Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control said Monday that this month’s raids uncovered multiple instances of prostitution, drug use and “lewd acts” at the clubs.
So, which clubs were busted?
Eight strip clubs on or near Bourbon Street had their liquor licenses pulled over the past two weeks: Scores, Dixie Divas, Stilettos, Rick’s Sporting Saloon, Temptations, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Barely Legal, Hunk Oasis and Rick’s Cabaret.
The widespread nature of sex for hire exposed by this half-assed operation basically means women are going to offer to fuck for money no matter how much meddling the police force does in people’s personal lives.
Interestingly, only heterosexual clubs featuring female dancers clubs were busted for prostitution. (Probably because women don’t fuck for free. Reference Briffault’s Law.) No gay clubs were busted, which of course hints at bias from law enforcement. (Gays are also lionized in a latent homosexual Anglo culture, as scholar Rookh Kshatriya has pointed out.) Continuing from The Advocate:
All of those clubs are accused of allowing prostitution on their property except for Hunk Oasis, whose dancers are men, according to the violation notices served on the clubs. Three of the clubs — Hunk Oasis, Stilettos and Dixie Divas — were cited after undercover officers were offered marijuana, and Rick’s Cabaret was cited after an undercover officer was offered cocaine, authorities said.
Those familiar with the prudishness of Anglo culture know well its myopic views on recreational drugs and recreational heterosexual sex, i.e. both are verboten and are tools of the devil.
A 2016 story from ABC 13 reveals New Orleans city leaders’ ultimate goal is to destroy adult entertainment once and for all on the famous venue:
There are currently 14 adult clubs on Bourbon Street and city commissioners propose halving that number through attrition and revoking clubs’ licenses.
The War on Sex is a curious one in Anglo America. And it’s becoming stranger with each passing year as the culture lunges backwards in time to the Victorian Era legally while simultaneously trying to make women as slutty as possible.
Of course, the raids are unpopular as anyone can see for themselves by reading comments sections following mainstream news reporting on the matter. WWL-TV in New Orleans even featured an adult entertainer in their reporting who blasted the sting operation.
“I am close to my family, I’m a dog owner, I’m an aerialist, and I also have a full-time job in public health,” Alison Huddleston said.
“For me dancing is a really important side hustle.”
Huddleston also contradicted the standard “females are being victimized” racket Police State USA regularly likes to throw out at press conferences.
“We’re here to provide entertainment, and that’s what we do it’s not seedy, we’re not doing this out of desperation. These raids don’t make us feel safe. Having law enforcement come into your work place makes you feel like a criminal.”
Indeed, having American cops meddle in your sex life, cockblocking you before a girl willingly spreads her legs for you, or barging into your hotel room/bedroom and prying you off another willing adult you’re having sex with certainly has a way of making one feel like a criminal. And, that American law enforcement is out of control.
Worse, these moral crusade raids disguised as “human trafficking” Captain America saves the day type operations come as the city ramps up for Mardi Gras, a weeks-long party centered around Bourbon Street. Women famously flash their tits at these parties. How long before moral crusaders start rounding women up for that?
On a personal note, I just came from Colombia where prostitution and recreational drugs are either fully legal or decriminalized. Seeing this shabby attempt at creating another prohibition in Anglo America out of the largely fake menace posed by human trafficking only further estranges me from Anglo culture. Seriously, fuck this place.
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