Three governments are to blame for their irresponsibility in why we have the presence of juicy girls or prostitution around military posts here in South Korea. The Phillippine Government not working hard enough to create jobs for its poor. The South Korean Government not managing and controlling jobs given to immigrants. The United states Government for neglecting its responsibility to supervise its soldiers and not helping the victims.
Each of these governments have laws in place, yet have failed to enforce them.
Republic of the Philippines act no.9208, the State shall give highest priority to protect the people from
any threat of violence and exploitation, not only
to support trafficked persons but more importantly, to ensure their recovery,
rehabilitation and reintegration into the mainstream of society.
In 2004, South korea Passed the Anti-prostitution law prohibiting the buying and selling of sex and shutting down these brothels.
United States Federal Law requires all military posts to publish in general orders or bulletins whoever engages in prostitution shall be fined under title 18 part 1 ch. 67 sec 1384 or imprisoned.
Uniform Code of Military Justice under ART 133 prohibits public association with known prostitutes. refer also to ART 134.
The Exploitation of human beings in immoral and not in good standing with the relationship of locals and eachothers allies.
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