Just as when Auschwitz and Treblinka were in operation, few people today are paying attention to the mass annihilation of countless hundreds of thousands of women and girls in the worldwide rape mills. These females are the seed corn of struggling Eastern European nations: 1 in 5 has a university degree, and most of the others are at least trying to get a university education. They answer bogus job offers which lead to sex slavery in hopes of having enough money to finish their higher education. Instead, they end up dead, insane, crippled or in halfway houses far from home. Only when this issue becomes a drumbeat among humane citizens in all informed and educated countries will concrete action ever be taken to stop this enormous destruction of human lives and potential.
Despite what P. Pray said about Malarek's book, it is well-researched. Malarek travelled extensively and interviewed numerous people in the Czech Republic, including the Czech/German border area which is apparently an entire region given over to mob-controlled sex slavery, heavily guarded by many on-the-take Czech cops. P. Pray is probably in the 'Natasha' business himself.....think about this book, and the victims it describes, the next time you hear a guy making veiled leering comments about his trip to Prague/Berlin/Amsterdam/Munich/Moscow/Dubai/Greece/Istanbul/Bangkok/Manila/Vegas/Atlantic City.....read this book and you'll realize that when Anne Frank said that people were generally good at heart, that she'd spent too much time in the attic. As an Army officer, I was especially shocked and saddened by the descriptions of girls being repeatedly and routinely raped, traded and sold by US servicemen and contractors in Bosnia, Kosovo and South Korea, with the knowledge and complicity of senior US commanders. I had heard soldiers making sniggering comments about "juicy bars" in the Balkans and Korea; now I know what they were referring to. And this is the Army/Marine Corps full of self-styled "God-fearing Christians" which fights for "freedom" in Iraq and elsewhere?! "How can Satan cast out Satan?" If God punishes the perpetrators of slavery and industrialized rape, then the US and many other states are in for some serious retribution......
Given the ubiquity of the governmental, bureaucratic and NGO corruption described by Malarek, the only probable solutions to the sex slave trade are 1) general social awareness of the crimes within countries able to press politically for solutions, as well as source nations of trafficked women; 2) AGGRESSIVE acts like economic sanctions by states like the US against nations like Germany, Greece, Italy, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, et al which are either exporting their females for sex slavery, or importing them; and 3) the "Medellin solution": emulation of the Columbians who destroyed Pablo Escobar's criminal drug-trafficking empire by tracking and executing large numbers of those connected with the drug trade which undermined Columbian society. Widespread resistance networks of victims' families, their friends and sympathizers, and patriotic citizens in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, the Baltic states and other afflicted countries, ready and eager to kill pimps, procurers, mob accountants and bankers, as well as those who knowingly abuse sex slaves, would dramatically gain world attention to the trade. Especially if American johns were the ones being shot or stabbed!
"A gun not words is needed" --Ilya Ehrenburg, after the liberation of Maidanek extermination camp, 1944