Forced Labor Article by Juntee Terrenal published @IdeasN ~ IdeasN was Selected as “Headline” at “The Forced Labor Daily”


By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

The Published article in “@IdeasN ~ IdeasN is a Headliner at The Forced Labor Daily’s Edition of March 2, 2016. The featured article was written by Juntee Terrenal with a title Imports Produced Through Forced Labor Can Be Stopped …

Please click on the image below to read the complete article and the contents of “The Forced Labor Daily”at Paper.Li.

@IdeasN ForcedLaborDaily Featured

As our token of appreciation for including us in their Paper.Li Magazine, we are returning the favor by featuring The Forced Labor Daily” and “@GildasSapiens in our ReloNavigator’s Newsletter.

The Forced Labor Daily is based in Briton, it is the Publisher of The #Authoritarianism, #Autocracy, #FalseFlag, #ForcedLabor, #FoxLies, #FreedomOfSpeech, #Oligarchy, & #PoliceState Dailies. It is one of the e-magazines through Paper.Li

@GildasSapiens, the Editor of the Forced Labor Daily can be reached via twitter; and its profile shows a Gildas Sapiens Blogspot link.

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One response

  1. EnjoyingBellingham | Reply

    Reblogged this on Enjoying Bellingham and commented:
    Forced or child labors are not acceptable. But where do you draw the line when there were no regulations that will enforce accountabilities?

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