Meta is a silicon valley giant that, as a corporate person, meets all the definitions of the main text of fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) as an antisocial entity, in as much as it can apply to an organization.
The DSM-5defines antisocial personality disorder as being characterized by at least three of the following traits:
(1) Failure to conform to social norms and laws, indicated by repeatedly engaging in illegal activities.
(2) Deceitfulness, indicated by continuously lying, using aliases, or conning others for personal gain and pleasure.
(3) Exhibiting impulsivity or failing to plan ahead.
(4) Irritability and aggressiveness, indicated by repeatedly getting into fights or physically assaulting others.
(5) Reckless behaviors that disregard the safety of others.
(6) Irresponsibility, indicated by repeatedly failing to consistently work or honor financial obligations.
(7) Lack of remorse after hurting or mistreating another person.
Our assertion is evidenced by Meta’s wilful blindness to the human trafficking that they are supporting. Read more here: How WhatsApp Provides Material Support to Human Traffickers, Scammers and Torturers
What does this likely diagnosis mean in practicality?
Aiding and Abetting International Human Trafficking and Organized Crime
Meta’s WhatsApp is a crucial tool used by Chinese Pig Butchering scammers to operate their multi-billion dollar a year financial and crypto scams. The explosive growth of this industry necessitates the mass kidnapping of naive south east asian, and other developing regions after luring them to Thailand, or neigboring countries, with the promise of lucrative telesales work. The victims then have their passports confiscated at the border of Cambodia, Myanmar or Laos, and they are beyond rescue.
If you receive a “wrong number” message through WhatsApp, it is very likely that you are now connected with one of these slaves.
Help pressure Meta into doing more to disrupt these human trafficking syndicates that are using WhatsApp, Facebook and other tools.
Report Suspected Human Trafficking Activities to one of the following organizations:
Mission 89 (Protecting Young Athletes Against Trafficking in the Name of Sport)
- +41 79 957 9202 (Switzerland)
- +33 625 39 9551 (France)
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
- (They can help direct you to the most appropriate resources in your area.)
Stop The Traffik
- +44 (0) 207 921 4258
Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE) Cambodia
- +855 92 311 511
Canadian Crime Stoppers
- 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
- +(57) 1 7563689
- 310 7561190
Atfal Mafkoda – Missing Children
Ac.Sé (Dispositif National d’Accueil et de Protection des Victimes de la Traite)
- + 33 4 92 15 10 51
- +353 1 8360292
- Confidential call-back service: text the word REACH to 50100
Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC)
Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad y Justicia de la Ciudad de México
- Human Trafficking National Helpline
- 01800 5533 000
- UNDC Mexico
The Centre Against Child Trafficking and Trafficking/Centrum tegen Kinderhandel en Mensenhandel (CKM)
Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT)
- Action line website: https://www.1343actionline.ph/
- Action line: 1343 (02-1343 if outside Metro Manila)
Support Network for Migrant and Discrimination Victims (APAV – Portuguese Association for Victim Support)
- English version: http://naoaotrafico.pt/en/
- +351 21 358 79 14 (weekdays from 10:00-13:00/14:00-18:00)
- International hotline: +3 8044 205 36 95
- National freephone hotline: 0 800 500 335 & 116 123
- National child freephone hotline: 0 800 500 225 & 116 111 (Monday to Friday)
Unseen/Modern Slavery Helpline
- 08000 121 700
National Human Trafficking Hotline
- 233733 (text)
Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation