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    Europe’s Forgotten ‘Hitler’ Killed Over 10 Million Africans — But the west Erased it From History

    Most people have no idea of who is pictured above, but you should. The sight of this man should cause a similar revulsion to that of seeing Mussolini, Mao, Stalin or Hitler, as he committed an African genocide that resulted in the killing of over 10 million people in the Congo.

    His name is King Leopold II of Belgium.

    Most of people never learned about him in school, and have also most likely never heard about him in the media either. This is because he’s not included in the popular narrative of oppression (which includes things like U.S. slavery and the Holocaust).

    King Leopold II is part of an ongoing history of colonialism, imperialism, slavery, and genocide in Africa that would clash with the popular social narratives taught in our school system today. It doesn’t fit neatly into school curriculums where, paradoxically, it is looked down upon to make overtly racist statements. However, it’s quite fine not to talk about a genocide perpetrated by European capitalist monarchs that killed over 10 million Congolese.

    Belgium’s King Leopold II ran a personal empire so vast and cruel, it rivaled – and even exceeded – the crimes of even some of the worst dictators of the 20th century.

    When Leopold II ascended to the throne in 1865, he ruled with the kind of gentle hand that Belgians wanted from their king after the democratization of the country in the wake of the multiple revolutions and reforms. He had great ambitions of building an overseas empire, and was convinced, like most statesmen of his time, that a nation’s greatness was directly proportional to the resources it could extract from those colonies.

    He disguised his business transactions as “philanthropic” and “scientific” efforts under the banner of the International African Society and used slave labor to extract Congolese resources and services. His reign was enforced through work camps, body mutilations, torture, executions, and his own private army.

    The empire was known as the Congo Free State, and Leopold II stood as its undisputed slave master. For almost 30 years, rather than being a regular colony of a European government, Congo was administered as the property of Leopold II for his personal enrichment.

    The world’s largest plantation, registering at 76 times the size of Belgium, possessed rich mineral and agricultural resources and lost nearly half of its population by the time the first census counted only 10 million people living there in 1924.

    Interestingly, when we learn about Africa in the U.S., we learn about a caricatured Egypt, the HIV epidemic, the surface level effects of the slave trade, and if you went to a good school perhaps something about South African Apartheid. We also see lots of pictures of starving children on commercials, safaris on animal shows and we see pictures of vast savannahs and deserts in films and movies.

    What we don’t learn about is the Great African War or Leopold’s Reign of Terror during the Congolese Genocide. Leopold II essentially turned Congo into his own personal part-plantation, part-concentration camp, part-Christian ministry, and yet history fails to retell the lessons of his tyrannical endeavor.

    It seems that when you kill ten million Africans — you aren’t called ‘Hitler’, your name never comes to symbolize the living incarnation of evil, and your picture doesn’t produce fear, hatred, and sorrow — rather your crimes are simply swept under the historical rug and the victims of colonialism/imperialism remain forever voiceless.

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    Facebook Has Created A Generation Of Narcissists

    Social media has shaped mass culture in an enormous way possible. It has changed everything! Social media has changed the way we communicate with one another it has turned an entire generation into narcissists. People are not concerned with world issues anymore. The majority of us are content spending our free time taking deceptive selfies and editing them in order to make ourselves more attractive so that we can post then all over our social media accounts.

    Social media has taken over our lives and we pick and choose the things to post in order to make our lives seem a little less meaningless and more fulfilled. We are self-centered in all ways possible. Most teenagers never even leave their rooms, finding joy simply watching television and playing on their smartphones. Some people claim we are more connected thanks to social media but in some ways we are more separated, more broken.

    Social media platforms are overflowing with masses of individuals competing with one another for followers, shares, likes, re-tweets, and things along those lines. Of course, there are some small level activities and tiny percentages of people who do not have hidden intentions with social media but the bad outweigh the good on a large scale.

    We make ourselves out to be who we want to be on our social media accounts rather than who we are. Extreme focus on ourselves like this has led to self-obsession. This is not simply taking too many pictures of ourselves, this is promoting ourselves as someone we are not for popularity we will never truly have. Sharing things gets you noticed it makes you valid in a world taken over by social media.

    Do you get excited when you notice someone share or retweet a post you made? When something like this happens our brains often release a small rush of dopamine that could be comparable to a tiny hit of cocaine. Why does social media matter so much? People are begging for likes and follows I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen the hashtags “#likeforlike” or “#follow4follow.” Social media can be a great thing but not the way we are currently using it.

    We yearn for validation and need to affirm our egos in any way that we can. I could scroll through my Facebook feed and spout off at least ten instances of self-obsession within the first sixty seconds of looking. The government knows exactly what they are doing. They know exactly what they are doing.

    They are creating a world of self-obsessed narcissists who will believe anything they say and don’t care enough about anything but themselves to take action against those causing issues. We are not pawns, wake up! Please take the time to watch the video below.

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    Why Highly Intelligent People Have Poor Social Skills

    If ignorance is bliss, is intelligence a curse? Are there any downsides to being highly intelligent? Intellectual capabilities are by far the greatest of gifts that a human being can possess. But the reality is: some of us are born smarter than others; some of us have higher than normal intelligence; and some of us, who are highly intelligent, are cursed in many ways.

    Most of us don’t know there’s a neurological correlation between being socially awkward and being highly intelligent. While reasoning comes easy to highly intelligent people, most of us with a high IQ experience a degree of social apprehension, lack social skills, and are branded socially incapacitated geniuses.

    It’s not because highly intelligent people are social fools, but because they see the world on an entirely different level than the rest of us. People who are socially anxious are usually highly intelligent and vice versa. Here’s why being highly intelligent is both a blessing and a curse:

    1.They overthink responses

    Highly intelligent people have a keen eye for detail. They are overthinkers who constantly analyze everything happening in their life and beyond. They tend to ponder what they/others say/do and contemplate conclusions/solutions for a long time, which eventually interferes with their interpersonal relationships. By over-analyzing things, moreover, they distance themselves from mainstream conversations they think have little face value.

    2. They constantly self-doubt

    “The problem with today’s world is that while intelligent people are full of doubts, the stupid ones are very self-confident” Charles Bukowski

    As they possess a rather objective view, highly intelligent people are more self-conscious, have a higher degree of self-awareness, and constantly doubt themselves. Being hyper self-aware makes these individuals super conscious, critical, and judgmental in a social setting. They forget to go with the flow and get frustrated in social interactions.

    3.They have high standards

    Highly intelligent people know exactly what they want, what they talk, and what they do in every area of life. This is why they tend to have high expectations, both from themselves and from those around them. They know how to deal with logical situations, but social situations are not logical. When their expectations face the raw reality of life and people with average intelligence, they get anxious.

    4.They detest small talk

    “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people” Anonymous

    Ordinary people gossip, laugh at each other, do stupid things for fun, and discuss mundane things like food, cosmetics, and soccer to keep a conversation going. Highly intelligent people find themselves out of place while socializing as they can’t summon up the enthusiasm to join in everyday conversations.

    5.They are aware of your state of mind

    Brianna Wiest, American writer and founder of Soul Anatomy, says “highly intelligent people are highly attuned to how someone is thinking, feeling or perceiving a situation, a little bit beyond what would be appropriate and healthy to function without over-thinking, worrying and trying to react to someone’s perceived state of mind, rather than the reality they are presenting”. As a result, all they can think about is how much they’d like to escape.

    6.They suffer from general anxiety

    Psychiatrists at SUNY Downstate Medical Centre in New York have found that higher levels of intelligence and increased levels of anxiety are linked. An anxious mind is constantly examining ideas, information, and experiences from multiple angles simultaneously. Thus, highly intelligent people find social engagement too overwhelming.

    7.They are well-guarded

    Highly intelligent people think analytically, even when it comes to things like interpersonal relationships. They have a harder time opening up because their analytical brain never stops reflecting back on past situations where they survived a not-so-pleasant experience.

    8.They hide their vulnerabilities

    Highly intelligent people learn from their mistakes and change their behavior in response to failures. However, this cautious attitude robs them of essential social skills. No one wants to interact with someone who is unwilling to share their experiences; someone who inadvertently sends a signal that they are cold or distant; someone who never failed.

    9.They get obsessive

    When highly intelligent people open up to topics that interest them, they become so heated and enthusiastic they tend to monopolize the conversation and appear as aggressively opinionated, know-it-all, and angry.

    10.They can’t avoid conflict

    Highly intelligent people often end up in conflict with others because they unintentionally begin correcting others; act as an overly argumentative debater, and start being intellectually competitive in social conversations. These people are so brainy and on a different wavelength that it interferes with their ability to relate to others.


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    World-Famous Physicist Drops Bombshell “God” Discovery… Atheists Will NOT Like This

    World-Famous Physicist Drops Bombshell “God” Discovery… Atheists Will NOT Like This

    Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku claimed that he found evidence that God exists back in 2016, and his reasoning has caused a stir in the scientific community.

    When responding to a question about the meaning of life and God, Kaku said that most physicists do believe in a God because of how the universe is designed. Ours is a universe of order, beauty, elegance and simplicity.

    He explained the universe didn’t have to be this way — it could have been ugly and chaotic. In short, the order we see in the universe is evidence of a Creator.

    “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence,” the physicist said, according to Science World Report. “Believe me, everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore. To me it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance.”

    Kaku, one of the creators and developers of the revolutionary String Theory, came to his conclusions with what he calls primitive semi-radius tachyons, which are theoretical particles that have the ability to “unstick” matter or the vacuum space between particles, leaving everything in the universe free from any influence from the surrounding universe.

    The physicist explained that God is like a mathematician, which is similar to what Albert Einstein believed.

    This idea isn’t new for Kaku. In an article for Big Think, he wrote that his String Theory was based on the idea that we are “reading the mind of God.”

    Watch Kaku in a video explaining his theory below:

    These ideas will no doubt make atheist heads explode, because the more intelligent people come to accept that there is a God, the more atheists will look foolish.

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    What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Pork

    What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Pork

    Pigs eat and drink the most disgusting things you can imagine, like urine, feces, and rotten foods. But the worst part is that the toxins they consume can’t be eliminated from their bodies, so they build up in their fat cells and organs, and you deposit these toxins in your own body when you consume pork.

    Yersinia enterocolitica is a hazardous microorganism which can be found in the body of pigs. It causes sickness, fever, cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea. Another contaminant found in pigs’ bodies is Ractopamine which can even cause death when consumed.

    The pigs’ intestines is the residence of Taenia solium which causes contamination of your tissues and loss of appetite. The parasitic roundworm Trichinella causes edema, malaise, myalgia, and fever. Menangle infection on the other hand causes migraine, sweating, and chills. The Hepatitis E viral irritation causes fatigue and nausea.

    To avoid all of these health problems, the intestinal parasites in pigs needs to be destroyed. This can be achieved by cooking the pork at high temperatures. Raw pork mustn’t be put together with products which can be consumed raw. Always wash your hands after touching raw pork, and when you purchase pork meat, make sure it has no chemicals, ractopamine, anti-toxins, and medication in it.

    However, even when the pork is properly cooked, the doubt about this meat still exists as pigs consume many substandard foods and there bodies are riddled with parasites. More consumption of pork means risk of more diseases. Pigs from factory farms are those generally used in the production of pork.

    But most factory farms don’t offer clean pastures, sufficient sunlight, and access to clean air. Instead of green grass, they give pigs anti-infection agents and medications as food, chemical slop which makes them grow, become obese, and age faster. This in turn, raises their market value.

    Pigs from most farms live surrounded by their urine, feces, and vomit. This unhealthy environment makes them breathe in lethal gas and develop a devastating skin disease called mange. The ammonia present in their urine and feces makes them develop pneumonia before being slaughtered.

    This is the life story of the animal you are eating when you are consuming pork. You should always research the origin of pork you plan to buy.

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    Snake bites man, man bites wife because he wanted to die together

    A man in Bihar was bitten by a venomous snake. After he was bitten by the snake, the man bit his wife in the wrist.

    The man’s last wish was to die together with his wife, and to make it happen, he tried his best but the woman was luckily saved by doctors.

    However, the man died, according to a Gulf News report. The incident happened in Samastipur district on Saturday.


    Resident of Birsingpur village — Shankar Rai — was asleep when a lethal snake bit him. Upon waking up, he found his condition deteriorating and suddenly turned emotional.

    When Shankar realised that he won’t make it through, he went up to his wife Amiri Devi and bit her hands saying that he loved her very much and wanted to depart this world together.

    After Shankar bit his wife Amiri, both fell unconscious.


    Soon the couple was rushed to a local hospital where Shankar died soon but the doctors managed to save Amiri.

    “The woman could be saved as her treatment began on time. She is safe now,” a local medical practitioner Dr Jaykant told the local media on Monday.

    According to Amiri Devi, her husband dug his teeth into her wrist. He wished to die together and also wanted to remain united even in afterlife, but his last wish wasn’t fulfilled.

    “He told me he loved me too much and want to die together before grabbing my wrist and sinking his teeth into it. I allowed him to do so,” the woman told the media.

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    New U.S. Study says Gay People are not ‘Born that Way’, Sexual Orientation Not Fixed

    The issue of sexual orientation has been a very controversial issue since nations in the West began to recognize Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) rights.

    An important part of the current LGBT debate is the belief that sexual orientation is predetermined by biology. Therefore, if a person has no choice over whether to be gay or not, society cannot demand that he or she becomes ‘straight’. This is a sound and reasonable argument.  Indeed, society cannot force people to change from something they have no control over.

    On the other hand, the ‘born that way’ argument has been disputed by some people. A latest cross-discipline study published in the journal New Atlantis has challenged the belief that human sexuality and gender identity are determined by biology and remains fixed. The New Atlantis journal focuses on political, societal and ethical ramifications of technological advances.

    The study, carried out by two researchers from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, revealed that there is no scientific proof of sexual orientation being fixed. The researchers said the objective of their study is to draw the attention of the public to mental health problems of the LGBT community. The study cautioned against drastic medical treatment for transgender children.

    According to the study, regardless of its political worth, the “born this way” notion by the LGBT community is not backed up by sufficient scientific data. But the study did not conclude or state that being gay is a choice. It merely said stating the opposite may be wrong.

    The study, a 144-page paper, was written by Dr. Lawrence S. Mayer, an epidemiologist and biostatistician also trained in psychiatry, who is currently a scholar in residence at the Department of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Paul R. McHugh, who also co-wrote the paper is a renowned psychiatrist, researcher, and educator and former chief of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

    Dr. Mayer said many people who contributed to the study asked not to be identified. The anonymity they requested is to protect them from a potential backlash from those who would disagree with the study. He admitted the study may stir controversy among both pro and anti-LGBT people.

    “Some feared an angry response from the more militant elements of the LGBT community; others feared an angry response from the more strident elements of religiously conservative communities. Most bothersome, however, is that some feared reprisals from their own universities for engaging such controversial topics, regardless of the report’s content—a sad statement about academic freedom,” Dr. Mayer said.

    The paper’s three sections focus on sexual orientation, links between sexuality and mental health, and gender identity.  Drawing on studies in fields varying from neurobiology to social sciences, the researchers wrote: “The understanding of sexual orientation as an innate, biologically fixed property of human beings – the idea that people are ‘born that way’ – is not supported by scientific evidence.”

    The study stated that even the term ‘sexual orientation’ itself is ambiguous. The term, according to the study, is used to describe attraction, behavior or identity by different researchers. Sometimes, the same term refers to things such as belonging to a certain community or having certain fantasies.

    The study said: “It is important, then, that researchers are clear about which of these domains are being studied, and that we keep in mind the researchers’ specified definitions when we interpret their findings.”

    The researchers acknowledged in the study that there are biological factors associated with sexual behavior, but pointed out that there are no compelling causal biological explanations for human sexual orientation. For example, some studies have showed that there are differences in the brain structures of gay and straight people. But the study said the differences are not necessarily innate, and may be the result of environmental or psychological factors.

    “The strongest statement that science offers to explain sexual orientation is that some biological factors appear, to an unknown extent, to predispose some individuals to a non-heterosexual orientation,” the study said.

    Explaining further, the researchers revealed LGBT individuals are statistically at greater risk of having mental health problems than the general population. The researchers said in the United States for example, the rate of lifetime suicide attempts across all ages of transgender individuals is estimated at 41%, compared to under 5% in the overall population of the country.  The usually accepted explanation for this is social stress from discrimination and stigma, but the study said that those factors may not solely explain the disparity and that more scientific research on the issue is necessary.


    The paper added that the notion that gender identity is fixed and determined by biological factors is also not backed up by data. More scientific data is also needed to back this claim, according to the researchers.

    “In reviewing the scientific literature, we find that almost nothing is well understood when we seek biological explanations for what causes some individuals to state that their gender does not match their biological sex,” the authors said.

    Concluding the study, the researchers warned against resorting to drastic medical treatment such as sex-reassignment surgery for people identified or identifying as transgender. The researchers said their warning is especially true in children, whose sexuality is mutable and for whom such treatments may do more harm than good.

    “There is little scientific evidence for the therapeutic value of interventions that delay puberty or modify the secondary sex characteristics of adolescents, although some children may have improved psychological well-being if they are encouraged and supported in their cross-gender identification. There is no evidence that all children who express gender-atypical thoughts or behavior should be encouraged to become transgender,” the researchers said.

    The researchers finally noted that their study touches upon controversial issues, insisting that first and foremost, it is about science and the need for additional evidence in the field. They encouraged western societies to accept the study from a scientific point of view, and not by emotions and personal beliefs.

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    You may be familiar with the name “Rothschild” as it is synonymous with what is believed to be the wealthiest family known to exist on the planet of Earth. The estimated net worth of the families holding (including investment and years old companies) is believed to be near a 2 trillion dollar mark. If you were to add up the wealthiest names in business in the year of 2016 according to their worth, the Rothschild’s wealth is at least five times the amount of the top eight leaders in this respect.

    Listed below are the 8 billionaires along with their estimated wealth, which combined equals $426.2 billion.

    Bill Gates – $75 b

    Amancio Ortega – $67 b

    Warren Buffett – $60.8 b

    Carlos Slim Helu – $50 b

    Jeff Bezos – $45.2 b

    Mark Zuckerberg – $44.6 b

    Larry Ellison – $43.6 b

    Michael Bloomberg – $40 b

    With names like Gates and Buffet, Zuckerberg, Bloomberg, and Ellison, the Rothschild’s still have more money than them combined. We are talking billionaires, and when you own major corporations that create wealth, you’d expect these families to be wealthy. What if this wealth was gained unethically? This is the question.

    Radio talk show host Alex Jones made a great film in which he depicts this transfer of wealth to the Rothschild’s as being done unethically. The film is titled “Endgame” and is a must watch to better understand these “globalist’s” and maybe their plans for a one-world domination? Names like Soros, the Rockefellers, Hitler’s relation to the globalist’s and the timeline of these globalists are all spelled out in this film.

    Ethically, if you have a company and you provide a product or service, and this creates a type of wealth for the company, in respect, most people would agree that’s done ethically. What the Rothschild’s did was to lie to the “stock market” of their times about the war, and buy all shares of profits from the people in their country. By doing this unethical practice, this gained the Rothschild’s wealth unimaginable and made them owners of the country of France.

    This event would give the Rothschild’s the ability to form new “secretive” groups that exist to this day in 2017, that seek to bring all of the worlds into a New World Order in which the wealthiest people become rulers of all things globally. Mankind seeks to stay an independent person and nations seek to stay independent from this world government extending into the year of 2017.

    With Bilderberg group meetings, the Council On Foreign Relations, NATO, and much more governing many nations today could the Rothschild’s be on the cusp of implementing the New World Order by 2020?

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    Bilingual Speakers Experience Time Differently From People Who Only Speak One Language, Study Finds

    For those who can speak only one language, people who have the ability to speak several are often a source of fascination. What language do they think in? Can they switch mid-way through? Do they dream in one language or both?

    It turns out these questions are not without merit as people who can speak two languages actually experience time in a different way.

    A study from Lancaster University and Stockholm University, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, found that people who are bilingual think about time differently depending on the language context in which they are estimating the duration of events.


    Linguists Professor Panos Athanasopoulos and Professor Emanuel Bylund explained that bilinguals often go back and forth between their languages consciously and unconsciously.

    Additionally, different languages often refer to time differently. For example, Swedish and English speakers refer to physical distances: ‘Taking a short break’ while Spanish speakers refer to physical quantities and volume: ‘Taking a small break’.

    The researchers asked native Swedish speakers who also spoke Spanish to estimate how much time had passed while watching either a line growing across a screen or a container being filled. Participants were prompted to use the word ‘duracion’ (Spanish for duration) or ‘tid’ (the Swedish equivalent).

    When prompted by Spanish words, bilinguals based their estimates on volume relating to a container being filled. When prompted by Swedish words they switched their behaviour and suddenly gave time estimates in distance, referring to the lines travelled, rather than volume.

    Professor Athanasopoulos said the results showed our language creeps into our everyday emotions and perceptions more than we realise.

    “The fact that bilinguals go between these different ways of estimating time effortlessly and unconsciously fits in with a growing body of evidence demonstrating the ease with which language can creep into our most basic senses, including our emotions, visual perception, and now it turns out, sense of time,” he said.

    Professor Athanasopoulos also suggested the results show that bilinguals are more “flexible thinkers” than those who just speak one language.

    “There is evidence to suggest that mentally going back and forth between different languages on a daily basis confers advantages on the ability to learn and multi-task, and even long-term benefits for mental well-being,” he said.

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    Stop Supporting Child Slavery By Avoiding These 6 Chocolate Companies

    Who doesn’t love chocolate? Americans sure do. In fact, the average American citizen eats over 11 pounds of chocolate each year. But there’s a downside to this sweet treat beyond simply questionable ingredients.

    Many of us purchase our chocolate without thinking about who made it, and that’s a problem, since a variety of large corporations have been accused of using child slavery to give you your chocolate fix.

    Last September, a lawsuit was filed against a list of companies that includes Hershey, Mars, and Nestle, claiming that the companies were tricking their consumers into funding the child slave labor trade in West Africa.

    It’s been a cause for concern in the chocolate industry for the past 15 years. Cocoa is the main ingredient in chocolate, and most of it is grown in West Africa, with the two biggest producers being the Ivory Coast and Ghana, which account for about 60 percent of the global cocoa supply.

    Many companies within the chocolate industry rely almost exclusively on West Africa for their cocoa supply, but most of the cocoa is produced on small farms by farmers suffering from severe poverty. These extremes often result in child labor. Back in 2001, the chocolate industry pledged to end the practices in Ivory Coast and Ghana by 2005, but this deadline has repeatedly been pushed back. Now, the hope is to fully eliminate it by 2020.

    To understand why this is so important, you need to look beyond the money and beyond the chocolate. You need to become aware of what’s happening to these children. Ranging from the ages of 11-16, and sometimes even younger, the conditions of these child slaves prove grim, with children trapped in isolated farms where they work for 80 to 100 hours every single week.

    They are often beaten with fists, belts, and whips as well, according to freed children who spoke on the matter in the film Slavery: A Global Investigation. “The beatings were a part of my life,” explained freed slave Aly Diabate. “Anytime they loaded you with bags (of cocoa beans) and you fell while carrying them, nobody helped you. Instead they beat you and beat you until you picked it up again.”

    Want to avoid supporting child slavery? Steer clear of these six chocolate companies:




    ADM Cocoa



    “At the moment, no major chocolate company can guarantee their cocoa supply is not tainted by child labor,” explains Elizabeth Jardim, director of consumer advocacy at Green America, a non-profit that promotes ethical consumerism. “However, most have launched sustainability programs that attempt to address child labor in a variety of ways, largely thanks to consumer pressure.”

    And yet, despite the constant news on the severe subject, the number of children working in the cocoa industry has increased by 51 percent from 2009 to 2014. “They enjoy something I suffered to make; I worked hard for them but saw no benefit. They are eating my flesh,” one freed boy explained.

    Check out this list of more socially conscious companies who have made it a priority to steer clear of profiting off the suffering of child labor:

    Green and Black’s

    The Endangered Species Chocolate Company

    Gardners Candie

    Rapunzel Pure Organics

    Cloud Nine

    Giddy Yoyo


    Clif Bar

    Koppers Chocolate

    L.A. Burdick Chocolates

    Denman Island Chocolate

    Montezuma’s Chocolates

    Newman’s Own Organics

    Kailua Candy Company

    Omanhene Cocoa Bean Company

    Source: Collective Evolution