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Wednesday, August 28, 2013
THE KOREAN BROKER DEAL
While almost everybody who reads this blog is aware that virtually all the Asian girls on the sidebar come from Korea, very few consider the process that brings them halfway around the world to the United States in the first place.
Up until a few years ago, Koreans were required to obtain a visa to enter the United States, a reality which enabled profiteers/brokers. Korean girls...mostly uninformed about the process...needed somebody to get the job done. That state of affairs changed a few years ago when Korea decided to stop buying American beef during a Mad Cow outbreak. The beef lobby screamed bloody murder and the US government lifted the visa requirement in exchange for Korea resuming their purchase and consumption of American beef.
You would think that this development would effectively eliminate brokers from the emigration equation but apparently not! Korean police recently arrested one of these individuals who ran ads on the Internet seeking women who wanted to work in the United States, proving that brokers are still in existence. While their business might be dying off...it's not dead yet.
At this point in time, you could simplify the emigration program's participants into two types of girls. The first knows enough to get here on her own - as it's not that difficult given she doesn't need a visa. And the second...barefoot and on the farm (so to speak)...is clueless enough to use a broker to travel to the US. The fact remains that some girls don't know where to go when they get to the US and depend on these brokers to access a network which can place them when they arrive.
I liken this to the Backpage situation. Posting an ad on that site doesn't require much in the way of Internet savvy. Thus, some girls have the wherewithal to post themselves while others still depend on someone else to do their posting.
Regardless, I have come to understand (via Korean phone girls I know) that the fresh faces on this blog (of which there are precious few...we're all aware that most of the women who adorn the sidebar have been in the US for years) do not come through these brokers. They are apparently part of the informed class who know girls in the States and know exactly where they're going to work upon arrival.
Exactly why law enforcement is concerned with all this still eludes me as I'm convinced that nobody who subscribes to the broker program - or comes over via a friend - thinks she will be earning money doing anything but being an escort. Or at least that's the way it goes with the girls on this blog. And telling a woman how she can't make a living when she's hurting nobody in the process defies logic. The old (or not-so-old) "our bodies/our minds" feminist ethic seems to have no efficacy with the authorities. Maybe someday it will but for the moment, it is what it is and the escort business remains on society's fringes even though it's become clear that many of the mainstream's pillars of the community indulge.