Colombia gets a ‘pass’ because the St Maarten government who OWNS the majority of brothels in St Maarten, and the St Maarten government who are always getting busted when there’s a mega shipment of cocaine coming from South America have SECRET agreements with these countries to provide prostitutes for their brothels.
People need to STOP pretending like these girls come here because they WANT to be prostitutes, and they WANT and LOVE having sex with THOUSANDS of strange men to survive..
The majority of these women are tricked out by their husbands, fathers, mothers, uncles, brothers and sent to prostitute, to take care of their entire family back home.
Men go to the brothels, and like to PRETEND that these women are enjoying themselves, when it’s basic rape. They are being forced to have sex for money. If they refuse, what happens when they get sent back home empty handed?
Yes, oh yes.. These women LOVE being abused.
These are not women, propped up in a shop window in the Netherlands, seeking adventure and money. According to first hand statements by these women. Once the decision has been made (by others) that they will prostitute to provide for their families. They are forced to sleep with, have sex with anyone along the way to achieve that goal. To get the documents, passports, permits, to get out of the country etc. etc.. Yeah, these women are expected to sleep with each and every indiviual along the way.
And they LOVE to brag, how CLEAN these prostitutes are, because they are tested once per week.
But guess what? HIV/AIDS can take MONTHS to show up in a blood sample 🙂
Any tourist can walk off of ANY ship, with Ebola, Flesh Eating Bacteria, ANY disease- go to a local brothel and cause an epidemic.
When a man goes into a room with a prostitute, he is stupid and confident enough to believe that she always uses condoms.. so she must be safe. (Condoms are only 93-97 % effective- so every thousand men she has sex with 30-70 men or more will share biological fluids with the prostitute without even knowing it.) That’s not even counting accidents, and defective condoms.
THESE MEN PAY THE WOMEN EXTRA, TO NOT USE CONDOMS.. ASSUMING THAT SHE’S NOT TAKING THE EXTRA MONEY FROM OTHER CLIENTS, NOT TO USE CONDOMS.
According to the direct statements from one Insurance Adjuster in St Maarten. “The Eastern European women working the Simpson Bay strip are turning up HIV/AIDS positive.
The brothel owner was so furious at the money that he had invested in these girls, he demanded that ‘they work their way back!” To turn tricks to finance their own tickets back home because he had already spent enough money on getting them to St Maarten.
That was about 6 years ago. Right now certain pimps don’t say anything.
They turn these girls loose on the Simpson Bay Strip and the Boardwalk.
They can pass for tourists of course, but they are basic prostitutes turned out from the brothels.
Being forced to work their way back to Europe, and most WILL work.. but they will stay in St Maarten.. spreading their “joy”.
Since Local immigration, police and customs also have sex with these girls in exchange for whatever, including Local Chief of Police Peter de Witte who got one illegal prostitute pregnant, and fixed her papers overnight. Nothing is really going to be done. You have immigration, the politicians, the police and customs who are literally ‘PAID IN PUSSY’ So they are going to pretend to clean up, but they are not, not until there’s an epidemic.
AIRPORT–The revocation of the residence permits of immigrants who stand as guarantors for persons who overstay their visit to St. Maarten is amongst the measures that will be instituted by Immigration and Border Protection Service (IBP) as it intensifies its control at the country’s main port of entry.
Dutch nationals who stand as guarantors for visitors who overstay can be fined, blacklisted and barred from standing as guarantors in future.
IBP said in a press release on Monday that it will be increasing its controls at the ports of entry and enforcing its regulations more strictly in an effort to stem illegal immigration in the country. IBP said with the many issues affecting St. Maarten, a number of initiatives have been put in place over the last two years to curb the flow of illegal immigration to St. Maarten and to inform residents about their roles in the process as well.
Latest Police Updates
Duration of stay
IBP said the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Travel Information Manual (TIM), used by service providers in the travel industry, has been updated to reflect current policies and regulations. The most important changes include clarifying the duration of stay for tourists.
For visa-restricted visitors and nationals who are not from the European Union, USA or Canada, the maximum duration of stay allowed at entry is 30 days. “These nationals are warned not to purchase tickets beyond 30 days prior to arriving on the island,” the release said.
Travel agents are also asked to refer to the TIM for updates on duration of stay. An official request for extension of stay is required if the person wants to remain on the island for more than 30 days. The request must be submitted to IBP Headquarters after arrival.
Visitors who overstay their allotted time without an extension “will be pursued and penalised accordingly.” IBP said this may include deportation or refusal of entry for a specified period of time. For persons who have obtained a visa to enter St. Maarten, the visa will be cancelled and the relevant embassy will be informed in addition to the other measures that will be taken.
IBP said residents, who invite visitors to the island through visa applications or a statement of guarantee, will be held liable if the visitor does not return to their home country within the allotted time.
“It is the norm for residents to invite family members or friends to the island for vacation and declare that they will be responsible for them, however, in many instances, the intentions are for the visitors to stay illegally on the island, IBP said. “This will no longer be tolerated. Legal residents of St. Maarten must honour their role as guarantors by abiding by the law and ensuring that their visitors abide by the law as well.”
“Guarantors who have residence permits are warned that their permits may be revoked for the harbouring of an illegal person. For persons who are Dutch, fines may be issued.”
These guarantors will also be blacklisted and disallowed from inviting persons to the island in the future. Criminal investigations may also be initiated if evidence exists that human smuggling/trafficking has occurred, IBP said.
Foreign minors visiting the country for vacation will be required to fill in “a yellow card” in addition to the arrival card at the Airport or ports and report to Immigration Headquarters at least two days before their scheduled departure.
“Parents or guardians are warned that bringing children to the island and enrolling them into school without a residence permit is punishable by law,” IBP said. “Parents can be fined or have their residence revoked if found to be breaking the law. If a parent who has legal residency would like to apply for family reunion, they must visit the IBP and request a permit for the minor prior to the child’s arrival on the island.”
Additional information on the TIM updates and travel information for tourists or visa information, can be obtained from IBP at email firstname.lastname@example.org .
COLOMBIA EXCLUDED FROM NEW ST MAARTEN IMMIGRATION POLICY: THEY SUPPLY THE SXM GOVERNMENT WITH COCAINE AND PROSTITUTES