I am saying about crime bosses exploiting victim-care as a tool for expanding their power
Please give me specifics. How does does caring for victims of crime help crime bosses?
If you make a rule that says victimization triggers visa rights, then you will have crime-planners who set up situations where people are victimized and given the needed documentation of their victimization to submit with their visa application.
Then, once the visa is secured, the victims will continue to abide by the crime directives in order to protect others who are being held hostage elsewhere if they defy whatever directions they are given by their bosses.
Usually victims of human trafficking are basically modern slaves. The crime bosses benefit from the fact that they have no rights. The victims are forced to do sex work (or other work) for no pay at great profit to the criminals.
And they are most certainly threatened with violence toward their families and loved ones if they defy or fail to satisfy their bosses.
If they need documentation of victimization to gain visas, their bosses will arrange for violence and documentation thereof, and the documentation will not lead back to the boss who is exploiting them by sending them wherever with the visa gained by victimizing them and documenting it.
The crime bosses want these victims to live in fear. Your cruel policies help the crime bosses by keeping the victims in fear.
If bosses can't get visas for them by abusing and documenting the violence, that is one less impetus for victimizing them. Also the fact that they can't be sent to lucrative clients in places accessible with the visa means less reason to solicit/capture them for exploitation.
These victims need protection. They need the ability to trust police. They need a way out and a chance at a good life.
I agree, but I don't think law enforcement currently has the power to overcome crime's ability to elude/evade detection. Information tech and social media are very advanced now and clever people can communicate in coded messages that keep them under the radar.
This seems to have enabled crime networks to develop highly advanced organizing powers and as a result they have power (and arrogance) like never before to procure all sorts of mischief that once upon a time might have been more subdued out of fear of detection and punishment/retaliation.
Your nationalist policies help the criminals by keeping the victims in fear. You are being cruel, and your excuses for why you don't think victims of crime should be helped don't make the slightest bit of sense.
Blaming me for nationalism won't help anything. I've told you my position over and over and you refuse to acknowledge it in favor of blaming for the very nationalism I am critical of, in order to goad me into supporting policies that enable greater exploitation of people, which is itself a byproduct of nationalism. I.e. when you can manufacture cheap sex slaves and drugs around the world and use them to extract money from growth economies, it is just neo-colonial slave trade; which is predicated on nationalist/racist separation of populations into different economic positions (cheap producers and big-spending consumers; interaction between which keeps the money flowing and thus the global economy growing)
(I suspect that you are about to pretend victims of crime are themselves criminals)
Everyone who commits crime is a criminal. If you are trafficked and threatened into prostituting yourself, carrying drugs, etc. aren't you committing crimes? You may be able to argue your case in court and ask for witness-protection, etc. but if you do that, you may be risking retaliation against your family elsewhere. It is a sad and precarious position that makes liberation difficult if not impossible. It may be that the best we can do is to block access to lucrative markets of exploitation so that evil bosses will have less incentive to enslave people and threaten them with retaliation against their families.
You may be right that this doesn't help victims directly, but indirectly it may help them more than would giving them direct help that would make them greater targets and endanger their families more as a result of bosses salivating over the promise of visa access to lucrative clientele.