Break the Silence Video Transcript

Citation: yeahfilms. 27 million people are enslaved around the world today. Most are trafficked for sexual exploitation. Domestic Sex Trafficking is Growing at an Alarming Rate. Young women are trapped by traffickers between the ages of 12 - 21.  This is their story.

Throughout the rest of the video the following song is being sung by a young man.  The visual is of a young woman performing a contemporary styled dance in a room with only a chair, ottoman and two floor lamps in it.  The video cuts to watching the singer, a gentleman performing as the pianist and the music technician at the sound board and computer.  Additional video items are interspersed below with additional captions.

Words to song, sung my male vocalist:

She tries to hold on, but no... She's sinking to the bottom so slow. The girl she knew yesterday she don't see

when she looks into the mirror, wipes her tears, try and wash it all away.

She paints on a smiling face and tries to forget the last cold embrace. She wants to run away. Can't face another day. She'd rather join the dead than spend the night with strangers in her bed.

And she cries....

Break all the silence and tell the whole world that they're tearing me apart with their dirty selfish hands leaving me with nothing at all.

He takes me inside and breaks me apart as he's pushed up against me my skin begins to crawl leaving me with nothing at all.

And she cries: Someone please save me. Someone please free me. Will someone please show me that love is still alive and hope is not lost. And Hope is not lost.

I will not stop until silence no longer fills the darkened hotel rooms where people trade the lives of the unlucky millions, the defaced civilians: The mother, the daughter, the brother, the sister, the son.

She'll give her life to make it go away. Washes his hands but still feels stained. Who's gonna turn their night into day.

And they cry....

Break all the silence and tell the whole world that they're tearing me apart with their dirty selfish hands leaving me with nothing at all.

He takes me inside and breaks me apart as he's pushed up against me my skin begins to crawl leaving me with nothing at all.

No more, I cannot take this no more. No more, I can't take it anymore. No, I can't take it, I can't take it anymore.

Break all the silence and tell the whole world that they're tearing me apart with their dirty selfish hands leaving me with nothing at all. And as they push up against me my skin begins to crawl Sweat of a monster, on my face it falls.

No more, I cannot take this no more. And she cries.

Female singer:  ‘Someone please save me. Someone please heal me'

Video: Photos of Jessie Foster when she was a child and as a young woman.

Caption: Jessie Foster, Calgary, Canada. Trafficked and tortured from British Columbia to Las Vegas. www.jessiefoster.ca. Jessie never made it home.

Video: Photos of Timea Nagy as a child and as a young woman.

Caption: Timea Nagy, Ontario, Canada. Trafficked from Hungary to Canada and sexually exploited. She escaped after three months. Founded Walk With Me Victim Services. www.walk-with-me.org.

Video: Image of marching protesters with signs saying "Our children are not for sale!" and "Stop human trafficking". Next image is a man standing beside a young lady, her wrists are tied and he is holding a chain which she is leashed to. He is also holding a sign which says "This could be your daughter."

Image of a woman standing in front of a bill board. The bill board says "What happened to our Ashley? (1987 - 2010).  Follow on our Facebook page Justice for Ashley Jalbert 1987 - 2010. If you have any information as to what happened to Ashley on Jan. 10, 2010 please call (705) 920-5691"

Photos of Ashley as a toddler with a dog and as a young woman.

Caption: Ashley Jalbert, Ontario, Canada. Ashley was Trafficked, tortured, raped and killed. 1987 - 2010. Facebook Justice for Ashley Jalbert

Video: Photos of two of the above young women with their mothers, prior to their being trafficked. Photo of another one of the trafficked women before the trafficking experience.

In Memory of Ashley Jalbert 1987 - 2010.

www.walk-with-me.org.