Both this remix and the original were singles from Kanye’s Late Registration album. Kanye uses the remix to go into more detail on “conflict diamonds”: diamonds which are mined during a war and used to finance an invading army.

Appropriately, the beat contains a sample from the theme song of the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever by Shirley Bassey.

Do you know slavery still exist today? I think the people who said yes would soon decrease to 50 to 60%. The answer is yes.

Blood diamond workers, also known as conflict diamonds workers,  are labors that extract diamonds produced in the area controlled by rebel forces that are opposed to internationally recognized government. The rebel groups sell these diamonds to fund invading army’s war efforts and insurgencies in war-torn areas. Those areas are Sierra Leone, Liberia, Angola, the Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire (the Ivory Coast), the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). However, blood diamond workers are often associated with human rights abuses and workers exploitation, such as killings, beatings, rape, torture, child labor, forced labor, and other abuses.

Experts claim that the illegal sale of blood diamonds has produced billions of dollars to fund civil wars and other conflicts in various African nations, including Sierra Leone (where conflict ended in 2002), Angola , Liberia , Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Most of the time, the people behind these civil wars and rebellions oppose legitimate governments and desire control over the area's lucrative diamond industry.

In the 1990s, human rights organizations worked to bring these tales of genocide and greed to the forefront of human concern. In response, the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KCPS) was created in 2002 to regulate diamond trading and keep blood diamonds from entering the legitimate diamond market. The Kimberley Process was envisioned by the diamond industry and put into practice by the United Nations .

According to De Beers, more than 70 countries participate in the Kimberley Process, which requires the governments in these countries to ensure that all diamond shipments are exported in secure containers. In addition, each shipment must also have a specifically numbered and government-validated certificate that promises the shipment does not contain conflict diamonds. The countries must also agree to refuse any diamond shipments not containing an authentic Kimberley Process Certificate.

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Both this remix and the original were singles from Kanye’s Late Registration album. Kanye uses the remix to go into more detail on “conflict diamonds”: diamonds which are mined during a war and used to finance an invading army.

Appropriately, the beat contains a sample from the theme song of the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever by Shirley Bassey.

Do you know slavery still exist today? I think the people who said yes would soon decrease to 50 to 60%. The answer is yes.

Blood diamond workers, also known as conflict diamonds workers,  are labors that extract diamonds produced in the area controlled by rebel forces that are opposed to internationally recognized government. The rebel groups sell these diamonds to fund invading army’s war efforts and insurgencies in war-torn areas. Those areas are Sierra Leone, Liberia, Angola, the Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire (the Ivory Coast), the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). However, blood diamond workers are often associated with human rights abuses and workers exploitation, such as killings, beatings, rape, torture, child labor, forced labor, and other abuses.

Experts claim that the illegal sale of blood diamonds has produced billions of dollars to fund civil wars and other conflicts in various African nations, including Sierra Leone (where conflict ended in 2002), Angola , Liberia , Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Most of the time, the people behind these civil wars and rebellions oppose legitimate governments and desire control over the area's lucrative diamond industry.

In the 1990s, human rights organizations worked to bring these tales of genocide and greed to the forefront of human concern. In response, the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KCPS) was created in 2002 to regulate diamond trading and keep blood diamonds from entering the legitimate diamond market. The Kimberley Process was envisioned by the diamond industry and put into practice by the United Nations .

According to De Beers, more than 70 countries participate in the Kimberley Process, which requires the governments in these countries to ensure that all diamond shipments are exported in secure containers. In addition, each shipment must also have a specifically numbered and government-validated certificate that promises the shipment does not contain conflict diamonds. The countries must also agree to refuse any diamond shipments not containing an authentic Kimberley Process Certificate.

SUWOOOP 5 POPPIN 6 DROPPIN THIS B THAT BLOOD RUBY HUNNA QUEEN 111ST WATTS ASELINE ADD ME ON THE BOOK FAM MY NAME IS WATT IT IS BLATT BLATT!

C C H D L H A I I I N. R S P P D C S S Skateboard P. Pause... @taztheaftermath Smith M.I.B. Men In Black BUG F.B.I. blazin' Billy Billy bad A55 000 Love, Sex, Secret, and God 88 Ghoul LiFe 62 N.W.O. John Stone 7 11 ^[1]^ Universal, Milkyway, Solarsystem ____________ ☆***☆ ____________ ____________ 031

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Both this remix and the original were singles from Kanye’s Late Registration album. Kanye uses the remix to go into more detail on “conflict diamonds”: diamonds which are mined during a war and used to finance an invading army.

Appropriately, the beat contains a sample from the theme song of the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever by Shirley Bassey.

Do you know slavery still exist today? I think the people who said yes would soon decrease to 50 to 60%. The answer is yes.

Blood diamond workers, also known as conflict diamonds workers,  are labors that extract diamonds produced in the area controlled by rebel forces that are opposed to internationally recognized government. The rebel groups sell these diamonds to fund invading army’s war efforts and insurgencies in war-torn areas. Those areas are Sierra Leone, Liberia, Angola, the Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire (the Ivory Coast), the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). However, blood diamond workers are often associated with human rights abuses and workers exploitation, such as killings, beatings, rape, torture, child labor, forced labor, and other abuses.

Experts claim that the illegal sale of blood diamonds has produced billions of dollars to fund civil wars and other conflicts in various African nations, including Sierra Leone (where conflict ended in 2002), Angola , Liberia , Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Most of the time, the people behind these civil wars and rebellions oppose legitimate governments and desire control over the area's lucrative diamond industry.

In the 1990s, human rights organizations worked to bring these tales of genocide and greed to the forefront of human concern. In response, the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KCPS) was created in 2002 to regulate diamond trading and keep blood diamonds from entering the legitimate diamond market. The Kimberley Process was envisioned by the diamond industry and put into practice by the United Nations .

According to De Beers, more than 70 countries participate in the Kimberley Process, which requires the governments in these countries to ensure that all diamond shipments are exported in secure containers. In addition, each shipment must also have a specifically numbered and government-validated certificate that promises the shipment does not contain conflict diamonds. The countries must also agree to refuse any diamond shipments not containing an authentic Kimberley Process Certificate.

Both this remix and the original were singles from Kanye’s Late Registration album. Kanye uses the remix to go into more detail on “conflict diamonds”: diamonds which are mined during a war and used to finance an invading army.

Appropriately, the beat contains a sample from the theme song of the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever by Shirley Bassey.

Both this remix and the original were singles from Kanye’s Late Registration album. Kanye uses the remix to go into more detail on “conflict diamonds”: diamonds which are mined during a war and used to finance an invading army.

Appropriately, the beat contains a sample from the theme song of the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever by Shirley Bassey.

Do you know slavery still exist today? I think the people who said yes would soon decrease to 50 to 60%. The answer is yes.

Blood diamond workers, also known as conflict diamonds workers,  are labors that extract diamonds produced in the area controlled by rebel forces that are opposed to internationally recognized government. The rebel groups sell these diamonds to fund invading army’s war efforts and insurgencies in war-torn areas. Those areas are Sierra Leone, Liberia, Angola, the Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire (the Ivory Coast), the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). However, blood diamond workers are often associated with human rights abuses and workers exploitation, such as killings, beatings, rape, torture, child labor, forced labor, and other abuses.

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