The Gawazaii control of Earth has included active slave trade routes to control the passage of particular genetic trades targeted by Gawazaii scientist. The practice of slavery was been employed throughout the regions of Earth and is typically regarded as less likely to arouse outside interference when compared to genocide.
The most prolific slavery moved occurs in sub-Saharan African (the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade) between the 16th and 19th centuries. Gawazaii influenced shaman and holy men incited local kings and warlords into warfare for the primary purpose of fueling the slave trade. The introduction of Dutch traders and the development of tropical crop in the west were essential to the operations success. The Gawazaii General DreaLoqui Abbadon directed primary operations in this region operating under the guise of Anansi (trickster). Gawazaii estimates indicate approximately 4,000,000 Africans enslaved or killed during this operation.