In this article you will find,
Stories related to Mexico's organ trade and the cartel
Stories alleged to pertain to organ trade and SRA and witchcraft
Stories related to the prisoners and organs procured through the Chinese government by a forced donation program.
The Falun Gong, who are they, their history and their allegations to the Chinese government's abuse and organ trafficking.
The Clinton Connection the the Falun Gong.
According to CBC News in 2014,
"We have several statements in open investigations that point to a network of several suspects who would identify people with certain characteristics, especially children, and kidnap them," he said.
Hours before the announcement, a leader of one of the local vigilante groups that sprang up last year in Michoacan to challenge the cartel's control told a radio station that people in the area knew the Knights Templar gang was involved in organ trafficking because several children had been rescued in his town while being transported in a refrigerated container inside a van.
"They were inside a refrigerated box, tightly wrapped in blankets," Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles, leader of the civilian "self-defense" group in Tepalcatepec, said in a morning interview with MVS radio.
Mireles said the van carrying the children was headed to the port city of Lazaro Cardenas and ended up in Tepalcatepec after making a wrong turn.
"They were all children from the same Mexico City school," he said.
He said the children's parents had allowed them to go on an outing to the beach when they were likely kidnapped. He said the children were turned over to their parents who traveled to Tepalcatepec.
Mexican authorities have said drug trafficking is no longer the top source of income for the Knights Templar, which was once a top producer of crystal meth. The officials say the cartel's main sources of income are illegal mining, illegal logging and extortion.
The Home of the Big Family was a respected orphanage in Zamora, Mexico. That is until authorities raided the orphanage in 2014 and discovered that over 500 children were being kept against their will in cramped conditions.
The orphanage, also known as the Casa de Mama Rosa, had been open for 40 years. Because of the guilt around the establishment doing the work the government was unable to do, inspections of the facility were notoriously lax. This explains why when authorities finally investigated the home, they figured out that in addition to horrible living conditions, the orphanage was at the center of a child organ trafficking scheme. Rosa Verduzco, or Mama Rosa as she was called, ran the orphanage and she and several other adults were accused of abusing the children.
In addition to the appalling living situation, children with biological families were not allowed contact with them, children were starved and forced to beg on the streets, and many of them had their organs harvested.
Some organs possibly used for SRA
Some of the organs harvested from children in Mexico might be used for witchcraft and satanic purposes. Bodies found with their livers and hearts brutally removed are proof of this according to Dr. Lopez-Neblima, a surgeon at a Mexican hospital. He claimed that organs that were clearly removed with no delicacy were likely not intended for transplant use. Instead, the organs were probably for Santa Muerte (Saint Death) rituals.
An earlier event hinting at the increasing child organ trafficking crisis faced by Mexico involved a truck at a checkpoint in Villa Victor-Chinicuila, Mexico. Authorities searched the truck and found dozens of frozen bodies with their organs removed. Some were children and others were adults but all were dead. The story gets hazy from there as the truck disappeared after the police arrived.
In another case, a truck stopped in Tierra Caliente also had bodies with missing organs in it. The bodies were confiscated, but again, no follow-up was reported. Early indications that Mexican police didn't take it seriously that an organ trafficking ring was on the rise.
In 2014, four children were walking to school in Mexico when they vanished into thin air. Days later, their bodies were found in a shallow grave in an undisclosed location. According to sources, the children had been disturbingly mutilated - their chest organs had been removed prior to their burials. The story was hushed up with almost no trace of it appearing anywhere.
Officials from that part of Mexico claimed that there was no proof of organ harvesting in the case despite the very telling details regarding missing organs.
The demand for organs is never ending, especially in the U.S. That demand has led to some doctors breezing over any kind of investigation into where organs are coming from before performing procedures. The lack of protocol and desire to take more people off the donor registry lists has led the cartel to traffic more and more.
That leads us to this article in US National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
In this abstract they claim,
We present and elaborate ethical challenges in transplant medicine related to organ procurement and organ distribution, together with measures to solve such challenges. Based on internationally acknowledged ethical standards, we looked at cases of organ procurement and distribution practices that deviated from such ethical standards. One form of organ procurement is known as commercial organ trafficking, while in China the organ procurement is mostly based on executing prisoners, including killing of detained Falun Gong practitioners for their organs.
When you look into the Falun Gong, this is what you find,
a Chinese religious spiritual practice that combines meditation and qigong exercises with a moral philosophy centered on the tenets of truthfulness, compassion, and forbearance (Chinese: 真、善、忍). The practice emphasizes morality and the cultivation of virtue, and identifies as a qigong practice of the Buddhist school, though its teachings also incorporate elements drawn from Taoist traditions. Through moral rectitude and the practice of meditation, practitioners of Falun Gong aspire to eliminate attachments, and. . .
Here's what is interesting. Were they lured in under this promise?
ultimately to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
Falun Gong founder Li Hongzhi has lived in New York City since 1996, and Falun Gong has a sizable global constituency.
Li Hongzhi moved to the United States in 1996 with his wife and daughter, and in 1998 became a U.S. permanent resident, settling in New York.
Although this took place, The Chinese government's request to Interpol for his arrest was rejected on the grounds that the request was a matter "of a political or religious character" and lacked information on any "ordinary law crime he would have committed" The Chinese government also revoked his passport, preventing him from traveling internationally
The Freedom House bestowed Li Hongzhi and Falun Gong with an International Religious Freedom Award for the advancement of religious and spiritual freedom at a ceremony in the United States Senate. In the same year, Li was ranked the most powerful communicator in Asia by Asiaweek magazine "for his power to inspire, to mobilize people and to spook Beijing". He was nominated for the 2001 Sakharov Prize by over 25 members of European Parliament, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2000 and 2001, and in 2013 was ranked by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of the 500 most powerful people in the world.
So he Is celebrated by globalists.
Let's go back to that dharma wheel which looks an awful lot like the Swastika during Hitler's time.
The Dharma wheel is said to,
Buddha’s teachings, which are known as Dharma, are likened to a wheel that moves from country to country in accordance with changing conditions and people’s karmic inclinations.
The external forms of presenting Buddhism may change as it meets with different cultures and societies, but its essential authenticity is ensured through the continuation of an unbroken lineage of realized practitioners.
Buddha’s teachings are said to be like a precious wheel because, wherever they spread, the people in that area have the opportunity to control their minds by putting them into practice.
In the Hinayana teachings, Buddha explains how to attain liberation from suffering for oneself alone. In the Mahayana teachings he explains how to attain full enlightenment, or Buddhahood, for the sake of others. Both traditions flourished in Asia, at first in India and then gradually in other surrounding countries, including Tibet. Now they are also beginning to flourish in countries throughout the world.
Each year Buddha turning the Wheel of Dharma is celebrated in Kadampa centers around the world on a special day called Turning the Wheel of Dharma Day
There are 1200 Kadampa Centers and branches in 40 countries around the world where people can study and practice the teachings of Buddha.
They are All non-profit.
Now this became a Big Deal in 1999 as seen here,
Clinton Given Falun Gong Book
The Associated Press, September 12, 1999
AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) - As China and the United States sought to mend recently damaged ties, President Jiang Zemin gave President Clinton an unusual gift: a book defending China's ban on a popular meditation sect.
During their hourlong summit Saturday, Jiang handed Clinton a book purporting to expose the crimes committed by Li Hongzhi, founder of Falun Gong, the popular group that China's communist government outlawed in July.
Titled "Li Hongzhi and His 'Falun Gong:' Deceiving the Public and Ruining Lives,"the book's 150 pages in English is a relentless barrage of propaganda from China's entirely state-run media.
The book contains gruesome photographs of Chinese allegedly made so crazy by practicing Falun Gong that they committed suicide, were killed or mutilated their family members. It claims 1,404 people have died, mostly for refusing medical treatment as instructed by Falun Gong teachings. Documentation and attribution are sketchy.
Falun Gong preaches a blend of Buddhist and Taoist ideas and slow-motion exercises that believers say promote health and morality. Millions of followers in China and around the world say the group is peaceful and voluntary.
Far from an academic exercise, Jiang's gift seemed intended to head off a new human rights dispute.
China maintains that the group represents a threat to public order and that its founder has used the group to deceive people and amass a fortune. Beijing has asked the international police agency, Interpol, to arrest Li, who lives in New York.
But Interpol has turned the request down, saying Li has committed no crimes recognized under international law. Governments worldwide have refused to follow China's lead and ban the group.
Since the crackdown, an unknown number of Falun Gong devotees have been arrested. And China has vowed to severely punish leading members.
Interesting as This from an article dated 2013, which shows this group of practitioners were protected and supported by the UN.
One must ask. . .Why.
According to the following, they gave protests directly across from the UN and as mentioned earlier, the creator of Falun Gong.
For Falun Gong, a History of Protests at the United Nations
NEW YORK—When the Chinese regime began persecuting Falun Gong in 1999, Bill Clinton was president of the United States and Jiang Zemin was head of the Chinese regime.
The following year, when world leaders convened in New York for the United Nations Millennium Summit, Falun Gong practitioners held their first protest on Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza opposite the United Nations headquarters.
Over the course of the years, leaders changed. Bill Clinton and Jiang Zemin made way for George W. Bush and Hu Jintao. And today, Barack Obama and Xi Jinping lead the two powerful nations.
For 14 years, as the persecution of Falun Gong, a spiritual practice, raged in China, the protests at Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza were held each year.
And they won’t stop until the persecution ceases, said Jian Min Wang, a Falun Gong practitioner who arrived in the United States three months ago and attended this year’s protest.
Interesting because according to this protester, the Chinese Government Used to support it. What changed between 1994 and 1999?
Wang began practicing Falun Gong in 1994, when the practice was thriving in China and supported by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a traditional Chinese exercise and meditation practice. The CCP banned Falun Gong in 1999 and continues to persecute those who follow it to this day.
This is claimed,
During his time in prison, Wang was tortured brutally. On one occasion he was tied to two beds that were gradually forced apart over the course of eight days to stretch his body. Many practitioners died when tortured this way as their ligaments tore, bones snapped, and internal organs hemorrhaged.
Hundreds of thousands of Falun Gong practitioners are in prisons, labor camps, and brainwashing centers at any given time, according to the Falun Dafa Information Center. Brutal torture is systematic. The Falun Gong website Minghui.org can confirm over 3,700 deaths from torture to date, but the actual number is believed to be far higher. Minghui is a news website run by Falun Gong practitioners that receives firsthand reports from mainland China.
Over the course of more than a decade, the torture and killing of Falun Gong practitioners has been documented by the United Nations.
The CCP is evil,” Wang said. “They do things you can’t even imagine.”
The unimaginable is true when it comes to the persecution of Falun Gong: numerous reports and books have exposed the Chinese regime’s practice of harvesting organs from living prisoners, a vast majority of them Falun Gong practitioners.
Two independent studies published in “State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China” estimate the number of transplants, which are unaccounted for in China in the tens of thousands. Both studies concluded, using different types of evidence, that the crime is real.
Wang recalled how the head of an inmate gang told several people that a practitioner had been killed for his organs. Wang made it out alive, but three practitioners he shared a cell with did not.
“When practitioners are about to be used for organ harvesting their prison cells are sealed off. No one can know. They cut off all information flow,” Wang said.
In 2006, the Epoch Times published a series of articles exposing the Chinese regime’s large-scale organ harvesting operations. The shocking news spread throughout the world and was decried in rally speeches.
The plaza opposite the U.N. has been a stage for Falun Gong protests for 14 years. What’s happened there during every U.N. summit for 14 years has happened outside Chinese consulates the world over, at U.N. sessions in Geneva, and a huge number of other locales.
According to the latest reports, the Chinese regime is shutting down some labor camps, including Masanjia, but the abductions, torture, and killing continue unabated, according to reports from Minghui.org. There have been 43 reported deaths in the first six months of 2013.
This is interesting,
The New York metropolitan area is home to the largest and most prominent ethnic Chinese population outside of Asia, constituting the largest metropolitan Asian American group in the United States and the largest Asian-national metropolitan diaspora in the Western Hemisphere. The Chinese American population of the New York City metropolitan area was an estimated 893,697 as of 2017. New York City itself contains by far the highest ethnic Chinese population of any individual city outside Asia, estimated at 628,763 as of 2017.
New York City and the surrounding area, including Long Island and parts of New Jersey, is home to 12 Chinatowns.
According to an interview don by Al Jazeera,
Antonio Medina, 23, a paperless Central American migrant moving through Mexico to the US, says he knows a fellow traveller who witnessed organ trafficking, after he and his wife were captured by a criminal gang.
"He was traveling with his wife and they [gangsters] took both of them," Medina told Al Jazeera during an interview in Mexico. "They [gangsters] put them in separate rooms. He heard his wife screaming. After he went in and saw her on a table with her chest wide open and without her heart or kidney."
Medina's friend said he was saved from the grisly house-turned-clinic by Mexican soldiers. The claims, like many aspects of the organ trafficking business, are impossible to independently verify.
The profit motive
"There are criminal underground organisations providing kidney transplantations," says Luc Noel, coordinator of essential health technologies at the WHO. "But most cases involve the poor, the destitute and the vulnerable that are willing to part with an organ for money."
"The common denominator [with theft and "consensual" sales] is profiteering," he told Al Jazeera.
"I have no doubt organs are being removed from bodies," says David Shirk, a professor of political science and director of the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego who has investigated trafficking. "But for the most part, organ trafficking occurs in hospitals, where there are corrupt medical practitioners."
Poor people can reportedly earn between $3,000 to $15,000 for selling their organs, specifically kidneys, to middlemen who re-sell them to wealthy buyers for as much as $200,000
In a 2009 report on organ trafficking, the Council of Europe and the United Nations concluded that there was possibly "a high number of unreported cases", attributing this to the "huge profits and rather low risks for the perpetrators".
Mexico is not considered one of the worst countries for organ trafficking; the grisly practice is thought to be most prevalent in Israel, India, China, Pakistan, Turkey, Brazil, Nepal, the Philippines, Kosovo, Iran, and former Soviet states in eastern Europe.
"Transplant tourisms flourishes in areas with weak authorities," says Noel from the WHO. "We do not want to see a society where the destitute become a store of organs for the wealthy and powerful."
Going back to CBC News,
Migrants traveling from parts of Latin and South America walk through Mexico in order to reach the United States. Some of these migrants are children, traveling alone, usually to meet up with adult relatives on the other side of the border. Others are simply seeking asylum in a safe country far from guerillas, cartels, and war. These kids are preyed upon by human traffickers who sell them into slavery, prostitution, or who harvest their organs, leaving their bodies in shallow graves or out in the open.
In America, we know the Knights Templar as a secretive organization that may hold the key to many mysteries, including where the real holy grail lies. However, in Mexico, the Knights Templar cartel only shares its name with this ancient sect and none of its noble intentions. The crime ring split from the Familia Michoacana cartel in 2011 and is suspected of being heavily involved in child organ trafficking, as well as extortion, and illegal mining and logging. Prior to this, the cartel's main source of income was in drug trafficking.
What's unusual about the Mexico child organ harvesting cases is the fact that the children are found with their hearts and livers removed. Most cases of organ trafficking involve kidneys, since they are easily removed and leave the victims alive with one functioning kidney. People in developing countries have historically been either tricked or forced to sell their organs, though they may receive several thousand dollars in return.
The sudden focus on children for harvesting may be a way traffickers have sought to cut their costs.
Back in 1994, reports emerged of mobs attacking children and removing their organs for transplanting, killing them in the process. Although some people believed that the stories were made up for political gain in order to make the country seem unstable, seemingly credible eyewitnesses claimed to have seen the evidence themselves.
One such witness saw a child being "caressed" at the side of the road by a woman. The child was reported missing and the eyewitness was later attacked by a mob who beat her until she was comatose.
As seen here,
Behind the Kidnaping of Children for Their Organs
Some of the people who have lost loved ones to organ trafficking are afraid to speak out. Many who do use pseudonyms so that they can't be identified. One such person, who identified herself to a reporter as "Camila" pointed out that going to the police is just as dangerous as confronting the "bad people" since the cops are usually either involved with the cartels or paid off by them to look the other way.
A researcher for Amnesty International agreed with this sentiment and pointed out the questionable police work done by authority figures, many of whom are afraid of angering the cartels. This leads to few places for parents to turn when their children get abducted by organ traffickers.
In looking back at China's organ trade.
According the the Daily Mail,
China's organ trade is allegedly worth a massive US$1 billion a year
Tens of thousands of innocent people killed on demand it is claimed
Political prisoners in particular being used as live organ donors
It's believed most were members of the banned Falun Gong movement
Documentary will air on SBS One’s Dateline program on Tuesday night
I am providing more in a follow up article on The Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of the Falun Gong in China.
Another story related to an organ donor at a hospital may be found here,
A Pediatric Death Investigator rules Death by Fentanyl in which the Doctor admits was given to Induce Death. The 8 year old boy Was an Organ Donor!
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