A deep factual dive into human and child trafficking for slavery, sex, satanic rituals, and the harvesting of organs and blood.
Recently, the movie “Sound of Freedom”, brought the swelling current reality of child sex trafficking to the forefronts of our minds. It has aroused our healthy natural emotions, and invigorated our determination to end the rule of evil in our world. One concern I have about the film, is its potential to create a wrong impression, that human trafficking is just a crime of gangs operating in the slums and jungles of Columbia, and dirty pedophiles working in the basements of decrepit houses in the USA.
In reality, the current plague of human trafficking leads us also to presidents, prime ministers, parliamentarians, royal families, false religious leaders, media personalities, UN and WHO officials, Epstein Island, the Lolita Express, Clinton “charitable” deeds in Haiti, and many other factions of the same global predators who are responsible for wars, plagues, bioweapons, fiat currency scams, false flags and more.
The World Council for Health is on a mission which goes far beyond our intensive work to help solve the covid-crimes-against-humanity and heal the victims of the “vaccines”. Our mission takes us wherever their is human suffering; to help end the harms, heal the damage, and create a better way forward.
WCH Policy Brief And Call For Action On Human Trafficking.
September 4, 2023
WCH expert group urges to prioritize ending the scourge of modern-day slavery once and for all. “Let it not be said that I was silent when they needed me.“ (William Wilberforce)
Bath, 04 September 2023 – An expert group in political science, human rights and public health has prepared for release today a policy document on human trafficking (including child trafficking) for sexual exploitation, forced labor and organ harvesting.
Human trafficking and the corresponding forms of exploitation are classified as modern-day slavery by international organizations. Once upon a time – driven by the great Christian abolitionists of the past such as William Wilberforce – traditional slavery was decisively and successfully fought in many places around the world. Today, slavery is rearing its ugly head again.
According to the US Department of Homeland Security, human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. With an estimated annual revenue of US$150 billion (ILO 2014), it has already surpassed the illegal arms trade and may soon overtake drug trafficking.
Individuals that are particularly vulnerable – for example due to an abusive family environment, poverty or displacement during violent conflict and war – are primary targets of traffickers. Once in the hands of the traffickers, they are trapped in a system of pressure, coercion and violence.
They are treated as property and sometimes marked and tattooed accordingly. Victims and survivors of these crimes can suffer from grave immediate and long-term physical and psychological harm.
Due to the ethical, social and legal imperative to protect victims and survivors of modern-day slavery that are being subjected to unspeakable suffering and exploitation as well as due to the implications of human trafficking for democracies (the strengthening of organized crime networks, their attempts at corruption and infiltration of democratic processes), WCH calls for decisive, targeted measures to end human trafficking once and for all.
The newly released WCH policy document serves as a fact-based introduction to the topic of modern-day slavery. It proposes comprehensive societal measures (some of which can be taken by readers themselves) and provides policy recommendations to end this crime once and for all.
John Campbell: World Council for Health Expose Evil
Here is a 15 minute summary of the hard and shocking facts within the WCH briefing.
WHO: Sexual Abuse Of Women In The DRC – by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed
An investigative report exposing the sexual abuse of women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo by World Health Organization officials.
“The announcements of public health emergencies of international concern (PHEIC) by the WHO, as amplified in International Health Regulations and the proposed new pandemic treaty are a conduit to sexual exploitation, socioeconomic deprivation, and human trafficking. Member states have the right to reconsider their participation in the WHO. In Africa, collaboration – for example through community, national, and other alliances – can be far more conducive to health and well-being.” Read more
Max Lowen: Surviving Child Abuse
Max Lowen is an adult survivor of childhood trafficking. Lowen describes first hand, the horrors at the bottom of this rabbit hole. She also shares her secrets for healing from such deep wounds inflicted on a child. Here is this WCH Better Way Live Episode in it’s entirety.
Friends, we are not going here just to gawk at the worst abominations on earth. We are on a mission to expose the crimes, to neutralize the perpetrators, to liberate the victims, and create a future free of such evil. Thanks for being with us.