Where Have All The Children Gone?

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There are two types of people who will see paedophilia become an accepted practice in our society – those who embrace it and participate in it and those who do nothing.

There are far too many who refuse to believe it is happening. There are those who look at the evidence and some, instead, attack those who are trying to get the information out. No-one wants to look at any of this. Why should you? Because the children who are caught up in this are dying because what is happening to them is difficult for us to see. Not seeing, allows the paedophiles and traffickers to get away with what they are doing and children are being horrifically tortured and killed. If this disgusts you then you have to say something, do something to stop it, even if it is just to educate your own circle of people.

Do your own research, check out what happened to the children in Haiti and other disaster-torn countries. Check out the charities that have been brought down for having been part of the trafficking of children. Check out the number of agencies, websites, groups and individuals who have been brought down for paedophilia and human trafficking around the world. Check out how they are all connected. Check out how many of these children are being taken from their own countries by rings using the immigrant floods many of our countries are now contending with. Check out Pizzagate, Pedogate, Epstein Island, NXVIM and Allison Mack, the sexual predators among the Movie Stars, the many people associated with the Clinton Foundation who have been charged with either trafficking or paedophilia. 800,000 missing children in the US alone. How has the foster care and CPS system and family courts been used to gain access to these throwaway children? How have we all been manipulated in an ever increasing slope towards disregarding human life, especially children? Continue reading

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The Trafficking of Women and Why “Me Too” Just Won’t Cut It.

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An estimated 500,000 women are trafficked every year into sexual slavery and even when caught the perpetrators are seldom held accountable. Excused by a justice system that is corrupt, they continue to treat human beings as if they are nothing more than mere bodies for them to do with as they please. Again, in order for these pigs to do what they do, they are supported by people who know what is going on, who see what is going on and who do nothing. They are supported by all the people who pay to use these women, caring nothing that these women are there against their will.

These women are taken and forced into prostitution because they are poor and desperate or they are victims of war and of natural disasters. They have no hope to help themselves and have few options. It is not uncommon for them to be burdened with a need for money for healthcare for themselves or loved ones. We talk about not being able to catch the perpetrators as if that is the answer. Why aren’t we doing more about poverty?  Why is it we are so afraid to peel back the layers of our damaged world, to get beyond the symptoms and address the actual source?  While the fish is great when you are starving, the fishing pole and directions not only feed the body, they feed the soul.  People want the right to self-determine, to create their own lives and make their own choices.  You know, like all of us privileged first world people do.  When did we get to the point where first aid was it.  We arrive at the scene of the accidents, stem the blood flow, and then leave them by the side of the road to die.

THIS is an issue that women should be caring about and speaking to. How dare we complain about inequality and our first world issues when there are women being treated like this. Where is our compassion?? How can we justify our outrage over our right to equal pay and complaining that we cannot buy a new designer purse without a raise in our salary when there are women who just want the right to not be taken from their families and raped every night by dozens of men?  We are outraged by the rich and famous having their “ass grabbed,”  how about listening to the nightmare that these women live with?  And before someone else comes up with some ridiculous, social media sign of solidarity, “me too” campaign, this is a problem that requires real help.  I don’t know that we can fix the damage that has been done to those who manage to escape but I do know that those who are still there right now, have no chance unless we decide that they matter.

I doubt very much that at the end of this life we get to smile and say we helped because we wrote “me too” on a computer screen, or because we burned incense for them one night.  Life is real.  Suffering is real.  This is our world and whether doing nothing may be our most damning crime.