It’s beyond what the normal mind can comprehend. It drives all kinds of emotions, blood boiling anger, heart wrenching sadness, a passion to do something, a desire to evoke those same emotions in others in order to make people aware of this desperate need, to stop this atrocity against children but in reality no one is safe from what is going on behind the scenes. A baby, a toddler, a young child, teenagers and adults…. No one is safe. Again, I say, it’s beyond what the human mind can comprehend, the normal mind that is.
It’s in the news more these days, which is at least making aware there is a huge issue. Just when I think I’ve written on the subject and can move on to another topic – wham, another story comes up in the news or on social media and now with what I just read, I decided I needed to land on this topic and be a part of putting the focus on this issue. This issue is very real, and we all need to do our part. Everyone, yes, everyone has a role to play in working together to stop human trafficking. What can I do you say, be vigilant, be aware of what is going on around you, who is in your environment, whether your close to home, out shopping, passengers in vehicles near you or if you are flying on vacation or meeting. Learn how to identify a victim and what are the signs… let me interject here, NEVER confront someone you suspect is a trafficker or let the victim know you are aware; it would compromise your and the victim’s safety. Make yourself familiar with the numbers to call to get help and call that number as soon as you become suspicious.
Human trafficking is a global issue and people we would never suspect are involved.
A child trafficker has gone on the record and confessed during a filmed interview to selling thousands of children into sex slavery and admitted to killing hundreds that he was “unable to sell”
British investigative journalist, Ross Kemp, tracked down and interviewed the child trafficker, who admits that he has lost count of how many young girls he has killed, but it’s “somewhere between 400 and 500”
Kemp, an award-winning journalist who is best known for his fearless documentary making, seems to be struggling with his emotions during the interview in which he’s sat face to face with the man as he admits to killing hundreds of kids. You can read the rest of the article and watch the video clip at http://humansarefree.com
Another headline – THE UN Is Normalizing Pedophilia: The Deep State Is Free To Pray Upon Your Children – The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is sanctioning a sexual revolution that will culminate in legalization and whole hearted support of transgenderism but will also support the legalization of pedophilia. Much more is involved in this – The North American Man-Boy Love Association NAMBLA, their trademark “sex before eight, or is it too late”. George Soros gives money to this organization. Kevin Jennings, an Obama Department of Education official, and close friend of Hilary Clinton has involvement in this group as well.
Bootstrapping gender neutral and homosexuality protection issues to pedophilia is already happening. The New York Times is on record saying that pedophilia is not a crime.
Back in 2014 they were already working on changing how the public thought of pedophilia – Margo Kaplin, assistant professor at Rutgers School of Law, Camden wrote an article in The New York Times – Pedophilia: A disorder, Not a Crime
The ACLU is actively defending NAMBLA and pedophilia advocates.
Read the whole article and video UN Imposing Radicle Sexuality Where No Practice is Outlawed clip By Dave Hodges at http:// humansarefree.com
Yesterday Wednesday August 1, 2019 Alex Lasker, AOL.com WOAI-TV in San Antonio. Texas Police rescue 9-year-old boy from human trafficker trying to sell him. Authorities with the San Antonio Police Department and Homeland Security were immediately notified according to WOAI-TV.
Detectives followed several leads and were able to locate the 9-year-old in a parked car outside of H-E-B supermarket around 12:30 am Wednesday. Read the story at www.aol.com. The National Human Trafficking Hotline says in 2018 it received reports of 10,949 suspected human trafficking cases. California, with 1656 reported cases followed by Texas, with 1,000. Beware of your surroundings and keep your kids close to you. Be diligent, don’t be distracted with your cell phones, stay focused!
I hope I have stirred something in you, for you to want to do what you can to help
In my opinion – it is either right or wrong, we all have choices and we can choose to do the right thing or do what is wrong. A rule that I live by is ~ do what’s right, not what’s easy…. Always!