As a seasoned psychotherapist, I have heard the horrors of child sexual abuse and ritual abuse, but I had a wake-up call in 2020 to the bigger horror of Child and Human Trafficking. This is a world-wide multi-billion dollar business, and along with the sale of drugs and weapons. I believe that our awareness and resolve to end Human and Child Trafficking is a central issue to humanity’s liberation. Keep in mind that this issue has been minimally covered by the mainstream narrative, and goes deeper and wider than we could ever imagine. Understanding this topic will allow you to traverse the upcoming shift with less shock, more presence, and make you more available to assist others who will have difficulties with the truths that are now emerging into our awareness.
More Facts about Human Trafficking
- Approximately 75-80% of human trafficking is for sex.
- Researchers note that sex trafficking plays a major role in the spread of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.
- There are an estimated 27 million adults and 13 million children around the world who are victims of human trafficking.
- Human traffickers often use a Sudanese phrase “use a slave to catch slaves,” meaning traffickers send “broken-in girls” to recruit younger girls into the sex trade. Sex traffickers often train girls themselves, raping them and teaching them sex acts.
- Human trafficking not only involves sex and labor, but people are also trafficked for organ harvesting.
- An estimated 30,000 victims of sex trafficking die each year from abuse, disease, torture, and neglect. Eighty percent of those sold into sexual slavery are under 24, and some are as young as six years old.
- Ludwig “Tarzan” Fainberg, a convicted trafficker said, “You can buy a woman for $10,000 and make your money back in a week if she is pretty and young. Then everything else is profit.”
- A human trafficker can earn 20 times what he or she paid for a girl. Provided the girl was not physically brutalized to the point of ruining her beauty, the pimp could sell her again for a greater price because he had trained her and broken her spirit, which saves future buyers the hassle. A 2003 study in the Netherlands found that, on average, a single sex slave earned her pimp at least $250,000 a year.
- Although human trafficking is often a hidden crime and accurate statistics are difficult to obtain, researchers estimate that more than 80% of trafficking victims are female. Over 50% of human trafficking victims are children.
- According to a 2009 Washington Times article, the Taliban buys children as young as seven years old to act as suicide bombers. The price for child suicide bombers is between $7,000-$14,000.
- UNICEF estimates that 300,000 children younger than 18 are currently trafficked to serve in armed conflicts worldwide.
- More than 30% of all trafficking cases in 2007-2008 involved children being sold into the sex industry.
- The Western presence in Kosovo, such as NATO troops and civilians, have fueled the rapid growth of sex trafficking and forced prostitution. Amnesty International has reported that NATO soldiers, UN police, and Western aid workers “operated with near impunity in exploiting the victims of the sex traffickers.”
- Over 71% of trafficked children show suicidal tendencies.
- After sex, the most common form of human trafficking is forced labor. Researchers argue that as the economic crisis deepens, the number of people trafficked for forced labor will increase.
- Most human trafficking in the United States occurs in New York, California and Florida.
- Human traffickers often target young victims via the Internet, digital apps and cell phones.
- Sex traffickers often recruit children because not only are children more unsuspecting and vulnerable than adults, but there is also a high market demand for young victims. Traffickers target victims on the telephone, on the Internet, through friends, at the mall, and in after-school programs.
- Several countries rank high as source countries for human trafficking, including Belarus, the Republic of Moldova, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Albania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, China, Thailand and Nigeria.
- Belgium, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey, and the U.S. are ranked very high as destination countries of trafficked victims.
- Women and children are trafficked to the U.S. largely to work in the sex industry (including strip clubs, peep and touch shows, massage parlors that offer sexual services, and prostitution). They are also trafficked to work in sweatshops, domestic servitude and agricultural work.
- Sex traffickers use a variety of ways to condition their victims, including subjecting them to starvation, rape, gang rape, physical abuse, beating, confinement, threats of violence toward the victim and victim’s family, forced drug use and shame.
- Family members will often sell children and other family members into slavery; the younger the victim, the more money the trafficker receives. For example, a 10-year-old named Gita was sold into a brothel by her aunt. The now 22-year-old recalls that when she refused to work, the older girls held her down and stuck a piece of cloth in her mouth so no one would hear her scream as she was raped by a customer. She would later contract HIV.
- Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises because it holds relatively low risk with high profit potential. Criminal organizations are increasingly attracted to human trafficking because, unlike drugs, humans can be sold repeatedly.
- In approximately 54% of human trafficking cases the recruiter is a stranger, and in 46% of the cases the recruiters know the victim. 52% of human trafficking recruiters are men, 42% are women, and 6% are both men and women.
- Some human traffickers recruit handicapped young girls, such as those suffering from Down Syndrome into the sex industry.
- According to the FBI, a large human-trafficking organization in California in 2008 not only physically threatened and beat girls as young as 12 to work as prostitutes, they also regularly threatened them with witchcraft.
- Human traffickers often work with corrupt government officials to obtain travel documents and seize passports.
- Women and girls from racial minorities in the U.S. are disproportionately recruited by sex traffickers in the U.S.
- The Sunday Telegraph in the U.K. reports that hundreds of children as young as six are brought to the U.K. as slaves each year.
- Japan is considered the largest market for Asian women trafficked for sex.
- Airports are often used by human traffickers to hold “slave auctions”, where women and children are sold into prostitution.
- Human traffickers are increasingly trafficking pregnant women for their newborns. Babies are sold on the black market, where the profit is divided between the traffickers, doctors, lawyers, border officials and others. The mother is usually paid less than what is promised her, citing the cost of travel and creating false documents. A mother might receive as little as a few hundred dollars for her baby.
- Due to globalization, every continent of the world has been involved in human trafficking, including a country as small as Iceland.
- Many times, if a sex slave is arrested, she is imprisoned while her trafficker is able to buy his way out of trouble.
- Today, slaves are cheaper than they have ever been in history. The population explosion has created a great supply of workers and globalization has created people who are vulnerable and easily enslaved.
- Brazil and Thailand are generally considered to have the worst child sex trafficking records.
- Nearly 7,000 Nepali girls as young as nine years old are sold every year into India’s red-light district, or 200,000 in the last decade. Ten thousand children between the ages of 6 and 14 are in Sri Lankan brothels.
- Human trafficking victims face physical risks, such as drug and alcohol addiction, contracting STDs, sterility, miscarriages, forced abortions, vaginal and anal trauma, among others. Psychological effects include developing clinical depression, personality and dissociative disorders, suicidal tendencies, Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome.
- The AIDS epidemic in Africa has left many children orphaned, making them especially vulnerable to human trafficking.
- According to the U.S. State Department, human trafficking is one of the greatest human rights challenges of this century, both in the United States and around the world.
To dive deeper into the economic, social and spiritual roots of Human and Child Trafficking, go here
Reference and Research Material
- Free Our Species section on EnergeticSynthesis.com
- Pedophilia and Empire: Satan, Sodomy and the Deep State
By Joachim Hagopian – “We have begun PRINT production, a five-volume set that will help our President educate the American public first, then other publics as to the deep Satanic pedophilic nature of most of their leaders. Each volume is 8.5 x 11 full page size, with the footnotes displayed on the pages rather than as endnotes. Each book has its own index. This is a PhD-level reference work highly relevant to the campaign to take down the Deep State and the Satanists, Pedophiles, and Secret Societies that Torture Children and have cheated hundreds of generations of humanity of their inheritance. Foreword by Robert David Steele.”
- HUMAN TRAFFICKING INTO AND WITHIN THE UNITED STATES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – 08/30/2009
- Tim Ballard EXPLAINS THE ISSUE of Human Trafficking & How To PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN From It | Lewis H(YouTube)
- Operation Underground Railroad
- Tim Ballard: I’ve Fought Sex Trafficking at the US Border, why we need the wall
- Fact retriever: Human Trafficking Facts
- Why the MSM Is Ignoring Trump’s Sex Trafficking Bust by Liz Crokin
- Abolitionist Mom: Disrupt Sex Trafficking; Parental awareness of digital media environment
- WEF Great Reset Globalization Propaganda
Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better
- The Great Reset: Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Great Reset’ of Capitalism a Threat to Our Way of Life: Australian Senator
- Open Source Intelligence, how to fix the broken and corrupt intelligence system(YouTube)
Robert David Steele on Fixing Intelligence – 12:40 Extracts from the movie “A Thousand Pieces” (warning for strong language)
This is a much darker picture of what is happening to children worldwide. If you do not know, you will indeed be shocked, yet it is well-documented and the operations to rescue these children have been in full-force since the beginning of the Trump administration in 2016.