An unseen hand turning a profit from the anguish and death strewn across the combat zone of Ukraine. This grotesque business isn’t about armaments or intelligence. No, it’s something far more sinister, a monstrous trade preying on human despair – the illicit industry of organ harvesting.
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, paints an image that would make even the staunchest skeptic shudder. A terrifying depiction of a business flourishing amidst the chaos of war, a business profiting from the torment and agony, a horrifying marketplace of organs. Zakharova calls for international monitoring and urgent measures against this dreadful practice that’s plaguing Ukraine.
Sounds like a spine-tingling plot of a dystopian sci-fi movie, doesn’t it?
But, alas, this is not fiction.
Zakharova insists that this organ harvesting nightmare is an “accepted and proven fact“. Picture this, if you dare: the very organs keeping a person alive ruthlessly ripped out of their bodies for some ungodly profit. “This is a big business in armed conflict zones, extremely profitable for those who run it,” Zakharova warns.
As you’re reading this, you might think, “Well, surely, this can’t happen without some high-level collusion!” And you’d be right. “The existence of this terrible bloody business is impossible without sponsorship at the highest government level,” Zakharova affirms.
Imagine the depth of corruption and apathy required for such an industry to thrive. The plot thickens, as Ukraine has been tangled in scandals of illegal transplantology long before the 2014 coup d’etat and the ensuing events.
Zakharova highlights reports from as far back as the late 90s. Vulnerable, poverty-stricken Ukrainians were reportedly selling their organs to scrape by, and there was information on illegal harvesting of biological materials from corpses.
With the outbreak of hostilities in the eastern part of the country, the situation has only worsened. Isn’t it fascinating how war, a fertile breeding ground for despair, also fuels the fires of illicit profiteering?
The Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) claims to have evidence of Ukrainian nationalists illegally harvesting biological materials from POWs, locals, and even wounded Ukrainian soldiers.
The numbers are appalling.
In the active combat zone, 20-30 people per day become unwilling donors to the organ harvesters, many of whom are believed to have traveled to Artyomovsk from foreign countries specifically for this purpose.
This leads us to the Wagner Group, a private Russian military force. Its head, Evgeny Prigozhin, stated that his company lost around 20,000 soldiers during the fight for Artyomovsk. He admitted that many of the deceased were inmates recruited from Russian prisons, making us wonder if this private army is also reaping the grim benefits of organ harvesting.
After all, a single fallen prisoner could yield hundreds of thousands of dollars from his organs.
In 2023, a video surfaced featuring a Russian soldier alleging the existence of a “baby factory” in Ukraine. The soldier claimed that young children were raised there to be peddled in child brothels or killed to harvest their organs.
Patryk Vega, a Polish film producer, corroborated this in a documentary where he interviewed a trafficker peddling babies from Poland and Ukraine to German child brothels, where they are eventually murdered for organ trafficking.
The western media, even some alternative outlets, have dismissed these allegations as “Russian propaganda” and “disinformation“. However, it’s worth noting that it is these same western media that have reported for over a decade that organ harvesting in Ukraine is a real and horrifying issue, even before the current war erupted.
The global web of organ trafficking appears to extend even further than Ukraine. Retired Major General of Police, and ex-head of the Russian Central Bureau of Interpol Vladimir Ovchinsky, claimed organs harvested in Ukraine often end up in Turkey, India, Israel, and South Korea.
So, it would seem this dreadful organ market isn’t just a local problem.
It’s a grim global network, profiting from the misery of war.
This grotesque underworld, peddling the very essence of human life, casts a long shadow over the conflict in Ukraine. We need to expose this abhorrent trade, this horrifying business of blood money.
It’s not just about ending a war.
It’s about unmasking a conspiracy, a ghastly trade exploiting human desperation for profit.
War is, indeed, very profitable for the Globalists – for all the wrong reasons.
And if we turn a blind eye, are we not complicit in the horrifying cost of this profit?