This article discusses the issue of human trafficking and organ harvesting in Ukraine and Canada. It acknowledges the barbaric nature of these practices, quoting Riccardo Bosi to emphasize the severity. However, the article suggests that while these countries may be engaging in such activities, Australia is just as guilty, if not worse.
The author argues that Australia’s form of infanticide has been legalized, normalized, and industrialized. Unlike Ukraine and Canada, Australia does not attempt to hide or keep its actions secret. The various governments in Australia openly support the mass murder and commercial harvesting of newborn Australian children. Legislation has even been passed to enable and ensure the uncontaminated quality of the resulting baby byproducts, which are then sold to the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries domestically and internationally.
The article points out that this is a multi-billion-dollar industry, with the potential to replace the livestock industry. The author even suggests that minced baby burgers could be sold in major supermarkets like Coles and Woolworths in the future. It argues that while certain religious rituals already involve the sale of baby body parts, the Australian governments have not openly admitted their involvement in these practices yet. However, it suggests that once the ritual sacrifice of Australian children becomes normalized and accepted, the judiciary will be able to conduct such activities without consequence.
The article concludes by portraying Australia as the “Lucky Country” but highlights the plight of newborn babies who are seen merely as bone, flesh, blood, and organs to be harvested and sold. It challenges readers to consider the truthfulness of these claims and urges them to confront the disturbing reality rather than turning a blind eye to it.
While the article raises serious allegations, it is important to note that the information provided lacks credible sources and evidence. This makes it difficult to independently verify the claims made. It is crucial to rely on reputable news sources and investigations to address and combat human trafficking and organ harvesting effectively.