There was grizzly news this past week concerning those human trafficking networks we've all heard of; according to the following article shared by S.D. and T.M., Pakistani police busted an organ harvesting ring after a missing teenaged boy was traced to an organ harvesting ring:

While the article is fairly short, this story contains all sorts of disturbing implications.  Consider the following (and I am citing the entire article with the exception of the last sentence):

Police in Pakistan said Friday they busted an organ trafficking ring when a missing 14-year-old boy was found in an underground lab after having his kidney removed.

The ring was responsible for luring young, vulnerable victims with promises of lucrative jobs and large payouts before removing their organs — mainly kidneys — to sell for up to 900,000 rupees ($4,000).

“It was only after we followed the evidence and leads that we discovered that there was an organ trafficking operation behind the boy’s disappearance,” Rehan Anjum, a spokesman for Punjab police, told AFP on Friday.

Six people were arrested.

“The boy told us that when he woke up there was an Arab man on the stretcher next to him, so we think that most of the clients were foreigners,” Anjum said.

The gang’s victims were taken to a medical testing lab used for clandestine organ transplant surgeries in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, near the capital Islamabad.

Facilities for such clandestine surgeries in Pakistan often lack proper medical equipment and standards, and patients are known to die from complications as result.

“I’m just grateful that the police found him alive, otherwise they had left him for dead,” the boy’s father told AFP in Lahore, from where the boy went missing.

Police said the doctors and surgeons involved in the operation had not been tracked down.

Notice the implications of what is being said here: (1) children are being lured into selling their organs with promises of lucrative employment, and doutbless not being fully informed of the medical consequences to their own lives for doing so. In this respect, the practice resembles the sex-surgery craze being advocated in the West and in the USSA to allow adolescents to decide to undergo sex-change operations.  One has to wonder if these surgeries are being advocated because of some hidden organ harvesting operation designed to harvest human reproductive organs. (2) the operation is sophisticated to the extent that hidden surgical facilities have been created and maintained, and medical personnel recruited for the purpose. This implies a high degree of organization and financing. My suspicion is that such a network is not restricted to Pakistan, but is in fact a global phenomenon, a world-wide underground network of clinics and surgical operation theaters.

Over the years a variety of other practices have been attributed to these networks: harvesting of "adrenochrome", transfusions of blood from younger people to older, and so on. Organ harvesting is a major "industry" in Communist China.

What the Pakistan story discloses is the reminder that such networks exist.

The real question is, to what degree of international extent and organization?

Years ago, in 1978, the movie Coma appeared, with actress Genevieve Bujold as the lead role and Michael Douglas as supporting actor.  The premise of the movie was exceedingly simple - and downright macabre: a modern hospital's chief of surgery had surreptitiously rigged a particular operating theater in his hospital for the purpose of introducing comas into surgery patients. These victims were then transferred to a remote warehouse facility where they were maintained biologically alive until certain of their organs could be harvested for (expensive) transplant in other patients willing to pay a pretty sum for the privilege. While not explicitly mention in the movie, but strongly implied, was the idea that the rest of the body parts were also harvested and sold elsewhere. Richard Widmark played the chief of surgery coordinating this grizzly activity. It was literally a mail-order transplant business, with the harvested transplant organs literally shipped world-wide.

What the movie underscored was the degree of organization and financial backing that could pull off such a stunt, and how a very few carefully placed people could orchestrate it.

While the Pakistani ring was concerned only with kidneys, the resemblance between the real story and the 1978 movie is all too palpable, and I strongly suspect that somewhere someone has realized that they need not confine themselves to kidneys, and that there is a wider "business model" that could be much more lucrative.

I suspect that here time will tell. But don't be surprised if someday Coma becomes a real story.  In fact, I rather suspect that Michael Crichton's novel which was the basis of the movie, was one of those fact-as-fiction books that was presenting a reality as fiction, much like his Andromeda Strain presented the military's quest for exotic biowarfare agents as a secret component of interplanetary space probes. And if you think that last idea is a bit of a stretch, remember that there are some people who seriously suspect the covid spike protein to have components that are not of this world...

See you on the slip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. adspiro on February 1, 2023 at 6:06 pm

    The law in Scotland changed a few years ago to make everybody donors by default. I wouldn’t trust the medical authorities to take any notice of any documents indicating a decision to opt out, either.

  2. Nidster - on January 21, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    This statement from the article: “hidden surgical facilities have been created and maintained, and medical personnel recruited for the purpose.”

    Perhaps the ultra-high cost of a medical student’s education expenses would be a contributing factor in having them sell their medical services in order to pay-off their education expenses faster.

    • Wu Wu on January 21, 2023 at 11:49 pm

      All part of an hidden system of medicine, —— or?

  3. Berenice on January 21, 2023 at 9:39 am

    I have suspected for a long time that one of the reasons there are so many doctors out there with pilot licenses is that some of them are involved in something very nefarious….

  4. Michael UK on January 21, 2023 at 5:37 am

    There is a lot lot more to this. In Pakistan, many workers in the Punjab are in harsh bonded slavery. They take loans off their employer’s and have to pay them back over many years. They sell their organs to help pay for this.

    In China, organs are harvested from dissidents, political and minority religious group prisoners. Presumably they are put in a coma!

    A deep philosophical question uderlies all this organ harvesting – why are rich people afraid of death and moving on?

    • Richard on January 24, 2023 at 3:43 pm

      . . . It is not so much a fear of dying that concerns the elitist rich who’ve had transplants but by having them they’re likely on anti-rejection Rx’s which lowers their immune responses predisposing them to diseases, infection, and, of course, a bad encounter with the latest microorganism. This is noted by the Party of the east by going west and likely for why [zero-covid] was an issue over there (probably still is) until a work-around is conceived. It’s also a significant clue in investigations for discovery in such macabre practices. It’s not over yet, either.

      It requires a behavioral change by those so involved on the receiving end. Surgical instrument kits, very complete in some ways, are reasonably priced online, too.

  5. marcos toledo on January 20, 2023 at 7:56 pm

    Fiction is a safe way of alerting the public to what their criminal overlords are up to. Since it’s a work of fiction it can dodge the censors’ suppression of the truth.

  6. effortlessbeing on January 20, 2023 at 5:15 pm

    I suspect there is a massive organ harvesting ring happening completely in the open, through the Dept of Motor Vehicles. I had to renew my drivers license last year, and decided to remove myself as an organ donor. The clerk told me, “No problem.” As I was the only one in the office at that time, things moved swiftly, and I was hustled along to take my picture, and sign the key pad. In a few minutes, I was handed my new license, but it still said I was an organ donor. I politely pointed this out, and suddenly it became a “major” issue that the supervisor had to come talk to me about. They said it would be e big hassle to change, and could take some time to correct this. As I was still the only person in the office, I said that I would wait for the corrected license.
    I sat down in the waiting area, and after just a minute, the supervisor asked to talk with me. I thought that this was unusual, and went to hear what he had to say. He proceeded to give me a five minute speech on the benefits of organ donation, extolling the benefits to potential unknown recipients, as well as society at large. The entire time I thought to myself that this is highly peculiar. Why does a DMV supervisor care whether or not I’m an organ donor? And that’s when I realized the entirety of what was going on: the DMV supervisor is a salesman, and has a quota to meet, as well as gets a bonus for meeting his quota.
    The organ donation is a scam to the donor. Organs have a price affixed to them, whether in the legal or black market. When agreeing to be an organ donor, you are basically giving your organs away for free. Its like signing a contract where you don’t know the terms and conditions. Why don’t the deceased’s family get any money from the sale of the organs? Somebody is making money on the sale of the organs, and no one really knows where its going.
    And I’ve heard/read accounts from hospital emergency room nurses/physicians that there is a “time investment hierarchy” in terms of whether the patient is an organ donor or not. The hospital administration is part of the network of organ harvesting, and its all done right out in the open.
    Meanwhile, we get these stories about those evil folks across the planet in places like Pakistan, India and China who do all of this nefarious organ harvesting. Yes, these networks are horrible and its wonderful that they get shut down. But we should also look at the system right under our noses!

    • FiatLux on January 20, 2023 at 6:22 pm

      I’ve heard rumors along the same lines about hospitals and organ donors… In fact, I’ve heard reports out of Western Europe about people being misidentified as organ donors by hospital or ambulance workers, though I’m sure it happens in other places too.

      Imagine there’s an older person in a hospital and his condition is borderline — you could treat him and he might live, or you could withhold treatment and you’re sure he’d die. Now imagine there’s a younger person (or somebody’s friend) in another part of the hospital who needs an organ transplant. Nobody can tell me they’re going to put the same amount of effort into saving the older person if he’s an organ donor as they would if he were not, unless there’s some big financial incentive to treat the organ donor. This is especially an issue in countries with cash-strapped nationalized healthcare systems.

      • Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 6:41 pm

        Good point.
        I have to admit I’ve thought of that.
        Sad to say; it’s also another reason, I’m not an organ donor.
        I don’t trust any inst1tution today.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 6:37 pm

      Like giving blood.
      Organ “donors” are just another, in a long line of – bloody businesses.
      I wouldn’t be surprised, if many “Terms of Agreements”; are now included,
      in the the above businesses..
      Or if it becomes a condition for getting any license, anywhere.
      Such is, the coming inhuman world, becoming…
      But not, if people like you continue to make a stand, and be counted.

    • Kaibosch on January 21, 2023 at 5:25 am

      Yep. There are government and ‘private/partnership’ kickbacks going on everywhere for nefarious covert purposes like this. The medical complex is the worst esp in countries with socialised systems; they have a virtual carte blanche to do what they like on the instruction of the entire stinking System. You’re worth more to them dead than alive. In the US, the govt doled out $2bn under the so-called demonically named Care Act, to hospitals (among others) to keep their doors closed during the planscam. The hospitals were given so many dollars for every person they stuck on a vent and killed – someting like $39K. In the UK, the doctors were being personally paid for every jab they gave and were in effect being financially rewarded not treating people and letting them die at home…

  7. Cayce on January 20, 2023 at 2:58 pm

    Terry Gilliam made a film called, “The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus”, in which the protagonist makes a deal with the devil to marry a woman. The price for that deal was to be their child; his own daughter. The devil being the devil knew his wife would die and came to collect his daughter. When the devil realized that he could enlist the man to collect a more greater prize, a more evil man who was on the run for organ trafficking, the devil let him out of his contract for his daughter and he paid instead with the greater prize.

    • Cayce on January 20, 2023 at 3:05 pm

      The film is definitely worth watching especially if you know what you’re looking for. The metaphors are only known to a few. Even, those who think they are members of the group wouldn’t understand it. I suspect you, Dr. Farrell, and a few others on this site would know exactly how to watch a film like this. Terry Gilliam says a whole lot without saying anything to those without eyes to see and ears to hear.

  8. Kaibosch on January 20, 2023 at 1:49 pm

    Since China has been at it for years then we can assume that its become the new covert business-as-usual model in other parts of the world, particularly in the poorest areas which are presided over by the most corrupt officials. Ethan Gutman has written a book on the Chinese organ trade called The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem. Not that you’d want to read it mind you. I watched an interview he gave to Eric Metaxas (whose channel has been stripped of its best content by Geshtoogle). They select candidates from their political and religious dissidents who are incarcerated.They always chose 28 year olds as theyre are considered to be the perfect organ specimen. I have COMA on dvd. I rarely watch it because well… who needs to right ? There’s more than enough crazy in the world without watching it in movies anymore…

  9. Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 11:35 am

    Finding a needle in unscrupulous haystacks throughout the third world.
    No doubt endemic throughout Pakistan.
    It’s not that it hard to find – it’s a protected industry.
    Those exposing it; may find another kind of justice being rendered, w/official quiet nods.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 11:50 am

      What ever you need: young blood, sex organs, adrenochrome,
      and God knows what else these vampires dream of.
      The military using other worldly weapons – a literal, no-brainer.
      The sci-fi field is replete w/soul catchers; the good, the bad, and the ugly.

  10. Wu Wu on January 20, 2023 at 11:11 am

    How interesting that you should post a comment called “_Coma_” just as the headlines are about The Green _Comet_.
    Anyhoo, Michael was definetely “in” with intel agencies, and so could write this stuff up, which also probably is why the movie was so eerie. Most likely what got him deceased, too. RIP, brother.
    Organs, organs, organs. It seems impossible, from adding up all the stories of harvesting, that all these could possibly go to the transplants of some few rich people. Perhaps a few go to black magic, such as gonads, and some go to cuisine, like hearts and livers. The rest must be going to some other nefarious purpose, for example as food additives( it does happen) and maybe space research.
    Since it’s such big business, the IPO must be listed somewhere, in an hidden system of finance?

    • Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 11:58 am

      Your thinking of the other Michael…, Crichton.
      He actually went public w/the carbon dioxide hoax.
      They laughed. Yet he had the science right, and wasn’t afraid of them.
      Like a Catherine Austin Fitts – he went w/what was the right thing to do.

      • Wu Wu on January 20, 2023 at 1:53 pm

        I only knew one of him. Didn’t seem like there could be two.

        • Robert Barricklow on January 20, 2023 at 9:50 pm


          I had thought you referred to Michael Douglas.
          [probably in another window I was reading at the time]
          Clearly no reference.

          One of my all time favorites.
          Turns out he had a lot of character.
          He was in the business, and knew he was walking straight into the fire of no return.
          But, he also knew the science – and exposed the mainstream CO2 lie.

    • Wu Wu on January 21, 2023 at 1:29 am

      After all, they trade Pork Bellies, don’t they? So where’s the marketplace?

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