A friend of mine, a dancer, lives in India. She wrote to me yesterday:
Claim Thai military trafficking Rohingya refugees
"There are new allegations that the Thai navy is involved in the human trafficking of Rohingya Muslims trying to flee religious violence in western Myanmar. The ABC has tracked down Rohingya Muslims in Malaysia who claim they were intercepted, brutally beaten and then sold to traffickers by the Thai military." (source). This minority is composed of 800.000 Muslim people persecuted by Buddhists (the army) in Myanmar... 800.000 generous organ donors... How wonderful is that..."Sais-tu que des musulmans persécutés en Birmanie sont réfugiés au Bangladesh, pays musulman ? Il y a des Bangalis musulmans, les Rohyngas, qui migrent aux USA en disant qu’ils sont persécutés par des Bouddhistes birmans et thaïlandais qui les vendent comme esclaves. En fait ce sont des Bangalis lambdas, qui veulent migrer aux US ou en Malaisie, et utilisent la misère des Rohyngas exploités.
En Birmanie, il y aurait donc un nouvel Hitler... cet Hitler est islamophobe et en veut aux 800.000 Royingas... la minorité la plus persécutée au monde en ce moment ?"
Shana Swart lives in Johannesburg... You should get to see what she has to say about organ trafficking in South Africa, the place where the lives. Just Google "organ trade South Africa"...
Pic: Israeli military admits to organ harvesting
500 Kidneys Taken From Job Seekers Diverted by Flourishing Transplant Robbery Racket in New Delhi, India
"Lured by the promise of finding work, hundreds of people in India have instead lost their kidneys. Some of the victims had been taken to a clinic in Gurgaon, just outside New Delhi, where they were reportedly knocked out by injection, and then learned they were missing a kidney when they awoke. In late January of this year, police raided the clinic as part of an effort to break up an organ transplant racket that authorities believe may have sold as many as 500 kidneys.
This illegal ring, one of the most extensive ever uncovered, highlights the desperate need for organs. In the United States alone, more than 98,000 patients are currently listed with the United Network for Organ Sharing; but only about 26,000 received transplants between January and November 2007." Souce: nature.com