Have a Ukrainian heart

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  1. sovereigntea says:

    In early 2022, German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht declared that Ukraine would receive a field hospital and crematorium in support.

    Among the units of the Ukrainian armed forces stationed on the line of contact with the Donbass republics, the news caused panic. Cases of desertion and suicide among soldiers, kept secret by their commanders, began to accumulate. But their fears are based on true stories that originated back in 2014.

    The fact is that at the beginning of the conflict in southeastern Ukraine, a lucrative organ trade business was set up with EU countries, the USA and Israel, under strict supervision of employees of the Ukrainian secret service. Even then, reports circulated that Ukrainian so-called “black transplantologists” were harvesting organs from people who were still alive and cremating them afterward.

    Most of the donors were soldiers of the Ukrainian army who were brought to the military hospitals from the line of contact with the Donbass in an unconscious state. Also sold were organs of captured members of the Donbass People’s Militia, as well as civilians – most of them women and kids.

    An exchange of correspondence between the ex-deputy of the Ukrainian party “Fatherland”, Serhiy Vlassenko, with the German doctor Olga Wieber and the commander of the battalion “Donbass”, Semen Sementschenko, was published on the net. The subject: organ trafficking of killed and wounded fighters of the Ukrainian army.

    The doctor ordered large quantities of donor organs from the ex-deputy, to which the long-time colleague of Timoshenko replied: “We can also deliver more, don’t you follow the news?”. Think about it, find someone – and we’ll increase the number!!!” The business partners enjoy the intense military activity.

    Wieber is interested, “Judging by the news, events are playing into our hands. Do you think the course will not change?”. Vlassenko answers, “It is not to be expected, there will be something to work with!”. “Our Western partners” with their policy create good conditions for us and most importantly – a high number!”

    The soldiers who learned about the delivery of crematoria, organ and blood transport equipment to the demarcation line deserted not without reason.

    According to some reports, another wave of organ purchases is being pushed by Global Rescue, a company that specializes in supplying organs and has contracts with the OSCE.


  2. Tapestry says:

    You notice in the mercenary video the bodies could not be seen. I wonder why….

  3. danceaway says:

    Incredible information, sovereigntea. Thank you for enlightening us.

    Apparently organs must be removed from a live body. How do they manage to get the organs to the distant recipients quickly enough if their destination is the US, for instance? How are the conditions in which the removal/murder take place clean enough in a war zone?

    • sovereigntea says:

      Richard Holbrooke died at age 69 on December 13, thus spared the annoyance of seeing one of his best-known political creations accused of supervising the killing of captives in order to slice out their organs for transplant purposes and financial gain.

      In the wake of Holbrooke’s sudden death, his memory was swiftly burnished with testimonials to his masterly diplomacy as the creator of a new Balkans freed from the Serbian yoke and as Kosovo’s midwife. It was Holbrooke who stood shoulder to shoulder with Albanian secessionists in the summer of 1998 and months later prompted NATO’s bombing of Serbia until these applications of high explosives to civilian targets caused Milosevic to order the withdrawal of security forces from Kosovo.

      The “freedom fighters” of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA)—Albanian gangsters, most notably Hashim Thaci, hand-picked by Holbrooke and Madeleine Albright at the Rambouillet talks (her closest aide, James Rubin, acted as talent scout)—took over. Since unilaterally declaring independence in February 2008, the failed statelet, run in large part by heroin traffickers and white slavers and host to the vast US Camp Bondsteel, has been recognized by only seventy-three out of 192 UN members, including twenty-two of the European Union’s twenty-seven members.

      In April 2008 Carla Del Ponte—former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and no friend of the Serbs—published a memoir on her time at the tribunal. In it she charged that in 1999 there had been trafficking in human organs taken from Serb prisoners, reportedly carried out by top KLA commanders, and that her efforts to investigate had been blocked. Del Ponte’s charges were buttressed by information that Western investigative journalists working for a US-based documentary producer, American RadioWorks, gave to the UN Mission in Kosovo in 2003.

      Following Del Ponte’s accusations, the Council of Europe assigned a liberal Swiss senator, Dick Marty, to investigate. The Marty report, two years in the making, was published on December 16. The report names Thaci, now Kosovo’s prime minister, as having exercised “violent control” over the heroin trade in Kosovo during the past decade, and accuses him of overseeing an organized crime ring in the late ’90s involved in assassinations, beatings, human organ trafficking and other major crimes.

      The report is being reviewed by the EU’s Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, which is already probing a human body parts rip-and-ship facility—the Medicus Clinic in Pristina. Seven people have been charged with international organ trafficking for allegedly luring poor people from slums and promising payment of up to $20,000 for their organs, which were apparently sent to patients in Israel and Canada.

      Marty is grimly detailed, supplying plenty of names, particularly concerning Thaci and his associates in the Drenica Group, “consistently named as ‘key players’ in intelligence reports on Kosovo’s mafia-like structures of organized crime.”


      • sovereigntea says:

        Richard Holbrooke – the Diplomat Drug Lord

        Colonel Eugene Khrushchev, former First Secretary of both the Soviet and Russian embassies in Kabul, an editor of Veterans Today and longtime friend calls Holbrooke one of the world’s biggest “drug kingpins.”

        There are more American names involved including two American senators up to their necks in the Afghan drug business, from the “money laundering” end, making use of thousands of secret bank accounts in the Cayman Islands, Switzerland and elsewhere. Any of this sound familiar?

        Afghanistan doesn’t export opium paste anymore.

        Key Americans, many elected officials, some military, aided by foreign intelligence services, India, Britain, Canada and Germany have built the world’s heroin processing industry there.

        Shipping is handled by the Northern Alliance, for the local market, Afghanistan is a nation of addicts now, and the massive Russian market.

        Europe is handled out of two bases, Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo, where the US flies heroin and turns it over to the Kosovo/Albanian mafia for distribution and to Belgium, where it is distributed for Northern Europe.

        Much goes directly to the United States via long range drones of the private air force of CIA contracting companies, shipped as “rendition prisoners.”