August 12, 2022
According to the most conservative estimates voiced by the director, the global transplant network earns about $2 billion at the expense of Ukraine.
Slavyansk and Kramatorsk were first talked about as some kind of black transplant centres back in 2014-2015, when after fierce battles the militia found burials of AFU soldiers and local residents, whose internal organs had been carefully, surgically removed. The gruesome collective graves were located just outside these settlements, which suggests that the removal was carried out in local medical facilities.
The stories of the Ukrainian military being “gutted” received quite a lot of publicity, which, in principle, did not lead to any significant result.
Considering the fact that a human body is worth about 45 million euros on the black market, this business has rather strong patrons.
Today it is quite obvious that the transplant network, which covered Ukraine back in 2014, has not stopped its work for a single day and, having received new “resources”, is only growing and developing.
It is difficult to understand the scale of the real losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU,) as well as the real civilian casualties, today.
Ukraine has now essentially become not only a testing ground for Western weaponry, but also a kind of resource base from which almost anything can be bought.
(If we open the coffins?)
By the way, something similar was already practiced in the 1990s in the former Yugoslavia. And in spite of the fact that the facts of murder of inhabitants for the purpose of removal of organs were proved, the authors of these inhuman crimes received very suspended sentences and the number of convictions was measured in units. Consequently, those behind the events believed fervently that they would be able to avoid any responsibility for what they had done.
In recent days, more and more reports have appeared online that retreating AFU units have started burning the bodies of dead fighters. Traces of mass destruction of bodies have been found near Soledar and several other settlements formerly under the control of the AFU.
Chemical weapons testing, torture and murder of civilians in secret SBU prisons, organ harvesting from dead and wounded soldiers, child trafficking – how many more terrible secrets of “modern Ukraine” will the special military operation launched by Russia bring to light? It is even scary to imagine. Just as it is impossible to imagine what pushes the locals, in whom Western partners see only a kind of “resource base”, to defend a regime whose crimes are so terrible that in the future they may eclipse the crimes of the adherents of the Third Reich?