By Tim Brown
In a recent report, it was revealed that the world’s second largest crime industry, which if we followed the Bible and the Constitution would be the first, is dependent upon the abortion industry.
Just what are we talking about? We’re talking about what President Donald Trump brought attention to in January when he proclaimed January to be National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Life News reports:
Like any criminal activity, human trafficking is driven by money. According to Nita Belles with Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans, if a trafficker has three girls, he can make approximately $650,000 a year. Large events like the Super Bowl are magnets for traffickers to victimize youth and “recruit” others.
In a paper titled The Health Consequences of Sex Trafficking and Their Implications for Identifying Victims in Healthcare Facilities, the authors base their findings on a study of survey respondents – over 100 women and girls who were trafficking victims or survivors in the USA. Some of their findings are alarming:
The average respondent reported having 13 sexual encounters a day, some reporting as many as 30 to 50
67.3% experienced some form of STD or infection
Of the 66 who gave an answer regarding the number of pregnancies they experienced, 71.2% said they had at least one while being trafficked, 21.2% of these reported five or more pregnancies
Of the 64 who responded to an inquiry of how many miscarriages they experienced, 54.7% had at least one and 29.7% reported more than one
Sixty-seven responded to the question of how many had an abortion. 55.2% of them reported at least one and 29.9% reported multiple abortions
According to the report, a girl named Marlene Carson, who was forced into human trafficking when she was only 15-years-old, became a manager of girls and said that “abortion was often part of the equation.”
Carson said that she would hire a woman to pose as a girl’s parent or guardian to take the girl for STD treatments or an abortion.
That’s not all. Carson also had two children of her own through the trafficking industry and had to literally beg for their lives from her pimp.
Those children are alive today because of her actions, and so is another child that was born to a 14-year-old because Marlene made sure her house was raided to prevent a forced abortion.
Now, Carson works to free women from human trafficking.
In the same manner that abortion must face abolishment, so much human trafficking.
Biblically speaking, human trafficking, which is referred to as “man stealing” in the Bible, deserves the exact same punishment as those involved in the murder of the unborn: the death penalty (Exodus 21:16).
Part of helping those caught in the midst of human trafficking is learning to be aware of signs that might identify those who are prisoners of these ruthless thugs.
One of the premier airlines in America, Delta, is helping to educate its employees to look for signs of human trafficking. And lest you think it’s just some creepy looking guy handling kids, think again. Life News points out that those who buy from human traffickers come from all walks of life: esteemed politicians, judges, businessmen, law enforcement, attorneys, social workers, and even pastors.
Life News adds:
With an older person who speaks for them
Won’t look you in the eye – a cardinal rule for victims unless they’re with a john
Looks out of place at a truck stop or another environment
A brand on the neck or arm
In possession of one or more hotel key cards
We have a free comprehensive downloadable resource to help you and others.
It’s time we work to put the human trafficking and abortion industries out of business. If you have a tip on human trafficking, please call 1-888-373-7888.
Republished with permission Freedom Outpost
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