the act of conducting trade or business, especially of an illicit kind. The international criminal banking cartel run most of the illegal trafficking worldwide including drugs, human (sex, organ harvesting, labor), arms, and laundering of money. Women and men, boys and girls are bought and sold worldwide. They may be living in poverty, unaccompanied children, migrants or people displaced by conflict. They are abused in many ways: Sexual exploitation & forced marriage, Forced labor & begging, Domestic servitude, child soldiers, and organ removal.
Arms trafficking is a crime which involves trafficking of weapons and ammunitions. Illegal trafficking of small arms is a trans-national phenomenon. This trade provides weapons to terrorist organizations operating around the world. Small arms trafficking is an approximately $1 billion-a-year illegal global business.
Drug trafficking by the CIA makes a major contribution to its black budget.Joël van der Reijden names this area as one of the most important covered up conspiracies of all time. After the CIA took over the heroin trade from the SDECE they upscaled it during the Vietnam War. This formula has been repeated in South America with cocaine, a process well documented and placed on the internet in the 1990s by Gary Webb. Post 9-11, the CIA has managed the drug trafficking out of Afghanistan. Drug trafficking is closely integrated with official US/Foreign Policy, although the official narrative remains that the CIA doesn’t engage in drug trafficking as a matter of policy.
Chronological history of Events Related to Trafficking
In July 2022, Rep. James Comer announced House Republicans were aware of at least 150 suspicious activity reports flagged on the Biden family bank accounts. Ten months later on May 10, 2023, House Oversight Chairman James Comer held a press conference on the Biden Crime Family. According to Rep. Comer, the Bush administration created a program that flagged banking suspicious activity reports. It was a way for banks ... Read More
Argentina’s vice-president, Cristina Fernandéz de Kirchner, has been sentenced to six years in prison and banned from public office for life. The court issued the decision this Tuesday (6). Kirchner was found guilty of fraudulent administration during her earlier terms as President of the country, from 2007 to 2015. The country’s federal Prosecutor’s Office concluded that the former president organized a corruption scheme that distributed public ... Read More
The whistleblower, Tara Lee Rodas, volunteered to assist the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [HHS] with the processing of unaccompanied migrant children and was deployed to the Emergency Intake Site in Pomona, California. Rodas sat down with Project Veritas founder, James O’Keefe, and described how precarious she believes the current child sponsorship program is for these minors. “The tax dollars of people who are ... Read More
President Muhammadu Buhari warned last week that weapons from the raging war between Russia and Ukraine are now finding their way into the Lake Chad Basin region. Daily Trust reports that the president while speaking at the 16th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), held at the Conference Hall of the Presidential Villa, said all hands must be on deck ... Read More
Public concerns began when a 9 November 2022 CoinDesk article stated that FTX's partner firm Alameda Research had a significant portion of its assets in FTX's native token FTT. Following this revelation, rival exchange Binance's CEO Changpeng Zhao announced that Binance would sell its holdings of the token, which was quickly followed by a bank run, collapsing the value of the token. This left FTX in a liquidity crisis in which depositors could not withdraw ... Read More
A prominent figure in cryptocurrencies who claimed his ex-girlfriend was a spy and thought he might be “suicided by the CIA” was found dead one day after tweeting about an alleged “sex trafficking entrapment blackmail ring out of Puerto Rico and caribbean islands.” Nikolai Arcadie Muchgian, the 29-year-old founder of MakerDAO, Balancer Labs, and the decentralized Dai stablecoin, was found dead last Friday in San Juan, Puerto Rico. According to local ... Read More
World-class independent journalist Lara Logan was banned from appearing on Newsmax following an explosive segment when she went on an alleged "Q-Anon" rant. Here's the video that got her banned. Nothing she said was false, and while others may have different opinions she did not say anything that could be construed as defamatory, illegal, or even without merit. According to leftist shill The Wrap: The day after Lara Logan's ... Read More
A Texas-licensed attorney who was also assigned as an immigration magistrate by the federal government, was recently arrested in Kinney County, Texas, on charges of smuggling a human and resisting arrest, according to Officer Constable Jimmy Fullen. “Timothy Japhet is a lawyer from Texas who has 19 years of experience practicing family law, real estate law, business law, environmental law, divorce, employment law, and consumer law,” Mixed ... Read More
In this exclusive interview by Savanah Hernandez a whistleblower for MVM Inc., a federally funded migrant escort service, details how thousands of children are being shipped throughout the U.S. on charter flights and buses. He also details how employees of this company are not receiving proper background checks and are handing children off to improperly vetted adult "sponsors". His testimony gives us a chilling insight into ... Read More
In a recent interview, an anonymous whistleblower who works as a "travel youth care worker" for a federally funded contractor, shared that tens of thousands of unaccompanied migrant children are being bussed and flown throughout the US and being handed off to unvetted adult "sponsors." The employee, who works for the government contracted company, MVM Inc., said that the company’s main focus is getting unaccompanied minors ... Read More