Sunday, 23 February 2014

The True Story Behind Child Trafficking & Human Sacrifice In Africa Today

The African Albinos are the most vulnerable children in the African continent. The witch doctors, their helpers and middlemen, and the clients, which include sometimes the members of the police force; they are the murders of these Children. Victims include children snatched or abducted from their parents. The killers and their accomplices use hair, arms, legs, skin, eyes, genitals, and blood in rituals or for witch potions.Fishermen incorporate albino hair into their nets in their hope to catch more fish from Lake Victoria or to find gold in the belly of the fish that they catch.

UNICEF USA: "I just wanted to die" -- A Trafficked Child Speaks out

Help UNICEF end trafficking. Donate to UNICEF Today - In this video, you will learn about the thousands of kids in the United States that are trafficked and prostituted from a retired FBI agent as well hear from victims of sex trafficking. Anyone can be traf´Čücked regardless of class, education, gender, or age when forcefully coerced or lured by false promises.

A victim of child sex trafficking - "My friend, she was really upset, because she was like I think he's really going to be upset if we don't have any money. And so we had to keep going in trucks and sometimes we would stop and we would cry. And I just wanted to die. And I started to think that maybe I deserve this for doing this to my parents and to myself."

Greg Bristol, Retired FBI Special Agent -- "If you think, "These aren't OUR kids" you're wrong. They are our kids. Our friends' kids. Our neighbors' kids. Kids with low self- esteem... or just looking to belong that are easy prey to pimps and traffickers.

These children are cut off from their families. 
They suffer violence and sexual abuse. 
These kids are not criminals. 
They are victims.
We all have to help these kids and give them what they need to go from being victims to survivors."--

JohnTV Overview of Prostitution and Human Trafficking in Oklahoma City

This is a 8 minute video that I often show when asked to address college students, church and civic groups or other public or private gatherings.

The goal is to provide an overview of the problem to initiate debate, create a dialogue and raise the social conscious to the issues of street level prostitution and human trafficking.

Groups often want to see the types of footage I will be presenting to their audience, so I posted this clip for that purpose.

More information available at

Human Trafficking: Pittsburgh Fights Back

Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. People used for labor or forced to sell sex. Learn how to fight human trafficking in our area and help survivors.

If you suspect human trafficking, report it at:

Pittsburgh FBI Trafficking Hotline 412-432-4122

National Human Trafficking Resource Center -- Call 1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree (233733

Friday, 7 February 2014

Sex Trafficking Exposed at The Super Bowl

With all the mindless media distractions and hype surrounding the Super Bowl, even the mainstream media is being forced to report on the massive sex trafficking that takes place during almost every major sporting event. However they are failing to report on the widespread child abuse and sex trafficking that occurs within the inner circles of the elite and with sick pieces of trash like Jimmy Savile and Jerry Sandusky. Infowars points out that the people who cover this up and refuse to talk about it are just as complicit as those taking part in these vile disgusting acts.

Oscar winner Mira Sorvino on sex trafficking in Cambodia

Actress and activist Mira Sorvino discusses her CNN Freedom Project documentary, 'Every Day in Cambodia.'

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Strengthening the Child Welfare Response to Trafficking

Recent reports have shown that the majority of child trafficking victims in the United States have had contact, often multiple times, with the child welfare system. Child welfare professionals can play a critical role in identifying and protecting youth who are targeted by human traffickers.

In the U.S. Congress, a bipartisan bill, the Strengthening the Child Welfare Response to Trafficking Act (H.R. 1732 / S.1823), would help improve state child welfare systems in order to better protect children. 

Join the U.S. Fund for UNICEF in a discussion with special guests from Representative Karen Bass' office, the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST-LA) and End Child Prostitution and Trafficking (ECPAT-USA) Wednesday, January 29th at 4 PM ET.--