Let’s review the surface of the billion dollar business of selling human bodies through the practice of body trading, organ transplantation and the incredibly destructive effects of organ trafficking that directly impact the quality of human life in the physical reality. As is predictable in the NAA’s Social Engineering of the Death Culture, the human body is worth more money dead than alive. Trading human bodies is a profitable and growing business, with a transplantable kidney’s current market value being approximately $262,000 in the United States.
Today Organ Transplantation and organ harvesting is a massively profitable and booming business model based on the procurement of human body parts, which raises a host of bioethical and spiritual issues. Without ethical consideration for the existence of the soul, these practices do not consider the damaging effect that transplantation of organs and tissues has upon the soul and spiritual anatomy of those involved. Organ transplants are a medical procedure in which a human body part, such as an organ is removed from one human body and is placed in the body of a recipient, to replace the damaged, diseased or missing organ. Organ and tissue donors may be living, or considered legally brain dead or dead via circulatory death. Common organ transplants include the heart, Kidneys, liver, lungs, pancreas, intestine and Thymus. Tissue transplants include bones, tendons, cornea, skin, heart valves, nerves and veins. All body parts come with a hefty price tag. Across the globe, the most common organ transplants are the kidneys, liver and the heart, which are sold at exorbitant prices, many times to the highest bidder in order to be transplanted immediately.
Global Demand for Human Body Parts
As a result of the global demand for healthy human body parts for transplantation that far exceeds the numbers available, the commercial business and black market forms of human body trading and the trafficking of human organs and tissues has skyrocketed. Illegal organ trading nets more than $1 billion each year. The extremely profitable business of selling human body parts has made those involved disturbingly complacent about the unethical ways human bodies are being treated during and after the death process. Organ Harvesting is directly related to human and child trafficking, and transplant tourism, where human body parts are bought, sold, and traded by any means necessary, with no questions asked about where and how the body part was taken. The demand for kidneys has reached epidemic levels in the United States, as when people are desperate they are willing to take desperate measures. As a result desperate people are going to the black market and unwittingly conspiring in the stealing of organs, often taking them out of victims without their consent. In addition to unscrupulous doctors and organized criminals, people are commonly murdered for their organs, and most times it is in the poverty stricken areas, where trafficked children or those that are severely underprivileged are exclusively targeted for their organs.
What makes this even more painful to consider as a complete waste of resources, is the high rate of rejection in transplanted organs. Transplant rejection occurs when transplanted tissue is rejected by the recipient's immune system, which destroys the transplanted tissue. Whether or not the organ is rejected, the fact is that a person with a transplanted organ will be a major medical consumer of immune suppressing pharmaceutical drugs for the rest of their life. When putting such outrageously high price tags on the quality of life and wellness, while treating human bodies as inanimate objects to be traded back and forth as commodities, the constitution of humankind is violated.
The Body Brokers
In the highly profitable market for human bodies, almost anyone can dissect and sell the dead for parts. When people believe that they are helping advance medical studies by leaving their bodies to science, they are actually donating their body to commerce, the buying and selling for parts. Many donor services are businesses that attracts poor people that cannot afford funeral costs, so they donate the body of their loved one. The donor industry model hinges on access to a large supply of free bodies, which come from the poor, many of whom cannot afford funeral costs because they paid for expensive medical treatments for their deceased family member. Many body brokers pay hospitals, hospices and morticians referral fees to solicit customers, to sell the idea of donating the body. There is a big market for dead bodies combined with little to no regulation or public awareness, so this is an area being aggressively exploited with damaging effects. As an example an American donor company makes 27 million in revenue by recruiting body donors through funeral homes, hospices and online ads. And to ensure the quality of body parts being sold and to maximize profits, they used the same production methods and quality control model developed by Ray Kroc, who built the fast food empire McDonald’s. The human body is being treated like a commodity in the fast food industry, an assembly line of production of body parts that feed the predators that exist both in the physical plane and elsewhere. Here is an article for reference.
Legal Criteria for Brain Death
Since the 1960s, laws on determining the criteria for death have been implemented in all countries with active Organ Transplantation programs. Before this time, traditionally both the legal and medical communities determined death through the permanent end of certain bodily functions. When the demand for organ transplantation started to rise, the legal criteria for determining death was changed whereby the body could still be alive, but the person could be considered legally dead. Today, both the legal and medical communities in the US use Brain Death as a legal definition of death, allowing a person to be declared legally dead even if life support equipment keeps the body's metabolic processes working. In some countries, everyone is automatically an organ donor after diagnosis of death fitting legally accepted criteria.
Without consideration of the soul and spirit working through the physical body, what could be the implications of declaring a living body brain dead in order to harvest living organs to be transplanted into another human body? How many people are declared dead when they could be revived?
When the human body is worth more dead than alive in matters of commerce, it is common sense that says the exploitation factors are grisly. These are facts being shared on the surface levels that can be visibly seen, which generate incredible destruction and disease in many human lives, while impairing general integrative wellness, as well as committing violations that greatly harm the soul. It is important to note that the legal criteria for death was changed in the late 1960’s to accommodate mass organ harvesting, and to consider the ethical implications and agendas behind it that impact human society.