July 9th, 2015
Rusvesna – translated by Joaquin Flores
As it turns out, ally of Saakashvili, Georgian official Alexander Kvitashvili did not waste time getting to work in the Ukrainian Ministry of Health.
At first it seemed that his main “achievement” was the elimination of the Sanitary and Epidemiological Service of Ukraine.
However, as it turned out, the most interesting thing was still to come.
Now the Ministry of Health of Ukraine has presented the Verkhovna Rada a draft law on organ transplants.
According to him, firstly , every person over 18 years of age automatically becomes posthumous donor.
Secondly , to allow private clinics to perform the transplants, with all the ensuing consequences and realities that this entails.
Third , living and healthy citizens of Ukraine can sell their bodies to any customer (previously the law held that a person could transplant them only to close relatives).
Thus, the market for organ trafficking in the Ukraine will soon be legalized, which is an unprecedented phenomenon, even for third world countries.
J. Flores note: This story gives us the facts, but there’s more to be said.
If this gets through the Rada, it will legalize something which has been going on in Ukraine – as it did in Albania with the infamous Yellow House – for some time. Ever since the out-break of this war, the small black market of organ harvesting has become quite large. The Kiev Junta has sent incinerators to the front – only a fool would believe they also didn’t send refrigerator units to salvage whatever they could.
|The ‘Yellow House’ in Albania, where KLA terrorists took their victims for harvesting|
Add to this pool of organ harvesting the kidnappings, and death squads terrorizing families in the Donbass suspected of sympathies to the DPR and LPR, and you have a very profitable and sinister recipe for evil.
With this law, criminal death squads will be able to force or forge the signatures of their own victims, thus legalizing everything.