posted on Oct, 20 2013 @ 03:04 PM
Goes to show you how irresponsible the whole system is. Until corporate hysteria is removed form the entire complex, the technology necessary to avoid
this kind of sickness won't come or last long if it does.
Nothing should come at the cost of another human being against that person's will. Even if it was the most tragic case that the trafficked girl's
caretakers sold her for money, it's just a grim reminder that our system DOESN'T WORK, and that it relies on grief and agony to look pretty for those
at the top.
There is absolutely no defending this atrocity. None, zero.
I will go one further though cause I believe the punishment should fit the crime.
Those caught trafficking for such purposes should be made to forfeit their organs at the execution they have earned that includes the doctors and
recipients, anyone with knowledge of what was transpireing.
Though I'm sure that if anyone in the know that tries to terminate the trafficking or receiving process they would be attacked with a lawsuit by 24/7
lawers that along the lines of "intentional sabotage though civil obstruction"
And the news would go something like this.
"Organ recipients have something to fear? A Healthcare worker was caught denying transplant patients treatment because it was against their beliefs!!
Do you know anyone in need of an organ donation and should YOU be concerned? More on this at 11."
edit on 20-10-2013 by BlubberyConspiracy
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