Organ Trafficking And How Much You Are Really Worth

The bottom line is way beyond psychology and philosophy but grasping that ignorance harms as much as artillery. Ignorance  is staggering, and that is mainly why shrugging off out of a lack of concern or a feeling of powerlessness is often chosen as a response when confronted with organ and human trafficking. 

It is about time to contemplate the reality that man-made laws are bunk and must be rewritten.  This system cannot be rescued. A system that prompts desperate actions like selling one’s organs has no rights to be perpetuated. It must be restarted from scratch! Mainstream philosophy and psychology are helpless in helping resolve world dilemmas, they too have shown their boundaries and are now officially obsolete.  This is because they have never made really sense (rather used for intellectual self-indulgence) that we are faced today with an impasse and possibly society’s downfall. 

The problem, you see, is that biologists have found out that ‘living organs’ have much longer life spans when transplanted… so the hunt shows no signs of slowing down, which is excellent for business!  China’s $1bn illegal organ trafficking trade exposed. We ought to grasp that the traffic is protected in higher sphere, just like illegal drugs. It is just too lucrative. People are in general not inclined to donate a relative in the need an organ  because there are so many on the black market already! By the same token, one has to question prohibition (which keeps prices high)  as a whole and as why ruling powers are font of it.  These two aspects makes the case for a voluntary and money-free society. 

Organ Harvesting and the Black Market

No to mention that the quoted stats below are for America only, so we should not trust the estimate of The World Health Organization amounting to 10,000 black market operations happen each year. The situation is a lot worse than that. The WHO of course does not include China. It is deeply troubling to see the WHO numbers parroted by the media and other humanitarian organizations.  

Just look at the numbers of the transplant waiting list. What we should wonder about is how can so many people have such problems to start with? Well…. how about understanding that our contaminated and toxic food chain is at the core of the problem. The organ the most sought is the kidney for example, but diabetes destroys kidneys. Interestingly people with diabetes are on meat restricted diet… so what does it mean? That high meat consumption, and not just sugar, is also fueling the trend. Money is the ultimate driving force. How far will society have to go into materialism before comprehending that money will always make people irrational — or turn them into criminals. Monetarism has a lot  more downsides than upsides. 

Some facts according to the U.S. Department of Health and Services | About 30 people die every day while waiting for an organ transplant in the United States | Every month, more than 2,000 new names are added to the national waiting list for organ transplants | As of March 2014 the national waiting list has 121,680 people in line. Only 15% of those waiting will get an organ this year. 

Organ trafficking also defines the new economic racism

Europe economic downturn has not been reversed as you read this. And this articles was written 5 years ago.  

Black Market for Body Parts Spreads Among the Poor in Europe. Desperate Europeans Try to Sell Kidneys, Lungs being offered for as much as $250K (nytimes 2012)

Kidney Valley: Nepalese villagers preyed upon by a thriving organ black market 

Again, the Earth Custodians blog is not a “bad news only blog” as it offers an alternative to the Universal Basic Income, another recipe for more social control and potentially rationing the access to food.  The Earth Custodians will continue to expose the flaws of monetarism breaking apart society further, what will not change with cyrptocurrencies. Eventually, and if not running out of steam due to external factors,  people will find a way to go around, collude and form monopolies, there is no if but when.

 “Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws.” – Plato 

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