Organ Harvesting

Many young people in Pakistan regard selling their organs as their only way of escaping poverty and many people are being kidnap and their organs are being harvested by force. 

Today youthful kidneys are selling for anywhere from $100,000 to $400,000 for ONE kidney depending on the age of the victim and his health. That tells you how much a dead young person is worth to the cartels, mafia, diabolical doctors, and criminal enterprise that is now abducting these young people, murdering them, and making trillions of dollars! The Minister of health in Turkey is still “on the run” from Interpol. Numerous military commanders who were caught were executed in Turkey.

Organ harvesting was criminalized in Pakistan in 2007 by the Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Ordinance, followed by the Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act of 2010. This legislative revolution stemmed from a triad of influences; advocacy by local medical community, national media coverage spreading awareness of the exploitative nature of this transplant commercialism and reinforcement of the above via efforts of international medical bodies: the Transplantation Society and the World Health Organization. 

Prior to this legislature, Pakistan was a destination for ‘transplant tourism’, with two-thirds of the 2000 kidney transplants performed on foreign nationals by 2006. Although the incidents of illegal kidney transplants fell sharply before the 2007 ordinance, it began to rise again in the wake of weak implementation and corruption and the price of sale of these organs as mentioned above

These pictures are of young men who are selling their organs. Others are “tricked” into going in for a routine medical examination by corrupt doctors, then “severely convinced” to give of their organs where they are paid penny’s on the dollar or else face harm.