Collective Evolution – Mother Teressa’s ‘Missionaries of Charity’ Trafficking Infants Out Of India
A child care facility in India run by the Missionaries of Charity, part of the Roman Catholic Order and founded by Mother Teresa, has been caught trafficking babies for profit.
This is not the first time child care facilities have been connected to immoral and unethical acts like the trafficking of children. It seems to be becoming quite a common discovery.
A lot of information has come to light over the past few years regarding very ‘elite’ people–celebrities, philanthropists and those portrayed as the bearers of goodwill–being involved in human trafficking.
Perhaps this level of fame and fortune comes at a cost? There are a number of examples to choose from, including many high profile figures within the Vatican, high profile celebrities, and members of the Royal Family.
You can see multiple examples in an article I recently wrote that focuses on Jeffrey Epstein, here. People in such circles virtually ‘run’ the world and control the media, thus controlling humanity’s perception of them. But things are changing, and people are waking up.
As NPR points out:
Earlier this month, Indian authorities shut down a shelter home for pregnant, unmarried women run by the order in Ranchi, a city in the eastern state of Jharkhand, after discovering that four infants had been sold, including a 6-month-old boy who changed hands for 50,000 rupees ($730).
A nun, identified as Sister Koncilia, and a staff member, Anima Indwar, were arrested in connection with trafficking. According to The Times of India, Indwar confessed to selling the children.
At the time of the arrests, a dozen pregnant women were living at the shelter, according to Catholic News Agency.‘