[…] The film follows American agent Tim Ballard’s fight against child trafficking. In particular, his investigation to find a little girl kidnapped by Colombian traffickers.
Of course, his case is far from isolated, since human trafficking is said to represent an annual turnover of close to 150 billion dollars. Unbelievable. There’s also talk of a 5000% increase in child pornography over the past year, which partly explains the growing demand for children for sale.
This is the fastest-growing criminal activity in the world, eclipsing the illegal arms trade. It is also said that it will soon overtake drug trafficking. The child will be the world’s best-selling commodity.
One sentence particularly struck me: there are more slaves today than there were before the abolition of slavery. That’s how far we’ve come in a century and a half…
It’s an absolute disgrace that the mainstream media is being so quiet about this film’s release, despite its enormous success. I’d even say it’s suspicious. Why is it still not scheduled for release in France? It is criticized for being too “conservative” and too “Christian” (how can it be?). But that’s probably not the real reason. Especially as the film is far from being subversive or denunciatory. No one in charge is directly targeted, and it’s not really politically incorrect.
Unless, perhaps, you make the connection with the Epstein affair and all those Democrats who traveled on the Lolita Express.
Unless, perhaps, you make the connection with the contents discovered in the laptop of President Biden’s son.
Unless, perhaps, we make the connection with the White House’s migration policy, which for the past two years has consisted of removing controls at the country’s southern border, and opening the door to all kinds of trafficking.
I’d like to finish by pointing out that last May, the current US administration announced that it would put an end to DNA testing of the thousands of young children who cross the border every day, the purpose of which was to verify parenthood. This precaution had been put in place during Donald Trump’s term in office. The decision is all the more surprising given that reports indicate that almost one in three adult illegal immigrants is suspected of bringing in children who are not their own. We live in formidable times…