by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
For the past 3+ years I have exposed the American Corporate Christian Churches as willing participants in the Satanic culture, encouraging their members to cooperate with the Government in all the tyrannical COVID measures, including the lock downs and closure of religious houses of worship, as well as becoming vaccine clinics and receiving government funding to inject their members with the Satanic bioweapon shots, including children.
But even prior to the COVID scam, I have exposed the Corporate Christian Church’s participation in child sex trafficking by receiving government funding for the U.S. Government’s child welfare programs, including foster care and adoptions.
This child welfare system is the main pipeline for child exploitation and sex trafficking, and the entire evil system would be crippled and brought to its knees if the Christian churches just stopped participating in it, and stopped receiving government funding to parent other people’s children. See:
And even though I have been exposing this horrible problem for years now, I have yet to hear any testimonies about how a single church has stepped forward to say they would stop receiving government funds to foster and adopt other people’s children.
Almost every single Christian church in America today believes they are doing “God’s work” by participating in the government child welfare system and taking children away from their biological families, where they are often called “orphans” even though in almost every single case that child still has family members who would willingly care for them if they were just allowed to do so.
And for the very few children who truly are orphans and have nobody to care for them, why does a non-profit church have to receive government funds and enter into their Satanic child welfare system, where the State has total control over that child even while in the custody of a foster family, rather than just take care of that child themselves without being paid by the Government?
But it gets even worse, as the number of clergy who are arrested and convicted of child sex abuse or child sex trafficking is probably at a much higher rate than even the general, non-Christian population.
It was reported last month (May, 2023) for example, that one third of the Catholic Churches in California face bankruptcy as they deal with over 3000 lawsuits alleging sex abuse.
At least a third of the 12 Roman Catholic dioceses in California have either filed for bankruptcy or are contemplating doing so to deal with an influx of lawsuits filed by survivors of childhood sexual abuse after a state law opened a three-year window in which cases were exempted from age limits.
More than 3,000 lawsuits have been filed against the Catholic Church in California under a 2019 state law that allowed alleged victims to sue up to the age of 40.
Advocates have been stunned by the number of cases that surfaced during the window, which closed at the end of December. (Full article.)
In 2019 the Houston Chronicle ran an investigative report that found widespread child sex abuse by over 220 Southern Baptist leaders against more than 700 victims. See:
And this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to child sex abuse and trafficking in the Christian Churches. Here are a few other articles where we have exposed this:
Florida Parents Beware! Your Children are NOT Safe! Pastors and Foster Parents in Florida are Sexually Trafficking Children
Pastor Convicted of Repeatedly Raping Adopted Daughter Gets Light Sentence Because of “Longtime Ministry”
Former County Administrator, CPS Board Member, and Pastor’s Wife Sentenced to Prison for Child Sex Trafficking Involvement
Pedophilia Crimes Against Children Inside and Outside the Church – Time to Acknowledge the Child Sex Trafficking Problem
And now, Christian Churches across the U.S. are about to become even more dangerous for young children who are sexually abused, as several states are introducing legislation that will require pastors, priests, and other clergy to become “mandated reporters” when they discover that a child is being sexually abused within their church, rather than trying to deal with the issue themselves within their congregations.
Making Clergy Mandated Reporters? No Prayer This Curbs Child Abuse
Laws requiring most professionals dealing with children to report any suspicion of “child abuse” were put in place decades ago — with no studies beforehand to see if they would work. Now that mandatory reporting finally has been studied, the evidence shows that it has backfired.
Mandatory reporting drives families away from seeking help, and overloads the system with false reports, making it harder to find the relatively few children in real danger. Many one-time proponents have had second thoughts.
But instead of heeding that research, in several states, legislators have proposed expanding mandatory reporting into one of the few fields that has typically been viewed as sacrosanct: the clergy.
There are campaigns to include clergy in states where they are excluded from such mandates entirely, or eliminate an exemption for what is the literal and figurative sacred space of the confessional.
This concept is sure to backfire. It will do nothing to catch predators among the clergy. Meanwhile, it will take away what may be the one place an impoverished parent still can turn for help without fear of an investigation by the family police (a more accurate term than “child protective services”). (Read the full article.)
Here is another video clip from the recently produced documentary, “Cages – Epic Human Trafficking Truth”, where a whistleblower reveals how human trafficking at the Arizona – Mexican border is putting many migrants onto the streets of Phoenix where Christian ministries traffick them as part of their “homeless ministries.”
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