Mother Teresa’s Order Has Been Caught Trafficking Babies In India

Arjun Walia
July 31, 2019

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.

We have to be careful, because it’s quite clear that a massive amount of deception is at work. Just take a look at the Vatican, which has long been rumoured to be involved in Satanic rituals and severe child abuse, and it’s now no secret that they are involved in such things. Multiple members have been accused of strange activities, including George Pell, one of the highest ranking members of the Vatican, who was accused of sexually abusing children. Even those from within have come out and ‘blown the whistle,’ so to speak. For example, thousands of bones have been found beneath the Vatican. It is believed they belonged to about 12 different bodies. The Vatican has not commented on who the bones belonged to or how they got there. Young children were also allegedly kidnapped by members of the Vatican police for sex parties and then murdered. GabrieleAmorth claimed that officials of an unnamed foreign embassy were involved in these activities as well.Amorth was an Italian Roman Catholic Priest and an exorcist of the Diocese of Rome. He claimed to have performed tens of thousands of exorcisms over half a dozen plus decades spent as a Catholic Priest, and has mentioned a number of times how Satanism is practiced within the Vatican.  He has also claimed that girls are commonly kidnapped by a gang of Vatican police and foreign diplomats. Again, he claimed that these girls are recruited for Vatican parties and other crimes with sexual motives. (source)

Malachi Martin, an Irish Catholic priest and writer for the Catholic Church who’s also a Professor of Palaeography at the Vatican’s Pontifical Biblical Institute, is another individual who’s tried to expose such activities. You can read more about that here.

Not long ago, a massive pedophile ring was uncovered with clear ties to Pope Benedict’s brother. Recently, Carlo Maria Vigano, former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States and Secretary-General of the Governorate of Vatican City, has implicated multiple people, including Pope Francis, in sexual abuse. You can read more about that here.

I’m not even going to get into other elitist examples like Jeffrey EpsteinNXIVM, the Rockefeller and Rothschild families, or all of the other countless examples that clearly show links to the trafficking of women and children. In fact, NXIVM was connected to multiple child care facilities that have since been shut down since that discovery. You can read more about that by clicking the NXIVM link above, it will take you to articles that go into more detail. In all honesty, some of the most powerful people on the planet and those controlling the ‘systems’ we adhere to should have been investigated long ago.

This is why we have to be careful. A lot of these people, like the Pope and others within the Vatican like George Pell, have been made out to be scholars and people who deserve to be idolized. The crazy thing is that they are idolized, and when millions of people idolize one person, it gives them extreme amounts of power, which means that many people believe they can do no wrong. So, if they’re ever accused of doing wrong, it’s simply deemed a ‘conspiracy theory’ and remains under the radar. But thankfully, this is all changing.

Handing your power over to figures also takes power out of your own hands. By giving your power to others, you leave your mind open to manipulation, instruction, and influence from the person whom you idolize. Someone who is idolized is capable of extreme brainwashing.

Mother Teresa

Recently, the Indian government ordered its state governments to inspect child care facilities that are run by the Missionaries of Charity – a Roman Catholic order founded by Mother Teresa. The order came after the arrests of a nun and an employee accused of baby trafficking.

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.

CNA reports that one couple reportedly paid Indwar 120,000 rupees ($1,760) in exchange for a child, but that she later took the child back without returning the money. The couple then tipped off police, according to CNA.

India’s NDTV cites an unnamed police source as saying all four babies were sold within the past year.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen such actions from supposed humanitarian groups. Not long ago, a UN panel discussed the White Helmets’ criminal activities, including organ theft and false flag terrorism. You can watch that discussion and read more about it here. Unsurprisingly, it received absolutely no attention from mainstream media.

Apparently, all child care homes that are run by Missionaries of Charity all over the country are currently being inspected.

When I was reading about this, it reminded me of Peter McKelvie, a former Child Protection Chief in the UK who gained attention when he claimed that senior politicians, military figures and even people linked to the Royal Family were involved in a child sex ring. While working in Hereford and Worcester, he helped convict notorious child abuser Peter Righton, who was once one of the country’s most respected authorities on child care. This highlights a great point, and something that I’ve come across multiple times in my research. Many people who work for national child care protection programs are directly involved in this type of thing. McKelvie  is one of many who told the world that these types of powerful VIP pedophile rings have been running in secrecy for multiple years. (source) Working in child care facilities or with children is one of the ways the system allows these people to do what they do.

On Thursday, Subramanian Swamy, a senior BJP MP, said Mother Teresa’s Bharat Ratna award should be rescinded if the Missionaries of Charity group is found guilty. This obviously doesn’t mean that Mother Teresa was involved in such things. But then again, given what we’ve seen from the Roman Catholic Church, it wouldn’t necessarily surprise me.

According to Global News,

Swamy said his stance wasn’t merely influenced by the baby-trafficking scandal, saying he saw it as the last straw in a long line of criticisms levelled at Mother Teresa over many years.

He cited her loyalty to the late American financier Charles Keating, who was convicted of swindling millions of dollars from small investors in the 1980s — Teresa’s charity benefited greatly from Keating’s donations, and she even wrote to a California Superior Court judge seeking clemency for Keating on account of his being “kind and generous to God’s poor,” according to a letter published by Christopher Hitchens in his book, “The Missionary Position.”

Keating was sentenced to 12 years and seven months in prison, but only served a third of the sentence before his conviction was overturned on a technicality. He died in 2014, two years before the Catholic Church pronounced Mother Teresa a saint.

The Takeaway

The takeaway here is that we should be wary of all figures who have extreme fame and popularity and are made to be idolized and worshiped by the masses. The instance humanity does, we give our power away to them and it leaves us open to manipulation. At the end of the day, yeah there are great people out there, who knows, Mother Teresa may have been one of them. But that’s not the point, idolizing somebody else and living according to a doctrine made by someone else prevents us from listening to our own heart.

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