This is a documentary released on 1 August 2022 by Matthew Miller Skow and Nick Stumphauzer about child trafficking in the US involving Child Protective Services (CPS) which, in my opinion, should be renamed to “Child-Peddling Satanists”. The film is narrated by Stew Peters.
The title is a reference to Luke 17:2, “It were better for him, that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should scandalize one of these little ones.”
At a runtime of approximately 57 minutes, brevity is obviously the aim. The production is good, it is mostly edited well. Although it may be too brief for some, it does at least make the point that child trafficking today is systematic and widespread—after all, 83,000 children going missing each month are hardly isolated instances—and that taken more simply, it is fundamentally nothing new.
A few points are included below, not intended as a summary.
For the purposes of this documentary, the definition of child trafficking is “kidnapping the child for profit”.
The US government and Child Protective Services (CPS) are involved in what is basically a government-subsidized child trafficking ring. The system also uses money/funding to incentivize the taking and keeping of children within the foster system.
This involves hospitals and doctors. One example provided is Levi and Marissa Anderson’s baby son who was taken away from them for “missing” a doctor’s appointment.
Child sacrifices to Moloch are referred to in Leviticus chapters 18 and 20. Although the specifics of today are different, systematic and ritual child abuse has been going on for centuries. Even in this generation, the media occasionally cover it. As an example, the film mentions “Teresa”, a survivor of satanic ritual abuse (SRA), who was interviewed on Australian 60 Minutes. The segment was aired in 1989 (and not 1988 as the film states).
The film then shifts to abortion. It is estimated that there have been 63 million abortions in the US since 1973. There have been cases of body parts being sold; for example, Planned Parenthood.
SRA is still going on today according to multiple survivors. It would be helpful to the audience if the film mentions the names of those who have publicly spoken or written about their experiences, that there are more names than one may think.
According to the satanic calendar, there are four “Grand Climaxes” per year which are considered “major festivals” that require the sacrifice of a child or a woman. Kidnappings coincide with these festivals.
It is not uncommon to have “multigenerational rituals” which involve girls as young as 11 years old producing a child for sacrifice or the next generation of “breeders”.
The film’s final segment is on American actor Isaac Kappy was trying to collect information about pedophilia, but realized that his network was infiltrated. He declared publicly that he was not suicidal. Circumstances suggest he was a target of “voice to skull” technology. Later, he apparently “committed suicide” by jumping/falling off a bridge. Whilst some of Kappy’s claims on social media are presented, a little more of his material would be beneficial.
On balance, it is not a bad documentary, worthy of watching especially if one is unfamiliar with the topic. It is intended to be brief but can use a little more substance.
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