3) The West ran children's charities to help the KLA's trafficking operations.
Alright, let's get back to the European Children's Trust. I'll present the two people on the charity who would have been in direct contact with the KLA, and the Trust's activities that overlap with the KLA's known trafficking activities.
Who on here were in positions to be assisting the KLA? Were there any military people (which, by the way, means the military IS involved in major pedophilia rings because they're helping the NGOs on the ground)? Turns out there are two smoking guns here with the European Children's Trust.
First smoking gun: Anthony Jeapes: "retired" commander, 22 SAS, director of the European Children's Trust from . When I saw that he was on the board I immediately wondered what 22 SAS was doing in this region around the time that he happens to be on the board of a children's charity. One was "escorting orphan workers and kids from Elbasan to Tirana." The second was "Operation Picnic." Per eliteforces.info: "Operation Picnic involved UK/US special forces operating inside Kosovo to gather much needed intelligence... they also scouted out potential invasion routes for use by NATO forces... The SAS also reportedly trained and worked alongside specially-selected Kosovo Liberation Army... the efforts to train and equip the KLA were a joint US-UK operation and involved the US DIA, and UK MI6 as well as serving the former UKSF personnel.
Now, "Tony" Jeapes claims to be retired in 1990 by the time he filed for directorship around 1993. But, the 1998 return shows he was on the "Lord Chancellor's panel of Independent Inspectors." This position deals with "trunk, road, and motorway cases." Well that's a convenient job to have, being able to review any and all cases concerning transport. It must have also been nice having an ear to the ground by still being inside the government.
I might believe that Jeapes had nothing to do with 22 SAS's involvement in Albania if there wasn't a teeny tiny detail: Someone roughly his daughter's age named Esther Shobhan Jeapes was a director for the Premier Oil Albania (Holdings) Ltd. I'm guessing Jeapes pulled a Podesta/Joule switcheroo here. What's also suspicious is that he stepped down as a director from European Children's Trust the same year as the conflict ended--if he was retired, then the Kosovo mission should have had zero influence on his decision to stay or go.
So... Jeapes was most certainly interested in what was happening in Albania while "retired" from the same military fleet bombing it while securing the oil pipeline.
Second smoking gun: Trefor Williams, OSCE for Bosnia and Kosovo mission (Human Dimension department), COO of Diligence, and Head of Albania for European Children's Trust
I have a lot to unpackage for this one so I'll go slow. In true double-speak, OSCE stands for Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe. Its role in Kosovo was doing everything that would make it very easy to establish a corrupt network that could enable human trafficking on the level that the KLA accomplished. "Europa World Year" describes the OSCE mission in Kosovo as the following: "...patrol the region...police units, and to oversee the safe return of refugees. It was also to monitor border control activities and accompany police units in Kosovo, when necessary, to assist them to perform their normal police roles." From Oct 98-99, they got to set up elections, register voters and "supervise" elections, send police to European/US training academies and oversee the human rights issues. This was essentially the same role for the Bosnia mission. Given the overlap between what's needed to traffick women/kids and the role of the OSCE...there's absolutely no way the KLA could've been trafficking people so easily and efficiently WITHOUT the involvement of the OSCE. Not a chance.
In fact, according to childtrafficking.com: "...about 11 out of the 125 trafficked women (who were trafficked via Montenegro to Albania) said that police escorted them along the way. One trafficked woman said she stayed in a policeman's house.
Oh, and of course the OSCE has ties to Soros. This organization often partners with the "Open Society Foundation" to do things like cross-share information. There is a revolving door between the OSCE and the Foundation employees.
Before anyone thinks the OSCE might be "one of the good guys," I'll share the following (in the book, The Natashas): "The level of psychological violence and psychological intimidation used to control these women is deliberate and extreme. It's meant to instill fear--to crush them, destroy their will, force them to comply. There are reports of women being mutilated and murdered for as punishment for refusing to engage in the sex trade. Women have been killed as examples to other women for daring to resist. ...in 2000, the bodies of two Moldovan women were found floating in a river near the Arizona market [a "free trade" zone on the Bosnia border, known for its black market in weapons and women/child prostitutes]. Their hands were tied behind their backs, their feet attached to concrete blocks and their mouth taped shut--all marks of execution-style killings. On the tape over their mouths, their killers had scrawled the words, "Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe [OSCE].
Now, Trefor claims on his resume that his work with the OSCE only began in 2003, and his experience prior to this was with the Head of Programmes for the European Children's Trust, Mercy Corps, and being the Chief Executive of a super-scandalous, likely ponzi-scheme company called the Westminster Foundation for Democracy.
But he also joined a firm called Diligence, which has the headline "we acquire by reading, listening, watching, and following covertly." His resume here says he is "a former member of the UK's Special Forces." To give you an idea of this firm's prestige, one of the chairmen is Judge William Webster, who used to be the former director of the CIA and FBI (not during these conflicts, though... I checked). Trefor is also in this group with Nick Day, who Wikispooks said was doing SBS ops in Kosovo.
Thus, I'm gonna bet money Trefor was also on the ground during the Kosovo conflict for reasons other than directing programs for a kids charity, and was involved with the KLA using the kid's charity as a front to help them.