December 2nd, 2017 – Confession, Testimony Video Of Former African Enslaved In Libya, Bouquet Ismael
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- Exposes African Cemeteries Where Decapitated Bodies Of African Migrants Are Dumped After Organs Extraction
Meet Bouquet Ismael, a man from Cameroon who escaped last year after being sold into slavery in Libya on 5 different occasions.
Watch his testimony video below and see transcript after.
Bouquet Ismael Testimony Video Transcript In English
you may have seen the videos of black people being sold, but that is too late
You’ve only seen videos of 2017
What happened to the videos of 2013? 2012? 2014? They are not showing you that.
Blacks being sold is hurtful that is true but believe me there is worse.
If I tell you there’s worse than that!
That is because I have been sold,
I know what Libya is becasue I made it out of Libya.
I spent a lot of time in Libya. I know Libya like the back of my hand.
I was sold for $270 in a place called Sabha. I worked for 6 months on a plantation.
By God’s grace I was able to escape but it was not over.
I escaped one hell hole to embrace another worse one.
I fled Sabha for Bangali. I was kidnapped by a group of rebels.
The rebel leader was Abdul Karim.
All who have been through Bangali know this man.
This man has over 350 African women in captivity at this very moment.
The men I can not even count.
The whip was a everyday thing. The electric wire on your body.
We were over 1000 people in Abdul Karim’s captivity.
By God’s grace I escaped alone in 2016.
When I escaped, I could not help my brothers that were still locked up.
I can not complain to anyone because everyone is in the same migrant trade business.
When NGOs come visit blacks in prisons, they dress you up in Adidas outfits to give the impression that you are doing well in prison.
Migrants do not speak for fear of being killed.
They come under the pretext of deporting you but they will never deport.
There is a business between NGOs and Libya. It is a very easy game.
The Libyan Navy that is supposed to support you and show you hospitality by deporting you to your respective countries that same Libyan navy rescue you at sea and resell you to other rebels that torture you and force your family to send them money.
I was imprisoned in Libya five times.
Why? If you are caught while crossing the Mediterranean sea, it is the beginning of your worse nightmare.
You don’t even have enough to eat. You got out to find something you are kidnapped. It is not easy.
It is the only country in the world that every Friday they sell weapons in public.
On the sidewalk Kalashnikovs are sold for less than a dollar. Only in Libya.
The young girls. If you see our African sisters in Libya , the way they are being tortured.
In the prison in Raskah, they make men take off their clothes and force them to sleep with their own brother.
Your friend that you eat together, you have to sleep with him.
If you don’t do it my brother, they will break your legs with weapons.
Organ trafficking in Libya.
Our African leaders, you stay quiet with your mouth closed.
That little video from CNN that you saw that is painful , turning the world upside down is nothing.
If they show you the actual reality, it can set off a 3rd World War.
But we didn’t have phones at that time to film what was happening.
There is worse than selling blacks in Libya. There is much much worse than that.
When I say much worse, believe me. I experienced Libya from the entrance to the exit.
Time is of essence we don’t even have a second to waste.
Libyans have private prisons, meaning that every Libyan built his own private prison.
He can catch 15-20-40 migrants depending on how big his house is.
Locks you up and forces you to pay.
We don’t talk about people who are being kidnapped and held in private prisons.
The Libyan state prisons financed by Europe to stop migration of Africans in Europe, the same people who catch migrants in the Mediterranean sea are the same people that sell them to rebels and submit them to slavery like you have seen.
They make them work hard. Many Africans have died.
When Africans die at sea, the corpse wash up on the shore in Souara, the city where I was living. No one is filming this.
Here is a very simple example
When they send 15-20 boats in the Mediterraan sea, there might be 7 boats that make it.
What happened to the other boats? They all drowned.
One boat hold 20 migrants at one time. Imagine if 15 boats were sent out and only 7 made it, meaning 8 boats drowned at sea.
If you multiply 120 migrants by 8 boats, it equals a lot of dead blacks.
You know how that happens?.
You’ve never heard of African cemeteries in Libya, you never asked about the corpses of Africans that drowned in the Mediterranean sea.
We pick up the corpses of the blacks. It is thousand of dead bodies, we dig a big hole, we dump the corpses inside the hole, we never cover the hole with dirt just to make Africans believe that they were buried.
It is not done! That is when the organ trafficking starts.
They remove the essential organs before filling the hole.
I know what am talking about . I’m not talking just talk.
I’m talking about what I experience and what I saw with my own eyes.
They decapitate the Africans bodies. They take the organs they need to sell to the westerners.
There are American and French boats on sea under the pretext of extracting oil. It is all business, it is not oil.
When you hear that 4 or 25 boats that sank at sea, what do you think happened to the bodies. No one is talking about that.
There are millions of Africans who died in Libya.
Some families think their kids made it to Europe but it is not so.
You can’t even tell the family because you will break their hearts.
I’m from Cameroon, I lost a lot of my friends.
As I speak right now, many are still in jail that even African Presidents can not find because they are underground.
You need someone who knows the territory to expose these prisons.
I can not cry anymore. I’m tired of crying. We saw too many corpses.
We thank all of you for the huge protest you did for us today. It is truly heartfelt.
African leaders, if you come or don’t come, you are already guilty but our brothers manifestations give us hope to escape the hell we are facing.
God always has the last word.