Human trafficking is a $150 billion dollar industry, and millions of children are preyed upon. The United States is one of the top countries for sex trafficking, one of the largest consumers of child porn, and is also one of the largest consumers and originators of child trafficking. It is a source and transit country while the government continues to allow the flow of millions through the borders.
This is a major issue that needs far more attention, which is why Corey’s Digs has produced over a dozen reports pertaining to child trafficking, including reports on organ harvesting, Disney connections, church pedophiles and trafficking nests, several on Jeffrey Epstein here, here, and here, Peter Nygard, taking down the kingpin of child porn, Clinton ties to numerous convicted pedophiles, child welfare agencies, the sexualization of children, as well as hunting the hunters which provides a breakdown of tracking these nests so that people will be more observant, vigilant, and outspoken.
Gaining exposure to this atrocity is critical in preventing these trafficking rings and protecting children, and it is our hope that the release of this movie will help bring more awareness and shine a light on this darkness.
Sound of Freedom is a film based on the true story of a federal agent who rescues children from the evils of sex trafficking. In the film, the agent saves a boy from traffickers and embarks on a harrowing mission to rescue the boy’s sister. Jim Caviezel, most known for his role as Jesus in The Passion of the Christ, plays the lead role of former Department of Homeland Security agent, Tim Ballard.
The film warns that child trafficking “is the fastest growing international crime network that the world has ever seen. It has already passed the illegal arms trade and soon it’s going to pass the drug trade.”
“An estimated 2 million children are trafficked every year and we can help them,” Caviezel explains. “We know this is heartbreaking and it hurts to look at, but the first step in helping these children is hearing their story. Not enough people know this problem exists, and even fewer people are willing to do anything about it.”
The Sound of Freedom team has set a goal for 2 million people to attend the film’s opening weekend on July 4th, representing the 2 million children trafficked worldwide each year. “If millions of us come together today to see this film, we could propel the movement to help save millions of children around the world and you can send the message that God’s children are no longer for sale.”
Appearing on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, Caviezel reflected on his role in the film stating, “This is the most important film. This is why movies were supposed to be made. This is why I wanted to become an actor. I wanted to do things to bring the light on evil. And this is a perfect good versus evil film.”
Jim Caviezel worked with a team of former federal agents and Navy SEALS during the filming of this movie in Columbia. Remarkably, he described a child trafficking rescue mission by Tim Ballard’s team that took place while they were filming. “While we were down there filming… I had a really great team around me, but all of a sudden, they disappeared. They saved 200 children in the middle of this whole thing.”
Criticizing the powers in media, Washington, federal agencies, the banking system, and the “bloodlines” who refuse to address the growing crisis of child trafficking, Caviezel remarked, “It’s a giant octopus… And I think the octopus head has a lot to do with the children.”
“It’s definitely my opinion that this is something they don’t want to solve,” he remarked, “and so it’s going to take the public to put the light on it.” Caviezel added, “The people are the ones who have got to say, ‘Enough!’ and that’s what will drive this whole thing. It’s the people.”
You can purchase tickets here for the July 4th showing in theatres throughout America, or pay it forward, providing tickets for others to watch the film and spread the word about this vitally important cause.
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