Sunday, December 17, 2006
Worse Than Abortion - Update II
Below from the BBC as reported yesterday.
Healthy new-born babies may have been killed in
Disturbing video footage of post-mortem examinations on dismembered tiny bodies raises serious questions about what happened to them.
Wall of silence
The BBC has spoken to mothers from the city of
This from the For-UA.com (For Ukraine Forum, English version)
Certainly this is the work of the Russian/Ukraine Mob and colluding politicians. What is needed is a verifiable chain of custody for stem-cells to include the origin, enforced internationally. Also, apparently many
The mothers the article speaks of are more than likely unwed young girls who have no defense against a corrupt hospital staff, all the way to the top and beyond.
The city of
Black forces are at work here, folks.
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Others: Sister Toldjah
Update II: This was published in the Daily Mail in the
The plastic bag looks as if it contains meat. But then a right leg is taken from it and placed surgically on the morgue table, followed by the left one. Then the torso. The head follows, a gaping cavity where the brain used to be.
But it is only when the gloved hand of the pathologist examines the tiny fingers of a baby aged about 30 weeks that the full horror of what I am witnessing sinks in.
This shocking scene was captured on video at post-mortem examinations carried out on behalf of Ukrainian mothers who claim their babies were stolen from them at birth.
My inquiries took me around the world, from a private clinic in the Caribbean to the desolate back streets of the
The first hint I had of these allegations arose months ago during a conversation with one of the
Dr Stephen Minger, from Kings College, London, is a distinguished medical researcher who believes stem cells hold the key to finding a cure for some of our major diseases.
"The problem is, I am not sure how the cells are prepared," he says. "A six-week-old embryo can be just 1cm from head to foot, so it's difficult to dissect tissue from it. They may just homogenise the whole embryo." That's a polite way of saying that the aborted babies could have been liquidised.
"I find it very distasteful that they are used for beauty treatments," says Dr Minger. "As far as I can tell from what's been published, a lot of people go to this clinic in Barbados feeling a bit run down, or that their skin has just lost some elasticity, and they are getting 'smoothies' or perk-me-ups."
Once there (in
It was at this hospital, in 2002, that a young woman called Svetlana Plusikova gave birth to a baby girl. The 26-year-old agreed to meet me in a derelict fairground nearby, set in a leafless forest. She was too scared for me to come to her workplace.
Svetlana told me that after a relatively straightforward pregnancy, she gave birth without any complication. "It happened very, very quickly - the doctors didn't say anything."
It was only much later that she was informed the child had been stillborn. "They told me my child had already been dead inside me for five months."
Svetlana was unconvinced. Surely if her baby had been dead for so long, she would have suffered a miscarriage. And why was the dead infant not shown to her? It had been whisked away so quickly she didn't even have a chance to hear if it cried.
"I gave birth to a healthy girl," Olena told me. "She was crying and moving her hands and legs. I was shown the baby. After that the girl was taken away. They told me everything was OK and I could see her the next day."
But that never happened. Olena was told the following day that her baby had died. But when she asked what had caused the death, the answers were inconsistent. "They told me three stories. One, she didn't have enough air to breathe; two, the lungs didn't open; and three, that her heart failed."
The couple tried in vain to find out what really happened, but the more they investigated, the firmer the doors were shut in their faces.
She (chief doctor, Larysa Nazarenko ) was visibly uncomfortable as I set up my camera - her eyelids blinking rapidly as she stood behind her desk. "The children are not lost," she told me. "They are not stolen - that's just somebody else's illusion."
Who, she asked, had put these ideas in this young mother's head?
"It's about money," I said, "about stem cells. About Westerners paying a lot of money for stem cells from babies. And claims that cells from their brains are taken for treatment by various organizations."
"There is no such therapy," she said. "No work in this hospital is connected with the use of cells. This is the wrong address. I deny everything." Then I was ordered to leave.
I will be following this as close as possible…