A B O R T I O N
Foetal experimentation is so grotesque that is seems like a horror
story. But the horror is real, and is described in prestigious medical
journals, such as the Medical World News. If these atrocities are
proudly displayed in the world’s medical publications, we can only
wonder what hideous practices are being carried out in secret! Since
the public outcry during the eighties following the publication of these
atrocities, the media has generated a blanket ban on reportage of
This leaflet discusses four aspects of the culture of death :
1. Foetal Experimentation
2. Harvesting pre-born children’s organs
3. Using abortion to fuel the cosmetic industry
4. The use of aborted children as pieces of art-work.
1. Human Experimentation
In the mid-1970′s, researchers from four British medical schools began experimenting on live aborted babies .Dr. Ian Donald, the British gynecologist, told how he witnessed experiments being performed on lateterm, live, aborted babies at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute. They were not even given an anesthetic, and writhed and cried in agony; when their usefulness had expired, they were discarded as garbage.
In neighbouring Finland at the University of Helsinki, Dr. P. Adam of Case Western Reserve University, took part in experiments on unborn babies of up to 21 weeks. The babies were kept alive; then heir heads were cut off. The alleged “purpose” was to ascertain the chemical-processing capability of live, foetal brain cells.
Medical World News, 8/6/1973
Also in 1973, it was reported that Dr. Gerald Gaull, Chief of Paediatrics at the New York Institute of Research of Mental Retardation, “injects radioactive chemicals into umbilical cords of fresh, aborted babies. While the heart is still beating, he removes their brains, lungs, livers and kidneys for study.”
The Washington Post, USA. 15/3/1973.
This was not surprising as the previous year in March 1972, Wilhamine Dic, who was speaking before the Pennsylvania Shapp Abortion Law Commission Hearings, stated that abortionists at McGee Women’s Hospital packed late-term aborted babies in ice while they were still alive and shipped them to laboratories
Donald DeMarco, In My Mother’s Womb, Manassas, Virginia,
These experiments are not some dissident doctors; according to an investigative article in the Washington Times, 1992, the National Institutes of Health had spent in the previous four years $23.4 million supporting some 259 projects by American medical researchers that used tissue from unborn children. One of these projects involves “humanized mice”. At the Systemix Immunological Research Centre in California, Dr. Michael McCune implant organ tissues from 22-week old unborn babies into
The New York Times, 1990
See YD’s Not all babies are killed by
abortion… for more information.
2. Harvesting Babies Organs
Harvesting organs means conceiving a baby specifically for the use of his/her organs either when he/she is aborted or born.
Dr. A. Ammann, of the University of California, transplanted human foetal thymus glands into two
older children. Both human donors were killed.
Time Magazine, 28/2/1972.
A South Korean abortionist, Professor Lee Myung Bok of Soeul University, paid doctors to cut the kidneys out of more than 12,000 unborn babies immediately after they were killed, pack them in ice and ship them to the U.S. He grossed $180,000 for his efforts. His staff was paid with whiskey, nylon stockings and chewing gum.
The Futurist, April 1976.
Dr. Kekomaki took late-term aborted babies and, while still alive, would slice them open and take heir
organs without even giving them an anesthetic. A nurse observed one case and said that “They took the foetus and cut its belly open. They said they wanted its liver. They carried the baby out of the incubator and it was still alive. It was a boy. It had a complete body, with hands, feet, mouth and ears. It was even ecreting urine.” When Dr. Kedomaki was asked the reasons for this ‘experiment’, he replied “an aborted baby is just garbage.”
Our Sunday Visitor. USA, 29/3/1987
In late 1988, brain cells from an aborted seven-week old baby were transferred to an adult patient for the first time. The cells were implanted in an unnamed 55-year old male Parkinson’s disease victim by a surgical team led by Dr. Curt Freed at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Centre.
Six Paraguayan men were arrested in July of 1988 for plotting to sell seven male newborn infants -aged 3-6 months – for their organs in the US. The men testified that they had been doing it for years and that the practice is “common.” They would give them to women who acted as ‘mothers’ and then they were delivered to firms in the US. According to the men there was certainly no shortage of demand in the US for live, healthy, unwanted babies to use their organs.
Il Tempo, (Italy) 9/8/1988. America,10/12/1988
3. Babies on your face
In April 1980, guards at the Swiss-French border intercepted a Central European truck loaded with thousands of frozen, aborted babies, which were destined for several French cosmetics factories for processing into expensive cosmetics. According to the LA Times trafficking in foetal tissue is brisk because they are used in “…beauty products used in rejuvenating the skin, sold in France at high prices”.
Los Angeles Times Syndicate 1982.
One seller, Madame Renne Ibry, advertisement includes the following “Young cells applied to old tissues are able to regenerate them. These cells are all the more effective if they are living. Taken exclusively from human foetuses.”
The Sunday Times, 29/3/1992 reported how babies are used to supply the cosmetic industry. Lorry loads of refrigerated placenta (from recently aborted children) are being exported to France. No mention
is made that the placenta comes from women; or from Russia, where the abortion rate is one of the highest in the world. The firms using the material in creams include ROC. They defend the use of human placenta on the grounds that it “regenerates” the skin.
4. Human ‘Art’ Shows
During the period 1985 to 1990, several “artists” created earnings and other jewellery that featured preborn babies encased in plastic or plexiglass. Two of these were Rick Gibson and Peter Sylverie who owned a Gallery in Waterloo, London. During their trial, the Court heard that Gibson had obtained aborted babies that had been freeze-dried, from a London college professor. The babies skulls were pierced with hooks, then they were attached to the ears of a mannequin’s head, and given the title Human Earnings.
Sth London Press, 4/12/1987
Spider Webb-an “artist”- bought a late-term aborted baby from an abortion mill for $300, tattooed a
heart on its chest, and displayed it in an ‘art show’.
The Village Voice, January 1979.
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