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Holocaust?: Baby Alfie is only the Latest Baby Victim of the "Grotesque" Alder Hey which has "Stripped Hundreds of Dead Babies of their Organs"

Was physically disabled baby Alfie Evans only the latest baby victim of the Alder Hey "grotesque" hospital which is known for it's baby "body parts" Holocaust-like medical research scandal according to a British inquiry?

The "Alder Hey organ scandal" reminds one of the German Nazi regime human experiments scandal during it's genocide of the Jews and other groups called the Holocaust for it's grotesque medical research using human body parts:

"As accounts of the Holocaust expanded to include non-Jewish victims,... The medical community regularly received bodies and body parts for research."
(Wikipedia.com, "The Holocaust")

Moreover, physically disabled children like baby Alfie were targeted by the Nazis as "useless eaters":

"The Germans and their collaborators killed as many as 1.5 million children... [including] German children with physical and mental disabilities living in institutions."
(United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, ushmm.org, "Children during the Holocaust")

According to the award winning British Nursing Times magazine the Alder Hey medical institution targeted babies:

"Alder Hey had stripped hundreds of dead babies of their organs without permission of relatives."

"Body parts, some of which were also obtained by other hospitals, were then secretly held for medical research... The findings of the inquiry were described by then health secretary Alan Millburn as "grotesque."

"... Paula O'Leary['s]... 11-month-old son Andrew had his heart and 36 other body parts taken following his death from a brain hemorrhage."

(Nursing Times, "Alder Hey organ scandal ends with final burial," January 18, 2010)

Is there more than medical research involved at Alder Hey in its stripping of baby body parts?

Investigative journalist Scott Carney's book "Red Market: On the Trail of the World's Organ Brokers, Bone Thieves, Blood Farmers, and Child Traffickers" suggests hospitals like Alder Hey might not just be doing medical research, but selling baby body parts.

It is reported that body parts such as human hearts can bring in up to thousands of dollars alone.

Pray an Our Father now for all the babies in hospitals?




Comments

mary_podlesak said…
Parents have to open their eyes with regard to medical "treatments", especially vaccination and "free" health care. There is no such thing as a free lunch.

Alder Hey and the National Health Service must be shut down. All involved should be investigated and prosecuted. The UK government won't do it, but Catholics both inside and outside of the UK should demand it. This is a human rights violation if ever there was one......mary_podlesak

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