Skip to comments.Harvesting Fetal Tissue For Fun And Profit
Posted on 08/03/2015 9:17:53 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
A series of disturbing videos has brought this grisly practice to the forefront, even if it is nothing new. PhD chemist and theologian Stacy Trasancos dug into the scientific literature to discover some early references
Heres one from 1972, entitled Development of Mammalian Sulfur Metabolism: Absence of Cystathionase in Human Fetal Tissues, published in Pediatric Research. According to the articles introduction: We have therefore examined the development of the transsulfuration pathway in 58 human fetuses, obtained at therapeutic abortion during approximately the 2nd-6th month of gestation and in liver from 5 full term and 3 prematurely born infants.
With this harvesting, our intrepid researchers were able to make the epic conclusion that cysteine, a non-essential amino acid, may be essential in developing humans. For those put off by the publication date, occurring before Roe v. Wade, no worries. The work was a joint effort with Finnish researchers, where abortion was legalized in 1970. Do note the disconnect between touting the results on humans, juxtaposed against the Its not human, its only a clump of cells mantra.
Trasancos cites a few other papers of intermediate vintage (2001 and 1991), and one from 2015, entitled Human-specific gene ARHGAP11B promotes basal progenitor amplification and neocortex expansion, published in Science. Although this work came out of Germany, the researchers elected to obtain their 16 wpc (weeks post-conception) human brain used for immunofluorescence analyses from Novogenix Laboratoriesas featured in the notorious Center for Medical Progress (CMP) videos. This raises a few questions.
How difficult do you suppose it is to abort a 16 wpc fetus in such a manner as to not harm the brain? Bear in mind that the applicable federal law, 42 U.S.C. 289, TITLE I, Subtitle A, PART II, SEC. 111, (b)(2)(A)(ii) provides no alteration of the timing, method, or procedures used...
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In an essay in his 1976 collection, Mortal Lessons, the physician, Richard Selzer, describes a strange suburban scene. People go outside in the morning in his neighborhood, after the garbage trucks have passed, and find a foreignness upon the pavement, a softness underfoot.
Looking down, Dr Selzer first thinks he sees oversize baby birds, then rubber baby dolls, until the realization comes that the street is littered with the tiny, naked, all-too-human bodies of aborted fetuses.
Later, the local hospital director speaks to Dr Selzer, trying to impose order on the grisly scene. It was an accident, ofcourse: The tiny corpses were accidentally mixed up with the other debris instead of being incinerated or interred. It is not an everyday occurrence. Once in a lifetime, he says.
And Dr Selzer tries to nod along: Now you see. It is orderly. It is sensible. The world is not mad. This is still a civilized society."
But just this once, you know it isnt. You saw, and you know.
But the reluctance to look closely doesnt change the truth of what there is to see. Those were dead human beings on Richard Selzers street 40 years ago, and these are dead human beings being discussed on video today:
Human beings that the nice, idealistic medical personnel at Planned Parenthood have spent their careers crushing, evacuating, and carving up for parts.
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