Skip to comments.Former Abortion Workers Will Bring Down the Abortion Industry
Posted on 10/09/2017 4:33:32 PM PDT by Kaslin
While the national media narrative of abortion focuses on the women, babies, protestors, and the vast political tangential impacts of defunding Planned Parenthood, contraception mandates, and the Supreme Court, one group of individuals consistently is left completely out of the conversation: the abortion workers themselves.
Sometimes abortionists will snatch the spotlight, often not in positive stories, like late-term abortionists Kermit Gosnell or LeRoy Carhart. But what about the unseen nurses, counselors, secretaries, managers, and janitors, all of whom make their living at abortion clinics around the nation? What of their stories?
There are an estimated 3,200 abortion workers currently in this country. Thats not a huge number for the nearly one million abortions done each year. Each of these workers has a story as to why they ended up working in the abortion industry, and I've found in my own work with former abortion workers that no one grew up wanting to do it.
At And Then There Were None, weve helped over 380 abortion workers leave their jobs, quit the industry that had become the source of daily nightmares, and start over on many levels financial, spiritual, and emotional.
I worked as a manager of a busy Planned Parenthood in Texas for eight years. I was even noticed for the good job I was doing by the national leaders with employee recognition awards. But it wasnt enough, and one day, I walked out and never returned.
It was the love and constant, kind contact from the pro-life community that ultimately helped me to walk out. And Ive been telling my story. There are many others like me, others who have finally walked away from a job that was killing them, from the lies they were forced to tell women to the unimaginable horror they saw every day at their jobs.
Its these workers that are frequently left out of the national narrative. Yet, what if these workers got to tell their stories? The secrets of their former lives as abortion workers are devastating to the abortion industry.
The abortion industry builds its reputation on claiming to care for women in their most vulnerable time, when they are facing an unplanned pregnancy with no support. They claim to invest in modern and safe facilities and build themselves up as heroes to women who have no place else to turn.
But when former abortion workers get a chance to tell all, to unmask the abortion industry, the building blocks of these so-called advocates for women come crumbling down.
Abortion workers are the ones in the operating rooms that see instruments left uncleaned, tables stained, bodies unceremoniously handled, sensitive medical documents discarded, and mistreatment of women. They are the ones that have witnessed women being pushed to choose abortion and parents left out of important decisions.
Their voices are missing in the national conversation. We hope to change that, one former abortion worker at a time. When they are ready and many are they will tell their stories, and more of their former colleagues and co-workers will leave the abortion industry until there are no more left to run the clinics.
With gay marriage now legal? Not likely.
How about chronicling the race and gender of those aborted.
I think the African American,Hispanic communities would be interested.
Women probably as well
According to libs aborting a baby is not murder because it is not human. BUT try touching an Eagles egg and you commit a crime.
Which will be delicious.
It’s all about eugenics.
I don’t buy the narrative of abortion clinic staff being victims, though that narrative is obviously a cash cow for the author of the article, and her only claim to the fame she obviously desires.
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The elites needs a constant supply of baby blood & organs to sustain themselves. Even a very prominent business tycoon has gone on record saying that they refresh themselves with infusions of young blood regularly.
That's about one dead future American citizen per day/per worker.
I've read that; some where...
...Oh yeah; the Federal Record!!
My husband and I saw Gosnell: the Movie this past weekend and were horrified but grateful that this story is being told. I strongly suggest that people support the movie- the exposure of this house of horrors which continued, despite multiple complaints, for over 30 years under the noses of Harrisburg Government. No one would to touch an ‘abortion provider’ with a 10 foot pole-no health agencies, no reporters.
The abattoir of the world’s biggest serial killer was discovered
by chance because he was also selling opioids.
Gosnell is in prison for life for multiple murders. The workers (not one of them trained in any healthcare) did cooperate, but also served jail time.
The movie is very well done and is able to convey intense feelings of shock and disgust without showing the viewer the worst of it.The book, however, has it all.
Jun 10, 2017 Billionaire PayPal Founder Admits to Drinking Children's Blood
The billionaire founder of PayPal Peter Thiel has admitted to drinking the blood of teenagers in a bid to extend his own lifespan.The 48-year-old has funded startups dedicated to extending the human lifespan and claims that people are conned by "the idea of the inevitability of the death". paypal founder peter thiel admitted to drinking blood to extend his lifespan
During an interview with Inc.coms Jeff Bercovici, Thiel admitted that he harvests young blood and infuses himself with it in a practice known as parabiosis which he claims is the closest modern science has come to creating an anti-aging panacea.According to reports, Thiel spends $40,000 per quarter to get an infusion of blood from a teenager during the process of "parabiosis", which means the biological joining of two individuals.The huge expense involved in anti-aging parabiosis could lead us to a dystopian future where the wealthy, who wish to live forever, will thrive on the blood of the poor, who will die at a normal age.
Breaking Down The News reports: Thiel a hedge funder who acted as a delegate for Donald Trump and spoke at the 2016 Republican National Convention is reportedly obsessed with defying death and extending the human lifespan.He has injected funds into startups that are experimenting with ways to forestall the bodys inevitable decline and death.
Im looking into parabiosis stuff, Thiel told Bercovici, where they [injected] the young blood into older mice and they found that had a massive rejuvenating effect. I think there are a lot of these things that have been strangely underexplored.Parabiosis experiments began in the 1950s with crude exercises in which rats were cut open and their circulatory systems restructured and manipulated.Recently, some companies have been advancing human trials with parabiosis. Bercovici wrote that U.S. studies in the field are currently lagging behind trials in China and Korea. A California company called Ambrosia is conducting human trials in which healthy people aged 35 or older receive transfusions of blood plasma from people under 25. Participants pay $8,000 to take part and their health is closely monitored for the two years they receive the transfusions. Participants must live in or have the means to travel to Monterey, CA.Ambrosias founder Jesse Karmazin told Bercovici that participants experience a reversal of aging systems across every major organ system. Furthermore, the results appear to be long-lasting, he said, if not permanent.The effects seem to be almost permanent, Karmazin said.
Its almost like theres a resetting of gene expression.Jason Camm chief medical officer at Thiel Capital reached out to Karmazin, saying that the company is interested in his studies. Camm is listed on his LinkedIn page as, Personal Health Director to Peter Thiel and a number of other prominent Silicon Valley business leaders and investors.In an interview last year, Thiel told Bercovici that our culture is a little too biassed against all these things that purportedly prolong life. When the reporter asked Thiel if he was looking at parabiosis as a business opportunity or a personal medical decision, Thiel said the latter.
The practice, he said, isnt necessarily patentable, which compromises its potential money-making value.However, he said, the FDA neednt get involved or study the practice because its just blood transfusions.There are rumors that some wealthy individuals in Silicon Valley are doing courses of parabiosis, but Thiel said last year that he hadnt quite, quite, quite started yet. A spokesman for Thiel Capital said that nothing has changed since then.
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This is downright SATANIC!!
This is a relief!
I thought they got killed for their blood!
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