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Saturday, April 28, 2012

The Organ Transplant Industry is Immoral

The organ transplant industry is grossly immoral -- anyone paying attention and keeping in mind human nature could have predicted this sort of thing -- and it can only get worse. Via Kathy Shaidle: Dad rescues ‘brain dead’ son from doctors wishing to harvest his organs – boy recovers completely

And, by the by, the reported incident isn't a one-off -- any number of human beings have been "legally" murdered by the "caring professionals", so as to harvest their organs. And it doesn't happen just in Europe.

Why do you think that the "caring professionals" now routinely dope-up so-called "brain-dead" individuals before hargesting their vital organs? It's to keep them from being so impolite as to waking up during the surgery.


Joan of Argghh! said...

So glad to see this. I've been tut-tutted for years for quickly declaring my non-intention to be an organ donor. It's always been a decision based on having a say about my body. Lord knows, women get all kinds of stuff, tests, meds, scans, and all of them are "vital." The big scam now is to declare women to have hypothyroidism. I told my doc to take a walk; she wasn't about to change my life without a full panel blood test. All came back normal. Grrrr!

My brother had a perfectly fine kidney removed after docs told him he had cancer. The large dark spot turned out to be a harmless contusion. No telling who got that kidney. (He's in Chicago, after all.) He's been on epilepsy meds since his teens, which is hard on the kidneys and harder still on his remaining one.

100% agree about the doped-up "coma" trend. How do these doctors sleep at night?

What can we do? Are there no lamposts? No rope?

Ilíon said...

My own mother was callously used by the "caring professionals" of "medical science" as a human guinea-pig back in the 1930s, here in the USA, in Indiana. These days, people tend to think of Indiana as very conservative; but, in the 20s and 30s, it was a very "progressive" place. To be precise, the elites who controlled the governmant and ran the State were "progressives" ... and for those people, people like my mother were means, rather than ends in themselves.

Ilíon said...

Frankly, I rather amazed that they didn't sterilize her while they were hacking her up -- for her own good, of course! After all, crippled people just aren't up to rearing children.

Ilíon said...

Here is an older post on the same topic.