Babies born alive in Britain.
After failed abortions, at least 50 babies are still born alive in England every year.
Jill Stanek had such experiences with an American hospital, at Christ Hospital no less. Her story is similar to the one we are hearing about now in England.
I was a registered nurse in the Labor & Delivery Department at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, in 1999 when discovering babies were being aborted alive and shelved to die in the soiled utility room.
Shelved, meaning to put the newborn baby on a shelf until it dies.
Back to the Times article.
In Britain the babies who are to be aborted "should have their hearts stopped by an injection of potassium chloride".
"In practice, few doctors are willing or able to perform the delicate procedure."
I would hope so! I would also hope that doctors wouldn't perform abortions but they do, and nobody knows the grisly consequences of abortion more than a doctor who has to rip apart a human being in the womb.
How can doctors allow a child to be born alive and then just set aside to die?
“If a baby is born alive following a failed abortion and then dies (because of lack of care), you could potentially be charged with murder,” said Shantala Vadeyar, a consultant obstetrician at South Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust, who led the study.
So if you fail to kill the person in the womb and the person is born alive and then dies you can be charged with murder. You've got to be kidding. You can crush the skull of a baby while it is alive in the womb. You can inject potassium in the heart of the baby in the womb. While under the cover of darkness, you can commit the most heinous crimes against a human being under the laws of the civilized world, but if you failed to kill the person in the womb and that person then dies breathing oxygen, all of a sudden you have become a murderer.
I can't believe people like this, the ones who make these life and death decisions would even be put in charge of a popsicle stand!
They don't know how many children actually grow up and how many are killed or die after they are born.
Paul Clarke, a neonatal intensive care specialist in Norwich, has treated a boy born at 24 weeks after three failed abortion attempts. The mother decided to keep the child, who is now two years old but is suffering what doctors call “significant ongoing medical problems”.
They tried not once, not twice, but three times to kill this child who is now two years old!
“The survival of this child was not recorded in any official statistics,” Clarke said. “There is nothing at the moment to force abortion practitioners to account for their failures.”
Thier failures mean people have lived to see the light of day. That's not a failure in my eyes. We have it backwards!!!
How do they want to solve this nasty problem of human beings being born alive? The Alive and Kicking campaign is lobbying for a reduction of the abortion limit to 18 weeks.
I don't agree with this at all since this sends a message to our government and people of the world that killing children earlier is okay. But I guess they feel that this would prevent humans from being born alive.
Our governments have absolutely failed us. They have failed to protect us from murderous people who believe that killing a child in the womb is a good thing.
Jessen, a musician from Nashville, Tennessee, was left with cerebral palsy but is to run in the London marathon next April to raise funds for fellow sufferers.
“If abortion is about women’s rights, then what were my rights?” she asked.
Unite with us once a month on the first Friday at MarchTogether.com to let our representatives know we believe abortion is wrong and it needs to end! We call, email and/or march to speak out for those who have no voice and who are killed at a rate of 4,000 a day.
Please, do your part. Don't leave it to others. The unborn only have us to speak for them.
United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on