In the news last week, I read a story about the "wrong twin fetus" having been "terminated" in Australia. The staff "treating" the woman accidentally killed the healthy baby, not the one who had a congenital heart defect. Notice the demented wording to make more palatable the fact that a mother KILLED her own CHILD in her WOMB, which should be the safest place on planet earth for any baby, but is the most dangerous.
Basically, since there was a chance the baby might not make it, the parents and doctors decided to go ahead and kill him/her. Yes, that makes a lot of sense. What if the baby survived and needed surgery? Was that just too much to go through for the evil parents, so kill the baby by injecting it with poison instead? I wonder if this monster of a mother has any elderly relatives that have needed heart surgery to keep them going - would she rather they had just been "put down" like she did with her child?
Once they realized the wrong twin had been killed, "[t]he woman went on to have an emergency caesarean to end the life of the sick foetus." I cannot believe this means what it seems it mean - that the sick baby was intentionally delivered, and then left to die because nobody provided life-saving measures appropriate for premature babies.
Sadly, such is the reality of "selective reduction". I have blogged on this subject before, such as when a "doctor" in Florida "accidentally also killed the "wrong" twin, and not for the first time. It couldn't be that he is just a sick, perverted, sadistic mass-murdering abortion doctor who would rather kill two humans than one, oh no, not at all.
Another monster of a mother I have blogged about in the past is a vile woman in South Africa. I would link back to her but last I looked at her webpage several years ago, it was filled with so many expletives I cannot in good conscience link to her. It won't be hard for you to find her website on your own - she is an internet celebrity of sorts because I guess to some, perverts like her are intriguing. You can read my previous post about her here. She basically went through round after round of IVF, killing 80 babies in the process. She eventually became pregnant with quads, and "selectively reduced" two of them. Then she went into premature labor with the remaining twins, and lost both, which she was bemoaning. Ha - I''m sure. "Have pity on me because I only wanted to kill 82 of my children, not 84!" Sick!
Of course, my assessment when I read her reproductive history was that the woman was not infertile at all, just that it would have taken her body some time to bounce back from having been on hormonal birth control for a decade or more. This monster did eventually end up with a set of twins, which she was not deserving of. She referred to her young son by an expletive that, while befitting her, I would never use. But oh, oh, oh, did she get her knickers in a twist over me calling her a monster.
At the time of the post, I did not know that I would be proven right regarding her self-inflicted and temporary infertility a couple of years later, when the woman spontaneously became pregnant. Upon sharing the news with her husband, his loving response was "You f****** [expletive]". At first I thought, what a jerk. Then I saw things from his perspective. This guy has gone through all these fertility treatments with his wife, which does at some point in each cycle require his "contribution". This is something he may likely have resented because it reduced him to the status of a donor, with the doctor doing his (the husband's) part. He had to put of with his wife being a hormonally imbalanced jerk for years. She calls him terrible names and mocks and ridicules him on her blog on a regular basis, although I think, in their family, words that I never use are considered terms of endearment. I'm sure eventually they went on to spay/neuter themselves to avoid such nasty accidents as a pregnancy in the future. Who knows, maybe they have divorced since, because like I said I have not been to her website in a couple of years.
Lastly, I stumbled upon an article in The Washington Post from some time back that follows a couple of days in the life of Mark Evans, a "doctor" that regularly does "selective reductions".
The face of evil
On his website, the pervert has no inhibitions in talking about his monstrous "procedures for patients starting with between 2 to as many as 12 fetuses". Yes, he will even reduce a twin pregnancy to a singleton if that is what the "parents" want.
Of course, most of his clients ended up with an inordinate number of babies due to IVF (think: Octomom), but others like the lesbian couple in the article are a result of a donor and fertility drugs. Wow, the scum of humanity all brought together in this pregnancy.
The nurse at this clinic was even sicker than the doctor, because she actually tried to justify herself:
"I don't particularly like doing the reductions," she said. "I find it very stressful. With every patient, I think, If it was me, what would I do? Some of these people tried to get pregnant for the past five years and prayed to God. And now that they are pregnant, they are telling God: You gave me too many. I sometimes feel like we are playing God, and that is very emotionally stressful."
Greenbaum, who is Jewish, takes seriously her religion's admonition not to take a life. What sustains her, she said, is the knowledge that the reductions she has been involved with were done for sound medical reasons. She would never, she said, work at an abortion clinic. "This is as close as I would get," she said. "Here, it is completely different. You are helping people have healthy babies."
Still, she says: "It's a very hard procedure, because the baby is moving, and you are chasing it. That is what is very emotional -- when the baby is moving and you are chasing it.
"Do you still feel emotional?" she asked Evans.
"I've come to look at it as: The finished product has a much better chance of surviving," replied Evans, who had been following the conversation intently. "Look, you never want to dehumanize it, because then you get cavalier. You have to keep the big picture in mind. We're not losing one. We're saving some."
Sure. Very reasonable.You'd think with her Jewish background, she would take issue to such mass-murder of "inferior" beings.
All this, why? Because it pays well. Taking human life for money. Monsters, Incorporated. There is a place in hell for reprobates like this.