Category Archives: Birth

WHO openly admits vaccines cause more polio than wild virus

The World Health Organization (WHO) is finally coming clean about the fact that oral polio vaccines, which government officials claim prevent polio infection, are actually spreading polio all throughout Africa.

Nigeria, Congo, Central African Republic, and Angola are all reporting new cases of polio caused by the oral polio vaccine, which is causing children to become paralyzed and die in the name of “disease prevention.”

In a recent report, the WHO revealed that there are now seven countries throughout Africa, including the aforementioned four, where oral polio vaccine-caused polio is harming children. Oral polio vaccines are also causing children to develop polio in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and elsewhere throughout Asia.

Contradicting what politicians and health authorities here in the West are claiming about the “miraculous” nature of FDA-approved vaccines, the WHO says that oral polio vaccines are wreaking havoc on public health all throughout the third world.

Because they contain live virus components that have the capacity to morph into full-blown polio, oral polio vaccines are a high-risk “medicine” that we can now clearly see is causing far more harm than good…

See more at https://www.vaccines.news/2019-12-03-who-openly-admitting-vaccines-cause-more-polio-than-wild-virus.html

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Psychological Harm of Infant Genital Cutting

Featuring Anthony Losquadro of http://intaction.org and Dr. John Huber, a mental health professional and a clinical forensic psychologist. Dr. Huber is also the host of the podcast Mainstream Mental Health. We will be talking about the psychological harm of circumcision. Topics discussed include the bizarre American history, medical industry profit , pain & trauma, depression, and suicide.

See from earlier today: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2019/12/gun-control-and-the-value-of-life/

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Gun Control and the Value of Life

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin destroys gun control!
Well worth a listen. Wise man.

He emphasizes:

  • “cultural problem”
  • family breakdown
  • violence
  • desensitization

And as our very own Richard Winkel commented, circumcision may also factor into the equation. After all, violence begets violence.

As a circumcised woman, I have always related better to men than women, and I finally realized it was because I relate better to traumatized people than peaceful people. Circumcision certainly sends the message that you are not valued, not respected, not loved and cherished; that you are no more than a body, a slab of meat; that you must submit to authority because you are powerless, helpless and hopeless. These teachings can stick and need to be seen for what they are, then thoroughly “divorced”, released. They are false, destructive, subconscious mind-control teachings that surely have tormented some who have given up this beautiful gift of life prematurely.

Males in the USA commit suicide four times as often as females and I have often wondered if that might have something to do with circumcision. I tell the story of my childhood interest in suicide in my book The Rape of Innocence: Female Genital Mutilation and Circumcision in the USA. I have also met other circumcised women who have also reported serious attempts at suicide very early in life.

Now that the birthing process is more violent for both baby genders, even though females so far have been spared routine infant circumcision, undue birth trauma and daily stressors are extreme for both, so some girls may be as suicidal and reactive as boys. It’s just not easy being a people – especially in a world where someone sitting in a palatial estate somewhere apparently wants to rule the world… and is working hard to make that happen.

I’d prefer to live in a life-affirming world where no one is traumatized by birth practices and all people are blessed with a peaceful beginning; with wise parents, kind teachers and a safe society; in a world filled with respect for life, joy, love.

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Ronald Bernard – Former Dutch Banker tells his life story with compassion for the dark side

Ronald Bernard ~ Former Dutch Banker testifying at the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ)

A poignant recollection of Ronald’s life from innocence into an abusive family, then time in a poisonous Catholic institution for abused children, where he was even more abused. Ronald’s heart shut down more and more until he also became an abuser and joined the criminal system that is full of hate and feeds on the misery and destruction of humankind. His story goes full circle, all the way to his rejection of child sacrifice, his return to clarity, healing, and his true nature – the love in his heart.

Ronald’s story gives deep insight into the challenge we face as the human race. Will we continue to judge and hate, or will we begin the road to healing for all the damaged hearts in our world, including our own? Healing is possible and essential if the human race and this pretty little planet is to survive and be safe for us all.

He says there is one thing criminals hate – and that is pedophiles. Prisons are not safe places for pedophiles. Their days are numbered once they are jailed for pedophilia.

Well worth a watch. Should be required for every member of the ill-dark-and-naughty. You can tell hearts were touched by the faces of the listeners in the panel and audience. Sometimes just one tiny tear can break an ancient evil spell.

You can sign a treaty at https://www.itnj.org/itnj/itnj-treaty/ – just reading it is a lovely reminder of what we really, deeply want in our world and lives.

Former High Financier: At the Top, They’re all Luciferians

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Open Letter to Doctors and Medical Organizations

This was originally written for pediatricians who are represented by www.HealthyChildren.org – with a few modifications for this blog post. Feel free to use parts of it or all of it and edit it to your heart’s content…

I understand that your organization represents:
“…pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.”

If this is so, then I would respectfully suggest that this organization refrains from recommending foreskin retraction and circumcision. Neither contributes to “the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.” In fact, there is quite a bit of evidence that retraction creates a host of iatrogenically induced problems, that can lead to a “need” for circumcision – and circumcision can be detrimental to “the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.” Circumcision has even led to death in some cases. Infection due to circumcision, bleeding due to circumcision – these are not all that rare.

Plus, an adult retracting a child’s foreskin could rightfully be interpreted as a sexual assault, as can circumcision itself. The child does not know why adults are touching his private parts and cutting on them.

It is highly understandable that the young mind can see circumcision as sexual abuse. The details of the memory might be clouded but the body never forgets. Most circumcised men are reminded something is wrong every time they go to the bathroom or attempt to engage in sexual relations. They never achieve the height of ecstasy they know they could and should.  They know something is wrong, very, very wrong. But their expressed concerns are often scoffed at by trained professionals, who are perhaps themselves circumcised and therefore in denial of their own condition, or embarrassed to address the subject of genitalia.

Let me tell you my story.

When I was a little girl, a little white, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant girl, in Kansas in the 1950s, I was circumcised by a probably well-meaning physician who might have believed that female genital mutilation was conducive “to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.” Genitals were private in those days – nobody talked about them – so I lived in a secret hell for many years, suffering from conditions usually associated with males in our society: night terrors, suicidal ideation, depression, misogyny, anger, rage, and above all, an aversion to all things medical. It is difficult to get a circumcised person into a doctor’s office, even for an annual checkup.

However, there came a time – after age 50 – when I discovered I’d been circumcised. Thankfully, I had a background in and understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and realized that I had been badly traumatized and, as I saw it, betrayed by my mother, for she was the one who had allowed the doctor to cut me. Once I recognized the problem, I was able to do the healing work to release the fear and dread that had followed me, wherever I went, all my life.

But not all who were circumcised even realize they were cut and very few get to the point of healing the PTSD they’ve carried from infancy. Many of the aware yet still unhealed are those you see demonstrating at medical conferences with bright red circles at the crotch of their pure white suits.

The “aware but still unhealed” men – and women – are for the most part angry that they were hurt as children and angry that as adults they do not have the full natural, functional bodies they were born with. It also pains them that even to this day, children are still being subjected to unnecessary cosmetic genital surgery. And I fully understand their grief. Sorrow expressed by the unhealed often looks like anger and rage.

I pray you listen, actually hear, look, really see, and let this message sink deeply into your hearts. Begin treating birth as the amazing, awe-inspiring wonder that it is, women as human beings worthy of great respect, and the children they bear as conscious beings who deserve protection, love, care and “the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being.” – not just slabs of meat.

I am sorry if you too were hurt by circumcision as a child, but the lesson to learn from our own misfortunes is to never treat another as you were treated when you were hurt. To pass on the abuse is a failure to learn the lesson. If you still think circumcision is a valid medical procedure, you are among the wounded. A cursory objective investigation would serve to convince the adult in you that circumcision is – quite frankly – a barbaric torture and has no place in a civilized world.

Respectfully,
Patricia Robinett, author
“The Rape of Innocence: Female Genital Mutilation and Circumcision in the USA” (2006)

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Babies Feel Pain More Intensely than Adults, Brain Imaging Oxford Study Finds

by Sara Burrows

Babies are subject to all kinds of hospital procedures adults would receive anesthesia for without any pain relief, because of the archaic belief that they don’t feel pain. This study may mark the end of those dark ages.

One of the most excruciating surgeries still performed on babies without anesthesia today is circumcision…

Read much more at
https://returntonow.net/2018/10/23/babies-feel-pain-4-times-more-intensely-than-adults-brain-imaging-study-finds/

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Infants Deeply Traumatized By Common Medical Procedures, New Study

A concerning new study suggests that decades of medical procedures performed on infants without pain management has had deeply traumatizing effects.

A groundbreaking study … demonstrates that the infant pain experience, despite long held assumptions to the contrary, closely resembles that of adults.

Researchers discovered that when 1-6 day old babies were exposed to the same pain stimulus as adults their brains “lit up” in almost exactly the same manner. More specifically, infant and adult pain responses were indistinguishable in 18 of the 20 regions observed through fMRI imaging. The only two brain regions that pain did not show activation in the infants were the amygdala and the orbitofrontal cortex: two regions believed to help with the interpretation of pain stimuli…

While not specifically mentioned in the study, the practice of male infant circumcision may constitute the most egregious example of a medically unnecessary procedure. It is arguably responsible for extensive psychological and emotional damage within the male psyche due to the unacknowledged pain and trauma it has exacted in the millions that have involuntarily undergone it without adequate pain management.

Indeed, male infant circumcision is 1 of 6 of the most commonly performed medical procedures and responsible for 1.108 million hospital stays in 2011. The United States has the highest circumcision rate in the world, with an estimated rate of 69-97%, followed by 70% in Australia, 48% in Canada, and 24% in the United Kingdom. This is all the more concerning considering that circumcision is one of the least medically justified interventions from the perspective of evidence-based medicine. Learn more by reading: “The Foreskin: Why Is It Such A Secret in North America?” Amazingly, it has only been less than two decades that the American Academic of Pediatrics recommended anesthesia be used during the procedure. This only happened after research emerged showing behavioral differences in infant and mother-infant dyad behaviors between anesthetized and unanesthetized infants…

Considering what has been revealed by the new study, we must ask: how many infants have had been deeply traumatized not only via partial dismemberment of an important component of their reproductive and eliminative anatomy, but through the pain and anxiety associated with such a medical ritual which lacks unequivocal clinical research support for safety, efficacy, and any of its purported health benefits?

We hope that research like this will raise a flag of extreme caution when it comes to the increasingly prevalent over-medicalization of our most vulnerable populations. In other words, the solution is not simply to increase conventional pain management strategies which have many unintended, adverse effects — even with seemingly more benign over-the-counter drugs like Tylenol, which was recently found to have psychotropic properties such as flattening affect. The focus, therefore, should be on reducing overdiagnosis, overtreatment, and the uncritical implementation of a standard of care which errs on the side of aggressive and invasive procedures.

Read more at Infants Deeply Traumatized By Common Medical Procedures, New Study

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