The University of Leiden in The Netherlands killed multiple newborn babies to obtain human DNA for “vaccines”
The perpetrators are still alive and these practices still continue till today with the justification that the end justifies the means
Commentaries by Robert Gorter, MD,
October 29th, 2021
Human embryo of approx. 7 weeks
“‘Experiments were conducted on short-term live aborted babies who were not even given the grace of anesthesia as they writhe and cry in pain, and when their usefulness expired, they were executed and what is left, thrown away as garbage.”
A fetus at approx. 9 weeks
The University of Leiden (The Netherlands) is now in the spotlight of the international community. The COVID injections are mRNA and DNA injections that overwrite the DNA in the injected. That is why multiple infanticides have been committed. Not an embryo, but a living, newborn child. To be successful, it had to be “dissected alive”.
Fetus at 12 weeks
What is Infanticide?
Infanticide (or infant homicide) is the intentional killing of infants or offspring. Now mostly illegal (apart from some countries), infanticide was a widespread practice throughout human history that was mainly used to dispose of unwanted children with its main purpose the prevention of resources being spent on weak or disabled offspring. Unwanted infants were normally abandoned to die of exposure, but in some societies, they were deliberately killed.
Most Stone Age human societies routinely practiced infanticide, and estimates of children killed by infanticide in the Mesolithic and Neolithic eras vary from 15 to 50 percent. Infanticide continued to be common in most societies after the historical era began, including ancient Greece, ancient Rome, the Phoenicians, ancient China, ancient Japan, Aboriginal Australia, Native Americans, and Native Alaskans.
Infanticide became forbidden in Europe and the Near East during the 1st millennium. Christianity forbade infanticide from its earliest times, which led Constantine the Great and Valentinian to ban infanticide across the Roman Empire in the 4th century. The practice ceased in Arabia in the 7th century after the founding of Islam, since the Quran prohibits infanticide. Infanticide of male babies had become uncommon in China by the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), whereas infanticide of female babies became more common during the One-Child Policy era (1979–2015). During the period of the British Company rule in India, the East India Company attempted to eliminate infanticide but were only partially successful, and female infanticide in some parts of India still continues. Infanticide is now very rare in industrialized countries but may persist elsewhere.
Parental infanticide researchers have found that secretly, for research and other “noble” reasons, infanticide still exists but in secret and behind closed doors of laboratories.
Infanticide by “dissection”
New Evidence for Infanticide in Creation of Fetal Cell Line Used to Test COVID Vaccines « Jon Rappoport’s Blog
A newborn at 20-30 minutes of age: killed in the name of science (Big Pharma and Profit): “the end justifies the means!”
“To obtain embryo cells, embryos from spontaneous abortions cannot be used, nor can embryos obtained through abortions performed through the vagina: in either case, the embryo will be contaminated with microorganisms.”
“The right way is to have a cesarean section or to remove the uterus in tota. Only in this way can bacteriological sterility be guaranteed.”
“In either case, to obtain embryo or infant cells for culture, a programmed abortion must be adopted, choosing the age of the embryo and dissecting it while it is still alive, to remove tissues to be placed in culture media.”
“Given these premises, one is faced with the dilemma of whether the deliberate systematic destruction of a human being in order to obtain cellular material can be justified, recognizing that it is of great importance for basic research and for the diagnosis of some human diseases. Our research and diagnosis of such great value that they justify the destruction of multiple humans?”
“The Geneva Declaration affirms that the physician has a duty to exercise the utmost care to protect a human’s life from its conception and will not use his knowledge, even under threat, to violate humanitarian law.” (1986-04-26; Herranz, Gonzalo; Il Sabato, no.15… Professor Herranz was at that time President of the Committee on Medical Ethics of Spanish Doctors and Vice-President of the Standing Committee on Medical Ethics of the European Community.)
What exactly happened in 1972 or 1973 in the Netherlands, where a girl was aborted and her kidneys were used to make a cell line that would be used in vaccine testing in the future?
That cell line is called HEK 293 (HEK stands for human embryonic kidney) and has been used to test COVID vaccines.
We have already provided evidence to conclude that the abortion consisted of removing the live child from her mother’s womb and taking her kidneys, which killed her, of course. There are strong indications that these killings took place several times and as justification were given “to the benefit of many”
This evidence rests on the realization that in order to extract viable and useful kidney tissue, the baby had to have a functioning blood supply, which meant she had to be alive.
But the evidence also comes from the knowledge that many other abortions have been performed happily, to harvest tissue for medical research, by killing live babies.
We found a very informative article (2/9/2021) in the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform UK, by Christian Hacking, entitled: “What the HEK?!” by Christian Hacking. Quoting from the article:
“HEK 293 is a human cell line created using a kidney from a dissected unborn baby in the Netherlands between 1972 and 1973. It is the second most common cell line and is widely used in ‘pharmaceutical and biomedical research. It is also used in vaccine making and cancer research.”
“It was used, along with other human cell lines, to develop a genetically engineered spike protein (encoded by the mRNA vaccine) in the initial development phase of the vaccine. The ‘new technology’ Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna vaccine were tested for HEK 293 before starting human trials. These tests are ongoing for all new batches. Ultimately, the ‘old technology’ Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine grew an attenuated viral strain in HEK 293 cell culture…”
“The kidney in question was dissected in 1972 by the team of Leiden University from a healthy Dutch girl of unknown origin. Despite the inclusion of the term “embryonic” in the title, the baby in question was probably 12-13 weeks old when she was killed to secure functioning kidney cells. The man responsible for the investigation was Alexander Jan Van der Eb; he is still alive and still based in the Netherlands.”
“When questioned by the FDA on the matter in 2001, Dr. Van der Eb confirmed it was an intentional abortion of a ‘fetus,’ but gave hazy details of the exact experiments.”
“So the kidney material, the fetal kidney material was as follows: the fetal kidney, with an unknown family history, was probably obtained in 1972. The exact date and other data were deleted and are long known. The fetus was perfectly normal. There was nothing wrong. The reasons for the abortion were unknown as all further information “was lost.”
Author Hacking continues:
“… extracting and culturing living cells is incredibly difficult. To give yourself the best chance of success, make sure the child is healthy, fresh, intact, and sterile.”
As an embryologist and emeritus professor of anatomy confirms:
“To support 95% of the cells, the living tissue should be preserved within 5 minutes of the abortion. Within an hour the cells would deteriorate further, rendering the specimens useless.’
(That statement was made by “Dr. C. Ward Kischer, embryologist and emeritus professor of anatomy; specialist in human embryology, University of Arizona College of Medicine…”)
The only conclusion can be that the abortion in The Netherlands, in 1972, was planned and a team of technicians was on hand. I would say that to ensure tissue viability, the child had a functioning blood supply and was alive when her kidneys were removed, which killed her.
Hacking: “To get the organs to ‘optimal viability’, the child must be dissected and organs extracted within 5 minutes after delivery. Anesthesia also cannot be used so as not to alter the cellular activity of the organs the researcher wishes to obtain.”
“The acclaimed physician Ian Donald, the pioneer of the ultrasound scanner, also claims to have witnessed the WI-38 (another cell line) dissections (1962) performed at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden; he described them as such:
“‘Experiments were conducted on short-term live aborted babies who were not even given the grace of anesthesia as they writhe and cry in pain, and when their usefulness expired, they were executed and thrown away as garbage.”
In his dense book “The Fetus As Transplant Donor the Scientific, Social, and Ethical Perspectives,” immunologist Dr. Peter McCullagh detailed descriptions of the methods used on dozens of ‘fetal tissue donors’ from the 1970s, including the death of multiple babies between 7 and 26 weeks gestation by decapitation, exposure, dissection, and drug testing. Gynecologist and ex-abortion doctor Dr. Bernard Nathanson, passing on his own understanding of abortion and citing McCullagh’s book, claims that the Swedish experiments took place as follows:
“’… in Sweden, they pierced a pregnant woman’s sac at say 14 to 16 weeks, and then they put a clamp on the baby’s head, pull the head down into the neck of the uterus, drill a hole in the baby’s head and then insert a suction machine into the brain and suck out the brain cells . . . . Healthy human fetuses 7 to 21 weeks after legal abortions were used. This is in Sweden. The age of conception was estimated based on the length of the trunk and so on. Fetal liver and kidney were quickly removed and weighed. Now, at 21 weeks, what they did, or 18 weeks, or 16 weeks, was what’s called prostaglandin abortions. They would inject a substance into the uterus. The woman would then go into mini-birth and pass on this baby. 50% of the time the baby would be born alive, but that didn’t stop them. They would just open the baby’s belly without anesthesia, and take out the liver and kidneys, etc.’”
“June 1952, University of Toronto research paper commenting on the method of their experiments suggests that these techniques were universal with researchers working in close proximity to the abortions.”
“No macerated (softened post-death) samples were used, and many of the embryos still had their hearts beating at the time of receipt at the virus lab.”
“According to Gonzalo Herranz, former head of the Committee on Medical Ethics for Spanish Doctors, the best way to prevent ‘microbial contamination is to deliver the child by cesarean section or by removing the complete uterus.”
“A 1982 review of a history of tissue donation confirms this, and much of the above evidence:”
“Fetal tissue for transplantation must be “harvested” within minutes of delivery. Ideally, this is by hysterectomy, where the fetus is delivered in utero. Drugs that reduce fetal physiological activity should be avoided. The fetus is thus in the most alive and conscious state possible when it is opened.”
It is quite clear from Hacking’s article how the standard procedure of infanticide is (still till today) carried out.
It’s perfectly reasonable to assume that fetal cell line HEK 293 — used for COVID vaccine testing — was originally produced, in 1972, by the murder of a baby. Refusal to take a COVID vaccine based on conscience and religion is more than justified.
Given the weight of the circumstantial case, I would say that for all people of faith, refusal is essential.
But we don’t have to allow and passively believe; Billions of believers can resist them.
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