posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 07:04 PM
This is going to be a short Op because I have no proof to offer. This is all speculation on my part, but this must be discussed. Especially with all
the genetic engineering and organ donation situations, I feel this deserves a meeting of the minds.
I just finished reading this very sad article about how parents who give birth to babies with congenital birth defects are told by their doctors that
their babies will most likely not survive. The parents are then pursuaded to sign paperwork for an End of Life Plan, or a Death Pathway. As soon as
the parents sign, the doctors stop feeding and giving the baby water. The child dehydrates and death takes hold after an agonizing ten days
Here is the article:
Now, here is where my conspiratorial mind kicked in. Why allow this painful death when the doctors could simply inject an overdose of barbituates as
we do when we have to put our beloved pets down?
My theory is that the barbituates would damage/contaminate the tissues/cells and render them useless when they that could be saved and provided to
other patients or used for genetic experiments. Starving and dehydrating the cells would still preserve them for use later.
Plus, since it takes the child approximately ten days to succumb, this is more than enough time for the doctors to find a suitable donor or sell the
tissues to a lab.
There's lots of money in organ donations and genetic experimentation. Are we seeing this here?
Are doctors causing suffering because they are thinking of the money they're going to receive when it would be much more humane to give the poor baby
an injection of powerful drugs so they could simply fall asleep peacefully?
Thanks for reading.
edit on 29-11-2012 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)