Monday, March 10, 2014


Here is an important excerpt from a very important article that reveals the depth of medical torture being perpetrated against infants - which torture has been going on for more than a century. Surgery is still performed on infants without anesthesia to this day, as in the case of infant circumcisions, 96% of which are done in the US without any pain relief whatsoever. Although the author of this article denies any malice on the part of the medical professionals engaged in the ritual torture of infants, in fact, satanic families have been running the medical system for more than a century and they are responsible for the DELIBERATE AND METHODICAL TORTURE OF INFANTS -- as a form of trauma-based mind-control.

Infants are not the only ones who are subjected surgical procedures without anesthesia. In fact, organ "donors" (i.e., LIVING people who are murdered by the medical parasites and whose organs are STOLEN for profit) are also systematically tortured before they are murdered. These people are injected with paralysis drugs so that they cannot move or scream while they are having their chests cleaved open and their hearts and other organs ripped out of their bodies. Just like infants, they are given no pain relief. (See for more info about this).

The medical system has evolved to become one of the most evil institutions ever to exist. It should be avoided like the plague.

"...The third belief, that infants could not withstand anesthesia due to the immaturity of their regulatory systems made the administration of pain relief irrelevant and its administration considered "unnecessary and dangerous" (Chamberlain, 1991, p. 1).

The logic of the third belief eluded Jill Lawson who demanded to see hospital records after her son's death in 1985. She said, "Somehow it was possible for professionals who perceived a baby as too fragile to tolerate general anesthesia, to perceive that same infant as able to withstand open-chest surgery without pain relief (Lawson, 1988, p. 2). She became the catalyst for change by petitioning the American Pain Society, the American Medical Association, American Board of Anesthesiologists and the Society of Anesthesiologists, the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, the U.S. Surgeon General, and 18 other agencies.

Her son required PDA (patient ductus arteriosus) surgery, the most commonly performed operation on pre-term infants. At two weeks, Jeffery, "during his hour and half operation had two holes cut on either side of his neck and one in his chest, he was cut from his breastbone around to his backbone, his flesh lifted aside, ribs pried apart, blood vessels tied off and lungs retracted, tissue stitched together and a "stab incision" to secure chest tubes" (Lawson, 1988, p. 2). He died a few days later, as a result of the shock that overwhelmed his entire system causing his brain to bleed and his organs to fail. The hospital's senior neonatologist responded to Mrs. Lawson's inquiries by stating, "it didn't matter because he was a fetus," explaining that children less than 2 years of age "do not feel pain" (Lawson, 1988, p.3). The long held rationale by the allopathic medical profession that prenates, neonates, and infants did not experience pain because of an undeveloped nervous system and unmyelanized nerves was endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics..."

Source Article:
Living Out the Past: Infant Surgery Prior to 1987


The February 27-28, 2010 Pediatric Psychological Trauma in Infants and Young Children from Illness, Injury, and Medical Intervention Conference opened boldly by bringing attention to the medical dehumanization of children under the age of 18 months prior to 1987 (Chamberlain, 1991; Harrison, 1987). At this conference, Dr. Zeev Kain, Professor and Chair, Dean of Clinical Research, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Care, UC Irvine stated, "As you all know, not long ago we did not administer anesthesia to infants during surgery. We have come a long way, but we have a long way to go." At no other time in human or medical history has one population been singled out for the exclusion of medical benefits, not by malice but by indiscriminate indoctrination. Doctors trained in surgery and anesthesiology adhered to an entrenched protocol and dismissed the reality unfolding in front of their eyes, every day for 140 years. The continuance of unquestioned belief kept the medical community from accepting their own humanity by consistently denying the primary language of the human race. What transpired in the minds of the medical professionals is a phenomenon worth exploring. However, this paper is not concerned with their minds, but rather with the minds left altered.

The broad implications and resulting consequences of a nervous system in full blown shock due to infant medical intervention, with only the use of an immobilizing paralytic, remains unstudied and largely unknown to the general population. Since no parental consent was needed for a "standard of practice" and the pre-verbal infant could not self-report, the barbaric experience was lost to implicit memory. Today there are generations of people left to endure posttraumatic symptoms from a cause they cannot identify.

Psychiatrist and founder of Intensive Trauma Therapy (ITT), Dr. Louis Tinnin (personal communication September 15, 2010) wrote:

Anyone now 23 years or older who had major surgery as a baby is at risk for chronic post-traumatic illness because the surgery was probably done without anesthesia, which was the custom in most hospitals prior to 1987. Abdominal surgery for pyloric stenosis and chest surgery for congenital heart problems were the most common forms of infant surgery. Together these surgeries are necessary for about 8 cases per 1000 births. A rough estimate of the number of survivors [of these surgeries] during the single year of 1987 (3,829,000 live births) is 30,600. We do not know what proportion of these survivors is now suffering with post-traumatic symptoms but considering the severity of the pain and the helplessness of the infant, but we would expect that the majority of these infants were traumatized.

These statistics account for only two types of surgeries out of multiple possibilities and refer only to neonates (infants up to one month), without the inclusion of children up to 18 months. Dr. David Breseler, former Clinical Professor, UCLA School of Medicine and Executive Director, UCLA Pain Control Unit, cites the following research from the CDC National Hospital Discharge Survey, "2,310,000, in-hospital surgeries (DeFrances & Podgornik 2006) and 2,318,000 out-patient surgeries (Hall and Lawrence, 1998) were performed on children under the age of 15 in the years 2004 and 1996 respectively" (AGI, 2006, p. 1). Accounting for the increase in outpatient surgeries since 1996, current approximation of pediatric surgeries are increased from 4,628,0005 million per year to 5 million per year. The additional five years between 1987-1992 reflected in the figures below will be explained under the historical context section in reference to Dr. Anand's statement that protocol for surgical anesthesia administration did not change until 1992 (Rubin, 2005).

Adults Affected by Neonatal Surgery Prior to 1987 (1992)

Five million pediatric surgeries per year divided equally amounts to 500,000 surgeries <18 months not accounting for the expected disproportionate front-loading of the early years. Due to less technological intervention from 1936-1992 (19-75 age group) 250,000, half the original procedures reflect an average per year. Considering mortality rates the figure is reduced by half to 125,000. The last variable assumes a group for whom consequences were mitigated by caregiver relationship at 62,500. In this approximate and conservative model 62,000 children per year would have experienced the adverse effects of surgery. As adults today the population subject to early life medical trauma total 3,562,500 (62,000 over 57 years). To attain the percentage of the population affected per annum, live births were averaged over 57 years. Variances in birth rates were accounted for, in terms of reduced birth rates in some years, 1936 (2,377,000) versus higher birth rates, 1964 (4,308,000) in other years (Dept. of Heath and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, 2006). Based on an annual population average of 4,773,600, close to 7% neonates each year may be considered to have had surgical intervention. These figures look only at surgery not the NICU/PICU overall or chronic conditions that involve other challenging aspects of early developmental critical care. Historical Context The mid-1 800's was a time of unprecedented medical discovery when the combination of ether, nitrous oxide, and chloroform were found to abolish pain during surgery. As noted by Dr. William Silverman M. D. (1999), Dr. Henry Bigelow of Boston published the first article on the use of anesthesia in 1848. He stated, "the new technique is unnecessary for infants, because they lack the anticipation and remembrance of suffering." Dr. Henry Pierson confirmed the theory in 1852, saying, "babies lack the mental capacity to suffer." To insure immobility, Dr. Samuel Cabot remarked, "the child patient had been rolled firmly in a sheet as a substitute for ether" (Silverman, 1999, p. 106). Before anesthesia, surgery was extremely rare, with only 333 recorded cases between 1821 and 1846 at Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1897, a Boston physician was reported to have remarked on surgical procedures pre-anesthesia, equating it to the Spanish Inquisition. He recalled "yells and screams, most horrible in my memory now, after an interval of so many years" (Sullivan, 1996, p. 8). This vivid recollection is a reminder that, whether wrapped in a sheet or administered a paralytic, the motionless child felt extreme pain during surgery as well as during the weeks or months of postoperative recovery. Studies were done at various intervals during the 20th century to confirm the three predominate medical assumptions justifying the practice of performing surgery on infants without anesthesia. The first assumption, based on limited neuroscience, was the belief that infants exhibited only mechanical reflexes, presuming that the seemingly undeveloped cortex had no cognitive ability to process pain. One particularly significant study (size and duration) was conducted by psychologist Myrtle McGraw in 1941 (Chamberlain, 1991) at Columbia University and The Babies Hospital, New York. She recorded 2,000 observations, both awake and asleep, of 10 pin pricks each to the head, trunk, and upper and lower extremities on 75 infants, from birth (some only hours old) to four years of age. McGraw, despite witnessing obvious distress, concluded that the children's reactions were devoid of any cognitive or affective elements commenting on their reactions as, "consisting of diffuse bodily movements accompanied by crying and possibly a local reflex" confirming the integrity of the standing protocol (Chamberlain, 1991, p. 2). The second assumption was based on Freud's theory of "infantile amnesia." Freud stated, "What I have in mind is the peculiar amnesia which, in the case of most people, though by no means all, hides the earliest beginnings of their childhood up to their sixth or eight year" (Johnson, 1997, p.l). This theory went unchallenged, allowing surgeons and anesthesiologists the comfort of believing that any long term effects of surgery without anesthesia was impossible without memory. The third belief, that infants could not withstand anesthesia due to the immaturity of their regulatory systems made the administration of pain relief irrelevant and its administration considered "unnecessary and dangerous" (Chamberlain, 1991, p. 1). The logic of the third belief eluded Jill Lawson who demanded to see hospital records after her son's death in 1985. She said, "Somehow it was possible for professionals who perceived a baby as too fragile to tolerate general anesthesia, to perceive that same infant as able to withstand open-chest surgery without pain relief (Lawson, 1988, p. 2). She became the catalyst for change by petitioning the American Pain Society, the American Medical Association, American Board of Anesthesiologists and the Society of Anesthesiologists, the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, the U.S. Surgeon General, and 18 other agencies. Her son required PDA (patient ductus arteriosus) surgery, the most commonly performed operation on pre-term infants. At two weeks, Jeffery, "during his hour and half operation had two holes cut on either side of his neck and one in his chest, he was cut from his breastbone around to his backbone, his flesh lifted aside, ribs pried apart, blood vessels tied off and lungs retracted, tissue stitched together and a "stab incision" to secure chest tubes" (Lawson, 1988, p. 2). He died a few days later, as a result of the shock that overwhelmed his entire system causing his brain to bleed and his organs to fail. The hospital's senior neonatologist responded to Mrs. Lawson's inquiries by stating, "it didn't matter because he was a fetus," explaining that children less than 2 years of age "do not feel pain" (Lawson, 1988, p.3). The long held rationale by the allopathic medical profession that prenates, neonates, and infants did not experience pain because of an undeveloped nervous system and unmyelanized nerves was endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. In near synchronized timing, Kanjalweet Anand, MD completed his research on neonatal pain perception during surgery without anesthesia, which was published in The Lancet 1987 (Anand, Phil, & Hickey, 1987). After witnessing an operation performed under the standard of practice, neonatologist Dr. Anand, refused to accept the brutality of surgery without pain relief and conducted studies at Oxford University from 1985-1987. He documented extreme levels of metabolic and endocrine shock in non-anesthetized infants confirming the existence of triple the level of stress hormones compared to post op anesthetized adults. The conclusion derived from the data successfully established traumatic stress in the infant patient. As a result of this research and Lawson's persistence, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Society of Anesthesiologists both agreed to adopt a new consensus on pain protection for infants in surgery in 1987. Yet believing that the new consensus was not being widely implemented, Anand conducted another study at Boston Children's Hospital in 1992 recording data on babies requiring open-heart surgery (Anand, Stevens, & McGrath, 2007). The result indicated a lower mortality risk with the use of anesthesia. Mortality figures proved to be the red flag that convinced the medical community to fully embrace the new protocol. "There was a quiet revolution after that and babies were given anesthesia," said Anand (Rubin, 2005). Discussion To consider the long-term consequences of what Dr. Chamberlain calls, "the single greatest mistake in the whole of medical history" (personal communication, November 30, 2009) involves assessing the results of current developmental neuroscience relevant to trauma and implicit memory. An understanding of the trauma response as stimulant to the pre-verbal experience-dependent imprint, as well as examples of implicit memory, serve to increase awareness of the sentient nature of the infant. Medically based trauma on the level of, "torture," a word used by Dr. Sanjay Gupta (Gupta & Anand, 2008), has not been studied or recognized in the same way as other psychological and physical abuses. Therefore, the objectives of understanding the trauma effect on the developing brain, the reality of implicit memory storage, and the importance of the long-term impacts on this population are considered here in a general trauma context. Conscious Trauma Anand disproved the absence of myelination in the nerve cells stating, "nerve tracts in the spinal cord and central nervous system are completely myelinated by the second or third trimester and pain pathways to the brainstem and thalamus, which relay [s] sensation to the cerebral cortex are myelinated by week 30" (Anand, Phil, & Hickey, 1987, as cited by Edwards, 2011, p. 2). The focus of primary or perinatal psychology is on consciousness as the organizing principle of our core beliefs (McCarty, 2009). These beliefs create synaptic hardwiring through cellular activity geared either towards growth or protection (Lipton, 2008). Neuroscience discovered what was unknown to early surgeons, that a "subplate zone" functioning beneath the cerebral cortex and working in conjunction with the limbic area (the seat of emotion), the thalamic fibers, and the brain stem nuclei together allow for cortical processing by which the infant has a very present sense of themselves and their pain (Cozolino, 2006). From the moment of birth the neonate begins to interpret sensory stimuli to develop cognitive, affective, and behavioral schema, "Physical sensations are the very foundation of human consciousness" (Levine, 2010, p. 133). Clinical assessment of the senses focuses externally and primarily on the integration of auditory, visual, and tactile stimulation (Porges, 1993). According to Porges, "missing from our language and science is the ability to describe internal states" (p. 12). The communication of interceptors (e.g. sensors on organs) with the autonomic nervous system is largely through the vagus nerve and acts as a scanning system is known as neuroception, functioning primarily to interpret safety, danger, or life-threat. Subcortical encoding informs perceptions that become thought, feeling, and action, moving toward either social behavior or defensive behavior. Under threat the polyvagal branches (referring to Porges' theory of three separate neural circuits within the vagus nerve) activate from a hierarchy of evolution. The newest nerve branch, social engagement connects to facial muscles and the neocortex (Porges & Dyke, 2006). This is the primary initiation for securing safety by the infant, using verbal, facial, and motor affects to engage a caregiver. If socially unsuccessful in a traumatic situation, a "feeling" (inadequately described unmeasured internal sense) (Porges 2006) of betrayal will ensue, resulting in a "shattering of their protective shield with long term ramifications to place trust in intimate relationships" (Lieberman & van Horn, 2009). Secondly, there is mobilization, a hyper arousal in the sympatheticadrenal system, which floods the body with Cortisol, dozens of peptides, and neurotransmitters from the hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal (HPA) axis. The HPA signals cortical releasing factor (CRF) which increases corticosterone production, quickly becoming a maladaptive feedback loop that can become a chronic state of hyper vigilence (Pert, 1997). The infant, unable to fight or flee, engages the parasympathetic system initiating an immobilization or freeze. The down regulated central nervous system which integrates with hormonal function imprints a disorganized-disoriented-dissociative coping strategy based on the trauma feedback. Thwarted self-preservation can hardwire a state of dissociative automatic obethence as the only mode of escape from overwhelming arousal (Schore, 2010). The exquisitely sensitive sensory awareness of both conscious and unconscious, internal and external, experience dependent neuroception is equated to "higher brain processes" (Porges, 1993, p. 15). Author, professor, researcher, and founder of the country's largest trauma clinic, JRI, in Boston, Bessel van der Kolk describes the essence of psychological trauma as the loss of faith in a safe place from which to deal with frightening emotions resulting in a pervasive feeling of helplessness (cited by Chamberlain, 1991). "Time heals all wounds" does not apply in early developmental PTSD, which destabilizes the sense of self (Levine, 2010, p. 88). Dysregulating, traumatic events occurring during the time of the most significant brain growth, the last trimester through the second year, causes a permanent imprint to a developing neural network of immature synaptic connections (Cozolino, 2006) that can lead to a poorly functioning stress response, overly reactive, with compromised ability to recover, and evident over the lifespan (National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2005). The primary neurological development is almost exclusively in the right hemisphere "the emotional brain" which processes fear, terror, and pain. "What most people do not realize is that trauma is not the story of something awful that happened in the past but the residue of imprints left behind in people's sensory and hormonal systems" (van der Kolk, 2010, p.l). This sets a foundation for enduring problems of interpersonal and intrapersonal stressors with later predisposition to psychiatric disorders and medical diseases (Cozolino, 2006). Survival defenses become chronic impulses relying on a dysregulated nervous system. Reactions are triggered by even insignificant stimuli catapulting the heart rate into a state of hyperarousal in hardwired repetition of the initial fear response. According to Richard Schwartz (2001), often people who have experienced trauma appear calm yet are in constant turmoil inside. They have learned to acclimate by hiding their inner world. The right brain as the core of self-awareness and self-identity is inherently predisposed to assess threat and enact self-defense. In early trauma, experience-dependent neural pathways wire densely for protection often generating more negative emotions and pessimism later in life (Cozolino, 2006). Implicit Memory Dr. David Chamberlain (1991) details the reality of pain memory as confirmed by a mother whose premature baby was shunted for hydrocephalus, an accumulation of fluid in the brain, with only curare as a paralytic. Large incisions were cut in his scalp, neck, and abdomen and a hole drilled in his skull. Ten years after the operation he will not allow anyone to touch his head, neck, and abdomen where the surgery was performed. The mere sight of the hospital provoked violent trembling, profuse sweating, screaming, struggling, and vomiting (Chamberlain, 1991). "When the nervous system is strained to the breaking point, it leaves the psyche, body, and soul shattered" (Levine, 2010, p. 33). Dr. Tinnin, treating only patients with trauma and PTSD, has had ample opportunity to observe implicit memory as causative of life diminishing patterns. Sharing his experience in the context of medical trauma he states (personal communication, September 15, 2010), The symptom picture of the survivors we have treated is broader than the usual picture for post-traumatic stress disorder. Adult survivors report life-long symptoms of anxiety (constant nervousness and spells of terror or panic), hostility (temper outbursts and urges to smash or break things), depression, selfconsciousness, distrust of others, and a vulnerability to stress. The life-long aspect of these symptoms leads to the faulty perception that they are personality traits instead of recognizing them as persisting expressions of active survival instincts first elicited by the raw pain of the scalpel. That recognition opens the way to curative treatment of the adult survivor. Implicit Memory and Physical Health Adult health was surveyed in the ACE (adverse child effects) study, in the largest initiative ever undertaken (17,000 subjects) to ascertain whether there existed a relationship between early trauma and the leading adult diseases. A partnership of the Centers for Disease Control and Kaiser Permante evaluated individuals within 7 different trauma categories. After a decade the study established that early trauma is implicated in the leading diseases and may shorten the life span by 5-20 years. The determinant variable in reduced mortality was dependent on evidence of one or more stressors (Felitti et al, 1998). Veterans returning with PTSD have also largely been found to have experienced early life trauma, which has affected their resiliency and predisposed them to more profound maladaptive responses (Murray, n.d.). Since medical trauma was not a category in ACE, it is unknown if it was foundational as part of the schema of anxiety, depression, suicide, or substance abuse correlated in the data. Harvard's Center for the Developing Child research published in JAMA, June 3, 2009 recognized "that early experiences are built into our bodies" and literally "shape the architecture of our brain" (Shonkoff, Boyce, & McEwen, 2009, p. 2252). The article stated that "many adult diseases can be traced to negative experiences in early life, so confronting the causes of adversity before and shortly after birth may be a promising way to improve adult health and reduce premature deaths" (p. 2252). A severely dysregulating experience produces a chemical signature called epigenetic modification. The marker damages the expression of the gene by effectively turning it on or off, altering response to adversity later in life and diminishing personal potential. "The discovery of the epigenome provides an explanation at the molecular level for why and how early positive and negative experiences have a lifelong impact" (National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2010, p. 2). Further Literature Review The theories of former Stanford University professor, researcher, and cellular biologist, Bruce Lipton, PhD, and Stephen Porges, PhD, University of Illinois, Chicago, professor of psychiatry and Director of the University's Brain-Body Center although appearing divergent seem to conclude with similar concepts. Porges & Dyke's (2006) article confirms conscious awareness in the infant from a sensory perspective using broad qualitative research. Whether, as Lipton (2008) describes, external energy creates beliefs that wire brain function or as Porges posits, responses to internal neuroception create beliefs that connect the neural circuits; they both point to cognitive, affective, and sensory perceptual awareness. Whether the mind's responses precede the neural architecture is scientifically unknown but what is known through neuroception, sensory or cellular, provides a framework by which to comprehend the sensibilities of the infant. Trauma as a term lacks specificity but in context of Porges' Polyvagal Theory and ANS (autonomic nervous system) integration, the sequence of somatic reactions as precursors to trauma is clarified. Shonkoff and colleagues (National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2010) article differentiates tolerable stress from toxic stress that shocks the system with Cortisol along with other damaging stress hormones. A brief challenge for the child, such as meeting new people or getting a shot, can be tolerated and managed with parental support. Toxic stress overwhelms the nervous system and initiates the vagus nerves' tripart trajectory building set points of hyper or hypo arousal. Lieberman and van Horn's (2009) article states that "there is a widespread misconception among health professionals and the public at large that young children are immune to trauma because they are too cognitively immature to understand, remember, and be affected in other than a transitory way by violence, accidents, intrusive medical procedures... ."( p. 707). The significance of incorporating the context of early development rather than simply focusing on behavior is emphasized by Lieberman, PhD, Chair Infant Mental Health Department of Psychiatry UCSF and director of the Child Trauma Research Program, and calls attention to the importance of consciousness and implicit memory in the therapeutic and medical setting. Psychologist, Dr. David Chamberlain, (1991, 1995, 1998, 1999) author/editor, founder of Birth Psychology, and former president of APPPAH, continues to pioneer prenatal and perinatal consciousness by debunking the myths that have kept infants constrained within the artificial limits of disbelief. Observing and recording behaviors in the fetus and neonate his view is direct, ? fundamental rule of developmental psychology that all complex behaviors must start out as simple behaviors and develop gradually has become obsolete. Surprisingly many behaviors start out complex" (1998, p. xiii). His rejection of the long held denial of pain in the infant is uncompromising, "Pain is a universal language that can be understood by its vocal sounds, facial expressions, body movements, respiration, color, and even its crashing metabolism. Babies speak this language as well as anyone. We should listen seriously and react appropriately" (Chamberlain, 1991, p. 2). Interpersonal Neurobiologist Dr. Schore, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCL David Geffen School of Medicine (2010), describes somatoform dissociation in reference to early onset trauma involving physical abuse and threat to life (both found in medical trauma). The frequently resulting PTSD reflects a "severe dysfunction of affect regulating and stress modulating functions which, in turn, impair the capacity to maintain a coherent, continuous, and unified sense of self" (p. 5). His position is clear and poignant, a child whose developing right brain experiences an acute impact to the limbic area, which is most associated with right brain function, will become an adult who suffers "a progressive impairment to the ability to adjust, take defensive action, or act on ones' self-behalf and a blocking of the capacity to register affect and pain, critical for survival. Ultimately people effected by early trauma experience themselves as different well as unworthy of meaningful attachments" (p. 83). Dr. Schore describes the complex and compounded long-term consequences this paper seeks to illustrate. The relationship of early trauma to adult health as seen in the ACE study is an example of somatic and cellular memory, where deep within the nucleus of the cells the epigenetic modification locks in the trauma exemplified in the study. The detractors of the ACE study suggest that behaviors such as substance abuse or smoking were causative of lung disease or cancer, which, while valid, does not consider that the tendency to self-harm may well have its origin in early childhood adversity. Conclusion The 2010 International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's five day conference offered over 150 workshops and attracted nearly 500 participants. With many of the world's most renowned experts presenting, not one reference was made to medical trauma, nor could more than a mention be found among the staggering quantity of books on sale. The DMS-IV-TR does not list it as causative, in any age group, for PTSD but defines parameters as, "exposure to an extreme traumatic stressor involving direct personal experience of an event that involves actual or threatened death or serious injury, or other threat to one's physical integrity" (APA, 2000, p. 463). Characteristics include "intense fear, helplessness, or horror (or in children... disorganized or agitated behavior)" (APA, 2000, p. 463). Childhood experiences are the agents that drive who we become and how we interpret and execute our choices based on perceptions of safety or fear. The research shows that our earliest foundations can lead us to an affective entrapment between overwhelm and shut down, if trauma is not treated. The conservative approximation of three to four million adults, in this country alone, who are suffering the effect of fundamental neurological changes shaping their relationships, world view, and life course as described by so many experts, have an undeniable right to understand what implicit forces may be corrupting their resiliency and impoverishing their potential. Changes in cognitive neural pathways, dysregulated autonomic and central nervous systems, affective limbic system maladaption, decreased hippocampal capacity, hormonal and neurotransmitter imbalances, impaired social connections, and physical disease are only some of the reasons why medical trauma can no longer be dismissed as less than severely problematic. The importance of reaching the adults subjected to medical trauma as infants is of no lesser or greater urgency than other mental or physical abuses, disorders, or pathology. 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Friday, March 7, 2014


Source Article:
Child abuse, genocide charges mount on Pope Francis, Queen, Jesuit, Archbishop

"Yesterday Pope Francis, Jesuit Superior Adolfo Pachon and Church of England Archbishop Justin Welby were served summons to answer charges for aiding, abetting and conspiring to conceal evidence in the rape, torture, trafficking and genocide of children. Litigation against them and Queen Elizabeth was scheduled to begin 31 March 2014 in a Brussels international court.

"We charged Jesuit Superior General Adolfo Pachon because for centuries the Catholic Jesuits have been involved in child trafficking and genocide" stated Kevin Annett of the ITCCS in this reporter's phone interview today "even in the US authorities have neglected to investigate their crimes, nor those of the Catholic Church. For instance, in the spring of 2010 in Seattle, I met Clarita Vargas. She was an aboriginal woman and former child inmate of the Jesuit-run Indian school in Omak, Washington. She said in 1971 at age fourteen she and two other native girls were playing outside the Catholic church adjacent to the school. They heard screams. Clarita and the other girls looked through a side window of the church. They saw two nuns restraining an aboriginal woman who was in tears. Two Jesuit priests were performing a ritual with a newborn. One priest was holding the newborn while the other priest read from a book. The priest reading from the book was the principal of the Omak Jesuit Indian School. "It looked like a weird sacrifice ritual or something" Clarita said.

"After reciting something Clarita couldn't hear, the principal/priest nodded to the other priest. He placed the live baby beneath the wooden floorboards of the school. Then they covered the baby up by nailing the boards over it. Clarita never saw the child's mother again, but later discovered that the woman had been impregnated by one of the Jesuit priests and the child was theirs. Clarita told me that the priest was still alive and living in an old folks home not far from where we were talking.

"In 2009 lawyers for Clarita asked the local tribal police, the Omak Sheriff's Department and finally the FBI, to excavate at the school building where the burial occurred. Even though the building was still standing, these agencies refused to do so. The local FBI office told her lawyers that they would have to "get permission from the Catholic church" before digging.

According to a 2011 New York Times article, Vargas' Washington residential school for native children became part of a $166 million out-of-court settlement for 500 Catholic Jesuit priest abuse victims. Catholic native residential schools run by the Jesuit Order involved in the lawsuit were in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. It was by far the largest settlement of any kind by the Catholic Church. No charges were brought against any Jesuit priest and no Catholic authority ever saw the inside of a jail.

"Of the 14 boys from my village forced to reside at Catholic residential schools, only two of us survived" said Canadian native elders and Catholic and Canadian government child abuse survivors named Stee-mas and Wahtsek. "One night five of my best friends were taken and never came back. Later we discovered their graves on a hill. . .They regularly put us in robes and lined us up on the alter. They didn't allow us to wear underwear so the priest could. . .There were children thrown into furnaces. . . The Supreme Court judge of British Columbia told us that seeking justice was a fantasy."

Stee-mas and Wahtsek were native tribal leaders and representatives for the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. The ITCCS headed prosecution in 2013 and 2014 international courts for over 50,000 missing native children. In this video the two described childhoods at some of the 80 Canadian residential schools for native children:

"The clergy got the young girls pregnant, then put their newborns into the incinerator. . .I was six years old when they took me away from my family. . . They took my brother and sister, too. I couldn't even talk to my own sister or I'd be punished. . .Nobody's ever gone to court for the death of a child. . .The churches need to get off our territory or face justice" the elders continued.

“They threw that little baby in the furnace and burned it alive,” said Irene Favel, age 75, while explaining her tortured childhood at the Catholic Indian residential school in Muscowequan Saskatchewan, Canada. “All you could hear was this little cry, like “Uuh” and that was it. You could smell that flesh cooking.”

This testimony and some of the other evidence for the court hearings could be viewed in Kevin Annett's "Hidden No Longer" at: and

"It's heartbreaking to see Pope Francis' failure to take concrete action to protect children," Barbara Blaine, director of the Survivors Network Against Priest Abuse, reported last evening on Brian Williams' NBC News.

Blaine called Pope Francis unapologetic and disingenuous in his comments made yesterday. Italy's largest newspaper had quoted Pope Francis' claims that the Catholic Church acted with transparency and responsibility in the Catholic Priest Abuse Scandal. In the Ash Wednesday newspaper article Pope Francis was reacting to a Feb. 2014 UN report that criticized the Vatican for it's policies. The regulations appeared to allow priests to rape children as shown in this 5 Feb. 2014 NBC News report:

These days Pope Francis' remarks defending the Catholic Church appeared to be the least of his worries. Pope Francis had been named as the chief defendant in the March 2014 international court case. A former member of the Argentine military Junta agreed to testify against him. The witness claimed he was present and had extensive notes on how the now-Pope Francis organized the trafficking of kidnapped children. During Argentine's 1970s Dirty War children of over 50,000 missing political prisoners were placed in Catholic orphanages overseen by the now-Pope Francis.

Because local authorities neglected to investigate and prosecute these and other crimes of church and state, the international court accepted the cases for litigation beginning 31 March 2014. Pope Francis, Queen Elizabeth, Pachon and Welby were the first of several who would be summoned to face charges of child rape, torture, murder and the cover up of evidence in US Catholic residential schools, Argentine Catholic orphanage trafficking rings and Canadian Catholic, United Church of Canada and Anglican residential schools.

This was one in a series of articles about what ITCCS Secretary Kevin Annett had to say about the upcoming Brussels court that would delve into child international exploitation rings. More information about Queen Elizabeth's and the Archbishop of Canterbury's roles will follow."

Public Summons Issued to Pope Francis, Jesuits, Anglicans

Appeal from Survivors of Canadian Genocide


Another outstanding article written by Kerth B revealing TRUTH! -

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Cannibalism in the Illuminati

"I have decided to describe two films that I saw in the late seventies. These were not Hollywood type films, these were private home movies made with a high-quality professional grade camera. These were films of high ranking Illuminati members performing cannibalism. I was told that these were filmed in a mansion owned by a member of the Committee. The Committee is the group which rules the Illuminati. My impression was that the mansion was in Europe, but I don't know that for certain.

A man who we called Bob had made these films and showed them to certain people. He was in the Illuminati, but had become disillusioned with it's leadership. He was trying to inspire a resistance movement to reform the Illuminati from within by creating a new leadership. He was a Satanist, but not all Satanists practice human sacrifice and cannibalism. He would show these films to people who he thought might be able to help him change the Illuminati's leadership to make it less insanely violent.

I had seen other disturbing films but these two were different. When I looked at these films it was very emotional for me. I feel that they were etched in my mind in a way so that I can never forget them. I feel nauseous and my hands tremble a little as I am writing about this. But I think if I describe what I saw in those films and publish it on the internet, I may be able to get these images out of my mind. I have prayed about this, and I believe Yeshua wants me to do this.

The frst film I'm going to describe was in black and white. It had sound. It was a high quality film, but sometimes the sound was tinny sounding and occasionally some images were out of focus. The first part of the film was in a large kitchen. I remember that in the start of the film it seemed that the camera man, Bob, was trying to bring it into focus and set the camera up in a fixed position. As the camera was being juggled, briefly, behind the cooks, you could see through one of the kitchen windows out into a parking lot where a classic limousine was parked. After the images became steady, the camera was focused on a large table. This was inside a clean upscale kitchen which was very spacious.

The two cooks were women, all dressed in white with white hair nets and aprons. One was short and chubby while the other was taller and thin. They both smiled cheerfully throughout the film.

The shorter cook brought in a white infant child who was male. I'm not certain of his age, but my guess is that he was a least four months old, maybe older. She placed him on the table and played with him. He seemed cheerful and smiled some. The other taller woman then came up from behind him and carefully slit his throat with a strait razor. The blood spurted out across the table staining the white linen table cloth. His eyes rolled up and he died almost instantly. Quickly they carefully held up the dead infant so that his blood drained into a large pan.

Then they brought out a large cutting board, set him on it and began to remove his internal organs. They placed the internal organs into large shiny pots. They used a small metal saw to cut off the infant's feet and hands. They carefully removed his head. Then they stuffed him with what looked like a breaded stuffing. After that they placed him in a large baking pan. They did all of this quickly and with practiced skill. All during this process, they were cheerfully explaining what they were doing and why.

After they set aside the pan and pots that they had used for the boy, they brought out a black infant girl. I remember that she seemed more active than the boy. She was laughing as the cook played with her. I remember that at one point she seemed to look right into the camera and giggled. They killed her and prepared her corpse in the same way as they had done with the boy. After that they took the pan with the girl in it and all the pots off of the table. Then they held up the blood stained table cloth in front of them--presenting it as if it were a beautiful work of art. One of them said, "We're going to save this as a remembrance. Look at this, isn't this lovely."

There was another segment of the film done in the kitchen from a different angle. You could clearly see two large ovens, of the sort that you might see in the kitchen of a restaurant. The cooks, still grinning, carefully placed the two dead infants in the oven. The taller cook faced the camera
and explained what the ovens had been preheated to and how long it would take to cook the infants. Then she explained the basting process. I remember that she spoke very properly with a distinct British accent.

The next section of the film was set in the dining room. At the beginning of this section, the room was empty of people and the table hadn't been set. As Bob was adjusting the focus on the camera, it was possible to see out of one of the windows onto a large yard with trimmed bushes and white statues. After he got the camera set up the way he wanted it, Bob could then be seen himself in the picture, closing the curtains and fooling around with the lights. While he was doing this, he was talking to somebody else off camera who was giving him advice.

The camera had apparently been turned off for a while after that because in the next shot the table was all set with a lace tablecloth, fine dishes and everything. The guests all came in cheerfully making small talk, and there were maids and butlers hovering behind them. The guests were dressed in fine clothing. Everyone was wearing party masks, which covered their eyes, but not the lower part of their faces. There was a balding man who wore horn-rimmed eyeglasses over his mask in a way that looked almost comical.

The host and hostess showed everyone where they were to sit. The host made a special point of showing a young man and his wife where to sit at the end of the long table He explained to them that he had the camera set up specially so that they could be clearly seen in the shot. They asked why they were being filmed. The host explained that since they were both now his new friends and the man was now his newest employee, he wanted to film this special occasion which celebrated their new relationship.

I remember that the young man's name was Doug. Anyway, Doug expressed his gratitude for the job and for being invited to the party. Everyone else at the table seemed cheerful and comfortable, however Doug and his wife seemed nervous and out of place. Because of the way that the camera and microphone was set you could clearly see their faces and hear everything they said.

The host and hostess sat on the other end of the long table so that their backs were to the camera. Once they sat down you could really only see the sides of their faces from that angle. There were twelve people all together at the table. I think that it was six men and six women. Most of the guests
didn't look directly at the camera, except that the wife of Doug would occasionally look directly at it and smile nervously before shyly looking away.

The host explained that as the two of them were guests for the first time, they were going to have a special meal. He explained that it was going to be a special type of pork--very rare and delicious. Everyone at the table laughed loudly when he said that except for Doug and his wife who looked
confused because they didn't understand the joke.

The hostess seemed to be instructing the servants and various courses were served before the meat course. There were appetizers and fancy vegetable dishes before the meat was served. When the meat was brought out on silver trays it had been sliced thin, and it wasn't obvious what it was. The guests all seemed to be in on the joke except for Doug and his wife. Stuffing was served with the meat. Everyone spoke in exaggerated voices about how delicious the meat was.

Although the meat all looked the same, some of the guests made jokes about which was better--the dark meat or the light meat. Not understanding what they were really referring to, Doug said that he thought that only turkey had dark and light meat. At which point everyone laughed at him. Again Doug and his wife seemed confused about wha the joke was about, but politely laughed along with everyone else.

Doug and his wife ate a serving of the meat and commented on how good it was. At that, the host insisted that Doug have a second serving. Doug replied that he didn't want to make a pig of himself and that he was full anyway, but the host insisted. So more meat was put on his plate while the other guests giggled. The butler tried also to put more meat on the plate of Doug's wife, but she resolutely refused claiming that she had to watch her figure. The amount of meat put on Doug's plate seemed larger than what he wanted, but he quickly cut it up and gobbled it down. As he did this, a woman sitting near him put her hand over her mouth and giggled almost fanatically. Doug's wife stared at this woman with a suppressed look of perplexity
on her face.

After that, dessert and coffee was served. As the guests ate, the host began to lecture Doug in a booming voice across the long table. It was apparent that Doug was a new employee of some kind and was being trained by the host to be an executive. The host was stressing the importance of being ruthless as an executive. He said that Doug needed to start thinking of the general public as cattle.

He said things like, "No one respects a soft hearted executive. You have to understand that the general public are really just peasants. And the average peasant is just more cattle to be herded. I don't want you to be a leader of men, I want you to be a cattle herder. You're an aristocrat
now, you're one of us now. You have to think differently about them."

As the host spoke the other guests looked at him respectfully and nodded, listening intently.

After the lecture the table was cleared and the hostess announced that she had a surprise for their new friends. She said that she hoped that Doug was a "good sport" and didn't mind a little practical joke played on him and his wife. She said all this with a voice that was very sincere and good

She then signaled the servants and they brought in two silver platters with domed silver covers over them. These were set in front of Doug and his wife. When the Butler removed the covers, Doug and his wife could see that they were looking at the disembodied heads of two infants. Doug's wife immediately put her hands over her face and started to weep slowly. Her hands trembled and her bod shook slowly. At first Doug seemed to not be able to take in what he was looking at.

He said, "Are these doll heads? They look so real."

Everyone at the table was laughing in what seemed like a good natured way. They seemed affectionate in the way they were looking at Doug.

Suddenly, taking in the fact of what he had just eaten, Doug stood up knocking his chair backwards. He threw up immediately on the floor. He then looked up at the host with a look of terror on his face and apologized. But the hostess insisted that he mustn't worry, that they weren't upset with
him. In a kindly voice she said that he was "family" now and that he shouldn't be afraid of them. A butler appeared almost instantly with a broom and dustpan to clear up the vomit.

Awoman sitting near Doug said, "What's a matter my dear, don't you like long pork?"

At that, Doug's wife went from crying to laughing. She sounded almost manic.

She stood up and said,"Now I get the joke, Ha Ha, you chaps are so-o-o funny."

A maid brought out a silver bowl and a glass of lemon water. Doug rinsed out his mouth and spit into the bowl.

Then the man with the horn-rimmed glasses came around to where Doug was and put his arm around the young man's shoulder. I remember that he spoke with a crisp British accent.

And with real affection in his voice he said, "Now now don't be upset my dear boy, your hosts have played this little joke on everyone. Like you, I spilled my cookies the first time I had long pork. But now I have a real taste for it. This is just our way of making you welcome to the club. You're one of us now. Now that you've passed this little initiation, things are about to become much better for you and your lovely wife."

After that the platters with the heads were moved to the center of the table, and the cooking pans with the butchered corpses of the infants were brought in and set on the table as well. You could see the infant's ribs where the meat had been carefully cut off.

After that, the host proposed a toast. Everyone stood up, and glasses of wine were placed in their hands by the servants. Then the host made an affectionate toast to Doug and officially welcomed him into his organization. Still looking slightly bewildered, Doug and his wife accepted the
toast. And with faint smiles on their faces, they drank the wine. And that was the end of the film.

Bob, who had been commissioned by the host to make this film, secretly made extra copies of it. He showed the film to other people without having permission from the host. I saw the film several times myself. I was shown the film in Bob's home back in the late 1970s. The special effects technology which existed back then would not have been able to fake what I saw. The images of the infants being killed and cut up were close up and vivid. The camera was in focus while the infants were being prepared for cooking. It was real. This is something that really happened in the world.

Writing about this has made me upset. I have to stop writing for a while. I need to lie down and deal with my emotions. I need to pray for the souls of the infants I saw killed in that film. I've just realized that I've never prayed for them before. When I feel better I'm going to come back and
write about another film that Bob showed me.

The second film I'm going to describe was also in Black and White. It was shorter and not as well made. The sound was on only for part of the time.
Toward the end of the film it cut out for some technical reason. This film had been made a year or so later after the first film was made. Bob had to explain some things to set up this film. The dinner host in this film was the same man as in the first film. I don't recall his name, but I do remember that Bob identified him as a member of the Committee. This man believed that if you commit acts of true evil, Satan will reward you with power in the world. His trick of getting his new recruits to eat long pork was an act of evil, but these people had all converted to Satanism before he subjected them to his joke. Doug and his wife were shocked when they found out that they had eaten the flesh of a baby, but they had already renounced Christ and begun to worship Satan. This Illuminati leader wanted to do something more evil than that. He believed that if he could trick a mother into
eating some of of the flesh of her own newborn infant, it would be a monumental act of evil which Satan would reward with great worldly power.

So this Illuminati leader spent a great deal of money and time to set this up. Before filming this dinner, Bob heard this story from the man. Through agents he had found an unwed pregnant woman who was young and unemployed. Her family had deserted her and she was homeless. While living on the street her leg had been badly broken. She had been placed in some type of hospital, but her leg wasn't properly set. While there, she was contacted by a man who claimed to work for a charitable organization that had been created to help women in her plight.

She was set up in a nice apartment, and all of her expenses were taken care of. Because of her accident, she couldn't walk right and needed to be pushed around in a wheel chair. A private doctor had been arranged for her. When the time came to have her baby she was taken to a house near the mansion of the Illuminati leader.

After the child was born and she had recovered from the birthing process, she was invited to go to the home of her benefactors for a fancy meal.

This second film didn't show anything about the infant being killed and prepared for cooking. There were no shots taken in the kitchen. It was filmed in the same dining room and at the same angle. The guests in this film at first seemed much more somber, and they weren't wearing masks. Doug and his wife were there, and she looked more plump than in the first film.

The mother was pushed into the room in her wheelchair by a Butler. She was set up at the head of the table. She politely asked why their dinner party was being filmed, and the host explained that he had just bought a new camera, and wanted to test it out to see if it worked. She accepted that answer and then went on to profusely thank him for all the help she had been given. He seemed to accept this praise graciously. Nobody at this point was making any jokes. She asked to see her child and wanted to know why the servants weren't letting her see her child. The host explained that the child was being well cared for by a nurse. He said that they wanted to get to know her better without the distraction of a baby. She seemed nervous, but said
nothing in reply.

The meal preceded exactly as it had done in the first film, except that there was no joking. When the meat course was brought out, the hostess apologized for the small portions, saying that it was a rare delicacy. The mother seemed to not want to eat the meat, but the hostess was so insisting that she ate some.

At this point the sound in the film cut out, and the rest of the film was silent.

After the meal, the butler brought out a silver platter and a large cooking pan. The platter and pan were uncovered, exposing her infant's head and butchered corpse. When the mother saw this she was immediately shocked. She instantly realized that she had just eaten the flesh of her own, now dead, child. She became hysterical. She tried to get up out of her wheelchair but a Butler came up behind her and pushed down on her shoulders. Even with the
sound of f you could tell that she was screaming.

You could also tell that the host, hostess and all the guests were all laughing at her reaction. She began to weep. At one point she picked up the infant's head and held it in her arms. I don't claim to be able to read lips, but she seemed to be saying the same thing over and over; I think she was
saying, "What kind of people are you?"

That was all of the film that I could stand to watch. Bob explained that after that they wheeled her off and killed her. Bob was no saint. In fact he was a very immoral man. He hurt many people. He wasn't a high ranking Illuminati member, I would say that he was probably a well connected mid-level Illuminati member. But his mother was a high ranking Illuminati member, and so he had social connections which made him an insider. One way that he
served the Committee was by making films for them. He had filmed many strange rituals, animal sacrifice and even human sacrifice. He prided himself on being so jaded that seeing those things didn't upset him. But even Bob was freaked out by what he had filmed that day.

I saw this film only once. But that was enough. I felt like there was a spiritual presence which emanated out of the film. A presence of pure evil could be felt. For me, it was like seeing proof that Satan really exists.

In the 1980s when the Committee found out that Bob had been making copies of the films that he made for them, and that he had been showing these films to people who hadn't been authorized to see them, they were very displeased with Bob. They killed him in a way that was very painful and humiliating. In the end he realized that it was a mistake to try to reform the Illuminati, he understood that it must be destroyed in some way. Before he died, he renounced Lucifer and converted to Christianity. He died believing that his sins were forgiven.

I understand that most people who are not in the Illuminati would find it difficult to believe what I've just written. And lower ranking Illuminati members, who believe the lies told to them by their superiors, may also have doubts. But I know that there are some Illuminati members reading this
who know that I'm telling the truth.

And to those Illuminati members, this is what I have to say to you. No matter what sins you've committed in your practice of Satanism, God still loves you and wants you to be saved. There is no evil deed you've done so great that it can't be forgiven by God. Such is the greatness and grace of God. But there is a price to be paid. You must renounce Satan and make atonement so that you can accept the grace of God. You must now stop serving the Illuminati and instead start working to deconstruct it.

This is a prayer that I am going to suggest that you say.

"Blessed redeemer, Holy Spirit of Almighty God. Please hear my prayer. Of my own free will I do renounce Satan, Lucifer and all demons. For me, all demons die this day. Thank you for the many blessings you have given me. From this day forward I will worship only you, the one true God whose sacred name means, I am that I am. Please forgive my sins Although I am unworthy of forgiveness, I humbly ask for your grace. In atonement for what I have done, I promise to work against the Illuminati from this day forward. I desire for myself and my family to live in eternal paradise with the Lord and Lady of Heaven. All praise, honor and glory belong to you our God. Truly."

Thursday, March 6, 2014


By Roger North

Part of the Agenda 21 and Biodiversity treaties call for a massive reduction in population. This has been well documented. This “cull” is intended to reduce the world population to as little as 500 million. Since there are currently over 7 billion people, we are talking about a MASSIVE reduction in population to put it mildly.

One of the ways that they are planning on carrying out this evil is by getting rid of the elderly. Not only that, but impoverishing them along the way and making sure that they transfer as little as possible of their wealth to their children and grandchildren. Once again, this is part of the Agenda 21/ “Hunger Games” society where the vast majority live in utter poverty.

In fact, this part of the plan is well under way. Further, this holocaust has long been planned. To quote Dr. Richard Day, National Medical Director of Planned Parenthood, speaking to a group of pediatricians in 1969: “limiting access to affordable medical care makes eliminating elderly easier”. Further, this plan is being implemented globally.

One example, of many, of this is in the United Kingdom where they used to have so-called “Liverpool Care Pathway”. This is where doctors can secretly declare a patient to be terminal and then withhold all food and water until they die. Further, the doctors are given INCENTIVES to do this. They make money off of declaring their elderly patients to be terminal.

All this is done without telling the family anything. Needless to say, in many cases the diagnosis is bogus. There have been cases where the family got wind of this and prevented it from happening and the supposedly terminally ill patient lived many years more. Make no mistake, this has not gone away. They simply changed the name to hide their evil better.

Quite simply, the medical system is DESIGNED to systematically take everything from the elderly. It is literally designed to take all of their money, to destroy their bonds with their family and friends, to take away their hope and finally their lives. It literally drives many of them insane in the process. It destroys the will to live in many of them. I have seen this first hand many times and it is not a pretty sight.

Why do I say it is being done systematically? Because it is built into the protocols themselves, the procedures that the health care workers and other involved with the system must follow to keep their jobs. The system is designed to produce these outcomes. It is BUILT into the very “legal” and the medical systems. It is BUILT into the laws themselves.

I realize this is hard to believe so let’s look at how it is specifically done. First, Let’s look at how it is done “legally”.
When you sign the admitting papers at a nursing home (or a hospital for that matter), the patient is basically abdicating all their rights and allowing “whatever the medical team deems necessary” to be done to them. READ THE FINE PRINT! It is all right there.

If the patient is quite wealthy, they will be given a drug cocktail which turns them into zombies. They will then be ruled “incompetent”, and a guardian ad litem will be appointed that will take control of all their assets; sell their homes and belongings, wipe out their bank accounts, and pay themselves and various predators for any “service” they can think of until every dime is gone. If a family member tries to stop this, they will be deemed a “danger” to their loved one, and denied any access or visitation. The patient will be told that their family member doesn’t care about them as a reason why visits have stopped. Needless to say, this causes immense trauma to their elderly victim. They often do such things as file a divorce on behalf of their victim without their knowledge or consent.

Not surprisingly, the Orwellian named “Child Protective Services” often does the same thing to their young victims. This is also part of Agenda 21. After all, Agenda 21 is about destroying the family. In order to destroy the family you have to do it both ways- destroying the bonds of the elderly with their adult children and parents with their young children.

This financial parasitism of the elderly has been thoroughly researched by Marti Oakley ( It can be unbelievably lucrative for the judges, guardians and others involved in the fraud. In one case the “guardian” stole more than $49 million from their victim. They are systematic in their theft by making sure that they first know of all assets of their elderly victims.

The first thing these “guardians” do is declare their victim a ward of the court. Once this is done, the “ward” is no longer considered to be human. Their name is never used in any legal proceedings involving them although they have to pay for EVERYTHING if they have the money. They pay for all court costs, all “legal” costs, etc. They don’t get to address the court. They have no rights – other than the “right” to be robbed blind.

They keep them alive as long as they have good insurance; when that runs out or when the estate is dried up, the outright murder by medicine ramps up. An example of this is a story that Dr. Rebecca Carley ( told about a Long Island couple where the husband was intentionally given mismatched blood during a blood transfusion, a common way they eliminate the elderly. Others are killed off through vaccines and overdosing them on pain medication.

Oftentimes they move them around to different facilities and/ or change their diagnosis so they can keep up their billing their insurance. As the insurers can pass the costs onto the general public in higher premiums we all pay for this. That is why they put up with it.

There is a group of parasite doctors, the worst of the worst, who prey on the elderly at nursing homes and hospitals and pick them up as their “patients”. They are called hospitaliers. These bottom dwellers appoint themselves “attending physicians” and basically have total control over their “patients”. You can’t fire these parasites, as most doctors don’t have “visitation rights” once the patient is admitted and the hospitalier has taken control.

The hospitalier will order every test under the sun covered by the elderly patient’s insurance, especially daily blood tests resulting in anemia and subsequent blood transfusions when the insurance is used up (one of the most efficient methods of killing these elderly patients). Needless to say, true alternative care practitioners will never get in the door; not even a vitamin will be allowed to be given to these medical captives. “Nutrition” consists of red or green jello.

These hospitaliers (who are MD’s that can’t get a job anywhere else) get rich off of this. They “follow” the patients when they get transferred into nursing homes and make a “cash run” where they see each for 5 minutes, prescribe some new drug and collect $200 a person for their “services”. $1,200 for half an hour’s “work”. Quick, dirty, easy money.

Frequently, these “doctors” engage in massive insurance fraud. Marti Oakley tells of one case where the insurance company was billed 8 times for the same procedure at the same time. A medically unnecessary procedure that killed the man! When this was pointed out, the authorities looked the other way because the doctor are carrying out the eugenics program of the system.

To get into a nursing home, a “financial snapshot” is done. If a financial gift has been given to a family member in the past 3 years (for college or whatever), that it will have to be GIVEN BACK.

Now let’s look at how the health of the patients is destroyed.

Patients in nursing homes are routinely given yearly flu and pneumonia shots which contain aluminum and mercury, which cause Alzheimer’s. Suddenly the parent/ grandparent doesn’t remember his children/ grandchildren. This often destroys the family bonds. As these vaccines are known to contain these chemicals, this is done on purpose.

Most of the “diagnostic tests” have dangerous side effects in themselves. For example, they do daily blood draws on their elderly patients which often leads to anemia. They then “solve” this problem that they have created by giving them blood transfusions, a very dangerous procedure. Mismatches in blood can lead to heart attacks.

They literally put DOZENS of different drugs in them. For example, Coumadin, a RAT POISON, is given as a “blood thinner”. As stated before, the “nutrition” at hospitals and nursing homes is a joke. It is full of GMOs, pesticides, larvacides, etc. Also, as it is invariably conventionally grown so that it has a minimum of vitamins and minerals. I once talked to a so-called “nutritionist” at a Nursing Home and I had to tell her what “organic” meant. It was surreal.

Further, both the patient and the family are kept in ignorance of any alternatives. “”Informed consent” is nonexistent. The true dangers of what they do are never revealed, and there is NO discussion of “alternatives”. Only big pharma treatments are allowed. They ban supplements / nutritional products on the pretext that they interfere with the medicines. Relatives who bring them in can get in real trouble for doing so.
Even if you seek out an “integrated/ complementary” medical practitioner it is usually a scam. They are just conventional doctors that give a few vitamins in addition to big pharma. It is a marketing gimmick.

As bad as all this is it gets even worse. The patients are often made to unnecessarily suffer. This is also done in many ways.
For example, once they are on a ventilator it is basically over, as it is almost impossible for an elderly person to be weaned off a ventilator. They are doing this to maximize the insurance payout and make sure they never escape except to the morgue. Being on a ventilator is extremely painful for the patient. The intubation itself is like being “raped in the throat”; and if it is done with no medication to relax the patient, the stress of intubation itself can cause a massive heart attack.

Another example is what happens in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The patients become totally disoriented when in ICU by the 24/7 bright lights, which destroys the sleep wakefulness cycle. Also, every 2 hours they are turned over supposedly to prevent bedsores. The fact that their sleep is regularly interrupted causes further delirium. Many go insane as a result of this.

Lastly, if you try to stop the evil they will call the cops on you, and you could be banished from the hospital (therefore prevented from further witnessing and documenting the murder by medicine). The authorities will do nothing to stop it. Dr. Rebecca Carley saw this happen to a Long Island man she was trying to help.


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Birth of a New Earth Radio Show with guest Dr. Rebecca Carley - 8-1-13

About the Author

Roger North is the host of the internet radio show “Great Info to Know” located at . His show takes on many controversial subjects such as mind control, Satanism and the New World Order.

Mr. North has spent over 20 years in sales and marketing for various high tech companies, mostly small start ups. Mr. North lives in Los Angeles, California area. He has a BS in Physics from the University of Arizona and a MBA from Cal State University, Long Beach with an emphasis in Marketing.

Roger has an eclectic background reflecting his intense curiosity. He enjoys reading, especially about marketing, mathematics and natural science. He also enjoys hiking in nature.

Mr. North’s interest in the subject of how eugenics affects the elderly comes from his experiences with his mother. His mother died in February, 2010 after spending the last 13 months of her life in a variety of nursing homes and hospitals. During this time, unbeknownst to him at the time, he saw the real nature of the elite’s plans to deal with the elderly.

Ritual Abuse in the Medical System - Birth of a New Earth TV w guest Dr Rebecca Carley


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NYC: More Black Babies Killed by Abortion Than Born

( – In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple, according to a report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

The report is entitled, Summary of Vital Statistics 2012 The City of New York, Pregnancy Outcomes, and was prepared by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Vital Statistics. (See Pregnancy Outcomes NYC Health 2012.pdf)

Table 1 of the report presents the total number of live births, spontaneous terminations (miscarriages), and induced terminations (abortions) for women in different age brackets between 15 and 49 years of age. The table also breaks that data down by race – Hispanic, Asian and Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Black – and also by borough of residence: Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island.

The numbers show that in 2012, there were 31,328 induced terminations (abortions) among non-Hispanic black women in New York City. That same year, there were 24,758 live births for non-Hispanic black women in New York City. There were 6,570 more abortions than live births of black children.

In total, there were 73,815 abortions, which means the 31,328 black babies aborted comprised 42.4% of the total abortions.

For Hispanic women, there were 22,917 abortions in New York City in 2012, which is 31% of the total abortions.

Black and Hispanic abortions combined, 54,245 babies, is 73% of the total abortions in the Big Apple in 2012.

The number of non-Hispanic white abortions was 9,704, and the number of Asian and Pacific Islander abortions was 4,493.

The total number of live births in New York City in 2012 for women ages 15-49 was 123,231. That is a rate of 14.8 live births per 1,000 women, which is the lowest rate since 1979, according to the report. In addition, the live birth rate (per 1,000 women) has declined 3.9% since 2003, when it was a 15.4 rate, states the report. (See Pregnancy Outcomes NYC Health 2012.pdf)

In addition, while there were 73,815 abortions in New York City in 2012, the rate of abortions per 1,000 women is down 8.6% since 2011, according to the report.

Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not published their abortion statistics for 2011 or 2012 yet, they do have data for 2010. (See Table 12.) In the CDC’s numbers, there were 38,574 black babies killed by abortion in New York City in 2010; Hispanic babies aborted, 27,112; white babies killed by abortion, 9,220; and “other” aborted, 5,368. The total abortions in New York City in 2010 “reported by known race/ethnicity” were 80,274, according to the CDC.


I apologize. I know this picture and what you are about to read is extremely difficult. But if we do not understand the depravity of which we are a part, we will never cease to participate in it. Abortion must end. It is pure evil.

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What Should Be Done To A Country That Kills 56 Million Of Its Own People?

Do you know how many babies have been murdered in America since 1973? It is a number that is almost too horrible to think about. An astounding 56 million American babies have been killed by various abortion methods since Roe v. Wade was decided back in 1973.

What Should Be Done To A Country That Kills 56 Million Of Its Own People?

So what should be done to a country that kills 56 million of its own people? We rightly condemn other totalitarian regimes throughout history such as Nazi Germany, the USSR and Communist China that have killed millions (or tens of millions) of their own people. But what about us? What do we deserve for slaughtering more than 50 million of our own precious children on the altar of convenience? What kind of punishment would be large enough to fit such a monstrous crime? I hope that you will share what you think by posting a comment at the end of this article. Sadly, most Americans don’t even think much about abortion these days. Most Americans consider it to be a “political issue” that has already been “settled”. But of course that is what most Germans thought about the treatment of the Jews during World War II as well. And the truth is that the percentage of Americans that consider themselves to be “pro-choice” has been declining over time. Perhaps it is still possible to see a shift on this issue in the United States. We just need more people to start standing up for those that cannot stand up for themselves. The following are 26 facts about abortion in America that every American should know…

#1 There have been more than 56 million abortions performed in the United States since Roe v. Wade was decided back in 1973.

#2 There have been well over a billion abortions performed around the world since 1980.

#3 When you total up all forms of abortion, including those caused by the abortion drug RU 486, the grand total comes to more than a million abortions performed in the United States every single year.

#4 Approximately 47 percent of the women that get an abortion each year in the United States have also had a previous abortion.

#5 The number of American babies killed by abortion each year is roughly equal to the number of U.S. military deaths that have occurred in all of the wars that the United States has ever been involved in combined.

#6 About one-third of all American women will have had an abortion by the age of 45.

#7 Approximately 3,000 Americans lost their lives as a result of the destruction of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11. Every single day, more than 3,000 American babies are killed by abortion when you include all forms of abortion.

#8 The United States has the highest abortion rate in the western world.

#9 It has been reported that a staggering 41 percent of all New York City pregnancies end in abortion.

#10 Most women that get abortions in the United States claim to be Christian. Protestant women get 42 percent of all abortions and Catholic women get 27 percent of all abortions.

#11 According to Pastor Clenard Childress, approximately 52 percent of all African-American pregnancies now end in abortion.

#12 About 18 percent of all abortions in the United States each year are performed on teenagers.

#13 One very shocking study found that 86 percent of all abortions are done for the sake of convenience.

#14 At 8 weeks or older, an unborn baby feels very real physical pain during an abortion.

#15 According to the Guttmacher Institute, the average cost of a first trimester abortion at the ten week mark is $451.

#16 The average cost of a vaginal birth with no complications in the United States is now over $9,000.

#17 A Department of Homeland Security report that was released in January 2012 says that if you are “anti-abortion”, you are a potential terrorist. Unfortunately, there have also been other government reports that have also identified “anti-abortion” protesters as potential threats to national security.

#18 A while back, one Philadelphia abortionist was charged with killing seven babies that were born alive, but witnesses claim that he actually slaughtered hundreds “of living, breathing newborn children by severing their spinal cords or slitting their necks.”

#19 Some abortion clinics have been caught selling aborted baby parts to medical researchers.

#20 Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger once said the following…

“The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”

#21 In a 1922 book entitled “Woman, Morality, and Birth Control”, Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger wrote the following…

“Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race.”

#22 Planned Parenthood performs more than 300,000 abortions every single year.

#23 Planned Parenthood specifically targets the poor. A staggering 72 percenT of Planned Parenthood’s “customers” have incomes that are either equal to or beneath 150 percent of the federal poverty level. And most of those “customers” live in minority neighborhoods.

#24 There are 30 Planned Parenthood executives that make more than $200,000 a year. A few of them actually make more than $300,000 a year.

#25 Planned Parenthood receives hundreds of millions of dollars from the federal government every single year.

#26 The following is a description of the five steps involved in a partial birth abortion

1) Guided by ultrasound, the abortionist grabs the baby’s legs with forceps.

2) The baby’s leg is pulled out into the birth canal.

3) The abortionist delivers the baby’s entire body, except for the head.

4) The abortionist jams scissors into the baby’s skull. The scissors are then opened to enlarge the skull.

5) The scissors are removed and a suction catheter is inserted. The child’s brains are sucked out, causing the skull to collapse. The dead baby is then removed.

Are you disgusted yet?

You should be.

It would be one thing if our nation had already repented for this tremendous slaughter and was looking back in horror on this great holocaust.

But that is not the case at all. In fact, most of the country seems totally unconcerned about it. Only a very small minority of Americans are troubled enough by abortion to do anything about it.

If we continue down this road as a nation, it is inevitable that we will end up paying a very great price.

And from time to time, it seems like we get a reminder that “someone up there” is not too pleased with us.

For example, on Sunday a “sewage pipe break” spewed black sewage all over the red carpet at the Golden Globe awards in Hollywood.

What do you think the odds are of such a thing happening at that specific moment by chance?

Was “someone up there” sending us a not too subtle message about what He thinks about our behavior?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

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