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CBC Radio news breathlessly reported a successful double lung transplant on a young Ottawa woman suffering a degenerative lung disease. The organ recipient had previously Tweeted Justin Bieber who contacted Ellen DeGeneres to help publicize this woman’s plight.
CLICK HERE to see the Hollywood Life story Justin Bieber & Ellen DeGeneres Rally To Get Organ Donors For Sick 20 Year Old describing the Ottawa woman’s so-called “selfless act about organ donations” inspiring thousands to sign up as organ donors.
What utter BULLSHIT! What is “selfless” about soliciting an organ donation to save your life? It may be desperate, it may be creative but it sure as hell isn’t “selfless”.
And why would the CBC report an organ transplant? Successful organ transplants have been performed for more than half a century. This isn’t news. There’s something going on here. Keep reading.
Conspicuous by Its Absence
Sometimes what we DON’T see is more important than what we DO see. We did not see Macleans magazine publish any letters to the editor about their March 19 interview with Dick Teresi exposing organ donations as a multi-billion $$$ dollar $$$ industry. Do you not think an article exposing living, breathing bodies sliced open for their organs without even the decency of anesthetics would have generated tons of letters to the editor? And, not a single letter about that article was published. You can bet Macleans got a few phone calls from some powerful people urging them to let the matter drop. Or else!
Also, we often hear about ordinary people waiting for years for an organ transplant and often dying before they receive one. When an ordinary person gets a transplant, it’s publicized. And yet, conspicuous by its absence are stories of the rich and powerful waiting and dying for lack of transplant organs. I don’t believe in coincidences.
The elites are aging. Their organs are failing and in need of transplant. The Macleans article opened a can of worms. I, for one, ripped up my organ donor card until we get some answers. You can bet others did too. The vampire elites are worried that transplant organs may not be available when they need them so they’re pushing the ass media to publicize this non-news as new news replete with Hollywood stars and pop idols. Get real!
I want to be dead before they rip me open. To read my previous post on this issue CLICK HERE.
April 7, 2012
UPDATE – April 8, 2012
Almost a month later, in its April 16 edition Macleans published two letters headlined “Donors, death and safety”.
One letter is from the President and CEO of the Trillium Gift of Life Network. This is the head honcho of the Government of Ontario sponsored organ harvesting establishment, one of whose aims (I quote directly from their website) is “maximizing organ and tissue donations “. The letter is pure, unadulterated propaganda from the organ harvesting industry.
The second letter is from an MD in Kamloops, BC. He states, “It is true that heart rate and blood pressure can ‘soar’ but this is the last dysfunctional sputtering of this cardiac centre low in the brain stem before, it too, ceases and has nothing to do with pain response.”
That argument is specious, self-serving and pure, unadulterated bullshit.
1) If it has “nothing to do with pain response” then why does it sometimes happen when the body is sliced open without anesthetics? Obvious answer: because the body is still alive and reacting to pain.
2) Laymen call the last twitching before death “nerves” or a “nervous system response”. It indicates the shutting down of the last critical body system and the onset of real death. Prior to that point, the body is still alive and functioning.
3) In other words, the doctor is admitting that after they remove your vital organs, then you are well and truly dead. No shit!
4) I fail to see what either letter has to do with “safety”.
Neither of the letters addressed any important issues raised by Teresi, including
1) We need a scientific definition of death that stands up to current studies
2) We need oversight of the organ wrangling industry because there’s too much incentive to marginalize donors
3) “Follow the money!” When we’re worth more dead than alive, it breeds corruption
Conspicuous by its absence
Macleans magazine typically publishes letters from several different sides of an issue, especially controversial issues. They published two letters, both of which support organ harvesting. Conspicuous by its absence are letters critical of the organ harvesting industry. You can bet some really big guns from the Vampire Elite put a lot of heat on Macleans.
April 8, 2012
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