Ethics & Morality

After-birth abortion? Planned Parenthood and the art of infanticide

 

Not only has Planned Parenthood perfected the art of aborting babies in a “less crunchy way” in order that the harvest of body parts may be plentiful, but it transpires that they also routinely carry out something called ‘after-birth abortion’. The term is really quite disquieting, for what is an after-birth abortion if it is not the immediate post-natal termination of life? And if it is the immediate post-natal termination of life, it must mean the purposeful killing of a living, breathing baby. In what sense is after-birth abortion not murder?

New undercover footage has been released by the Center for Medical Progress which shows a senior Planned Parenthood employee – Vice President and Medical Director, Dr Savita Ginde – negotiating a deal on foetal body parts, and the spin she puts on the justification of a pricing schedule and the dubious legality of their operation is breathtaking. lt is one thing to sell baby body parts for $30-$100 per specimen “to cover costs”; it is quite another to conspire in a cover-up of a criminal act, and then have your lawyers manipulate the facts to mitigate the public relations liability.

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains perform more than 10,000 abortions a year. In this video, Dr Ginde is asked about the supply of intact foetal specimens. Dr Ginde discloses: “Sometimes, if we get, if someone delivers before we get to see them for a procedure, then we are intact.”

If a woman delivers her baby “before we get to see them for a procedure”, the baby must be born alive. It has not been injected with a saline solution and mushed up in utero; nor has it been ‘partially born’ in order to have the back of its neck snipped while the head rests breathless in the birth canal. Dr Ginde specifically refers to delivery “before we get to see them for a procedure”.

What lawful procedure may be performed after delivery on a living infant by which its body parts may be harvested whole and intact?

“We’d have to do a little bit of training with the providers or something to make sure that they don’t crush,” explains Dr Ginde, eager to expound the craft of maximising intactness. She also explains that if Planned Parenthood classify the relationship as research rather than business, it is something of a catch-all category which provides the requisite legal latitude: “Putting it under ‘research’ gives us a little bit of an overhang over the whole thing. If you have someone in a really anti state who’s going to be doing this for you, they’re probably going to get caught.”

In the contemplation that they might “get caught” is the tacit admission of malpractice, for one cannot “get caught” doing what is moral and virtuous. Their lawyer must now be consulting with his own lawyers, for he has been implicated by Dr Ginde in conspiracy and cover-up. “He’s got it figured out,” she boasts. “That he knows that even if, because we talked to him in the beginning, you know, we were like, ‘We don’t want to get called on,’ you know, ‘selling foetal parts across states’.”

Dr Ginde is then asked directly about the layers of lawfulness: “And you feel confident that they’re building those layers?”, to which she replies: “I’m confident that our Legal will make sure we’re not put in that situation.”

And so Planned Parenthood is not only harvesting the brains, kidneys, livers and hearts of fragmented foetuses dissected neatly on a petri dish; they are procuring intact body parts from living infants. And they all but admit to complicity in murder: “It’s another boy!” yaps the spiritual daughter of Dr Josef Mengele. It isn’t just a foetus without identity; it isn’t merely “a bunch of cells” with no humanity. It’s a boy.

And consider the scale. Planned Parenthood performs in the region of 400,000 terminations a year across the United States. Dr Ginde discloses that around “probably less than 10 per cent” of these are born “intact” in her Rocky Mountains facility. Since, unlike Hebrew women, it is unlikely that there is something peculiar about women in the Rocky Mountains, that they are lively, and are delivered ere the midwives come in unto them (Ex 1:19), we might reasonably estimate that “probably less than 10 per cent” of these 400,000 are born “intact”, and so something just under 40,000 American babies are selected for after-birth abortion every year.

This isn’t parenthood, planned, spontaneous, accidental or otherwise. It is institutionalised infanticide. It is a killing field parading as a women’s health service. It is a concentration camp of suffering, death and darkness. It is an Auschwitz for babies, and a crime against humanity.