Ethics & Morality

Planned Parenthood murders living, breathing babies to harvest brains


Some people never have legs, and yet they can run the marathon of life faster than the Olympian. Some people never have eyes or ears, but they see secret things and hear silent words that we can never apprehend. Some people never have a voice, but they shout louder than the relentless hubbub of all humanity. Their spirits whisper, slide and sense a world of pain. Their impulse is to crawl back into the womb and long for the day they had never been born. If they could cry, they would. But tears can’t form in the orbits of darkness. They are living and partly living; alive, but not fully being.

If you thought the scandal of Planned Parenthood harvesting the body of babies couldn’t get any worse – with their “less crunchy” abortions, their “after-birth” infanticide and their subversion of language – this latest video will appall, disgust and distress. Indeed, if you are of a sensitive disposition, don’t watch it. Just let the image above remain in your minds as you read what follows.

Some will say that the video is edited and words manipulated to make it all seem what it is not. And yet the context of each excerpt could not rationally assert an alternative truth; nor could conceptual reflection reinterpret the sincerity of the substantive testimony. This is a video which establishes that Planned Parenthood not only terminates pregnancies with a view to selling body parts: they kill living, breathing babies to harvest their brains.

Holly O’Donnell is a licensed phlebotomist who took a job as a “procurement technician” with a company called StemExpress in 2012. It is a company which specialises in foetal tissue: according to LifeNews, the company “acts as a middleman and purchases the body parts of aborted babies from Planned Parenthood to sell to research universities and other places”. Whatever her motives, O’Donnell provides primary source testimony of being instructed to harvest the intact brain of male baby whose heart was still beating.

“I want you to see something kind of cool,” O’Donnell recounts her supervisor saying. “And she just taps the heart, and it starts beating. And I’m sitting here and I’m looking at this (..slight hesitation..) foetus, and its heart is beating, and I don’t know what to think.” Bizarrely, she remarks of the beating heart of the aborted baby (or, of you prefer, foetus): “I don’t know if that constitutes it’s technically dead, or it’s alive.”

It is an incomprehensible profession of ignorance: in another hospital down the road, these are premature babies which are swiftly wrapped in linen and incubated for dear life. Yet here they are left on cold, kidney-shaped medical trays, and dissected like mice. And so the “procurement technician” of Baby Auschwitz cut through the face of the baby in order to harvest the brain. “I can’t even describe what that feels like,” she says, remorsefully, atoningly.

She continues: “It had a face.. its nose was pronounced.. it had eyelids and its mouth was pronounced.. It was a male. I remember picking him up.. I remember holding that foetus in my hands.. and started crying.. It’s just really hard knowing that you’re the only person who’s ever going to hold that baby..”

It appears that Planned Parenthood purposely ensures the delivery of live late-term aborted babies (/foetuses) in order to better collect their organs for harvesting — such as beating hearts and processing brains. These babies are manifestly alive until their hearts and brains are cut out. But not only are they born to die on beds of stainless steel; they are born to be killed, like lab rats bred for experimentation.

This baby boy had legs, eyes and ears, but he never had a voice. May his life shout to the world that he was alive, very briefly, but was murdered for Molech in cold blood so that Planned Parenthood could get $100 for his brain.


  • Albert

    I remember holding that foetus in my hands.. and started crying.. It’s just really hard knowing that you’re the only person who’s ever going to hold that baby..”

    This is a woman who had taken a job with a “procurement company”. So presumably she was not pro-life. But when she met the reality of abortion, she had this reaction.

    That begs the question: what’s wrong with people who don’t have this reaction? Are they psychopaths?

    • Ivan M

      Unfortunately there is a certain percentage, perhaps 1% or more, of the human species, across all races, who have psychopathic tendencies.

      • Albert

        Which would explain both why it is hard to get enough people to do this stuff and why some people are able to do it.

        • Ivan M

          Yes this has been my anecdotal experience. They can mimic a certain empathy, mouth the same sympathetic phrases, but I don’t think they feel it in their bones. This is apparently connected to certain structural deficiencies in their brains.

          • Albert

            Now that raises serious moral questions. It means that those who benefit from abortion etc. do so by benefiting from the amorality of the practitioners. Society is, in effect using such people to do work that others could not do themselves.

          • Ivan M

            I suppose that is why when Judgement comes it will fall on all of us. The human race has nothing to boast about to God – St Paul.

          • Society has become amoral by abandoning the very basic laws of God concerning sexual relationships. Abortion is the God awful fruit of this. The many thousands who work in abortion clinics and the many millions who support a woman’s ‘right to choose’, are not psychopaths. Too easy if they were. They are normal people who’s God given consciences are being deceived by the philosophies of fallen man.

          • Ivan M

            It is partly the whole banality of evil thing, brought about by the division of labour in a modern bureaucratic state. Each one facilitates the crime by handling his small portion of the work. He maintains his plausible deniability. The business end of the butchery takes place at the end of the line with the psychos in charge. People have to fight back, even if they were to lose, before they are swallowed up by the state.

          • Agreed, Ivan.

    • CliveM

      I don’t understand how anyone can do this and not understand the moral enormity of their actions. They cannot be moral creatures.

      • sarky

        Familiarity breeds contempt.

        • CliveM

          Sometimes, but even the Nazis were concerned about the de-moralising effect the mass killings in the East were having on their soldiers (although their solution was simply evil).

    • Dominic Stockford

      I believe that they are, simply, overcome by evil.

      • Anton

        I agree; but I would point out that the usual way people become overcome by evil is little by little, bit by bit.

        • Albert

          Yes, good point. Personally, I think the obvious immorality of the behaviour is such that it is plausible that such persons are psychopaths – often anyway.

          • Jack’s not o sure, Albert. ‘Normal’, otherwise psychologically perfectly healthy people can and do commit great evil because the conscience becomes so deadened by the world in which they live. Normal people, absent a morality that is reinforced by a culture, are capable of evil. Then again, a dead conscience is the perfect definition of a psychopath. The West is raising such a generation, not seen since the Flood.

          • Albert

            So perhaps people can be psychopaths by nature, and others become psychopathic? Either way, I think people who do these terrible things seem to be psychopathic.

          • Agreed, if by the term we mean a deadening of conscience and our human capacity for empathy and compassion. Some are born that way; some are made that way by the world and some make themselves psychopaths to meet base needs.

          • magnolia

            I believe that they are encouraged to admit their instinctive reactions of horror, but to put them aside as irrational.By confusing the non-rational and instinctive with the irrational a monstrosity of immorality can be born- that simply, I fear. Scientific materialism is an evil and inhumane way of being.

  • The Explorer

    Philosopher Mary Warren defends abortion on the basis that the foetus is not a moral person. That is, foetuses lack consciousness of objects and events, reasoning power to solve relatively complex problems, self-motivated activity independent of external control, the ability to communicate messages of an indefinite number of types, or individual self-awareness. Because of that they may be killed.
    This also applies, of course, to those unconscious, or simply asleep. (The lack of moral personhood, I mean; not the right to be killed.) Certainly to those with dementia. It also, more importantly, applies to new borns. New borns, by her criteria, are not yet moral persons. So if foetuses can be terminated, new borns can be terminated. It’s the same sort of thing. That’s where philosophical Functionalism can take you. The problem with it is that new borns can BECOME moral persons given time. Even abortionists were once new borns themselves. But, hey, how much time do you need?

    • Ivan M

      Mary Warren is an obvious psychopath. The more dangerous, since she clothes her arguments in pseudo-scientific garb. The so-called foetus is just in a developmental stage proper to human beings. If she can show that there are human foetuses that go on to become fishes or chimpanzees she may have a point. Parts of the medical industry are clearly encamped in the Dr Mengele territory.

      • Anton

        She died 5 years ago and will know the truth by now.

    • Albert

      foetuses lack consciousness of objects and events, reasoning power to solve relatively complex problems, self-motivated activity independent of external control, the ability to communicate messages of an indefinite number of types, or individual self-awareness.

      As your post shows, no moral person would assume that that is what makes a person a person, and no moral person will maintain that definition in the light of your counter examples, whom we do accept as persons.

      The reality is that abortion cannot be coherently defended while defending the right to life of those who fit into your counter examples.

      The definition Warren gives is as arbitrary as this one:

      A being is a person, if and only if, they have a proper moral capacity.

      On that basis, people who do these terrible things without remorse, and who defend these practices, are arguably not persons. So on their own terms they could be killed, which would of course result in there being no abortions.

      A world in which we get to decide who is and who is not a person on arbitrary and inconsistently applied criteria is a terrible one, and not one in which anyone, including psychopaths (and abortionists if the distinction works), would want to live.

    • magnolia

      The trouble is that there is absolutely no proof of what Mary Warren has described of her view, based on only outwardly observable statistical balance of probability as supposedly verifiable at this time. Very few claim to remember being a foetus and their claims are binned anyway. The assumption that consciousness precisely and only inhabits the outlines of our physical bodies is also an unprovable and disputed assertion. Circular arguments with unexamined a priori assumptions abound. In one sense that doesn’t matter so much if presented honestly as such. Only they almost always aren’t.

      • The Explorer

        Yes, quite true. I’m guessing, because I don’t know much about her other than her stance as a philosophical advocate of abortion, but I’d say her views derive from, “I think, therefore I am.” Effectively, you’re only a person if you can reason. So foetuses aren’t persons, but then neither are new borns, mental defectives or those with dementia. I’m not sure if she herself pushed it that far, but you could certainly see what the Nazis might have made of her premise.

      • Ivan M

        I wish I wrote this. The advocates of abortion are a totally dishonest bunch,

        • magnolia

          That is kind of you and I frequently also like what you write.

          I wish none of us had to write of any of this at all…but that is something of another matter….

          Pull a terrapin apart and you would have the full weight of the law down on you for the despicable act against a sweet and gentle creature.

          But they do not appear to see the foetus as something sweet and gentle, but it is. Even the picture of the little mite at the top has an element of tenderness and beauty to it, and brings forth- rightly- protective feelings in us.

  • CliveM

    I read about this yesterday. I will confess to moral cowardice and admit I made big efforts not to look at the picture.

    I don’t have the words to describe how this makes me feel, but as Alberts says they must be psychopaths.

    • carl jacobs

      It’s not cowardice. Why look upon these images if you have no reason to do so? Why sear the pictures into your mind? It takes moral courage to look away – to reject the desire to linger over the ghastly.

      The Germans were made to view the camps so they couldn’t deny their existence. They were forced to confront their moral fault. Abortionists and their pro-abortion allies should watch so they might confront their moral fault. But if your hands are clean of this crime, then you have no reason to see the pictures.

      • CliveM


        Thank you.

      • We are being confronted with our moral fault – the crime of our generation. This moral outrage will pass and we may have more tightly enforced regulations and more ‘ethical’ abortions and disposal of the remains. But who’s hands are really clean of the blood of these innocents?

  • Dominic Stockford

    It was always a trial to be chaplain in a hospital ward, seeking to bring Christ and his comfort to mothers who had just suffered miscarriages, and were in extreme distress – when in the bed next to them was a woman about because they were choosing to have the person in their womb killed. I don’t know whether our NHS still does this, but it wouldn’t surprise me.

    • James60498 .

      I know someone who was in that situation, again a number of years ago.

      She and her husband were two of the most committed pro-lifers I have ever met. She suffered a miscarriage and was, as you say, put on the “abortion ward”.

      What a way to treat a grieving mother.

  • The Explorer

    The Democrats are apparently launching an investigation. Not into Planned Parenthood, but into the makes of the videos.

  • len

    I suppose there is a certain group of people who desire the power of life and death over others and to use this power they must take a life or lives and to keep on doing so.

    This group of people must never be put in a position of having this power over others.

    Stalin was one Hitler was another and there were others. History is littered with the corpses that came by giving these people power to afflict others….

    • Lord Chatham

      Sadly, I fear that Hitler and Stalin will be viewed as mere pikers in the mass-murder department before the scourge of abortion is wiped from the face of the earth. Some estimate nearly 57 million babies killed in the U.S. alone since Roe v. Wade became the “law of the land” in 1973 – the year I was born.

      Multiplied by the number of Westen “democracies” who happily join us in murdering the most helpless amongst us, and we can see this slow motion genocide is easily the worst the world has ever witnessed.

      “And the LORD said [to Cain]: “What have you done? Listen! Your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground.” Gen 4:10

      “Vengeance belongs to Me; I will repay. In time their foot will slip, for their day of disaster is near, and their doom is coming quickly.” Deut. 32:35

  • chiefofsinners

    The heart of man is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked. Jeremiah 17:9.

  • alternative_perspective

    If I was God, there would be no grace, no mercy and no hope for such people – perhaps all people. Thank God HE is the author of creation and not another, HE knows these babies and comforts them in heaven. When HE returns he will come with a burning vengeance and the world will melt like wax before HIM.
    Come Lord come – Maranatha!

    • Martin


      Yet God does save such, what a merciful God He is.

  • IanCad

    Yesterday it was of Paul – could he be wrong? And, the day before, of Christ Himself; surely not!!?? But, could He have been, somehow, possibly, mistaken?

    I ascribe none of these doubts to our host, but there is a tiredness in the faith of many believers, and contempt within those hearts of darkness who, out of hand, deny the Spirit.

    Today, in the horror of this post, we cannot but rejoice that time must be short.
    We must steel ourselves for those trials that are promised to erupt before Christ returns, in His glory, with His judgment of us all.

    As with Clive M; I cannot watch this.

  • Dreadnaught

    Murder Inc., is a more suitable name for this dirty business venture which should be charged with committing a crimes against humanity no less than evil than those of Josef Mengele and his ilk.

  • David

    Chilling, totally chilling. Words fail me at how evil people can be.
    As soon as I read this my mind silently, spontaneously recited Ps 23 as an antidote.
    I choose not to watch the video as that single image shouts out that this is all evil.
    As my understanding grows, of just how low mankind can descend, so my amazement at the holiness of God, sacrificing Himself to offer us rescue from the Cross, just grows and grows.
    This awful trade must be stopped.

  • dannybhoy

    I’ve been following this on some American blogs but I haven’t watched any of the video clips. I don’t want to. It is horrific, it is truly evil, it is as though these people have sold their humanity for a mess of dollars.
    This is what is happening. Women are being told babies are disposable byproducts; a minor irritant in their enjoyment or exploitation with and by men. Increasingly women themselves are being portrayed as sex objects, bought , sold and abused. Life itself is being degraded and demeaned, and we know who’s behind it all pulling the strings..

    • Exactly as foretold by Paul VI in Humanae Vitae, 25 July 1968.

      • David

        As you know I am not Catholic but yes, I think that the Catholic Church had better long sight vision, more prescience, regarding the direction in which the sexual revolution was taking us, compared to the other Churches.
        In almost half a century we have plumbed the depths, although I fear that even worse practices will be revealed soon as we continue to debase the rightful purpose of our God given sexual urges.

        • The encyclical rested on constant Christian teaching since Christ and on Natural Law. The consequences were obvious to Paul VI and his advisers. This encyclical, linked to some of the ambiguous teachings of Vatican II, also began a rebellion in the Church and an undeclared 50 year schism.

  • God help us all. The depths we’ve sank to.

  • It’s recycling unwanted babies. They need the brain to be alive if they are to graft some of into patients with incurable brain diseases.
    But then again there should be more research done into why and how we get such brain diseases.

    • Ivan M

      President Bush managed to push through a law that outlaws research into stem cells taken from the abortion mills. At the least the Americans should be able to prosecute the entities involved in this part of the trade.

  • carl jacobs

    Most of you will know what it means when 100 bodies lie together, when 500 are there or when there are 1000. And … to have seen this through and — with the exception of human weakness — to have remained decent, has made us hard and is a page of glory never mentioned and never to be mentioned. … But altogether we can say: We have carried out this most difficult task for the love of our people. And we have suffered no defect within us, in our soul, or in our character.

    – Someone or other who once worked for Planned Parenthood’s founding organization.

    • Himmler embraced evil. Not everyone did – he called it “human weakness”.So he enforced his commands through fear.

      “And then along they all come, all the 80 million upright Germans, and each one has his decent Jew. They say: all the others are swine, but here is a first-class Jew.”

      The foetus has no “upright German” to speak for ‘it’ or to see in the dead remains a child; a human person. Occasionally our collective consciences are pricked. Enough to stop this slaughter? That would be too inconvenient. So we’ll regulate it a bit more to ease our guilt.

  • Politically__Incorrect

    I cannot see any moral difference between the atrocities committed by Planned Parenthood and those committed by ISIL, the Nazis, Stalin, or any of the psychopaths nature has thrown up over the centuries. Planned Parenthood represent a modern day version of the moral low-point that we thought we would never see again after the horrors of WW2. “Never again” is happening again thanks to the amorality of Western culture. Evil is masquerading as medical care and freedom of choice.

    These people have a callous disregard for human life. I hope that the growing publicity around these vidros will open a few hearts and minds to the truth of what the abortion industry is really about.

    • Let us pray it may be so.

      • michaelkx

        Amen to what Happy Jacks prayer

  • David

    I want to express my thanks to this website, His Grace and the unstinting efforts of his associates for continuing to reveal that which many in the MS media and the corrupt political establishment would wish remain hidden.
    If sites like this are ever closed then truly we will know that even deeper darkness has descended upon us. Pray, vote and work for that never happening.

  • Mike Stallard

    First they came for the embryos and I said nothing…

    • David

      Then they came for the very elderly, and I said nothing….

      • The Explorer

        Then they came for anyone who criticises them.

        • David

          Indeed !

    • First they used a pill to make the womb inhospitable to new life ….

  • David Prentice

    Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.

  • preacher

    The only ray of hope, the single beam of light that illuminates this, is the sorrow & guilt of Holly O’Donnell. it’s not often that we see to the heart of someone who has wept at the sin they’ve been a part of.
    How does she erase the darkest stain on her soul & find peace again ?. – Only at the Cross of Christ, the same as the rest of us !. Please remember her & all the lost who seek the answer to the pain & guilt that their actions have caused, may the Lord convict all of their sin & have Mercy upon them when they realise & repent at the Cross. ” Father forgive them, they know not what they do ! “.

    • Politically__Incorrect

      Quite right. I also pray for the people who made the film, those from the Centre For Medical Progress who sought to expose the horrors and inhuman acts carried out by Planned Parenthood. To feign indifference to what must have been excrucuatingly difficult things to witness takes eceptional courage, and must have been traumatic for them. I thank God for their exposition of the truth, and pray for their solace and blessing.

      • preacher

        Amen Brother.

    • CliveM

      I think to many of them do, sadly.

  • len

    The further we as a Country move away from God and rely on the knowledge of mankind regarding ethics and morals the more it seems we are able to commit atrocities in the name of’ the good of mankind’.
    Ethics and morality have now become’ negotiable’ depending on the viewpoint of those viewing them.
    God set his Moral Law in Stone for the exact reason that He knew that fallen mankind would try and re write them…

  • magnolia

    Does the foetus in the picture have a gender or a name? If it has a gender but no name, can we propose one and say a prayer for a little soul that may be earthbound as confused about its whereabouts, and send it Jesus-wards?

    • magnolia

      I reckon from context now it must be a boy so how about “James” as in James the Lesser meaning the younger (and possibly the brother of Jesus). A mix of relevant concepts anyway. I am asking that he knows he is valued, and that he knows to make the journey to Jesus and to heaven. Kenneth McAll would put himself in the place of parenthood in the spiritual realm to these little ones, though he had a large no.of his own children. A brilliant and very holy man.

  • IanCad
    • Ivan M

      Let us hope that PP is wholly shut down.

  • Owen’s Foreskin

    God spare us from Godlessness

  • Douglas Redmayne

    I am not bothered: these experiments are necessary and there are too many humans in the world. I do not particularly want the unwanted children of the feral underclass aggressive me or my child.