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Planned Parenthood apologizes for tone of video in which they admitted to selling aborted baby organs

July 16, 2015

 Earlier this week a video surfaced which showed a Planned Parenthood official callously talking about selling the organs of babies which were aborted to fetal tissue collection organizations for research. In addition to this practice in general, which might be a violation of federal law, what bothered me almost as much was the attitude of the Planned Parenthood official as she discussed selling the organs in such a cold-hearted and casual manner as she ate her salad and drank her wine.

  It was almost as if she did not consider the recently deceased babies to have been  lives now lost (or more accurately; taken) and of course she probably did not because we have been told over and over again that a fetus is not a person unless the mother decides it is. This raises the still as of yet unanswered question of how can these unborn babies can have organs which are usable to research if they were not human life in the first place. The life itself is not valuable however apparently the organs are…

  Today Planned Parenthood apologized for the tone of the video. Here is more:

“Our top priority is the compassionate care that we provide. In the video one of our staff members speaks in a way that does not reflect that compassion, this is unacceptable and I personally apologize for the staff member’s tone and statements,” Richards said.

  Of course the compassionate care only extends to the mothers–or should I say the women who are no longer mothers–and not to the babies, but I digress.

  Planned Parenthood claims they are not making any money from the collection of organs, and maybe they are not, but this is still troubling because in my opinion this strikes at the moral fiber of the nation. When you are talking about deciding which organs to crush and which ones to leave intact during an abortion, and when you admit to skirting federal partial-birth abortion bans by admitting you simply lie about the intention of the procedure, it does call into question the morals and the ethics of the whole organization. 

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

13 Comments leave one →
  1. Zip-a-Dee permalink
    July 16, 2015 9:45 pm

    And we’re to believe them that they’re not profiting from this making ‘no $$$’ … Out of the kindness of their hearts (?) they’re killing the innocent so others may benefit? Perverted liars.

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    • Zip-a-Dee permalink
      July 16, 2015 9:48 pm

      Company Buying Aborted Baby Body Parts From Planned Parenthood Takes Down Web Site

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      • Zip-a-Dee permalink
        July 16, 2015 9:50 pm

        Under the radar: The lucrative sale of fetal body parts:
        ‘The largest unregulated industry in our nation, the abortion industry, and its collaborators in the medical research fields have found a way around the law to profit from illegal trafficing of human fetal tissues. This goulish practice has been exposed on national TV, and the U.S. House of Representatives held hearings on the matter. But if you know how the game is played, you can safely participate in the thriving fetal body parts business without violating the guidlines of the National Institute of Health or being penalized by the feds.’

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      • July 17, 2015 5:35 am

        Sure sounds like they have something to hide, why else take down the website?

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      • July 17, 2015 5:37 am

        Thanks for the link, I think it is beyond time to start investigating what is going on here. It sounds like they have been breaking a few laws.

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  2. Dr. Jeff permalink
    July 16, 2015 11:11 pm

    The sale of human body parts, regardless of the source, is inherently wrong. Any human being with a sense of morality that even approximates normal finds this disgusting. I’m not even going to touch the entire pro/anti choice debate. There is an even more basic principle involved.

    You can argue that the sale of human body parts might be ok in some cases, but, once you have established the principle, where do you draw the line?

    Does the person need to be dead or can they be alive? Whether they’re alive or dead, what about consent? Which parts can be bought and sold? A pint of blood might not be a big deal, but what about an eye or a heart? Could you just buy the full set of parts and harvest them as needed? This last means that you would own a living person and could then harvest the parts as needed.

    Parts is parts, right?

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    • July 17, 2015 5:40 am

      I agree with you Dr. Jeff; this goes way beyond whether a person is pro-life or pro-choice because there are so many moral and ethical issues with what they are doing and you raise some great questions. As you said, once this is permitted where is the line drawn?


  3. Brittius permalink
    July 17, 2015 4:19 am

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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  4. Zip-a-Dee permalink
    July 17, 2015 7:58 pm

    He’s apologizing for her ‘tone’ of how the truth was stated, not the act itself, which he justifies and his part in it. More and more the movie ‘Soylent Green’ is looking like the coming reality. The Globalist want to downsize the population drastically, so where are they going to put all the remains. One thing begets another.

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