Oh, that You would slay the wicked, O God!
Depart from me, therefore, you bloodthirsty men.
The following in an excerpt from this article: Exploring the dark world of vaccines and fetal tissue research: Part 1
“Vaccines, abortions, and eugenics
Acker reassured me that far from being inference, her statements were based on solid knowledge of science, the vaccine industry, and the history of that industry. Over the course of a somber phone conversation, we examined her sources. Many were primary sources from medical and scientific literature. For much of her historical research Acker is indebted to Children of God for Life, which has been compiling information on vaccines that use fetal cell lines since 1999.
We toured the dark and troubling side of vaccine research, beginning in the 1930s and centering on the masterpiece of vaccine development: the polio vaccine of Salk and Sabin.
Medical literature from the early to mid-20th century was surprisingly frank and open about its methods. Acker began with a direct quote from a paper by vaccine pioneer Albert Sabin (1906-93). He and other scientists researching viral vaccines faced a challenge: unlike bacteria, viruses cannot reproduce on their own and require living cells to infect. Using animal subjects such as monkeys came with a risk of contamination; therefore researchers turned to human fetal tissue. Sabin described the early, critical stages of his research on the polio vaccine:
A new approach was made by the use of 3- to 4-months-old human embryos, obtained aseptically by Cesarean section. (The authors are indebted to Dr. Lance Monroe, of Bellevue Hospital, for the 2 human embryos used in this investigation.) The brain and cord, the lungs, kidneys, liver, and spleen were stored in the refrigerator, fragments of these tissues being taken for the preparation of media at 3-day intervals.iii
I expressed surprise at this quote from 1936, which was long before abortion was legal in the United States. Acker noted that the acknowledgment of Bellevue Hospital, a New York facility for “insane and feebleminded women,” was significant. This, and the reference to Cesarean section—also called “abdominal hysterotomy” in medical literature—made it “clear that this was linked to the eugenics movement.” By 1931, 38 states had adopted the Model Eugenical Sterilization Law, mandating sterilization of those deemed unfit to breed. While abortion was illegal in the United States at that time, there was a legal double standard for those whom the eugenics movement deemed “feeble-minded,” and abortions were frequently done in tandem with sterilization for such women.”
I don’t know if the author of the mentioned article has changed her opinion on some her words, but I disagree with them completely. Most of her article does have very good information regarding the evil roots of vaccines. Here’s the part I 100% disagree with:
“I admit to feeling better when I read that although some vaccines are developed using fetal cell lines, those cell lines are practically ancient. Established in the 1970s and 80s, they have a very remote connection to the babies who donated the cells from which they came.”
Why? Because God is eternal. Time is for man, not God, and it is as if these babies were just murdered to Him. They were and will always be valuable image bearers of God. And the babies didn’t donate the cells. They were murdered and stolen from these precious babies.
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