Friday, May 19, 2017

Embryo Jewelry: How Sick Have We Become?

Posted by Douglas V. Gibbs
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In California, pro-choice license plates are now available and have been officially sanctioned by Sacramento's leftist majority.  This is the same legislature who passed a law to force pro-life facilities to advertise abortion clinics or be punished by law, and is working on A.B. 569 which will ensure pro-life facilities can be sued if they refuse to hire pro-abortion employees, or other people who are obviously against their pro-life platform.

On the national scale, executives of Planned Parenthood were caught acting as federally subsidized meat markets, when caught on film admitting a part of what they do is harvest the organs from the babies they kill to sell on a black market (mostly regarding scientific research on the body parts).  The people who exposed the crime were the ones that wound up attacked and convicted of a crime.  Planned Parenthood continues without a worry.

According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 13,000 fully developed babies who could survive outside the womb are aborted annually.

And when we believe the sickness of killing babies, destroying human life, and mothers turning against their own children in an orgy of blood and Baal style sacrifices of innocent kids cannot get any sicker, Australia, turns out, is the home of a business that makes freeze-dried embryo jewelry.

The embryos in question are the leftovers from fertilization clinic procedures, but are no less flesh and blood babies than those brutally murdered by the sickening procedures associated with abortion, or any babies killed after taking their first breath in the outside world.

What's worse, I found the article on a website that is about parenting, and they wrote the article in a manner as if it is a wonderful and loving thing to make embryo jewelry.

The article focuses on a couple who used in vitro fertilization as a means of getting pregnant.  In the in vitro fertilization industry, the eggs are fertilized outside the womb and then the embryos are inserted into the mother after initially forming in a laboratory setting.  But, what to do with the embryos not used once a pregnancy sticks?

"Donation wasn’t an option, the annual storage fee was an added financial strain, and disposing of them unimaginable."

So, the couple went to Baby Bee Hummingbirds, an Australian company turning embryos into keepsake jewelry.

In the case of the mother in the story, she wears seven embryos in her heart-shaped pendant.

At what point does this slippery slope gain even more momentum into the depths of madness?  Will eventually the body parts business of Planned Parenthood expand into marketable products featuring the dismembered bodies of tossed babies aborted in their clinics?

While I understand the emotional part of the article, a woman desiring her "babies" to be close to her heart in the form of jewelry, at what point do we say, "Okay, that's just sick."

The company uses breastmilk, placenta, hair, ashes, umbilical cord stumps, or embryos to make their designs.  They have crafted over 4000 pieces, including 50 made with embryos.

God weeps.

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