This story come from The Blaze and gives us a look at the the National Health Service in England, and what it really does.
Seems this expectant mother was in for her check up and the Hospital staff told her that her baby was dead. They told her the child in her womb was DEAD! They told her she should go home and take the abortion pill, RU-486. After an anguished night in which her conscience convinced her she couldn't and shouldn't kill her baby, she went back to the hospital and demanded another medical exam and an ultrasound.
The nurses, agreed to another ultrasound and, surprise, surprise (!) they found a live baby in there.
Quote from The Blaze: When the nurse saw what was on the screen, she was “shocked.” She
reportedly told the mother: “I have a baby here who is jumping all over
the place, the baby is alive.”
Wiggins said when she looked at the screen, it looked like her baby girl
was saying to her, “Mum, please don’t take the tablets, I’m alive.”
Mom was right and vindicated. She eventually gave birth to a baby girl.
All ended well, right? But then this jumped out at me. Again, quoting from The Blaze: Though she was born with respiratory problems as well as her liver and
bowel on the outside of her body, her health is said to be improving by
There we have the crux of the matter. The staff at Hexham General Hospital, working for the National Health Service, had seen the deformities and had not told the mother. They had decided on their own that the child should be killed. I am sure in their conferences among themselves they used a euphemism like "terminate the pregnancy", but in the end, they were going to convince the mother to murder her own child.
Why? Because of this, "...she was born with respiratory problems as well as her liver and
bowel on the outside of her body..."
On the first series of ultrasound scans, they could see the baby's maladies. They knew this baby girl would need specialized care. They knew it would be expensive and time consuming. They made the decision that this baby girl was going to be too much trouble. They decided. It would be in the State's interest to kill this child and save themselves the trouble and expense. They tried to convince the mother to perform the deed herself. They didn't dare utter the words, euthanasia or eugenics. They called the baby a fetus, not a human being. They reduced the baby's person hood to an object. As far has the National Health Service employees were concerned, it wasn't a human being, created by god, and thus endowed with natural rights, it was just a thingy, to be disposed of at their convenience.
This is evil. This is bare naked evil. The National Health Service in England endorses this behavior. They behave this way so casually because this kind of thinking is systemic.
Thank God the angels carried the message to this woman and gave her the courage to challenge, and overcome, these evil people.
May God continue to bless and protect Hazel Wiggins and her baby Amelia. In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.