Yes, this is real.
The number of aborted or miscarried foetuses incinerated by the NHS is considered to be at least 15,500 in the past two years, with leading hospitals such as Addenbrooke disposing the bodies into their waste-to-energy plant. Furthermore, mothers who had miscarried and had asked for a cremation or burial were not informed that their miscarried baby had been put into the incinerator of an energy plant with the general rubbish. Health Minister Dr Daniel Poulter MP denounced the practice as “totally unacceptable” whilst the Care Quality Commission may be roused to make its customary inconsequential investigation. As the correct procedure of such practices is – like much in the Abortion industry – regulated by guidelines rather than actual law, little in the way of redress is likely. Luca Volontè continued:
said clearly that revelations such as these reflect policies that ‘have become progressively more hostile toward Christian civilization.’”
why are they outraged? Why should we show respect and reverence for the body, when we have shown contempt and scorn for the life we have just taken from it?”
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