We are the most advanced species on Earth, yet the most depraved. We have perverted medical science into a chemical weapon to be used against our own prenatal children. We do this to avoid the responsibility of caring for our own young. Even worse, in many cases we forgo killing these children prior to ripping them apart to preserve their tissue for research, resulting in an even more painful death.
Digoxin, a heart medication, is used as a feticide to kill prenatal children prior to late 2nd trimester abortions. Digoxin is injected into the child’s heart, body, or amniotic sac to induce demise. Abortionists refer to digoxin as “dig” (pronounced “didge”) and its use as “dig’ing.” Digoxin kills the cells and poisons the tissues of the baby, so when body parts are being harvested, the abortion must be completed without any digoxin or other feticide.
Changes in termination practice, including newer medical, non-surgical procedures, and the use of agents to ensure delivery of a dead child, have created new obstacles to obtaining sufficient amounts of the high quality tissue desired for research on their limbs and organs. Order forms for aborted children frequently specify “no dig” to ensure that digoxin is withheld. The absence of digoxin means that the abortion may yield a born-alive infant, because the abortionist is attempting to extract the child as intact as possible for saleable body parts.
Inducement of prenatal death, in conjunction with insertion of an osmotic dilator, prevents the possibility of a live birth prior to the actual dilation and evacuation abortion procedure. Some Planned Parenthood affiliates do not use digoxin at all for their later procedures regardless of whether tissue is being harvested.
They literally rip these children apart while still alive and able to feel the excruciating pain of dismemberment. Watch this video to peer into the dark heart of the abortion industry.
Now use your anger and repulsion to do something to defend these innocent children. If not you, then who? If not now, then when?