Aborted Babies Incinerated to Heat Britain’s Socialist Hospitals
Jonathan Swift was onto something with his “A Modest Proposal,” in which he suggested solving both overpopulation and hunger by feeding people babies. His approach has been applied by the socialist bureaucrats running the healthcare system in Britain to solve a similar pair of problems: what to do with the babies resulting from casual, irresponsible sex; and how to heat hospitals when our liberal overlords are deliberately causing energy prices to “necessarily skyrocket” on behalf of the polar bears. The ingenious solution:
The bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals, an investigation has found.
Ten NHS [National Health Service] trusts have admitted burning foetal remains alongside other rubbish while two others used the bodies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat. …
At least 15,500 foetal remains were incinerated by 27 NHS trusts over the last two years alone, Channel 4’s Dispatches discovered. …
One of the country’s leading hospitals, Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge, incinerated 797 babies below 13 weeks gestation at their own ‘waste to energy’ plant. The mothers were told the remains had been ‘cremated.’
Another ‘waste to energy’ facility at Ipswich Hospital, operated by a private contractor, incinerated 1,101 foetal remains between 2011 and 2013.
They were brought in from another hospital before being burned, generating energy for the hospital site.
Socialism has never been more efficient.
Never mind the dead babies. They were only individuals. Keeping the collective warm is what matters.
On tips from DJ, Artfldgr, and |. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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