Aborted foetuses are turned into fuel for your fireplace.

It turns out that many of them are treated as biomedical waste and incinerated as fuel – babies with perfect hands and feet, faces, eyes and little mouths.

On 25 March 2022, a lorry driver working for the company that disposes of aborted children at Washington Surgical Hospital looked away to allow Lauren Handy, a pro-life campaigner, to pick up two crates. The medical waste containers contained the remains of 115 children. A.J. Hurley, an anti-abortion campaigner from California, came to help her and her companions, members of the Progressive Anti-Abortion Rebellion group, and photographed the bodies. It was a surreal experience,” says Hurley. The women were “beside themselves”. While photographing the babies, the campaigners often broke down, but photographing the children meant confirming their existence.

“Looking at those bodies made you feel cold, barren, dark and abandoned,” Hurley explains. “My mind couldn’t separate the depravity of what I was seeing from the images of God it was happening to. It was pure evil. Something so pure being treated in such an evil way – I remember leaving the room, except for me: I’ll never be the same. Everything in me has the strength to fight this evil. I hope these images will break the spell that hangs over our country.

Of the 115 children, 110 were buried in an anonymous cemetery; the five who were born too late were reported to the criminal brigade of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, which went to Handy’s home to recover the bodies. Despite doctors’ claims that the children were probably killed outside the law (what a sentence), the Metropolitan Police Department said it would not be ordering autopsies: “These fetuses were aborted in accordance with Washington law, so we are not investigating this incident in that direction. There doesn’t appear to be anything criminal in this case, other than the question of how they got into this house”.

Where do the aborted babies go after they have been killed? Where are the 115 children killed at Cesare Santangelo’s clinic and transported in small buckets on their way to the biomedical skip? A press release issued by the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising on 17 October provides a shocking answer. Curtis Bay Medical Waste, “the institution responsible for transporting the crate of 115 aborted babies found by PAUU last year, was fined $1.7 million after pleading guilty to more than 40 instances of environmental violations. These offences included failing to properly incinerate medical waste before landfilling. The 115 babies PAUU took from the truck driver? They were on their way to incineration – as fuel to “provide energy for the people of Baltimore”.

Where do aborted babies go after they’re killed? It turns out that many of them are incinerated. As PAUU reports, “Curtis Bay has a long history of collecting and incinerating aborted babies to generate energy in the Baltimore area. The company is the primary medical waste collection service for abortion facilities in the DMV region. All 40 charges were related to the improper disposal and treatment of medical waste, including fetal remains. One of the investigators was quoted as saying: “Our evidence shows that they knew they weren’t doing what they were supposed to do. They failed and got caught”. The reality behind this summary is the spectre of a waste company throwing half-burnt babies into a landfill. But our society allows the murder of babies – it only requires that they are properly incinerated after the murder.

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