The Truth About Organ Donation: 13 y.o. boy wakes up as doctors prepare to harvest his organs

If you have doubts about donating your organs, you should heed this story.

Trenton McKinley, a 13-year-old boy in Mobile, Alabama, sustained brain injuries so severe that his parents agreed to donate his organs. But on the day when doctors would declare him dead in preparation for harvesting his organs, Trenton woke up.

Trenton McKinley

LifeNews reports, May 7, 2018, that two months ago, Trenton suffered severe injuries when a small utility trailer that he was riding in flipped over. Doctors thought his brain injuries were so severe that he would never regain consciousness, so his parents agreed to remove his life support and donate his organs.

Trenton’s mom, Jennifer Reindl, said that her son showed no vital signs for a full 15 minutes. Eventually, she signed the papers to donate his organs, believing his life would help save other children’s: “A man from the UAB organ donation came and talked to us in the family conference room about donating five organs to UAB children’s hospital that would save five other children. We said yes, that also insured that they would continue to keep Trenton alive to clean his organs for the donation.”

Then, Trenton shocked everyone.

Reindl said, “The next day he was scheduled to have his final brain wave test to call his time of death but his vitals spiked so they canceled the test.” Trenton’s parents praised God for their son’s recovery. Reindl wrote on Facebook: “All glory to God…. I am so thankful for every second I get to spend my time with my son.”

Trenton is not only awake, but he also can walk, read and even do math problems again, although he still suffers from pain and seizures from seven skull fractures, and will need surgery again in the future. He is at home receiving therapy and beginning to heal.

The boy told local news reporters he had been in heaven for a little while after the accident, “I was in an open field walking straight,” and believes “There’s no other explanation but God” for his recovery.

About organ donations, here’s a warning from Paul A. Byrne, M.D., “Facts About Being An Organ Donor“:

You’ve probably heard and read a great deal of positive publicity about the benefits of the organ donor program – information which is provided by those in the medical profession deeply involved in the so-called “gift of life”. But when presenting their information they deliberately leave us believing the donor is already truly dead before the organs are taken. They intentionally omit the in-depth explanation of the necessary procedure a donor must undergo WHILE STILL ALIVE.

Prior to 1968 a person was declared dead only after their breathing and heart stopped for a determinate period of time. The current terminology “Brain Death” was unheard of.

When surgeons realized they had the capability of taking organs from one seemingly “close to death” person and implanting them into another person to keep the recipient alive longer, a “Pandora’s Box” was opened.

In the beginning, through trial and error, they discovered it was not possible to perform this “miraculous” surgery with organs taken from someone truly dead–even if the donor was without circulation for merely a few minutes – because organ damage occurs within a very brief time after circulation stops.

To justify their experimental procedures it was necessary for them to come up with a solution which is how the term “Brain Death” was contrived. To verify the determination of “brain death” they developed more than 30 different sets of criteria to declare “brain death” (DBD) published from 1968–1978. Every new set was less strict than previous sets–now there are many more. Dear reader, those criteria are flawed.

Recently we read and heard about the young man in Oklahoma declared “brain dead,” but his cousin, a nurse, recognized response during the 4 hours of preparation to take his organs. The transplant was not done. This young man is living proof that “brain death” is not true death. If his organs had been taken, he would have been killed.

He even attested to being able to hear and understand what was taking place but was unable to speak in his own defense as a result of his brain injury. Most frighteningly, he could not cry out “STOP!” when it came to the harvesting of his own organs. IMPORTANT: This is not an isolated case.

More recently, when there is a desire to get organs while the donor still has obvious brain activity, a Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) is obtained to stop the life support. When the donor is pulseless for as short as 75 seconds (but the heart is still beating) the organs are taken – this is called Donation by Cardiac Death (DCD). When a heart is taken for transplantation, after about 1 hour of operating, while the heart is beating and blood pressure and circulation are normal, the heart is stopped by the transplant surgeon. Then the surgeon lifts the heart from the donor’s chest.

Once DBD or DCD has been verified and permission extracted from distraught family members (in cases where relatives cannot be located the government often now makes the determination on our behalf) the “organ donor” undergoes hours, sometimes days, of torturous treatment utilized to protect and preserve the body-container of “spare parts!” The “organ donor” is forced to endure the excruciating painful and ongoing chemical treatment in preparation for organ excising. Literally the “donor” is now an organ warehouse and used for the sole purpose of organ preservation until a compatible recipient can be located.

Organ removal is performed while the patient is given only a paralyzing agent but no anesthetic! Multi-organ excision, on the average, takes three to four hours of operating during which time the heart is beating, the blood pressure is normal and respiration is occurring albeit the patient is on a ventilator. Each organ is cut out until finally the beating heart is stopped, a moment before removal.

It is well documented the heart rate and blood pressure go up when the incision is made. This is the very response the anesthesiologist often observes in everyday surgery when the anesthetic is insufficient. But, as stated above, organ donors are not anesthetized.

There are growing numbers of protesters among nurses and anesthesiologists, who react strongly to the movements of the supposed “corpse.” These movements are sometimes so violent it makes it impossible to continue the taking of organs. Resulting from their personal experiences and attestations, many in the medical profession have removed themselves from this program altogether and/or are having second thoughts about the donor being factually or truly dead.

The federal government has been deeply involved in promoting vital organ transplantation. A federal mandate issued in 1998 states that physicians, nurses, chaplains, and other health care workers may not speak to a family of a potential organ donor without first obtaining approval from the regional organ retrieval system. Only a “designated requester” trained to approach family members is allowed to discuss the matter with them. Why? Because studies show that these “specialists” have greater success in obtaining permission. They are trained to “sell” the concept of organ donation, using emotionally-laden phrases such as “giving the gift of life,” “your loved one’s heart will live on in someone else,” and other similar platitudes – all empty of true meaning. Don’t forget that the donation and transplant industry is a multibillion dollar enterprise…. One thing, however, is clear: donor families do not receive any monetary benefit from their “gift of life.”

In the midst of trauma and shock the anguishing family/loved ones of the patient are subjected to immense pressures by those seeking to obtain approval for taking the organs. Incapable of making a decision based on factual and sound information, “consent” is obtained through coercive measures. “No hope” for recovery is the first step in this process followed by the false declaration of death—“brain death.” Relatives are not only persuaded to “consent” and participate in organ donation, but also they are made to feel obligated. Fully “informed consent” is not part of the organ donation process….

More often there is a rush to pronouncement of “brain death” when a young person has been suddenly critically injured. Parents and young persons must be fully informed and armed with the truth before such a decision is forced upon them at the time of greatest distress.

Part of every declaration of “brain death” is the apnea test which is not for the benefit of the patient. It is the last so-called “clinical” test to achieve the declaration of “brain death.”

The need for a ventilator doesn’t mean the brain is permanently incapacitated or one’s health cannot be restored! This “life support” device is a supplement to the patient’s compromised, weakened physical condition and may be necessary in providing the patient with oxygen while removing carbon dioxide during the most crucial period. Time and continued medical care are necessary for the ongoing treatment to protect and preserve the patient’s life. The ventilator provides the patient and physician this valuable time as it eases the patient’s distressed respiratory system allowing time for therapy and healing.

Knowing full well how critical the ventilator is, to withdraw it when it is needed most is absurd! Yet, it is planned for the patient to be taken off for up to 10 minutes – the patient can only get worse! This test is sometimes lethal. Make sure to instruct all medical staff: “DO NOT DO AN APNEA TEST!”

Almost all states have now passed a presumed intent for donation law; Delaware introduced a presumed consent bill. At least 8 European countries have presumed consent. This means we are all subject to having our organs taken without our expressed consent!

Great strides have been made in the use of artificial organs. Recent articles are publicizing the newest, vastly improved artificial hearts soon to be available for those with a failing heart who are on a transplant waiting list.

Here is exciting and hopeful news for those with brain injuries. Successful results of hypothermic therapy have been published from studies done in Japan and Germany with a 60-70% success rate. Also, new research has demonstrated the benefit of the steroid, progesterone, in patients with head injury….

Saving a life is certainly a good thing but using others as sacrificial lambs is throwing the door wide open to compounding venues. Currently, there are those who are working on developing new human beings for the sole purpose of organ transplantation. Conversely, the good news is, other researchers have discovered methods to grow just the organs which can be accomplished using the affected persons own genes.

Many state (and countries too) now have an “IMPLIED organ donor” policy, which means that it is ASSUMED you are an organ donor unless you EXPLICITLY say otherwise. So make sure you tell your family, doctor, and hospital that you do NOT want your organs donated under any and all circumstances.

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~Eowyn

67 responses to “The Truth About Organ Donation: 13 y.o. boy wakes up as doctors prepare to harvest his organs

  1. Organ donation is big business.

    Those with means (especially politicians) regularly jump the line. Suspect human trafficking is among other things, for harvesting organs.

    Vivisection it sounds like. At least administer massive pain medication in addition to paralytics.

    There are cases where it is clear a patient has no chance of recovery (i.e. gunshot to the head where the brain is partially missing), but otherwise law needs tightened up.

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  2. Oh and British hospitals would have killed him off without missing a beat.

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  3. Kevin J Lankford

    Dang!…Almost made my heart stop just reading. Clearly,..there can be only one incentive for such a cold hearted practice.

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  4. I went through this with my brother in ‘93 after he had a cerebral hemorrhage. At the doctors’ request, his wife was persuaded to have him removed from life support and a DNR order put in place. He started breathing on his own again and several nurses swore he was aware when family were by his bedside. His kidneys started failing after a few days and he was declared brain dead, which those nurses again denied was the case.

    A family meeting with the organ donor rep, a smooth talking creep, was arranged in a small conference room during which we heard all the flowery b.s. about saving lives. This rep glibly explained that my sister-in-law would have to rescind the DNR since they needed to alter my brother’s blood chemistry. Fortunately a resident had just joined us and told us the reality, which was that the DNR order would be lifted so the organ team could harvest my brother’s organs while he was still very much alive. These organ donor surgeons and their staffs are ghouls. The organ donor rep, in my opinion, was a true psychopath who enjoyed pressuring and manipulating us under those circumstances.

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    • Dan . . . . Thank you for telling us your first hand experience. I can only conclude that those who at involved in this high dollar enterprise are . . .ghouls.

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    • Thanks for that first-hand description. Many have a hard time believing that doctors would participate in these things. They are wrong. The medical profession is one of the most conformist entities there is.

      Between the natural professional interests of the doctors themselves, there are organizations like the AMA that strive to “mystify” the practice of medicine to avoid scrutiny. Admittedly it is a delicate balance for many reasons.

      This is very much a product of “for profit” medicine. I know that most here seem to believe that there is some form of sanctity in this, I don’t. Profit can not be the motivating factor in the service of humanity. I think they should be paid appropriately for their training and sacrifice.

      In order to do some of the things that doctors are required to do, there has to be a sort of “scientific detachment”. Many of the procedures are not pretty and, empathy is the last thing a physician wants while performing these.

      This can tend to make physicians a little “schizophrenic”. Many times unpleasant things must be done. Just as a priest must administer Extreme Unction to a deceased person, it may not be pretty but must be done.

      There is big money in organ transplants. It seems that the ugly truth is that most (if not all) of these are obtained from living people. I have read that those involved with this business have tried to have the diagnosis of death changed to suit their purposes,

      The fact is that we do not always know when someone is “dead” or specifically what that means. We do not “know” if someone is conscious of their environment or what is happening to them. There doesn’t appear to be much interest in a wider discussion. These things are done somewhat clandestinely, for a purpose I think.

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      • “the ugly truth is that most (if not all) of these are obtained from living people”

        Organs for transplant are useless when excised from a dead donor, as Dr. Paul Byrne explains:

        “they discovered it was not possible to perform this “miraculous” surgery with organs taken from someone truly dead–even if the donor was without circulation for merely a few minutes – because organ damage occurs within a very brief time after circulation stops.

        That means EVERY organ donation is taken from a donor when s/he is still alive — with no anesthesia.

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        • I believe I stumbled upon an exception once, but I can’t remember what it was. So, for all intents and purposes, “all” works for me. They do harvest some things from people declared dead at roadside accidents, etc.. I don’t know how that works.

          In all other regards, I totally agree. I was ignorant until I accidentally (or by Providence), stumbled across more information. This is as bad as it gets.

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    • Thanks for sharing your story Dan. What a harrowing experience.
      What is one to do who has an elderly parent who is over 80 or 90 who is tired of life and in pain, and does not want to be be resuscitated? I have to assume the medical deities wouldn’t want old organs- am I incorrect?

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      • Lana, we just went through something similar with my 92 year old grandmother. She was not an organ donor… and nobody at the hospital asked for her organs. I’m not an expert, but, the old organs don’t seem to be in high demand – but I don’t know with certainty. Actually, we didn’t have a DNR when she had a heart attack and they revived her (which she would NOT have wanted – she always said “when it’s my time, it’s my time”). They revived her and then my mother & aunts decided to sign the DNR a bit late at this point. They took her off life support expecting death and she suddenly starting breathing on her own. It was considered a miracle by all the medical professionals who said she would die. Although she was breathing on her own, she never woke up. Sadly, she was in bad shape, and she eventually passed away a week later. If we had the DNR before the heart attack, she would have gone quickly and without medical torture, which was her wish. On a side note, I was pressured to sign up for organ donation when I renewed by driver’s license. Glad I said “no” because after reading this article I understand what it REALLY is now. How can doctors decide to kill one patient to save another? How can they change the definition of death? Sick.

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        • Thank you for sharing Michelle. Yes this is exactly the position I am in with my mother that this point. She has already had her life prolonged with a new heart valve and regrets it. This is what I am afraid of- she has already had so much suffering in her life and she is really wanting to go, so in these instances it seems a DNR at least can be the right thing to do.

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          • Lana, I think the DNR gives the hospital the ‘right’ to hasten death, rather than stand by and let death happen naturally. Also, if your mom hasn’t tried nutritional ways to strengthen her heart muscle (since it is a muscle and needs proper nutrition) you may be able to help her quality of life with good quality supplements. Many people are suffering from beri-beri of the heart and don’t know it. The entire B-complex of vitamins is essential for the heart. Standard Process and Biotics Research are 2 recommended by a naturopath.

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        • Michelle, I don’t mean to be cruel. I’m curious though. Was your grandmother put on hospice? Because that is a sign of the medical industry’s intentions. Their primary goal has become elimination of the elderly, not to cure or make them well enough to go home.

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  5. Worldwide there is a chronic, severe shortage of organs for transplant. There is virtually no organ donation in Israel. Jobs’ transplant doctor was rewarded with a paid off luxury house for providing the needed pancreas promptly. A number of “organ-gathering” rings have been busted in various countries. big money. Also transplant doctors need organs to pursue their careers. Allegedly remains of discarded pedophilia victims are eaten by pigs after organs have been removed.

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  6. Thank God Trenton woke up!

    Hopefully his story will have more people steer clear of organ harvesting.

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  7. I have an Advanced Health Care Directive on file which stipulates “NO” to organ donation and “NO” to DNR…I also checked online at california organ donation site to make sure I am not in their system:
    https://register.donatelifecalifornia.org/profile/login/

    organ donation is a very corrupt and satanic (rituals) business..I am certain people have been saved by it…but, I am also just as certain people have been maimed and murdered because of it as well.

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    • MomOfIV . . . . very wise council. How do we know but what a person who has failing heart, liver, eyes, etc. perhaps the Eternal time line is supposed to intervene and perhaps God in His Great Wisdom has mandated that this person is supposed to cross the veil and join all those who have gone before.

      Doctors, being doctors, think that they approach the wisdom of God, because they have developed techniques to delay death, but this very situation has resulted in a shady business model where there is a rush to judgement as to who should be ushered out of this world, and when.

      I have never signed up to be an organ donor, and I don’t plan on it. I do not wish ill on any other person, and I am deeply sorrowed over whatever physical maladies they may be suffering from, but I want to go down into my grave the same way I came into this world, intact.

      At the time my Mother died, my Father would not agree to an autopsy. She died in the time that was appropriate in the eyes of God the Eternal Father, and having someone cut her up and look at and weigh each of her organs, and then just throw them back in the chest cavity is sacrilegious. Having an autopsy has nothing to do with the process of dying. Now, if there wee reason to suspect that a murder had occurred, then I suppose one must submit to that, but as far as I am concerned–NOT FOR ME EVER!

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      • “I have never signed up to be an organ donor”

        In many states — and countries as well — the norm is “implied organ donor,” which means that it is assumed you are one unless you EXPLICITLY state you don’t want your organs donated/harvested.

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      • WOW, thank you for the Dr. Byrne explicit descriptions of “organ harvesting”!! (a gross term in itself, imo). I was not aware of these intricate details!

        I knew I was anti-organ-donations for decades already, but THIS cruel & inhumane practice is despicable beyond belief! A MUST-READ & MUST-KNOW for everyone.

        My personal opinion is that sharing organs & even blood is an “unclean thing” since everyone’s innards & blood may have different creepy crawlies. I can’t give a specific scripture (except those re the sanctity of blood), but I just don’t think God would approve of any of it. I’m not for “growing organs” in “petri dishes” either; too much “playing God” going on in “modern science.”

        The fact they have to suppress your immune system vis druggery so your body doesn’t reject a “strange organ” should be a clue.

        “From dust thou art, & unto dust thou shalt return … ’til the 20th-21st century, then OK, thou mayest returnest to dust with thee organs left behind for thou neighbor to use.” (latter-addition-not-in-Genesis ch.3!).

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        The schmiel of the “propaganda agents” they send to families to guilt-trip them into signing over a relative’s organs reminds me of the same tactics used by hospices.

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        Auntie LuLu wrote: “…I want to go down into my grave the same way I came into this world, intact.”

        I’m with you 100% on that, Ms. Auntie! Ditto re the chop cut grind of autopsies. (Remember the CSI TV programs? Gross me out. They became more & more graphic until I had to switch them off permanently.)

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        Agreed the young boy waking up was definitely a God-intervention at just the right time!

        Some years ago I read a long article of similar stories from around the world; people waking up days later after being declared dead. Some woke up at their own funerals while in their caskets (Africa, no embalming, autopsies, etc.) The most amazing account was a young man, buried but not dead. He woke up buried in the casket, near freaked out but cried out to God for the first time in his life. He suppressed his breathing so as not to use up the little bit of air too fast. Unbeknownst to him, a doctor who had checked his records felt something was very inaccurate. He was then compelled to have the casket exhumed, which was done & they found the young man alive! Whew!! That young guy later decided he wanted to start a casket business with telephones/lines built in them! I wonder if he ever really did!

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      • awesome comment Auntie…I especially like:
        “I want to go down into my grave the same way I came into this world, intact.”

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  8. traildustfotm

    Thank you for this dire warning, Dr. Eowyn. We have seen China’s organ harvesting vans, and it is clear to all that when profits are this big, many will ignore the cries of conscience.

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  9. When you have signed an organ donation form, the doctors are not very interested in keeping you alive. Just a fact!

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    • These things really make me sick. The dishonesty is staggering. When you consider that ALL medical doctors know this, why is it so seldom discussed?

      Once I had “organ donor” listed on my license. When I found out more about it I had it changed. They actually paralyze the “victim” before “harvesting” their organs. Talk about vampiric.

      Many who have been in comas relate to hearing everything around them and understanding conversations. Indeed this whole Idea of what constitutes death keeps shifting to accommodate fiscal interests.

      In light of this, how can even unreligious people push for state-controlled health care or “end of life” care? You KNOW what’s going to happen. As soon as you hit the red side of the ledger you’re toast.

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      • lophatt . . . . Bravo! What a wonderful, concise listing of points that should convince everyone to shun this practice. You ae right on the mark.

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    • You’ll be happy to know that sites trying to dupe people into signing up as organ donors, such as DMV.org, list your comment as one of their “MYTHS,” lol. Oh, I agree with you, but just so everyone knows, “they” are denying it.

      And check out the “cartoon-like” photo at this site; it lists the parts of the body & their going prices:

      https://sarahbarendse.com/2015/03/11/organ-donation-scam/

      That lady is in Florida which has its organ donation program tied to the State DMV & an official separate donor site called DonateLifeFlorida[dot]org.

      That lady had removed her name as a donor from her driver’s license at her local DMV in 2013 but four years later & after numerous attempts to get it removed, her name was STILL listed at the DonateLifeFlorida site as a willing donor! And for her DL to be changed to NON-donor at the DMV, they charged $25. Yet THREE times she had to pay $25 because they THREE times sent her a “new” license with each one STILL saying DONOR on it rather than her requested NON-DONOR!

      Read her story & updates which covered 2015-2017. Creepy plus a huge hassle trying to get her name OFF the official registry site & OFF her DL! Something fishy in Florida OR ditzes are running the State!

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  10. Obviously what needs to happen is that a technique needs to be developed to utilize organs from the decidedly deceased (we’re talking head crushed into bits level dead, none of this “brain death” hokum.) or a technique to grow organs from raw materials without needing to kill an individual.

    The question is, how can either of these better techniques be made to happen? (And, more gruesomely, but necessary, would they be possibly held back/suppressed, by these mad doctors, if they were developed?)

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    • Scientists are “growing” just organs, not a whole body, which I believe is ghoulish and unholy.

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      • yeah, unfortunately that’ll be abused too, one of their main aims at present seems to be trying to make syntho-wombs to implant into men, or make a “womb in a box” for reproduction to keep the would-be parents in their slave jobs without the “inconvenience” of the woman carrying the kid and having time off. This is one of those transhumanist tropes.

        I personally would like to see an ability to take someone’s own DNA sample as a framework, throw some raw proteins in there and grow a replacement part (only, not like this clonaid raelian stuff, which btw seems rather similar to nxivm mr. claude vorhilon is presently working on plans for an “erotic amusement park”, with places for the kiddies, and trying to fend off charges of pushing pedophilia from the media, even while he is pushing to lower the age of consent and other thigns to corrupt minors.) for the person in question as needed, no need for donors, or stem cells, etc. But then that may be too benign of an application for these medical monsters, who have a religious impetus to do evil with whatever they learn, apparently.

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        • If the medical industry (aka the kosher nostra) put its collective head into CURING, (which, by the way, I’m convinced they have cures for most illnesses) they wouldn’t be looking for organ “donors” and/or spare parts grown in a lab. But it’s a lot more up their alley to abuse and toss away than it is to cure because there is a lot more money and suffering in maintaining illness until they’ve squeezed everything possible out of an individual –it’s an actuarial thing don’t ya know. We are seen as units of energy and sacrificial animals.

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          • That is why there are no “cures” ever found. Because there are cures out there, and they’re routinely quashed. As one researcher told another, “We’re paid to LOOK for cures, not to find them!”

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  11. Dr Eowyn . . . . Excellent article! Thank you for the warning. This reminds me of the ghoulish “grave robbers” of the 1800’s. The very idea that a person is given a paralytic, but no anesthesia and then the doctors go in cutting out the organs they want . . . rather reminds me of a trip to the store! This is just too ghoulish!

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    • Auntie,
      you know what’s interesting?
      if a person is truly “brain dead” they wouldn’t need a paralytic in the first place and if the surgeons were to administer pain meds before surgery then they would be acknowledging that the person can feel and recognize pain. how then would one be “brain dead” if they recognize pain?….something tells me the idea of the paralytic came about because someone’s organs were being harvested and that person responded by acting out in physical pain and today the paralytic prevents that from occurring….the procured becomes a prisoner in his/her own body to endure a tortured slow death. This tells me these organ procurers are aware that some people aren’t really “brain dead” and shouldn’t be touched…but they do it anyway…how desperately evil!
      these organ procurers are worse than vultures because at least vultures wait until you’re actually dead…

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  12. Do Not Ever Let Your Loved Ones Receive a Transplant or Allow Them to Donate Their Organs. I have been up close and personal with both sides of this issue. It is not worth the cost in spiritual, emotional, relationship or financial resources. Even if the one who is suppose to receive the transplant is told they will die without it, Do Not Encourage or Approve of their having the transplant surgery. There really are worse things than death. I know, that sounds morbid. I have been dissed many times for my anti-organ transplant and organ harvesting stance, but I will stick to my guns until my dying breath.

    — Lophatt — Your statement — ” I have read that those involved with this business have tried to have the diagnosis of death changed to suit their purposes” — is absolutely spot on. I believe some states have already passed this legislation. It is only a matter of time before it will become law in all states. My guess is that most states will not even open it up for discussion before passing the “definition of death” laws.

    Those of you who say that organ harvesting and organ donation is big business, you bet it is. The cost is tremendous, even when you have a good insurance policy. What the insurance doesn’t pay is way beyond a normal person’s budget. There is no doubt in my mind that a lot of human trafficking is for the explicit purpose of organ harvesting and organ donation.

    May the Lord have mercy when we are faced with these issues.

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  13. Mom’s definitely got some explaining to do now…

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  14. didn’t a movie get made about this? COMA? I believe other films have dealt with this type of issue too. There’s also a “market” for harvested organs

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  16. If you work in the health care business, the organ procurers are known as The Vultures, they literally lurk outside of hospital rooms waiting for the organs, it is truly creepy. They give the patients’ families no peace.

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  17. My only regrets about hearing stories like this are that little Charlie Gard and little Alfie Evans did not get to beat the Benthamite Machine of Death.

    I used to believe that organ donation was a good thing. (In the cases of kidney and partial liver donation, it is possible on a case-by-case basis). Here is the problem: In 1968, Harvard University held a medical conference to “get around” this problem, and they came up with the definition for “brain death.” Problem is, death DOES NOT OCCUR when the “brain waves stop”: Death occurs WHEN THE SOUL LEAVES THE BODY.

    About a year ago, I picked up a young doctor at a hospital in the Bronx, The EMT’s brought in a motorcycle accident victim who had been declared, by this doctor’s superior(s) to be “brain dead.” This doctor I drove home was a living nervous wreck: It was HIS job to harvest the accident victim’s organs. He said he KNEW this man was not dead. He said he SAW the heart beating, and had to remove it.
    This man was not a Christian, and he said he KNEW that what he was doing was wrong, that it did not sit right with him.
    The problem is, ONLY an organ from a LIVING DONOR will work. If they wait until ONE SECOND after death, the organ WILL NOT WORK.

    So, MORALLY, we know—as this young doctor did—what is permissible and what is not.
    And make no mistake: For every organ “donated” or harvested, there is a black market with its clandestine machinations going on that got the hospital that organ. Don’t let the ethical behavior of others in the supply chain—who really may not know any better—fool you.

    This is WORSE than Dr. Frankenstein: Dr. Frankenstein only sought the bodies of those who were already dead. But I get it: There are PHYSICAL cadavers, and then there are MORAL cadavers. But this is what we get from that merry old chap of a GHOUL, Jeremy Bentham! Yes! It’s the preserved magical cadaver of Jeremy Bentham with his extinction protocols and his magical mystery tour of eugenics! All hail the Magician! See Her Majesty the Queen hail the Magician!!!
    GOD SHALL NOT BE MOCKED.

    I hope Trenton makes it to a ripe old age.

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    • David Rockefeller had six or seven heart transplants before he died.

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    • At least your “nervous wreck doctor” cab fare had a conscience that grieved him immensely. I bet he will not continue participating in “organ harvesting” after that!

      For the other cold-hearted Modern “Medical” Vultures/Butchers & Organ “Donation” Traffickers (not that they care):
      […]
      13 Thou shalt not kill [BY REMOVING INTERNAL ORGANS when a person is not really dead, thereby CAUSING their death].

      15 Thou shalt not steal [INTERNAL ORGANS from anyone].

      16 Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour [BY CLAIMING HE IS “BRAIN DEAD” when he is NOT really dead].

      17 Thou shalt NOT COVET thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s [INCLUDING HIS INTERNAL ORGANS].
      […]
      Exodus 20:
      https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Exodus+20&version=KJV

      Thanks to everyone for their educational comments!

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  18. Do Not Ever Let Your Loved Ones Receive a Transplant or Allow Them to Donate Their Organs. I have been up close and personal with both sides of this issue. It is not worth the cost in spiritual, emotional, relationship or financial resources. Even if the one who is suppose to receive the transplant is told they will die without it, Do Not Encourage or Approve of their having the transplant surgery. There really are worse things than death. I know, that sounds morbid. I have been dissed many times for my anti-organ transplant and organ harvesting stance, but I will stick to my guns until my dying breath.
    Someone on another social media site stated — ” I have read that those involved with this business have tried to have the diagnosis of death changed to suit their purposes” — is absolutely spot on. I believe some states have already passed this legislation. It is only a matter of time before it will become law in all states. My guess is that most states will not even open it up for discussion before passing the “definition of death” laws.
    Those of you who say that organ harvesting and organ donation is big business, you bet it is. The monetary cost is tremendous, even when you have a good insurance policy. What the insurance doesn’t pay is way beyond a normal person’s budget. The non-monetary costs like emotional, relationship and spiritual costs simply cannot be measured in money and is devastating. What the insurance doesn’t pay is way beyond a normal person’s budget. There is no doubt in my mind that a lot of human trafficking is for the explicit purpose of organ harvesting and organ donation. I know of many who have received a transplant — remember I have been up close and personal with both sides of this coin — and every family that as been involved in receiving a transplant has had traumatic experiences after the fact. Now if you are reading this and know of a person who has had a transplant and all seems to be going peachy-keen and perfect, may I remind you that you are on the outside looking in. I guarantee you that family is dealing with issues that is way beyond anything you can imagine. So before someone says it can’t be worse than cancer, yes it can. Cancer has a specific beginning and a specific end — either remission or death. Transplant patients have a chronic illness for years, many many years! Those prescription drugs have to be paid over all those years and counting.

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  19. Living HELL on Earth
    Back in the 1990’s, a hospital (Condell) in Libertyville, IL, was halfway through removing organs from a man in his 20’s (accident victim) when he woke up. They continued because they said it was too late to save him. This was on the news. Now they keep these incidents OFF the media and I bet they happen often. This is BIG BUCKS for all involved except the victim and family. I believe they purposely keep people in a coma state to convince family members to donate organs.
    Reminds me of the movie COMA.

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    • AvaJ re: “I believe they purposely keep people in a coma state to convince family members to donate organs.”

      I was thinking similarly last night after reading this post, that it would not be difficult for hospital personnel to “finagle with” the brain monitor in a patient’s room so that it would show a “flat line” long enough to convince family that the person was “brain dead.”

      Then I imagined a Ben Garrison-type cartoon of a white-jacketed doctor with sad face standing next to patient’s bed, with grieving family nearby. Doc has one hand behind his back with his finger pressing on the “flat line” button. Cartoon title could be: “THE LIE OF ‘BRAIN DEATH’ & ORGAN DONATION.” That should “spark” more people to investigate the topic.

      Best plan > DIE AT HOME; AVOID HOSPITALS.
      (Unless you are forced to go there due to traumatic injury. Otherwise, why “volunteer yourself” into their “care”?)

      =========
      My “tinfoil hat” keeps acting up…

      If human trafficking & current “volunteer” organ donors are not supplying enough organs for the “demand,” it also dawned on me that FOTM’s recent ONE MILLION PEOPLE 10-Year DNA STUDY might also be another avenue they will use to SEEK & TRACK “prime” organ donor prospects:

      https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2018/05/03/us-government-seeking-1-million-volunteers-for-massive-study-of-dna-health-habits/

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    • It makes me ill to just read about what you just posted….ugh! And it’s true too! They could have put them back in for God’s sake!! This happens a LOT more than the government leads us to believe. I’ve even heard about them setting up “soup kitchens” and luring homeless people in them, not sure if the story was true, but some of these people in jumpsuits would ‘interview’ some of the homeless and then they’d never be seen again. Even Natural News has a macabre and sick story about that little boy Alfie and he thinks he was murdered for his organs.

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  20. Have you ever noticed the back of your driver license has the spot and if you think about it you have to sign the back to be a donor but how hard is it to copy and paste your name and put a check by it. So I use a black permanent marker and put a bold line through the whole thing no way to use it. Its a fact that Dr.s kill over 100 thousand people a yr in malpractice but I don’t see them banning doctors or making sure they only have 10 nurses and they are all semi-employees and not fully auto workers.
    Seems satan works all the avenues he can in any way for or fashion so there is nothing new under the Sun. Just put in a modern terminology of grave robbing in my book.

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    • Where we’re at they don’t even have a sticker anymore, if you’re crazy enough to agree when you get your drivers license they imbed it into the license itself. At least you could rip the sticker off (as I did) before.

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  21. Dr. E: A BIG THANK YOU for this public service you’ve done.

    The work of Dr. Paul Byrne should be known by everyone.
    Again, Dr. Byrnes site is here:
    http://www.truthaboutorgandonation.com/aboutdrbyrne.html

    And the life guardian site where you can access and download forms to protect yourself (and send a donation too, please) are available.
    http://www.lifeguardianfoundation.org/default.html

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  22. Great explanatory article by Dr. Byrne on the Jahi McMath case which is ongoing. These “doctors” and “medical experts” are on the order of eugenicists with god complexes:
    “Judge Rules Jahi McMath May Not Be Dead”
    http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/byrne/170921

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  23. I’ve posted this before, but it works even moreso into this topic than where I posted before: My friend, early 60’s, suffered a fall from her horse w/o a helmut when her horse stumbled on a midnight ride during a terrible day-time heat wave here. At the local hospital, while she was actually lucid/aware, they asked her about a DNR (do not rescusitate) order: did she have one? She and her son responded, “NO.”

    Had she HAD a DNR….they would NOT HAVE TREATED HER…..even though, with treatment, she walked out of the hospital “OK”” in a week, with medical oversight/checking for the next year, just in case. She warned me at that time TO NEVER execute such a blanket DNR order under no restrictions b/c, she knew then and there that, had she had one….they would NOT HAVE TREATED HER head injury at her age (it was bad, but not complicated to treat) and allowed her to deteriorate until she would have been an organ donor (via her CA driver’s license…..). They could NOT WAIT to get what they might….even at her age, a very athletic, healthy person, she had corneas, vascular materials, bone marrow, maybe a kidney or liver……whatever.

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  24. When I was in holdovers in basic training, our DS there told us about why he wasn’t an organ donor. He and his wife were in a bad car wreck- she died. He woke up on the operating table as they were sawing through his chest to harvest his organs. During my holdover time, one of the privates was reading a book she had gotten, serendipity here- about the dangers of organ donation. I read it and can’t for the life of me remember the title! I wish I could because I would buy it for myself.
    I donate blood but will never sign up for being an organ donor. There is too much incentive there for them to just (oopsie) forget to tell the relatives that the donor may actually be alive. Then there was that artlce on natural news about that poor child Alfie and how they supposedly murdered him for his organs! It’s cruel and it’s real. And they’re not above stealing for profit- their profits are in deaths.

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  25. PS: Quoting the Dr: Organ removal is performed while the patient is given only a paralyzing agent but no anesthetic!
    Seems like they’re doing that so that the patient is totally unable to cry out in pain.

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