In what must be a win-win for the progressive liberal left-wing green energy pro-abortion culture of death crowd, it was announced in the Telegraph that the remains of aborted babies have been used in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants to heat hospitals as part of an energy efficiency program. No word yet from the Obama Administration, or from Health and Human Services (HHS) director Kathleen Sebilius, if they are weighing the cost-saving measures.
The Telegraph reports that, “The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain.” Ten trusts of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) have admitted to burning the fetal remains along with other rubbish. Two other trusts have used the bodies of dead babies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat. It is not known if the green energy-from-waste plants are owned by the Soylent Corporation, whose slogan “Green Energy For People IS People” and demands from people to “Do Your Fair Share And Volunteer Today.”
Upon hearing of the practice, the Department of Health issued an instant ban on the practice which health minister Dr. Dan Poulter branded ‘totally unacceptable.’ Dr. Poulter did not clarify whether the practice itself was unacceptable or whether the low number of incinerated dead babies was unacceptable.
Over the last two years, at least 15,500 babies have been incinerated by 27 NHS trust, so perhaps the health minister is appalled at the low number of facilities where the dead babies bodies are burned along with the rubbish or are used in green energy-from-waste plants to heat hospitals.
The UK green energy-from-waste plan was brought to light by actress Amanda Holden, a judge on Britain’s Got Talent, in a documentary investigating the treatment of parents who lose children during pregnancy. Holden herself had suffered both a stillbirth and a miscarriage and was unaware of the green energy program. She found out that many parents were not told that the remains were being sent to green energy-from-waste plants, only that the remains were ‘cremated.’
NHS figures show there are around 4,000 stillbirths each year in the UK and that one in seven pregnancies end in miscarriage. If the UK’s green energy-from-waste program is to achieve sustainable levels, those numbers will have to increase. The progressive liberal left-wing green energy pro-abortion movement crowd has their work cutout for them.
New slogans supporting abortion as a green energy-from-waste right are bound to appear.