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Aborted babies are being incinerated to provide electricity in the United States

The Covanta Marion waste-to-energy facility in Oregon that incinerates British Columbia "medical waste," including aborted babies.
The Covanta Marion waste-to-energy facility in Oregon that incinerates British Columbia "medical waste," including aborted babies.

Once upon a time, the people of ancient Carthage worshiped a deity called Moloch. Moloch, now a star of the tv show Sleepy Hollow, was their god of money. To worship Molloch, the people of Carthage would burn the biggest drain on their wallets into a giant fire pit.

They would burn their children.

The ancient Romans would was with Carthage, their battle cry being Carthago delenda est, Carthage must be destroyed. Carthage was wiped from the face of the Earth.

Moloch, apparently, has new worshipers. First, we found them burning over 15,500 aborted fetuses to warm hospitals in the UK. But wait, there's more.

They're coming to America.

From LifeSiteNews:

The British Columbia Health Ministry has admitted that the remains of babies destroyed by abortion in B.C. facilities are ending up in a waste-to-power facility in the United States, providing electricity for residents of Oregon.

The province’s Health Ministry said in an email to the B.C. Catholic that “biomedical waste” shipped to the U.S. to be incinerated includes “human tissue, such as surgically removed cancerous tissue, amputated limbs, and fetal tissue.”

“The ministry understands that some is transferred to Oregon. There it is incinerated in a waste-to-energy plant,” the email stated.

The ministry said that contractors handling the province’s “biomedical waste” follow “health and safety protocols, as well as federal, provincial, and local regulations.”

The news comes one month after the remains of more than 15,000 aborted babies were found to have been incinerated, along with other “medical waste,” to heat and generate power for British hospitals.

Now, while Oregon is the one place in the union where health insurance will pay physician assisted suicide, but not pay for a heart transplant, but this is a whole new level of callousness. Was a group burial in a common grave out in potter's field too much to ask?

If you read the novel A Pius Legacy: A Political Thriller, it mentions how Europe has already made it a policy to flash-freeze their dead and ground them up as fertilizer. There, it was written with came with the infamous thought, "Well, it couldn't happen here."

Now, the United States is burning children to power computers and charge iPhones. Displace a moose for an Alaskan pipeline? Inconvenience a school of fish for an oil drill? Everyone loses their minds. Burn dead children for cost-cutting measures? Nobody blinks an eye.

There are plenty of states in the US that would have this be illegal. The laws of Deleware, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Texas, Utah, all mention options other than incineration, namely internment, burial, or cremation.

To file a complaint against such practices, contact

Hon. Christy Clark, Premier


Hon. Terry Lake, Minister of Health
250 953-3547

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