The 22-week infant died one day later in intensive care at a hospital in the mother’s home town of Rossano in southern Italy.
The mother, pregnant for the first time, had opted for an abortion after prenatal scans suggested that her baby was disabled.
However, the infant survived the procedure, carried out on Saturday in the Rossano Calabro hospital, and was left by doctors to die.
He was discovered alive the following day – some 20 hours after the operation – by Father Antonio Martello, the hospital chaplain, who had gone to pray beside his body.
He found that the baby, wrapped in a sheet with his umbilical cord still attached, was moving and breathing. The priest raised the alarm and doctors immediately arranged for the infant to be taken to a specialist neo-natal unit at the neighbouring Cosenza hospital, where he died on Monday morning.
Italian police are investigating the case for “homicide” because infanticide is illegal in Italy.
Source: The Telegraph.co.uk
The Nazi ideology is not dead in Europe. It lives on in hospitals all over the continents, and other places too.
The Nazi ideology is based on the belief that life have no value by it self. Life has to be useful for the owner. Hitler claimed to be the owner of the children in Germany.
Hitler played “god”, just like mothers play “god”. They decide who is worthy of life, and who is going to be killed.
I have read about the slow death of aborted children in several newspaper this week. Both in Italy, in Denmark and in Norway.
Since doctors do not have permission of kill a new born child, the children that escape the doctors knifes inside the mother womb, are left alone to die a slow and painful death.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
What makes such mothers and doctors better than the butchers in Nazi Germany?
In many ways they are worse. The Nazis killed most of their victim’s quickly.
Written by Ivar