Aborted babies incinerated as part of waste-to-energy plant… in the United States?

Last month, Glenn discussed the gruesome report from The Telegraph that the bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat National Health Service hospitals around the United Kingdom. At the time, Glenn likened the heinous practice to the plot of a “dystopian horror movie.”

In a disturbing turn of events, it now looks like the practice may be commonplace in the United States as well. On radio this morning, Glenn reacted to a report from TheBlaze that the British Columbia Health Ministry has seemingly admitted it shipped “biomedical waste” – including tissue from aborted fetuses – to an Oregon waste-to-energy facility to produce electricity for residents.

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“Let’s got to the news story we haven’t hit yet, and that is: Where do we get our energy? Where do we get our power from,” Glenn said. “Now, we told a story a couple of weeks ago, that… aborted fetuses are being shoveled in to the plant, to be able to [heat hospitals]… I was horrified by this, and I thought: Look at where that road leads. Does this happen in the United States of America? Answer: Yes, in Oregon.”

The B.C. Catholic, a religious news organization, was among the first to break this story, and it cites unnamed officials with the Health Ministry’s communications branch who admitted “biomedical waste,” which includes “human tissue, such as surgically removed cancerous tissue, amputated limbs and fetal tissue,” is “disposed of through appropriate contacted providers.”

“Let’s be clear,” Glenn said. “‘Fetal tissue’ [is] aborted babies. Stop calling them ‘fetal tissue.’ That’s aborted babies! We are powering some of our homes in Oregon with aborted babies.”

Kristan Mitchell, executive director of the Oregon Refuse and Recycling Association, told the B.C. Catholic the “biomedical waste” likely ends up at the Covanta Marion waste-to-energy facility in Oregon. The facility has confirmed it still receives and incinerates B.C. medical waste.

Stu brought up an interesting point in regards to the outrage that have accompanied these stories of ‘medical waste’ – including aborted babies – being used for electricity.

“Maybe this is not the right point, but, to me, you will see people who are pro-choice say, ‘This is ridiculous. Tis at not what we support.’ But what we need to realize is those are the people that are being inconsistent,” Stu explained. “If you are pro-choice, why the hell wouldn’t you [burn] fetal tissue to make electricity? At least you are doing something with it… If you think it’s okay to kill ‘it’ because it is an ‘it,’ then throw it in the incinerator. It [should make] sense from their perspective.”

With that in mind, Glenn explained that he personally is against any type of medical waste – whether it is a cancerous tumor or an aborted baby – being incinerated because it violates his belief in the sanctity of human life.

“I have a problem with even the cancerous tumors [being burned] because you are violating the sanctity of humans. Let’s not take any human and turn it into something else. I don’t care if it’s a bad part of humans,” Glenn concluded. “Our society is so upside down right now… because we no longer have an instrument panel. We are no longer pegged on the Constitution.”

  • http://drudgereport.com/ Myles Standish

    Can it possibly get any sicker than this?!? If this doesn’t signify the end times, I’d sure be curious as to what would!

    Maybe we should burn baby whales and seals. Think of all that blubber and the resulting BTU’s!!

    What say you PETA??

  • Iamreplete

    If I try and barbecue a, say, lamb chop, I’ll have to apply a lot of heat to cook it. Even if I burn it, as usually happens, it still doesn’t give off heat. It always requires the input of heat from an external source. That being so, I do not understand the logic of the recent news item on the burning of human corpses. Crematoria have to buy fuel to do their work. There is no suggestion of any examples of self-combustion taking place.
    Isn’t there something screwy about all of this?

    • Anonymous

      I don’t tink you are familiar with the science of high-heat combustion. Once it gets hot enough it will maintain that high heat even with less-than-efficient ful.
      If you want to see this for yourself, get a few lumps of coal, especially Anthrecite (which is actually the hghest BTU-per-pound tyype of coal) and try to get it to ligh twith a lighter or matches. You will have no luck.
      On the other hand, throw it into a hot furnace and it provides lot of heat.

  • Jim

    Ummm…aren’t aborted fetuses wet? Have you ever tried to start a fire with wet kindling? It takes more energy than you get from the fire. Sounds like a story designed to get a reaction.

    • Anonymous

      One word… cremation. I personally have absolutely no problem with cremation as opposed to burial at the end of one’s life. My parents both chose that option as have I. Their cremains are interred with dignity in their resting place. This, however, is an entirely different matter. This is treating these unwanted babies as nothing but garbage….and exploiting them for “collective” gain. What’s next? Cannibalism? The slippery slope we have started down as human beings is horrific.

      • Jim

        Yes. I have no problem with cremation. My parents have chosen that option and asked that their ashes be mixed before burial. But it takes fuel to burn human remains. You are right about the slippery slope. I believe God will punish this nation for allowing the abomination called abortion. I call it infanticide.

  • Jim

    Sorry Glenn, but I think the Constitution was Divinely inspired! It’s the 1’st time in history that the common man have been given true freedom. Anyone who thinks we have a bad system needs to watch…or read Game of Thrones. Do you really want “strongest makes the rules”?

    • Anonymous

      Ken, take your freedom of speech (only when it suits you liberals) and go to another forum. This is an issue on humanity and the lack of. Science has a place but not with this subject. Burn coal, wood and drill our own oil then we will have jobs for the poor that “can’t afford” those babies.

      • Jim

        I think you replied to the wrong person. I’m definitely not a lib.

        • Danielle Stellfox

          Could have fooled me! Your ignorance is bliss.

    • RT2WSHP

      If you have listened to Glenn in the past & to his entire explanation, you will understand he Does believe the Constitution is divinely inspired, he was just pointing out that some believe it is just an old piece of paper that needs to be revised, he was making the point that; as a nation/leaders we have lost sight of God & therefore the Constitution is no longer held by those leaders & their 49% as relevant, let alone Divine.

      • Jim

        Yes. I realized I’d mis-spoken right after I sent that. I have great respect for Glenn. You’re right about the Constitution. I’d like to know what percentage of our representatives have even read it. It’s only 4500 words. 7500 if you include the 27 Amendments and 8600 if you include the Declaration. Of the ones who have read it, how many actually understand the original intent?

  • Mike

    Unwanted in life and treated like firewood in death. We have become soulless as a nation.

    • Jeff Hicks

      Don’t worry Mike… we are also unwanted life by soulless rich powerful individuals.

  • Mike Nelson

    This is astonishing… if we need living tissue to provide power, why didn’t we sell the wild horses rounded up in Wyoming, which were sold to Canada for SLAUGHTER for ~$1600, to CA for this purpose?


    It’s an absurd postulation, of course, but use of human tissue for this purpose is an outrage abominable on a scale I haven’t the vocabulary to express.

  • Anonymous

    This is vey difficult news to comment on. It’s sort of like someone asking you if you’ve stopped beating your wife. It’s a two part issue. First off this is no way near as heinous as the act of murdering them in the first place. In the second place why not eat them for dinner as it takes less heat to cook them than they consume being cremated, why not be efficient about the whole process? The real issue is the heinousness of the murders and the degradation of society as a whole. These babies were treated as garbage way before they were thrown in the trash.
    The whole babies to electricity BS only obfuscates the real issue and is a type of faux indignation that jeopardizes an otherwise perfectly rational moral platform.

    • Anonymous

      Well put jwilco. I don’t want say I’m conflicted because my first reaction to the story was “well, what should we be doing?” Our bodies are energy for the renewal of life. And I hope I don’t come off so insensitive, though reading it—-it does. We forget why the action makes us angry. I can look at something lifeless and think “how can that better serve earth” though in this case it’s serving our purpose. But you put it bluntly, these babies were treated as trash prior and the process of burning indeed does obfuscates that issue. Repetitive to what you stated.

  • ken.

    glenn, this is as stupid as it gets! it takes energy to incinerate anything, including aborted babies and medical waste, it does not create energy. the energy used to incinerate also creates heat which is then used to heat buildings.

    • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

      Yeah because Coal never worked as a power source because it has to be burn. Oh well I guess that means steam power engines never worked as well because you had to burn wood and nothing that burns can make energy. Do you even read these comments before you make yourself look like an idiot. Learn some science.

      • ken.

        your the one who needs to learn science, not me. babies do not burn because they are not flammable. that means it needs something flammable to burn them, therefor burning babies does not create energy, it uses energy. coal and wood are flammable and create energy, not use energy. duh!

        • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

          Really because the last time I checked human beings do catch on fire ask the Nazis. Also fat is flammable. I think you need a reality check.

          • ken.

            the nazis used flammable materials to burn the non-flammable bodies, what part of that simple to understand principle of science do you not understand?

          • ken.

            fat like diesel fuel and grease in only able to burn while flame is provided, once the flame is taken away, it stops burning.

          • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

            It can still be used and energy you moron. That is my point. Burning things to make energy has be used since the beginning of mankind but now all of a sudden reason science and logic gets thrown out the window because you just want to make Beck look like a moron. Well moron you failed and even proved my point that people can be used as fuel.

          • ken.

            sorry you failed at science and everything else. incineration was only using energy to dispose of non-flammable waste. now they are using the heat created to replace the energy that was being used. people are not fuel because we are not flammable and require a flammable substance to to us by force. that is not fuel, it uses fuel.

          • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

            Wait a minute you said if you have to light in on fire you cannot use it as energy and even ingore the principle of heat energy. Again ingore science.

          • ken.

            coal and wood burn by themselves, aborted babies and medical waste do not burn by themselves and have to be burned by force from something that burns by itself. you do not understand science at all.

          • Anonymous

            No one is insinuating that they can’t be burned but that it requires an external energy source to accomplish this resulting in a net loss of btu’s. This issue is a distraction as the offense is the murder in the first place not the disposal of the corpses.

          • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

            But it can still be used a fuel. You need to like coal as well but yet we power towns and cities with the stuff. This guy is saying because you have to light it on fire it cannot be used as energy.

          • Anonymous

            Babies do not compare with coal or wood or diesel fuel. Some form of external combustible would have to be present in all but the very final stage which means that having a corpse in the fuel loading of a furnace robs heat from the furnace and therefore it’s work potential. It’s simple physics, i.e. if to light the fuel requires more btu’s than are in the fuel it’s an energy loss. If people aren’t offended by the murder of a person they have no grounds to be offended by the disposal of the body. Those who are offended by the murder need no further admonishment to be so.

            All report likes this do is make it more difficult for those of us who whish to make a cogent moral argument. After all look how much time is spent talking about the fact that this isn’t done for making energy but for disposing of garbage which is how human life is now treated when man pretends to be God.
            Even a slight over dramatization causes the argument to suffer. We don’t need to build a straw man.

        • AnonaMoose

          You Sir, not only need to learn science, but you need to read up on the technological advances if the 20th century. For everyone that keeps making comments on how something is wrong with the story and something doesn’t make sense, please read up on how Waste-to-Energ power plants operate, which is what Glenn is discussing. Aborted babies aka “biomedical waste”, are being incinerated to produce electricity same way they incinerate a truck load of trash to produce energy. This is old technology. So no, they are not tossing “wet” fetuses or are implying that anything can “self combust”. Do your homework.

          • ken.

            the process of incineration produces heat, not electricity. the heat can then be used to create electricity. burning non-flammable materials takes heat, it doesn’t create heat. this is just using what is already being used and using it for more then one purpose.

          • AnonaMoose

            You must be a troll. Trash that is burned or incinerated at these plants produce smoke or steam that then travels through a chamber that turns a turbine, that then produce electricity. If you want to argue the costs versus benefits of that, this is not the place. There is more to the process after that but you have to get out from under your bridge to read and educate yourself.

          • ken.

            wrong! heat causes air and/or gases to expand which causes it to move due to needing more space then it was occupying. in other words the space becomes full and the expanding gas moves to find more space. that energy produced then turns turbines which are connected to generators which create electricity. your the one who needs to educate yourself. i am not a troll, trolls only come to attack others to cause dissent and take the conversation away from the topic and also use the counterattacks to make the opposition ( us ) look bad. every time someone argues and starts calling trolls names, they turn around and use it against us. educate yourself about trolls.

          • Anonymous

            Do some research. The only part of the body that would contribute to the fire is the fat which isn’t sufficient to overcome the mass of water resulting in a net loss of energy. Waste to energy only works because of the great amount of paper ,plastic and other combustibles in the garbage. If a stalk of celery gets thrown in it takes away from the net result. It gets burned with the beneficial result of disposing of unwanted refuse as is the case with the babies and is the nature of the offense of this practice. Thermal efficiency is not the issue!

          • AnonaMoose

            Thank you for making my point that the tech works. What is abhorrent in this article to some, including myself, is the actions of burning an aborted fetus with the rest of the trash as fuel. No where in the article does it imply that aborted fetuses are the sole contribution to producing the energy. Hence this becomes a question of morality and whether or not you agree with it. Same as abortion, either you’re for it or against it.

          • Anonymous

            Thank you but please read my post above for further elaboration.

          • ken.

            they were using incinerators to only dispose of waste which was only using energy, now they are taking advantage of the process and using it to create and replace the energy it was wasting.

  • landofaahs

    Fill up your cup of judgment America because we will be an example of a people held up for destruction. Babylon the Great is falling.

  • ken.

    i just posted about glenn taking religious views too far and it was deleted without any thing even showing there was even a post. what happened to free speech, the constitution and the founding fathers? it was not offensive it was only that glenn is pushing religion too far, to the point of being illogical and possibly mentally deranged. religious views are good, but there becomes a point where it becomes irrational, glenn is using it to the point of mental illness.

    • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

      So being against murdering children in the womb and shoving them into ovens for heat and power is pushing Religion too far? So should we just let the Nazis get away with killing Jews because people were taking their Religious views to far in freeing them.

      • ken.

        i was talking in general, not about this article.

        • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

          Sure you were and I am Santa Claus.

          • ken.

            yes i was and santa claus is not real so you are not either.

      • ken.

        glenn is getting from where religious views are good and used properly to the point where he’s becoming more like an insane cult or the crazy homeless guy standing on the street corner yelling and screaming at everyone passing by while holding a sign saying that the end is near. not there yet but dangerously close to falling over the edge.

        • Donna Wolf

          No, Ken, there’s nothing offensive about calling someone “mentally deranged”…

          • ken.

            thats not what i was talking about

    • Anonymous

      It’s gone from no moderation to almost an arbitrary standard on this site. I think they have a program that catches trigger words and the sets aside the comment. When this happens they are almost never actually reviewed.

      • ken.

        not just here but at breitbart also.

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

    This is what pro choice has given us. Now we are officially worse than the Nazis I hope you are proud of yourselves pro death people.

  • fire lion

    I see christians profit from murder.

    • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Davenport

      So you are saying throwing babies in ovens is ok because the false propaganda you read says Christians profit from murder? Sheep like you would of made Hitler proud.

  • Deckard426

    Whenever I get cold, I just throw another baby onto the fire. Anything to save a tree.

    • Anonymous

      Is that Baby Thermal Units?

  • Anonymous

    I think liberals should be incinerated. They generate a some heat, but the SMELL will be unbearable…..

  • Anonymous

    You must remember that (saying with tongue-in-cheek), to an abortion clinic, these “remains” are only “clusters of cells” or “clumps of tissue” so they can be discarded without a care….. that is, after all valuable stem cell tissue, such umbilical cords/placental tissue, has been harvested for sale to medical facilities (rumor has it).

  • Charles Hurst

    This is where we have finally come to. The next and final step will be just after birth abortions. Think it’s nuts? They are already talking about it here and there.

    The problem is Roe vs Wade shouldn’t have ever passed to begin with. Roe vs Wade was the first bout of anti reason that took this country. Illegal immigrant propagation, rampant divorce, gay marriage and descent from responsibility for anything followed in the decades following. Why not? We decided it was fine to stop a heartbeat.

    Think carefully—we decided to stop a heartbeat. Regardless of all of the arguments the scientific fact is it is a heartbeat. This is not a Christian perspective. It is a scientific one. We have no right to stop it. It is not just a woman’s body any longer unless her very life is in danger. And then and only then is it her choice. The rest is just a flee from responsibility.

    That’s what Roe vs Wade was about. It had nothing to do with reason any more than gay marriage or illegal immigration has anything to do with reason. It was a cheap way to avoid responsibility, largely cheered by men as well, and angry feminists who felt jaded that they were dealt with the body that was capable of motherhood.

    The ultimate anti reason. Abortion. And look how nicely the nation has fared since. We are falling much like Rome. Because that is the end result of immorality. So go ahead Mr. Progressive, keep celebrating your victories. My fiction states what will happen. We will finally collapse. Prophecy based on this inconvenient professor known as History. Who tends to repeat himself from his podium.

    Charles Hurst. Author of THE SECOND FALL. An offbeat story of Armageddon. And creator of THE RUNNINGWOLF EZINE

  • Anonymous

    Would this sick practice be considered “green energy”?

    • http://angelasdiscountmarket.com/angela.html AngelaE8654

      Aborted babies aside, the whole thing is just gross. Seriously. My
      husband lost a limb several years ago. I don’t want to even THINK about
      using that to heat our house. Blech. Yeah, they should incinerate
      medical waste (and I am a pro lifer, so I don’t think this “waste”
      should include human fetuses who have been aborted), but sending it out
      for electric power? Gross.

  • Anonymous


  • texastruthtweet

    That makes me want to get a solar generator. Obama can’t declare war on the sun.

  • Anonymous

    This example is a trial run, a pull on the fence, a testing of the door. Next the “renewable energy” will be with the elderly or anyone else deemed unfit, undesired or unnoticed.

    Slowly but surely the unthinkable is becoming thinkable and actionable. We were given warning, we saw and we were horrified (for a while). It hasn’t taken long for the Liar to deceive so many again — all for a “good reason”. The incinerators are back in business.

    • Kerry Flow

      Lord have mercy upon us we do indeed deserve His wrath and judgment

  • Anonymous

    Hey, this is why we need you to support focus fusion. Go to http://www.focusfusion.org or http://www.lawencevilleplasmaphysics.com and support them. There is something you can do. They just launched their crowd funding project on earth day. It is on indiegogo. Lerner and the gang or Lerner et al predicts they can produce electricity for 1/10th its current cost. We need that right now. That benefits everyone.

    Furthermore, focus fusion lends itself to the micro grid. That makes it easy to build the faraday cage and protect your power supply. It makes it easy to not participate in the burning of babies.

    P.S. I just saw an article on the daily KOS about LPP and focus fusion which just verified that when the government picks winners and losers they pick losers and ignore winners.

  • Anonymous

    The assumption was that aborted fetus were given a proper burial. Looks like this assumption was wrong.

    • http://angelasdiscountmarket.com/angela.html AngelaE8654

      Why would they give the fetuses a proper burial when they’re okay with slaughtering them the way they do?

  • Anonymous

    Loss of respect for life. Body is a temple of Holy Spirit and should be respected. God please forgive us. Evil abounds

  • Erica Tietz Ploski

    As a younger woman I was unfortunate enough to have recurring miscarriages and lost six babies. When I would go into surgery to have the babies removed I always requested their remains so that I could bury them in our garden (first trimester losses, don’ t judge me). I was always refused and told that it was best for my “emotional well being” to not see the “remains”. In reading this, I cannot fathom how this would bring any more comfort to parents like me who did not have a choice as to what happened to our babies. Horrifying.

    • Darlene Durling

      I miscarried 4 times in first trimester and I mourned those losses. I received no empathy, however, for mourning over this “tissue.” I hear you and understand the dilemma. Bless you for asking for the precious remains. God help us and cleanse this nation!!!

  • Anonymous

    Waste not—want not

  • jackpenn

    I don’t think they care if burning the baby is inefficient. They just view it as trash that needs to go away.

  • susyq

    so so so evil!!. How has America sunk THIS LOW?

  • Anonymous

    If you’re all so worried about saving babies, why focus just on the tiny portion of what the incinerator burns that comes from abortion clinics? ALL trash incinerators (and other types of incinerators) kill babies with their pollution. Studies of communities living near trash incinerators show increases of pre-term births, and babies born with “lethal congenital anomaly” (spina bifida or heart defects), plus increased childhood cancers. Around trash incinerators, studies have also found other increased cancers, especially: larynx, lung, colorectal, liver and stomach cancers, leukemia (blood cancer), soft-tissue sarcoma and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

    In communities near crematoria, a study in the British Medical Journal also found an increased risk of stillbirth and anencephalus (babies born without brains).

    So, if this is really all about saving babies, where are you all in the fight to save God’s creation by ending the use of cremation and waste incineration? Doing so will be better for community health, for environmental health and for your pocketbooks. Trash incineration is documented to be the most expensive and polluting way to manage waste or to make energy, and the green alternatives (source reduction, reuse, recycling and composting) create 10 times as many jobs. For medical waste, and even pathological waste (body parts), there are also safe, non-burn alternatives. Get with it, and get consistent.

    God Recycles. The Devil Burns.

  • Anonymous

    God forgive us

  • janet

    We are no longer pegged on GOD, Glenn….THAT is the problem.

  • Jenn

    God help us all….

  • Danielle Stellfox

    These sick people are doing the same thing Hitler did. The only way I can have peace with this situation, is that these precious babies are in the arms of Jesus and no one can ever hurt them again.

  • Scott Sprankle

    I was listening to you talk about this yesterday, had to change the station, but not why you think. You are stirring up people without thinking through the subject, which defeats your argument. Let me explain. Burning a human body, or part, will NOT generate enough BTU’s to make it worth using as a fuel of any kind. Don’t forget that elementary school lesson in which we were taught that a human body is 95% water. What happened is the medical waste industry found a cost efficient alternative to burn medical waste, cleanly and efficiently. Building a single purpose incinerator that will turn medical waste to ash is damn expensive, why not use existing equipment if it will do the job? Turning bone into ash takes tremendous heat, somewhere in the neighborhood of 2000 degrees, that takes a pretty big furnace.

    The argument about what is considered medical waste is a separate subject, one I don’t wish to get into at this time.

  • Anonymous

    I have my soon to be born Granddaughter’s heartbeat sound on my desktop, detected at 7 weeks. I have two inutero sonogram images of her at 4 and 6 months – her little face, arms, fingers, legs. She is not “tissue.” There is zero excuse for “pro-choice” advocates to deny the humanity of the unborn. This heinous practice of then burning the little babies for electricity is ala Hitler and the Nazi’s. Josef Mengele (I refuse to call him a doctor) would be proud. There will come a time when those responsible for these crimes against humanity will be held accountable, either in this life or when they stand for the final judgement. Jesus loves the little children and he will not allow their wholesale slaughters to go unpunished.

  • Anonymous

    It doesn’t make sense that body parts are used for their energy because they’re mostly made of water. It would take more BTUs to incinerate them than could be recovered. Medical facilities contract with incineration facilities to handle their medical waste. Beck objects to this solution, but makes no suggestions on alternatives for dealing with the volumes of medical waste from hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, dental practices, blood banks, and veterinary hospitals/clinics, as well as medical research facilities and laboratories. Beck’s myopic opinions are not helpful in reality.

  • Anonymous

    16:20-22- 20 “Moreover, you took your sons and daughters whom you had
    borne to Me and sacrificed them to idols to be devoured. Were your
    harlotries so small a matter? (21)You slaughtered My children and
    offered them up to idols by causing them to pass through the fire.
    (22)Besides all your abominations and harlotries you did not remember
    the days of your youth, when you were naked and bare and squirming in
    your blood.

  • Shawn Cameron

    Soylent Green is people!!!!!!

    • ken.

      we cook and taste like pork. mmmm.

  • Jeff Hicks

    Soon they will be making soylent green crackers out of them for us to eat.

  • JulieMann

    reminds me of scripture references of people worshipping Molech by burning babies

  • Arby

    This sounds like semantics. First of all, human bodies are not flammable. We are mostly water, remember? Burning babies does not generate heat energy. It takes external heat energy to reduce a body to ashes. Therefore, these fetuses are essentially being cremated, along with the other bio medical materials. I see little wrong with this. They themselves are not providing heat energy to heat homes, etc,

  • Emil Merusi

    Not in PORTLAND!! the “perfect ” city that also dumps millions of gallons of untreated sewage into the river daily!!

  • Arby

    Hey there, Mr. Moderator. My comment is appropriate. Human tissue is not flammable. This so-called “medical waste is being cremated. It does not generate heat energy.

  • Arby

    I repeat. Human tissue is not flammable. We are mostly water, remember? It takes heat energy to incinerate this stuff. It is being cremated, and as such, it does not liberate heat energy. And therefore this material is not by itself providing heat to anywhere.

  • http://batman-news.com IT IT IT IT V

    NOTHING new here except the level of TAVISTOCK mind control
    FAKE media —-provocation.

    This has been a running op, begining about ayear or so ago
    when they ran that photo of the Chinese girl with her aborted
    baby boy beside her on a EUGENICS clinic gurney.
    More recent the item out of London a couple of weeks ago,
    and this just released GOSNELL picture.

    Remember! the FINAL phase of Globalist mind control takedown
    is to create a media and culture so weaponized that even
    engaging with it is an act of DEBASEMENT.

    Also, TAKE HEED! —-you will OBSERVE, as ever,
    —NOTHING— will happen, NOTHING will be done. NOTHING.

    A little chain-pulling ‘DISS–traction’ to sap your energy.
    That’s about it.

    And,so, deep inside your unconscious, works
    the ‘compliance’ and inclusion and complicity levers,
    until, one day, you REALIZE you are not only among it,
    IN it –but you ARE of IT!

    And so —YOU ARE THERE!

    DEEP patience —OLD formulas ——-OLD ‘CRAFT’!

    AGAIN –BECK’S ‘on board’.

  • Dave Shannon

    Regardless of you beliefs, we have this medical waste to dispose of. How would you dispose of it? Any suggestions?

  • Raymond Cruz

    even lucifer dont let you talk this crap your done

  • Raymond Cruz

    War declared racist satincantic demonic priest

  • Raymond Cruz

    CRist said kill murder money changers FACT………………………………. fact FACT CRist said KILL murder money changers for they hoard money over life

  • Arby

    Look, you idiots, human tissue, ie., babies, fetuses, etc., are not flammable and therefore do not generate heat energy. And therefore cannot be used to generate heat for any use. Any heat from this whole process comes from whatever fuel is used to do this cremation.

    • ken.

      exactly, energy had to be used to incinerate, that energy was just thrown away to do the one job. now they are going dual use, using the heat to run generators and/or provide heat for buildings to replace the energy that was thrown away before.

  • http://batman-news.com Bev

    Dear Glenn,
    I don’t normally do this but I really want to ask you to support an historic crowdfunding campaign to tell the true story of the biggest serial killer in American history, Kermit Gosnell (gosnellmovie.com). I have already donated and I plan to donate again, it’s that important.
    Right now almost no one knows who Gosnell is because the media and Hollywood ignored the story.
    Gosnell is serving multiple life sentences for killing babies, 1000s of babies over 30 years.
    The Grand Jury investigating his horrific crimes said this:
    This case is about a doctor who killed babies… What we mean is that he regularly and illegally delivered live, viable babies in the third trimester of pregnancy – and then murdered these newborns by severing their spinal cords with scissors… Over the years, many people came to know that something was going on here. But no one put a stop to it.
    Here is a video clip of Ann McElhinney reading part of Grand Jury Report that shows just some of Gosnell’s victims: Grand Jury report on the crimes of Kermit Gosnell Part 3
    The Gosnell movie is currently the most successful movie ever to be on the crowdfunding website Indiegogo.
    I’m writing because the Gosnell project needs help. If they don’t reach their $2.1m target by the end of their campaign (May 12) then they receive nothing and all the money goes back to their contributors. So we need to make sure they don’t fail.
    I am asking you to give what ever you can afford, as a stand for truth, as stand against censorship and as a protest to Hollywood who made a film already about Jodi Arias and are not even contemplating one about Gosnell. Please go right now to gosnellmovie.com and donate and then send this link to all your friends who you think will care.
    Please do what you can to help the filmmakers by donating here gosnellmovie.com

  • Arby

    A bleeding heart liberal must be removing my posts. No we are no incinerating babies to generate heat to heat buildings. People who think this are just plain stupid. Human tissue is not , I say, NOT combustible. This stuff is being cremated. think of it as a co-generation plant. You get the medical waste cremated and any XS heat from the combustion of the fuel needed for the cremation is then used for external heating. Stop making it sound so God awful.

  • Arby

    A bleeding heart liberal must be removing my posts. You people are starting to piss me off. No we are not incinerating babies to generate heat to heat buildings. People who think this are not thinking clearly. Human tissue is not, I say, NOT combustible. We are 98 % water remember? This stuff is being cremated as it should be. Think of it as a co-generation plant. You get the medical waste cremated and any XS heat from the combustion of the fuel needed for the cremation is then used for external heating. Stop making it sound so God awful.

  • Arby

    A bleeding heart liberal must be removing my posts. You people are starting to piss me off. No we are not incinerating babies to generate heat to heat buildings. People who think this are not thinking clearly. Human tissue is not, I say, NOT combustible. We are 98 % water remember? This stuff is being cremated as it should be. Think of it as a co-generation plant. You get the medical waste cremated and any XS heat from the combustion of the fuel needed for the cremation is then used for external heating. Stop making it sound so God awful.

  • James Paul Albright

    Evil Communist Democrats.

  • Bob Wells

    Medical Waste, including Human tissue is typically incinerated because by the time it Leaves the Clinic or Hospital it has to be considered Contaminated (hazardous) waste. Human tissue has been burned for thousands of years, both as a means of Disposal and in Ethnic Rituals. Think Vikings, who burned their dead on land or on Ships. In 1990 there were approx 2400 Medical waste incinerators across the US now there are approx 111 still in operation.
    Burning Medical Wast is one of the Practices that resulted in control of infectious diseases and . curiously the incidence of infectious and un treatable disease has been on the rise since the early 90’s. Some obviously from misuse of Aamtibiotics, BUT……..


    “You are not only in it and among it,
    —————————————–YOU are OF IT.”

    Paying taxes? —-to fund this?

    Standing by and ‘calm-plying’ while this is going on?

    Doing this in the name of convenience?
    ——————-or to ‘serve the system’?

    Serving the rise of BABYLON?

    ——————‘MALL–LOCK’ worshipping,
    ————————USURY driven,
    —————————–burning baby BABYLON?

    COUNT the CHEM-trails and CCTVs overhead.


    “Whom GOD refuses to correct
    ———————————-he has resolved to DESTROY.”
    PURITAN sermon

    COME OUT from among them!


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  • El Capitan

    Each of us must reject the despot’s designs for desolation and tyranny: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0094KY878

  • lee metzger

    And we all thought Nazi-ism was finished and Auschwitz would never be repeated. The heart is evil, who can know it?

  • Anonymous

    Aside from the few fetuses that are given burial or cremation services, What is the problem? What is otherwise done with these fetuses? Don’t get me wrong, I am very much pro-life and sensitive to the loss of friends and loved ones, and in particular the folks who are left behind. Abortion is the destruction of an innocent and defenseless fellow Human life. That aside, again, what’s the problem? What should otherwise be done with the fetuses.

    Frankly, even burial and cremation is nothing more than a waste of money and other resources, and serves no purpose other than provide a “sense of closure” for family, friends and loved ones left behind. And there’s really no such thing as “closure.” Like every other unpleasant thing in life that we cannot change, we just learn to deal with it.

  • Enid Shields

    I overheard what I thought was a rumor in casual conversation about green energy at a recent community organizing conference in Eugene OR, one woman telling another that Oregon runs on burning babies. “Reduce, reuse, recycle!” she emphasized in a mocking tone.

  • http://xzealgs.com/ Shobha Kothapalli

    Shocked to read it. Horrifying to say the least.

    Xzeal Global Solutions.

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