Key Ingredient of Some Potential COVID-19 Vaccines - Dead Human Baby Cells
Western Journal -- It’s no wonder unborn baby parts are big business among the crowd with questionable ethics — they’re useful for so many things, including creating vaccines for diseases like the novel coronavirus.
hen Planned Parenthood was exposed for selling dead baby body parts in 2015, it seemed like a macabre, hyperbolic parody of the abortion giant, but the fact is that cells from aborted babies have been harvested and used for decades.
According to the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University, existing vaccines for hepatitis A, chickenpox, smallpox, measles, rubella, rabies, poliomyelitis are all made using a cell line from fetuses aborted long ago. The practice has been in place for more than half a century and utilizes several cell lines derived from babies aborted in the 1960s.
The two most commonly used originated from the lung of an unborn girl aborted in 1962 at three months gestation and from the lungs of an unborn boy aborted in 1966 at 14 weeks gestation [MRC-5 on packaging], according to the Kennedy Institute. In both cases, the abortions were elective, according to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Researchers favor young human baby fetal cells because they have not divided as often (meaning the lines they find useful don’t die out as quickly) =>
<= and are still in use due to being successfully preserved in liquid nitrogen for decades, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia stated.
The vaccines themselves don’t contain any fetal tissue and no new abortions are performed for the purpose, but cells that are derived, ultimately, from abortions are still a key ingredient. According to Science magazine, the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at least five of the potential COVID-19 vaccines being developed use cell lines from one of two aborted babies. One of the abortions was in the early 1970s, the other was in 1985, Science reported in June.
The outspoken Bishop Joseph Strickland of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler, Texas, did not mince words in his public objection.
“So sad…even with Covid-19 we are still debating the use of aborted fetal tissue for medical research…let me go on record…if a vaccine for this virus is only attainable if we use body parts of aborted children then I will refuse the vaccine…I will not kill children to live,” Strickland tweeted in early April.
— Bishop J. Strickland (@Bishopoftyler) April 8, 2020
All vaccines have dead Human Baby tissue see packages:
Vaccines have been and are developed in part using fetal tissue derived from aborted babies who died decades ago, and whose tissue is regenerated in laboratories under the names MRC-5 and WI-38. These include Varivax for chicken‑pox, Meruvax II for rubella (German measles), and Havrix and Vaqta for Hepatitis A. The cells were regenerated by Merck and other corporations. These cell lines are technically “immortal,” because technicians can sustain them in a laboratory indefinitely. This means that the researchers who developed these relatively new vaccines claim they bear no responsibility whatsoever for the original abortions carried out half a world away and half a century ago. This is in contrast to some current‑day researchers who experiment on the remains of murdered human babies in abortion. They cooperate so closely with abortion mills in order to receive the tissue they need that they are frequently in the "abortuary" [abortion mills] at the time the killings so they can package and preserve the organs immediately themselves. ... full report here: www.hli.org/resources/aborted-fetal-tissue-in-vaccines/
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