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Didier Simon


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PostPosted: Mon 20 Dec - 21:19 (2010)    Post subject: Dépopulation sur Haïti ? Reply with quote


Wednesday, January 20, 2010
'Israelis stealing organs in Haiti'

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 12:18AM Gilad Atzmon

Does the IDF steal organs in Haiti? Probably not, However one thing is clear. The Israelis have bought themselves some reputation...…
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Dec - 21:24 (2010)    Post subject: Dépopulation sur Haïti ? Reply with quote

Kugel: “Organs were sold to anyone”

In fact, according to Kugel, “Organs were sold to anyone; anyone that wanted organs just had to pay for them.” While skin, heart valves, bones, and corneas were removed and used for transplants, solid organs – hearts, brains, livers – “were sold for research, for presentations, for drills for medical students and surgeons.”

There was a price for these organs, low – $ 300 for a femur, for example – and should a client want all the organs from a body, that could be arranged, not the body itself, but all the organs removed and sold, Kugel said, for about $2,500.

Amid the uproar prompted by the whistle-blowers, Hiss waged his own media campaign and tried to convince the public that everything that was done was to serve a noble end, to help the war-wounded victims of terrorist attacks, and the sick. He presented his conduct, in Dr. Kugel’s descripton, “as something sublime or even heroic, as a modern-day Robin Hood. Taking from the dead and giving to the innocent victims.”

So, whom were the organs taken from? Kugel asked rhetorically. The answer was they were taken from everyone, from Jews and Muslims, from soldiers and from stone throwers, from terrorists and from the victims of terrorist suicide bombers, from tourists and from immigrants. There were only two considerations – the physical condition of the body and its organs, and the ability to conceal what they were doing.

Most of the victims of illegal organ harvesting, according to Kugel, were not even subject to autopsy, they were simply harvested. They hid the damage by putting pipes and glass eyes, and broom sticks, and toilet paper and plastic skull caps to cover the place where the brain was removed, and so on. The Institute, Kugel said, was counting on one thing: that most Israelis do not view the body after death except once, to verify that the body is the right one.

The body is wrapped in a winding sheet, or might be wrapped in plastic sheets for the burial company to come for it. In that case, the staff would warn the burial employees, who were not well educated, not to open the sheet because the body was contaminated with an infectious disease. It was more difficult to take organs from soldiers because their bodies were supervised by the military, which was more difficult to fool. “But organs were taken from soldiers,” Kugel said. It was easier to take tissues and organs from the new immigrants, and, needless to say, easiest of all to take from the Palestinians. They would be going back across the border, and, “if there were any complaints coming from their families, they were the enemy and so, of course, they were lying and no one would believe them”.

What Kugel found most amazing was the uproar around the Boström article, when there was abundant detail in the Israeli press about the Institute whose affairs were discussed heatedly by commissions, finding blatant evidence of illegalities despite the attempts to destroy all the evidence.

After these things were exposed, it took two years for the judge, or the head of the special inquest, to decide whether or not Hiss should be sued. Then, it took the police two years to begin a serious investigation. The end result was that Hiss was removed as director of the Institute but, as previously noted, retained as senior pathologist and given a salary increase. Kugel was dismissed from his post because, during the investigation, he spoke with one of the witnesses who had buried evidence – human body parts – and thus was seen as interfering with the trial. He was censored and blacklisted from teaching at all but one of Israel’s universities. To Dr. Kugel the prime issue had nothing at all to do with science: it was about disrespect, about hoarding body specimens, about turning the Institute into a factory of bodies. The Institute’s conduct was motivated by money, by power, and by authoritarian paternalism of the sort that says, “We know what’s good for you, we’ll decide what happens to you, the person who doesn’t know anything. We’ll decide.” And that’s the reason why that happened, and Dr. Kugel asserts it is happening to this day. Harvesting
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PostPosted: Tue 21 Dec - 18:34 (2010)    Post subject: Dépopulation sur Haïti ? Reply with quote

J'ai passé la journée à chercher ce qui se trouve sur Haiti et je crois avoir trouvé quelque chose. Je met tout en vrac.

In Roman mythology, the entrance to the Underworld located at Avernus, a crater near Cumae, was the route Aeneas used to descend to the realm of the dead.
A Word From The Dean
by The Very Rev. Paul F.M. Zahl
Roughly 40 years before the birth of Christ, the Latin poet Virgil composed ten books of pastoral verse known as the Eclogues. In the fourth book Virgil predicted the starred birth of a baby boy whose coming would usher in a new age of millennial well-being and peace.

Early Christian interpreters understood this fourth Eclogue to be a prophecy of Christ. In the poet's mind it was probably the celebration of Mark Antony's marriage to Caesar Augustus' sister Octavian (before he fell for Cleopatra!). Virgil expressed his contemporaries' hope for a son to continue the dynasty. But the Christian Church, right through the Middle Ages and beyond, venerated Virgil because he had spoken of an earth-altering birth.

Here are some of the celebrated verses:

Now the last age of Cumae's prophecy has come;
The great succession of centuries is born afresh
Now too returns the virgin; . . .
A new begetting now descends from heaven's height.
O chaste Lucina, look with blessing on the boy
Whose birth will end the iron race at last and raise
A golden through the world . . .
He will receive the life divine, and see the gods
Mingling with heroes, and himself be seen of them,
And rule a world made peaceful by his father's virtue. (lines 4-17)

O.K., already, we Christians leapt to make the positive ID! And the real Virgil knew nothing of the OT and its messianic hopes. But the Christians had the right idea. They linked hearts with all who long. They heard the universal cry for help, for world-wide renovation, in the Latin poet's voice. They longed for promise. (They saw it, also, by the way, in the sixth book of the Aeneid.)

The fourth Eclogue's Advent feel is one of intensest expectation. Who is not looking for a savior? Who is not finally disillusioned in the quest for the (silent) god within? Virgil, Isaiah, Micah: we are taught for always by your dissatisfaction.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a translation of Text C113B, found on the site of ancient Chalkis, Euboia, by researchers from the American School, Athens. Inscribed on stone, it purports to be an account of the founding of Cumae Italy, in 752 BC.
Unearthed in 1987 but only recently transcribed and translated, it is regarded as most improbable that it could be a modern forgery. The possibility of an ancient forgery, at some date much later than the founding of Cumae, cannot be dismissed; however, it should be noted that both the dialect and the characters are archaic, and the latter are suggestively similar to Roman (Etruscan) letters, which is consistant with current views of the origins of the Roman alphabet (Hopper, 1976: 105). If genuine, it is our earliest surviving Greek document of a historical nature. The site and excavation are described in Proceedings of the Hellenic Institute ...
This is the true account which I promised to you of the foundation of the new apoikia ["colony," see Finley, 1981: 91],by the Chalcidians and Eretrians, which took place last year, being the first year of the Sixth Olympiad. We have established our colony at Cumae on the mainland of the great Western peninsula [editor's note ?? Italy], directly across from the colony and trading post of Pithekoussai [now Ischia; Hopper, 1976: 89], which was settled several
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