"Another thing very injurious to the child, is the tying and cutting of the navel string too soon; which should always be left till the child has not only repeatedly breathed but till all pulsation in the cord ceases. As otherwise the child is much weaker than it ought to be, a portion of the blood being left in the placenta, which ought to have been in the child."

-- Erasmus Darwin, Zoonomia, 1801

golfing doctorThe modern hospitalized birthing process usually goes something like this in the U.S..  The mother gives birth to a child, while being thoroughly drugged, and the child's umbilical cord is immediately clamped.  Soon after; male children are circumcised (usually without any painkillers) and then given a round of vaccines on his first day of birth.  This is the modern version of birthing.

There was a time when the umbilical cord was not cut until the cord stopped pulsating.  This would take somewhere between 2 and 20 minutes.  Nowadays, that practice has been abandoned, but it is not due to health considerations.  Early cord clamping provides no known medical benefits to either the child or the mother.  With most deliveries, the cord blood is taken to be sold, because it contains valuable stem cells, including hematopoietic cells.  These are sold for scientific research.  Before this highly lucrative market developed, the blood was allowed to travel to the infant to help him become stronger.  Instead, it is now stolen from him by the hospital staff.  This practice has become such a standard procedure that whenever the blood is not to be saved, it is just thrown away.

Early cord clamping restricts blood that was intended for the infant.  There is usually about a cup of blood transferred through the umbilical cord to the infant at birth.  A huge number of studies show that early cord clamping is a dangerous procedure, which weakens a newborn, and can eventually lead to brain and lung problems (if not immediately).  If the umbilical cord is attached, and the infant is receiving the highly-oxygenated blood, then there is not an urgency to immediately get the infant breathing.  The oxygen from the blood will ensure the survival of the infant.

Waiting for the cord to stop pulsating has become unusual in American hospitals.  Although, there was a time when an infant would have breathed well, and his skin color would have become normal before his cord was clamped.  An infant will naturally begin breathing without any assistance or encouragement if the cord is not immediately clamped.  However, the cord is now clamped long before the infant takes his first breath; producing obvious problems that stem from cutting off his oxygen supply.

Just Sign This Form

Parents usually have no clue that the blood of their child is being taken for research, and this is not accidental.  Parents usually sign the fine print allowing their hospital to "dispose" of the cord blood and placenta, which is actually saved, and then sold to the highest bidder.  Late cord clamping does not go well with the profit agenda.  Ironically, the aim of the research is often to find cures for disorders which are caused by this early cord clamping.  In other words, should we hurt John to help Luke?  We can be sure that early cord clamping is, in some cases, creating future life-long 'customers' of the medical establishment, but this seems to be the normal pattern with allopathic medicine.  Since the cord blood can contain one-quarter of the total blood volume of an infant, the loss is a huge blow to his immune system.

Known problems with early cord clamping

  • Anemia
  • Brain lesions
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (S.I.D.S)
  • Respiratory Distress Syndrome (R.D.S)
  • Autism
  • Cancer

Premature Deliveries: Here's Where It Really Gets Evil

The cord blood of pre-term infants contains more stem cells than normal infants, and interestingly; early cord clamping is particularly promoted for these infants by the medical establishment, due to its higher market value.  The welfare of the child is not even considered.  For the hospital, this blood is a premium sales item because it contains more nutrients and stem cells than are normal.  These are desperately needed by the weaker infants.  This need is ignored, and the cord blood is literally stolen from the sickly child (by his own doctors -- no less), and then sold for maximum profit.  There is no doubt that this cord blood would result in much healthier premature newborns.

The great majority of people believe that there is no harm in delayed cord clamping, so would it not be wise to leave it attached until it stops pulsating?  Sometimes, the cord is clamped immediately for the convenience of the doctor, who desires to get in and out of the delivery room as quickly as possible, and back into his golf game.  Doctors do have priorities, after all.  Spending an extra 20 minutes in the delivery room would likewise make the customers less profitable for the hospital.

U.S.A.!  We're number 1 number 33!

When we combine this sort of "health care" with the onslaught to the immune system by dozens of completely unnecessary and unsafe vaccinations, then it is a wonder that most American babies survive.  In fact, the U.S. is ranked 33rd in infant survival, according to the United Nations; meaning that there are 33 countries with fewer infant fatalities by percentage of births.  America with its supposed "best in the world medicine", is in actuality, outdone by such nations as New Caledonia and Brunei.  It's beyond sad.  The delusional mythology behind it all is almost as pitiful. The topic of vaccinations has been covered throughout this website, and there is no need for more elaboration.

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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2010-06-07 02:10
No, actually we just make everything up as we go, like a creative writing assignment for junior high school. We sit about just thinking up incredible "claims" to make like some sick April fool's joke. That's what we call journalism. Wait a minute... I was confusing us with Fox News, sorry.

We usually do a better job of citing sources, but the links included in this article are more than adequate for this story. Granted, one of those links has already "-)isappeared", which is a pattern for lots of our sources after one of our articles exposes something. For that reason, we archive many of our sources for what we consider the "big" stories.

Meanwhile, there's this thing called Google that's just spiffy for verifying what we write. Let me explain.
1. Type "google.com" in your browser address bar (look up).
2. Type "selling umbilical cord blood" in the little google text entry area (without the quotes).
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4. Read all that neat text that appears.
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2010-06-07 10:19
Michelle, if you are going to present yourself as a medical insider and expert in these matters, then you really ought to list your full name and which hospital you work for. If you demand credibility and accountability from us, then you should provide the same. If you mean what you say, and say what you mean, then you should have no fear of standing out and identifying yourself. Otherwise, a large portion of our readers will assume that you are just another industry shill, and such suspicions have been well earned by people in your industry.

For what it is worth, I personally believe you, and I believe that you are telling the truth as best you know it, and see it. I respect that. That doesn't necessarily mean that (in the general terms in which this article was written) that your statements are actually representative of the truth overall. Your statements do, however, likely represent what you, as an individual, have personally perceived in your experiences.

Just because you have not seen it doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. It does happen, Michelle, and everyone should know about it. It is why we ran with this story.

You may want to know that while we frequently attack "the establishment" for both its (sometimes intentional) blindness, and its gross corruption; we nevertheless know that the people manning the front-line trenches (like yourself) are often good-intentioned. A high percentage of nurses, in particular, are really noble people. Doctors, on the other hand, tend to be a different breed. There are some goods ones, but not many.

About those "doctors cackling in corners". It usually doesn't happen that way; I agree. The cackling happens on the way to the bank.

You were dead-wrong about one thing: there is nothing traditional about modern hospital child birthing. All of it is new, and part of experimental (not traditional) medicine; and the results are disastrous. What we write about is traditional medicine, and as a practicing nurse, you probably know absolutely nothing about it. In fact, you probably actually know less than nothing, because you spent years getting brainwashed to automatically discount everything "alternative", regardless of any scientifically observable cause and effect relationships to the contrary. You're in the Matrix, in other words, and there's a bigger and brighter world out there if you can ever unplug yourself.

For more information about traditional birthing, see the following article.

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Karen Somers
# "Business" is Not GraphicKaren Somers 2010-11-08 13:11
There is nothing graphic in the excellent documentary called The Business of Being Born. There is a quick side shot of a C-Section, but otherwise only normal birthing scenes, of which the American public (including youngsters) are not exposed to enough.

Good article. Thanks.
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2010-11-10 16:36
It might not seem graphic to anyone who has lived his life in a nudist colony, but that movie is 'graphic' for the rest of us. Ricky Lake did everything but pole dance in the video. At several points, I wondered if they were going to show couples making the babies, and it would not have taken things much further.

It would be truly irresponsible and immoral to show this film to kids. If you believe that your children need to carefully study vaginas, then you are a sick feminist indicator of the twisted times that we live in.

Please just go away, Karen. We cater to a higher class of people here. I recommend Natural News for you.
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Guggie Daly
# Guggie Daly 2011-04-26 03:19
It's well written, but if you could include a few "additional resources" links, it would really give parents the confidence to stay open minded and research this more deeply.

Most people already have a hard enough time sharing information like this. Without additional links, few people will share it as they will just be trolled and dismissed.
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Jeanice Barcelo
# The Real AgendaJeanice Barcelo 2013-01-12 00:29
Frankly - there is a deep, deep rabbit hole here, and the deeper you go, the more evil you find. We are living in the darkest of times -- where people in positions of power are engaged in satanic rituals that involve siphoning the life force of innocent children in order to bolster their own. This life force comes through the blood and body parts of pre pubescent children and hospitals are a major supplier of blood and organs for these very sick rituals.

When you find infant foreskins and infant placentas lined up by the dozens in hospital refrigerators, you know you are living in a surreal technological nightmare where human body parts and human blood are being used for evil! This is not just about cosmetics. It is much, much darker than that.

There are very sick individuals who are responsible for creating the violent and abusive protocols of hospital birth. They know exactly what they are doing and the harm that it will cause. Hospital birth protocols mirror the techniques of trauma-based mind-control and each and every intervention is deliberately and methodically created to do the most harm to the child and to the bond between mother and child.

This is The Truth. And for those who would like to learn more, please visit my website here: http://ecstaticbirth.wordpress.com/birth-trauma-mind-control-and-the-real-agenda-behind-the-violence-of-hospital-birth/
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Richard Verdad
# RE: The Real AgendaRichard Verdad 2018-05-21 18:45
Jeanice, indeed, only a few know of the darker agenda of hospitals, the workers do just that, work for their superiors, follow orders but the techniques for many health issues is an indirect attack on life and the older I get the more I learn, at the end of the day its a spiritual war for your soul
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