The family of Daniel Bassillo have recently shared their pride that their family member was vivisected for his organs, which are reputed to be helping other people. Their tragedy is now being used to further the cause of medical murder. Organ donation is firstly not a donation (because informed consent was not obtained), and secondly requires the victim to be alive when their organs are harvested – hence why it is medical murder.
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“We didn’t even hesitate when they asked us if we wanted to donate. I don’t even think we really had to talk about it,” Alexa told Bored Panda. “I pray that you don’t lose the most important person in your life but if you can at the very least take that and turn it into something good.. why wouldn’t you want to do that?” she added.
Why? Because if your brother had usable organs, he was still alive. Alive! He wasn’t dead when his organs were removed, and he may not even have been given an anaesthetic before he was cut open. Just horrifying!
The family showed online the letter they received, telling them how many people the doctors were able to help after they murdered her brother:
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One cannot determine with certainty what organ donors feel, if anything, while being harvested. The logic of brain death goes like this: If the brain stem is dead, then the higher centers of the brain are also probably dead, and if the whole brain is dead, then everything beneath the brain stem is no longer relevant. Since in practice only the brain stem is routinely tested, the vast majority of the body, everything above the brain stem and everything below, no longer counts as human.
The reason for denying beating-heart cadavers anesthetic during the removal of their organs is hard to pin down. (Some experts say it is because anesthetic will harm the organs.) Nevertheless, administering anesthetics to BHCs during organ harvests is becoming more common in Europe, according to Robert Truog, professor of medical ethics, anesthesia, and pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Despite their strong opposition to brain death, Truog and Shewmon both refuse to acknowledge the possibility that some donors may be in severe pain during organ harvests, even though they acknowledge that some donors did exhibit reactions similar to inadequately anesthetized surgical patients who afterward reported pain and consciousness. Shewmon said the donor reactions were simply “bodily reactions to noxious stimuli.” I asked if an experiment could be designed to answer the question of pain in donors. He said no.
Truog did not even want to discuss the possibility of pain in the organ donor. But when I suggested experiments along the lines suggested by other anesthesiologists—when BHCs show pain reactions during a harvest, administer anesthetic to see if the reactions subside—he surprised me by saying he had already done this. He has used two different kinds of anesthetics that do not harm organs to quell symptoms such as high blood pressure or heart rate. “Just because the symptoms come down, though,” he added, “does not mean the patient is in pain. Pain is a subjective thing.” As with Shewmon, I asked Truog if an experiment wasn’t called for. He said there was no experiment that could answer the question of pain in the donor.
Would Daniel have lived if he’d been kept on life support? Would he have recovered? We’ll never know. But we do know that this poor man was killed for his organs – that his heart was beating independently when he was being harvested. We know that this barbaric practice is shrowded in secrecy and that most people are ignorant of the truth of what organ “donation” entails.
Always say no to organ donation – do not “donate” or accept organs from murdered people for yourself or a family member. This secretive practice in which linguistic confabulation and misdirection is used to obtain “consent” for the abhorrent human sacrifice of one living person for other living people can only be stopped if we share that knowledge far and wide.
Your organs will not be taken AFTER your death, and Daniel Basillo’s organs were not, either.
I pray that he felt no pain.
May the fear of God bring you into all wisdom.