WT BLOOD GUILT EXPOSED TO THE WORLD

by DannyHaszard 185 Replies latest watchtower medical

  • hawkaw
    hawkaw

    Danny:

    Here is some literature in the 2006 Journal of the American Society of Extra-Corporreal Technology

    http://www.mybloodfirst.com/downloads/Moskowitz-JECT-06.pdf

    Title: Use of the Hemobag for Modified Ultrafiltration in a Jehovah's Witness Patient Undergoing Cardiac Surgery.

    The article describes the hook up to a 67 year old JW patient. The article describes how a tube and pressure are used to keep the bag connected to the patient.

    This process was banned by the JW leadership up until the late 1980s. Now it is promoted by the JW leadership. Of course they try and tell us this is a no blood technique when in fact if one looks close enough it is a transfusion of one's one blood.

    Does anyone want to ask just how many people had to die before the 1980s until some guy decided to change his mind?

    If this truly is a bible based doctrine, where in the Bible does it say it is okay to have blood out of your body and then re-transfused back into the body as long as a plastic tube medium is used and connected between the human and the machine but if there is no tube attachment and your own blood is stored before the procedure it is banned?

    If this truly is a bible based doctrine where in the Bible does it say you are allowed to break the tube connection for blood testing and then retransfuse the blood back into the body but you are not allowed to have your own blood stored before an operation?

    hawk

  • hawkaw
    hawkaw

    I am less than impressed over the story. I will see what I can write and send Editorial Executive Editor: David Elkins Editor: Gillian Woodford: (514) 397-8833 ext. 120. Managing Editor: Jennifer Laliberté: (514) 397-8833 ext. 214. Staff Writer: Sam Solomon: (514) 397-8833 ext. 223. Health Policy Editor: Susan Usher editors@nationalreviewofmedicine.com Montreal Office 400 McGill St 3rd floor Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2G1 Tel: (514) 397-8833 Fax: (514) 397-0228

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Does anyone want to ask just how many people had to die before the 1980s until some guy decided to change his mind?

    If this truly is a bible based doctrine, where in the Bible does it say it is okay to have blood out of your body and then re-transfused back into the body as long as a plastic tube medium is used and connected between the human and the machine but if there is no tube attachment and your own blood is stored before the procedure it is banned?

    If this truly is a bible based doctrine where in the Bible does it say you are allowed to break the tube connection for blood testing and then retransfuse the blood back into the body but you are not allowed to have your own blood stored before an operation?

    hawk

    Thanks for your high value contribution

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Canada news wire "Holy texts guide policies on blood " Holy texts guide policies on blood
    Waterloo Record, Canada - 1 hour ago
    When it does, Jehovah's Witnesses are usually central figures in headline news about battles pitting religious freedom against the power of the state. ... mpetricevic@therecord.com respond to reporter

  • badboy
    badboy

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  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard
    It is not forbidden by their faith but is a matter of choice for the individual, he said

    Jehovah's Witnesses deserve choice add your comment
    U.TV, UK - 17 minutes ago
    ... that while it is a controversial issue, the refusal of transfusions is a matter of faith for Witnesses, and deserves to be respected as their choice. ...

    THURSDAY 15/03/2007 11:57:32
    Jehovah's Witnesses deserve choice as a legal right says lawyerA leading medical lawyer based at University College Cork says members of the Jehovah's Witness faith should have the legal right to refuse blood transfusions if they so desire.

    Dr Deirdre Madden told a meeting of the UCC Medical Society that while it is a controversial issue, the refusal of transfusions is a matter of faith for Witnesses, and deserves to be respected as their choice.

    There have been a number of cases where court orders were sought to force seriously ill patients to accept a transfusion, and where a parents wishes were overruled, in the case of a child.

    Deirdre Madden says if a patient has made it clear to doctors that they are not to be given certain treatment, then their wishes should be honoured no matter how sick or incapacitated they become.

    Richard Parker, a member of the Jehovah`s Witnesses, says that the refusal of transfusions is one of their fundamental beliefs
    based on what is written in the Bible.

    It is not forbidden by their faith but is a matter of choice for the individual, he said

    He told last night`s meeting that neither the medical profession nor the courts should be entitled to force him or any member of his family to accept a form of treatment which goes against that individual choice.
  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard
    It is not forbidden by their faith but is amatter of choice for the individual, he said

    Jehovah's Witnesses deserve choice add your comment
    U.TV, UK - 17 minutes ago
    ... that while it is a controversial issue, the refusal of transfusions is a matter of faith for Witnesses , and deserves to be respected as their choice. ...

  • JH
    JH

    It is not forbidden

    How stupid of them to say such lies.

    If they lie on things like this, they lie about everything.

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    http://www.jehovahs-witness.com/11/130922/1.ashx WHOPPING WATCHTOWER LIES TO THE MEDIA

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    TOP ranked artice on the google news wire Keeping the faith
    Guardian Unlimited, UK - 2 5 minutes ago
    The parents, who are both Jehovah's Witnesses, refused to allow blood transfusions, in accordance with their faith, and three of the babies were taken into CONTACTS editor@mediaguardian.co.uk stephen.bates@guardian.co.uk reporter who broke story the UN story

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