In the Market for Baby Body Parts? Here’s How Much They Cost.
Following the recent Congressional Hearing on the illegal sale of baby body parts, what the media refuses to report, is that based on orders, receipts, and bills, certain body parts are worth more than others. More than choice cuts of beef, lamb, and some pork.
And, the companies, not the mother or father, are profiting from the sale of their dead baby’s body parts, tissue, and cells.
Here is how much parents could earn if they sold their baby’s body parts themselves:
- Fetal brain: $3,340,
- Baby skull matched to upper and lower limbs: $595,
- Upper and lower limbs with hands and feet: $890.
Why not cut out the middle man (Planned Parenthood and Stem Express) and just kill your own children and harvest their organs and cells for profit?
Thanks to the Daily Signal, the diagram below visualizes how much each area of a baby’s body is worth:
It’s not that different from this diagram:
Except, beef costs less. The most expensive cuts of beef are taken from the most tender parts, and least overworked areas, of the cow. (Tenderloin, filet mignon, Strip steaks, short loin, etc.) The world’s most expensive steak is the 2000 vintage cote de boeuf (rib steak), which sells for over $3,ooo. The most expensive cow in the world, is Missy, a black and white Holstein, who in 2009 sold for $1.2 million (£740,000) in Ontario, Canada.
Baby body parts are more expensive than lamb cuts.
A lamb’s loin is the most tender and most expensive cut, leaner than the rack (ribs), although seven or eight ribs can be more expensive. Leg of Lamb is also a prized cut. Prices vary depending on several factors, but one Chinese breeder claims he turned down an offer of roughly 12-14 million Yuan (£1.1m+), or over $2 million, making the ram the most expensive in the world. The second most expensive, is a Scottish ram that sold for double the cost of a Porsche.
Baby body parts rival choice pork cuts, although some pigs are more expensive than babies, cows, and sheep combined.
Depending on the breed and cut, Spanish ham is the most expensive, selling for over $200/lb. In 2010, a 15-pound leg joint of Iberico ham first sold for £1,800; today that joint exceeds $3,000. And, the most expensive cheese in the world comes from pig’s milk. Piggy Palace sells its gourmet free-range pig’s milk cheese for over $1,600/lb.
Still, baby body parts give livestock a run for their meat and milk: Fetal liver cells prices alone range from $488 to $24,250.
The difference between purchasing livestock and babies is that the federal government regulates the sale of livestock, and funds the processing and purchasing of baby bodies, tissue, and organs.
Anyone can buy cows, lambs, or pigs at livestock auctions or from individual breeders and/or producers, and have a local butcher kill and cut up the animal.
Not everyone can buy baby body parts, fetal tissue and cells– and get paid by the government for buying them– and avoid going to prison.
Federal and state laws outlaw direct sales of body parts for profit. However, companies like Stem Express circumvent the law by donating to Planned Parenthood and only charging customers interested in purchasing specific fetal tissue and body parts for “processing and shipping fees.”
Stem Express, “a multi-million dollar company that supplies human blood, tissue products, primary cells and other clinical specimens to biomedical researchers,” has bought intact, whole, dead babies, partial baby body parts and cells, from aborted babies, including those from partial birth abortions.
Fetal tissue provides “a uniquely rich source of stem cells” that university laboratories and medical research facilities buy for a variety of purposes.”
In 2014, the National Institutes of Health spent $76 million on research using fetal tissue—through grants it gave to more than 50 universities. Grant recipients included Columbia, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Yale and several branches of the University of California (Berkeley, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco).
Fetal tissue comes primarily from the largest abortion provider in America: Planned Parenthood.
Life News cites Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data revealing that Planned Parenthood clinics perform 40 percent of all abortions in America. The Guttmacher Institute estimates, a lower percentage, roughly around 27.5 percent, citing different national data from the same year.
Planned Parenthood has been funded by Congress under both Republican and Democratic leadership for decades. In fact, Republican president Richard Nixon first authorized federal funding of Planned Parenthood in 1970.
To date, the federal government funds roughly half of Planned Parenthood’s $1.1 billion budget.
Despite the federal government’s enormous financial support and involvement in the trade of fetal research and abortion, buying and selling human organs is still a felony.
The National Organ Transplant Act of 1984 is still law. It made illegal the selling and buying of human organs. Any individual convicted of buying and/or selling human organs can be sentenced to five years in prison and also pay a significantly large financial penalty. The law explicitly states that the crime involves an individual who “knowingly acquires, receives, or otherwise transfers” a human organ. (It also provides a loophole for those who might unknowingly receive an illegally procured organ.)
Republicans and Democrats who fund Planned Parenthood and NIH fetal study grants and Justice Department officials who don’t prosecute Planned Parenthood or Stem Express officials are breaking federal law and are aiding and abetting, even accessories to the felony of illegally selling and buying human organs.
Not to mention funding the murder of roughly 60 million children.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com