As I begin this article it is looking likely that we will be unable to attend the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for Easter. We are once again witnessing the suppression of the practice of the Catholic Faith in Ireland and this time, it is more diabolical in that it is more deceptive as it is being done under the guise of protecting us from a disease. Many sincere Catholics I have spoken to tell me of their feelings that they are being betrayed by their bishops and so, let us pray for our bishops.
Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.
There are several themes I would like to address with our readers and I must give a parental warning that the testimony of Dr Stanley Plotkin which follows, may not be suitable reading for young children given the macabre nature of the topic and its connection with vaccine development.
Dr Stanley Plotkin M.D., is the man who is credited with developing the Rubella vaccine in America which is used worldwide. He gave a legal deposition in January 2018, which consists of a nine-hour video recording of his testimony under oath for the trial between Lori Matheson, (formerly known as Lori Ann Schmitt), and her husband Michael Schmitt. The case was between a couple who were separated and divorced. The mother, Lori, did not want her two-year-old daughter vaccinated and her husband Michael did.
The case came to trial because the parents could not agree. One of the mother’s objections was on account of the use of foetal material in the vaccines. Mr Siri, the attorney for Lori Matheson, questioned Dr Stanley Plotkin as an expert witness.
The following extracts from Dr Plotkin’s testimony reveals that they used seventy-six aborted babies, all of whom were at least three months old, in just one particular series of experiments connected to his vaccine research. They sought to identify which cells from aborted babies would have the best potential for use in vaccine development.