The Nation News Picks Up On Barbados Free Press Story
As we reported in our story yesterday BREAKING – BBC Has Video: Healthy Ukrainian Newborns Murdered For Body Parts – Destination Barbados Clinic, the Government of Barbados has some serious explaining to do about how it climbed into bed with an organization that is now accused of murdering newborn infants for their body organs.
Now the Barbados Nation Newspaper has picked up on our story (yes… we saw you visit our website and read our story, guys!) – and we hope they continue to hammer away to discover how it is that the reputation of Barbados has been thrown into such a worldwide mess.
But will The Nation News follow up on our next story in this series? … Fetal Parts Industry In Barbados: What happens to aborted Bajan babies.
We will see!
Will The Owen Arthur Government Survive This Scandal?
As we asked in our original story…
Mr. Prime Minister… What have you done with our country, in the pursuit of filthy money?
From The Nation News Article “Common Sense & Evidence” …
“The news media in Barbados have alerted us to an extraordinary, horrific BBC documentary aired on Tuesday last week (December 12) on BBC 4 and again on BBC World on December 13, on the operation called “Vita Nova”, the Institute of Regenerative Medicine (IRM), at our fabulous tropical paradise, Villa Nova in St John. This “rejuvenating clinic” provides, at great cost, intravenous injections of stem cells, which are claimed to help people with “arthritis, blood disorders, cancer, chronic pain, diabetes, digestive diseases, etc, etc, etc”.”
… Professor Henry Fraser is Dean of the School of Clinical Medicine and Research.
Which Barbados Media Outlet Broke This Story?
Gosh… I wonder what “news media” alerted The Nation News to this story – because to our knowledge, the Barbados Free Press broke this story a full day ahead of any other Barbados media.
Are we wrong, folks? Let us know, please.
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