|Dr. Josef Mengele (L) claimed alleged medical abuse of|
children at the Auschwitz detention center was propaganda.
Dr Ranj Singh said the deaths of those such as Alfie Evans
should be understood as "redirected care"
and "making them more comfortable.
DAILYKENN.com -- Who killed Alfie Evans? Adolf Hitler? Or Theresa May?
Dr. Josef Mengele kept copious research notes during his tenure at the infamous Auschwitz detention center. Nothing he wrote suggests he broke the Hippocratic oath when caring for children. Even Mengele's most severe critics confess he committed none of the atrocities attributed to him, but conclude the abuses were committed by others. Those abuses are documented by hearsay, eyewitness testimonies, and inconclusive black-and-white photographs. When confronted by his adult son regarding his alleged crimes, Mengele attributed the accounts of abusing children to propaganda; fake news and now fake history.
Today's culture of systemic child abuse by medical professionals readily admits its actions; ameliorating those admissions in palatable terms.
Alfie Evans, for example, was taken off life support by Britain's idyllic NHS healthcare system. While Nigel Farage characterized the death as state-sponsored euthanasia, Dr. Ranj Singh said the 23-month-old wasn't killed. Rather, such procedures are a matter of "redirecting care to make them more comfortable."
Alfie Evans died hours after the following was published.
From express.co.uk ▼
ALFIE EVANS is still fighting for his life in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and now This Morning aired the side of the doctors after the NHS medical centre found itself suffering a barrage of protests from angry supporters of the child’s case.
Over the past week, tensions have been incredibly high at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital following the removal of Alfie’s life support machine.
The 23-month-old baby has been surviving by himself for the last four days as his dad, Tom Evans, has demanded the hospital allow him to take his boy elsewhere.
However, several court appeals have been rejected - the most recent one stopping Alfie from travelling to Italy.
Yesterday, Mr Evans thanked 'Alfie's Army' for their support but urged them to "return to their lives" after tensions reached a critical level outside Alder Hey.
He said: "We are very grateful and we appreciate all the support we have received from around the world, including from our Italian and Polish supporters, who have dedicated their time and support to our incredible fight.
"We would now ask you to return back to your everyday lives and allow myself, Kate and Alder Hey to form a relationship, build a bridge and walk across it."
And on This Morning today, two doctors told Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that while there have been some supporters who have rallied around the Alfie Evans' family and offered support, some of the protests are having a major impact on the staff at Alder Hey.
Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden told them: “I am heartbroken for the parents - but what I found difficult is hearing the reports coming about the staff [at Alder Hey Hospital].
“These are specialists because they love children and they really care and to see them vilified in the press is terrible.”
Dr Ranj Singh - a This Morning regular - was more insisted in his argument, and explained how more people should know the facts first.
He said: “This is a terribly sad case and it’s amazing Alfie has this huge number of people around him who are so vocal and passionate.
“There’s a small proportion who have - I will say it - behaved disgustingly.
“We have seen abuse directed at people online and in person - they’re making the position more difficult for the parents and more importantly for the staff.”
He continued: “Those people are having an effect on people who could be in the same position as Alfie.
“A lot of the time - I will make this really clearly - go to the court documents and read the facts.
“A lot of people are making a judgement on opinions from social media.”
Ranj also explained how Alfie would not actually receive any new treatment if he was allowed to go to Italy, he would just gain some palliative care.
“This is not the killing of a child - this is redirecting care to make them more comfortable.”
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