Baby Charlie Gard Dies In Hospice


Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard, whose short life captured the hearts of the world, has died after suffering from a rare genetic condition which has seen him in hospital for the majority of his short life.

Charlie’s parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, fought a lengthy and emotional legal battle to take their severely ill baby son to the US for treatment, which was denied by judges.

Miss Yates said: ‘Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie.’ Read more at DAILY MAIL.




    • You’re right.
      The liberal judges in this once great country, are evil murderers.
      Abortion is encouraged and payed for by the dumb stupid gullible taxpayers. The security of Gods protection is no longer there, as the American injustice system has turned wicked, corrupt and evil.

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    So the severely wicked staff members, Yimach Shemam V’Zichram, of the administration of the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London and the severely wicked judges, Yimach Shemam V’Zichram, of the European Court of Human Rights and the severely wicked High Court Judge Nicholas Francis, Yimach Shemo V’Zichro, who, from day one, wanted to have Mr. Charlie Gard bumped off, finally got their way!! They won!! They succeeded!! Oh boy!! They should celebrate!! Pull out the champagne!! Pull out the band!! Let’s have a whooper!! Whoopie!! Whoopie!! Whoopie!! Doo!! Let’s have a wham!! Bamm!! Bamm!! Bamm!!


    OOOOO!! OOOOO!! OOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

    (Yes, they THINK they can rejoice for)


    (but the truth is)



  2. Harav Elchanan Wasserman Hy”d (in his sefer Ikvesa deMeshicha):
    “If the “son of Noah” does not fulfil his duties, it is obvious that he will he punished in the world to come. Let us imagine that a “son of Noah,” a shepherd somewhere, a lifelong drunkard, dies and comes to judgment in the other world, and is sentenced to Gehinnom because he did not fulfil the seven commandments. He will certainly cry in protest that he is not responsible, for how should he have known what was required of him? At first sight he would appear to be justified. Nevertheless, his arguments will be of no avail, and he will remain condemned by the Law.”
    Rav Elchanan goes on to explain that any thinking person should come to the conclusion that Hashem made the world and is obligated to contemplate this and the purpose of his existence, which will lead him to emunah.
    In the case of little Charlie Gard, neither the parents nor the judge, it seems, considered the little boy’s life of any value in the state in which he was. Instead, they talked of saving him from pain. I skimmed through hundreds of reader comments on articles on this case, looking – in vain – for someone to protest that life is of absolute value, regardless of its supposed “quality.” The debate – i.e. on euthanasia – is over in the goyishe world.
    The lesson for us? To treasure every moment of life, to remember its infinite value, and what we’re here for!

  3. I find that the most disturbing and cruel part of this story was that once the parents realize that there’s no return; all the court battles and lengthy waits to fly him to the USA wasted his chance of making a recovery. They had just one request: ” we promised Charlie all these months to take him home” if he is going to die, please allow us to take him home so he can die peacefully with us at home. But the judge denied that. When he denied that; It confirmed that there was never any goodwill or good intentions on the hospital or the judges part. That was the most vicious ruling that ever was.


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