We are all going down the pan.

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I thought that I had heard just about everything there was to hear in horror stories.

And then something comes along to remind me how naive I am.

Just what the fuck have our rulers reduced us to?

Flushing baby’s down the toilet apparently, although I’m not quite sure how it was achieved. 

People, it does not have to be this way. We could all live in harmony and peace if we get rid of those plotting our demise. 

There is more than enough land for all of us. There is more than enough food and water for all of us. There need be no poverty. No wars. No hate.

All that is needed is to take back OUR world. It does not belong to the elite one percent… It belongs to us. It is OURS.

Why live in fear and poverty?

How many more babys have to be reduced to the status of a turd?

Wake up or soon there will be nothing to wake up to.

 

Safe and warm, miracle baby who was plucked ALIVE from a toilet pipe after being flushed away by the parents who didn’t want him

  • Baby boy, believed to be a newborn, discovered beneath a toilet commode
  • Firefighters removed section of pipe and doctors cut the infant free
  • Emergency services called after woman heard cries coming from pipe
  • The 6.2 pound baby called ‘number 59’ after the number of his incubator

By JAMES NYEANNA EDWARDS and ANDY MCEWEN

 

An abandoned newborn baby boy found trapped inside a sewage pipe after being flushed down the toilet was today being nursed back to health in hospital.

The infant was heard crying in a section of the pipe directly beneath a toilet commode, the country’s state television reported earlier today.

Firefighters had to remove the pipe and take it to a nearby hospital where doctors carefully used saws to rescue the baby boy.

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Being nursed back to health: The abandoned baby boy is pictured being fed in hospital after firefighters rescued him from a sewage pipe after he was apparently flushed down a toilet in Pujiang, Zhejiang Province, China Being nursed back to health: The abandoned baby boy is pictured being fed in hospital after firefighters rescued him from a sewage pipe after he was apparently flushed down a toilet in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province

 

Reunited: The baby boy's mother - believed to be a 22-year-old single woman - has been found and is said to be with her baby in hospital Reunited: The baby boy’s mother – believed to be a 22-year-old single woman – has been found and is said to be with her baby in hospital

The infant– named Baby No. 59 from the number of his hospital incubator – was in a critical condition when he arrived at the hospital with an apparent fracture to his skull.

 

But the baby boy has been pictured being nursed back to health in hospital as staff reveal his condition is now stable.

Nurse Zhang Songhe of the pediatric department of the Pujiang County People’s Hospital in the city of Jinhua, Zhejiang province, East China, told the Daily Mail: ‘When the baby arrived here, he was in critical condition.

‘We suspect he has a fracture in the top right section of his skull. But now everything has been stabilized.’

Injured: A nurse said the baby boy - who weighs 6.2 pounds - suffered a fracture to his skull but is now in a stable conditionInjured: A nurse said the baby boy – who weighs 6.2 pounds – suffered a fracture to his skull but is now in a stable condition

Staff at the Pujiang County People's Hospital in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, said well-wishers have visited the hospital with diapers, baby clothes and powered milk for the child
Staff at the Pujiang County People's Hospital in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, said well-wishers have visited the hospital with diapers, baby clothes and powered milk for the child

Staff at the Pujiang County People’s Hospital in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, said well-wishers have visited the hospital with diapers, baby clothes and powered milk for the child

Recovering: The baby boy has been nicknamed number 59 after the number of his incubator Recovering: The baby boy has been nicknamed number 59 after the number of his incubator

The nurse added that the mother of the baby has been found and is currently with her child in hospital.

They said: ‘The mother has been found. She is right now in the hospital. I heard she is a 22 year-old single woman. I don’t know the reason she abandoned the baby.

Nurse Zhang Songhe added that news of the rescue prompted an outpouring from strangers who came to the hospital with diapers, baby clothes, powdered milk and offers to adopt the child.

The nurse continued: ‘There have been three or four groups of visitors delivering baby formula some of whom have expressed willingness to adopt.

 

Harrowing: Firefighters work to free the unwanted baby from the pipe in Pujiang, Zhejiang Province, China Harrowing: Firefighters work to free the unwanted baby from the pipe in Pujiang, Zhejiang Province, China

The newborn baby was rescued by firefighters after being flushed down a toiletFight for survival: The newborn baby was rescued by firefighters after being flushed down a toilet

 

At a public toilet on the fourth floor firefighters were able to hear faint cries and, exploring further, spotted a baby's foot deep inside the pipeAt a public toilet on the fourth floor firefighters were able to hear faint cries and, exploring further, spotted the baby’s foot deep inside the pipe

‘We’re going to take care of the baby. We are not sure when the baby can be discharged.’

The baby weighs 2.8 kilograms (6.2 pounds) and still had his placenta attached to his body when he was rescued, reports said.

The disturbing case has sparked anger in China and around the world after harrowing TV footage of the baby’s two-hour-long rescue was uploaded onto the internet.

Residents living in a residential building in Jinhua in the wealthy coastal province of Zhejiang reported the sound of a baby crying in the public restroom on Saturday.

Unbelievably, the baby survived the ordeal, which saw him having to be cut out of a pipe

Unbelievably, the baby survived the ordeal, which saw him having to be cut out of a pipe

Firefighters received a call from a landlady of a block of flats saying that she thought a baby was trapped in a toilet pipe in the building as she had heard it cryingFirefighters received a call from a landlady of a block of flats saying that she thought a baby was trapped in a toilet pipe in the building as she had heard it crying

The landlord of the building in Pujiang county told Zhejiang News that it was unlikely the birth took place in the restroom because there was no evidence of blood and she was not aware of any recent pregnancies among her tenants.

The baby was stuck in an L-shaped portion of the sewage pipe with a diameter of about 10 centimeters (3 inches).

The video shows rescuers sawing off a section of the pipe along a ceiling that apparently was just below the restroom.

The rescuers then rushed that section of pipe to a hospital, where firefighters and medics alternately used pliers and saws to rip apart the pipe and free the baby.

The firefighters worked quickly to dismantle the pipe and rescue the trapped youngster, who was heard wailingThe firefighters worked quickly to dismantle the pipe and rescue the trapped youngster, who was heard wailing

 

Firefighters gently carried away the section of pipe that contained the terrified babyFirefighters gently carried away the section of pipe that contained the terrified baby

His arms had been pinned to his side, and when the confines of the pipe had been delicately prised away, he let out a long wail – much to the relief of doctors who were battling against the clock to rescue him.

His eyes, face and body were covered in the filth of the pipe.

There are frequent reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned often shortly after birth, a problem attributed variously to young mothers unaware they were pregnant, the birth of an unwanted girl in a society which puts greater value on boys or China’s strict family planning rules.

There are many reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned, often shortly after birth, making this incident distressing but a common occurenceThere are many reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned, often shortly after birth, making this incident a distressing but common occurrence

 

Doctors carefully cut around the sewage pipe to rescue the baby boy insideDoctors carefully cut around the sewage pipe to rescue the baby boy inside

The case has been widely discussed on China’s Twitter-like service Sina Weibo due to the graphic nature of the footage, with calls for the parents to be severely punished.

‘The parents who did this have hearts even filthier than that sewage pipe,’ wrote one user.

It was not immediately clear how the baby ended up in the toilet, but police said they were treating the case as an attempted homicide. The Pujiang county police bureau said on its official microblog account that the boy’s mother has been located and that an investigation is ongoing, but gave no further details.

 

Firefighters and doctors rescue an abandoned newborn baby boy by cutting away a sewage pipe piece by piece, in this still image taken from video, in Jinhua city, Zhejiang province May 25, 2013Firefighters and doctors rescue an abandoned newborn baby boy by cutting away a sewage pipe piece by piece, in this still image taken from video, in Jinhua city, Zhejiang province May 25, 2013

People have angrily reacted to the news, demanding the parents be punished and denouncing their cruel actPeople have angrily reacted to the news, demanding the parents be punished and denouncing their cruel act

Baby boy (with placenta still uncut) sawed out of toilet pipe in…

The child is in a stable condition and the police are looking for his parents, Chinese state television reportedThe child is in a stable condition and the police are looking for his parents, Chinese state television reported

 

The abandoned child has been named Baby No 59 from the number of his incubator, according to reportsThe abandoned child has been named Baby No 59 from the number of his incubator, according to reports

 

Nurses treat the baby, who was believed to be only a few days old when he was flushed awayNurses treat the baby, who was believed to be only a few days old when he was flushed away

 

 

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