Dr. Ulrich Klopfer made his career by murdering unborn babies for profit. Like all people, he died eleven days ago. When his family was cleaning out his house, they found the remains of over two thousand murdered babies stored there according to a report:
The remains of more than 2,200 unborn children have been found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion doctor who died earlier this month, according to reports.
The discovery was made by members of the family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, who died Sept. 3. The family members had been searching through Klopfer’s belongings after he died, FOX 59 of Indianapolis reported.
There is no evidence that any abortions were performed at the private residence, the Will County (Ill.) Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
Klopfer formerly worked at the Women’s Pavilion in South Bend, Ind., the report said. The home where the remains were found is located in Will County, Ill.
Thousands of fetal remains found at home of former South Bend abortion doctor
According to FOX 59, Klopfer’s medical license was suspended in 2015 after accusations that he failed to report an abortion performed on a 13-year-old girl.
The Will County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation into the matter, WSBT-TV of South Bend reported. The county coroner’s office took possession of the remains, the sheriff’s office said in a news release. (source, source)
The question becomes, why did he have so many dead baby corpses in his house?
We know for a fact that dead children is a profitable business, used by eugenicists in order to do medical research for particular technologies, especially those in advanced robotics developments. Shoebat.com has discussed this in detail, as we have tracked the connection between abortion to all of the major governments of the world as well as major eugenicist groups.
This is no small undertaking, for as Shoebat.com has written before, the eugenics is not an end in itself, but a means to a larger end of re-creating the error of the Tower of Babel and if one looks back even further in history, right down to the sin in the Garden of Eden. It is a human attempt to become “god”, and the modern eugenicists believe that they will be able to realize this through a combination of supertechnology, artificial intelligence, advanced computers, and biological innovations that will allow them to transfer into new bodies as well as computers in order to live an eternal existence here on Earth and the cosmos. In the words of Peter Diamandis, the human race is in the next “phase” of evolution, except this time from the “primordial ooze” to humanity, it is from humanity to the stars where the human race becomes and “interplanetary species” and goes out across the galaxies.
This may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, because it likely was taken from that. The “science fiction” of the 1950s and earlier was indeed the basis for these ideas today, except expressed in a literary and entertainment form but with nothing less of the potency contained within it. This is why so much of “science fiction” comes true, because it is a telling of future events based on current trends.
Consider right now how one Azeri-Russian billionaire is working on a massive “space ship” project to house fifteen million people in space in what he is calling the “garden of gods”:
When Igor Ashurbeyli, an Azeri-Russian billionaire obsessed with humanity’s extra-terrestrial survival, announced his plan to create the first nation in space, even he admitted it sounded outlandish. With disarming frankness, he said: “I wouldn’t be surprised if some of you write that some crazy Russian rocket scientist talked nonsense here today.”
Three years later, the Asgardia project – a name rooted in the Norse legend of Asgard and roughly translated as “garden of the gods” – has indeed provided plenty of ammunition for detractors who dismiss it as a headline-grabbing myth.
Earlier this year, Asgardia unveiled a plan to build a fleet of “cosmic Noah’s arks” orbiting the Earth, at a cost of roughly £100bn a piece, along with various moon bases to ensure humanity would survive events such as a cataclysmic meteor impact.
To date, the Space Nation’s presence in the firmament – where it aims to achieve “permanent peace in space” by settling some two per cent of the Earth’s population up there – consists of a 3kg low-orbit satellite the size of a bread tin launched in 2017.
The Space Nation, whose 34-page constitution promises to “resolve differences, conflicts, inequality and imperfections in human history”, equally claims to have attracted significant popular support. To date, it has elected a parliament of 150 MPs and registered a “population” of some 1.1m people on its website. A further 19,000 individuals have signed up as “residents”, paying a €100 (£89) annual citizenship fee which garners it an earthly annual income of £1.7m.
And who would be able to be in this “garden of gods” except for the very rich? What is to be made of the other 6.85 billion people on Earth, who would be stuck here? Is it just to turn Earth over to “her fate,” or is it to enslave the human race at the hands of a “cosmic master race?”
Such ideas sound ridiculous, but the people who support this are very serious. Consider how Jeff Bezos, the infamous CEO of Amazon, is working with a major foundation to create a clock that makes one full revolution every ten thousand years. What would be the point of doing this other than some idea that, theoretically, he would expect to see something of this clock make such a revolution, for the group he is working with promotes eugenics, darwinism, and the idea of a future where the human race will “survive” by means of a super-evolved branch within her.
Am I saying that Klopfer had such beliefs, or was doing such? Absolutely not, for there is not the proof to substantiate such claims.
What I am saying is that nobody keeps such a large quantity of dead babies at one’s house without a reason. And given the circumstances, and what we know, there are a lot of potential reasons as to what may have happened. That said, it does not change anything as to the evils of eugenics, or the philosophy, which is one of death that if pursued leads to eternal death, and given that such evils have overtaken the globe, Christians would be wise to prepare, for God is merciful, but He is also just, and he will certainly not let such evils go on forever.
Prepare yourselves wisely.