Ibu Robin Lim is a world-renowned gentle-birth midwife, and the creator of the Bumi Sehat Birth Clinic in Bali (www.bumisehatbali.org). There, Lim offers guidance and midwifery services that result in the birth of over 600 babies each year.
Known as “Mother Robin,” she was granted CNN’s coveted “Hero of the Year” award on December 27, 2011 (http://us.cnn.com/2011/12/11/living/cnn-heroes/index.html?hpt=hp_t1). After granting her the award, CNN wrote “This is the fifth year that CNN, with the help of entertainers and other celebrities, have honored everyday people changing the world.”
You can now likely expect CNN to desperately try to revoke that award, because Ibu Robin Lim is reportedly beginning to raise questions about GMOs that the hoax (mainstream) media doesn’t want you to consider. Specifically, “Mother Robin” is now reportedly seeing a huge increase in umbilical cord deformities that she believes may be caused by GMOs, according to text attributed to her.
This text letter, which has been re-posted on numerous websites, including the Birth Of A New Earth blog (http://birthofanewearth.blogspot.in/2011/08/gmo-foods-and-damage-to-h…), contains the following urgent warnings:
Warnings about GMO damage to human umbilical cords and unborn babies
Two weeks ago we had Padma, a vegetarian for 15 + years. This 4th baby was born healthy… but the cord was flat and 4 to 5 cm wide (looked like a tape worm) and had five skinny vulnerable vessels arriving each separately to the placenta.
Cords are [now] shorter. we are seeing many less dramatic examples of shorter cords, velamentous cord insertion, diminished Wharton’s jelly, and strange looking placentas.
Last week we had a five babies in a 12 hour night… two had velamentous cord insertions! It’s just not average anymore.
In five days time I saw one fatal cord accident, another cord problem leading to stat cesarean birth, and today another incident of deep fetal distress due to cord problems.
The study I read concerning M16 genetically modified corn showed that when fed to pregnant mice, all the offspring in one generation, had alterations of ALL the cells in ALL their organs!
Can you see why I am worried about our precious placentas? I did not make this connection until I began to see an increase in abnormalities and pathology due to placenta and cord troubles.
The fact that so many Indonesian women depend upon genetically modified soy products (tempe and tofu) for their day-to-day protein — and the early introduction of GMO soy here… it got me wondering.
As I see it we have three combined potential ways in which the placentas are being affected in Indonesia; Malnutrition, Pollution (including Roundup) and GMO soy.
Watch a video interview with Ibu Robin Lim discussing holistic, non-chemical treatments for postpartum depression as part of the After Birth Project:
Her words in this interview are entirely consistent with expressing concern about genetically modified foods having the potential to harm human babies in the womb.