Friday, September 30, 2011


This story initially came to my attention in November, 2010, in the midst of my research about trauma-based mind-control and its insidious connection to the U.S. government and satanism. When I came across this article, I was stunned to note that what this doctor did was a classic satanic-based initiatory ritual of sexual mutilation and torture, leading to severe shock and trauma in the victim, rendering them unable to even speak about, or mentally process, the violence they had been subjected to for many years.

Carolyn DeWaegeneire is one of millions of victims of ritual torture, genital mutilation, and rape, that occurs every single day in American hospitals in the form of unnecessary episiotomy, circumcision, c-section, painful pelvic exams during labor, so-called "stretching the cervix" during labor, and much, much more.

What this doctor did is extreme -- but certainly no more extreme than strapping an infant down to a board and cutting off a piece of his penis without anesthesia.

Ritual sexual torture and genital mutilation are par for the course in hospitals. Isn't it time we asked ourselves "who is creating these protocols?"

CAROLYN DeWaegeneire was "shattered" and in a state of shock for years after a doctor cut out her genitals, unable to complain about the unauthorised surgery, a jury has heard.

Told that she would be in hospital for about three days for a "simple" procedure in August 2002, the then 58-year-old woke from her anaesthetic in pain with stitches that felt "like barbed wire".

The doctor who performed the surgery, and cannot be named for legal reasons, is standing trial before a jury at Sydney's Downing Centre District Court after pleading not guilty to charges of inflicting grievous bodily harm on Ms DeWaegeneire and excising her clitoris.

Giving evidence today, the mother-of-two, who was widowed in 2001, recalled giving consent to the doctor only for the removal of a small piece of skin on her vulva, identified to be a form of pre-cancer.

"If I had known that my clitoris was going to be cut off there is no way I would have walked through that hospital door," Ms DeWaegeneire said of the procedure, which left her in a NSW hospital on painkillers for six days.

Ms DeWaegeneire said in evidence the doctor told her of his intention when she was "helpless", about to pass-out from anaesthesia on the operating table.

"His face came close to mine and for my ears only he said 'I'm going to take your clitoris too' with which I slid under the anaesthetic," Ms DeWaegeneire said.

Crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen SC asked: "Did you have the opportunity to respond?"

"I was gone," Ms DeWaegeneire replied.

Ms Cunneen: "Had the accused ever told you that he intended to take your clitoris?"

Ms DeWaegeneire: "If that had been mentioned you would not have seen me for dust".

She said when she woke from surgery "I knew what had happened and I was shattered".

The doctor's barrister, John Stratton SC, told the jury his client "honestly believed what he was doing was necessary for the treatment of his patient".

He said the comments allegedly made before surgery were not correct and that evidence would show none of the other four people in the small theatre heard those words.

"He was not trying to mutilate or harm Ms DeWaegeneire, he was trying to save her life," Mr Stratton said.

He questioned why Ms DeWaegeneire didn't raise any queries about the surgery until two years after it occurred.

"I had lost my husband, I had now lost my anatomy, I was in shock, I could not replace what was gone," she said.

Asked what is left of her genital region, Ms DeWaegeneire replied "nothing".

"I've been told I could have reconstructive surgery but I said 'no way is anyone coming near me again'," she said.

Earlier today, Ms Cunneen told the jury of seven men and five women they would hear evidence from a theatre nurse who questioned the doctor's actions at the time.

The nurse allegedly told police she asked the doctor: "That's fairly radical surgery. Why are you taking so much?'"

He allegedly replied: "If I don't take it all the cancer will spread."

Nurse: "You would not be taking my clitoris no matter what."

Doctor: "Her husband's dead so it doesn't matter anyway."

The jury trial before Judge Greg Woods continues on Thursday. It is expected to take three weeks.

Patient Too Shocked to Complain About Genital Surgery

Another article states:
A woman goes into her local hospital for routine minor surgery to remove a tiny lesion on her labia. But just before the anaesthetic is administered, her doctor leans over her – out of earshot of the operating theatre staff.

“I’m going to take your clitoris too,” he whispers.

Carolyn Dewaegeneire then slid under the anaesthetic, and woke up mutilated. Her entire external genitalia had been removed...

The Board heard another patient complaint just before Reeves moved to Bega, but the Medical Board delayed their investigation. By then it was too late: he had already mutilated Carolyn. She describes shock, denial, and feeling too traumatised to report her situation to anyone.

Another woman went in for surgery on an ovarian lesion, and ended up with both ovaries, both Fallopian tubes removed; and a kidney gone, also, after complications ensued.

Another woman reports that Reeves failed to use gloves when performing a gynaecological examination, and used an “intimate, sexual” touch, as well as touching her breasts unexpectedly.

Another woman says that Reeves spent over an hour painfully attempting to insert an IUD after she had an abnormal Pap smear, saying “I haven’t got this right”. He performed no cervical biopsy, and she was later found to be riddled with cancer throughout her pelvis..."
Graeme Reeves: Medical rape culture and collegiality

Doctor Jailed Over Genital Mutilation by NewsLook

Doctor Jailed Over Genital Mutilation

"Ms DeWaegeneire, who has given permission for her name to be published, was a 58-year-old widow when she sought treatment for a small patch of discoloured skin on her labia, later identified as a form of pre-cancer.

The jury accepted that Reeves told her he was going to remove a lesion but never mentioned taking anything else.

But in the operating theatre, moments before Ms DeWaegeneire fell unconscious from the anaesthetic, Reeves "leaned over me and for my ears only he said `I'm going to take your clitoris too'"...

The court heard Reeves was suffering from a personality disorder and major clinical depression, possibly exacerbated by his bankruptcy in 1999 and impotence.

The judge said the impotence may have had some 'causal role in his rash behaviour' in the indecent assaults, in which he "took the opportunity to touch the clitoris unnecessarily" of two patients."

Doctor Jailed for Mutilation, Victim Livid

So, my question is -- was this guy circumcised or a victim of ritual sexual torture and mutilation? If so, could this have anything to do with his impotence? And could this have anything to do with his drive to genitally mutilate and violate others?
"Foreskin Sexual Function/Circumcision Sexual Dysfunction". CIRP - Impotence and sexual dysfunction. The nerves in the foreskin apparently provide an impulse to aid erection. Circumcision has long been associated with an increased incidence of impotence. Glover (1929) reported a case.2 Winkelmann (1959) suggested impotence as a possibility,6 as did Foley (1966).10 Stinson (1973) reported five cases.13 Palmer & Link (1979) reported two cases.14 More recently, additional evidence of sexual dysfunction after circumcision has emerged. Coursey et al. reported that the degradation in sexual function after circumcision is equivalent to the degradation experienced after anterior urethroplasty.47 Fink et al. reported statistically significant degradation in sexual function.49 A survey carried out in South Korea found that circumcised men reported painful erections, and diminished sexual pleasure, and a few reported curvature of the penis upon erection.48 Shen et al. (2004), in a study carried out in China, reported erectile dysfunction in 28.4 percent of the men in the study after circumcision, and 'weakened erectile confidence' in 34.7 percent.59"

Argument: Circumcision can cause male impotency