by Heidi Stevenson
‘A seven-year-old boy has been taken from his mother to be forcibly given radiation treatment because his doctors believe it’s for the best. Not only do doctors support barbaric treatment, but they believe they have the right to force it on innocent children.’
The loss of rights to our own bodies and to control what is done to our children continues. Neon Roberts, the seven-year-old boy pictured to the left, is about to undergo radiation treatment because his doctors want to do it.
Sadly, Neon has a brain tumor. He has had surgery, but his mother does not want him to be treated with radiation.
His mother ran with Neon, trying to escape from forced treatment. Sadly, though, they were found by police in Sussex, UK.
We don’t know what this child’s future will be. His chances do not look good. Without knowing the particular type of cancer he’s suffering, it’s not possible to state the odds. However, we do know that, even if he does survive, the chances are his life will be irreversibly changed from adverse effects. Children are more susceptible to harm because their nervous systems are not mature. There’s a strong chance of being left with limb weakness, poor balance, and uncontrollable shaking. Epilepsy, blackouts, and chronic headaches are also possible, as is blindness. Intelligence, including short term memory, learning, and logic ability can be harmed.
It’s also possible that years later he will develop loss of appetite, lack of energy, and return and worsening of earlier symptoms. Personality changes years later have also been noted.
Yet, both doctors and the legal system have run amok. They presume to know what’s best for this child, so ordered his mother to hand her son over to them.
Neon’s case is unique because we know about it. That’s only because it was considered so important to find him that the judge ordered his and his mother’s identity to be revealed so it would be easier to find them.
How many other children are forcibly treated with radiation, chemotherapy, or vaccination? We don’t know because that information is hidden from us. All we do know is that Neon, who more than ever needs his mother, has been snatched from her and will shortly undergo a treatment that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy—simply because the hubris of some doctors says that they have the right and a judge supports them.