Firestarter Radio: Birth of a New Earth (2-9-16)

Biurth of new earth

Description: In the first two hours, Sinead has on Jeanice Barcelo to discuss her new book “Birth Trauma, and The Dark Side of Modern Medicine”. In the last half, Sinead shares a series of recordings from the week. Topics covered are: White Genocide, Street Activism, and the Roosh debacle.

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Michael
4 years ago

Hello Sinny, Long time listener and supporter of RB here just want to say its great to see your contributions to the site and the direction you are headed. This topic resonates with me . Congratulations on the birth of your child. I Look forward to future shows from you. You have so much talent. KEEP LAUGHING…

Steed
4 years ago

Great show. But I think it would be fair to mention the other side of the story. My wife gave birth recently. Labour began naturally, 4 days overdue, and labour was long. She refused drugs (and then took some gas and air at a later stage) but despite heroic pushing, baby just wasn’t coming. She tried every position. My wife’s energy started failing, nearly losing consciousness. After some 35 hours since first contractions the midwife decided that progress wasn’t anywhere near good enough so my wife went to the operating theatre for help with forceps. She had to have an epidural and was cut slightly. How could this birth have happened naturally and without drugs? Genuine question. My wife had also done hypnobirthing which really… Read more »

Sinead
Reply to  Steed
4 years ago

Were they timing her labour? There is no such thing as “over due”. Not all babies come at exactly 40 weeks. Mine came at 41, and many come even later than that. I’m assuming this was a hospital birth? Women have much easier births when they are not being observed, or in an unfamiliar place, where they are scared. Cutting of the vagina, and forceps were only used, because the epidural makes the woman numb from the waist down. I’m assuming they also did not let her eat or drink while she was in labour, and that will obviously exhaust a woman. Im’ sorry that you and your family and to experience that. It sounds awful.

Giuseppe Falsetti
Reply to  Sinead
4 years ago

been obsessed with knowledge,government corruption and conspiracies for a while.I would say jeanice barcelo is one of the better figures in the “truth,freedom movement”.Her book …Birth Trauma,,is packed with vital information.Im amazed how we simple except abhorrent practices.Authority in a religious or medical form is an illusion.

Steed
Reply to  Sinead
4 years ago

Thanks Sinead. I agree but the overdue thing, but my wife started contracting at 40 weeks and 4 days. Surely that’s a good sign of full term?! You’re absolutely right about the no eating/drinking thing. This was the only thing I was confident of questioning during the ordeal; I could see my wife was lacking energy but they weren’t letting her eat. This was just in case she had to go to theatre again. The sad thing is that these experiences have been so disheartening (aside from the obviously wonderful end-result) that my wife is reluctant to have another child (was reluctant to get pregnant for the 2nd time to be honest) and has said that if we do have another she can’t face normal… Read more »

Sinead
Reply to  Steed
4 years ago

I’m so sorry that you both had a bad experience. I’d love to chat with your wife, anytime, to discuss anything. As time goes on, I’m sure you will both get baby fever again. Just let her know, that women have had traumatic hospital births, and then went on to have amazing home birth experiences, that changed them for life. Just know, that her body did nothing wrong. It did not fail her. Modern maternity care failed you both. We are here for you guys! Let us know how e can help, and congratulation on your new baby! I would encourage you all to watch these documentaries. First, I put together a short video contrasting hospital birth vs home birth. It’s only a few minutes… Read more »

Steed
Reply to  Sinead
4 years ago

Thanks for those Sinead, and the offer of advice. Much appreciated. I’ll give the videos a watch soon as I can.

Reply to  Steed
4 years ago

Hi Steed – a question that immediately comes to mind is — what is your wife’s birth history? Was she born in a hospital? Does she have any birth trauma memories in her body that may have effected her ability to give birth? Was she afraid to let the baby out? Was the baby wanted? There are a dozen questions that should be considered regarding why a birth is taking a long time. Our culture tends to force the birth rather than help the woman work through what it is that is holding back the birth. There is often a reason the birth gets stalled and midwives should know how to help the woman process any emotional blocks that may come up during the process.… Read more »

Steed
Reply to  Jeanice Barcelo
4 years ago

Thanks Jeanice. Answers as follows: Yes, my wife was born in a hospital, as was I and almost everyone we know in living memory. She had to be pulled out with forceps herself but doesn’t speak of this as a remembered trauma. And I’m pleased to say the baby was absolutely wanted and planned for, so I don’t believe there were any psychological blocks. Our first daughter actually had to come out by emergency C-Section a couple of years ago. Baby was facing the wrong way and no-one realised this until she’d been pushing for 30+ hours. Heartrates began dropping and so the (in my opinion correct) decision was made to rush her into theatre. I realise this could have contributed to her mindset during… Read more »

Sinead
Reply to  Steed
4 years ago

I just wanted to add that a breech baby is not abnormal. It is simply another variation of normal. Breech babies are born vaginally every day, it’s just that doctors and some midwives, are taught that this is an emergency? Pushing for 30 hours??? Was she given drugs/epidural?? I seriously cannot imagine that! I would never step foot in another hospital, and just birth at home. If you birthed at home undisturbed, your wife may have had a drastically different outcome, as her hormones were able to relate and flow, when undisturbed. Being in an unfamiliar and uncomfortable environment, causes the woman to go into fight or flight mode, which stalls labour, and makes it much harder. This is the same for animals, and this… Read more »

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