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  • Mexico Outlaws Circumcision!!!

    Guys, this truly is remarkable. I was checking out Brother K's Facebook page and he had a post from a recent Mexican medical jounal and apparently Mexico has OUTLAWED MALE CIRCUMCISION!! Way to go Mexico! Now if we can only get it to happen HERE.Translated by Google.. http://pediatriajovel.blogspot.com/2...a-para-la.html
    You can have Google translate it, but section 5.7.13 is the one!

  • #2
    I don't think this is accurate. The only information I could find on this was a news article from 2014 that a Mexican state banned naming babies circumcision.

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    • #3
      This will be something to keep an eye on. Brother K is quite thorough and very knowledgeable on all things circumcision. He's THE leader in the nation wide protest of this heinous practice and is the founding father of Bloodstained Men. Check out his Facebook page and Bloodstained Men's website. I really hope this is true because the U.S. needs to be next. This shit must stop!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
        the founding father of Bloodstained Men.
        To be clear the bloodstained coverall was first used in Europe, and I think Jonathon Conte introduced it to the US.

        Brother K's devoted work leading a group called the Bloodstained Men and Friends - who protest an unfathomable number of days each year - is something we can only hope to be worthy of.
        -Ron Low
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        847 414-1692 Chicago

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        • #5
          Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
          Guys, this truly is remarkable. I was checking out Brother K's Facebook page and he had a post from a recent Mexican medical jounal and apparently Mexico has OUTLAWED MALE CIRCUMCISION!! Way to go Mexico! Now if we can only get it to happen HERE.Translated by Google.. http://pediatriajovel.blogspot.com/2...a-para-la.html
          You can have Google translate it, but section 5.7.13 is the one!
          It sure looks the new standards for acceptable prenatal and perinatal care spell out that circumcision shall not be performed.

          I have a guy born in Mexico working for me. I'll ask him on Tuesday to Google en espanol until he finds the actual document and let us know what he makes of it.
          -Ron Low
          [email protected]
          847 414-1692 Chicago

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          • #6
            Really? Wow, that's amazing. I knew other countries in northern Europe had tried previously but it got shot down by Muslim interests.
            Uh, but when I'm reading the article, it translates to, "avoid circ as a routine practice". That makes me think that they doctors just won't do it "by default" unless the parents ask for it. In that case, it would just be the usual standard for most countries that don't do that anyways. Hardly an outright ban.

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            • #7
              This was published by the Mexican Government on April 7 2016. The Mexican Government did not outlaw circumcision, it seems they just published a recommendation "to avoid routine circumcision." 5.7.13 - Avoid circumcision as a routine practice, since there is no scientific evidence to prove a direct benefit to the newborn person . Based on conversations last year at the AAP National Meeting, some Mexican doctors told us some parents still request circs and doctors do them. You can find the actual link here:

              http://www.dof.gob.mx/DOFmobile/nota...07%2F04%2F2016

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              • #8
                For some reason, they have the mobile site linked. Here's the full sized version:
                http://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.p...07%2F04%2F2016

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                • #9
                  This would be big news if it were true which is why I am very sure that it is not. And it was the jewish lobby that stopped it from being outlawed, muslims have no power in Europe.

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                  • #10
                    Circumcision is not outlawed in Mexico, you need to re-read it. The title and original post are incorrect.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by admin View Post
                      To be clear the bloodstained coverall was first used in Europe, and I think Jonathon Conte introduced it to the US.

                      Brother K's devoted work leading a group called the Bloodstained Men and Friends - who protest an unfathomable number of days each year - is something we can only hope to be worthy of.
                      OK, my man Chris looked over the document at the Mexican government web site. It appears to be guideline issued by Mexico's version of a CDC. The document cites a recent initiative to define the basic health care rights of all Mexican citizens with respect to human rights as supported by their constitution. The document spends a lot of time asserting its authority based on specific chapter and verse edicts to develop such a policy.

                      So where it says avoid circumcision because there is no evidence of benefits to the child, that would seem to establish a right to not be circumcised.

                      Note that the document cites the AAP and WHO, but not with regard to circumcision.
                      -Ron Low
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                      • #12
                        Brilliant another country medical profession has seen the light.
                        Sadly the USA is very much lagging on this issue and No longer leading,
                        Tragic other countries (including you neighbors) are now more humane and value an infants rights and freedoms.

                        Could it be the USA still needs time to flush out the current medical professionals with more immigrant medical professionals who are both better educated and not bound by outdated ridiculous religious myths and superstitions ?

                        The times are a changing - but still way too slow in the good old USA.

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                        • #13
                          The problem in the U.S. is that there is too much money involved. Circumcision and it's satellite industries is a multi billion dollar industry. They're not gonna give that up easily. Additionally, if the American medical establishment all of a sudden admitted they were wrong all these years, there would be literally millions of pissed off people and the resulting wave of lawsuits would bankrupt the country and clog the court system for DECADES. It's an uphill battle, but we ARE making unbelievable progress. Circumcision is dying at the grass roots level despite the efforts of the cutters and their allies. It's up to us to spread the word.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mandible View Post
                            Really? Wow, that's amazing. I knew other countries in northern Europe had tried previously but it got shot down by Muslim interests.
                            Uh, but when I'm reading the article, it translates to, "avoid circ as a routine practice". That makes me think that they doctors just won't do it "by default" unless the parents ask for it. In that case, it would just be the usual standard for most countries that don't do that anyways. Hardly an outright ban.
                            Well if Muslims don't want Europeans to ban mutilating their boys because of their religion, why can't they respect the culture of the countries they seem so determined to move into? If you go somewhere you assimilate, it isn't fair that Germany has to ban pork sausages in schools and cafes to avoid offending Muslim migrants

                            I'm not saying I hate islam, but they can't demand people to acquiesce to them in countries they want to live in, but which their ancestors never contributed to.

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