South Korea has seized thousands of smuggled drug capsules filled with powdered flesh from dead babies, which some people believe can cure disease, officials said Monday. The capsules were made in northeastern China from babies whose bodies were chopped into small pieces and dried on stoves before being turned into powder, the Korea Customs Service said.
Customs officials refused to say where the dead babies came from or who made the capsules, citing possible diplomatic friction with Beijing. Chinese officials ordered an investigation into the production of drugs made from dead fetuses or newborns last year.But it gets worse. South Korea may be a partner in a sick symbiotic relationship with China.
Back in August of 2011, a South Korean watchdog group exposed the underground market for aborted and still-born babies between the South Korean government and China. At least one blog captured the watchdog group's documentary report in Korean without English translation. The watchdog group claimed that DNA tests showed the pills were 99.7 percent human and could determine the gender of the baby.
The original 2011 report in the San Francisco Times story did not specify whether the South Korean watchdog group had provided specifics detailing the ratio of boys to girls in the pills. But since China dictates couples may bear only one child, it is a safe bet that the majority of those baby pills were made from girls, aborted out of a desperate choice forced upon pregnant mothers by a misogynist combination of culture and communism all in the name of environmental concerns (Where are the feminists? Holding their CO2 breath?).
Setting aside the frightening prospect that governments are collaborating internationally to profit from forced abortion, the logical legislatively foreseeable progression of events right here in America foreshadow the abortion industry's international monetizing. It is no secret that American businesses routinely insist on using tissues from aborted babies for medicines, vaccines and even taste-testing new soda flavors.
[U]se of tissue from aborted fetuses is not a new practice. Controversy really began after 20/20 aired its undercover investigation into the harvesting of fetal tissues in 2000. Investigate Magazine, a conservative Christian publication in New Zealand, describes this as the “hidden side of medical research.” In the U.S., the National Council for State Legislatures states that many states “restrict research on aborted fetuses or embryos, but research is often permitted with consent of the patient.” What Investigate Magazine found was that University of Auckland, in collaboration with the University of Washington, is also conducting experiments using tissues from aborted babies in eyesight research. Here’s the kicker — the aborted fetus tissues are imported from America. (from The Blaze)The UK already has secret stockpile of experimental human-animal hybrid zygotes ready and waiting in cryogenic freeze for God-knows-what sick "scientific" excuse. So what's the big deal about using "unwanted" babies to help build the brave new world complete with cherry-flavored Pepsi, anyway?
Without moral principles to guide health care, cannibalism is just another man's medicine. At the end of the day, microwaving, drying out and grinding up aborted and still-born babies to compound them into fountain-of-youth cure all pills for superstitious customers is just another justifiable scientific use of fetal tissue for health care.
Just as with so many other scientific innovations, China is copying America and the UK and simply upgrading to the next operating system, Abortion OS-2 with an environmentally friendly twist, bio-recycling of carbon based footprints. Soylent Green is Babies.