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Death, Babies, witch Kraft and Pepsi

March 11, 2012

The test of the morality of a society is what it does for, or to, its children – its weakest members.

And while I do not wish to embark upon yet another debate over the debauchery that is the present day abortion issue, there is one solitary issue spawned from the death fields of fetal dismemberment for which I cannot, and will not, remain silent. For this issue, this demon claw, since I became aware of it but a few days ago, slashes at my very soul.

Mixed in this post are images of aborted fetus. Please forgive me for including them. But if you find it difficult to stomach the imagery, perhaps that is because these “body tissues”, these fetus, these discarded clumps of cells appear more like little humans, and not as the perceived cancerous mass so reviled by their hosts, as to be tossed like fingernail clippings.

So what is the side issue that has spawned my uttermost level of contempt? – simple respect for the dead.

When the stem cell research issue began, I payed it little attention. Stem cells are simply cells that have not decided what kind of cell they will be yet. A zygote clump bears no resemblance to a life form, and scientifically has held the key to a wealth of possibility. From the nearly unobjectionable beginning of this form of research has grown a great many promises to treat illness and disfigurement. But somewhere along the way stem cells turned in to fetus, and fetus turned in to prenatal babies for which life saving research became distorted and industrialized to the point of what we have today. Today, we have unborn babies being used in “research” which has taken all question of morality, and cast it upon your supermarket shelves in the form of “flavor enhancement”.

Thanks to Congressional legislature, unborn babies are now fair game to be harvested for profit by the likes of the company Senomyx, who uses our societies most innocent outcasts to perform witchcraft in the form of dead baby taste tests. Among Senomyx’s dubious list of clients is Pepsi, Fritolay, Kraft, Tropicana, Quaker, and Gatorade, Ajinomoto, Firmenich, Nestlé, Solae, and Neocutis lotions. It is also noteworthy to mention that several vaccines actually CONTAIN fetal tissue, from pharmaceuticals Merck, Glaxo, and Sanofi Pasteur.

Senomyx insists that their “science” is legit, and too complicated for us mere mortals to understand, so we should just accept it. Their website states that “Using isolated human taste receptors, we created proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems that provide a biochemical or electronic readout when a flavor ingredient interacts with the receptor.”
IOW, they use the tongue tissue in a very Frankenstein kind of way to see if some new chemical can excite your tongue while you consume yet another unnatural ingredient in your food.

Apparently our society is not yet ready to accept full responsibility (with moral fortitude) for the byproducts of our specie’s inability to handle one of our most basic animal characteristics, but shall we at the very least offer our dead kin a smidgeon of respect? Shall we keep them away from the true soul-less beings that are the monsters in a scientists smock, masquerading as someone who is providing a service to mankind, rather than exploiting the most vulnerable by the truck loads?

They were, afterall, once human.

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From → American Society

2 Comments
  1. Excellent post, Gonzo!

    Isn’t it also interesting that US scientists began harvesting fetal cells almost immediately after abortion became legal here, thus carrying forward the research of Joseph Mengele.

    And, as I have pondered in the past, if a fetus can taste, what makes you think it can’t feel pain as it is torn apart and murdered by the “professionals?”

    Cheers

    • Good point. I think if people really knew just how far along a 1st trimester baby really is, the reality of it would prove far to inconvenient to those who abort pregnancy simply because they had an “oops” moment.

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