Products and Companies that use Aborted Fetuses
It looks like the movie Soylent Green was not only a movie but might be a premonition. We live in a wicked wicked world.
It has come to my attention if you use products created by Nestle, Kraft, Cadbury, Starbucks, PepsiCo, and until recently Campbells and Solae, you are using products created in part by testing on aborted fetuses. That's right, aborted fetuses are used under the name of “artificial flavors” to test these products.
A pro-life group called “Children of God for Life” has claimed that the company Senomyx, trading under the stock market ticker of SNMX, is using aborted fetuses to test for enhanced flavor in their products. Children of God for Life is a watch-group that follows the use of aborted fetuses in products. When confronted with the use of fetal cells in it's creation and testing of artificial flavoring, companies Campbell and Solae ended it's relationship with Senomyx.
According to the Weston A. Price Foundation:
"Senomyx's salt taste, savory flavor, and sweet flavors -- as well as all their other flavor enhancers -- are purposefully developed so that they stimulate your taste buds without them actually tasting anything ... Much like MSG, these flavor enhancers operate on the neurological level to produce these reactions ...
Since they are not actually ingredients but rather 'enhancers' they are not required to be listed in a package's ingredients except as 'artificial flavors' ... [And] because very small amounts of the additives are used ... Senomyx's chemicals have not undergone the FDA's usual safety approval process for food additives."
These chemicals are what makes your taste buds think that they are tasting something salty or sweet without adding salt or sugar to the product. The fetuses are not in the food, their cells are used to determine if certain chemicals taste salty or sweet to humans. Then, if they do taste salty or sweet to humans, those chemicals are put in the food in place of salt and/or sugar. The aborted fetus cells are used to test the chemicals. The Children of God for Life is calling for a boycott of these companies and I have to tell you after discovering this it should not be difficult to stop using these products.
Here is a list of just some of the products: Kraft Mayonnaise, Pepsi, Nestle Chocolate Milk, Starbucks Iced Coffee Drinks, Nestea, Nestle Ice Cream products and Kraft Salad Dressings.
It has been reported that in certain Asian countries aborted babies have been dried and then ground up and put in capsules to then be sold on the black market as vitamins to enhance sexual ability. The link to that report is below. As repugnant as that is can you say that what we are doing is any different? If this isn't your line in the sand to stop buying and supporting these companies I don't know what is.
For those of you who simply cannot believe that something this horrible could be true then ask yourself why haven't these companies sued this organization for libel? They are wealthy companies and this is a small organization; it wouldn't take much to shut them up if it isn't true. Additionally, why did Campbell and Solae end their relationship with Senomyx after this came out?
Moreover, I find just as disturbing as the content of this article the fact that the mainstream media has been completely silent about it. If this isn't news I don't know what is! And, yet I haven't heard a word about this from any news source whatsoever. I suppose that that should come as no surprise since our media is owned by these very companies that use aborted fetuses in their products.
Please write to these companies and tell them that you will no longer be using their products. The addresses are in the link below:
To contact the companies:
Paul Bulcke, CEO Nestlé USA 800 North Brand Boulevard Glendale, CA 91203
Jamie Caulfield, Sr.VP PepsiCo, Inc. 700 Anderson Hill Road Purchase, NY 10577
Irene Rosenfeld, CEO Kraft Foods/Cadbury Chocolate Three Lakes Drive Northfield, IL 60093
Aborted Human Babies Used as Cure-All Medicine in Asian Countries
Susanne Posel May 8th, 2012 0 Comment
May 8, 2012
Customs officials in South Korea intercepted more than 17,450 pills that were filled with crushed human flesh . These pills, purported to be a “cure-all” medicine, were smuggled into the country via China.
They are labeled as stamina-boosters . Some who take the pills claim it is a panacea for disease, however test show they are laced with super-bacteria.
Medical corporations are told given aborted human fetus material.
The fetuses are kept in refrigerators, before taken to clinic where they are dried out in microwaves. The corporations involved with this trade are fully aware of the unethical dealings they are involved with; however do not have sympathy toward the aborted human babies they turn into “medicine” for profit’s sake.
The dried material is made into a power and put into the capsules along with herbs to mask the major ingredient; human flesh.
Chinese officials, aware of the issue, have been unsuccessful in stopping the trade. South Korea is a specific route that smugglers take.
The enormous demand for Chinese medicine as an alternative include use of: • Rhino horns • Human placentas
If this trade is allowed to continue, South Korean Customs authorities will develop more stringent search policies in an attempt to intercept the material.
Since August 2011, thirty-five smuggling attempts have been made to move this “medicine” through the Asian route.
Hospital and abortion clinics in China are working together to provide the human material for the “medicine”.
When inspected, tests confirmed that a shocking 99.7% of the material in the capsules were of human origin.
Those who are involved with the trade claim human flesh, when dried out, have highly medicinal properties. Along with the threat of bacterial growth and other cotangents, these capsules are dangerous on multiple levels; not to mention unethical in nature.
Chinese newspapers have reported that the Jilin region of North Korea is the providence where the source of human flesh is centered.
There is a concern that the aborted human fetuses used in the “medicine” are not always legitimately aborted. China’s stringent one-child policy has spurned more deaths of infants and forced abortions than would naturally occur. This material would be lucrative to those in the business of converting the aborted human babies into “medicine”.
Biotech company using aborted fetal cell lines to test its flavor enhancers
UPDATE!!! March 29, 2011 11:45AM Within hours of our press release, Children of God for Life received notice from Campbell Soup that they have severed their ties with Senomyx. Stated Juli Mandel Sloves, Senior Manager of Nutrition & Wellness Communications at Campbell Soup Company, "We are no longer in partnership with Senomyx.
This fact was discussed during the Senomyx conference call with its investors earlier this month." If you choose to write to Campbell Soup, please thank them for their decision. Mmmm good! For Immediate Release March 29, 2011 Biotech company using aborted fetal cell lines to test its flavor enhancers (Largo, FL) Children of God for Life is calling on the public to boycott products of major food companies that are partnering with Senomyx, a biotech company that produces artificial flavor enhancers, unless the company stops using aborted fetal cell lines to test their products. In 2010, the pro-life organization wrote to Senomyx CEO Kent Snyder, pointing out that moral options for testing their food additives could and should be used.
But when Senomyx ignored their letter, they wrote to the companies Senomyx listed on their website as "collaborators" warning them of public backlash and threatened boycott. Food giants Pepsico, Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup, Solae and Nestlé are the primary targets of the boycott, though Senomyx boasts other international partners on their website. Senomyx website states that “The company's key flavor programs focus on the discovery and development of savory, sweet and salt flavor ingredients that are intended to allow for the reduction of MSG, sugar and salt in food and beverage products....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.” Senomyx notes their collaborators provide them research and development funding plus royalties on sales of products using their flavor ingredients. “What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 – human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors”, stated Debi Vinnedge, Executive Director for Children of God for Life, a pro-life watch dog group that has been monitoring the use of aborted fetal material in medical products and cosmetics for years. “They could have easily chosen COS (monkey) cells, Chinese Hamster Ovary cells, insect cells or other morally obtained human cells expressing the G protein for taste receptors”, Vinnedge added.
In writing to their collaborators, it took three letters before Nestlé finally admitted the truth about their relationship with Senomyx, noting the cell line was “well established in scientific research". After hearing Ms Vinnedge speak publicly on the problem, angry consumers began writing the companies. Both Pepsico and Campbell Soup immediately responded. Shockingly, Pepsico wrote: “We hope you are reassured to learn that our collaboration with Senomyx is strictly limited to creating lower-calorie, great-tasting beverages for consumers. This will help us achieve our commitment to reduce added sugar per serving by 25% in key brands in key markets over the next decade and ultimately help people live healthier lives.” Campbell Soup was more concerned in their response: “Every effort is made to use the finest ingredients and develop the greatest selection of products, all at a great value.
With this in mind, it must be said that the trust we have cultivated and developed over the years with our consumers is not worth compromising to cut costs or increase profit margins." While Campbell did not state they would change their methods, still their response, gave Vinnedge hope. “If enough people voice their outrage and intent to boycott these consumer products, it can be highly effective in convincing Senomyx to change their methods”, she noted. “Otherwise, we will be buying Coca-Cola, Lipton soups and Hershey products!”