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The Eugenist religion of the AC. This is what we are up against.

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by Don_D, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Don_D

    Don_D Powers

    This is also a good article listing many products developed using aborted cells. Worth a look, I had no idea there were so many. :(

    In the case of many vaccines there are alternatives to human cells. You just have to ask.

    https://www.sott.net/article/242726-Avoid-Any-Products-Containing-Aborted-Fetal-Cells

    Avoid Any Products Containing Aborted Fetal Cells
    Dave Mihalovic
    Prevent Disease
    Fri, 09 Mar 2012 14:41 UTC

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    Many opposing viewpoints have been raised on the morality of using consumer products which are cultivated on aborted fetal cell lines. Regardless of your position on abortion, the fact that there is an entire industry around the manufacture of foods, beverages and medical products which routinely utilize aborted fetal tissue should be a cause for great concern.

    There has always been a great deal of excitement within the medical community regarding the use of fetal tissue for transplantation and for the manufacture of vaccines.

    Fetal tissue technology has evolved tremendously in the two decades especially in the area of treating various neural and endocrinal diseases.

    However, serious ethical questions are being raised as to the source and procurement of the necessary tissue. While some experts in the medical community forecast unlimited potential for fetal tissue technology, others have expressed deep concern as to the limits to the ethical and moral dynamics of the issue. Where is the line drawn?

    The Economic Drive of Abortion

    The world of economics runs on the basis of supply and demand. And this is perhaps the largest fear to approving fetal tissue research and transplants from elective aborted fetuses. While it is claimed that supply is sufficient to meet current demand - which is a tragedy in itself - what is to happen when researchers discover that the fetal tissue products can effectively treat a broader assortment of disease and illnesses? What happens when there is still not enough supply? While these questions may seem overstated, we should not underestimate the advances of medical technology or the moral corruption of modern society. Several proposals were brought to the National Institutes of Health Panel to protect babies from being procured for the motive of profit. Yet with an estimated annual income of six billion dollars, the potential for abuse in fetal tissue industry would be substantial, not to mention very difficult to regulate and enforce. 'With the anticipated profitability of the industry once the technology can alleviate a larger number of diseases, there will be increasing pressures to "share the wealth" produced by these transplants.' (Scott Rae, ibid) Related to the supply of the fetus, is the supply of fresh and more mature fetuses. The timing of abortion becomes an important consideration to the researchers and medical community who benefit from a more matured and developed fetus. The majority of abortions procedures are performed between the sixth and eleventh weeks of pregnancy, however delaying until the fourteen to sixteenth weeks will yield fetal tissue that is usable in pancreatic transplants. Simply put, the older the fetus the more valuable! A subsequent concern of delaying the abortion procedures until the 'ripe' time period, is the emotional effects this will have for the mother. Aborting the unborn baby at four months old (as opposed to 6-11 weeks old) will compound the emotional impact on the mother resulting in a significant increase in post abortion trauma.

    Avoiding Foods, Beverages and Vaccines Containing Aborted Fetal Cells

    As recently as May, Pepsi ignored concerns and criticism from dozens of pro-life groups and tens of thousands of pro-life people who voiced their opposition to PepsiCo contracting with biotech company Senomyx even after it was found to be testing their food additives using fetal cells from abortions.

    "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," the Senomyx web site says. "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."

    Debi Vinnedge, of the pro-life group Children of God for Life, explained, "What they don't tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 -- human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors. They could have easily chosen animal, insect, or other morally obtained human cells expressing the G protein for taste receptors." In August 2010, PepsiCo entered into a four-year agreement with Senomyx for the development of artificial high-potency sweeteners for PepsiCo beverages. Under the contract, PepsiCo is paying $30 million to Senomyx for the research and future royalties on PepsiCo products sold using Senomyx technology. When the prolife group wrote both companies requesting they use one of several non-objectionable, viable cell lines listed in their patents, Senomyx did not respond. PepsiCo did reply however and insisted that its use of the research from Senomyx would produce "great tasting, lower-calorie beverages."

    The following products are manufactured using aborted fetal cells:

    PEPSI BEVERAGES
    - All Pepsi soft drinks
    - Sierra Mist soft drinks
    - Mountain Dew soft drinks
    - Mug root beer and other soft drinks
    - No Fear beverages
    - Ocean Spray beverages
    - Seattle's Best Coffee
    - Tazo beverages
    - AMP Energy beverages
    - Aquafina water
    - Aquafina flavored beverages
    - DoubleShot energy beverages
    - Frappuccino beverages
    - Lipton tea and other beverages
    - Propel beverages
    - SoBe beverages
    - Gatorade beverages
    - Fiesta Miranda beverages
    - Tropicana juices and beverages

    NESTLE PRODUCTS
    - All coffee creamers
    - Maggi Brand instant soups, bouillon cubes, ketchups, sauces, seasoning, instant noodles

    KRAFT - CADBURY ADAMS PRODUCTS
    - Black Jack chewing gum
    - Bubbaloo bubble gum
    - Bubblicious bubble gum
    - Chiclets
    - Clorets
    - Dentyne
    - Freshen Up Gum
    - Sour Cherry Gum (Limited)
    - Sour Apple Gum (Limited)
    - Stride
    - Trident

    CADBURY ADAMS CANDIES
    - Sour Cherry Blasters
    - Fruit Mania
    - Bassett's Liquorice All sorts
    - Maynards Wine Gum
    - Swedish Fish
    - Swedish Berries
    - Juicy Squirts
    - Original Gummies
    - Fuzzy Peach
    - Sour Chillers
    - Sour Patch Kids
    - Mini Fruit Gums

    OTHER CADBURY ADAMS PRODUCTS
    - Certs breath mints
    - Halls Cough Drops

    NEOCUTIS PRODUCTS
    This company produces anti wrinkle creams that contain cells from a 14 week gestation aborted male baby. Following is the list of the creams, but we recommend a full boycott of all Neocutis Products.

    -Bio-Gel Prevedem Journee
    -Bio-Serum Lumiere
    -Bio Restorative Skin Cream

    VACCINES
    -MMR II (Merck)
    -ProQuad (MMR + Chickenpox -- Merck)
    -Varivax (Chickenpox -- Merck)
    -Pentacel (Polio + DTaP + HiB -- Sanofi Pasteur)
    -Vaqta (Hepatitis-A -- Merck)
    -Havrix (Hepatitis-A -- Glaxo SmithKline)
    -Twinrix (Hepatitis-A and B combo -- Glaxo)
    -Zostavax (Shingles -- Merck)
    -Imovax (Rabies -- Sanofi Pasteur)

    OTHER MEDICINES:
    -Pulmozyme (Cystic Fibrosis -- Genetech)
    -Enbrel (Rheumatoid Arthritis -- Amgen)
     
  2. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    Senomyx
    That is the name of the substance derived from aborted fetal kidney tissue
    Major food companies are using Senomyx
    Pepsi used to use it but has stopped
    The food companies use Senomyx to create flavors
    I know in one of the recent apparitions the Lord was talking about our food supply being so terrible
    It may have been Luz de Maria
     
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  3. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    That was the article, Don
    Good research
    I do believe Pepsi has stopped using Senomyx
     
  4. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    I went back and reread some info. For clarification, the aborted fetal kidney cells were taken around 1972, (one time) and those cell lines have continuously been used in testing by Senomyx. The cells are not in the products, but the flavors obtained are from testing with aborted cell lines, instead of lab rat cells or monkey cells. So, it is an indirect application. STILL, though, ugh.
    And pepsi is on and off being implicated, although a couple of years ago, there was a big boycott and Pepsi said they had stopped. Campbell soup has stopped.
    Right now I am grossed out for sure.:sick::sick::sick:
    And it might be hard to get a straight answer from companies.
     
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  5. Don_D

    Don_D Powers

    It is indirect however companies know that DNA from those cells are in their products in very trace amounts and will not deny it. It is one of the reasons they use them to begin with because animal DNA and trace amounts could be hazardous.

    Our food in the US is making a lot of people sick. I don't know what they are using in wheat products anymore but America is becoming severely obese and diabetes is rampant. Along with a host of stomach and gut related illnesses. I don't know if it is the preservatives or the genetic modifying but something is doing it.

    When I was a kid you would get a loaf of bread and if you didn't eat it in 3-4 days it grew moldy. Now, a loaf of bread can sit for 2 weeks and look absolutely fine. In fact, in many places in Europe the same is still true today because of their refusal to use GM and preservatives in everything. On the face of it you would think it's great but something is affecting people adversely and it wasn't in our food when I was younger.
     
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  6. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    You are exactly right. It is a combination of factors. I think GM is a big factor. GM corn, soy, probably wheat, and only the Lord knows what else. Plus the preservatives, and now this scandal with cell lines.
     
  7. DBM

    DBM Angels

    God almighty,
    That poor Baby on the previous page...
     
  8. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    :cry:
     
  9. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Archangels

    I still do not think there is DNA in the foods
    But the flavors are tested in it
     

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