Innovating flavoring with human cells and flesh? Isnâ€™t this a little barbaric?
What is even more strange is why the U.S. Patent Office is issuing patents for embryo fetal cells to be used in human food consumption and again we have to point the finger at the U.S. government for allowing patents on aborted baby fetal cells used in US foods and drinks.
You can thank the morons at the U.S. Patent Office for issuing such ridiculous patents on dead baby cell lines for human consumption and flavoring in foods, really this is where it starts.
This is where the rubber meets the road, and people are fed up with the constant poisoning of our food supply by an insane government that allows this all.
Lets not forget that PAPPA JOHNS uses RADIATION in their CRUSHED RED PEPPERS what's the health factor for that.Â Does nobody care what they eat, or what goes into their bodies, or their children's bodies?
There appear to be over 70 patents related to flavor additives known as : HEK-293 (supposedly Human Embryo Kidney for short) made by the biotech company known as Senomyx Inc., from San Diego, California.Â Debi Vinnedge who is the executive director of Children of God for Life said â€œwe are absolutely thrilled with PepsiCoâ€™s decisionâ€. COGFL also enjoined 30 other pro-life organizations to join in the boycott of Pepsi products. Pepsi denied they use the Senomyx cell lines but said they would not use them further. (Lawyer double-speak).
Original Post: Aug 4, 2011
Obama agency rules Pepsi use of cells derived from aborted fetus â€˜ordinary businessâ€™
LARGO, FL, March 5, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) â€“ The Pepsi Company, which is set to release the new product Pepsi Next in the coming weeks, is facing a more robust boycott as pro-life activists protest the company use of cells derived from an aborted fetus in flavor-enhancing research. But Pepsi has succeeded, with help from the Obama Administration, in keeping its controversial operations from consideration by its shareholders.
In a decision delivered Feb 28th, President Obamaâ€™s Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) ruled that PepsiCoâ€™s use of cells derived from aborted fetal remains in their research and development agreement with Senomyx to produce flavor enhancers falls under â€œordinary business operations.â€
The letter signed by Attorney Brian Pitko of the SEC Office of Chief Counsel was sent in response to a 36-page document submitted by PepsiCo attorneys in January, 2012.Â In that filing, PepsiCo pleaded with the SEC to reject the Shareholderâ€™s Resolution filed in October 2011 that the company â€œadopt a corporate policy that recognizes human rights and employs ethical standards which do not involve using the remains of aborted human beings in both private and collaborative research and development agreements.â€