Archive | July 7, 2013

Are You Drinking/Eating Aborted Foetal Cells?

Are You Drinking/Eating Aborted Foetal Cells?

How much more barbaric can 21st century man get! If the price is right they’d sell us blind!

The companies concerned are Pepsico, Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup, Solae, Nestlé and Senomyx.

Senomyx website states:

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.”

The ingredient is HEK 293 – human embryonic kidney cells taken from an aborted baby to produce those receptors.

In a response to Children of God for Life Nestlé wrote:


In a response to Children of God for Life 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.”

HEK 293 is used in the research carried out by Xiaodong Li, Lena Staszewski, […], and Elliot Adler n behalf of Senomyx, Inc, US. HEK 293 are also used by the biotechnology industry to produce therapeutic proteins and viruses for gene therapy.

“…Consequently, we transiently transfected the human T1Rs into a HEK-293-derived cell line that stably expresses Gα15, a promiscuous phospholipase C-linked G protein…”

Oklahoma Senator Ralph Shortey proposed legislation to ban the production of aborted fetal cell-derived flavor chemicals in Oklahoma. If passed, S.B. 1418 would also reportedly ban the sale of any products that contain flavor chemicals derived from human foetal tissue, which includes Pepsi products as well as products produced by Kraft and Nestle

HEK cell Products:


• 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

Nestles Products

• All coffee creamers
• Maggi Brand instant soups, bouillon cubes, ketchups, sauces, seasoning, instant noodles

Kraft – Cadbury Adams LLC 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 LLC 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 LLC Products

• Certs breath mints
• Halls Cough Drops

Not part of Senomyx – 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 Containing HEK Cells And the Manufacturers:
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)


“Comprehensive List Of Companies That Uses Aborted Fetal Cells As Flavor”

Xiaodong Li, Lena Staszewski, Hong Xu, Kyle Durick, Mark Zoller, Elliot Adler

“Human receptors for sweet and umami taste”  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 April 2; 99(7): 4692–4696. Published online 2002 March 26. doi: 10.1073/pnas.07209019 PMCID: PMC123709

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Nestlé’s Selling You Your Water!

Why Gene Therapy and Designated Genetic Disorders is Tinkering and not Science!

Did the Heavens Unleashed Fireballs over Protests at Cairo, and Rio de Janeiro

Did the Heavens Unleashed Fireballs over Protests at Cairo, and Rio de Janeiro!*

By Niall Bradley

Is it just a coincidence that fireballs were filmed over Cairo and Sao Paulo/Rio de Janeiro as mass demonstrations peaked in Egypt on July 2nd, and Brazil on June 18th, 2013?

Check it out at 11 seconds… looks like a meteor/fireball to me.

The Final Conversation Between Morsi and Egyptian Military 2 July*

On July 5, El Watan (“the nation”), one of Egypt’s most popular newspapers, published the final dialogue between General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Dr. Muhammad Morsi, which took place on Tuesday July 2, a few hours before Morsi’s final speech to the Egyptian people.  A reporter who was taken to an adjacent room was allowed to witness and transcribe their conversation from a TV screen.  I translate the entire speech as it appears on El Watan below:

Exchange Between Morsi and Sisi

Morsi: What’s the military’s position concerning what’s going on?  Is it just going to stand by watching?  Shouldn’t it protect the legitimacy?

Sisi: What legitimacy?  The entire army is with the will of the people, and the overwhelming majority of people, according to documented reports, don’t want you.

Morsi: My supporters are many and they won’t be silent.

Sisi: The army will not allow anyone to destroy the nation, no matter what happens.

Morsi: What if I don’t want to leave?

Sisi: The matter is settled and no longer up to you.  Try to leave with your dignity and tell those whom you call supporters to go back to their homes in order to prevent bloodshed, instead of threatening the people through them.

Morsi: But this way it will be a military coup, and America won’t leave you alone.

Sisi: The people concern us, not America.  And since you’ve started to talk this way, I’ll talk to you candidly.  We have evidence to condemn you and to condemn many governmental officials of compromising Egypt’s national security.  The judiciary will have its say and you will all be judged before the whole people.

Morsi: Okay, can you permit me to make a few phone calls and then afterwards I’ll decide on what to do?

Sisi: You are not permitted; but we can let you check up on your family only.

Morsi: Am I imprisoned or what?

Sisi: You are under arrest from this moment.

Morsi: Don’t think the Brotherhood is going to stand by if I leave office.  They will set the world on fire.

Sisi: Just let them try something and you’ll see the reaction of the army.  Whoever among them wants to live in peace, he’s more than welcome; otherwise, [if they try anything] we will not leave them alone.  We will not single anyone out, and the Brotherhood is from the Egyptian people, so don’t try to use them as fuel for your disgusting war.  If you truly love them, leave office and let them go to their homes.

Morsi: Anyway, I’m not going, and the people outside of Egypt are all with me, and my supporters are not going.

Sisi: Anyway, I’ve advised you.

Morsi: Okay, but take care—I’m the one who hired you as minister and can remove you.

Sisi: I became minister of defense due to the military’s will and not yours—and you know this very well.  Moreover, you can’t remove me; that’s it—you no longer have any legitimacy.

Morsi: Okay, if I agree to be removed, will you allow me to travel abroad and promise not to imprison me?

Sisi: I can’t offer you any promises.  It’s the justice [department] that will pass its verdict.

Morsi: Okay, if that’s the case, I’ll make it war, and we’ll see who will prevail in the end.

Sisi: Naturally the people will win.

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Heavenly Signs: The Ultimatum of May!

Globalist El-Baradei Heads Egypt’s Interim Government*

Mohamed El Baradei has not been appointed as Egypt’s interim Prime Minister.

Egyptian state media and several senior officials said on Saturday that interim Egyptian President Adly Mahmud Mansour had decided to appoint El-Baradei as the interim prime minister of the country and that he would take oath on Saturday evening — three days after the army removed President Mohammed Morsi from power in a military coup and suspended the constitution.

However, on Saturday night Mansour backtracked on the decision.

Egypt’s presidency spokesperson said Muslim Brotherhood can take part in new elections. But if they have a been arrested, beaten or imprisoned, this reduces the competition somewhat!

July 09th

14:35 GMT: Egypt’s unelected president Adly Mansour has appointed former Finance Minister Hazem El-Beblawi as interim Prime Minister, MENA reported, and Mohamed El Baradei as vice president in charge of foreign affairs.

He was arrested for treason under Mubarak, but as a member of George Soros’ International Crisis Group, he was released. He would have never made it with the vote of the people, and through his National Salvation Front saw to it that parliamentary did not take place. Regarded as Washingtn’s man in Egypt by non-members of the elite, the people , Tony Cartalucci writes:

With Mubarak now out of office the corporate owned media circus has left town, but the globalist take-over in Egypt is just warming up. US International Crisis Group trustee Mohamed ElBaradei has spent over a year prying his way into Egyptian politics, landing in Cairo not at the beginning of the recent unrest, but all the way back in February 2010. He was met by the US State Department trained and supported April 6 Youth Movement and Google executive Wael Ghonim. Over the next year they campaigned together for the November 2010 elections, built up the “National Front for Change,” and prepared for the protests the globalists had been designing since at least 2008.

By Stephen Lendman

It’s official. He’s Washington’s man in Cairo. More on that below.

Ousting Morsi unleashed widespread violence. Pitched battles erupted. Both sides clashed with each other.

On July 6, Russia Today reported Friday’s toll caused 36 deaths. One or more others followed. Over 1,100 were injured. Unknown numbers were arrested.

Neither side’s yielding so far. Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) is notoriously brutal. Mercy isn’t in its vocabulary. It conspired with Washington against Morsi.

Popular outrage made him damaged goods. He’s gone. He’s under house arrest. So are other Freedom and Justice party members.

Dozens are detained. Warrants are out for hundreds more. Egypt remains a tinder box. Civil war’s unlikely but could happen. Anything’s possible going forward. Things are far from resolved.

Friday through overnight, street battles raged. They did so across Cairo. Alexandria reported some of the worst violence. Muslim Brotherhood officials urged a “Friday of Rage.”

On Saturday, Reuters first headlined “Egypt counts dead after Islamist protest violence.” It changed to “New Leader starts work as Egypt counts dead.”

He held talks with SCAF generals and political leaders. Both sides remain encamped in different parts of Cairo. SCAF chose Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court chief justice Adly Mansour as interim president.
He’s an establishment figure. He’s a convenient apparatchik. He’s appointed to do what he’s told.

So is former IAEA head Mohamed El-Baradei. He’s Egypt’s interim prime minister. His spokesman confirmed it. State television announced it.

The New York Times, Reuters, and other news services reported it. He’ll form a caretaker cabinet. He, Mansour, and appointed ministers will oversea affairs of state.

El-Baradei heads the so-called National Salvation Front. He does so jointly with former Arab League secretary-general Amr Moussa and Egyptian Popular Current leader Hamdeen Sabahi.

It’s an anti-Morsi umbrella group. It’s pro-Western. It defends privilege against populism. It assures business as usual. Mansour El-Bareidei, and appointed ministers will govern until parliamentary elections are held.

They represent what Egyptians deplore. A previous article explained. On July 4, The New York Times headlined “Prominent Egyptian Liberal Says He Sought West’s Support for Uprising.”

El-Baradei’s no liberal. He lobbied to be Washington’s man in Cairo. He’s no populist. He’s cutting deals. Reports say he’ll maintain good relations with Israel. He’ll collude against Palestinian rights. He’ll contest Hezbollah.

He’ll back Washington’s war on Syria. He’ll be hardline against Iran’s peaceful nuclear program. He’ll enforce neoliberal harshness.

“In an interview,” said The Times, El-Baradei “defended the widening arrests of Mr. Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood allies and the shutdown of Islamist television networks that followed the removal of Mr. Morsi on Wednesday by Egypt’s generals.” “The security people obviously are worried – there was an earthquake and we have to make sure that the tremors are predicted and controlled,” he said.

They are taking some precautionary measures to avoid violence; well, this is something that I guess they have to do as a security measure.

But nobody should be detained or arrested in anticipation unless there is a clear accusation, and it has to be investigated by the attorney general and settled in a court.

He vowed to ensure “everybody who is being rounded up or detained, it is by order of the attorney general – and being a member of the Muslim Brotherhood is no crime.”

He said one thing. He means another. Washington rules matter. El-Baradei’s on board to obey. His words ring hollow.

“(I)t’s deja vu all over again,” he added. (H)opefully this time we will get it right,” he said. He left unexplained what he means.

More blood in the streets is likely. Things haven’t subsided by any means. SCAF’s complicit with Pentagon commanders. Israel’s IDF is kept informed. So are Netanyahu and top Israeli officials.

A state of emergency exists. Martial law was declared. Egypt’s constitution was suspended. Junta power rules. It’s beholden to monied interests. Washington ones matter most.

In 2011, Egyptians ousted Mubarak. They did so for progressive change. They challenged Morsi for the same reason. They acted in vain. Neoliberal harshness remains policy. Washington rules run things.

Reuters, Haaretz and other news services reported attacks on Egyptian Coptic Christians. Sinai border areas could erupt.

On July 5, Mossad-connected DEBKAfile (DF) headlined “Israeli military alerts prompted by Islamist mutiny threat from Sinai and first attacks.”

SCAF raised its own alert. Israel suppressed news from the region. Gaza’s Rafah border crossing was closed. It connects Gaza with Egypt.

Orders came after reported attacks on SCAF Sinai checkpoints and installations. Al-Arish, its airport, Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah were targeted. Hamas is wrongfully blamed. Rafah’s border crossing remains closed.

Doing so exacerbates humanitarian conditions. It comes when Israel imposed tighter restrictions. Fuel constraints deprive households, businesses, farmers, hospitals and other public services with too little.

Gazan gas distributors have too little to supply. Some people wait weeks for allocations. Israeli rules are imposed punitively. Egypt’s crisis ups the stakes on all sides. Other vital services are denied.

SCAF targets Gaza’s tunnel economy. It helps enforce Israel’s blockade. It causes enormous human suffering. It continues unabated.

DF lied claiming Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood wants Sinai turned “into an area of revolt and a base for attacking Israel.” Expect follow-up reports against its ousted regime. DF’s credibility too often is sorely lacking.

Morsi maintained good relations with Israel. Despite popular opposition, its Cairo embassy remains open. It’s protected.

Israel v. Egypt isn’t the issue. It’s Washington/Israel/SCAF against social, political and economic justice. Egyptians demand what they won’t get. Their liberating struggle continues.


Related Topics:

Washington Behind Egypt’s Coup d’Etat*

The text of the Egyptian Armed Forces Statement

Egyptian Military Coup Post Mursi

The Revolution Business‏