South Korea seizes capsules containing powdered flesh of dead babies
The South Korean government revealed Monday that it recently seized thousands of capsules filled with the powdered flesh of dead babies. Reportedly, some people believe the powder has medicinal purposes and was created in northeastern China. South Korea has reportedly been reluctant to criticize China directly over the incident, out of fears of creating diplomatic friction with the country. But the process by which the powder is allegedly created is one of the most disturbing stories imaginable. According to the Korea Customs Service, the bodies of dead babies are chopped into small pieces and dried on stoves before being turned into powder. The customs officials have refused to say exactly where the babies come from or who is responsible for making the capsules
There's been quite a few stories(true or not) that have been pushed HARD into mass media for the benefit of some. Examples include:
The stories of Chinese made toys imported into the US full of lead, plutonium and AIDS....the lead part being true....but to what degree I don't know.
The stories of Toyotas being recalled as horrible death traps.....coincidentally around the time the US government bought a car company....funny that.
I'm sure there's horrific sh!t going on in China....our family avoids food products from there wherever knowingly possible....because we see current standards somewhere circa Upton Sinclair's The Jungle.
But what stories get caboshed and what stories get pushed hard and why would be interesting to learn.
If true, then the world is definitely heading towards some sort of hybrid between Soylent Green, Blade Runner, and Children of Men....maybe a bit of Brazil too.