05-07-2012, 01:32 PM #1
S Korea finds smuggled caps containing human flesh
Published May 07, 2012
South Korea finds smuggled capsules containing human flesh
South Korea has seized nearly 17,500 of the bizarre capsules from tourists' luggage and international mail since last August, according to the state-run Korea Customs service said in a statement Monday. The capsules were made in northeastern China in a stomach-turning process in which dead babies' bodies were chopped into small pieces and dried on stoves before being turned into powder, the Korea Customs Service said.
05-07-2012, 04:21 PM #2
05-07-2012, 05:48 PM #3Registered User
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This is just sickening! IMO, China's one-child policy has led to a holocaust - the forced abortion(s) of late-term pregnancies (pefectly viable infants) - I wonder just how long we're going to sit back and watch this continue? Leave it to China to find a way to dispose of and make a profit off of the corpes of dead infants...sheesh!
Link on just one story of China's forced-abortion policy:
05-08-2012, 07:42 PM #4Registered User
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Oh, I know, we get most of our plastic crap from there. Why do we still import food/clothing/toys from a country that is known for not checking the level's of lead or other toxic substances? Sheer greed.
05-08-2012, 08:54 PM #5Former Member
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Thousands of pills filled with powdered human baby flesh discovered by customs officials in South Korea
More than 17,000 pills smuggled into country have been intercepted since last August Pills viewed as a 'miracle cure' for all ailments - but unsurprisingly they are harmful
By Richard Shears and Rob Cooper
PUBLISHED: 05:44 EST, 7 May 2012 | UPDATED: 06:49 EST, 8 May 2012
Thousands of pills filled with powdered human flesh have been discovered by customs officials in South Korea, it was revealed today.
The capsules are in demand because they are viewed as being a medicinal 'cure-all'.
The grim trade is being run from China where corrupt medical staff are said to be tipping off medical companies when babies are aborted or delivered still-born....
Dead baby pills: This is ground baby powder which tests discovered is 99.7 per cent human last year. South Korean officials have stopped 17,000 dead baby pills being imported since last August
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1uKUd42L9
05-11-2012, 06:52 AM #6Former Member
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This is not a new thing brought on by the "one child" policy. China has always had a history of cannibalism, especially during their frequent famines.
I have heard anecdotal stories from a Chinese friend who says her Grandmother remembers vendors selling human meat during food shortages and realizing the meat was human after she bought some. It is well documented although not widely talked about in polite PC company.
The famous serial killer Albert Fish (circa 1915) cited a friends experience in China during a famine spawned his obsession with eating children (the friend was a sailor who arrived in China during one of their famines and tried human flesh, in China the flesh of children is preferred).
This is the country that TORTURES puppies to improve the quality of the meat before killing them for food, the same country that petitioned to breed endangered tigers in order to grind them up as medicine, the country that brought the world the infamous "Yueyue" video, the country that had a problem with black market "ghost brides" and had a series of women killed in order to provide brides to dead bachelors.
China is second only to Africa when it comes to inhuman atrocities in the modern world.
In a case that has shocked the nation, 52-year-old farmer Sung Tiantang has admitted to killing six women in northern Hebei province and selling their bodies to be used as ghost brides, for a total profit of less than 20,000 yuan ($2,600).
The story has cast light on a black market in female corpses that exists in rural China in the service of a tradition that goes back nearly 2,000 years.