South Korea Seized Smuggled Pills from China Containing Powdered Human Fetuses
Yet another shocking news: South Korean customs officials confiscated thousands of pills containing powdered human fetuses, which allegedly came from China. Since August 2011, South Korean officials have seized approximately 17,000 of these repulsive capsules from 35 smuggling attempts. Test results revealed that the so-called medicines were made up of 99.7% human tissues! The genders of the fetuses were also identified because of the test.
Those who have been detained for smuggling the pills claim that they are unaware of its components and how they are manufactured. Customs officials said, ” The capsules were all confiscated, but no one has been punished because the amount was deemed small and they were not intended for sale.”
The pills are believed to be manufactured in Jilin region, which is proximal to North Korea.
The “dead baby pills” are sold as stamina and libido boosters.
These have been advertised as a “cure-all” medicine.
But in reality, these disgusting capsules contain harmful bacteria and toxic ingredients.
Apparently, corrupt medical staff from China tip off pharmaceutical companies whenever aborted fetuses and stillborn babies are available. These poor angels are sold like ordinary meat in the market, placed in household refrigerators before they are brought to clinics. The tiny corpses are then placed in medical drying microwaves. When their skins are tinder dry, the inhumane perpetrators pound on the flesh until they turn into powder. To disguise the true content of the baleful product from health investigators and customs officers, the powder will be processed in capsules together with other herbs.
The South Korean government has been on alert since the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) featured a film about some Chinese doctors who were eating aborted babies. It also showed how one particular doctor casually took dead fetuses out from his refrigerator.
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China is renowned for advocating alternative medicine, and they are known for using components like rhino horns and human placentae. But Chinese authorities are denying that these “dead baby pills” were manufactured in their country. China’s Ministry of Health spokesman said that there is no sufficient evidence that could prove these allegations. However, their government is aware that such grim trade exists and they have been trying to put an end to it. Still, thousands of packets have been smuggled to South Korea.
Chinese officials verified that 38% of women of child-bearing age are sterilized and that at least 13 million abortions are being performed every year to control the population. There were also reports that some babies were left to perish in “dying rooms”, particularly if they are born into families that already have one child. There are claims that the bodies of the aborted babies are the ones used for medicinal purposes.
If these pills really came from China, do you think their one-child policy contributes to this gruesome trade? Can we classify this as cannibalism? Share your thoughts in the comment section.