Skip to comments.Obama agency rules Pepsi use of cells derived from aborted fetus ‘ordinary business’
Posted on 03/05/2012 2:19:36 PM PST by NYer
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"When and where is Yum! Brands next shareholders meeting?
May 17, 2012, at Yum! Brands Restaurant Support Center in Louisville, Kentucky."
There goes my Diet Mt. Dew. I don’t care if it’s in the final product or not, that’s just disgusting.
Socialism is the ideology that we can (and must) live at the expense of others. Making products from the cells of aborted babies is the ultimate outrage of socialism: it is literally living at the expense of others.
“If you take that approach, every little league ball diamond that has a Pepsi sign on the outfield wall gets added to the boycott list, right?”
Nope,, not a boycott,,it’s more like this. if the little league only sells pepsi at the refreshment stand. I look down at that pepsi in the glass,,and think about stem cell research, dead babies, etc. And then suddenly,, im not so thirsty anymore. It’s like that.
Id rather them have pretend it’s the 1930s, host a focus group,, and ask them. “how does this new formulation taste to you?”
Ohhhhh i see. Theres no aborted cells in the flavor enhancers. They just use stem cells from line number HEK293 to test new flavor enhancers on. Well that changes EVERTHING!
Was pepsi in the 1940s really so bad? Does it really need flavor enhancers tested on stem cell receptors? No matter how you slice it,,,it’s not appetizing to think of scientists doing Frankenstein experiments to make my brain think pepsi tastes better.
weird weird weird,,,
Sorry, you are WRONG! There is NO Legitimate use for aborted baby parts. NONE! I don't care how OLD they are. There are no moral reasons for abortion. Let's not create any.
Yes but Pepsi must have received its approval! http://www.icpem.org/2008/Fluke.jpg
At the Donner party, all they serve is pepsi!
“The source of the cells was a healthy, aborted fetus. The name HEK293 is thusly named because it was Frank Graham’s 293rd experiment.”
People see the issue as to whether they want to be supporting the Mengele approach to research.
Here, take a drink of this Pepsi. It only has a small amount of aborted fetus in it.
In a national taste test..... aborted fetuses prefer Pepsi!
News Flash! Pepsico has acquired Planned Parenthood.
“Pepsi Next” the new drink to die for.
“Pepsi Next” an unusual new flavor you can't quite put your “finger” on.
“Pepsi Next” a new “CHOICE” for women.
Here at Pepsi, there is absolutely NOTHING we won't do, to bring you a new flavor.
Support women's reproductive rights, drink “Pepsi Next”.
“Pepsi Next”, breakfast of abortionists.
Just like Pizza Hut, you won't find Coca Cola at Planned Parenthood. We offer only Pepsi products.
-——Pepsi is funding the research and development, and paying royalties to Senomyx, which uses HEK-293 (human embryonic kidney cells) to produce flavor enhancers for Pepsi beverages.
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, says the Senomyx website.-——
Just ordinary business.
God help us!
oh c’mon, how many times will we have similar misleading threads here?
They do their testing in HEK-293 cells, a cell line (cells transformed or immortalized so that they can keep growing and dividing in culture) derived from probably a stillborn fetus. This is NOT similar to using dead baby parts in Pepsi.
FWIW, do we even know what cell line(s) Coca Cola uses?
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What a twisted horror!!! Sickening!
Nothing like aborting the next “Pepsi Generation.” B-) B-P Just an ironic humor break.
DITTOS! Stopped purchasing Pepsi when I learned that they were Obama donors/supporters and have not looked back.
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