Skip to comments.Horrifying: A British Man Was Caught Trying To Smuggle Roasted Baby Fetuses Into Thailand
Posted on 05/19/2012 4:28:25 AM PDT by lbryce
A British man of Asian origin was arrested in Thailand after police found him in possession of six human fetuses that had been roasted and covered in gold leaf in a black magic ritual, The Telegraph reports.
The man, Chow Hok Kuen, 28, confessed to police he had bought the fetuses from a Taiwanese man a few days earlier for 200,000 baht ($6,382), and he intended to smuggle them into Taiwan, where he would have been able to sell them for at least six times that amount.
While the fetuses were found in a separate hotel from the one Chow was staying at in Bangkoks Chinatown district, they were in his luggage, according to The Independent.
The fetuses, which were tattooed and adorned with religious beads, showed development from between two to eight months, police said. The Guardian has photos from Reuters.
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The rationale for thus sort of abhorrent custom among many other bizarre eating habits practiced by the Asian community is that eating the afterbirth and the items mentioned in the story will provide for a youthful appearance and slow down the aging process. Well, it's what they believe. There are pictures at the Guardian and Reuters if you're into that sort of thing.
Makes one think that there’s a different agenda at work when it comes to abortion...one that is fueled by the devil.
Curiously, I make this exact noise when vomiting.
I think not.
Molok receives his sacrifices by fire
This is not at all uncommon in these countries. Your point about abortion being fueled by the devil is emphatically true, but this case goes even beyond the ordinarily diabolical aspect that abortion is in that money is exchanged for the murdered children for egregious abject vanity.
The custom of sacrificing children.It reminds me of the customs that were used by tribes many years ago.
The guy he bought them from, what planned parenthood office sold it to him? And did he write the check out to the Obama reelection committee?
The “ people” involved in this are not human. They are creatures that we should think no more of exterminating than a roach.
A British man? Oh, yeah, the name Chow Hok Kuen is a very British sounding name. I’m sure it is on the list the Queen will give Will and Kate, to choose a name from, for their firstborn.
post/thread BUMP (speechless)
I’m sure Chow goes by the nickname “Nigel” bat in Liverpool.
Wild animals eat their young.
Quote NOT from this article, but eerily reminiscent:
“He explained that a man took on the powers of whatever he ate: One day soon, he promised, he would bring home a piece of tiger meat for us to share”
Ain’t diversity grand?
Uh, yeah. It used to be called Molech worship - a demonic god. However, we’re far too sophisticate to buy into that stuff anymore. We just kill babies for the same reasons. . .
And how many fetuses have Americans dismembered on this still-young day?
Knew before reading entire MO; that this was not just a ‘British’ man. Guess they do not have ‘hyphenated’ citizens as we do. (Save, of course; by the marvels of Political Correctness; only some ‘hyphens’.)
Would Drudge report such? (why not send along and see.) Certainly not a message - so one would assume - that the 'pro-choice' crowd would want aired.
A British man? He is no more British then the man in the moon.
Unusual name for a Paki.
I believe this will ultimately be linked to a clandestine Obama op, wherein Planned Parenthood and certain Chicago hospitals benefit from the sale of the fetuses, and the EPA insures that the roasting is done by green energy businesses who received Stimulus money.
They wouldn’t be intact or tattooed if he was planning on eating them.They usually grind them up before munching on them.Otherwise keep this individual away from society.
It’s just tissue. What’s the big deal?
(I have a family member who worked as an intern at an abortion clinic in the 1970’s. She was trained to never use any word other than “tissue” when referring to the unborn person when counseling clients.)
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