Friday, March 29, 2013

Human Tissue Found in Meats - but eating it is "no threat"

Amanda Warren
Activist Post

The horse meat fiasco in Europe has prodded scientists to look a bit deeper into what else we might be consuming. A team of South African scientists have just found traces of human tissue in meat meant for public consumption from 9 provinces.

The issue was revealed to parliament, almost as a side note, during meat inspection briefings on Tuesday.

A University of Stellenbosch scientist and his team conducted a microbial analysis that revealed traces of human elements, but said that slaughterhouse workers sometimes cut themselves . . . or other things . . . which could lead to the findings.
If I walked into a factory and the sample I randomly selected to test was a meat sample of which the person de-boning the meat had just picked his nose and then touched the meat, I would get a totally different microbial reading," he said.
Delicious. Beyond the findings themselves, it brings up the global hot-button topic of the moment: food labeling. How much should we know about what we are consuming?

In addition to the troubling statements above, scientist Louw Hoffman noted that only 15% of the meat being sold in South Africa is correctly labeled, revealing other potentially harmful attributes of which consumers are currently unaware:
"In the labelling regulations it clearly states that allergens have to be mentioned and noted," said Hoffman.
Allergens like . . . other people's genetic signature?

Yet, Hoffman and his team of scientists concluded that the incorrect labeling poses "no threat" to the consumers who eat it, despite some more gems uncovered:

Meat Musical Chairs
Briefing parliament's portfolio committee on agriculture, forestry and fisheries, University of Western Cape forensic scientist Dr Eugenia D'Amato said nearly 43% of samples she had tested which were labelled as game, were, in fact, beef. 
D'Amato said horse meat had also been used as a substitute for springbok in biltong, and pork was found in ostrich sausages. 
There was also a smaller proportion of kangaroo in samples.
Despite the overall findings that consumers have absolutely no idea what they are eating - including human remnants - in 85% of the products, SA's Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries deputy director-general downplayed it by asserting that we are not becoming unwitting cannibals:
It is possible that (if tested) we could find traces of human DNA in meat. However, even if we do find human DNA, it does not mean we are eating human flesh.
Great. Unfortunately, we are evidently eliminating healthy microorganisms in the processing of foods, but since there is an acceptable standard of nasty foreign entities, thanks to our regulatory agencies - we have introduced a variety of contaminants into now weakened guts and immune systems.

We'd like to think that these food scandals are safe from us - overseas, it's their problem. But, big problems are usually systemic and many of the developed nations are on the same platform. As with most food scandals, they go on for years unnoticed before the beans are spilled.

It doesn't sound like anyone's literally being run through the meat grinder just yet, but it's a startling fact that we don't know much about what our food comes into contact with. And we have scientists and regulatory agencies continually asserting how safe our food supply is.

Are you unsettled at the prospect of ingesting someone else's particles and blood? Do you wonder what else will be found when the next scientific investigation is conducted in your country?

Perhaps we should be asking ourselves before each meal, "Hey, who's in there? How'd they get in there? Anyone missing?"


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Anonymous said...

I was just waiting for it to get to that point. Good story, hard to be humorous about it but if we're not laughing, we're crying sometimes.

Mr. Mcgranor said...

Perhaps the ostrich meat have some sausage in it to be a patty, like venison? I doubt that there is human beings being ground, or cut into the meat.

Anonymous said...

In the early days of gmo manipulation there was talk of splicing certain human genes with some animal genes to make them grow larger. If that has actually happened would random testing show human DNA?

dhimmiwit said...

It was probably that Afro-Italiano pasta dish - canniballoni.

Anonymous said...

what do genetic engineering, abortion, vaccines, food, animal and human DNA with a side order of aborted fetal cells/tissue all have in common?

hints of cannibalism, mutations, diseases and or brain disorders from eating your own species.

hp said...

Heeeeey, what happens in the Kingdom of Bongo Congo, stays in the Kingdom of Bongo Congo!

Well... until it doesn't.

Anonymous said...

Soylent Green

Joe Dead Horse said...

Cannibalism is absolutely forbidden.

Anonymous said...

Did you hear the one about the butcher who backed into his meat grinder????

He got a little behind in his work.


Anonymous said...

Upton Sinclair's tome, The Jungle, comes to mind after reading this article. Have we not learned anything as a civil society? Why are we going backwards???

abinico said...

Eat recycled food...

Anonymous said...

Yes, Soylent Green. I just rented that movie recently. It's not beyond them to do this.

They always put the truth in our faces in the movies knowing we will think it fantasy.

The nightly news is the fantasy.

Colossans 1:26 - The mystery which has been hidden for ages and generations is now made manifest to his saints.

The whole world is given over to the wicked. Go back and see that old movie and shudder. It's coming folks.

Anonymous said...

Well, cannibalism was the way to go once upon a time in Africa. Maybe, they're returning to their roots. USans should help out by shipping their banksters, CEOs and politicians to Africa. Just as pay back.

Anonymous said...

They're probably conditioning people for the Zombie Apocalypse.

Anonymous said...

Banksters be ware. This is probably practice. Next, it's the real thing: a feast in Wall Street where the banksters are the main course.

Anonymous said...

Soylent green, anyone?

Anonymous said...

Our friend Jimmy, one heck of a guy, he'd give you the shirt off his back, shoes off his feat and even some fillet's off his femur! Quite a rare find these days! I think I'll have him over for dinner just one last time!

Seems to make perfect sense that a bunch of satanists would feed the masses their own flesh & meat and probably be laughing their evil asses off about it. Not that I wasn't before but Now I'm very seriously wondering what they might put in the McDonald's Value menu Doubley for $1.

HereAmI said...

Look. We know there's overpopulation. We either go hungry, or...
The best thing to do, is to first introduce the new idea to the children. They are the ones who are Tomorrow's Leaders. I suggest starting with The Simpsons. Lisa could be asked to dub the family's wisdom into Hindi, Chinese, Afrikaans, Spanish, etc. Then lots of movies, one a week ideally, in which Brad, Angelina, George, Scarlet, Keira, etc, save themselves, and then everyone else, including children and grannies and cute cuddly pets, by...well, eating bits of people. Just little bits at first. Niche markets with clearly-defined characteristics could be developed, think "Goths" or "Hippies" or "New York Decadent". "I only eat ears", or "That's disgusting. It's only cool to eat the inside thigh". Etc, etc.
Food for the organic-eating few could be labelled "Guaranteed free from meat of non-animal origin". It would be quite expensive and not widely available. The rest could be just regular supermarket food. ie, "New! Tastier! Bigger portions! Chicken flavoured eating experience! ( origin: non-animal sources and other residues )"
I guarantee most would go for it. Especially if there was a buy-one-get-two free offer attached.

Anonymous said...

Mioshe solomons on his radio show had several guests who were saying that several disappeared palestinians had gone into pet food, and were not meant to go into the human food chain at all, they said that at most it was perhaps 16 people and it would not happen again

Anonymous said...

why do you think there has been a plethora of silence of the lambs, jeffrey dahmer sensationalized coverage. could lady gaga's raw meat evening suit be anything but covert conditioning? wake up sheepies, its no long mutton chops- its us

Anonymous said...

As the stats and random sampling findings go, there is far more than the occasional butchers blood in the meat.

Anonymous said...

Maybe we need a new book written on the meat industry, called "The Urban" Upton Sinclair's "the jungle" had nothin on this gang.

So if a man with HIV was ground up, how many could be infected from eating him?

Anonymous said...

This is not good at all. These scientists are full of it; we've known for decades that if humans eat other humans, it causes what is known as Mad Cow disease. I got that straight from a biologist/microbiologist. Check it out and do some research if you don't believe this. When a species eats another species, the prions are damaged and it causes Mad Cow disease.
And the question is: how did human flesh get into the meat supply???

Anonymous said...

Dear helpless people, grow your own - or damn well know the grower.

Anonymous said...

Go vegetarian and you would eliminate these types problems.

Anonymous said...

There is no overpopulation, and even if there is.... eating people is NOT an option, for christ's sakes! WTF IAMSAM? NOT an option!

I hope you're joking, man... cause you sound like what the elites have been indoctrinating people to think like.

Anonymous said...

Human issue is used to develop flavours for soft drinks and crisps (potato chips). Examples include HEK293 used by Senomyx to create new flavours but the cells themselves are not included in the product and this is used to reduce sugar and salt content by mimicking taste on human taste receptors. The question is how did the Bio Tech companies know human embryonic kidney cells (HEK cells) would make soft drinks and food taste good? Link below for further information.

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha. I'm stealing that joke!

Anonymous said...

To anonymous, go vegetarian, lol. A friend told me a story about a time she worked, years ago, at a pickle/relish company, and one day they found a coworker, or parts of him at least, after filling the days worth of relish jars. AND THEY DIDN'T DISCARD the packed relish!!! She didn't know if the guy got drunk and fell into vat, or was pushed in, but either way, I haven't eaten relish ever since! The contamination is in ALL food, or should I say "food like products" because with gmo etc. in processed foods, there is little resemblance to real food, in the industrialized manufacturing process. We have to make our own food if we want to be sure of its integrity.

Anonymous said...

colossans 1:26

from hints of cannibalism

cannibalism, sacrifice or unholy sacrament

straight from the table of demons

i'm not a religious person, nor do i call myself a christian

i certainly can't prove what i said

when i can't even explain why i'm saying it

Anonymous said...

I am glad I made the choice to quit eating all meat last December. I am eating better and my fridge has more food in it than ever.

Ian said...

North Korean takeaway? with the rice that they do not have.

Ian said...

buttock burger? do you want flies with that? Yeeuch!

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