California – The State of Dr Moreau
By General Maddox.
In a world first scientists at the Salk Institute in California have created a human / pig hybrid embryo. The stated goal of which is to grow human organs to order. However these scientists admitted their more immediate application will be of great benefit to Big Pharma.
“The more immediate applications will be in disease modeling and drug testing”.
The Salk Institute is of course heavily tied into the vaccine industry. Salk was one of the main drivers of the Salk Polio Vaccine. A vaccine with a horrid past.
An article by RT.com also confirms that Big Pharma and its desire to endlessly create more and more drugs to sell will benefit from this type of research.
“But it is hoped that it could be used to create new kinds of single-celled organisms that could lead to the discovery of new drugs”.
So it appears this isn’t just about trying to help sick people who need organ transplants. No. It appears more likely this is about developing more and more vaccines that can be tested on human/pig hybrids so as not to need actual human trials. Possibly in the hope of speeding up the process in order to sell more vaccines to governments who have locked their citizens into having them.
There doesn’t appear to be any uproar or questioning as to the ethical nature of creating such an abomination by the establishment. An article by the Sydney Morning Herald practically praises this so-called “scientific breakthrough” and makes no mention of the possible drastic implications for man-kind if this technology was out in the open.
A quote from the movie Jurassic Park rings very true for this exact scenario…
“Scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should!”
Then of course there’s this possibility
But in all seriousness this type of “science” which is science for profit instead of science for the betterment of humanity seems to have no limits. No checks and balances. No one but us to say “hang on a minute, is this worth it?”.
The many thousands of people waiting for organ donors would probably agree it is. But like so many advancements in technology that comes at the expense of a part of nature, surely people need to perhaps reconsider.