A South Korean documentary crew is accusing Chinese pharmaceutical companies of selling dead baby pills as stamina boosters.
China’s Big Pharma is literally making a killing from a new endeavor. According to a South Korean SBS TV documentary team, their industry is selling pills with ground dead babies as stamina boosters.
The team documents the horrific and disturbing story behind the dead baby pills, a secretive, lucrative business.
Chinese hospitals and abortion clinics apparently have connections with the business and alert pharmaceutical companies of their dead babies, mainly from abortions or still births.
The companies buy the corpses, and allegedly keep them in various families’ refrigerators to prevent detection. Then, they place the corpses in a drying microwave and grind them, placing them into capsules. They are then ready to be sold, according to the Korean documentary.
Is there any proof of this grim practice? The team acquired the pills and ran some DNA tests. The results showed that the pills were 99.7 percent human. Hair and nail remnants were also detected; even the baby’s gender was identified. This documentary was aired (with visuals) on August 6th, in South Korea.
What’s more, SBS revealed that the South Korean market for the baby capsules was fulfilled because there have been business networks between China and South Korea for some time now.
Aside from the dead baby pills, Chinese hospital staff are supposedly openly involved with the business of microwave dried placenta.
This writer has not been able to locate any documentary links. Sometimes, a story or photo on the internet cause wide spread knee jerk reactions before validated. One example, is the claim that in Taiwan, barbecued fetuses are available in some restaurants. The photo supposedly turned out to be a conceptual art piece (we hope).
However, this not the first time the dead babies as stamina pills scandal has been brought forth. In 1995, U.S. Representative Frank Wolf asserted that he had credible reports of the same exact practice listed above. He called for the Clinton administration and human rights groups to investigate and take action, but nothing became of it.
It is with sincerest hope that this information be proven incorrect or at least overstated.