Daily Archives: July 23, 2011

Frankenstein: British scientists create 150 human/animal embryos

You just know that Josef Mengele must be proud as hell that British scientists have adopted his values…

“UK SCIENTISTS have created more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos in British laboratories.

The hybrids have been produced in secret over the past three years by researchers looking into possible cures for a wide range of diseases.

The revelation comes a day after a committee of scientists warned of a nightmare Planet of the Apes scenario in which work on human-animal creations goes too far…”

… from the Herald Sun article: Labs grow human-animal hybrids

Barbados must remember…

When Owen Arthur announced that our country would be the “stem cell center of the world”, it ended very badly with the cells of murdered Ukrainian babies being shipped here for research and cosmetic use.

Science and medicine without controls, ethics or morality always degenerates into evil.

Further Reading from BFP’s past articles…

The Thriving Fetal Body Parts Industry In Barbados

“The Government of Barbados has some serious explaining to do about how it climbed into bed with an organization that is now accused of murdering newborn infants for their body organs.”

from the BFP article The Nation Newspaper Tackles Barbados Clinic – Baby Murder Story

Not pretty, but a compelling read for any who have doubts about whether Barbados should be allowing medical companies to do what they wish in our country – simply because they bring in foreign exchange funds…

BFP: BREAKING – BBC Has Video: Healthy Ukrainian Newborns Murdered For Body Parts – Destination Barbados Clinic

BFP: The Nation Newspaper Tackles Barbados Clinic – Baby Murder Story

BFP: How Much Money Did Barbados Labour Party Receive From Stem Cell Clinic?

BFP: Barbados Clinic Baby Murder Scandal


Filed under Ethics, Health

Inter-American Development Bank funding destruction of East Coast.

Get your photos while you can, folks!

by Mullins Bay Blog with BFP’s Cliverton

Visitors to our West Coast are often surprised to find that many coastal vistas have no relation at all to what they have seen in the travel brochures. The vast expanses of fine beach sand shown in the 20 year old travel brochure photos are largely gone. All that remains is a narrow band – in some cases not even that. Except, of course, where privileged and politically connected land-holders have installed groynes to capture the beach sand for their own use. All at the expense of their neighbours, but why worry about such small details when you have the support and approval of a government that you made political contributions to?

In late February the director of the CZMU made cryptic remarks on CBC TV about using a portion of the $60M they just borrowed from the IDB (to tackle beach erosion on the island) to support projects in the Scotland District. Now we are learning where those projects really are.

It is obvious that in order to create swimming areas for these East Coast condo projects they are going to have to re-engineer the beaches at Cove Bay, Boscobelle, and the other areas in the Scotland District from where the “many requests“ are coming.

That means they will be exporting the rock revetments, groynes and offshore breakwaters that have destroyed the beaches on the west coast to the east coast.

The fix is already in, folks, get your pictures of the picturesque east coast now.


Filed under Barbados, Barbados Tourism, Environment