Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Kosher Criminal Reversing Trends: Human Fat Goes To Pork Bellies

German Jewish Doctor Sells Lipomeal to 
Pig Farmers

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

Dr. Faust Finkleman says that he did not intend to violate any of Germany's laws nor did he wish to offend German Jews when he processed medical waste from his seven liposuction centers into a product he calls Lipomeal.
Schwein,the hog, with
Dr. Finkleman
raised solely on Lipomeal and
and discarded hops
from the  Beck's and
Widner Breweries.
"I was just trying to be a good steward of what most people consider a waste by-product," said Dr. Finkleman who says his own ancestry should mitigate against criticism of racial bias from either Jews or German Gentiles.  "My father was a Polish sausage maker, beef only, but he always dreamed of cloning a non-cloven-hoofed hog so that he could by-pass the Kosher laws and tap into the bacon market.  My mother was a Kohler and her grandfather on her mother's side was a German Lutheran Von Koch."

The Food Security Center (FSC)  a newly established university center at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany which is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds of the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of Germany may be assigned the task of looking deeper into Dr. Finkleman's business plan for Lipomeal.   The mission of FSC is "to make effective and innovative scientific contributions in research, teaching, and policy advice to eradicate hunger and achieve food security in collaboration with partner Higher Education Institutions in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and national and international development and research organizations."

"I am not sure what they are going to charge me with," said Dr. Finkleman, "and whether it is a criminal or civil offense, but I was told yesterday that it is a criminal offense to feed human medical waste to animals so I'm expecting the worst."

Meanwhile, authorities are looking into the possibility of reevaluating this policy given concerns of worldwide food shortages in some areas and record obesity in others.  "A change in thinking with factories producing Lipomeal, particularly in America in states like Texas, New Mexico, Southern Arizona and California could deeply impact food shortages and reduce world hunger," said Otto Opperman of the BMZ.

While the Association of Conservative Jewish Rabbi's (ACJR) said that they would never support Dr. Finkleman's new product, they were interested in supporting genetic research that could produce a non-cloven-hoofed hog.  Especially ACJR's Rabbi Sol Hepperman, who accidentally ate a BLT while on a civil rights protest in Selma, Alabama in 1968.  AFSC’s activities deal with issues of sustainable food availability, food access, food use, and food utilization. More information is available from http://www.foodsecurity.de/. 

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