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Cancel Anti-Culture! Floyd Blasphemy REMOVED From Catholic University

This appears to be the same deception which was used to justify the pachamama statue. Back then they claimed, "Oh, that's really the Blessed Virgin Mary", which turned out to be false. Here, the CU media statement says "There are those who would like to see George Floyd as the male figure in the icon. That is not how we read it." However, in response to an interview question where the artist was …More
This appears to be the same deception which was used to justify the pachamama statue. Back then they claimed, "Oh, that's really the Blessed Virgin Mary", which turned out to be false. Here, the CU media statement says "There are those who would like to see George Floyd as the male figure in the icon. That is not how we read it." However, in response to an interview question where the artist was asked, "Is it George Floyd or Jesus?" the artist replied "Yes". Therefore there is a clear intention to depict George Floyd as Jesus, at least on the artist's part.

catholic.edu/communications/letters/law-school-icon.html

christiancentury.org/…w/iconographer-kelly-latimore-sees-god-plain-sight
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Missing the Point about Remote Cooperation / Appropriation

Many of those medications were developed and in use long before HEK-293 even existed. The claim "If Any Drug Tested on HEK-293 Is Immoral, Goodbye Modern Medicine" doesn't address the distinction that testing on HEK-293 as part of a medicine's development is a closer connection than testing some years later (possibly by another party).

HEK-293 was obtained in 1973 and published in 1977. Compare…More
Many of those medications were developed and in use long before HEK-293 even existed. The claim "If Any Drug Tested on HEK-293 Is Immoral, Goodbye Modern Medicine" doesn't address the distinction that testing on HEK-293 as part of a medicine's development is a closer connection than testing some years later (possibly by another party).

HEK-293 was obtained in 1973 and published in 1977. Compare that to when medications on this list became available for medical use (I only looked up the first 10 over-the-counter medicines: 8 of which were available for medical use before HEK-293 even existed):

Acetaminophen (1950s)
Ibuprofen (1960s)
Asprin (pre-1900)
Pseudoephedrine (late 1800s)
Diphenhydramine (1940s)
Dextromethorphan (1950s)
Guaifenesin (FDA approved 1952)
Calcium Carbonate (medical use in early 1900s)