‘Human Waste’ found in Coca Cola cans as Turkish CEO is Expected to Resign

The “Wasteful” News

According to a report by The Irish Independent, “Police have launched an investigation after what appears to be human waste was found in a shipment of drinks cans at a Coca Cola factory…”

The Coca Cola factory workers in Antrim, Ireland were horrified to discover the human waste in empty cans of Coca Cola, that had arrived at the factory without tops on, scheduled to be filled with the fizzy drink before they are sealed and sold.

“The rumor is that some poor immigrants, who could have made that long journey in the lorry, and that in their desperation were forced to use the cans instead of a toilet.

Is There a Conspiracy?

Allegedly, the cans were supposed to arrive from the UK but they arrived from Germany…

If we take a look at the news from another angle, it is well known that the Coca Cola is managed by Ahmet Muhtar Kent, a Turkish-American business executive, and member of the Turkish American Lobby, that aims “intensely” to prevent the passage of HR 106, the United States resolution on Armenian genocide.

A few years ago, Kent had been lobbying, along with Oprah’s famous Dr. OZ, with the largest Turkish group in the United States. The lobby had prepared a plan to counter efforts by Armenian lobby groups on the eve of the Genocide Centennial anniversary of the 1915 events. Moreover, they organized at least 20 “day-long conferences” in partnership with local universities, with the participation of Dr. Mehmet Öz and Muhtar Kent.

Kent is the chairman and chief executive officer of The Coca-Cola Company. He was appointed to the position of chief executive officer of the company in 2008 and became chairman of the board in 2009.
In December 2016, Coca Cola announced that Kent would step down as CEO in May 2017, making way for COO James Quincey to take the top spot.

Whatever the investigation outcome may be, it smells like Turkish ‘Human Waste’ conspiracy.

Sources: The Irish Independent and Wiki

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