|Posted on Wednesday, November 05, 2003 - 7:35 pm: || |
What they are doing to milk:
|Posted on Wednesday, November 05, 2003 - 7:39 pm: || |
Connection between Monsanto and FDA:
|Posted on Wednesday, November 05, 2003 - 9:45 pm: || |
And of course we need this one:
|Posted on Thursday, November 06, 2003 - 2:41 am: || |
On one of the above sites is a link to a scathing poem about "Monsatan":
|Posted on Thursday, November 06, 2003 - 7:10 pm: || |
DDT, Agent Orange, aspartame, bovine growth hormone, genetically modified seeds...what a legacy!
|Posted on Monday, November 10, 2003 - 3:21 pm: || |
Don't forget the PCBs they invented that destroyed the fishing industry in the Hudson River. And Roundup, which interferes in amino acid metabolism.
|Deb A. |
|Posted on Monday, November 10, 2003 - 5:49 pm: || |
|Posted on Tuesday, November 11, 2003 - 6:21 am: || |
If you believe in reincarnation could Donald Rumsfeld have been Hitler?
|Posted on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 - 5:09 pm: || |
Hitler had a terrifying agenda, Rumsfeld is just an ex-corporate CEO with a huge ego, in over his head who doesn't understand the damage he is causing. If he did, he would be taking excitotoxins out of the rations the troops are eating. Hitler was truly evil - Rumsfeld is just the wrong guy for the job.
|Posted on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 - 8:15 pm: || |
Actually, Hitler's blood relatives are alive and well and living on Long Island.
As to Donald Rumsfeld being the reincarnation of Hitler, there are others much more closely associated.
|Posted on Friday, November 14, 2003 - 9:14 am: || |
In the 1920's many people liked the early Hitler because they saw he was able to turn around a dying economy in post war Germany. At that time there was no evidence yet of his demonic nature. Many bankers got involved in what they thought was promising future for Germany.
|Posted on Friday, November 14, 2003 - 6:17 pm: || |
If the Bush family was unaware of Hitler's intentions in the 1920's, they must have known by the 1930's and 1940's.
|Posted on Saturday, November 15, 2003 - 3:45 am: || |
Back to George W. and Monsanto.
|Posted on Saturday, November 15, 2003 - 9:34 am: || |
This article would have us believe that the Bush family knowingly supported Hitler's plans for world dominance and the extermination of Jews from day one and that somehow, all the Bushes up to our president are tainted by the folly of an ancestor. I'm not a Republican, but let's be fair. I hate the arrogance and ignorance of people in power like Rumfield and the people behind Monsanto and Searl Nutrasweet and MSG. I also get very ticked with people I try to talk to who think I'm crazy when I tell them about MSG. It's people's prejudice, ambition, greed, laziness, and stupidity that are the enemies here.
|Posted on Saturday, November 15, 2003 - 1:16 pm: || |
I agree it would be unfair to blame subsequent generations for the misdeeds of their forebears, who at the very least held their nose and looked the other way rather than sacrifice profits. Still, I would hope that subsequent generations would learn from the past and help those in need, not those with greed.
|Posted on Saturday, November 15, 2003 - 2:43 pm: || |
|Posted on Sunday, November 23, 2003 - 11:21 am: || |
More on Monsanto, and so that no one party takes all the blame, per the site below "Gore voted with Senate conservatives in 1985 against aspartame labelling."
|Posted on Thursday, January 08, 2004 - 8:55 am: || |
On this link,
you can find this:
In case you were in doubt about Monsanto's
motives for producing GE crops:
A Monsanto official told the New York Times, October 25, 1998, that the corporation should not have to take responsibility for the safety of its food products. "Monsanto should not have to vouchsafe the safety of biotech food," said Phil Angell, Monsanto's director of corporate communications. "Our interest is in selling as much of it as possible. Assuring its safety is the FDA's job."
Hmmm. Let's think about that a bit. They don't want responsibility for the consequences of their biotech food. No conscience. Don't give a rat's a.. about your health. All they are interested in is making money. Not in improving the world. Not in creating a product that they can be proud of. Just money. Safety?? That's FDA's job.
But wait a minute! Monsanto is one of several companies controlling FDA. FDA doesn't give a rat's a.. about your health either. The -real- function of FDA is to approve Monsanto's products.
|Posted on Sunday, November 06, 2005 - 11:08 am: || |
Monsanto invented a new kind of rat poison. It seems to work very well.
But they are going to market it as food for humans.
They don't give a rat's @$$.
Is there any way to get those dirty rats at Monsanto to eat their own GM soy rat poison?
|Posted on Sunday, November 06, 2005 - 4:35 pm: || |
Thanks for that article Jerry. That is beyond sickening. I have been avoiding soy since on the MSG free diet.
|Posted on Monday, November 07, 2005 - 9:54 am: || |
cyanocobalamin....anyone have info on it??? Found ACT enery drink "safe for diabetics" Ha top list of ingredients look great till you get to the bottom section...maltodextrin and this stuff...was going to E-mail company since they responded so quickly but not sure what this is???
Looking it up but you guys know more
|Posted on Monday, November 07, 2005 - 12:57 pm: || |
Debbey, it's just a really scary name for Vitamin B12.
|Posted on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 - 11:19 am: || |
Avoid this. In the worst case scenario, it acts as an anti-vitamin and can cause a deficiancy of B12. In the best case scenario, it is not used very well and is of little or no therapeutic value.
Better is methylcobalamin. Recommended by Blaylock in "Health and Nutrition Secrets".
|Posted on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 - 3:47 pm: || |
More from Jerry about methylcobalamin:
|Posted on Wednesday, November 09, 2005 - 12:20 pm: || |
Jerry, thanks for posting that link to the soy story. It's fascinating. At the end of the article, you can click and send it on to others. I sent to everyone I know...so many friends of mine swear by soy products for hot flashes or for low fat items...I keep trying to warn them...hope this helps.
|Posted on Wednesday, November 09, 2005 - 12:24 pm: || |
Hurray for Monsanto....for giving us all these wonderful soy products....and DDT, agent orange, genentically engineered seeds, bovine growth hormone and so much more.
|Posted on Monday, March 06, 2006 - 2:46 pm: || |
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|Posted on Friday, June 15, 2007 - 11:15 pm: || |
Here is a short movie about Monsanto.
Fox News Kills Monsanto Milk Story
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|Posted on Saturday, June 16, 2007 - 4:55 am: || |
Thank you for that link. This story is unbelivable, yet of course, we know it to be true.
This just happened, some success in banning milk labeled as organic:
OCA ALERT UPDATE: SUCCESS!
FACTORY FARM DAIRY SUPPLYING HORIZON LOSES ORGANIC CERTIFICATION
After more than a year of efforts to raise public awareness, the OCA and the Cornucopia Institute celebrated a major victory last week when, for the first time, a massive 10,000 head intensive confinement California feedlot dairy had its organic certification suspended. Prior to OCA's boycott, this factory farm supplied Horizon Organic. "This is a big victory for the farm families around the country who work so hard to create milk and dairy products that meet a high ethical standard," said Mark Kastel, Cornucopia's senior farm policy analyst. The Cornucopia Institute says that the good news about organic dairy products is that the vast majority are produced with high integrity and meet the spirit and letter of the organic law.
Learn more: http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_5565.cfm
PRODUCT PLUNDER OF THE WEEK:
HORIZON ANNOUNCES FURTHER LOSSES AS OCA BOYCOTT CONTINUES
This week, Horizon, the largest organic dairy company in the U.S., announced, for the second time this year that its profits are decreasing. Horizon dairy is one of several brands being boycotted by the OCA and thousands of organic consumers due to the company's practice of sourcing milk from giant dairy feedlots where the animals have little or no access to pasture. Gregg Engles, the CEO of Dean Foods (Horizon's parent company) blamed recent profit losses on "considerable disruption" in the organic dairy marketplace. When OCA launched its boycott in 2006, Engles claimed factory farmed organics were necessary in order to produce enough organic milk to meet growing consumer demands. Ironically, this week Engles said part of the blame for the company's profit losses is due to an oversupply of organic dairy in the marketplace.
Learn more: http://www.organicconsumers.org/rd/boycott.cfm
TARGETS OF OCA'S ONGOING "ORGANIC" FACTORY FARM DAIRY BOYCOTT
Horizon, Costco's "Kirkland Signature," Safeway's "O" organics brand, Publix's "High Meadows, "Giant's "Natures Promise," "Woodstock Farms" and Wild Oats' organic milk.
|Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2007 - 2:02 pm: || |
Jerry and Lisa Marie, thanks for the links and milk info. I sent them on to everyone one I know. You can surely see what we are up against with MSG when you watch that video clip.
I hope the milk we drink is still safe. I only use Organic Valley whole milk, and I dilute it half and half with filtered water.
|Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2007 - 2:06 pm: || |
Think I will begin to make my own almond milk again...got away from it for awhile. It's so easy the way I make it. I put 1 cup of slivered almonds in the blender with 4 cups of water and blend 4 minutes. You can strain it through a cloth or fine mesh strainer if you prefer. It's great real cold and can be used just like milk in cooking or baking. I add a pinch of sugar sometimes.
|Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2007 - 4:43 pm: || |
According to Dr. McDougall there ain't no such thing as safe milk.
Go to Google Video and search McDougall + milk
You will find a 43 minute movie of Dr. McDougall kicking the s**t out of milk and the dairy industry and Monsanto.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 7:25 am: || |
Animals refuse to eat GM foods. When they are forced to eat it, bad things happen to them.
Monsanto doesn't give a rat's
xxx posterior about your health or feeding the world or anything good. I think maybe Monsanto is in on the plan to reduce the planet's population to 500 million.
"Everything you HAVE TO KNOW about Dangerous Genetically Modified Foods" - long video
This video explains why I quit corn.
Did Monsanto ever do anything that is not bad?
Monsanto wants to patent everything we eat.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 4:25 pm: || |
Jerry, I agree with you. Since my corn and soy allergy I have learned a lot about the horrors of GMOs and how prevalent they are in our society. I know people think I am a conspiracy theorist, but I truly believe that Monsanto is in the process of "owning" the world's food supply. I think that takes the word monopoly to a whole new level. What scares me is that the truth sounds so over-the-top that people don't believe it. I hear pompous asses spouting that "feed the world" propaganda all the time and they truly believe the PR crap that Monsanto is talking. They think it makes them an intellectual and they try to make people like me sound irrational and extremist. There is just no way a rational and logical person would not be scared of GMOs once they find out all the facts. Thanks for posting the link.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 7:33 pm: || |
aargh. yes. i am right there with both of you - even tho it does sound so extreme & conspiricist nevertheless i still believe its true. its just sooooo hard getting anyone else to listen, if they have not allready been doing some research of their own.
monsanto has a lot of dirty dirty secrets and a great deal of power, and they are very strategically rising to prominence in a very quiet way. by the time most of the world is aware of what is going on, it will be too late (personally, i fear it allready is). the truth is that no one has any idea of what impact GMOs will have on all earthbound life. there are signs allready tho... ugly ones. for anyone who is looking...
ive been worrying about all this since i first heard about monsanto and their starlink corn, about 10 years ago... back when my older son was first starting to manifest so many issues. honestly, those guys scare me to death. all those big chem companies do... but something about monsanto... i dont know...
anyway, i noticed they are on the Forbes list of Global High Performers this year (Forbes 2010 Special Issue, on newstands thru July 26). they may not be in The Forbes Top 100 yet... but it definitely shows that chemically-sensitive people like ourselves are not the only ones who are believing monsanto should be closely watched.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 10:29 pm: || |
Most people believe that it isn't an issue that effects them so they're not interested. I wish it was just a matter of choice. If I could just choose to avoid them and let everyone else eat them up, I would never mention it. But, the more they are planted, the more it effects the foods that are available to me and the biodiversity of food crops. I wish everyone would just wake up and see that there will soon be no corn that isn't GMO. That is huge! We have systematically wiped out an incredible amount of varieties of a major food crop in less than a generation and replaced it with something humans can't eat. They want to do it with alfalfa (control of the grassfed meat and dairy), wheat, rice and sugar, too. (I don't count soy or cotton because I don't think they should be ingested by humans anyway)
These are my favorite sites about GMOs: http://www.foodpolitics.com/tag/gm-genetically-modified/
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 12:09 am: || |
Im right there with you guys on this one. I recently found out that while Ireland has a "sort of" gmo free policy we are in fact the biggest importers of gmo animal feed in Europe...thats scary!!! People look at me like im mad if i raise the topic. I expect you all know that feeling. I recently was sent a petition to sign (electronically via email) to oppose the planned introduction of more GMO crops to in Europe. I posted on my facebook page, and out of 100 on my friends list NOT ONE person signed it!!! No interest whatsoever. I regularly post articles on GMO and other food related horrors that dont get read or generate any interest. Its is infuriating to think that people will only sit up and take and notice of what is on their plate and the damage it is doing us when it is too late, if it isnt too late already. Rant over!!!
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 5:19 am: || |
ali, I've had similar experiences with trying to educate my friends and family - no one seems interested. It's all very frustrating. Everyone seem interested in how their food looks, how it tastes, how fast they can get a meal and how cheaply they can buy it - not what's in it. I think if they bought into the "poison" facts, they fear they would have to change their lifestyles, and that isn't something most people want to do.
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 6:18 am: || |
I think you have hit the nail on the head Di, fear of the unknown, fear of having to learn to cook, fear of all the time it will take, fear of the cost etc. But im living testiment that ANYONE can learn to cook. Believe me , its been a steep learning curve, but i wouldnt trade my new skills for all the packet mixes in the world. And all the energy i now have from my improved diet, means i have the get up and go, to crack on in the kitchen and enjoy the challenges of shopping on a budget and eating well. All positive when the efforts made. I wish others would believe me.
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 5:32 pm: || |
"Food Biggest Secret Alex Jones PT1"
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 5:46 pm: || |
I think Monsanto is in the business of ruining food. On purpose.
|Posted on Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 5:53 pm: || |
"John Holdren, Obama's Science Czar, says: Forced abortions and mass sterilization needed to save the planet
Book he authored in 1977 advocates for extreme totalitarian measures to control the population"
I think Monsanto is in on this.
|Posted on Friday, July 30, 2010 - 4:53 am: || |
It may not be mainstream at this point, but the growth of local farmers markets and CSAs points to some success in grassroots efforts aimed at the food industry, as well as documentaries, like Food, Inc. showing on television. Those who care will get the message. We are a small voice, growing louder each day. Gotta go water my garden
|Posted on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 - 12:15 pm: || |
Jerry, it truly frightens me to know what is being done to this country, our food, and our health.
|Posted on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 - 3:29 pm: || |
Likewise... likewise...likewise. aaarggh.
thank you Jerry, for the link. ugh. much there to consider.
thank you again DebA, for this forum which allows us to openly share our concerns from so many different angles.
im with you too Evelyn- think i will also go out & water my garden now...
keep fighting for the truth to be freely known. i'm praying HIS Mercies to us all
|Posted on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 - 10:34 pm: || |
Jerry, thanks for posting the links.
I didn't realize that every nook & cranny of our food supply is putrefied.
Pathetic how our food chain has been Frankenstein'd.
I wonder what those "visions of the anointed" are eating!
It's up to us to forward those links to enlighten others so we can forge change by speaking with our feet. When we don't buy, the mfgr's must change.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 - 7:00 pm: || |
"Monsanto’s Roundup Triggers Over 40 Plant Diseases and Endangers Human and Animal Health"
Monsanto's Roundup herbicide kills all plants except Roundup-Ready plants invented by Monsanto. Even food plants.
Roundup-Ready Plants are GM plants. That means they are bad for you.
Then the Roundup herbicide damages the soil. If the crop grows, it is sick (besides being GM). Then insects that prefer sick plants eat it. If there is anything left for you to eat and if you eat it, you get sick.
Don't use any Roundup herbicide or Roundup-Ready plants. Hit Monsanto in the bottom line where it hurts.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 - 2:36 pm: || |
Perhaps it would help to list those crops again:
"These genetically modified (GM) plants, which now include soy, corn, cotton, canola, and sugar beets, have inserted genetic material from viruses and bacteria that allows the crops to withstand applications of normally deadly Roundup."
Remember if you see "sugar" on an ingredient label, it can be sugar from cane or beets or both. Brands like Haagen Daas have moved to GM beet sugar exclusively. Look for these terms instead of "sugar": organic sugar, organic evaporated cane juice, cane sugar. This is going to be a bigger and bigger problem as HFCS has come under fire and companies want to appear to offer a "healthy" alternative to corn syrup. Also, unless you specifically buy organic canola oil, it is GM. This includes any product that contains canola oil. It must be listed as organic canola or the canola is GM.
Soy is also exclusively GM unless it is listed as "organic soy" on the label. Cotton is NOT a food crop. It also contains the highest concentrations of pesticides and chemicals of any other crop in America. Don't eat anything with cottonseed oil listed as an ingredient!
Other Monsanto monstrosities include Hawaiian GM papaya, some zucchini and yellow squash. This is a really succinct page listing ways to avoid buying GMOs:
|Posted on Friday, February 18, 2011 - 11:55 am: || |
just for heart-stopping fun & giggles...
(taking bets how long any of this info will survive)
|Posted on Monday, February 21, 2011 - 2:10 pm: || |
Monsanto wants farmers to sign a legal document that says whatever Monsanto does is the farmer's fault and the farmer can be sued. And the farmer is not allowed to sell the farm unless this legal document goes with the farm.
"Monsanto Shifts ALL Liability to Farmers"
--- quote ---
Please Read the Full Article "Monsanto Shifts ALL Liability to
Monsanto Technology Stewardship Agreement:
GROWER'S EXCLUSIVE LIMITED REMEDY: THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE GROWER
AND THE LIMIT OF THE LIABILITY OF MONSANTO OR ANY SELLER FOR ANY AND
ALL LOSSES, INJURY OR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OR HANDLING OF
SEED (INCLUDING CLAIMS BASED IN CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, PRODUCT
LIABILITY, STRICT LIABILITY, TORT, OR OTHERWISE) SHALL BE THE PRICE
PAID BY THE GROWER FOR THE QUANTITY OF THE SEED INVOLVED OR, AT THE
ELECTION OF MONSANTO OR THE SEED SELLER, THE REPLACEMENT OF THE SEED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL MONSANTO OR ANY SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES.
Australia: Organic Farmer vs. GM Farmer:
GM Bt Cotton Linked to Livestock Deaths:
Interview with Phil Geertson (Alfalfa seed grower who challenged
Monsanto all the way to the Supreme Court):
--- end quote ---
|Posted on Wednesday, July 06, 2011 - 1:14 am: || |
Free to watch movie, "The Future of Food", here:
|Posted on Wednesday, July 06, 2011 - 3:50 am: || |
Another way to get that movie, if you can't get it from hulu in your country, is:
"The Future of Food"
--- quote ---
There is a food revolution happening in America today. People are seeking out farmers' markets, organic produce and good restaurants. At the same time, our food supply is increasingly controlled by multi-national corporations. Over the past 10 years, with the advent of genetic engineering and the massive expansion of pesticide companies, like Monsanto, into the seed business, the very nature of our food system has radically changed with potentially disastrous effects on our food security. Patenting of life is now permitted, no labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMO's) in food is required, research is conducted on these issues by universities beholden to the "agri-corps" who fund them, and the major regulatory agencies are run by former execs from these very companies. All the while, the average citizens remain blissfully unaware that they are eating GMO food and supporting the aggressive "corporatization' of their food sources. In fascinating and accessible terms, 'The Future of Food' illuminates the major issues ultimately affecting us all -- some surreal, some futuristic, many frightening. Yet, 'The Future of Food' is a hopeful film, featuring insightful and moving interviews with farmers, agriculture and business experts and policymakers. It sees a future in which an informed consumer can join the revolution by demanding natural, healthy food sources that insure environmental integrity.
--- end quote ---
You can download youtube videos with youtube-dl. You might want to do that because sometimes movies disappear from the internet. I download youtube videos all the time, and then I burn them onto DVDs. Some day maybe I will figure out what to do with the stuff I have on DVD.
|Posted on Thursday, July 07, 2011 - 12:59 pm: || |
Jerry, what is "youtube-dl"?
|Posted on Thursday, July 07, 2011 - 5:08 pm: || |
youtube-dl is a small command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter, version 2.x (x being at least 5), and it is not platform specific. It should work in your Unix box, in Windows or in Mac OS X. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 - 2:14 pm: || |
This is a big picture showing how government regulates Monsanto. Click on the picture to make it larger so you can read it.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 - 12:40 pm: || |
Shocking!! No wonder you can never successfully sue that company...and if they do get a fine, big deal...it's pennies to them. How can anyone trust the FDA or the USDA? We are on our own when it comes to defending our cause and taking our health into our own hands. But I have faith in honest people and I can sense there is a growing awareness of the unhealthy food we have been subjected to.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 - 1:55 pm: || |
Talk about the fox guarding the hen house!
|Posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 - 2:00 pm: || |
Of course in this case the public is the hen house and the fox is the Monsanto run FDA.
|Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2012 - 2:35 am: || |
"Help stop former Monsanto VP from attaining top position at the FDA - sign the petition"
I heard a rumor about Michael R. Taylor, that there was a special place in 773H for him. But Satan the Devil kicked him out of 773H. Satan said, "We have enough trouble here already; we don't need YOU!!" So Michael R. Taylor came back to planet Earth.
How can we send this guy back to 773H where he belongs?
|Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2012 - 4:21 am: || |
The direct link to the petition page:
|Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2012 - 2:47 pm: || |
Thanks Jerry & Roy, I just signed it. Hope a lot of others here will too.
|Posted on Friday, February 03, 2012 - 2:31 am: || |
I hope EVERYONE here signs the petition.
"Study shows genetically modified crops 'can cause liver and kidney damage' "
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1244824/Fears-grow-study-shows-genetically-modified-crops-cause-liver-kidney-damage.html#ixzz1lJjwsyyu
|Posted on Friday, February 03, 2012 - 3:02 am: || |
Maybe we can force GMOs out like the UK did:
|Posted on Friday, February 03, 2012 - 7:36 am: || |
Celebration is premature.
"Correction: victory against GMOs and Monsanto not achieved in UK"
But maybe some day we will kick their hind ends.
|Posted on Friday, February 03, 2012 - 8:59 am: || |
Sorry to hear this. I hope California's ballot initiative succeeds.
|Posted on Friday, February 03, 2012 - 11:39 am: || |
I just signed and mailed the petition to everyone I know.. Please pass this information on, everyone!
|Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 8:59 am: || |
Government protects Monsanto.
"White House, US Courts & EPA Shaft Veterans to Protect Monsanto"
History suggests that it is the nature of government to tend toward evil. A government might start half decent but over time it tends to evolve toward evil. To some degree this tendency of government to become more and more evil can be slowed down by constitutions, rebellions, and the blood of martyrs. What is the longest freedom ever lasted?
History suggests that there is no limit to the degree of evil government can evolve to.
We in USA and Canada are accustomed to thinking of government as something benevolent, like a kindly parent. Time to change that thinking. The Founding Fathers were terrified of government and that is why they created the Constitution. The purpose of the Constitution was to cage the T. Rex. But now the T. Rex is breaking out of the cage and all 773H is happening.
Last chance: Vote for Ron Paul.
If you can't vote for Ron Paul, vote for 'none of the above'.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 2:50 pm: || |
I agree about Monsanto, but whether or not you agree with his politics, Ron Paul is too ineffective to be of use towards any goal. Of the 620 bills he sponsored through December 2011, over a period of more than 22 years in Congress, only one was signed into law (for the sale of a federal customhouse building).
|Posted on Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 4:43 pm: || |
Even if Ron Paul accomplishes nothing, that is better than what the other guys do.
Have a look at this picture. Why would anyone vote in favor of all those bad things?
People are starting to wake up. People are more waked up in 2012 than they were in 2008. The tide is turning. Don't quit when the tide is in your favor. The NWO is terrified of Ron Paul and Alex Jones and Judge Andrew Napolitano and Sheriff Mack and the Oathkeepers. The NWO is getting its butt kicked. Join in the fun.
Ron Paul wants to cut government spending $1 trillion first year. Another trillion later. He wants to get rid of 5 (five) government departments first year.
When asked who he would pick as vice prez, he said Judge Andrew Napolitano would be a good choice.
Ron Paul gets more support from the military than all other candidates from both parties combined.
Unfortunately it is not likely that Ron Paul will get elected as prez because the elections are dishonest. The ballots are deliberately counted wrong. But even that will show up how corrupt the system is and will add to the tide against them.
Don't give up the just and honorable fight. The most glorious thing a Klingon warrior can do is die in battle.
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2012 - 2:00 am: || |
Jerry, your link says Ron Paul is the only anti-war candidate, then add that he is the most popular with the military. Maybe it's because they know he will not do anything to stop anyone who is hurting anyone else. Monsanto would have a green light under his administration.
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2012 - 10:21 am: || |
The reason why the troops like Ron Paul is not a matter of speculation. Adam Kokesh was interviewed on the Alex Jones show and he made it clear why the troops favor Ron Paul. The troops want the illegal wars to end.
"Adam on Infowars Nightly News - Vets for Ron Paul to march on RNC"
If Ron Paul doesn't get much done, it is because there is only one of him and many of the others. The solution to that is not to reject him but to elect more like him and to elect him prez.
About Monsanto having a green light. Monsanto already has a green light. And it wasn't Ron Paul's doing.
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2012 - 12:28 pm: || |
Jerry, I'm afraid that Ron Paul would be isolationist and also keep us out of wars that we should be in, not just those we have no business fighting. I know Monsanto has a green light, and believe that Ron Paul would not only favor letting Monsanto continue to do so, but would also oppose any regulations requiring companies to list GMO's, free glutamate content, etc.
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2012 - 5:06 pm: || |
If you want to know the truth about Ron Paul, ignore lamestream media. They either ignore him or tell lies about him. There is even evidence of election fraud to prevent Ron Paul from winning. The establishment is terrified of him and will go to any length to ignore him or tell lies about him, maybe even assassinate him.
I will let Ron Paul speak for himself.
"Ron Paul explains he's not an Isolationist" 3 min
Ron Paul is not opposed to wars that are consistent with the Constitution.
"Ron Paul - Obama Violated War Powers and Constitution" 1:26
"Ron Paul on The Constitution and War - from 11/12/11 CBS Debate"
On the idea that Iran is a threat, that is just lies, like the lies they told about Iraq. Iran is one of the most peaceful countries in the world. The real threat is the USA.
About listing GMOs, free glutamate:
Ron Paul seems to have not said anything about those things. So I don't know whether Ron Paul would require listing of ingredients.
But whatever government regulates tends to get into unintended consequences. When government regulates anything, beware. Everything King Midas touched turned into gold; everything government touches turns into
xxxx. FDA (Fraud and Deception Administration) approves only bad things, never good things.
I am quite sure that Ron Paul would allow (not require) companies to say "This food is 100% non-GMO" or "This food has no free glutamate" if that is the truth. If it is not the truth, they would be guilty of fraud without any special laws. Such a label could be a marketing advantage and any company that did not use such a label would be suspect. It is interesting that Monsanto wanted a law against saying that a food is non-GMO even if it is the truth.
I'm not much concerned about labels because I usually don't eat foods that require a list of ingredients. If it has a list of ingredients, I tend to not trust it because most food companies are crookeder than a dog's hind leg and they have no more respect for truth than an alley cat has for marriage and they practise Ferengi Rule of Acquisition 239: 'Never be afraid to mislabel a product.'
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2012 - 10:14 pm: || |
Ron Paul needs to make more sense before he will get my support. These videos make it clear why his bills never went anywhere in Congress.
He says he supports withdrawal from the United Nations and NATO. Other countries will interpret such withdrawals as isolationism regardless of how Ron Paul spins it. When he says our diplomats aren't talking to people and need to start doing so I wonder what planet he's living on. When he says no to tariffs he doesn't understand that when they were a larger percentage of our tax base they used to help prevent our jobs from going overseas.
Here he says we shouldn't have gotten involved in Iraq and Afghanistan, after having praised Bush's foreign policy in Video #1
I have no problems with this statement, but if he really believes this then he is going against how almost all of his Republican colleagues vote on such issues and conforming much more to how Democrats vote on them. The Republicans have been voting more to keep us at war. This stance alone will prevent Ron Paul from ever winning the Republican nomination, yet he insists on running as a Republican, not as an Independent. He's 76 years old and should have figured out by now why he's still being marginalized by his own party. Until he does so he will go nowhere.
Regarding labeling, I'm concerned that Ron Paul's laissez-faire attitude would allow corporations to do and say whatever they want without regulation. None of this matters, though, as he's too far out of the mainstream of his chosen party to be taken seriously.
|Posted on Monday, February 27, 2012 - 3:39 am: || |
Ron Paul appears to be his own person and not to be bought by special interests. He wants to tell it like it is even though the idea is not popular. Although I like him a lot and agree with 95% of what he stands for, I can't ever see him getting the nomination. He's a bit old, and doesn't orate as well as most.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 7:57 am: || |
Let's get back to MSG, please! Wouldn't want visitors to think this was a political/election site, now, would we? Thanks.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 11:36 am: || |
No we wouldn't but like other governing bodies, our president may have a lot to say about the top execs at the FDA or USDA. I think Jack Samuels spent much time fighting for the truth in labeling with our governing bodies. It would make our lives better if we could eliminate certain people (like prior Monsanto) from those positions.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 2:25 pm: || |
Your are certainly right about that...no easy task, for sure!
|Posted on Monday, March 12, 2012 - 12:56 am: || |
Okay, a couple links to lighten things up a bit:
|Posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 8:43 am: || |
Couldn't access the first one, Roy, but the second one is hilarious...thanks for the chuckle!
|Posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 12:29 pm: || |
Deb A., here's an alternate link for the first picture:
|Posted on Friday, March 16, 2012 - 9:23 am: || |
|Posted on Sunday, March 18, 2012 - 4:04 pm: || |
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/03/120308071052.htm Another scientific article about how excess glutamate is harmful - and no discussion about dietary sources. Carol Hoernlein posted this on facebook. Dr. Blaylock has been saying this for years.
|Posted on Sunday, May 13, 2012 - 4:33 pm: || |
Do they actually think we are so stupid as to think that Monsanto funded research on Monsanto products might find that they are not safe? Like: don't buy our products?
There are 2 kinds of science: honest and dishonest, also known as corporate science and independent science.
The goal of honest science is to find truth. The goal of dishonest science is to peddle a product.
Both honest science and dishonest science are peer reviewed. Peer review in honest science is to find truth. Peer review in dishonest science is to peddle the product.
In dishonest science, the conclusion is decided -before- the study. If the study does not support the pre-decided conclusion, the study is rejected or more research is needed. If Monsanto had found their product not safe, they would say more research is needed. Sometimes fudging the data enough to prove the right conclusion is a sonofabitch.
Aspartame is the most tested substance in history, they say. They had a 773Huva time fudging the studies enough to prove that aspartame is safe.
|Posted on Sunday, May 13, 2012 - 10:26 pm: || |
Its not a choice id like to make, but if faced with the option of having to ingest either msg or aspartame, id go with msg every time....aspartame is evil!
|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2012 - 12:58 am: || |
Aspartame makes my head spin, but MSG makes me black out unconscious. I'd probably starve. It would be slower.
|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2012 - 9:12 am: || |
Neither is a good option for sure Roy. My little one tends to go to sleep for hours after msg exposure. Not quite blacking out but she certainly cant stay awake.
|Posted on Monday, June 11, 2012 - 7:02 pm: || |
They took a gene from a fish and put it in a tomato, so it doesn't freeze.
They took a gene from a spider and put it in a goat, and the goat milk has spider silk.
They took a gene from a bacteria and put it in corn, so the corn produces insecticide so it kills insects that eat it. What happens when you eat it?
They made a Frankenstein salmon that people don't wanna eat.
They made a GE cotton plant that kills animals that eat it.
They ruined canola.
Now they wanna genetically engineer humans. Bill Gates is in on this deal. You think maybe they might screw up? Considering everything they did they screwed up so far?
|Posted on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 - 4:06 pm: || |
This could be serious. Bees are important for many fruits and veggies.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - 12:01 am: || |
This is too scary, especially given Monsanto's history.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - 3:56 am: || |
Thanks Jerry and Roy. It was very hard to read Monsanto's history, I mean disturbing.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - 12:26 pm: || |
I can't believe this guy made a U turn & is now in support of GM! I never heard of him before. The video was posted on the BBC.com/Future website today.
In praise of genetically modified food
Mark Lynas | Mark Lynas | 3 January 2013
Campaigner recants. "I apologise for having spent several years ripping up GM crops. I am also sorry that I helped to start the anti-GM movement back in the mid 1990s, and that I thereby assisted in demonising an important technological option which can be used to benefit the environment."
|Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - 7:28 pm: || |
Pat, when he called glyphosate "benign" I couldn't help but wonder how much he was paid off or threatened by Monsanto.
|Posted on Sunday, January 20, 2013 - 1:35 pm: || |
I'm speechless...all I can do is shake my head and shudder. What next?
|Posted on Sunday, January 20, 2013 - 2:24 pm: || |
I thought I read that Auxigro was the suspected cause of colony collapse and that when it was discovered, it was banned and the problem resolved?
|Posted on Monday, January 21, 2013 - 10:02 am: || |
what...... How do you get from eco warrior to THAT!!! How much are Monsanto paying this man??? Im absolutely speechless!!
|Posted on Monday, January 21, 2013 - 12:24 pm: || |
I know this is a new subject, but didn't know if anyone would see this post on older discussions. I wanted to give a heads up on a product I bought that contains seaweed. It's Magnesium Gel with Aloe Vera by Health and Wisdom Inc. Seaweed is not on the front label and truthfully had forgotten that seaweed is glutamate rich. After using it, I had an intense migraine with vivid nightmares in which I was in a rage. I've never had a dream or any waking emotion as intense as that nightmare was. When I woke up I had swollen lumps sticking out of my neck!
I hope this will deter someone from making the same mistake I did. I use the magnesium that Deb recommends from Beyond A Century - Magnesium Orotate and have never had any adverse side effects. The owner of the Health Food Store really sold us on this product. Anyway, I just wanted to warn MSG sensitive people about this product.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 - 2:43 pm: || |
Thanks Kim for the heads up on seaweed. I've seen it in some bath and beauty products and I wasn't sure how safe it was.
|Posted on Friday, January 25, 2013 - 11:25 pm: || |
Roy, you hit the nail on the head: "paid off or threatened by Monsanto" !!!
|Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2013 - 9:09 am: || |
|Posted on Monday, February 18, 2013 - 3:48 pm: || |
Genetically-Engineered Meat Isn’t Tested for Human Safety Because It’s Treated as an “Animal Drug”
USA Today reported last October that the FDA doesn’t even test the safety of genetically engineered food:
Q: Does the FDA test these foods before they’re allowed on the market?
A: No. Instead there is a voluntary consultation process. Genetically engineered foods are overseen by the FDA, but there is no approval process. Foods are presumed to be safe unless the FDA has evidence to the contrary, Jaffe says. The FDA “has to show that there may be a problem with the food, as opposed to the company needing to prove it’s safe to FDA’s satisfaction before it can get on the market,” he says.
Now we know why.
Bruce Friedrich reports:
The problems begin with FDA’s bizarre decision to consider GE meat using its “New Animal Drug Approval” (NADA) process, a process designed for evaluation of new animal drugs (hence the name), not genetically engineered animals. The GE salmon themselves [which increase allergies in people eating them ... but are still being approved for human consumption] are, according to this analysis, the animal drug. As food blogger Ari LeVaux explains on Civil Eats, “the drug per se is AquaBounty’s patented genetic construct… Inserted at the animal’s one-cell stage, the gene sequence exists in every cell of the adult fish’s body.”
Of course, NADA was not designed to analyze the human health or environmental consequences of new animal drugs, and because the animals are the drugs in this process, their welfare is also ignored. In all three areas, there is ample reason for concern.
Since they aren’t consumed by humans, new animal drugs are not evaluated for their human health impact, so perhaps it’s unsurprising that FDA’s analysis in this area has been almost nonexistent. Health and consumer rights advocates have raised alarms, noting among other concerns, that: 1) these animals will require massive doses of antibiotics to keep them alive in dirty, crowded aquaculture conditions, and we don’t know these antibiotics’ effect on human health; 2) the limited testing that has been conducted was carried out by or for AquaBounty and included shockingly small sample sizes; and 3) what studies have been done indicated increased allergic potential and increased levels of the hormone IGF-1, which is linked to various cancers — an outcome ignored in FDA’s approval according to the Consumers Union, Food & Water Watch, and the Center for Food Safety.
This is food fraud, and classic corruption by the FDA.
It is the same type of collusion between government and big business which has caused the financial crisis, theFukushima nuclear meltdown, the Gulf oil spill and other major disasters (and see this; and number 9).
As we noted last year:
Given that genetically engineered foods have been linked to obesity, cancer, liver failure, infertility and all sorts of other diseases (brief videos here and here), the burden should be on the … gmo producers to prove it’s safe.
But – if the FDA is treating genetically modified fish and meat as an “animal drug” – no one will test it for human safety.
|Posted on Friday, February 22, 2013 - 10:04 am: || |
Thank you for sharing these great articles. I learn so much...but am becoming more paranoid, I'm afraid!
|Posted on Monday, February 25, 2013 - 8:45 pm: || |
How does the saying go...It's not paranoia if they really are out to get you.
|Posted on Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 8:11 am: || |
|Posted on Friday, March 01, 2013 - 2:46 pm: || |
"Monsanto and the FDA: 2 crime families working a trillion-dollar hustle" by Jon Rappoport
From the article:
Imagine this. A killer is put on trial, and the jury, in a surprise verdict, finds him not guilty. Afterwards, reporters interview this killer. He says, “The jury freed me. It’s up to them. They decide. That’s what is justice is all about.”
Then the press moves along to members of the jury, who say: Well, we had to take the defendant’s word. He said he was innocent, so that’s what we ruled.
That’s an exact description of the FDA and Monsanto partnership.
|Posted on Friday, March 01, 2013 - 11:47 pm: || |
|Posted on Friday, March 22, 2013 - 9:42 am: || |
The Monsanto Protection Act would allow Monsanto to do whatever they please and the government wouldn't be able to stop them. It's like a license to commit crime.
Video: "Monsanto More Powerful Than The U.S. Government" 8 minutes
|Posted on Saturday, March 23, 2013 - 12:58 pm: || |
Share this: http://action.fooddemocracynow.org/call/Monsanto_declares_war_on_America/?akid=782.239376.ALNzdF&rd=1&t=1
|Posted on Monday, March 25, 2013 - 12:48 pm: || |
It's worse than I thought. Nutrition goes to h...
Scroll down a bit and look at the charts.
|Posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 - 3:17 pm: || |
|Posted on Wednesday, April 03, 2013 - 10:10 pm: || |
|Posted on Friday, April 26, 2013 - 3:14 pm: || |
More harm caused by Monsanto:
|Posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 - 6:38 am: || |
|Posted on Friday, May 10, 2013 - 6:06 am: || |
This is from the usda website:
"NO HORMONES (pork or poultry):
Hormones are not allowed in raising hogs or poultry. Therefore, the claim "no hormones added" cannot be used on the labels of pork or poultry unless it is followed by a statement that says "Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones."
I don't imagine you believe it, right?
|Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 - 2:15 am: || |
|Posted on Friday, June 12, 2015 - 6:41 pm: || |
Can you imagine people hating you so much that you want to change your name?
|Posted on Friday, May 06, 2016 - 11:57 am: || |
Quaker Oats admits that its oats are sprayed with glyphosate by farmers.
This fact is a total shock to most consumers who are completely unaware that glyphosate is now routinely sprayed on non-GMO crops.
Quaker Oats sued over glyphosate found in its 'all natural' oats... the truth is starting to come out about widespread glyphosate contamination of the food supply
Deadly glyphosate now being sprayed on oats, wheat, barley and other crops as a dessicant -
|Posted on Friday, May 06, 2016 - 11:32 pm: || |
Sick. Disturbing and disgusting.
However, I dont totally trust that website, ( the one mentioned just above) but usually the things i dont totally trust is just their logic. I have not yet been able to verify that they ever present false quotes or anything. My mom is really attached to quaker oats. Its that smiling gentle face of the old timey quaker man on the front and the fact that it's an American institution perhaps. And...its probably cheaper than the organic.
She feeds it to me, too. I just plastered warning lables all over the cannister in our pantry after reading that article. It might be true. We have an organic brand( whole foods 365 brand) in there, but she heads for quaker non organic. Maybe she doesnt see the organic brand????
I'm sure that originally quaker was a wholesome brand....but over the many years, things happen to companies...they get bought, or passed down...the original visionary dies... But the company lives on under the name... Possibly retaining none of the originator's virtues. So unfortunate. The customer sees the familiar logo and name, and with good memories inspiring trust, they have brand loyalty. Msg isnt even needed for that. Sad facts.
|Posted on Friday, May 06, 2016 - 11:43 pm: || |
I also read the article Jerry Story posted just above this last one. Most interesting to me was the part about Monsanto being involved in the Manhattan project. Maybe that's how they originally got their tentacles into our government. Boy, they must be dug in deep by now!.... from the look of things.
|Posted on Sunday, May 08, 2016 - 5:57 pm: || |
Fortune.com identifies Pepsi as Quaker Oat's parent:
Pepsi bought Quaker 12/3/2000:
Just Google: 'Quaker Oats + Lawsuit'.......... lawsuit confirmed: