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Friday, September 30, 2016

Lift A Rock, Find A Scumbag

Just added GMO Seralini to the mix! I believe the browser will append the site to read in your default language. Speaking of browsers:

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I am on a new social media site, MINDS! My handle, of course, is @GMno

What I am going to say would work so much better in a video, but the Dude shall abide.

Milk is supposed to be good for us, but now it isn't...unless you're drinking raw milk, which will get you raided.

Vitamin D is supposed to be good for you...unless it's the cheap shite known as calcium carbonate, in which case, you'd be better off chowing down on seashells at the beach. My next idea is to call up Nature Made and ask if they know that the calcium they are promoting will eventually cause heart attacks. That should be fun.

Really...that would work better in a video, and I'm certain someone else has done it. I'll search for it, and have it for you soon.

Let us continue with the outing of scumbaggery:


Seralini Attacker Found Guilty of Forgery over Monsanto Study Review 

Marc Fellous, former President of the Biomolecular Engineering Commission (CGB), has been found guilty of forgery and use of forgery to defame Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini.
On 22 September a judge in the Criminal Court of Paris found Fellous guilty of forgery and the use of forgery in order to defame Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini and CRIIGEN, a research association which focuses on the risks of genetic engineering and pesticides and the development of alternatives.
Marc Fellous is a GMO proponent who was formerly President of the Biomolecular Engineering Commission (CGB), which assessed the safety of GMOs in France for the ministries of agriculture and environment from 1998 to 2007. In 2016 he became president of the French Association for Plant Biotechnology, a lobby group that was set up to promote GM crops.
Last November Fellous lost a libel case to Séralini. The court ruled that Fellous had defamed Séralini.
During that court case, Fellous used or copied the signature of a scientist without his agreement (“forgery” and “use of forgery”) to argue that Séralini and his co-researchers were wrong in their reassessment of Monsanto studies. The Séralini team’s re-assessment reported finding signs of toxicity in the raw data from Monsanto’s own rat feeding studies with GM maize.
The new court ruling means that Fellous will be sentenced in a few months’ time – probably in early 2017 – at a public correctional hearing. The use of forgery in a court case is a serious offence and may result in a jail sentence.
The ruling marks a second court victory this year for Prof Séralini, his research team, and CRIIGEN. On September 7 they won a libel suit in the Appeals Court against Marianne magazine and its journalist Jean-Claude Jaillette, who repeated the defamatory words of the American pro-tobacco and GMO lobbyist Henry I. Miller.
Do you get it yet?!?

These asshats have NOTHING.

If GMOs were any good on their own, one wouldn't need the force of law to get people to ingest them.

You don't see the Gestapo at farmers' markets sticking M-16s in people's ears and telling them, "You WILL like this food!"

They don't need to - the quality of the produce SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.

Support your local farmers.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Psychopathic Corporation Monsanto; Dr. Drew Breaks His Silence


Published on Apr 14, 2016

Monsanto, a Corporation of Death and Destruction, controls most of the food supply in the Corporation of the U.S. Research for yourself.. Come to your own conclusions...

Tonight is the big night!

Dr. Drew Pinsky lost his show on HeadLine News, so it's only fair that he gets to make a presentation on her health, in my opinion.




Published on Sep 20, 2016

From Episode 47 of This Life

http://drdrew.com/2016/dr-bruce-heiscchober-life-podcast-2/

By the way...R.I.P., Arnold Palmer. Though I never hope to ever need to take Xarelto, your commercials were amusing, and your golf game was boss.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Manufactured Scumbaggery

Bloody hell.

I did it again.

You have to understand that I'm more concerned with getting this information out than worrying about the aesthetics of my postings. I will, however, try to avoid this in the future.

IIRC, I came up with the term SCUMBAGGERY. Feel free to use it whenever appropriate.

Let's begin with the first piece:


Why is the U.S. government so keen to protect Monsanto?

By J.D. Heyes 
Most know that corporate monopolies are nothing new, even though anti-trust laws that ostensibly outlaw monopolies have been around since the late 1800s in the United States. However, complete ownership in patented grain seeds equates to a monopoly over the nation’s – and the world’s – food supply, and yet that power is currently vested in one company.
As noted by Chemistry World, the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of seed master and GMO king Monsanto and against an Indiana farmer whom the court claimed violated intellectual property rights when he dared to replant the company’s GM, herbicide-resistant seeds as a second-generation crop.
Dave Murphy, head of Food Democracy Now! explained that the ultimate outcome of the ruling means the nation’s highest court “unanimously affirmed the corporate takeover” of the country’s food supply, marking a huge win for Monsanto, but a terrible loss for once-independent American farmers and the consumers for whom they grow and to whom they sell their crops. The ruling is the end-result of a longstanding effort by Monsanto to “subvert family farmers that do not use their genetically-engineered seeds,” he noted. Murphy added that the ruling gives Monsanto near-complete control over what Americans eat.
Monsanto moves one step closer to total food control
What’s more, the high court’s ruling wasn’t even close; announced May 13, it was unanimous, leading to much celebration by the biotech and bio-agriculture sectors, while of course being lamented by environmental and sustainable food organizations.
The justices upheld a lower court ruling that Vernon Bowman, the farmer, violated Monsanto’s property rights when he salvaged seeds from the previous year’s crop and then replanted them the next. The high court ruled that seed buyers can resell patented seeds under something called “patent exhaustion” doctrine, but cannot make new copies of them.
“The question in this case is whether a farmer who buys patented seeds may reproduce them through planting and harvesting without the patent holder’s permission,” the justices concluded. “We hold that he may not.”
The ruling means that Bowman will have to pay Monsanto in excess of $84,000 in damages and court costs, and be saddled with a patent infringement charge.
Observers of the court decision and Monsanto’s long-pursued tactics of dominating the seed market say that the win further solidifies absolute control over the global food supply, which has been a goal of the agri-business giant for some time. Once they establish that seeds are copyrighted property and can be owned, the next thing that will happen is that Monsanto will begin charging royalties, since the world’s farmers will be totally dependent on the company in order to grow crops.
If all seeds are controlled, then obviously all food will be controlled. That is more powerful than guns and bombs, The Waking Times noted.
Creating a monopoly with a single court ruling
Ellen Brown, writing in Counter Punch, used this quote from Nixon Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, to illustrate the dominance: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”
Brown notes further that at the present, 60 to 70 percent of foods in all U.S. supermarkets are genetically modified. By contrast, in at least two dozen other countries, including Switzerland, Australia, Austria, China, India, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, Italy, Mexico and Russia, GMO foods and seeds are at least partially and, in some cases, totally banned. In about 60 other countries, there are significant restrictions on GMOs.
But not in the United States. Instead, there is a virtual GMO seed- and food monopoly, and it was recently cemented by the nation’s highest court.
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Other works by J.D. Heyes 
Original article 
 That should be disturbing enough...no?

Okay, here's some more:


After FDA found weedkiller in nearly 100% of honey products, it kept the information secret and refused to warn the public

Thursday, September 22, 2016 by: Daniel Barker



(NaturalNews) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been doing its best to protect Monsanto and the entire GMO industry by dragging its feet and hiding information regarding glyphosate content in foods.

Glyphosate, the most widely-used herbicide on the planet and an essential component in GMO agricultural methods, has been the subject of increasing concern - particularly since the World Health Organization (WHO) classified it as a "probable human carcinogen" in 2015.

For many years, the FDA avoided testing foods for glyphosate residue at all, parroting Monsanto's assurances that the herbicide poses no threat to human health, but under mounting public pressure it finally began conducting tests in February of this year.

Although the agency routinely tests foods for other pesticide residues, it has rather suspiciously left glyphosate off of the list until now.

From The Huffington Post:

"[FDA testing] came after many independent researchers started conducting their own testing and found glyphosate in an array of food products, including flour, cereal, and oatmeal. The government and Monsanto have maintained that any glyphosate residues in food would be minimal enough to be safe. But critics say without robust testing, glyphosate levels in food are not known. And they say that even trace amounts may be harmful because they are likely consumed so regularly in many foods."

And the results of the FDA's own tests are truly disturbing.

Glyphosate residue found even in "100% all-natural" honey
Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal, for example, that glyphosate residue was found in all of the honey samples tested by the FDA - even honey marketed as being "100% all-natural." Some of the samples contained twice the European Union's allowable amount of glyphosate residue, and there is no allowable limit for glyphosate in honey produced in the U.S. - at least not yet.

This means that U.S. honey producers are technically in violation of the law - at least until tolerance levels are set by the FDA.

FDA denial and stalling tactics
But the FDA doesn't seem to be in any hurry to set any tolerance levels for honey. In fact, internal emails obtained through FOIA requests reveal that although honey producers are technically in violation, the agency doesn't consider it important because "it is not a safety issue."

In other words, the FDA is still dragging its feet to do anything, and is not currently planning to either set tolerance levels, or hold honey producers responsible for violating the law. In a statement, the FDA said: "there is no dietary risk concern from exposure to glyphosate residues in honey at this time."

And, of course, it's not really the fault of the honey producers to begin with, since glyphosate use is so widespread and because beekeepers have no real control over where the bees collect the pollen used in making honey.

The emails and other documents obtained show that the FDA is aware of the "glyphosate controversy," but seems both unwilling and unable to do much about it, other than keeping its test results secret and continuing its stalling tactics.

But slowly, the truth is leaking out regarding the dangers of glyphosate and the fact that both the FDA and the USDA have been corrupted through the lobbying efforts of Monsanto and the GMO industry as a whole.

For years, the Frankenfood industry has managed to keep its dark secrets with the help of a sold-out federal regulatory system, but the public is finally waking up to the deception and the dangers posed to the health of virtually every person on the planet.

Nothing short of a worldwide ban on GMOs and the use of glyphosate is an acceptable solution - we must collectively continue to fight the Frankenfood industry until it no longer exists in the United States or anywhere else.

Sources:

HuffingtonPost.com

USRTK.org

OrganicAuthority.com


There are so many articles here on the Zika hoax, I can't pick just one.

Waking Science has a plethora of information, as well.

The following is laden with documents, so you should read it at the source: Staged Zika pandemic was engineered by globalist governments to justify the aerial bombardment of awakening populations with toxic chemicals

I'm re-watching VAXXED. When I went to the premiere, I was too early for the 8:00 show, and the showing was about 20 minutes in. Regardless, I went in, and watched the movie. I was sure I'd be able to catch those missing minutes, ands now I have. The crucial data began when I caught the showing.

What I did miss was the beginning of the pharmaceutical industry's takeover of our health, as evidenced by the Meningitis outbreak dialogued in the beginning of VAXXED.

An irresponsible distribution of a badly-created drug caused an initial outbreak in Europe, and after a hue and cry, it was banned for sale.

They just went to the third world and caused another outbreak.

Gotta make that money, after all.

That's the entire globalist plan, in a nutshell: turn the world's population into pill-swilling zombies, and make them pay for it.


Friday, September 23, 2016

Bayer-Monsanto: A “Marriage Made in Hell”? (Re-Post from The Truth About Cancer)

We are all aware of the recent takeover of Monsanto by Bayer.

I found a posting at The Truth About Cancer...but I will be remarking upon certain information presented therein. If you are a reader of my work, it will come as no surprise.


Bayer-Monsanto: A “Marriage Made in Hell”?



Monsanto has agreed to be sold to Bayer for $56.5 billion − a deal worth a total of $66 billion when Monsanto’s debt is taken into account. The combined company would be the world’s largest seller of both seeds and agrichemicals.
Monsanto, arguably the most loathed GMO company on the face of the earth, has been the subject of heated discussions for decades, especially in recent days as their top-selling product (RoundUp) contains glyphosate, which has been linked to cancer, autism, and respiratory sickness.
Monsanto has lobbied widely and even filed lawsuits to prohibit labeling of GMO products and bury the World Health Organization’s report listing glyphosate as a probable carcinogen. If Monsanto joins forces with Bayer (one of the most hated Big Pharma companies in the world), the resulting “marriage made in hell” would be a drug-seed-pesticide company that controls almost 1/3 of the world’s seed market and almost ¼ of the pesticide market. Many would argue that this would equate to a monopoly. More on that topic later in the article.
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But this would not be the first time Monsanto and Bayer have teamed up. During the Vietnam War, both firms were involved in the development of Agent Orange. And both firms are currently involved in the GMO market today. Speaking of GMOs, I was watching Fox News Channel a couple of days ago and the “expert” being interviewed said that this was necessary in order to feed the world and that GMO foods are the only solution. WRONG!
Apparently said “expert” is unfamiliar with the recent research, specifically the IAASTD Report, which is the most comprehensive report on the future of food and agriculture (sponsored by the World Bank and the UN, written by over 400 scientists and endorsed by 59 countries).
In this report, they did not endorse GMOs as a solution to world hunger. In addition, genetic engineering has not significantly increased U.S. crop yields, according to the USDA and controlled comparative studies. As a matter of fact, many GMOs have lower yields than non-GMO crops. Did I mention that GMO crops have been linked to cancer and have numerous potential health risks?
Let’s look at the sordid history of both of these companies…
A Brief History of BAYER
• Founded in Barmen, Germany in 1863 by Friedrich Bayer and his partner, Johann Friedrich Weskott.
• During World War 1, Bayer turned its attention to the manufacture of chemical weapons including chlorine gas.
• In 1925, Bayer, BASF, and Hoechst merged to form the massive German conglomerate Interessengemeinschaft Farben (IG Farben) which was the single biggest donor to Hitler’s election campaign.
• IG Farben built the concentration camps at Auschwitz to supply slave labor for the nearby IG Farben plant (also known as IG Auschwitz). Hitler eventually used these same camps in his megalomaniacal attempt to exterminate the Jewish race.
• In 1941, Otto Armbrust, the IG Farben board member responsible for IG Farben’s Auschwitz project, told his colleagues, “our new friendship with the SS is a blessing. We have determined all measures integrating the concentration camps to benefit our company.”
• A subsidiary of IG Farben manufactured and supplied Zyklon B to the SS. This poisonous cyanide-based pesticide, on which IG Farben held the patent, was used during the Holocaust to annihilate more than 1,000,000 people in the concentration/extermination camps. IG Farben also supplied the SS with the Methanol used to burn the corpses.
• In 1946, the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal concluded that without IG Farben the Second World War would simply not have been possible.
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• At Nuremberg, Fritz ter Meer (an executive of IG Farben) was convicted of slavery, mass murder, and crimes against humanity. After serving 5 years in prison, he became Chairman of the Board at Bayer in 1956, a position which he held for almost a decade.
• In 1962, just fifteen years after they were convicted in the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, Bayer, BASF and Hoechst were again the architects of the next major human rights offence when they established the Codex Alimentarius Commission.
• In the mid-1980s, Bayer was one of the companies which sold a product called Factor VIII concentrate to treat hemophilia. Factor VIII turned out to be infected with HIV. After learning that the product was contaminated, in order to save money, Bayer continued selling this infected product to Asia and Latin America even though a safe product was available. Dr. Sidney M. Wolfe, who investigated the scandal, commented, “These are the most incriminating internal pharmaceutical industry documents I have ever seen.”
• In the 1990s, the federal government launched an investigation on Bayer’s unethical billing practices on Medicaid program and the Department of Justice found Bayer guilty of fraud. Bayer had to pay $14 Million to settle charges of causing inflated Medicaid claims.
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• Yaz (approved by FDA in 2006) and Yasmin (2001) were revolutionary birth control pills that use a synthetic hormone called drospirenone (DSP). Yaz or Yasmin have led to hundreds of deaths in young and healthy women.
• The drug Trasylol was banned in 2006 after it contributed to thousands of deaths in patients every single month for over a decade. After a 2006 study showed widespread deaths associated with Trasylol, it took FDA and Bayer almost two years to take the drug off of the market. Later on it was revealed that Bayer had buried evidence of Trasylol’s severe side effects.
• In 2008, the German Coalition against Bayer brought a charge against the Bayer Board of Management, with the public prosecutor in Freiburg accusing Bayer of contributing to the mass death of bees all over the world through its aggressive pesticide marketing. Since then, the bee debacle has only grown worse, with thousands of hives collapsing after poisoning by the pesticide clothianidin, producing a worldwide crisis.
Thanks to this website and this website for much of the above information.
MONSANTO’S Poisonous Past
• Monsanto was founded in 1901 in St. Louis, Missouri, by John Francis Queeny, a 30-year veteran of the pharmaceutical industry. Its first product was the artificial sweetener Saccharin, which Monsanto sold to the Coca-Cola Company.
• In the 1920s, Monsanto Chemical Company was founded and incorporated the town of Monsanto, later renamed Sauget, Illinois. For years, the Monsanto plant in Sauget was the nation’s largest producer of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which were banned in the 1970s. PCBs are potent carcinogens and have been implicated in reproductive, developmental and immune system disorders. According to thousands of pages of released Monsanto documents (many of them emblazoned with warnings such as “CONFIDENTIAL: Read and Destroy”), they knew about the PCB dangers from early on, but decided to conceal what they knew. One Monsanto memo explains their justification: “We can’t afford to lose one dollar of business.”
• During World War II, Monsanto played a significant role in the Manhattan Project to develop the atom bomb.
• In 1944, Monsanto began manufacturing DDT, which was banned in 1972.
• Following World War II, Monsanto championed the use of chemical pesticides in agriculture, and began manufacturing the herbicide 2,4,5-T, which contains dioxin. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. military initiated an herbicidal warfare program using Agent Orange (a mixture of 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D and had very high concentrations of dioxin) as a defoliant.
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Monsanto and Dow Chemical were the two largest producers of Agent Orange, which has been linked to cancer and birth defects. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 4.8 million Vietnamese people were exposed to Agent Orange, resulting in 400,000 deaths and disabilities, plus 500,000 children born with birth defects, leading to calls for Monsanto to be prosecuted for war crimes. Internal Monsanto memos show that Monsanto knew of the problems of dioxin contamination of Agent Orange when it sold it to the U.S. government for use in Vietnam.
• In 1973, Monsanto developed and patented the glyphosate molecule and began manufacturing Roundup. In 2015, the World Health Organization declared glyphosate to be a probable carcinogen. Despite this fact, Roundup is still marketed as “safe.”
• In 1982, Monsanto genetically modified a plant cell for the first time.
• In the mid-1980s, Monsanto purchased G.D. Searle, the chemical company that held the patent to aspartame, the active ingredient in NutraSweet. Monsanto was apparently untroubled by aspartame’s clouded past, including a 1980 FDA Board of Inquiry, comprised of three independent scientists, which confirmed that it “might induce brain tumors.” The aspartame business became a separate Monsanto subsidiary, the NutraSweet Company.
• In the late-1980s and early-1990s, Monsanto spent almost $500,000 to defeat Proposition 65 (California’s anti-toxics initiative which prohibited the discharge of chemicals known to cause cancer or birth defects into drinking water supplies) and Proposition 128 (California’s pesticide regulation initiative that would have phased out Monsanto’s product alachlor, which is linked to cancer). During the same time period, Monsanto also conducted the first field tests of genetically engineered (GMO) crops.
• In 1991, Monsanto was fined $1.2 million for trying to conceal discharge of contaminated waste water into the Mystic River in Connecticut.
• In the mid-1990s, Monsanto developed their controversial cattle drug, recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH or rBST), which is produced through a genetically engineered E. coli bacteria.
• During the same time period, Monsanto was ranked 5th among U.S. corporations in EPA’s Toxic Release Inventory, having discharged 37 million pounds of toxic chemicals into the air, land, water and underground. Monsanto was ordered to pay $41.1 million to a waste management company in Texas due to concerns over hazardous waste dumping.
• In 1996, Monsanto introduced “Roundup Ready Soybeans” and “BT Cotton” then in 1998 “Roundup Ready Corn” was introduced.
• By 2007, Monsanto’s GMO seeds accounted for over 90% of the world’s supply.
• In 2010, former Monsanto lobbyist Michael R. Taylor was appointed as Deputy Commissioner of Food Safety at the FDA (the fox is guarding the henhouse).
• Since 2012, Monsanto has spent more than $25 million to fight state ballot initiatives to label GMOs and millions more to lobby Congress against mandatory GMO labeling.
Thanks to this website for much of the above information.
Bayer Monsanto Union: A Dark and Dangerous Threat
The above bullet points about Bayer and Monsanto are merely the tip of the iceberg. I could have written an entire book detailing the unscrupulous activities that these companies have engaged in over the past century. But I think you get the point. This “hidden” history of Bayer and Monsanto indicates that both of these companies have consistently been involved with malevolent endeavors that wreaked havoc on humanity and caused sickness, pain, and death on a massive scale. These companies are like a cancer eating away at the physical fabric of our world.
If these two companies join forces, the dark and dangerous synergy and malignant power will metastasize and be so great that, figuratively speaking, the universe might explode! To use a Lord of the Rings analogy, it would be like Sauron acquiring the One Ring.
Will this merger actually happen? It’s hard to say. Thankfully, there are anti-trust laws in place that will force the entire deal to undergo tremendous scrutiny and lengthy regulatory processes in the USA as well as the EU. “This merger is not a slam dunk,” said Diana Moss, president of the American Antitrust Institute. Also, a legal opinion written by two former Department of Justice officials (Antitrust Division) argues that the merger would violate the Clayton Act and would also be in direct violation of a 2008 court order.
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A Bayer-Monsanto merger certainly threatens the world food supply with domination by GMOs and destructive, carcinogenic agrochemicals. Thanks primarily to the anti-GMO and “Millions Against Monsanto” movements, the behemoth biotech bully is on the ropes.
Perhaps Monsanto thinks that if it changes its name, that we will forget its poisonous past. Think again Monsanto.
On October 14-16, Monsanto’s crimes against humanity will be exposed at the Monsanto Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands.
Remember, all it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. We must stick together and help educate our neighbors in order to continue the good fight together… for our children and every future generation to come.
Perhaps it’s time to put Bayer and Big Pharma on trial as well and build an even bigger worldwide unified assembly. Maybe we could call it “Billions Against Big Pharma and Bayer-Monsanto.”
Please share this important news story with friends and family and together let’s all take action to stop this merger.
 Now, I believe the article is mostly factual, with great information...but one aspect of it doesn't wash.

The claim that I.G. Farben was "instrumental" in World War Two hinges on the soon to be discredited story of the homicidal gas chambers, which, if proven to not have existed, puts the lie to the main reason as to why we needed to intervene in that debacle.

I welcome discussion; ad-hominem attacks, however, will be met as they always have - with the full force of my keyboard.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

"Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party" 06/2016 (Dinesh D'Souza)




Published on Jul 5, 2016
NYT best-selling author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza spoke to a sold out crowd of conservative students at YAF's High School Conference at the Reagan Ranch.

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There were additional mergers of biotech companies, by the way...listen to the HealthMasters show to get the details.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Do You Love Being Lied To?


I know I don't.

I promised you all...I WOULD NEVER LIE TO YOU.

I've kept my promise.

I know others whom haven't.

Let's start with the Democratic nominee for the office of the President of the United States, Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton.

She purports to have had pneumonia on Friday, September 9, 2016.

On Sunday, September 11, 2016, something unforseen occurs...and because she isn't being honest with us, I can't tell you exactly what happened. Let me see if we can make a determination one way or another:

At some point, during the 15 year memorial to the deaths of over 3,000 Americans who perished in WTC buildings, 1,2 and 7, and to the lives wasted in a false campaign overseas, Hillary Clinton suffered what she referred to as "being dehydrated", and departed from the memorial. One of two things happened:

  • She suffered a collapse, and had to be spirited away by her Secret Service guard; but instead of going to a hospital, she instead was taken to her daughter's apartment (reports have indicated that the address of Chelsea's apartment is also registered as a MEDICAL FACILITY);
  • She was arrested (as indicated in the Comments, I have received independent and absolutely trustworthy confirmation from the scene that she was not arrested).
At any rate, she was then shown to appear 90 minutes later, looking fit as a fiddle, and hugged a young girl before re-entering her vehicle, and then disappearing for what was to be five days to recuperate.

Some things to note:

She recuperated incredibly, don't you agree?!?

90 minutes?!?

It's pretty much unheard of in the annals of modern medicine. I would think that if she had access to such a remedy, that she should share that with all of us.

She also hugged a young girl, for whom pneumonia would prove rashly dangerous. Is it worth a child's life to stage a photo op?

Sure...if SHE NEVER HAD PNEUMONIA IN THE FIRST BLOODY PLACE.

I'm only including one link in this entire piece...I want for all of you to VERIFY my piece.

Look up everything I'm writing. You will see for yourself that everything I write here is factual.

The "Clinton" spied leaving Chelsea's apartment has been called a body double, and in my researches, I found one Teresa Barnwell.



Look her up.

She has still not admitted that she may be suffering from Parkinson's disease, but that is the best diagnosis from a number of medical professionals. I will add Dr. Ted Noel's YouTube video at the end.

The following is my opinion of what happened to Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton during the memorial:
"The souls of those dearly departed took offense at her reducing their untimely deaths to a PHOTO-OP, and they took vengeance upon her and caused her to suffer a collapse."
Those were my thoughts upon discovering that she had attended the memorial.

Bayer has successfully convinced Monsanto to accept their buyout offer (over $120 per share), making their merger the largest biotech company thus far. What evils can they now perform?

Farmers are complaining that Roundup runoff is ruining their crops.





Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Sweet Deal? Sugar Industry Blamed Fat In Fake Studies – Study (Re-Post from RT)

One of the things I learned from Stephanie Seneff is that the liver metabolizes everything that passes through it...everything but HFCS.

That means fat, once metabolized, is no longer fat, but something else that the body either stores or burns.

Imagine my shock upon finding this story:


Sweet deal? Sugar industry blamed fat in fake studies – study



Sugar cane is harvested © Enrique de la Osa
The sugar industry paid Harvard researchers in the 1960s to bury research linking sugar intake to heart disease and to instead make fat the culprit, according to a study of archival documents.
“These internal documents show that the Sugar Research Foundation initiated coronary heart disease research in 1965 to protect market share and that its first project, a literature review, was published in the New English Journal of Medicine without disclosure of the sugar industry’s funding or role,” stated the study.
The internal sugar industry documents were found in public archives by a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco.
UCSF researchers analyzed more than 340 documents indicating the relationship between the sugar industry and Roger Adams, then a professor of organic chemistry who served on the scientific advisory boards for the sugar industry, and Mark Hegsted, one of the Harvard researchers who produced the literature review.
The documents showed the sugar industry was aware of evidence in the 1960s that linked sugar consumption to high blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels and was thought to be risk factors for coronary heart disease.
The sugar industry commissioned Project 226, a literature review written by researchers at the Harvard University School of Public Nutrition Department, which concluded there was “no doubt”that the only dietary intervention required to prevent coronary heart disease was to reduce dietary cholesterol and substitute polyunsaturated fat for saturated fat in the American diet.
The sugar industry paid the Harvard scientist the equivalent of $50,000 in 2016 dollars.
The study found the NEJM review served the sugar industry’s interests by arguing that studies“associating sucrose with coronary heart disease were limited” and that sugar should not be included in assessments of risk of heart disease.
Researchers found the sugar industry would spend $600,000 (the equivalent of $5.3 million in 2016 dollars) to teach “people who had never had a course in biochemistry…that sugar is what keeps every human being alive and with energy to face our daily problems,” according to a UCSF press release.
Among the documents was a speech from 1954 by Sugar Research Foundation (SRF) president Henry Hass, which showed that they recognized that if Americans adopted low-fat diets, then per-capita consumption of sugar would increase by more than one-third. The trade organization represented 30 international members.
“The literature review helped shape not only public opinion on what causes heart problems but also the scientific community’s view of how to evaluate dietary risk factors to heart disease,” said lead author Cristin Kearns, who discovered the industry documents.
Other documents showed the sugar industry became concerned in 1962 with evidence showing that a low-fat diet high in sugar could elevate serum cholesterol level. In 1964, the SRF vice president and director of research, John Hickson, said new research on coronary heart disease found that “sugar is a less desirable dietary source of calories than other carbohydrates,” and referred to the work since 1957 of British physiologist John Yudkin, who challenged population studies singling out saturated fat as the primary dietary cause of coronary heart disease “and suggested other factors, including sucrose, were at least equally important.”
“Hickson proposed that SRF ‘could embark on a major program’ to counter Yudkin and other ‘negative attitudes toward sugar,’” stated the study.
It found that Hickson recommended an opinion poll “to learn what public concepts we should reinforce and what ones we need to combat through our research and information and legislation programs,” a symposium to “bring detractors before a board of their peers where their fallacies could be unveiled,” and recommended the sugar industry fund coronary heart disease research to“see what the weak points there are in the experimentation, and replicate the studies with appropriate corrections. Then publish the data and refute our detractors.”
The analysis ‘Sugar Industry and Coronary Heart Disease Research: A Historical Analysis of Internal Industry Documents’ was published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Realize what this means.

All of those "low-fat / fat-free foods" taste like shite, because the flavor has been removed...and to replace the flavor, it has been sweetened.

Fat is also what replaces brain cells; in effect, your brain has been starved for replacement materials.

When metal is called for, you don't replace it with paper.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Behind The DARK Act

I fixed the preceding post; in other words, I hadn't noticed that it lacked a title.

Mea culpa.

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Activists Expose Monsanto's Senate Lackeys Minutes Before DARK Act Vote

Actions highlight how senators who took money from Big Ag companies are voting against majority public opinion on GMO labeling
by Nadia Prupis, staff writer


Just before a controversial genetically modified (GM or GMO) labeling bill came up for a cloture vote in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, food and consumer advocates dropped over $2,000 on the chamber floor in a symbolic protest against what they are calling the "Deny Americans the Right to Know" (DARK) Act.
The action aimed to highlight the fact that senators who took money from biotechnology giants like Monsanto are voting against majority public opinion, as recent polls have found that roughly 90 percent of Americans want labels on GMO foods.
The legislation, a so-called "compromise" bill introduced in June by Sens. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), would mandate GMO labeling nationwide but allow food companies to choose between using symbols, electronic codes, or packaging language—an unnecessary and confusing method, according to critics. The bill would also undo Vermont's landmark labeling law, which went into effect July 1.
Roberts and Stabenow are reportedly pulling out all the lobbying stops to get the bill passed in the days before the Senate breaks for the summer. According toPolitico, that includes "letters being sent, staffs briefed, reports and FDA assessments flaunted, and farmers and consumers are being encouraged to inundate lawmakers with phone calls."
Politico notes that "The cloture vote is expected sometime after 3 p.m. If successful in winning the 60 votes needed, lawmakers can limit debate to 30 hours, setting up a floor vote as soon as Thursday." If they can't reach 60 votes, Sen. Bernie Sanders has vowed to put a hold on the bill.
"The American people have a right to know what they're eating," Sanders said during a press conference on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. "The timing of this legislation is not an accident. Its goal is to overturn and rescind the very significant legislation passed in the state of Vermont. I will do everything that I can to see that it’s defeated."
Activists say the legislation was negotiated behind closed doors with executives from Monsanto as well as other corporate organic companies, including Whole Foods, Stonyfield, and Smucker's. Lobbyists from the Organic Trade Association were also involved.
"This bill was written and approved by Monsanto and America's most corrupt food companies in a last ditch effort to avoid common sense, mandatory labeling of GMOs, while keeping the doors wide open for a flood of campaign cash," Dave Murphy, executive director of Food Democracy Now!, said Wednesday.
Murphy's group, along with other advocacy organizations, also staged actions in New Hampshire this week targeting the state's Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte and the Londonderry-based Stonyfield Yogurt's headquarters for their central roles in the lobbying blitz. The activists say Ayotte has taken more than $10,000 from Monsanto in campaign donations.
The Senate last week approved the bill 68-29 in a procedural vote. According to an analysis of OpenSecrets.org data by the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), senators who voted 'Yes' received more than twice as much in contributions from the agriculture lobby than those who voted 'No' ($867,518 for the supporters vs. $350,877 for opponents).
OCA political director Alexis Baden-Mayer, who participated in the money drop, said, "When Congress moves to crush the will of 9 out of 10 Americans because they need companies like Monsanto to fund their campaigns, you know our democracy is in real trouble."
"The corporate lobbyists are totally corrupt," Baden-Mayer said. "These companies have organic brands, but they also sell a lot of GMOs that they don't want to label."
Really not cricket, dear readers.

I have to bail out - have a great weekend! Stay cool...only another two days of extreme heat here in the northeast! Go get some lobsters, or something.