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Originally posted by windwaker
Do you want to know what it is to live in a world without food?
See this movie:
The Road (2009)
"You have to carry the fire."
Originally posted by AwakeinNM
reply to post by burntheships
Ha! Do you think a petition is going to stop Monsanto?
"Gosh, people seem to be upset about our genetically modified seeds that we've been developing for our globalist masters, perhaps we should stop making them. We wouldn't want to upset anyone."
Please. I personally believe that we are past the point of no return, and all these globalist NWO organizations will eventually need to be met with extreme force. Not that I like that scenario, but petitions aint gonna do jack. Neither are elections. These people are doing what they do regardless of who is in power.
Yet we keep "discussing" it and doing nothing. Do you they'll let us discuss it some more in the gulags? Egyptians are done discussing, I dare say.
Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
two words: pollen warfare.
stand just beyond their properties perimeter with pillowcase full of GODS pollen, laughing maniacly as you empty it into the breeze.
my lawyer assures me that two can play at this game...and monsanto knows this better than anyone..
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by caymanboi
They claim they are trying to find a way to reduce Dengue fever.
But they are really up to, is testing ways to make mosquitos into vaccine mosquitos!
This is actually nefarious and I do think it paves the way to the "vaccine" mosquito.
In this study Dr. Yoshida's team successfully generated a transgenic mosquito expressing the Leishmania vaccine within its saliva. Bites from the insect succeeded in raising antibodies, indicating successful immunization with the Leishmania vaccine through blood feeding.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack gave a big middle finger to the organic farming community last week, as his USDA gave unrestricted approval for GM alfalfa.
Before the decision, there had been a modest proposal in place to restrict the growing of GM alfalfa in order to protect organic farmers against cross-contamination of their organic and conventional crops...
But the Secretary (if I may coin a term) Vilsacked that proposal and gave agro-behemoths like Monsanto totally unrestricted approval to blanket the U.S. with GM alfalfa, which is genetically engineered to resist prodigious amounts of Monsanto's Roundup pesticide.
This flies in the face of the pledge for “co-existence” he called for in the weeks leading up to the decision.