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Genetically Engineered Rice is a Trojan Horse: Misled by Bill Gates and Monsanto

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posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 10:44 AM
Bill Gates is really into reducing world population,
is he a Georgia Guidestonessupporter...

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 11:00 AM
This is nothing new, Read David Icke's books, "Human Race Get Off Your Knees" - Monsanto pages 490-495, 570 - Controlling The Food Chain.


David's book, Global Conspiracy pages 554, 230-231

* Dependency on Illuminati corporations for seeds
* Dependency on Illuminati corporations for the pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers to make the seeds survive and grow
* Dependency on Illuminati supermarkets, which have destroyed independent stores and dictate the price they pay to farmers
* Dependency on Illuminati corporations for virtually everything that we eat or drink.

And dependency = control, which is what this whole story is about

above quoted from page 230 of Global Conspiracy by David Icke

Now, many of you ATSers have laughed at this guy and uttered really nasty stuff about him - he simply tried to warn you all this was coming twenty years back............who is laughing now.

By the way the last video is Jeffrey White discussing his book, "Seeds of Deception" which you can get free here:

But grab it fast, today because these sources of free ebooks are drying up quickly.

part 1

part 2

part 3

Part 3 is interesting as to how much Monsanto contributed towards politicians campaigns. This is what happens when you have large corporations that are allowed to contribute (bribe / buy) government.

Now, I'm sure Monsanto contributes millions to place whoever the presidential puppet (and that's all any president is now is a puppet) into office.

For the People and by the people is a my location.
edit on 22-6-2011 by ofhumandescent because: added part 2 & 3 video

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 11:22 AM
I heard that genetically modified crops don't grow unless you have the modified soil, modified nutrient... etc. etc.

So basically, this is a cash crop.

If it is successfully developed, accepted by the public, then Bill Gates would no doubt get a Nobel price for curing world hunger.

At the same time, they will be banking on selling these mod crops, soils and feeds. Cornering the market since you don't buy the whole Microsoft software package, your sh** won't work.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 11:27 AM
I have a friend in the Philippines that owns a company growing rice.

They were getting 1 crop of rice a year. Then they started using chemicals and GM rice. They now get 3 crops a year.

He's rolling in money like you wouldn't believe....but he doesn't eat rice anymore. GM Rice HAS been on the market for quite some time.

Remember back when they said "the worlds going to run out of rice"....well they had a bad GM rice crop out and the company couldn't afford the the word was ran around the world "we're almost out of rice"....everyone bought it all up and it was in everyones belly before that company could have ever been held liable for the costs of a recall.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 12:12 PM

Originally posted by eagleeye2
I think "Misled" is an understatement

I view the situation more like.."being stuffed in the ___ by Monsanto".

What is.... Oven?

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 12:28 PM
Regarding the effects of GMO on our bodies, I posted some links below.

Fertility issues has been mentionned a couple of times, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to get the actual studies.
GMO and fertility: a multigenerational study on mice

On the same subject however, there are some studies done on the role of the chromosome Y degeneration in humanity infertility. The findings talk about infertility as an evolutionary trend, that "Y chromosomes are genetically degenerate, having lost most of the active genes that were present in their ancestors.".
For mor information on the subject (here)

This is a fact. And of course, the environmental factor on top of this doesn't help. Nowadays, 1 out of 6 couple in America has trouble conceiving (link). i don't know about the developing countries, but I am quite confident that it would be much less.

There are more and more cases of intolerances and allergies of all sort of things, including preservatives, gluten, lactose, sugar, to mention but a few. The human body is actively fighting, and so is Nature.

There is the good news: a super weed, with the sweet name of Palmer amaranth, has mutated and developped the ability to resist Roundup... "Alan York estimates that about half of all Palmer amaranth populations in eastern North Carolina are resistant to glysophate, and about half show resistance to another class of herbicides, ALS (acetolactate sythase) inhibitors. A quarter of all Palmer is believed to be resistant to both types of herbicides.

This is causing trouble to the farmers, and in some cases manual labour is required to impede the invader to destroy the machines. The risk seems serious, as Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee Extension weed specialist, responded to a question from the Mid-South Farmer regarding how big of a problem weed resistance could be in the South, by saying, "Boll weevil ran cotton of the South and Resistant Palmer pigweed can have that potential."

I have read an article in a magazine talking about the loss of such farmers, requiring them to use manual labour as they were 10 years back. The increased costs, if experienced at a national level, could well be a huge factor in increased prices, as if it wasn't enough.

And IMO, this is just the begining. When you see that Mother Nature itself, in such a few years, developed the ability to resist effectively this kind of herbicides, which are amongst the strongest and most widely used, than there is something serious going on. The extent of abuse we have plundered the Earth with has forced a counteractive chain reaction.
If you take a look at the pharmaceutical industry, you will see that anibiotics are becoming less and less effective, and that doctors need to fill special forms under certain conditions to access the few antibiotics that are still effective, but for how long ?

As to this being a conspiration to eradicate us, I don't know. The facts are troubling, and I know them. But there are so many factors to be taken into account. There are so many highly influential individuals who oversized ego are serving just themselves at all levels, and portentially many at the same levels who are trying to to counteract their doings. And I am convinced that some of them are dead sure that what they do is for the greater good, and that conspirationists like us are just a bunch of undereducated selfish loonies under a guru, unwilling to let humanity progress the way it could. Tin foil hat people... until you show them the archives on the FBI website.

The thing is, if a coordinated group of influential people with sufficient access to all the top of the range technologies would get together with the idea of eradicating 90% of the population, we would be dead long ago, particularly considering the fact that the militaries have at least 30 years of advance on general public (and I think it would be more like 50 years or so).
The more likely scenario is mini fights in between small groups or even individual, everywhere, with each victory inching forward the weight towards one en of the scale.

As long as we won't have for common goal to establish a society where every human being will have access to top quality (organic biodynamic preferably !) fresh food, water, shelter, clothes, and in harmony with nature, than we won't be able to call ourselves civilized, and ego will thrive.

...Thanks for reading all that, I had a lot to say

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 01:10 PM
reply to post by Shirak

Agreed, Gates has also pushed the vaccination side of this eugenics program.

Funny how the findings that showed links between autism and vaccines were then
"disproven" by this guy, who was then indicted from fraud.

For several years, Thorsen was involved in influential studies defending the controversial use of Thimerosal (about 50% mercury by weight) as a preservative in several vaccines.

Thimerosal has been linked to autism and other neurological diseases by numerous studies

"The quality of this epidemiological research has always been questionable," states Sallie Bernard, SafeMinds president. "Many biological studies support a link between mercury and autism, but these Danish studies have been used to suppress further research into thimerosal. With clear evidence of Dr. Thorsen's lack of ethics, it is imperative to reopen this investigation.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 02:41 PM
GM anything and owning species law should be overturned and be made ILLEGAL.
We need to do a GM witch hunt.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 02:52 PM

Originally posted by SirMike

Originally posted by EthanT

Originally posted by SirMike
reply to post by EthanT

OMG ... you mean to tell me that GM foods that arent designed to increase crop yield dont, in fact, increase crop yield! I'm shocked! Shocked I tell you!
edit on 21-6-2011 by SirMike because: (no reason given)

I would imagine you would be. Since up above, you seemed to imply you believe GMOs, as they are being used today, are going to solve the world hunger problem. When, in fact, they aren't.

Darn! Right you are .... I mean its not as if some commercially avialable (or soon to be) GM crops are drought tolerant, more nutritious, blight tolerant, or have better yields (I thought we said that wasnt true).

Silly me.

Finally you reveal your stand on this issue. Tell ya what. How about you conduct an experiment on yourself by eating only Monsanto's GM grains, milk produced by cows fed solely or primarily with GM crops, and meat from animals fed solely with GM crops. Establish a baseline before you start so that it can used as a comparison point for your later improvement or descent into misery. Keep a good diary. Have periodic medical checkups. Then report back to us with a full report every six months until your demise or achievement of immortality. Include photos, diary pages, and your medical records. I look forward to reading it. Experiment on yourself. Leave others alone until you've proven that what you're promoting is safe.
edit on 6/22/2011 by dubiousone because: Spelling

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 05:24 PM
I never understood this giving the power to the rich folk. Most of them live in different world's and even when they actually really try to help the so called less fortunate, it is almost always just "code" for make money of the less fortunate. Really under this system/paradigm even wavelength/existence there is nothing else it can be but that.

I really don't know much about this bill gates other then he is the figure head of Microsoft that people seem to worship him, and really if his getting into gmo's is like anything like him getting into the computer and software or even worse the hardware market like with that crappy, x box 360 which is only popular because of 2 games really, gears of war, and for that he paid epic games to keep it exclusive and as well the halo series. Well expect lots of crap that falls apart and needs to be replaced every year or sooner, while they rake in the bucks of the crappy products they make by sweet shops and inferior parts.

Really I'f I was in all your positions I would just line them all up, and shoot them. Then get some new rich people, and if they fail and mess around, then shoot them as well, and so on and so on. Messing with the food supply for profit is definitively deserving of death. But then again people need there idols, to get them to do stuff, and the bill gates of the world, and Monsanto corp, are exactly that idols that people adhere to.

And were you all put most of your consciousness or focus on, is what will determine what is the biggest things in this world.
They never teach you that in school do they, that conciousness and the focus of mass consciousness is what determins the power structures of the world, or that were energy creatures as well as physical creatures, or how those energy structures work, or lots of things.
They sure do like to leave out lots of important information about this existence out, now don't they.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 05:43 PM
Do you think they'll eat that crap? I'd bet money that everyone involved with the funding eats strictly organic non GMO's. I would like to see anon set their sights on monsanto and gates. Monsanto needs to be stopped, although I'm afraid it may be too late, considering these gene traits can spread into other plants.

If they truly wanted to make a difference the would use that money to fund aquaponics(not hydroponics) and build permaculture food forests in these poor countries.

posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 07:23 PM
reply to post by SirMike

Finding GM free seeds is getting harder. And can you really trust the labels in a store?

Hell, I would just like three acres near my family with which to build and grow on, but the County has so many restrictions on what you can do on your own land its ridiculous. No Donkeys to plow with, no sheep to cut the grass, etc. Makes me want to move to Amish country. I just want to finish my days working with my hands. Not totally off the grid, but as close as I can get to it.

Alas, there is no family in Amish country.

posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 02:25 PM

Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
reply to post by burntheships


though in my opinion genetically modified anything is the Trojan horse
it should be obvious, to all of us by now that Monsteranto and co. are out to destroy any kind of natural food.

another poster pointed out the destruction of seed banks in countries currently under attack

of course this was just as accidental as any civilians killed.

"accidental". Of course, yeah.

Thanks for the mention of those book series, very interesting.
Its not science fiction anymore, well not quite!

Beijing is pro-biotechnology and has already allowed several GM crops to be grown, including cotton, peppers, tomatoes and papayas, and has authorized imports of GM soya and corn for the food industry.

But rice – the key staple in the diet of the country's more than 1.3 billion people – is a much more sensitive question.

''Two-thirds of Chinese eat rice every day,'' said Tong Pingya, a highly respected agronomist who blasted Chinese scientists for ''treating the people like guinea pigs'' at a conference in May chaired by Vice-Premier Li Keqiang. ''China does not need this genetically modified rice, as it produces enough and even exports a bit,'' Tong told AFP.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 11:36 AM
Damn Monsanto. A great movie to see is Food Inc. because it truly shows what is wrong with our food system. Monsanto controls around 95% of the soybean seed market and many other plants. Any farmers who use different seeds or reuse their seeds they go after aggressively in court until the poor guys are out of business from litigation fees.

posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 09:18 PM

Originally posted by Redwookieaz
Also, I've been trying to find 20 or 40 pound bags of GM free rice at the stores but can't seem to find any information on the net. If anyone has a clue, let me in on it

Thanks again.

Check and join a local buying club. I pay about $1.29/lb for organic long grain brown rice in 50# quantity. It stores in 2 five gallon cornelius kegs, or ten gallon jugs. You can also purchase through UNFI through most major health food stores or upscale grocers like Whole Foods that have "bulk bins". Just ask the manager to order a 25# or 50# sack for you. For another $2 you can get a 100 page UNFI catalog. The more member families in your buyers club the better as you get better rates and different clubs have different fees. A chain store you might get 10% off shelf "bulk bin" price. I was a member of a 70 family buying club at one point that got 20% off wholesale list. I purchase dry goods quarterly including coffee, tea, beans, grain, flour, etc through UNFI. The buyers clubs usually meet up at a members house or a church.

Sri Oracle

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