posted on Sep, 23 2012 @ 11:05 PM
reply to post by BeReasonable
I was considered one of the top 12 suspects for anti-genetic engineering
Eco-terrorism as this pdf from Cyberian Intelligence Services details
What was my crime? I was called a "multi-sector" and "habitual" protester.
Yep -- that's right.
Freedom of speech made me a suspect.
Are you suggesting that those of us who speak out against genetic engineering should not do so?
Are we terrorists maybe?
Horizontal Gene Transfer – The Hidden Hazards of Genetic Engineering Dr. Mae-Wan Ho
Now Dr. Mae-Wan Ho is not a fanatic -- she recently supported genetic engineered bacteria to create biofuel - as long as the bacteria are safely
But planting crops self-reproduce and spread in a way that can't be controlled and the "science" doing the research is controlled by Monsanto.
genes engineered into transgenic plants have transferred via pollen to bacteria and yeasts living in the gut of bee larvae(1).
FArmaggedon is not an understatement regarding genetic engineering.
You know what the Terminator seed is correct?
O.K. so you have this paternalistic attitude about "feeding the masses" -- which has been heavily promoted by mind-controlled corporate advertising
(which is 100% tax deductible btw).
O.K. guess what -- people have been feeding themselves for thousands of years using organic humanure composting all over the world.
Now get this -- Western colonialism has caused people to starve more than anything else.
Cargill: Our Taxes, Global Destruction!
Time to learn how the largest private corporation in the world operates -- controlling food is more important than controlling oil.
Between 1985 and 1992, the legal entity called Cargill received $800.4 million in tax subsidies via the Export Enhancement Program, a continuation
of the infamous “Food for Peace” policy, writes Kneen. Promoted by Hubert H. Humphrey and instituted as PL 480, food became a Cold War tool, i.e.
“for Peace.” If we can induce people to “become dependent on us for food,” then “what is a more powerful weapon than food and fiber?”
Humphrey declared, according to “Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies” by Noam Chomsky. Actually, most of the nation
recipients of tax-subsidized Cargill food dumping were, and are, net exporters of food already — policies imposed by colonial trading patterns. The
food (for Peace) has been bought cheaply by neocolonial regimes, and then sold at a huge discount on the local market — in Somalia, for example, at
one-sixth of the local prices.
Many examples of these misguided policies can be found in “Betraying the National Interest: How US Foreign AID Threatens Global Security by
Undermining the Political and Economic Stability of the Third World,” by Frances Moore Lappe, et al. Cargill’s undercutting wipes out the local
farmers’ self-reliance, while the revenues (going to the elite) are tied to required purchases of U.S. weapons, writes Chomsky, citing “The Soft
War” by Tom Barry, 1988. But the main beneficiary of “Food for Peace” has been Cargill. Keen writes, “From 1954 to 1963, just for storing and
transporting P.L. 480 commodities, the heavily subsidized giant Cargill made $1 billion.” Indian lawyer N.J. Nanjundaswamy reports that a Cargill
motto is, “One who controls the seed, controls the farmer, and one who controls the food trade, controls the nation.” Yudof’s recently stated
support of federal foreign policy Title XII is another public promotion of the University of Minnesota-Cargill partnership’s raiding of sustainable
Yeah so Cargill works with Monsanto.
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