posted on Dec, 25 2013 @ 04:45 AM
It's high time there's a national conversation about our diets, food manufacturers and the advertising that goes with it. We have a right to know
what goes into our food, down to the last molecule and the fact that these companies are attempting to muddy the water further, only makes me think
they have something to hide.
They have a lot to hide. Like the fact that we don't have a choice and there's not really anything we can do about it. You see, the only ways to
sustain the food requirements of a population that has overgrown the natural carrying capacity of its land base are to A) alter the land to allow for
more production than it naturally would (i.e. agriculture); or B) alter the genetic attributes of the food species itself to allow for more production
than would naturally be possible (bioengineering).
The former is segueing into the latter as our planet becomes "smaller" and there is less and less fertile land to cultivate. They have
this or there won't be enough food to go around and their customer base (you) will die
. That's the dirty little secret.
I'm afraid it's Soylent Green for everyone, folks--processed garbage with just enough nutrients in it to keep us alive and minding the store. That
is, until the cancer and autism make us all completely useless... then who knows what they'll do.