GMO’s hidden in your food linked with cancer, migraines, sterility, diabetes, autism and digestive disorders

GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organism. In essence, mad scientists extract parts of a gene from one species and force it onto another species. The short term effect is a new, patentable gene that has a disgusting safety record.

But safety has nothing to do with GMO, whose only goal is to produce profits for the patent-holder. GMO’s do not offer a single benefit to the consumer. They do not taste better, or offer any additional nutrient value. The manufacturer does promise a benefit to farmers, but fails to deliver on that promise.

What is the promise to farmers?

Farmers erroneously believe they will receive higher yields  with the GMO crops. In reality, the yields are higher with organic, sustainable crops, which are more resistant to drought. Therefore the only “benefit” to the farmer is a more expensive seed that is “roundup-ready”, meaning that they can spray copious amounts of Glyphosate (a chemical weapon of war) on their food crops. Everything will die except for zombified plants that look like food.

What happens to Animals fed GMO’s?

Animals often instinctively avoid the GMO’s. Researchers have been repeatedly shocked at seeing the animals’ refusal to eat the GMO food that looks identical to the organic version. When they are forced to eat GMO’s, they often develop grotesque tumours, have stillborn babies, or are rendered infertile. The effect is passed down to future generations. When an animal is fed GMO’s, her offspring will typically be smaller, may die suddenly within the first week, or will likely be infertile. Instead of a perpetual cycle of producing new generations forever, the way God intended, the GMO-fed animals usually extinguish themselves within just three generations.

What about Human Trials?

Well that is kind of a trick question, since there have been none! Yes, that’s right. Some lawmakers thought that it would be a good idea to skip the human trials and proceed to allow the Evil Monsanto to release its animal-disfiguring and toxic GMO’s directly to the market so that YOU (yes, YOU) can be the guinea pig!

OH MY GOD! Are you serious?

Unfortunately, yes.  The unwitting human test-subjects are already showing a plethora of horrible symptoms, most commonly headaches including migraines, inflammation (everywhere) and every kind of digestive disorder, plus food allergies. Also, most long-term disorders including diabetes and autism have steadily increased since the release of GMO’s just a few years ago. The full extent of the damage is still unknown, because diseases like cancer often take many years to develop. In about 5-10 more years, if GMO’s are still around, there may be a huge amount of evidence proving that GMO’s are directly related to cancer.

But you’ll have to wait about 70 more years to find out if your grand-kids are able to continue the family-tradition of making babies. One of the main reasons that scientists use animals for scientific study is precisely this: most animals have a much shorter lifespan than we do. We can therefore see the “long-term” effects of a substance much faster than if we wait for three human generations. Certainly, there are some cases where a substance is harmful to an animal yet harmless to humans and vice versa. That’s why we (normally) have three phases of study before allowing a substance into the market:

Phase one: test tubes! If it looks harmful in a test tube, then we probably shouldn’t feed it to an animal!

Phase two: animals! If it looks to be beneficial in the test tubes, let’s test it on a sick animal, and see if it cures them! But if we give it to a healthy animal and the animal dies or becomes seriously ill, then we definitely shouldn’t be giving this to humans.

Phase three: humans! If a substance has been shown to cure sick animals, there may be some humans willing to try their luck. This is usually done with the full consent of the patient, who is required to read a long list of possible side effects, then sign a waiver of responsibility… in case the experiment is unsuccessful.

It’s deplorable that the government has allowed good, honest, non-consenting individuals to become part of this sick experiment. I did not sign any consent form. Did you? I thought not. And yet these GMO’s are now so ubiquitous that they are hard to avoid. Nearly the entire supermarket is filled with them. They are most likely in your fridge and in your gut. Sadly, you’ve probably fed these same poisons to your children, believing them to be safe, at least as safe as other processed food.

So what can I do?

Opt out of the experiment immediately! If you live in a country that has a modicum of respect for human life, the GMO’s will either be completely banned or at least properly labeled. If you live in the USA or Canada, whose governments claim to protect life but so far have not followed through on that promise, you’ll have to assume that GMO’s are in just about every package of processed food. In particular, you should stay away from ALL non-organic products containing corn, soy and canola.

I am sure that you love your family as much as I love mine. If so, then you will want to inform each and every member of your family (and there is no need to stop there) about the looming dangers of GMO. You may want to send them this article, or buy a copy of the documentary above. You may also want to help your family clean out its fridges and pantries. If it seems like “wasting money” to throw away food, remember these two points:

First, illness ALWAYS costs more than wellness!

And second, GMO’s are NOT food!!!!!!!!!!!

Robo-Mosquitoes Are a Serious Threat to Human Life

The mosquito is certainly among Earth’s most hated creatures, and for a variety of reasons. The least important of these reasons–its annoying buzz–is enough to summon the first degree murderer in nearly every human. Who among us has the mental fortitude to lie tranquilly in bed without plotting the violent death of a mosquito that lurks in the protected airspace? Aside from the sleep-disturbing sound caused by mosquitoes of both genders, the female mosquito provokes more serious concerns ranging from an itchy allergic reaction to her otherwise-benign probe, to the sometimes-fatal consequence of passing viruses between people. A look at world history will reveal that the mosquito may be more deserving of the title “public enemy #1” than even the most horrendously deranged humans. Since mosquitoes can easily spread diseases like malaria, yellow fever, west nile, and dengue fever, humans have a good reason to take preventative defensive measures. In the past, even the mightiest empires have underestimated and misunderstood the world’s tiniest air force, and with devastating consequences. Today, we must be more intelligent and more strategic than ever. We must learn from our past, and make calculated decisions. And we must always remember that some things are incalculable!

Queen Elizabeth, take note!

Oxitec Ltd. of England has developed a genetically modified mosquito dubbed OX513A that also flies under the aliases “suicide mosquito”, “dead-end bug” and even “Frankenskeeter”.

But G.M. is no joke!

The all-male robo-mosquitoes contain a “lethality gene” that is supposed to ensure the premature demise of the subsequent generation of mosquitoes. If all goes smoothly, the local mosquito population will drop. But that is one enormous “IF”. The half-baked plan contains at minimum, the following gigantic flaws:

  • if the mosquitoes are exposed to the antibiotic tetracycline, the mutant mosquitoes will survive as flying zombies with untold capabilities and subject to an infinite number of future mutations.
  • tetracycline is commonly used by humans and other animals, so it is a practical certainty that some percentage of mosquitoes will be exposed.
  • the plan requires “overwhelming” the native mosquitoes with transgenic ones at a ratio of 10 to 1.
  • the plan targets only the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, and does nothing to prevent other types of mosquitoes from adapting to fill its disease-spreading niche, and both natural and engineered adaptations are likely to result in new  species that are stronger than the present target.
  • according to Camilo Rodriguez-Beltran, a Chilean biosecurity expert that was trained in France, the gene-altered mosquitoes could cross international boundaries, violating international treaties on biosafety. “All consequences that could occur are unforeseen,” Rodriguez said. “It’s been developed very rapidly.”

And very stupidly, I may add. The mosquito is already dangerous enough as it is. Screwing with its genes could prove to be detrimental to human life. Olmedo Carrasquilla, a Panamanian environmental lawyer, said that Panama should educate the public on mosquito control. He asks “Why invest millions in methods and technology when there are no guarantees and when there are rudimentary methods that work?” 120,000 people in South Florida apparently agree. Angry residents temporarily blocked a plan to test Oxitec’s robo-mosquito in the Florida Keys last year. Here’s hoping the plan will be dropped rather than delayed. Oxitec mosquitoes have been tested in the Cayman Islands, Brazil and Malaysia and may soon be  tested in India, Florida and Panama, unless governments can WAKE UP to the imminent dangers in time. Besides the best-known strategy for mosquito prevention of dumping stangnant water to reduce mosquito breeding, there are other strategies. My favorite strategy comes from the Kuna indigenous tribe, which currently resides in the beautiful Caribbean archipelago called San Blas, or Kuna Yala in the Kuna language. The Kunas have survived for thousands of years in jungles, mountains and islands. Their survival depends on a healthy co-existence with nature. The Kunas have developed an advanced and complete system of natural medicine that is known as Tuleina. Tuleina is not well-recorded (yet!) but it contains the knowledge of thousands of beneficial plants, at least one for every known and unknown medical condition. To protect themselves from the pesky mosquito, the Kuna take one cup of herbal tea, which successfully wards off mosquitoes for a month or longer. I have taken this tea only a few times in the past eleven years, and I’ve not had a single mosquito bite in over a decade! And I’ve never had to resort to using (toxic) bug spray, not do I fumigate, nor do I sleep in a net. The mosquitoes simply do not come near me.  Even when sitting outside, surrounded by others that complain about the nasty insects, the tiny predators keep a healthy distance from me. So much so that in the last decade, I’ve scarcely even heard their once-familiar buzz. The lesson to be learned here is that, when confronting a natural problem, it is far better to search for the natural solution, rather than seeking the most complicated, most expensive, and most patentable “solution”, that will eventually reveal itself as the most idiotic, most ridiculous and most dangerous course ever taken.