Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Like Your 'FrankenFood?' Then Meet Some of the Makers of this Poison

Like the Monsanto family, who got on the road to riches by selling slaves.

When Monsanto got into the 'Frankenfood' business, they initially developed their poisons from several sources, one being cockroach DNA.

The reason cockroaches are found in abundance in sewers is because of the water supply and all that tasty human shit they love to eat.
Now thanks to companies like Monsanto, we're being fed food that was developed from cockroaches that like to eat shit. YUMMY!!
Cockroaches can live for two weeks without a head because they have "brains" on their legs. In time, a headless roach will die from starvation.
Hell, that's nothing, here in the USA, we have professional politicians that live their entire life without a head.

But we can trust Monsanto, right? After all, they're being watched by the FDA, that government agency that is supposed to check on our food, to make sure we're not being fed poisons.
Monsanto states unequivocally that it is not their job to assure the efficacy and safety of their products, that this falls under the heading of the FDA. The FDA states they do not have the capacity to test any of the products introduced to them for approval, that they trust the studies provided by the companies that want the approval. And further, that the FDA trusts the companies implicitly.
Monsanto FrankenFoods The Monster Amongst Us - Dr Robert Rowen Anthony J Hilder

From making 'Agent Orange,' a weed killer used in Vietnam to destroy the jungle, a potent herbicide that is still today killing not only plants, but people and causing babies to be born horribly mutilated, to the bribing of officials, both here in the USA and abroad, to making the noxious Aspartame, to dumping thousands of tons of toxic waste from Alabama, to England and Wales, to using child labor, Monsanto has no qualms about making money, regardless of the threats posed to humanity.

Monsanto Declared Worst Company of 2011 by NaturalSociety

Monsanto, a major biotech corporation responsible for genetically modifying many staple foods, has been given the Worst Company of 2011 Award for threatening both human health and the environment. The award was given by natural health information website NaturalSociety after thousands of readers voted Monsanto the worst company of 2011.

Numerous scientific studies have found Monsanto's GMO crops, herbicides, and biopesticides to be a danger to the planet. A review of 19 studies announced that consumption of GMO corn or soybeans may lead to significant organ disruptions in rats and mice – particularly in the liver and kidneys. The researchers also mentioned that GMO soybean and corn varieties contribute to "83% of the commercialized GMOs" that you may currently be consuming if you purchase conventional produce. Monsanto's best-selling herbicide Roundup has also been found to create superweeds that are heavily resistant to herbicides, which are estimated to now consume over 120 million hectares worldwide.
If you rather not eat this crap and grow your own food, too bad, Monsanto is on to you!
In early 2009, corporations like Monsanto, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Sodexo and Tyson Foods wrote and sponsored "food safety" bills which, according to critics; hand control and policing of food to factory farms and corporations. They point out that bills impose industrial, anti-farming "standards" to independent farms. Also, that they subject those who do not use chemicals and fertilizers to severe penalties, which apply even to producers growing food for their own consumption. The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009: HR 875 was introduced by Rosa DeLauro, whose husband (Stanley Greenburg) works for Monsanto. According to critics, the bill includes criminalization of seed banking, prison terms and confiscatory fines for farmers; 24 hour GPS tracking of their animals and warrentless government entry.
Tell PBS to Stop Spreading Monsanto's Propaganda


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this exposé of one of the most evil companies on the planet!


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