The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including both Organic and Genetically-Modified foods.

     

 

“Doublethink lies at the very heart of Ingsoc, since the essential act of the Party is to use conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.”

George Orwell, from “1984”, 1949

 

 

 

June 19, 2017 – Nearly everyone, moreover — 93 percent — says the federal government should require labels on food saying whether it’s been genetically modified, or “bio-engineered” (this poll used both phrases). Such near-unanimity in public opinion is rare.

July 19, 2017 – GMO pet foods may be safe, but are rejected by pet owners

February 5, 2018 – Could 2018 mark the end of the anti-GMO movement?

May 7, 2018 – US will label GMO foods with smiley faces and sunshine

The USDA says consumers don’t need to know if food has been modified using CRISPR.

May 21, 2018 – Whole Foods quietly pauses its GMO labeling requirements

 

 

 

May 18, 2018 – Maturing US organic sector sees steady growth to a new record for an increase of 6.4 percent.

May 21, 2018 – Sales growth of organic foods slips to 6.4% in 2017

 

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As you can see from the sets of quotes up above, the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including both Organic and Genetically-Modified foods.

It’s May 2018, and the general populace has realized that the food supply has been weaponized against it.

That’s really bad news for the unholy cabal of genetically-related Secret Handshake Club members who have been ruling us from the shadows all the way back to Babylon, and before.

To this point, few, other than myself, and some precocious grade school children here and there, have yet grasped that these “One Percenters” are all one big crime family, carefully husbanding their precious bloodline down through the Millenia:

“February 27, 2012 – 12 yr Girl Discovers 42 of 43 US Presidents Related to One British King

Despite their studious, ongoing efforts at complete obfuscation down through the ages, it’s fairly easy to prove that Death-worship, human sacrifice, cannibalism and the general subjection of every person and entity on the planet other than themselves is their modus operandi, and I’m of the opinion that we’re all going to be much better off when they are no longer in charge of our health and welfare.

While possessing wholly-controlled-and-coopted media organs in every nation on the planet might seem impressive on many levels, it is well known that no amount of firepower can control things when the populace has risen against you, as the Vietnam war well-elucidated.

So I invite you to read the news accounts below and rejoice, and consider taking whatever action might seem appropriate to you to advance the cause of humanity at this time.

 

 

 

 

 

November 2013 – New study: GMO sweet corn rare in U.S. supermarkets

Monsanto’s genetically engineered sweet corn appears to be a big flop in the United States.

 

June 19, 2017 – Poll: Skepticism of Genetically Modified Foods

With safety concerns widespread, Americans almost unanimously favor mandatory labels on genetically modified foods. And most say they’d use those labels to avoid the food.

Barely more than a third of the public believes that genetically modified foods are safe to eat. Instead 52 percent believe such foods are unsafe, and an additional 13 percent are unsure about them. That’s broad doubt on the very basic issue of food safety.

Nearly everyone, moreover — 93 percent — says the federal government should require labels on food saying whether it’s been genetically modified, or “bio-engineered” (this poll used both phrases). Such near-unanimity in public opinion is rare.

 

July 19, 2017 – GMO pet foods may be safe, but are rejected by pet owners

 

December 14, 2017 – GMOs Might Feed the World If Only Investors Weren’t So Scared

 

January 25, 2018 – Monsanto Won’t Take GMO Free Chipotle News Sitting Down

 

February 5, 2018 – Could 2018 mark the end of the anti-GMO movement?

 

February 5, 2018 – US Court Rejects FDA Appeal on GMO Salmon Approval Documents

Last week, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the FDA’s latest attempt to hide thousands of pages of key government documents related to the agency’s first-ever approval of genetically engineered (GE) salmon for human consumption.

 

February 7, 2018 – The six trends driving a record-breaking year for UK organic food and drink

 

March 9, 2018 – Monsanto Halts Plan for Bt Soybeans in US

 

April 5, 2018 – Sagging Corn Pulls Down Monsanto’s Sales

 

April 5, 2018 – Monsanto Company Optimistic on Closure of Merger with Bayer; First Half as-Reported EPS Remains Ahead of Prior Year with Announcement of Second Quarter Financial Results

 

April 10, 2018 – Monsanto Company (MON) Surges: Stock Moves 6.2% Higher

 

April 19, 2018 – Court Knocks Down Monsanto Challenge to California Cancer Chemicals List

 

April 26, 2018 – Monsanto’s Venture Arm Could Be Winding Down, Sources Suggest 

 

May 7, 2018 – US will label GMO foods with smiley faces and sunshine

The USDA says consumers don’t need to know if food has been modified using CRISPR.

 

May 18, 2018 – Maturing US organic sector sees steady growth of 6.4 percent in 2017

The organic food market hit $45.2 billion in sales, also breaking through to a new record for an increase of 6.4 percent.

 

May 21, 2018 – Sales growth of organic foods slips to 6.4% in 2017

 

May 21, 2018 – Whole Foods quietly pauses its GMO labeling requirements

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including both Organic and Genetically-Modified foods.

  1. Morgonite

    Jeff, I’ve actually been boosting the Monsanto merger from time to time. They’re disgustingly over-confident that it will go through. A German pharma giant being the proprietary owner of the ears of corn In my local grocery is not progress. Tomorrow we pour, then we boost some more!

    M

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  2. Jeff Miller Post author

    M, thanks for this – I’m sure it will go through, however they’re fighting a desperate rearguard action, which will soon turn to rout.

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  3. Edward

    Half the crap on the shelf has canola oil in it. And I’m talking about the non GMO crap. Canola oil is genetically modified by definition. In fact it’s genetically modified rapeseed oil. There’s no such thing as a canola plant or tree. So despite what their lying labels say, such as “project non GMO verified”, read the label. Most of it has canola oil in it and as i have said, it doesn’t exist outside of genetic modification! Now my real point is this. They are lying satanists, what makes you think they are telling you the truth on the label? Don’t eat processed food! you weren’t there when they made it, how do you know what’s in it? You already know they’re liars.

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  4. Carlos Silva

    In my time in the US we often had wonderful organic food, specially at the home of Don and Carol – thanks guys 😉

    Going to places like Whole Foods was an eye opener as to how much people are into organic, right now! It was also shocking to discover there is quite a lot of organic-labeled food with processed stuff in it, canola oil being one good example – thanks Edward from bringing it up.

    I agree with Jeff they are fighting a rear-guard action, though. People’s conscience is changing, the targets of their wallets are changing and so will the quality of food on offer by the big corporations. It’s do or die for them.
    At home we have non-labeled fruits and vegetables from the local market and their taste easily makes us forget about the imitation food at the supermarket. For example, some of the tomatoes can be quite ugly, but they taste so good! Haha 😀

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  5. Edward

    I have heard that out west there is a lot more awareness about eating whole food. Here it is still just a niche market, and there are no stores dedicated to selling organic foods. So we are stuck with wading through the crap they put in the stores. There is a local store here that sells cheese, milk and butter from an amish dairy. None of it is certified by the government as organic, but you can bet it is truly organic. The amish do everything the old way. And i looked up the dairy, and they say all of the farms they collect milk from are definitely organic, though not certified, which is understandable since the amish don’t have much to do with the government; other than being recruited for mind controlled slaves. i tell you it is the best butter and cheese i have ever had, bar none. Some of the cheese is made with unpasteurized milk, it is excellent!

    I do like to get my produce from small farmers dedicated to growing organically, i too don’t care if it’s certified, as long as i know the people growing it are like minded and are honest. I haven’t had a major garden since i moved to the city in 2014, i’ve done some small containers a few times since moving, but i used to plant a huge garden every year when i had land. All true living organics of course; the excess would be sold at the farmers market or given away, depending on how much time i had. I love growing a garden, there is something spiritual about it. I used to hang out in the midst of my garden, walk around barefoot and talk to our creator and thank him for the harvest. It was conducive to that. I imagine no matter what you believe, your very own garden would be a great place to meditate and do spiritual things and get in touch with nature if you aren’t already. i really miss that aspect of it.

    I am going to do a small fall garden this year, by the time we got settled in here it was too late to start a spring garden, although i’m still going to do a few containers with tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, etc.

    But next spring, half the back yard will be a garden! I already started a compost pile, and all the kitchen scraps, coffee grounds, leaves and grass clippings i can get are going into it. By fall we will have really nice compost without having to buy much but some bone meal maybe, well, and lime. I intend to get a worm bin too. And when i get some more money and get all caught up, i am ordering a kit for bokashi compost; which uses effective microbes that ferment all the waste and makes it break down a lot faster in the compost pile; if the worms don’t eat it 1st as they love bokashi compost; and so do dogs. sorry, i kind of got off topic.

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  6. Carlos Silva

    Thanks for correcting the dates, Edward.

    Good to know you’re getting some good quality food over there and that you’re going to grow your own. That’s a trend that’s been slowly catching up, even in urbanized areas where possible. People love green and growing their own stuff. Go figure! 😉

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  7. Morgonite

    Food, such an important component in OUR growth and health but also in THEIR machinations and scheming plans. I call it the Whole Foods Effect: If we TRICK people into feeling like their buying healthy food with the design of the store, nice lighting ect, then they will gladly pay twice the amount for the same processed crap and never look at the ingredients. Here in the south we have Publix and Kroger. Publix stores are all White and green, with lots of natural light and an attractive layout….but if your paying attention while you shop, everything costs more than Kroger AND their Organic inventory is barely a quarter of Krogers. They seem to go out of their way to stock products that have the illusion of Organic but if you look close are nothing but crap. It’s impossible for me to do all my organic shopping at that store….Kroger on the other hand is unassuming, almost dirty looking but kicks butt with prices and actually heathy food. They’ve even started carrying Dandelion greens for my juicing…In the end I think it comes down to not buying into their Glammer spell….the Illusion of health tied into personal image and Ego….ergo shopping at Whole Wallet because you want to be seen shopping at Whole Wallet so everyone knows you can afford to shop at Whole Wallet. No better destroyer of that paradigm than Orgonite and your own garden I think. There’s no Poncing around on your phone, smelling and looking fancy when your out in the mud with the bugs. No ego, but lotsa pride.
    M.
    On another note, I lucked out at the Goodwill Thursday and got a commercial sized Chicago Metallic muffin pan for 5 bucks. It makes 24 at a time. Woo Hoo! I got a bucket full of TB’s ready for the world.

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  8. Lovegeneration

    When I was a kid in the 70s my parents bought Alta Dena raw milk and that was all we drank. I don’t know if they have that in the US anymore? Here in New Zealand we can get organic raw milk straight from a farm, purchasing as a collective. No labels on the bottles but they have earned the trust of the people all over the north island who buy it. The government has tried to shut it down with legislation but the demand keeps growing and the farm changed their business setup so each person is like a member not just a buyer. Food is everything! Every hour I put into composting, weeding, planting, harvesting, peeling, cooking, juicing is time well spent and immeasurable value to my kids health. After 2 years of orgonite buried all through our property the fruit trees have doubled their output!!

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