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    GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) & the "Green Mind" of aggressive surviving mutating plants whom think of humans as predators.
    November 25, 2011
    9:48 am
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      Would you knowingly feed your loved ones poisonous plants, pesticides or herbicides?


      How about that Thanksgiving Turkey you just ate raised on anabolic GMO feed?  Those sodas and canned processed foods full of High Fructose Anabolic GMO Corn Syrup (and when did corn become an advertising doublespeak "fruit" for "fructose" especially when it is mixed with Glucose)?


      And don't forget that "naturally flavored" eggnog full of anabolic GMO high fructose corn syrup, and even that anabolic GMO corn whiskey you mixed in the eggnog, before polishing off the anabolic GMO corn Liquor bottle with more anabolic GMO high fructose corn syrup sodas watching Turkey Day Football.


      Sure the TV ads from the anabolic GMO corn merchandisers remind us that our bodies can't tell the difference between real sugar and High Fructose Anabolic GMO Corn Syrup.  But are the increase in ADHD, Autism and Alzheimer's as the "Canaries in the Coal Mines" since Corporate Multinational Agricultural Biotechnology giants introduced GMOs into your food chain.  Not only those turkeys, but your chicken, pigs and cows are all being raised with meat grown from anabolic GMO pesticide laced feed.  Just makes me want a plate of GMO metabolized bacon and eggs and milk this morning, breakfast of champions.


      And isn't it nice to know that the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, when he was Governor of Iowa was named "Governor of the Year" by the Biotechnology Industry Organization lobbying group because of his repeatedly demonstrated preference for Large Industrial Farms and GMOs.  And you thought the "Death Tax" killed off the small family farmers who were competitors to the Large Industrial Farms.

    November 26, 2011
    6:02 am
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      Yeah, and my car even seems to run rough on that GMO pesticide infected corn Ethyl-Gasohol.


      What "Green Mind" of aggressive survivalist plants who think we're their predators?

    July 31, 2013
    4:27 am
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    GMO ANSWERS website launched. GMO answers? Does It?

    It shouldn't take a rocket scientist to notice the same names coming up over and over and over again associated with many of the large multinational corporations and international governments' administrations that seem to recklessly have no regard for human rights or the environment. Pop Quiz Self Test to follow...

    Q. # 1: Outside of government office who is Donald Rumsfeld and whom are his cronies?

    Before you check out any of these GMO articles below (these snippets wiki'ed from Wikipedia), just some quick facts about Donald Rumsfeld, Monsanto, Aspartame, Tamiflu and...all that HD two-way-I-can-see-you-too-on-my-screen-from-where-you-sit video equipment plugged into your TV and computer (and don't forget the tech software giant Bill Gates' connection to Monsanto).


    After Nixon resigned and the Ford Administration Donald Rumsfeld returned to private business life, and was named president of G. D. Searle & Company, a noted worldwide pharmaceutical company, during which time he led the legalization of Aspartame.

    Rumsfeld served as CEO, and then as President, of Searle between 1977 and 1985.

    During his tenure at Searle, Rumsfeld downsized the number of employees in the company by 60%.

    The resulting spike in the company's bottom-line financials earned him awards as the Outstanding Chief Executive Officer in the Pharmaceutical Industry from the Wall Street Transcript (1980) and Financial World (1981). In 1985, he played an instrumental role in the acquisition of G.D. Searle & Company by Monsanto.

    Rumsfeld is believed to have earned around $12 million from this sale

    Rumsfeld served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Instrument Corporation from 1990 to 1993. A leader in broadband transmission, distribution, and access control technologies for cable, satellite and terrestrial broadcasting applications.

    From January 1997 until being sworn in as the 21st Secretary of Defense in January 2001, Rumsfeld served as Chairman of Gilead Sciences, Inc.

    Gilead Sciences is the developer of Tamiflu (Oseltamivir), which is used in the treatment of bird flu.[37]

    As a result, Rumsfeld's holdings in the company grew significantly when avian flu became a subject of popular anxiety during his later term as Secretary of Defense. Following standard practice, Rumsfeld recused himself from any decisions involving Gilead, and he directed the Pentagon's General Counsel to issue instructions outlining what he could and could not be involved in if there were an avian flu pandemic and the Pentagon had to respond

    Federal disclosure forms indicate that Rumsfeld owns between US$5 million and US$25 million in Gilead stock

    In November 2005, George W. Bush urged Congress to pass $7.1 billion in emergency funding to prepare for the possible bird flu pandemic, of which $1 billion is solely dedicated to the purchase, and distribution of Tamiflu.

    Bloomberg Businessweek News: British Medical Journal slams Roche on Tamiflu:



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    GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) & the "Green Mind" of aggressive surviving mutating plants whom think of humans as predators



    ...as usual, think for yourself. Don't let others, including me, do your thinking for you.

    March 7, 2017
    7:43 pm

    I think this problem of aggressiveness should be treated! thanks for this article! http://bigpaperwriter.com/blog.....oods-essay will open your eyes on genetically modified foods!

    February 14, 2018
    9:05 pm
    Planet Earth
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    We have started buying as much organic, non-gmo, hormone-, and antibiotic-free foods. We don't consume soy, corn, wheat, (or any grains, due to self-prevention of type II diabetes), we don't consume canola, soy, corn, or any hydrogenated oils. We use ghee (because Travis recently learned he has a casein (dairy protein) intolerance, organic coconut oil (for anything cooked at a higher heat), and genuine olive oil (a lot of it marketed as olive oil is adulterated with soy, corn, or canola and not labeled as such). Only use olive oil on warm or cold foods - never heat it very high or it goes through a chemical change. Anyway, the point I have been meandering to get to is that we have been surprised that these dietary changes a) truly do taste better, and b) seem to fill our tummies better, and therefore we're consuming smaller quantities without actually trying to. It makes us wonder if, because we're getting more nutrients if that's helping with hunger. Soils are still more depleted than they were 100 years ago, but still, maybe the less toxic stuff is closer to doing the job "human fuel" is supposed to do.

    Edited to add: Rumsfeld is an asshole ... Link to Sweet Misery:

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