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Big Ag forms alliance to float propaganda:Pesticides are good for you!

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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“Wasn’t the reason we had to let the bio-pirates patent seeds, mutate nature, and contaminate the land and water and the resulting food supply was because they claimed they were the answer to global hunger?  They were going to end global hunger, weren’t they?  They wouldn’t have lied would they? This couldn’t have just been about food control and profits, could it? Surely not. “

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Who knew pesticides were actually good for us?  Here we thought they were toxic concoctions that adversely affected humans, plants and animals, but it turns out we were all wrong.  Never mind, that these hazardous chemicals contaminate land and water and pose a significant risk to the environment overall.  And, never mind that we have no idea what the inert and hazardous ingredients are contained in them that could cause cancer, blindness, paralysis, seizures and other maladies, as it turns out it isn’t about health and safety. Its all about convenience, affordability ($$$).  Its about our lifestyles! 

While we all erroneously believed that spraying carcinogens, heavy metals, microbial mutations, and god knows what else on anything and everything in sight might not be a good idea, it turns outs all this crap is really good for birds, animals, plants and the environment.  One could conclude that the residual chemicals left in the end products and consumed by human beings must also be beneficial.     

Like many of you, I was opposed to the use of toxic chemicals being applied in ever increasing amounts to food crops.  But then I read this article:

From AGROW Awards: Benefits of pesticides

“The use of pesticides brings numerous benefits and makes a significant contribution to the lifestyles we have come to expect. These benefits are not confined to the users of pesticides, but reach the great majority of people across the world. The general public often take for granted or oppose the use of pesticides, but they make possible the year-round availability of high-quality, affordable food. Similarly, the environment and wild plants, birds and animals benefit from the carefully regulated application of chemical pesticides.”

Carefully regulated?  When did that happen?  Application is now determined by the level of resistance building up in the crops and pests these applications are used on.  There is no careful regulation.  In fact, no regulation at all; just increased application or strength of application.  And it is safe…..the FDA says so.  And you know you can trust the FDA!

I cannot even believe this statement “Similarly, the environment and wild plants, birds and animals benefit from the carefully regulated application of chemical pesticides.” was even made.  And as the article says, use of pesticides is not limited to users of pesticides.  Yuuummm! More

We’re All In This Together

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One evening in the early 1980s, I was asked by a woman I’d just met, “What kind of a name is Rea?” I thought for a moment and recalled that my father had mentioned we had some sort of Scandinavian connection, but that was all I could come up with. I was totally stumped as to the origins of my own surname and I had to admit I was embarrassed by it. By the way, it’s Scots-Irish, for those who want to know.

This experience got me thinking about how little I knew about my family and its history. It also reminded me of something a neighbor had asked me once, about whether or not I was satisfied with my “place in history.” At the time, I had to answer that I wasn’t sure I even knew what my place in history was, let alone whether or not I was satisfied with it.

It was thinking about these encounters and their implication that I was ignorant of my own past that propelled me to do something about it. I’m the sort of person who feels offended by ignorance, particularly my own, and it was something I just couldn’t allow to continue unabated. So, it was at that point that I began to educate myself, first, about the practice of genealogical research and, having gained enough knowledge of how it is done to at least get started, I began an intellectual journey that has lasted me over twenty-four years, so far, and which I anticipate will remain uncompleted by the time I die.

As I pursued this great new hobby of genealogy over the years, I became aware, about a decade ago, of my connection to the royalty of medieval Europe. It came to me in spurts as I pursued my great-grandmother’s lineage further back in time. First, I began to find lines that stretched back into the 1400s, which was exciting enough, in itself. But, as I dug deeper, these lines began to intersect with aristocrats and nobles of medieval England and France and, eventually, I found my connections to the various monarchs of Europe, whose indiscriminate sexual exploits had produced the lineages of descendants that can be claimed by millions of Americans living today.

Now, while it is exciting to find such people lurking in one’s family tree, I have to say that my approach to it all is a bit more down to earth than some others I have known. For me, the whole pursuit of genealogy is about finding a sense of connectedness with, not only my own family, but with all of the human race. As I got deeper into genealogy and began to explore genetic genealogy; i.e., the practice of using DNA testing to prove linkages to other living individuals who share the same ancestry, I became aware of something profound, which I’d never really thought about before, and that is that we are all, quite literally, cousins. Not “brothers” and “sisters,” as in the Biblical sense, but actual biologically related cousins, albeit many generations removed from each other. This is because we are all of the same species and have all descended from the same small group of humans who first walked out of Africa and populated the rest of the planet some 150,000 years ago.

In light of this, genealogy becomes more of a pastime, a parlor pursuit, especially as it is practiced by those whose focus is on acquiring data on famous people and royalty. All that becomes rather meaningless once one realizes that we are all related by blood and that our connection to each other through our common ancestors lies deep in our species’ past. So, quite literally, we are all cousins – even those whom we hate and revile as evil, as well as all those billions of nameless, faceless “strangers” we see as being somehow separate and apart from ourselves and our immediate families.

That brings me to the focus of this article, which is my own personal connection to some of the most evil people who ever lived. Specifically, I am an eighth cousin, twice removed, of David Rockefeller. Now, after you’ve finished gasping and imagining that I must, therefore, be some sort of Illuminist, myself, let me assure you it isn’t that way at all.

The distinction – and there are many – between myself and men like Rockefeller that I wish to point out is that his kind sees genealogy and breeding as something entirely different from my view of the subject. Rockefeller and his ilk are obsessed with the idea that they are descendants of a superior race of humans who are destined to rule the world and subjugate all others. That is why it is one of their rules that no one be allowed into their little clique of psychotics who isn’t a direct line descendant of one of their own members. They stress that this line be unbroken to the present for at least five generations.

In my own case, I am regarded by the elites as a so-called “commoner,” as my line, while connected to theirs, diverged at some point many generations ago and intermarried with people they would consider to be “outsiders.” So, even if I was predisposed to want to join the elite on the basis of my genealogical background, I could not do so. Nor would I want to, of course, for I share nothing in common – other than being a fellow human – with these mass-murdering scum.

This is why I have published, on my genealogy website, the following notes on my connection to David Rockefeller:

Few men are as evil as David Rockefeller. Didn’t expect to see a statement like that here, did you? Nevertheless, it’s true and I was shocked and embarrassed – no, mortified – to find such a man in my family tree. Now, my family tree is not exactly devoid of such types. There is Eyestein the Wicked, for example, among my Viking ancestors, and, for those who buy into Mel Gibson’s version of the middle ages, there is the villain from “Braveheart,” King Edward I. Even so, their acts of wickedness pale in comparison to David Rockefeller’s.

I say this because David Rockefeller, if not the architect of, is certainly the chief modern instigator and director of the largest ongoing conspiracy to control the world’s wealth – and thus, every man, woman and child’s life along with it. That is as briefly and kindly as I can put it.

If you do some Google searches on David Rockefeller, you will find such seemingly innocuous articles as that found on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Rockefeller), but, it is just as likely you will find the truth about him, as well. I don’t have the time and energy, or the webspace to devote to it all here. The man’s life has been so voluminous in detail that entire books have been written about him (both pro and con, including his own autobiography), as well as books about the globalist organizations and empire he’s created, among which is “The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline,” by James Perloff, which I highly recommend to anyone who cares about the future of America and the world.

Obviously, I’m a man who cares a great deal about the past, but I care more about the future, because that’s where we’re all headed for. Go ahead. Check out David Rockefeller and the globalist network he’s created, which includes the CFR, the Trilateral Commission and many other organizations that together comprise a worldwide network dedicated to acheiving a world government under which the United States of America – as well all the nations of the world – will cease to exist. Edward I could never have dreamed of such power, but David Rockefeller and his family have done so for well over a century – and acted upon those dreams.

Perhaps more damning than anything anyone else has said about David Rockefeller are his own words about himself and his family, in his 2002 book, “Memoirs.”:

“For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” – David Rockefeller”

I went on to list several web-based resources on Rockefeller, in addition to this. So, via my genealogy website, I may reach and awaken people whom I wouldn’t ordinarily reach with that message.

In closing, I’ll say that the main difference in how people like Rockefeller and people like myself see our common genetic inheritance lies in how we feel about humanity, in general. It is the difference between the connectedness that I now feel with all of you and the “us versus them” world view of the elites. It is the elites, through their power structure, who have engineered our attitudes about how we see the world. They want us to view it the same way they do; i.e., that we are separate groups, us and them. Even more so, the elites want you and I to view each other as separate individuals – and as enemies with irresolvable differences. That is why they have continually used their Hegelian system to devise ways to separate us into opposing camps, in order to divide and conquer us all. Once you realize our true place – your true place – in nature, and that we are all part of the same species, the same family of humankind, you will know how false and wicked their plan really is.

Aspartame….a 1999 article on genetic engineering.

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THE INDEPENDENT, JUNE 6, 1999
WORLD’S TOP SWEETENER IS MADE WITH GM BACTERIA
(GM means genetically modified)
“A Monsanto spokeswoman confirmed that aspartame for the US market is often made using genetic engineering.”
OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration  classifies methanol, formaldehyde and formic acid, components of aspartame as hazardous.   
Carol Guilford convinced me to let her attempt to explain Aspartame, The Poison, in just a few paragraphs.     
Aspartame is a very sophisticated, clever drug.  So, first off, let me point out that this sophisticated, clever drug could never have been “discovered” accidentally.
Incidentally, James M. Schlatter, the scientist who discovered NutraSweet while working on an ulcer drug (he licked his finger to find the sweet chemical !) has never been questioned. 
Aspartame is comprised of the following poisons: 
PHENYLALANINE,  50% of the aspartame molecule is isolated from the chain of amino acids with which it exists in nature.  Isolated phenylalanine, neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D.  tells us crosses the blood brain barrier to interfere and kill the neurotransmitters of the brain by “exciting them to death.”  (“Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills”)   
In 1987, Dr. Louis J. Elsas,  then Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Division of Medical Genetics at Emory University testified at the hearing before the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources,  concerning “NUTRASWEET”—HEALTH AND SAFETY CONCERNS.” 
Dr. Elsas told the Senators, “In the developing fetus such a rise in maternal blood phenylalanine could be magnified four to six fold by the concentrative efforts of the placental and fetal blood brain barrier and this concentration kills such cells in tissue culture. The effect of such an increased fetal brain concentrations in vivo would probably be much more subtle and expressed as mental retardation, microcephaly, or potential certain birth defects.” 
Does autism ring a bell?  When Dr. Elsas told the senate this significant fact   about phenylalanine, in 1987, infant autism rates were 1 in 1500, today they are 1 in 150 and rising. 
 How many of us ever heard of Alzheimer’s,  in 1980?  The rates have doubled since aspartame was approved; a conservative statistic is 5 million in the US have the disease.   
PHENYLALANINE converts to DKP, diketopiperazine, a tumor agent.  The suspicious study of DKP by Searle Pharmaceuticals prompted the FDA to audit the experiment, the results of which are documented in the Bressler Report.   
ASPARTIC ACID is 40% of the aspartame molecule.  Dr. Madelon Price, in 1998 was Professor of Neurobiology at Washington University, in St. Louis, Missouri told her students:  “Aspartic acid (aspartate) has been known to be a neurotoxin for 30 years. (now 40 years)  Rodents that have ingested too much aspartame as infants are stunted as adults, obese and have sexual and reproductive dysfunctions.  (7)
At  the same lecture to her students that day, someone asked Dr. Price whether the phenylalanine in neotame, the aspartame clone, approved by the FDA was the same as the phenylalanine in aspartame.  Dr. Price answered, it was.  Neotame is now in the food supply, unlabeled, without a  PKU warning for those who cannot metabolize phenylalanine.  “Ah, says industry… but there’s such a small amount of phenylalanine in neotame,  it doesn’t count.” 
Wait a minute.  Dr. Price  explains,  “Aspartate (aspartame) is additive in its effects with glutamate and other excitotoxins.  In other words, a subtoxic dose of aspartame added to a subtoxic dose of glutamate (MSG) may add up to a toxic dose.  Unfortunately it is hard to find food that does not contain added glutamate, and for some categories of food it does not have to be listed on the label.  
METHANOL is 10% of the aspartame molecule.  Methanol (wood alcohol)  is a known poison and addictive, too.  Doesn’t everyone knows someone who carries a diet Coke around all day?
The aspartame industry claims there is more methanol in a glass of orange juice than in aspartame products, but in a natural product, such as orange juice, the poisonous wood alcohol has the antidote for methanol inherently in it– ethanol. 
Free methanol turns into formaldehyde (embalming fluid).
In 1998, a research team from the biology department of the University of Barcelona, Spain, C.Trocho, et al concluded:  “Aspartame converts to formaldehyde in vivo in the bodies of laboratory rats.”  
“Formaldehyde is a highly reactive small molecule which strongly binds to proteins and nucleic acids forming adducts which are difficult to eliminate through the normal metabolism pathways… the amount of formaldehyde adducts coming from aspartame in tissue proteins and nucleic acids may be cumulative.  It is concluded that aspartame consumption may constitute a hazard because of its contribution to the formation of formaldehyde adducts. “
The formaldehyde from the free methanol then breaks down to formic acid, ant sting venom. 

Yes, a very sophisticated, clever drug—is killing us sweetly.

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