Recent food terror warnings hide reality

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The latest warning coming from British intelligence that al-Qaeda and other political organizations could contaminate the food supply is part of a continuing plot line that hides the obvious: our food already has been poisoned under the auspices of oversight agencies who have been complicit in the very real threats to the public food supply. The following toxins offered into the marketplace by corporate-government collusion have contributed to far more sickness and death than E. coli or salad bar terrorists ever will . . . unless of course the terrorists have bioengineered a superbug, or it has escaped from a bioweapons lab like the one at Fort Detrick, Maryland. 

Pesticides: Aside from the fact that pesticides have been linked to lower IQ in children, thus altering the future potential of human society, DDT and the cocktail of other pollutants and synthetic chemicals now include those used in GM food production (Bt), such as glyphosate. Even more alarming is that pollutants that have been banned for decades are still present in 100% of pregnant women, while those from GM food appear in 80% of unborn fetuses. The presentation below offers additional analysis of the health effects, particularly on the immune system:


Fluoride: Sodium fluoride (silicofluoride), is an industrial-grade hazardous waste material made during the production of fertilizer. Its past history includes patented use as rat poison and insecticide. Dr. Paul Connett is leading the fight against mandatory water fluoridation. People are finally waking up to the hazards and are now demanding that governments remove this deadly poison. Let’s keep in mind that it was put there with full knowledge of its toxicity and has led to massive negative health effects. Dr. Connett explains all in a must-see, one-hour interview:


Mercury: In both organic and inorganic form, mercury wreaks havoc with the nervous system — especially the developing nervous system of a fetus. It penetrates all living cells of the human body, and has been documented most as increasing the risk for autism. This calls into question mercury’s use in dental fillings, vaccines, and just about anything containing high fructose corn syrup — a near staple in the American diet . . . including baby food. It has also been known for years that mercury fumes from CFL compact fluorescent tube light bulbs pose a serious threat which goes far beyond eyestrain, migraines, and depression, but still they have been pushed under the green agenda and are set to be completely phased in by 2014. We offer the following video of truth-telling comic relief from 2007 to illustrate the absurdity of such legislation, with a more serious presentation available HERE:


GMO: Monsanto owns nearly 90% of staple GMO crops such as corn, soy, and cotton. Monsanto started as a chemical company that brought the world poisons like Agent Orange and Roundup. Independent studies of “frankenfood” have shown a link to organ failure; a Russian study has concluded near-total sterility in GMO-soy-fed hamsters by the third generation; and other animal studies have shown potentially pre-cancerous cell growth, smaller brains, livers, and testicles, partially atrophied livers, and damaged immune systems, according to a comprehensive article by Jeffrey M. Smith that also highlights the process of intimidation that even well-regarded scientists have been subjected to when publishing their research. Perhaps a recent mainstream article theorizing that a massive 64% increase in bowel cancer among young people is attributable to “heavy drinking and obesity” should be redirected toward the rise in the prevalence of GMO. Here is Jeffrey M. Smith interviewed about the GMO threat:


Bisphenol-A: The FDA failed to warn the public about this chemical found in plastic packaging including baby food containers, baby bottles, and pacifiers. Animal research has shown many adverse health effects such as damage to the reproductive system, immune system, and neurological development, as it mimics sex hormones. In humans this seems to be leading to early puberty, reduced sperm count, and prostate cancer. The two-part episode below offers key details about the history and dangers of Bisphenol-A that the FDA continues to officially allow despite finally acknowledging its dangers, even as other countries ban it and many companies have proactively removed its use:


Aspartame: Among the many dangerous food additives that plague the modern-day plate, Aspartame is one of the most widespread and toxic. Aspartame is a neurotoxin that interacts with natural organisms, as well as synthetic medications, producing a wide range of proven disorders and syndromes as outlined in the following must-see, full-length documentary, Sweet Misery, showing how a neurotoxin became part of the food supply with FDA approval:



The list above is merely the tip of the iceberg that doesn’t even include corporate/military poisoning of the planet through environmental disasters like Fukushima, the BP oil disaster, geo-engineering, or the ongoing use of depleted uranium. As the food terror news is guaranteed to be used to cast a wider net of potential shadowy terrorist groups and lone nuts in order to usher in total food control, we would do well to remember the millions who already have died from corporate-government malfeasance . . . and from exactly where the provable death sentence has been issued. Terrorists have been striking the food system for decades now. They’re just not the cave-dwellers we’ve been conditioned to fear.



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12 Responses to “6 Real Examples of Food Terrorism”

  1. Alan Cain says:

    I once thought food activists were pretty much nuts; I apologize: I was wrong.

    I don’t know whether the initial built-in contamination of our food and health systems was intentional or accidental – I suspect accidental; I do know that the continued process is either laziness or malevolence.

    Perhaps there is a plot to reduce the population levels (or plots – there is no reason there can’t be more than one group dedicated to their own visions of the future). Regardless of the cause, the effect is clearly documented to be a simplification of our ecosystems, from little creatures to large ones. Extinctions from the point of view (I presume) of the universe are pretty trivial, but pretty big from the point of view of the soon-to-be extinct.

    What can we do? I suppose I am at a crisis of faith in us as a species now. We do not seem to make wise decisions, either as a species or as individuals, in spite of our self assigned latin species name: Homo sapiens. Ultimately, I hope that the next dominant species is a bit more sensitive to the nuances of global domination.

    We can raise gardens, we can try to minimize our impacts on others and on the planet – to do these things is to attempt to be a steward rather than an exploiter. Unfortunately for those of us who would choose stewardship, there are a hundred, or a thousand who would vote to mine that watershed, or plant that rice or wheat, regardless of consequence, if there is profit in it, or if those who profit convince others of their good intentions and benign impacts. Most people are at least not malignant; ignorance is curable. Unfortunately that is not true for stupidity.

  2. Anuel Jackson says:

    when will the people wake out of there stupor and realize the government has been lying to us about our health needs,(for the last 50 years) and that the FDA does not look out or protect your rights as a citizen, but instead they actually speed you who are addicted to the poisons to your death, or early Alzheimer’s, dementia, and osteoporosis, and many more disease’s, which is all contributed to by your diet of fast food, soft drinks, when people when?

  3. Sara says:

    One exciting and healthy development is the emergence of what are called community supported kitchens – this movement is slowly developing in various cities in the U.S. A CSK uses local, organic food to make nutrient-rich food, and sells it by subscription; operating similarly to community supported agriculture. If you want a sure-fire business – selling subscriptions to people who hate to cook, people who are sick and need the healthiest possible food, or those who are to busy to do their own cooking, here is a growth industry for you!!

    We are planning one in our city in California, and the enthusiasm is really there!!

  4. Donald Parker says:

    Trying to alter the policies of Monsanto, Simplex or any of the Agri-giants is an exercise in futility. There is too much money involved and the corruption which allowed the situation to evolve to this point runs soo deep there is no chance for change in the near future.Jacques Synman has the plan for those with the self-discipline to do it…grow your own organic food and save the seeds. I was amazed how much food I got from a garden plot that measured 50’x 30′. If we share our produce there would be enough for everyone involved and some left over for the old folks and those unable to till the ground and pull weeds.
    This may sound strange but I watched it done back in the 60’s and it worked so well safeway, lucky’s, albertson’s and other big chains went to Big Brother and who had the health dept.shut down some of the community markets.
    It will take some work and some courage but the results will be preferable to the effects of ingesting more polluted produce from corporate farms.

  5. Sherry Gadberry Turner says:

    You forget, we are the ” good guys” and they are the “bad guys”.Our poison is “good” because our corporations are making a profit!Their poison is “bad”, after all they are the “enemy”.Neither one cares who they’re killing.

  6. It is just plain scary how our food supply is being manipulated and contaminated, with very few people being aware of the true facts, and the general “ignorance is bliss attitude” of the average dumbed-down consumer not helping matters at all!

    Slowly but surely more and more people are becoming aware of the threats facing them and their family members’ health due to our food supply being comprimised by a range of challenges, from GMO’s and pesticides through to nutrient deficient produce grown on depleted soils.

    The simplest way to get around this is to grow as much of your own food on naturally in healthy, remineralised organic soils that can supply organic seeds and seedlings with the full range of elements required to synthesize all the subtle compounds that ultimately make food the medicine that it is supposed to be.

  7. Richard says:

    I am a “dead man typing” due to liver disease… thank you aspertame, I have less than 10 years to live thanks to sweetening the diet drinks I consumed. I do accept some responsibility as no one forced me to, but after not drinking sodas and then taking a sip of one, it is loaded with chemicals!! I signed my own death warrant…

  8. Rolland Miller says:

    We must demand that Genetically Modified untested Food be removed from our food supply.

    All those responsible for this poisoning should be put on trial

    We demand that our Agriculture and Health Boards be responsible to the people FIRST, then consider big business.

    Everyone should watch the videos

  9. Kev_C says:

    Also if anyone wants to stop more of the above types of hazards entering the natural environment then the Nuffield Council on Bioethics is holding a consultation on Emerging Technologies. Lets be brutally honest here. We haven’t even got to grips with the mad scientist inventions we already have so we most certainly don’t need another raft of horror story hazards adding to the global burden. The consultation is open to everyone regardless of location. Just follow the links on the page for the relevant documents.


  10. Kev_C says:

    Trying to convince the masses about the dangers of the corporate masters is like trying to stop a giant glacier with a pick-up truck.

    People will only listen to what they want to and they seldom take any notice until it hits them personally then they squeal like crazy demanding to know why they weren’t told sooner.

    Still we have got to try and educate them all but unfortunately I don’t think we have enough time left before we pass the point of no return.

  11. Vindi says:

    The Midwest is NOT the place for a bio-lab! Why can’t they just leave it where it is? Our food is poisoned, baby bottles are toxic, cows are having stillbirths/going sterile from eating the GM Alfalfa/Grains, then people turn around & eat that same meat. Guess they want a speed up the kill rate….we aren’t dying fast enough for them. GOD sees all of this….his wrath will deal with those responsible for doing this evil.

  12. Lisa says:

    Not EXACTLY related, but close:

    How safe is Kansas bio lab from twisters?