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They got away with effecting our natural biology and will most certainly, gives us the cure for their undoing.

They won't give us the cure. They will extort our subservience for it.

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Jesus made this very statement, that you can tell the weather, but you cannot tell what is in front of your nose.

The weather is in front of your nose, is it not?

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There is no chemical or mathematical solution to the problem, only supporting the natural state for a Aeon would suffice.

There is a human solution to the problem -- identify and disqualify. When people were organized in less hierarchical structures, like tribes, this was the natural state and the natural solution, and we did identify and disqualify sociopaths as a matter of course. The tribe recognized that sociopaths were too selfish, too dishonest, too irresponsible, and too dangerous to the tribe. So sociopaths were either shunned, kicked out, kept powerless, or given dangerous tasks that could result in their elimination. Today, we do just the opposite. Apparently, we've been well trained by the sociopaths.

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The weather is in front of your nose, is it not?

Jesus very precisely made the analogy of our ignorance 2000 years ago. And nothing has changed. The truth remains hidden at the apex of mans civilization.

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At that time Jesus said, "I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children.


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less hierarchical structures, like tribes

There was no technological science back then and divinity held them together. A con man would find it much more difficult to survive back in the tribal days. Yet today amongst mans high intelligence he is addicted to the con man. Very interesting indeed...

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Here we go again -- Round 3 of the GMO labeling fight! Monsanto and partners knocked out California's Proposition 37 in Round 1, then beat Washington's Initiative 522 to a pulp last year. Now the champion of power and control is taking on Colorado voters, who have their very own citizen initiative to require labeling of GM foods -- Proposition 105. I have already received a very polished and expensive flyer in the mail recruiting me to oppose the initiative because:

  • it would cost taxpayers millions
  • it's complex and misleading
  • it gives consumers inaccurate and unreliable information
  • it's so full of exemptions that it would not help consumers

Those are the same deceptive and fear-based arguments that produced the lop-sided victories for Monsanto and cronies in Rounds 1 and 2.

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According to an analysis by the Environmental Working Group, industry groups disclosed $27.5 million of spending in the first half of 2014 towards lobbying expenditures that made reference to GMO labeling—a surge from such spending in 2013.

The campaign contribution continues a pattern of big spending to defeat state GMO labeling efforts, such as those in California and Washington, not only by by the St. Louis-based agribusiness giant but by other industry groups like the Grocery Manufacturers Association, ConAgra Foods and PepsiCo.

Over the last two years, the world's largest chemical and biotech seed companies and America's giant food manufacturers have spent nearly $70 million to defeat GMO labeling initiatives in California and Washington. In just three weeks, those opposed to Proposition 105 raised $1.4 million, dwarfing the $22,000 raised by Right to Know Colorado. -- source

Of course, we know how this round is going to end. Money ruins everything, and it will ruin the undying hope of ordinary people everywhere to have some voice, some input, into the decisions that affect their lives. That freedom was quietly usurped generations ago, and all we have in its place is the illusion of choice. The organized sociopaths want us enslaved to serve them, and they are well aware that "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those that falsely believe they are free."

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Sure enough, Colorado Proposition 105 went down in defeat, according to the controlled media. There's no way to know if voters really defeated it, or if the system just announced the results it wanted. There's still plenty of evidence the votes were never properly accounted for in California and Oregon, so why should Colorado be any different when it comes to labeling GMO foods?

As important as it is for Monsanto and cronies to prevent GMO labeling, a bigger problem for them is that more and more people are becoming aware that the science trotted out to justify GMOs is bogus.

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“One gene produces one protein.”

“Each gene has a specific function.”

This is the basis for the modern biotech industry, and it applies most definitely to GMO crops.

And it is false.

So for example, when Monsanto says the genes they insert in plants only serve to protect the plants from the herbicide Roundup and have no other function, they’re making it up. -- source

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To summarize: in the last election, the voters of Maui, in a ballot measure, decided to place a temporary ban on further Dow/Monsanto GMO/pesticide experiments in Maui County.

Immediately, Monsanto, Dow, and yes, even the County government of Maui (betraying their own voters), lined up against the results of the vote.

Monsanto and Dow, joined by the Maui County government, sued to nullify the results of the vote, claiming the regulation of GMOs comes under the control of the state of Hawaii and the federal government, and can’t be decided at the county level.

That’s where we are now. The voters’ demands are suspended in limbo. Their legal call for an independent commission to investigate the practices of Monsanto and Dow in Maui County, and decide whether they threaten the people and the land—that urgent call has been silenced for the time being.

Democracy in action? No, sociopathy in action. The results of an election don't count if they oppose the big money. Didn't you know?

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The US government now has ways of ignoring public opinion and even most public protest, no matter how large it becomes. We have seen that on the question of genetically modified foods, which the US public opposes at around 9 to 1, or 90%. In response, the corporations that run the government just hire the major newspapers to continue to write editorials in favor of GMOs, ditto with TV news programs, and then they go in and steal the elections with computers. -- source

That's pretty much the pattern. The public interest is basically ignored, and the corporate interest is basically instituted by hook or by crook.

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The Svalbard seed bank, set like a concrete monolith in the minus 4 degree Celsius permafrost of a mountain on a remote island in the Svalbard archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole, shouldn’t determine the fate of our agricultural future. Though the remote bank has collected 860,000 seed samples from around the world, with the latest withdrawal being made from war-torn Syria, what are the true intentions behind a bank said to, “preserve as much of the world’s crop diversity as possible,” while seed supplies around the world are being monopolized by a few corporations, and indigenous, thousand-year old seeds are being wiped out by genetically modified versions?

Svalbard’s investors, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto, Syngenta, and other biotech interests tout this ‘seed saving’ monolith while simultaneously ravaging seed diversity, along with state laws throughout the US, and elsewhere on the globe, that prevent small farmers and gardeners from saving and sharing seed. -- source

Got hypocrisy? The ruling sociopaths create a seed bank to preserve seed diversity (for themselves) while destroying seed diversity in the world at large.

We're in good hands with the NWO.



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Definitely the elitist decision makers "back-up plan" of originals in case their genetic experimentations prove disastrous over time and I would imagine is the leverage they used to get approval for their global rights to disseminate GMO's. To truly measure an experiment one must eliminate "interference" which I also imagine is why there is a ban on non GMO seed saving, (apart from the financial monopoly); the tragedy being the small group of decision makers making these decisions without acknowledging the weighing in from global populations, especially indigenous and agricultural communities. Too much wealth and power corrupting empathic logic into sociopathic logic; they couldn't just put their experimentation into a small controlled environment to test over several generations, no, their pathological hubris demanded they use the world as their laboratory.

And as testing and results of genetic experimentation is generational they won't be around for the ramifications, or they will continue to con their way out of them whilst still alive and in control, but at least their progeny will have the opportunity to re-set their failed creative endeavours that exploit humanity for their own self interests. I wouldn't worry so much that the rest of the world would be excluded from these seed crops when needed as the Elite's cannot operate without a workforce - and labourers need feeding. Sadly it is our progeny that will suffer the worst by having to not only re-set this debacle but creatively find ways to deal with the environmental and biological ramifications. This being another example of how sociopathic decision making is a disease of unparalleled proportions.

How fitting (and hideous) by the way that the artwork over the entrance is titled: Perpetual Repercussion.


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I didn't know about the artwork. Adding an arty face to the seed vault makes it seem like a Venus flytrap. Very disturbing indeed, and a fitting touch from the perspective of a sociopathic mind.

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Instead of providing people with useful information, mandatory GMO labels would only intensify the misconception that so-called Frankenfoods endanger people's health [see “The Truth about Genetically Modified Food”]. The American Association for the Advancement of Science, the World Health Organization and the exceptionally vigilant European Union agree that GMOs are just as safe as other foods. -- source

So says Scientific America, along with other champions of truth like the World Health Organization. "GMOs are just as safe as other foods."

BS.

BT corn is a genetically modified food. The corn produces its own pesticide. This pesticide is systemic, meaning it permeates the corn rather than just appearing on the outside surface, as with topically applied pesticides. Pesticides are well recognized as harmful to humans. Remember DDT? It was so harmful that it was banned, but it was actually applied all over concentration camp internees by the Allies at the end of WW2 to control the deadly typhus epidemic that killed all those "skin and bones" dead people that the Jews claim the Germans deliberately murdered.

So BT corn produces its own pesticide which is powerful enough to kill insects when they eat it, but when we eat it, it is perfectly safe.

Somehow, I just can't buy it.

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