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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


"Give me control of a nation's currency, and I care not who makes its laws." - Rothschild

"I'm often asked why I left politics and went to Halliburton and I explain that I reached the point where I was mean-spirited, short-tempered and intolerant of those who disagreed with me and they said 'Hell, you'd make a great CEO', so I went to Texas and joined the private sector."
-Dick Cheney, before The Institute of Petroleum in the U.K., 1999

The entire world is in the process of privatization. The private sector has taken over the government and is now in the process of controlling every natural resource. Woodrow Wilson got the ball rolling when he signed The Federal Reserve Act and authorizing the 16th Amendment. Congressman Lindbergh warned, “This Act establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President signs this bill, the invisible government by the Monetary Power will be legalized. The people may not know it immediately, but the day of reckoning is only a few years removed. The worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking bill.” Recently the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision now allows corporations to give unlimited amounts of money to politicians and judges. Doesn’t sound too “Citizen” friendly to me. Excuse me, aren’t we, the “Citizens” the ones who elected you in the first place and who you are supposed to represent?

I recently learned of "dead peasant" policies, when a company buys a life insurance policy on a low-level employee -- usually without the employee's knowledge -- and claims the company as the beneficiary should the employee die. The company retains the policy even after the employee leaves, and if the employee dies, the company receives a large, tax-free payout, which they then refuse to share with the family of the deceased.

Bogus wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, election frauds, financial robberies, and poison medicines almost pale in comparison to the fact that our natural resources are being poisoned and privatized.

Bees are disappearing, trees are dying, the PH of the soil is 10 times the alkalinity of decades prior (forests, fields and farm ecologies thrive in acidic soil), even the snow on top of Mt. Shasta contained 61,100 ug/I or parts per billion of aluminum and 83/I of barium. That means that the snow on Mt. Shasta has tested at 1200 times more poisonous than water standards allow for aluminum. Dramatic increases of aluminum, barium and strontium are believed to be from stratospheric aerosol geo-engineering programs, spraying aerosol aluminum, barium and other particles into the sky. If levels are this high in one of the more remote areas in America, what are conditions for the rest of us. The same? Worse? Add fluoride into the equation. No wonder we have to pay money to Coke, Pepsi and such (privatization) to drink "safe" water.

Three billion years of evolution is in the hands of scientists and corporations. Our food supply has become an industrial commodity with transgenic organisms and GMOs on every shelf. The lifespan of a ladybug was reduced to half when they ate aphids that had fed on genetically altered potatoes in Scotland, according to a London Times article (10/22/97) by science editor, Nigel Hawkes. The lady bugs also laid fewer eggs. Note that the ladybugs did not even eat the genetically modified food directly. They ate something else that had eaten the GMOs. German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner banned the cultivation of GM corn in Germany stating that it posed “a danger to the environment.” The AAEM states, "GM foods pose a serious health risk and calls for a moratorium on GMO foods. Citing several animal studies, the AAEM concludes ‘there is more than a casual association between GMO foods and adverse health effects’ and that ‘GM foods pose a serious health risk in the areas of toxicology, allergy and immune function, reproductive health, and metabolic, physiologic and genetic health." A Monsanto official told the New York Times, October 25, 1998, that, "Monsanto should not have to vouch the safety of biotech food," said Phil Angell, Monsanto's director of corporate communications. "Our interest is in selling as much of it as possible. Assuring its safety is the FDA's job." Nice considering that former Monsanto employees currently hold positions in US government agencies such as the FDA, United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Supreme Court . These include Clarence Thomas, Michael R. Taylor, Ann Veneman, Linda Fisher, Michael Friedman, William D. Ruckelshaus, and Mickey Kantor. Linda Fisher has been back and forth between positions at Monsanto and the EPA. Barlett, Donald L. (2008). Monsanto's Harvest of Fear. Vanity Fair. Copyrights on crops' genes=big bucks+health problems from ingestion=need for pharmaceuticals=more health problems=bigger bucks!!!


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