Vatic Note: I am beginning to realize that everything these cabal globalists do is toward depopulating our planet, especially those of us that they call hybrids. What better way to depopulate than through sterilization. It takes longer but its less visible and thus less dangerous to the psychos doing this. Just name one person you know that understands what is happening here? Its the ignorance that will be our downfall. Without understanding the game, we lose, so we must educate as much and as soon as possible. Stay away from anything they control.
Get hybrid seeds that are not GMO and grow your own food, or barter with someone who is doing so. Same with meat, chicken, fish. Stay away from fish farms or agricorps that control the dna and feeding of the meet. Or go hunting and stock up on meat for a year, by freezing it after butchering. There are companies out here that do butchering for wild caught meat. Try raising organic rabbits and acquire a taste for rabbit meat. There are options we have once we quit depending on those who control our food and water.
We have gotten lazy or too busy to care for ourselves and we must get back to that. If we do not buy their prepackeged foods, they go out of business. That is where we want them. IF IT DOES NOT HAVE "NO GMO" ON THE LABEL, DON'T BUY IT. They need us to behave as they wish, for this to work for them. Its up to us. Do we want to live or do we want to be taken care of, in the manner they decide???
Note to China and Russia: did you import Depopulation Corn?
by Jon Rappoport, 12/01/2014
Here’s a brief backgrounder from The Guardian, Sept. 9, 2001; “GM corn set to stop man spreading his seed,” by Robin McKie:
“Scientists have created the ultimate GM crop: contraceptive corn.
Waiving fields of maize may one day save the world from overpopulation.
“The pregnancy prevention plants are the handiwork of the San Diego
biotechnology company Epicyte, where researchers have discovered a rare
class of human antibodies that attack sperm.
“By isolating the genes that regulate the manufacture of these
antibodies, and by putting them in corn plants, the company has created
tiny horticultural factories that make contraceptives. (VN: so where is our OUTRAGE, that Monsanto takes it upon itself to act as each persons doctor and make the call to use contraceptives on a free and equal people without their knowing or permission. If I am not mistaken no one can do that legally. I believe its against the law. Am I right about that? )
“’We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies,’ said Epicyte president Mitch Hein.
“…The company, which says it will not grow the maize near other
crops, says it plans to launch clinical trials of the corn in a few
I love that last line. Gene drift from plant to plant, field to
field, food product to food product? Apparently, Epicyte never heard of
it. Every food scientist in the world knows about it, but not Epicyte.
So what happened to the company?
In 2004, it was bought out by Biolex, a North Carolina biotech firm.
Then, in 2012, Biolex filed for bankruptcy. Before it did, it sold
some of its technology to Synthon, a Dutch drug company that makes
Paxil, known for causing birth defects.
The depopulation corn technology? It could be floating around in a number of places by now.
In April of this year, Russia announced it would ban imports of GMO food products. By the end of July, China had stopped importing corn from the US.
Of course, no mention was made of Depopulation Corn. Russia and
China are fully aware of, what shall we call them, the conventional
dangers of GMO food.
However, China and Russia might check on the “other thing” while
they’re at it—the spermicidal genes—to see whether they’ve been
importing that type of corn.
You might think China would welcome Depop Corn. I beg to differ. If
they’re going to do Depop, they want to engineer it themselves. And
then there is the fact that corn is omnipresent in hundreds of
thousands, even millions of processed food products. Chinese leaders
themselves would thus become subject to Depop without even knowing it.
And what about the USA? Why haven’t I mentioned it?
Because in America, the high-minded campaign is all about labeling GMOs, not banning them. It’s embarrassing.
And with gene drift, in which all sorts of biotech genes float on the
wind across the land, and settle into plants of every kind, to say
nothing of factories, where processed food is manufactured, what are the
chances that labels are going to save the day?
Several counties in the US have enacted bans on growing GMO crops, and as I’ve been detailing, the voters of Maui recently struck a major blow and decided to stop Monsanto and Dow from launching new GMO experiments.
But Monsanto and Dow immediately sued, and the county government of Maui is on their side—and against their own voters.
Press coverage of this ongoing battle is weak, soft and small.
The majority of anti-GMO activists in the US have been brought into
the labeling movement, because they think and hope that Shopping Moms
will stage a revolution and bring Monsanto and Dow to their knees.
The Moms, that is, who aren’t too busy with their husbands trying to get pregnant through exotic high-tech strategies, because, for some odd reason, the normal time-tested methods aren’t working.
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th
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