April 25th, 2014
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TIDBIT: REFERENDUM ON GMO LABELING IN CALIFORNIA

My thanks to my friend Mr. V.T. for forwarding this to me: Proposition 37 on the California ballot his November calls for labeling of GMO “food” products. It will be interesting to watch the antics of Duponzanto spokesmen explaining the health benefits of their “products” when a growing dataset of research indicates poor testing, the usual government corruption and collusion with the mega-corporations in suppressing evidence, and the usual mercantilist policies, etc etc., and it will be interesting to know, with our wonderful computer voting machines and “fraud-proof” elections (or is that fraud prone? Gee…so hard to find out anything and former Vice President Al Gore isn’t returning my calls), if it is even worth the effort. That said, I do commend these people for the effort:

You take the risks, Monsanto gets the benefits

5 Responses to TIDBIT: REFERENDUM ON GMO LABELING IN CALIFORNIA

  1. Owl says:

    Ah, now you’re getting it. “We”, the people, didn’t elect these morons. “We” didn’t elect Bush- twice. Well, we might have elected Obama, the backlash against Bush was, I think, so big, they couldn’t cover that one up, just ran someone a little less “in-the-pockets-appearing,” although I think they tried. There does seem to be a preference for your Republithug in presidential elections in the election selection crowd. Not that it makes any difference in the long run, but it does seem if a Dummycrook wins they have to cater to the, oh the tragedy, people a little bit more, for appearances.

    You won’t change this until you change the electoral process- don’t limit who can run because they don’t belong to one of the annointed party of two; do your patriaotic duty by volunteering to work on elections conducted on paper, hand counted and AUDITED; (Volunteer anyway, as observers, and know the state’s laws when you do) then enforce the rules that would subvert skullduggery in elections. Because it will always happen that someone will try and throw an election and paper is always the culprit- NOT. It is the most transparent means we have, if the laws and proceedures are enforcecd. Computer elections? I guess the masses prefer to have their election fraud out of sight and listen to Faux News coverage of rigged polling.

    Watch LA closely.

  2. RaPhi says:

    Via bacterial exchange, genes can be transferred between species. A few weeks ago, in J Soil Bio and ncbi (nih) artiicles that E. coli and common (good) soil bacteria spp. can exchange genes for antibiotic resistance.

    Bacteria can be made to produce hydrocarbon chains, aka plastics. The aforementioned chimera corps developed orlon, rayon, whatever. Suppose their Frankenfoods labs weren’t totally pristine. A little bacteria swapmeet and… voila! A few genes for growing synthetics get distributed in food.

    Maybe that’s why the thread-like syndrome of Morgellon’s!!! Also why the analyses come back as fabrics, not as overtly biological.

    Hypotheses for Morgellon’s have cited fungal or bacterial structures. I did lots of hours of microscope work indentifying saprophytic soil fungal hyphae (small “root’ filaments) and soil actinomycetes (group bacteria which produce that good dirt smell.) Trust me, they are mostly translucent, have characteristic features, and look nothing like the Morgellon’s “threads.”

  3. Robert Barricklow says:

    I have to agree with legioXIV.
    Watching yhese talking heads justifying their Frankenstein Foods is real bleeding edge dark humor – in spades.

  4. legioXIV says:

    ” It will be interesting to watch the antics of Duponzanto spokesmen explaining the health benefits of their “products” ”

    Absolutely Dr Farrell it will be quite a giggle fest for those of us who live without our heads in the sand. Another episode of the Punch and Judy Show. Nothing quite hits the spot like a good dose of GMO goodies.

    Don’t worry people they really just are showers.

    • RaPhi says:

      Yep. It’s already hysterical… pardon me, “balanced.”

      Cali has the 9th largest economy in the world all by itself. You can bet the Frankenfood Chimera Inc. will be spending big $$$ on this.

      I can just hear the plaintive voices, eyes rolled heavenward: “but all we want to do is feed the poor children… “