July 24th, 2014
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THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO “HMMM…”: GMOS, CHEMTRAILS, AND HORIZONTAL GENE TRANSFER

One of the things I have been constantly asked about, is the subject of chemtrails. I’ve usually responded that, as such, the subject in itself does not interest me in and of itself, but for what it might actually mean in conjunction with other technologies: weather modification, and…

…well, we’ll get to the “and” part in  a moment.

Another thing that has gnawed at me (and my co-author Scott de Hart and I discussed this in our book Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas), is the possibility that genetically modified foods might work similar genetic modifications in its consumers. Consider: these foods are the product of genetic engineering, of what scientists call “horizontal gene transfer” from one species to another, without any reproduction. If this can be done in plants, then ingesting them might produce similar results in humans.

If you’re as concerned as I am about GMOs and the reckless power-mad profit-lusting insanity that has now gripped the Amerikan agribusiness industry and our equally corrupt “government,” then consider the following article very carefully:

Chemtrails and Horizontal Gene Transfer – The GMO Connection

There are a number of highly crucial points this article makes and I want to draw your attention to them:

“…genetic engineering in the laboratory is crude, imprecise and invasive. The rogue genes inserted into a genome to make a GMO could land anywhere; typically in a rearranged or defective form, scrambling and mutating the host genome, and tend to move or rearrange further once inserted. Transgene instability is a big problem, and has been so right from the beginning. There is fresh evidence that GM crops grown commercially for years have rearranged [15, 16] (MON810 Genome Rearranged Again. Transgenic Lines Unstable hence Illegal and Ineligible for Protection, SiS 38). This is a real opportunity to challenge the validity of all biotech patents. Another key issue is safety. Transgene instability means that the original transgenic line has turned into something else, and even if it had been assessed as ‘safe’, this is no longer the case.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/GMDangerousFutile.php”

This is a vital point, since as Dr de Hart and pointed out in Transhumanism, one of the crucial points we discovered the “agribusiness” industry relied upon to promote their cruddy products was precisely that of “substantial equivalence,” the FDA equivalent of “if it looks like corn, and tastes like corn, it’s corn.” At the same time, however, the very same industry was willing to abandon this protocol when it came to patenting its genetically engineered products.

We raised the specter in that book that, if this was the case, and if genetically modified organisms in turn induced genetic modifications in humans, could they then be made to pay a “royalty” to these miserific companies if DNA was found in them that came ultimately from their otherwise “substantially equivalent” corn? It sounds like the purest science fiction, but there it is in the above report: the engineered genomes are unstable, andas such will seek a more stable “home” and hencewill horizontally transfer yet again to other species. But if not a royalty, then as the above quotation avers, the original grant of patent – and therefore, a special monopoly – would seem to be null and void, for the organisms are mutating faster than the patents would seem to be processable.

Then note this statement:

“Once GMOs are unleashed in the environment, there is absolutely nothing to stop the natural occurrence of horizontal gene transfer to non-GMO organisms, especially considering GMOs’ increased tendency to do so. And what this process produces is anyone’s guess. There is a reason for the limits nature places on this type of thing, and we’ve long since past those limits.”

In other words, by unleashing such organisms on a public which has not consented to the genetic modification of its own DNA, such corporations may in fact be exposing themselves to enormous damages, if for no other reason than “breaking and entering, robbery, invasion of privacy” …clever lawyers could have a field day with this. Indeed, if one wanted to trace culpability and liability back to the ultimate sources, one would have to look at the foundations that began the whole quest for “agribusiness” and “patentable food” in the first place. File that under “things that make you go ‘hmmm…’”

Now, back to that “and” part I mentioned above. Consider only the addition of chemtrails, the alleged (and in my opinion, very real) spraying of heavy metals into the atmosphere, and in that context, ponder these statements:

“…heat shock and pollutants such as heavy metals can favor horizontal gene transfer; and the presence of antibiotics can increase the frequency of horizontal gene transfer 10 to 10 000 fold.

http://online.sfsu.edu/rone/GEessays/horizgenetransfer.html

“What are the ingredients of the aerosols typically seen in geo-engineering programs? You guessed it – heavy metals such as barium.

“…And just what are the conditions imposed by these geo-engineering programs? You guessed it again – abiotic stresses such as heat shock.

“…And just what is abundantly used specifically for genetic engineering? Bacteria that carry antibiotic resistance genes. Therefore, more and stronger antibiotics are being used, which increases – you guessed it once again – horizontal gene transfer.”

The authoress of this article – Barbara H. Peterson – concludes with these words:

“Get ready, as we are in for one helluva ride, folks! Hold onto your DNA just as hard as you can by avoiding anything GMO, and spread the word. This is not something that can be ignored for long, as mutations, genetic disorders and abnormalities, as well as health issues can only increase with the rampant spread of transgenic organisms (GMOs), and humans are not exempt. It’s time to put up the stop sign at your own front door and just say NO to GMOs!”

I would not only add my own hearty “hear hear!” to her conclusion and exhortation, but would also add to the savvy lawyers out there: start watching for the lawsuit that can break the back of the whole Duponzanto monster, so that we can return to real seeds, and real food. With luck, they might have to appear before their own elite-sponsored world court to answer for their criminal stupidity.

See you on the flip side.

15 Responses to THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO “HMMM…”: GMOS, CHEMTRAILS, AND HORIZONTAL GENE TRANSFER

  1. paul de gagne says:

    Robert – you stimulate further thought.

    I am making slow progress (?) reading Saucers, Swastikas and Psychops. One of the curiosities of that book is the “Adventures Limited Press?” Take that with “Feral Press’ and sometimes I even wonder why Amazon deals with Farrell?

    I think it has something to do with the sound of language. That dynamite words can be neutered or neutralized or we can become desensitized to certain facts if partial parts are repeated too often.

    The coherence in Farrell’s writings do make one wonder. He’s all over the place quoting other authors and yet coherent. (that’s really nice of him because some authors act like they were the only inventors of a subject thereby depriving us of further reading.)

    I find the coherence he exhibits very distracting because in a way I want to know how he does it or how he connects the dots. It seems to indicate much, very much ‘elbow grease.” I know if I was to try or attempt to do the same I’d forget to eat breakfast, dinner and supper and that isn’t good for the pancakes we stuff inside ourselves can be so good that what we write afterwards can really come together or Coherence as Joe would probably call it.

    I don’t know for I am getting goofy reading his book and by goofy I mean ‘getting off the wrong subway stop or running to catch a bus to UMASS campass only to find it turning in the opposite direction or like order a lousy cup of mcdonald’s coffee and then going to sit down without the coffee, ha, ha!

    My intuition or hunches are telling to continue with Farrell Writings for he’s really on to something and I guess he’s has the type of personality to keep the best wine for last!

    One more comment is all this Nazi this, Nazi that bugs me but I did like this on page 57 of the above mentioned work is a quotation of a song which is:

    “Call him a Nazi,
    He won’t even frown;
    ‘Ha! Nazi schmazi!”
    Says Wernher Von Braun.”

    Also, the little bit of humor (that I didn’t take the wrong way) at the ending of the Preface when he says he’s From somewhere, 2011.

  2. rich overholt says:

    Guess it’s high time somebody blasted them treasonous evergreen punk ass pilots back to from whence they came…oblivion. They ain’t gonna like it, but they’ve been given too many chances to straighten up and fly right.

  3. kamutef says:

    So the next question is why?
    There are theorists, including Terence McKenna, who have put forward the idea that our DNA is also a form of biological antenna, that it can and does respond to electromagnetic signals, i.e. encoded energetic signals and can thus be altered and amended from a distance via emanations of the correct frequency.
    Interesting that one of the themes surrounding our transition into the Age of Aquarius relates to a posited DNA alteration/upgrade presumably triggered from a remote location, i.e. the Pleiades.
    So our keepers devise ways to compromise our DNA to presumably thwart any alteration in order to maintain their status quo.

  4. Robert Barricklow says:

    Is it a serendipitous play on words that the Genie Is Out of the Bottle? Has this play been written before? FGor some ungodly reason this script looks to be written some time ago. Or is this madness genuine? That the designs, so ingenious, happens through evil’s inherent genius, at being so incomprehensively diabolical? Is Horatio about to enter upon the stage with a dialogue about, “More things in heaven & earth…”?
    This speaks to me of intent and malice of aforethought at the highest levels.
    But that speaks to just a beginning of questions, whose answers may be even unknown, by the puppets themselves. That even their puppet masters may be under influences, beyond all our philosophies.

    I just can’t grasp nor fathom, the sheer madness, taking so stark a presence, upon this vast, but so small, global stage.

    Merry Christmas!

    • paul de gagne says:

      I had a strange thought reading this above article. It’s certainly out of the box.

      I read somewhere. I think it was in Paul Shepard’s or Lewis Munford’s writings that their were 1500 species of or types of wheat in Palaeolithic Times and now supposedly there’s only about seven. (I cant state this as fact because I don’t know much about agriculture? I’m just assuming it is so but I do know that if something goes wrong with say three or four types of wheat we’ll not have 1496 types of wheat as a backup or to fall back upon when all else fails or when the organic fertilizer Hits The Fan!)

      I don’t like that kind of RISK? The odds seem too great?

      What I was thinking is that it seems to me Mother Nature seems to like and require DIVERSITY! (not the multifold-Standarization/Homoginization that is getting put out as a product!)

      What if — in all this runaway mess that could happen with genes is really Nature’s Intent to re-diversify?

      That it’s all heading toward a new form of unknown diversity = unbeknowist to the Pinheads fooling around with our food supply?

      I believe some of these Scientists don’t know when not to wet the bed. I wish they would grow up ethically/emotionally as they have scientifically?

  5. incognito says:

    Good luck getting Duponzanto in court. The closest any authority came to holding them accountable was the Reese Committe in the 1950s, the Church Committe and the House Select Committe on Assassinations and none of them were ever able to impose any kind of punitive action. No lawyer would take this case because they know what’s going on. Just like no lawyer will take a lawsuit against the CIA for drug trafficking.

    Thanks for the GMO-chemtrail-antibiotic connection. Sick bastards.

    On another note, Yaja seems to suffer from multiple personality disorder. One minute he’s defending the scum that deindustrialized and looted America and now he’s condemning them. Maybe he realizes that even if he’s making a living off of them, he’s still just another shmuck (and his family) who’s getting hit by their silent war. Where are you, Yaja? In the basement of the new NSA datacenter in Utah? LOL

    • Yaj says:

      Incoherent:

      You seem a bit confused.

      All I said was that a somewhat cheaper US dollar makes US exports cheaper–that’s no great secret and China uses it all the time. And in fact a cheap dollar has nothing what so ever to do with “deindustrialization”. Deindustrialization is more about making more money on short term stock or debt trades than making money on making things or providing services of long term usefulness. And you can blame a fool like Ronald Reagan for that–then Clinton and GWBush really sealed the deal.

      As for some attack of mine on Monsanto, not really, all I was saying was that they appear to have a very limited idea of what actually constitutes genes–mostly because they use a blinkered model for matter and life. That’s not some grand attack. In fact those I cited provide good examples of there being more to life than genes and more to matter than chemistry.

      You really need to look into the world before you make up accusations, or in your case simply quote a very limited world view as evinced by your WTC steel claims–Monsanto also uses a limited world views. (Again one of those I cited has particular relevance to WTC steel.)

      I assume those at the NSA have better things to do than post points about pleomorphism online which contradict the academy’s science. The NSA would be more likely to employ simplistic extremists to detract from the many who have valid questions about the narratives we’re told to believe as complete.

  6. Yaj says:

    A good case for genes being the mainly result of living processes, not the cause of living processes.

    See: Wilhelm Reich, Royal Rife, the term pleomorphism, an AIDS virus that constantly mutates, similar mutability in cold and flu viruses, etc.

    So it aint all in the genes, at least as they’re publicly understood today, and this fact probably means that science doesn’t understand the basic chemistry of matter very well.

    • Robert Barricklow says:

      AIDS is not a virus Yaj.
      AIDS is a syndrome that arose out of the confluence of global drug running and global medical, social, and economic policies created with intent and malice aforethought at the highest levels.
      Paticularly apropo here as this post is prcisely about malice aforethought at thr highest levels.

      Who do you suppose sees every problem
      as a profitable nail to be hammered
      into the Public’s coffin?
      Answer: Duponzanto & Friends Inc.

      • Yaj says:

        RB–

        Just to get you to clarify your thinking: So you don’t believe that the HIV virus causes AIDS?

        (Yes, I’m plenty aware that many don’t subscribe to the AIDS equals HIV idea, but for reasons of short hand I used it here, after all you completely missed the point about pleomorphism which easily would could include both the environmental effects you’ve posited as a complete cause and a virus.)

        Or just read my paragraph from the original post above, and note my point about constant mutation. You missed a lot.

        • Robert Barricklow says:

          Thanks for bringing this to my attentions agasin, & in being persistent. Because of this I’am going down that alley called pleomorphism.
          If I miss alot, then I’am in good company.
          When I stop missing, something’s amiss.

        • Robert Barricklow says:

          Looked into pleomorphism/not a cause.
          Cancer,lilike immune deficiency, is a functional disease of the respiratory enzyme systems in the mitochrondria, an organelle found in the cell’s cytoplasm It is not a structual DNA disease as the cancer industry has come to believe. If cancer is functional that also means it is reversable(but not through mainstream medicine).
          Historically, SMON, Pellagra, & HIV fit the same pattern dynamics. A group of people get sick with the same simular symptoms. The heirarchy of the medical community overrides scientific evidence and clinical judgement concerning the possibility of an environmental cause of the problem, and instead claim it must be an infectious agent. The doctors, it turns out, are the real viruses, refusing to identify themselves as the creaters of this iatrogenic tragedy.

          • Yaj says:

            Glad you looked into pleomorphism.

            But, quote: “Cancer,lilike immune deficiency, is a functional disease of the respiratory enzyme systems in the mitochrondria”, that’s similar to a virus, not because these things (eg mitochondria) are outside agents, but because things like mitochondria ostensibly obey the “laws” of chemistry. And pleomorphism suggests a good bit more life processes than the known laws of chemistry. See Wilhelm Reich’s bions, and others.

            (And yes, I believe there are even those who argue that mitochondria don’t exist, after all we’re not seeing those processes in action in a wet living cell, the chemistry is tested with isotope tracers and the structure of the mitochondria is established through spectroscopy of dessicated parts of cell–yes I realize this has implications for DNA, RNA, etc, particularly the gene splicing done with detergents that break up the cell as a first step. That’s why the work Rife, Reich, Nemes, and others is so important; they all made efforts to look at biology in action. That last’s very clear implies that there’s more vital matter and less vital atoms.)

    • paul de gagne says:

      Yaj,
      I remember a statement by Carl Jung stating “Scientists don’t even know what MATTER is!”

      That got me to thinking! One of Jung’s famous patients or clients was the physicist PAULI. Jung has got a picture in one of his books (I forget which one) in which he’s got this funny looking square platform-clock with I think four elves facing the four directions that was supposed to a one of Pauli’s Therapeutic Artistic creations?)

      I would have loved to be a fly on the wall during those therapeutic sessions. (that’s really awful because it implies a betrayal of trust between the two but it’s only make-believe.)

      Let me clue you in, I probably wouldn’t have the faintist idea of what they were really talking about given their level of abstraction? I cant even understand Heidegger’s writings never mind one of the Founders of Quantum Physics. What’s really weird is that if a Pauli was born today and entered Therapy he probably wouldn’t get high-tech security clearance because he might be NUTS. Then again they would have to kill Jung because he knew too much.

      Maybe they would recognize Pauli’s eccentricity and kidnap or hold him hostage in some down-below underground compound in Utah?

      Who knows what goes on in secret DARPA Chambers! Maybe I should write novels about DARPA’s going ons? On second thought, like comedians, their a dime a dozen and besides I have no 1st job to quit!

      Which reminds me (I know its been suggested before ) Joe — ever have second, third or fourth thoughts about writing spy novels? Probably be too dangerous and could bring unwelcomed trouble to your doorstep? ( I can imagine some people who suggest – “What? Farrell isn’t?)

      It’s all so very strange at times!

      • Robert Barricklow says:

        Even Ralph Nader took to writing fiction so he could get the truth-out, without the legal departments of publishing, redacting line after line.