Well, the next time you eat rice, you might want to check whether it comes from Kansas or not, and if so, be on alert you might be eating a family member, so to speak:

USDA Backs Production of Rice With Human Genes

Of course, we're fed the usual blithering babble from our government, and a "nice" cover story that this is all about preventing diarrhea in children. Pardon me, but I was unaware of a massive diarrhea outbreak in American children. So whose children are we talking about here? China's children? India's children? Peru's children? It's all about the children in other words, recollecting Janet Reno's plaintive (and pathetic) efforts at showing compassion for the "children" at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco.

Indeed, it may indeed be all about the children. Let us recall that China recently told a certain American company by the name of Monsanto to take its genetically altered seeds and plant them where the sun doesn't shine, and to get back with the Chinese government in about thirty years, after which time, the Chinese told us, they will have had time to observe the effects of this genetically engineered trash on our own population and its children. The Chinese are not stupid, and neither should we be.

What today begins as an attempt to modify a plant to produce a particular protein for a particular purpose can tomorrow be an attempt to modify food in other ways, perhaps with the view to modifying behavior, or, alternatively, to get ordinary humans to commit acts they would, under other circumstances, eschew: cannibalism for instance. It may be an attempt to modify humanity itself.

Of course, this in and of itself is a minor story, but it is symptomatic of a wider concern; the internet abounds with stories of such food modification, and there are serious research efforts and books that have been published on the subject, but the bottom line remains that China - certainly no stranger to allowing all sorts of grizzly genetic experiments of its own - is casting a wary eye on transgenic foods. We should exercise due caution as well. After all, these scientists have no real ethical or moral constraints, and fundamentally, they are pursuing a dangerous course whose ultimate issue they know no better than we. We shouldn't expect otherwise, for common sense has never marked the behavior of the mad scientist.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. James on September 25, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Mon Satan what can I say they are a corporation, they got “lawyers guns and money! power and obviously some political clout to knock out anybody who gets in their way. Sounds a lot like the FDA and Wall Street. Who gets burned? The American farmer and the comsumer once again.

    What about this latest Listeria outbreak in Colrado? Sounds like more chemical biological ware fare inflicted back on us! Another case of medical social Munchausen syndrome cuz we got to many medical people sitting idol with not enough to door what?

  2. Rich Overholt on June 10, 2011 at 9:09 pm

    The same kind of “logic” was utilized in the ’50s and early ’60s when mass neonatal circumcision is touted as a cure for urinary tract infection and a whole host of other bullshit medical maladies. Thank you CIA, MK-ultra and all other annunaki stooges. Fight the future.

  3. ken on June 10, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    ~~ flash back time ~~ ca 1969, age 15, reading article in PLAYBOY magazine (yeah, i subscribe the articles, of course):

    it was a panel discussion/debate on nutrition, including Arthur C Clarke, being a vegetarian, was advocating the same…

    in reply to another participant’s defense of meat eating, who stated that the most essential amino acids come from animal protein…

    Arthur replied something like: “well, using THAT logic, why not consume the meat having the most complete balance of 23 amino acids, needed by our bodies — human flesh itself?”

    • MizGreen on June 11, 2011 at 1:02 pm

      ***SNAAAAP!*** Great line from the agile mind of Mr. Arthur C. Clarke — I’ll have to remember that one! ;D

  4. MattB on June 10, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    Your kids are probably getting diarrhoea from bowel inflamation caused by the synthetic additives and colours in the food.

    See the following web page about how these horrible chemicals destroy human genes:


    My wife and I eat failsafe. Our kids don’t have asthma, add, adhd and allergies etc. Taking these filthy materials out of your diet greatly improves your ability to think, reason and sleep.

  5. MattB on June 10, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    The question is ‘What kind of human genes?’

    Are they designed to activate or deactivate?

    China doesn’t need Monsanto-I have seen the new agricultural fields in northern China. They literally drain lakes and plant crops. The down side is they are fond of using human waste as fertilizer-this is why Chinese veg gets a bad rep in Australia. They do have mass pollution issues with the rivers systems though.

    I really enjoyed the food when I was there (don’ eat any sea food on the Li river-washed in river water and it is quite polluted).

  6. marcos anthony toledo on June 10, 2011 at 10:51 am

    I think you are aware of Jonathan Swift essay A Modest Proposal or the film Soylant Green loosely based on the novel Make Room Make Room and then there was the syshilis experments on Afro-American men , sterilization of ethnic groups and the poor and outright genocide should we be surprise. I think not our masters have never made a distinction between animals, slaves, serfs, workers and the poor so why not be honest and have outright cannibalism to feed their trash. As for China you think they have forgotten the Opium Wars or the Open Door policy otherwise known as lets destroy the Chinese economy I think not they have every right not to trust us they been burn too many times and are on their guard.

  7. MQ on June 10, 2011 at 10:31 am

    You can also check out William Engdahl’s “Seeds of Destruction”, which goes into the whole GMO morass.

  8. Donna on June 10, 2011 at 9:06 am

  9. Jigsaw on June 10, 2011 at 8:44 am

    It might a purely benign attempt to reactivate the use of ‘medicinal cannibalism’:


    While such recent cannibalism in Europe is surprising, the NLP type use of a phrase called ‘medicinal cannibalism’ says it all.

  10. Antoine on June 10, 2011 at 5:17 am

    Things can get real ugly real fast once you start messing around in God’s tools shed. No, I’m not religious. At all. But hey, what the f$$$ do we know about long term consequences of messing with genetics. Short of having another planet and a time machine there’s no way I’d do any experiments. As a rule of thumb, never go under the hood if you don’t know how it works.

Help the Community Grow

Please understand a donation is a gift and does not confer membership or license to audiobooks. To become a paid member, visit member registration.

Upcoming Events