Hungary seems determined to protect its population not only from Duponzanto's GMOs, but also from Duponzanto's bankster friends at the International Monetary Fraud....er...International Monetary Fund:

Hungary Throws Out Monsanto AND The IMF

And not only that, just for good measure, they're burning Duponzanto's cruddy corn as well:

Hungary Destroys Monsato Maize Crops

....and to think, in this country, "land of the free and home of the brave," we can't even get a law passed for labeling of these cruddy products in the most insanely "progressive" state in the union: California...

See you on the flip side...

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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. LSM on September 10, 2012 at 4:29 am

    I truly hope there is truth to this report- the “Hunkies” (I’m part Hungarian so I’m allowed to use that terminology) have always been known for their collective feisty mentality not to mention “everyone wants to have their own say” (I’m living proof of that) which is probably why the Hungarian Parliament, based on number of members, is the 2nd largest Parliament in the world- the largest is not as most believe GB but….



  2. Nidster - on September 9, 2012 at 11:56 pm

    Note to self, “Be certain to save your heirloom seeds.”

    OK, got it.

  3. RaPhi on September 9, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    Go Atilla! Seems the Magyars haven’t lost their ancestral toughness. Right they are to fight off the Frankenfoods.

    Info on this stuff has been around for decades. Among the anti-WTO groups in Seattle 1999 was the Council for Responsible Genetics, whose advocates have included Vandana Shiva, Claire Nader (Ralph’s sister,) and Richard Lewontin. Check out their “Gene Watch.”

    Don’t know if this is common knowledge on this site about how GMOs are created. Apologies if it is. There’s no way to control where it inserts in a genome. How genes are expressed is related to neighbor genes. When HGH was inserted into salmon, sure, they grew 2x as big. But they were also mint green. There is not way to tell if a gene has inserted, so it is accompanied by a marker gene. The latter is derived from bacteria resistant to one of the common soil actinomycete-derived antibiotics, like Erythromycin or Streptomycin.. Note, then, that all GMOs therefore also have a gene for antibiolic resistance.

    Bad enough. Also keep in mind that different species of bacteria are well-known to exchange genes, particularly in regards to antibiotic resistance. Now add this from “Science Daily” 8/30/2012: Agrobacter, common (beneficial) soil bacteria, have been found to exchange genes with E. coli.

    I wonder if the connection between GMOs and Morgellon’s might be via the bacterial gene exchange. Hypotheses about the disease have cited possible fungal or bacterial filaments. I’ve done hours and hours of microscope work identifying soil saprophytic hyphae. (the tiny fungus “roots” of nutrient recyclers.) I’ve never seen anything like the M threads. But what if those medical tests that show only clothing or plastic fibers are correct because that’s what is being grown??? What if there were cross contamination in some lab? Remember, Monsanto also made fabrics out of organic polymers. If plants can make GMO biofuels, they can make plastics.

    What if the genes for growing plastic fibers crossed to something as ubiquitous as GMO corn for producing high fructose syrup, which is in almost all manufactured foods?

    Result: Margellon’s!

    • HAL838 on September 15, 2012 at 11:48 am

      gee ralph, I know how I know things………….
      How do you KNOW THAT, especially since it’s true !?!
      I cetrtainly have had enough time to learn what they
      like as opposed to what they don’t like…
      for activilty, deactivity and INACTIVITY………..
      the problem [has been] that those nanite totbots were
      being dumped on my head for years … !!!

      YOU are the ONES who have been
      describing for me my part in all of this……..
      too much attention is more telling than
      not enough

  4. Incognito on September 9, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    Hi terminally,

    my 2 cents: I think the key to connecting with your audience is to make your points as if you’re telling a story. Make sure you’ve really mastered your subject matter which is the only of boiling some complex subject down to an exciting storyline. Stress the dramatic stuff. That’s it. If your topic is well reasearched and full of new insights (why talk otherwise?) then that’s all you need. Forget about being in front of a bunch of strangers and just tell your story just like you would to your friends and I bet you that at the end of your presentation all these people will want to be your friends. It’s called charisma.

    Best of luck.

    • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 8:56 pm

      Yeah, and people actually voted for poppy jr
      because he would be fun to barbecue with.

      Friends? You’re kidding, right………..
      he wants to ‘alarm’ people without
      having them jump out of bed and
      busting a leg, yes…
      he wants people to take the message
      to THEIR ‘friends’…………..
      he wants them to remember that message,
      not their new friend.

      “Incognito” indeed.

  5. terminally skeptical on September 9, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    Now if we would only blog half as much and spend the balance of our new found time being community gadflies on matters of GMO, chemtrails, etc. Somebody’s got to wake up these sleepwalking neighbors of ours and it might as well be us.

    • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 5:29 pm

      Oh that’s a done deal in several upcoming non-events.
      Daffy is worried about my giving away the plot, but I
      am not privy to the last pages anyway…………
      I hope to be riding out the last wave.
      I’ve been at it since I was thirteen [action, not words]
      and words for the past 14 years……….
      I’m planning a vacation; nice easy reading to fill in
      some still missing details.

      • terminally skeptical on September 9, 2012 at 6:03 pm

        Great that you’re walkin’ the talk. You might need a vacation if you’ve been carrying the torch that long. As a newcomer to this site I’m not up to speed on who’s who here hence the Daffy quip is lost on me, sorry.
        Could you perhaps give me some pointers on how to give a presentation before an audience in a community hall setting? What, if anything, keeps them engaged when you deliver the goods at the podium?
        Been thinking I’d like to intersperse an otherwise serious topic with a bit of levity so I don’t end up loosing them in the first turn already.

        • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 6:17 pm

          Sounds good to me.
          ‘Be yourself’ is worth repeating.
          Talk about what you know and
          DON’T go into personal speculation that doesn’t
          have leading fact going in.

          The future is, in a real sense, still up for grabs,
          so try not to be pessimistic.
          Have an optimistic attitude and leave ALL
          religion out of it.
          Remember that atheism is a religion in itself.

          Yes, make them smile, make them laugh.
          You can turn some of the current prognostication
          into caricature / brief satire.
          Don’t tire your audience. They will lose the message.
          Score your points and take a few questions.

          If you were serious, there it is…………..

  6. Robert Barricklow on September 9, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Ironic, in that Hungary(hungry?)…
    …is taking some necessary steps to putting “healthy” food ahead of,
    healthy bottom lines.

  7. Incognito on September 9, 2012 at 10:46 am

    It’s a beautiful thing to watch these scumbags lose their influence. The IMF is majority controlled by the West. The West is broke, ergo the IMF is broke (although the Chinese are still funding it for their own temporary purposes).

    It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood!

    Nurmberg! Nuremberg! Nurmberg on the Potomac!!

    • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 11:04 am

      THEY were too slow with their “population control”
      because of their GREED for MORE THAN EVERYTHING.

      and their own technolology

      [that will mix
      Nature’s own fix…………
      already started……
      you just need ONE unknown variable
      …and there are now so many !!!]

      [think {freely, of course} positive]
      their downfall.

      Take heart fellow bloggers,
      I will be busy with other things soon.

      • Robert Barricklow on September 9, 2012 at 1:32 pm

        Sustainable industrial agriculture = oxymoron

        • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 2:17 pm

          In a true “oxymoron”

          [remember those tests…
          which word doesn’t belong ?]

          “industrial” does not belong.

          Hi Robert
          How come daffy didn’t say anything to you?
          You were [kind of] egging me on……….

          • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 2:22 pm


            The history channel has been showing reruns of “Ancient Aliens”

            [THEY are prepping for the big one……….
            ?……….big anniversary coming up]

            Anyway, the last one gives lip service to TIME travel……..
            ..up next……….gottago……..cachalater

          • Robert Barricklow on September 9, 2012 at 2:24 pm

            Of course.
            Dexter defined it as,
            “sustainable agriculture is an oxymoron”

            It’s actually Foghorn Leghorn,
            ” I say, I say,…
            You must be built low to the ground, Son.
            I keep pitching ’em,
            …but they keep flying over you.”

            Yet, you caught that one.
            In fact, …not much gets past you.

          • DaphneO on September 9, 2012 at 4:31 pm

            Hal, I have apologised. Enough. I just felt that you weren’t letting others have an opinion that was worth considering. I had no right to say what I did and I ask that you please let this one go. Thank you.

          • HAL838 on September 9, 2012 at 4:57 pm

            Then ignore me, sweetie.
            THAT is the smart thing to do……..
            it works every time at some point,
            but that’s NOT what you really want to do, is it ?

            You have an alias on this blog
            in spite of the fact that there are
            several likely candidates,
            I think I know who you are.

            “……weren’t letting others have an opinion
            that was worth considering.”
            Your logic is absolutely moronic.

            WHO or WHAT do you think I am..?..
            that..I..would have such… power…
            from a distance…
            …over miles and miles of blah blah blah
            the only time you blog at your favorite
            watering hole, after fawning all over the owner,
            has been to come after me and POLITELY
            tell me to get lost……

            Any of the others would have backed you..
            ..if they agreed…and they still can,
            for that matter………….it is YOUR choice..
            to blog or not to blog…instead of just coming after me
            …. I stop you…?…then…….STOP giving ME that …power…

            Reread the first verse and thank YOU
            …for actually putting a smile on my face.

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