Well, needless to say, I continue to snooze through the current American presidential (s)election between Barmitt Obromneyack(R-Taxachusetts) and Barmitt Obromneyack (D-Indonesia-Hawaii-Kenya and all points in between). Now, here I want to ignore Barmitt Obromneyack's connections to George Soros, various Wall Street corporations, banks and pundits (that would be Barmitt Obromneyack, D-Indonesia-Hawaii-Kenya and all points in between), and concentrate on Barmitt Obromneyack (R-Taxachusetts).

It seems that while Obromneyack (the R one folks, not the D one) was at Bain Capital, he was busily helping Mon(ster)santo clean up its somewhat sullied image over Agent Orange, and set Mon(ster)santo blazing down the path of  high scientific standards and ethics and humanitarianism that it is so well known for today:

Barmitt Obromneyack and Mon(ster)santo

Make no mistake, a vote for Barmitt Obromneyack (D-Wherever) is as much a vote for Mon(ster)santo as a vote for Barmitt Ombromneyack (R-Taxachusetts). All humor aside, the article gets it right, but it might be rephrased:

Through careful lobbying, these agribusiness companies - Duponzanto as I have called them -  have been able to use the conceptions of American patent law to effect a leveraged buy-out of the food supply. The record of both candidates is clear: they will throw whatever amount of money at these corporations as the latter demand, without fail. Neither represents the public good.

That said, I am bold to suggest that the article does not go far enough. For example, I have just learned that my favorite soda, Mr. Pibb, made by the Coca-Cola company, is now sponsoring the agribusiness campaign in California against proposition 37. Well, dear Coca-Cola. This is inexcusable, and I will not buy your products again (and I long ago gave up on Pepsi).  Period. End of discussion.

Now then, as I said, I don't think the article goes far enough. What we now need is to use the internet to create a network of organic food growers and outlets... indeed, I suspect in many quarters much of this is under way. We need a "Sam's Club" of organic food suppliers, and we need it now before these monstrous companies and their Gestapo lackeys in the government agencies drive the last remaining ones out of business.

....yea...I'm mad.

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. Frankie Calcutta on October 10, 2012 at 3:59 pm

    Inspired by some of your recent blogs, I got involved with an anti-GMO campaign in my state. It is a very concrete action that can bear fruit I believe and certainly needs to be done. I highly recommend it. Poisoned food supply resonates with everyone no matter their degree of brainwashing or how the monsters spin it. Soccer moms, NPR authoritarian liberals, FOX news kool-aid drinkers, nascar yahoos, etc It is a good point of attack in a world where one is left feeling so powerless to change anything.

    I’ve always had a hunch that there is a strong link between Mormonism and transhumanism and there is some evidence on the internet. I wonder how deep this research goes in the Mormon dominated Universities such as Brigham Young or U. of Utah? While I can see some idealistic Mormons embracing what they believe to be the positive benefits of transhumanism, This blog makes me wonder if there are not some Mormons like Romney who are keen on pursuing the darker side of transhumanism as well which seeks to transmute an un-Chosen segment of the population downward. I wonder also if this is ultimately linked with their obsession with genealogy?

    I don’t need to remind anyone of the links between Mormons and the usual suspects of freemasonry, the CIA , Satanism, etc. An internet search reveals quite a bit on this subject. Romney is obviously a member of the Mormon elite clearly evidenced by the fact the Mormon Church gave him and his hedge fund the bulk of the money in their coffers to trade and invest. I certainly don’t believe rank and file Mormons are nefarious. Just a nefarious elite like most religions.

    Dr. Farrell, I’m just finishing Yahweh the Two faced God. You and Dr. DeHart have penned something on the order of Martin Luther’s 95 theses nailed on the Church door. I think you went from being a brilliant polymath to a powerful cultural force. I truly believe over time this treatise will shake the foundations of all the organized monotheisms (if they don’t embroil us all in their apocalypse first). I’m truly blown away. I’m curious now to search for the perennial philosophy in the New and Old Testament. Surely, it must exist in there somewhere? I haven’t picked up a Bible in decades. Maybe you have launched the dialogue which will lead us to a kinder, gentler Christianity and Judaism. (I truly don’t know anything about Islam except its adherents starting warring with each before Mohammed’s corpse could even get cold).

    My only regret with Yahweh the Two Faced God is that it is too cerebral to pass on to my annoying evangelical neighbor. Could you write a version for dummies? It might help me as well.

  2. Enlil's a Dog on October 7, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    I will be purchasing a small to moderate acreage within the next 12 months to get away from their trappings! I plan to grow and mill my own Grains as well as grow my own Vegetables. I see this as the only way out at the moment. I don’t plan to shut myself off from society (lol) but I don’t want to be relying on a future source of food that is –

    a) of questionable manufacture and origin & b) possibly contaminated by GMO’s!!

    Australia is not as well advanced as the United States in the corporate push for GMO’s (thankfully) but if this insideous practice is left to fester in the U.S it won’t be long until it engulfs the agri-community here in this country.

    If anyone is interested in looking at ways of getting themselves off the grid, then take a look at this site relating to free energy.

    My apologies in advance, Joseph, for posting this link without formal consent but I believe everyone on this site possesses sound intelligence and an ability to do some due diligence regarding such things.

  3. Robert Barricklow on October 7, 2012 at 9:15 am

    That’s the way my reading tends to be.
    I’am critical from the get-go.
    I examine the frame from which it is written & find, too often, it is a deceptive frame.
    Even if they do throw a few well deserved punches; They weren’t hard and there were not enough of them.
    So even if the writer is oblivious, I’am not.
    The problem is, that alot is getting past me, that I am oblivious to.
    It is an ongoing work in progress to “see” what is going on in today’s world AND what REALLY happened in the past.
    So much deception; so little time:
    TO Set the Record Straight.

    The struggle of man against power,
    is the struggle of memory against forgetting.

  4. Yaj on October 7, 2012 at 7:25 am

    “Kenya”? Really, that’s like putting Mexico after the other guy.

  5. Spectator on October 7, 2012 at 6:15 am

    Glad you gave of Coke products, but alarmed to hear you still imbibe such high-fructose garbage.

    Try Seltzer and lime if it’s the fizz you crave. Lots healthier.

    And you are correct to surmise that efforts are under way to bypass the megafood monopolies with local produce.

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