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GENETICALLY ENGINEERED BUGS

The transhumanist agenda marches on, though, as this article suggests, one might go so far as to view it as a transgaia agenda, an agenda not just to transform mankind, but all life as we know it here on mother Earth, and indeed, the Earth itself:

Millions of GMO Mosquitoes Released Without Risk Assessment or Oversight

In Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, co-author Scott DeHart and I outlined how the agribusiness giants used the principle of "substantial equivalence" to bypass concerns about their genetically engineered plants, in order to foist them upon a market without adequate scientific testing, in spite of the concerns being raised by scientists. This same principle, however, was overlooked when the very same companies were applying for patents on their genetic modifications.They further used their influence to play former executives within government monitoring and regulatory agencies.

The same is now happening with insects:

"The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is highlighted as one of several examples showing how industry organises its influence. In EFSA´s GM insects working group, which was established to develop guidance for risk assessment of genetically engineered insects, there are several cases of conflicts of interest, including experts with links to Oxitec who only partially declared their interests. The draft Guidance on risk assessment of GM insects shows some significant deficiencies: for example it does not consider the impacts of GM insects on the food chain. Oxitec’s GM insects are genetically engineered to die mostly at the larval stage so dead GM larvae will enter the food chain inside food crops such as olives, cabbages and tomatoes. Living GM insects could also be transported on crops to other farms or different countries. EFSA has excluded any consideration of these important issues from its draft guidance. Many other issues are not properly addressed.

"The briefing also highlights problems with a World Health Organisation (WHO)-funded project which has allowed the company to bypass requirements for informed consent for the release of GM mosquitoes. The WHO-funded Mosqguide project, which was supposed to be developing best practice, also allowed the company to gain approval from Brazilian regulators to release 16 million GM mosquitoes before draft regulations on the release of GM insects had been finalised or adopted, without publishing a risk assessment." (Emphasis in the original)

Once again, we are seeing just how insane the corporate world, and its financial overlords, really are, for with no risk assessment, these lackeys of lucre and playing fast and loose not only with us, not only with themselves, but with the world, with humanity. Sadly what this also highlights is the near-total breakdown of the  modern regulatory democracy, for not only in the USA but in the UK, agencies and ministries ostensibly for the purpose of protecting the common weal and public good, are bypassed, co-opted, bought, and when none of these work, just simply bypassed and ignored.

But notice the opening words:

"Look out people of planet earth, genetically engineered bugs are here. Just in case you haven’t figured it out yet, our technocracy is working ever diligently on genetically engineering every last living cell on the planet – WITHOUT EXCEPTION. What does this mean for life here on earth? Ever hear the expression “soup sandwich?” Well, after these “scientific” geniuses are through with us, that is exactly what all life will be – a genetic soup sandwich, made in a lab, and stamped with a corporate logo embedded in our DNA. If the following report from Testbiotech doesn’t send chills up your spine, I don’t know what will. Get ready world, because nothing will ever be the same. Ever. There is no remediation technique available to clean up genetically engineered mutations released into the wild and spread through horizontal gene transfer."

What this portends, I am bold to suggest, is exactly what I implied at the beginning of this article: that transhumanism as a phenomenon, as a trend of the times so to speak, is already morphing into a "transgaia" movement, a movement to transform not only man but his environment, by claiming mastery over all life in it.

This is, of course, an ancient spiritual agenda and problem... rumor has it, it didn't work out too well the last time...

....See you on the flip side.

 

 

8 thoughts on “GENETICALLY ENGINEERED BUGS”

  1. So, the “dead Larvae” of these insects enters the food chain inside the food which is consummed, is that all there is? Is the larvae really dead? I wouldn’t put anything past these Doctor Frankensteins.

    They do this just to alter our DNA and how is that done? Do we start developing scales that a grasshopper has? I suspect everything horrid, evil, cruel and despotic, they have thought about it. Full spectrum Dominance in every evil thought form that can be imagined.

  2. Farrell:
    “Once again, we are seeing just how insane the corporate world, and its financial overlords, really are, for with no risk assessment, these lackeys of lucre and playing fast and loose not only with us, not only with themselves, but with the world, with humanity. Sadly what this also highlights is the near-total breakdown of the modern regulatory democracy, for not only in the USA but in the UK, agencies and ministries ostensibly for the purpose of protecting the common weal and public good, are bypassed, co-opted, bought, and when none of these work, just simply bypassed and ignored.”

    OK, color me confused Mr. Farrell. In other posts, haven’t you complained of regulations, that the market place is supposed to self-regulate? Aren’t government regulations one of your complaints? Yet here you lament the “…breakdown of the modern regulatory democracy,…”. I think the market place, Montsanto, and others are current proof that the market will not self-regulate. Face it, greed will rule with the already obscenely rich. They would make good Ferengi- except the Ferengi would appear to have at least a few morals.

  3. There’s a lot of “transhumanism” going on,
    but with surprises, I think…
    doesn’t everyone like a surprise?

    ‘The Six Million Man”‘ and
    “The Bionic Woman”
    [There’s a lot of bionic bugs around.]

    not a chance

    Anyone care for a reality check?

  4. Robert Barricklow

    The true genie has been releassed from the bottle.
    At first, the “gods” gave us fire and “we” changed the crust of the earth(skyscrapers, ect.)
    Now mankind has “dicovered” genetic engeering, and we are changing the “biosphere” of plane earth.
    These so-called scientist are absolutely psycho, and should be called, at the very least pseudo-scientist. They know damn-well where this is going. Way past GO, but they collect the monopoly money; and the hell with those outside the game.

    The fairy tales of Brothers Grimm & J.R.R Tolkein, who were both philologists, maintained to ask where those sories “came from”, in essence they were after what is the origin of language and of the mind. The problem was oral culture is always changing. They are miminal in description, with their two-dimensional characters and formulatic plots, but seem infused with a significance that extends far beyond their “plain surfaces”.
    It is the “Deep Forrest” where so much action takes place. In original form they are very dark tales, only “recently” have they been sweetened with time.
    These times are looking to be another beginning of those grimm/tolkein fairy tale “origins”. But instead, perhaps down the line of time some “other” will be hearing “interpretations” of our “ancient” times[1976 – 2____)
    (redone by grimms’ of their time).

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Above was for the 19th.(it’s dated for “today”)
        The “turkey” held a sign up pointing to himself.
        that read: “GMO Turkey”.

  5. Very frightening prospects. I wonder what the answer is? Attack the Leviathan? Storm the gates of Rome? Doesn’t work. They just come out and mow you down with their chariots. Also worth noting is an organization called “Tavistock Institute.” Got their inspiration by studying victims of shell shock. Seems to turn bold men into whimpering docile idiots. Much like Fluoride poisoning. I suppose one could go both ways in interpreting the information. Frightening prospects? Or just another ad for “Tangy Tangerine”? I’m sure the intentions are good though, and I sure am happy to see no Tangy ads connected to the information. However can we stop this madness? “Mock their culture, and make fun of them”? Okay, I’m game, but I don’t think that’s going to stop them. It would be discouraging to see ads for a “Joseph Farrell Pack”, but I have faith that such a thing wouldn’t happen. Always, lots of great useful information. That’s really why I buy the books. Not a big fan of doom and gloom scenarios. Worst thing that can happen is we all end up dead. Didn’t scare Socrates, and it doesn’t scare me either. Thanks!

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