MORE EVIDENCE: FRANKENFOODS FOR THE NEW FRANKENSTEIN

November 3, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

In Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, and for that matter, elsewhere in other blogs on this website, I have suggested, along with co-author Scott D. deHart, that the ingestion of genetically modified crops or foods can in turn perhaps cause the genetic modification of humans. And recently, as I noted in previous blogs, French studies have confirmed these ideas.

Now there's yet more confirmation, according to the following article:

GM Wheat May Permanently Alter Human Genome, Spark Early Death Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/gm-wheat-permanently-alter-human-genome/#ixzz2AOUUQuPf

The argument in this article is somewhat obscured, for it is presented in the opposite order that it should be. Consider this sentence:

The wheat genes intended to be silenced are known as SEI, the sequence of which are classified by CSIRO. What experts know about SEI is that parts of it match the human GBE gene sequence.

And then this paragraph:

Moreover, Heinemann describes the double stranded RNA (dsRNAs) present in GM wheat as “remarkably stable in the environment.” It is able to withstand digestion (even after cooking) and thereafter circulates through the body, where it amplifies into more and different dsRNAs and “alters gene expression in the animal.” These altered genes are passed to later generations, assuming the consumer doesn’t die of cancer or liver damage before procreating

And now finally this sentence:
“Through ingestion, these molecules can enter human beings and potentially silence our genes,” says Professor Jack Heinemann of the University of Canterbury’s Centre for Integrated Research in Biosafety.

In other words, we may boil this down to this three step argument: (1) Stable genetic features of the SEI genetic sequence of wheat, which are designed to shut down certain sequences in wheat, are so stable that (2) that are able to survive ingestion, which therefore (3) can silence the similar genetic sequence in humans, and this can lead to cancers and liver damage and early death.

As the article notes, one such researcher, reviewed on Alex Jones' show, thinks all this is a good thing since such GMO food can lead to population reduction:

And sadly, this is the state of so-called science, and of many scientists: their utter and casual disregard of human life, and of the enormous potential each life represents. Science of this sort is no longer wisdom, or knowledge, it is merely, like the "food" it promotes, a bad taste in the mouth.  I am perhaps naive, perhaps even utopian, but nevertheless I am bold to suggest that the real science is being done by those unsung few who, rather than accepting all the elite-decreed memes of over-population, eugenics, and the wonders of genetically modified food, are bending their intellectual talents to real solutions of the problems of human energy and production and agriculture, rather than contriving sophistical rationalizations for the suffering caused by the products of scientism in the service of corporatism, for these people, like the Dummycrooks and Republithugs, are bought and paid for by the likes of Duponzanto and Mon(ster)santo, and hence, their prognostications are suspect.

See you on the flip side.