Well....now it's Poland. This nation has joined the growing list of countries, particularly in Europe, that are displaying some rationality and caution with respect to Duponzanto and Mon(ster)santo and the bland corporate and US government assurances that GMOs are entirely safe, when a growing body of evidence suggests that there are indeed horizontal transfers from GMOs to those organisms consuming them. In any case, back to Poland. Here is the article:

Poland Bans Genetically Modified Crops

Now, let's look at something from this article carefully. Imagine reading the following statement from your congressman, or senator, or even (perish the thought) an FDA spokesman:

"To justify the enactment of these regulations, the Ministry of Agriculture pointed out to the impossibility of the coexistence of GM crops and the natural varieties, without the risk of contamination of the latter. The Ministry also draws attention to the threat of contamination of honey by pollen of maize MON 810 and the lack of research supporting the safety of GM crops on the environment and human health. From now on, a farmer who illegally sows MON 810 maize or Amflora potato may be levied with severe financial penalties and even with the destruction of his crop."(emphasis added)

For me, the danger of GMOs has not resided solely in the potential effects, nor in the dangerous lack of adequate long term testing, nor even in the mafia-like tactics with which these wretched "agri-business" corporations have pursued farmers who didn't even want their crops, but whose fields were discovered to be growing them simply due to such contamination. It is this contamination  - the potential that natural crops, the products of years, centuries, of agronomic practice, could be undone for nothing other than simple greed. Poland's Ministry of agriculture has seen the potential clearly, and stated it clearly, not with the flannel-mouthed unctuousness of the bought-and-paid for American politician or bureaucrat. It's another sad reminder that other governments in the world are far more responsive to the public good  of their people in some respects than America's.

What really intrigues me, however, is again the timing of this announcement, for it's yet another indicator that the once solid ties between Europe and the USA are slowly eroding, a thread at a time. In this case, it's a significant thread, from a significant friend and ally, Poland. Agribusiness is big business for the USA, and banning GMOs is taking aim at a significant portion of America's corporate economy and the agendas driving it, one which we might qualify as a kind of "food imperialism."  With enough countries in Europe and elsewhere defending their own seeds and health, the rift will grow wider.

Gold...and GMOs... the rift is growing wider

See you on the flip side.

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. marcos toledo on January 15, 2013 at 4:16 pm

    All that Dupont and Monsanto have on their mind is greed and power and to hell with our health and lives hold fast and strong Poland. Your strengh is needed.

  2. Reno on January 15, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    GMO free kielbasa YUMMY

  3. enki-nike on January 15, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    Who saw this headline on the same page as the Poland GMO article?

  4. John Q. on January 15, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    When I speak of the “food imperialism” agenda, I’ve taken to calling it GMOcide.

    The agenda is systematically: 1) destructing heirloom agriculture; 2) compromising humankind’s general health and genetic legacy by contaminating the genomes of our crops and edibles; 3) subverting local, independent, and/or foreign agricultural infrastructure; and thus 4) structuring a generalized reliance on The Bigs (Big Agribusiness for food itself — Big Chem, if you expect to grow that food — Big Pharm, once you start eating it) via underhanded “diplomacy”, “regulation”, and obfuscation of the “scientific” discourse; Etc., etc.

    (And what if we were to go H. O. and consider connecting those last dots (3 & 4) to the idea of technological manipulation of global weather patterns, or crop catastrophes?)

    The whole GMO ball of wax is effectively a deadly threat biologically, agriculturally, politically, economically, diplomatically, ideologically… and let’s not shy away from an acknowledgement of the potential consequences of compromising the genetic integrity of the biosphere.

    So, because it’s a threat no matter how one chooses to relate to it, and it seems to be trying to KILL everything… I’ve taken to referring to this agenda as GMOcide.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 18, 2013 at 4:17 pm

      I’am stealing that terminology.
      It’s just too good not to pirate.

  5. Robert Barricklow on January 15, 2013 at 10:45 am

    Again, its Catch-22 land. Here is Poland, the butt of Pollack jokes; but in “reality”, smart as a whip, and wlling to use it on the Mon(ster)santos & Dupontzillas.

    The Big Squeeze is tightening the noose around what’s left of the “public good”. These Creepers(Sherlock Holmes movie villian, & other movie villians) are no Cracker Jack suprize for those in the know. Sadly, to be in the know is lonely in the U.S.of A., although, we’re alledged to be #1 in almost, a “u-name-it” mantra, it is, unfortunately #1 in only: Brainwashing. So, ipso facto, they don’t have to be good, or even half/ass in anything else.

    How many Frankensteins does it take to screw in a light bulb?

  6. jedi on January 15, 2013 at 6:40 am

    the real story here is the omission of who has never allowed GMO foods in there country and in fact has the strictest purity laws of any country in the world.
    That would be a renowned banking country, that declared itself neutral during the manufactured slaughter of WW 1 and 2, the same country that every male is armed with an automatic weapon with the lowest crime rate, strict immigration policies and also home of the watchers, fine swiss watches…..on a cliff claven the post man only rings twice side note, did you know that the forbidden city had a complex devoted to the watch….that wonderful piece of equipment that told the slaves what time to punch in and punch out.

    • jedi on January 15, 2013 at 7:49 am

      they also handle the security of the tiny nation, with its secretive library and pen”chant” of taking the small step of hiring pedophile to brainwash the herd to take a giant leap of faith….. right off of the cliff….and the fish headed chief has a direct line to the land lord.

      • Tor on January 15, 2013 at 9:23 am

        Good stuff Jedi! Also, a watch is a device used to measure frequency. One singular constant frequency. Tick Tock…Gaze into the pendulum slave and obey my every command. Also, it can be used to detect torsion fields. An Accutron watch is a little expensive. You can do it with a 20 dollar volt meter, and measure the resistance in a tungsten wire. Torsion fields cause electrical resistance? How very interesting. Since you are very intelligent, you know that telekinesis is no joking matter. Just a thought. The pyramids…A Giza death star? Or an interior insulation chamber for king priests, creating an exterior torsion dampening field for slaves? Maybe a Giza death star too! The Cabala? The Bible? A torsion map, and frequency database? Perhaps so much more. Just to mention, I’ve done these things with the King James Version, and I don’t think I would disagree with you on much, but I think having the original Chaldean works better.

        • Tor on January 15, 2013 at 9:46 am

          I should also add that I think there is no need to make technological modifications to humans to hard wire them into the grid. I think nature already did that. Applying alchemy to that end would be perverted, and probably a two faced douche bag would come up with that idea. Understanding, better enables people to use what they already have, but a real sick o could use it to mutilate people, and call himself God.

          • jedi on January 15, 2013 at 10:12 am

            The invention of a divine lama, or a lord god is a recent invention..back in the ancient times there were kings and laws to settle matters.

            and the internet, is in a way transhumanist invention, a connection to the ancient libraries of knowledge. My wisdon and knowledge increase every day, so much so, that i have given up on the idea that I know anything…it is amazing.
            As for the telekenisis, I have personally observed experiences outside of the known laws of physics.

          • jedi on January 15, 2013 at 11:24 am

            ah…you were playing with me on your bible comment….:)

          • Tor on January 15, 2013 at 1:00 pm

            The bible seems more your area Jedi, and not so much mine, but I’ve been down that road before. I just didn’t find your idea that it contains anagrams, and word plays, or uses psychological tactics like taboos, and punishments, to be all that revealing. I don’t agree with you, that the idea of a divine lord is a recent invention. Always happy to listen to interesting alternative views, presented with evidence. I certainly don’t know everything either.

            I have to get off this Borg collective now, and concentrate more on my alchemical nature circuitry, and be with my non GMO plants. Goodbye Dr. Farrell’s blog, for a while. This is all scaring me, and after reading this blog, I now fear that I certainly will become a genetically modified fish. 🙂 J/K

          • jedi on January 16, 2013 at 6:41 am

            after Kublai Khan was overthrown, lamas were made “divine” in retrospect even…. hence the invention of the term dali. Queen AmI”dali”.. the Mystery Girl?

            no need to resort to strawmen, ridicule or namecalling ,…it exposes …ah forget it.

        • Ethan on January 15, 2013 at 2:28 pm


          “Also, it can be used to detect torsion fields. An Accutron watch is a little expensive. You can do it with a 20 dollar volt meter, and measure the resistance in a tungsten wire. Torsion fields cause electrical resistance? How very interesting. ”


          I’ve been finding the whole accutron/pendulum-torsion thing very interesting.. and I’m still hoping that Mr. Hoagland will make a huge new post on his site telling about this whole eclipse thing he went out to measure last year..

          and you’re telling me that they can also be detected by measuring the resistance in a tungsten wire?!? :O
          (Take that expensive gravity-wave searching experiments, lol!)

          Very intriguing.

          Just like the Global Consciousness Project with random number generators located and measuring all over the globe, I’ve been wondering about how cool and interesting it would be to have cheap torsion detectors located all over the globe, sending their data over the internet to create something of a real-time torsion map.

          Would be great to watch that when there’s a Solar eclipse..a coronal mass ejection.. or another Venus Transit in a century or .. etc .etc.

          • Ethan on January 15, 2013 at 2:30 pm

            (BTW: just wondering, is your name also related to this? TORsion? ;))

          • Tor on January 15, 2013 at 6:50 pm

          • Ethan on January 16, 2013 at 1:03 am

            Many thanks Tor!! 🙂

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