Joseph comments on the alliance between agribusiness and private intell and security companies, and about the potential BRICSA backlash:

Unapproved Genetically Modified Monsanto Wheat Found in Oregon

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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. Thomas on May 31, 2013 at 9:00 pm

    Hmmm. Maybe the world is getting the message….Monsanto stock fell more than 4% today

  2. Frankie Calcutta on May 31, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    GMO wheat? I always thought the claim was that GMO wheat hadn’t made it into the food chain yet. That would certainly explain gluten intolerance. Pesticides and Round Up antidotes got to be hard to digest. Not to mention they must do a superb job killing off that flora in your digestive tract. So maybe GMO wheat has been secretly put into the supermarkets for quite a long time but kept secret so it wouldn’t be linked to gluten intolerance? Even zombie Americans could put that no brainer together which would spell bad publicity for Monsanto and certainly derail their plan. But what is their plan? To make us sick and die or to make Americans Round Up ready when they go to cull some other human weeds? Or are they preparing our digestive tract for something else? Something microorganisms in the intestines would normally defend us from?

    • Margaret on May 31, 2013 at 10:15 pm

      GMO wheat is in Kraft Mac & Cheese being sold in England.* The product is from Northfield, Illinois so it is presumably the same being sold in the US. But in the UK and Europe special warning labels are required to be put on products if they contain potentially dangerous ingredients, artificial food dyes and/or GMOs. If Kraft is using illegal GMO wheat in this product, I think we can assume they are using it in other products (and lying about it). And where is this wheat coming from? They have no incentive to improve or change except when it will cut their costs or increase their profits! CEOs are making big bonuses while people eating their manufactured food are getting sick and paying doctor bills. Boycott their brands! The ‘convenience’ isn’t worth it.

      • Robert Barricklow on June 1, 2013 at 1:42 pm

        Looks like those Monsanto boys have been sleeping next to the “pods”.
        Their actions are no longer human.

    • Margaret on June 1, 2013 at 11:42 am

      Hmmmm, how convenient and timely is it that the ‘Monsanto protection clause’ was inserted in the farm bill just passed by Congress? Its GMO wheat had been previously approved by USDA for field testing but that was discontinued years ago. If found in violation of the Plant Protection Act Mon[ster]santo could be fined up to a million dollars (pocket change) and face criminal charges, but they’ve bought off enough officials and regulatory agencies to ensure/insure that will never happen. This is not a small issue for now all US wheat is suspect at home and abroad and the future of US agriculture is in jeopardy. It’s putting another pollutant into the feed and food supply … but not to worry because Mon[ster]santo’s rubber stamp USDA say it’s as safe as conventional wheat, but still unapproved. The fiasco further proves that field test experiments and contamination from self-replicating genetic seed can’t be controlled. And affected farmers should get together and hire a good lawyer as it’s a sure thing that they will be dragged into court by Mon[ster]santo’s legal cadre for having its patented ‘intellectual property’ growing in their fields. Its ‘security agents’ have no inhibitions about trespassing on private property to collect [or plant, pun intended] evidence. Maybe, hoping, this is the beginning of biotech’s genetic apocalypse …

      • Frankie Calcutta on June 2, 2013 at 1:03 pm

        Margaret and Daphne,

        this GMO wheat is really the smoking gun that we are not just dealing with corporate greed but a a much more sinister effort to wage war on natural foods and poison humans as well. Hard not to be pessimistic that nothing will be done about this, but the GMO onslaught is so egregious that I really think it is starting to wake people out of their induced slumber. The face of evil has really shown itself and the corporate media and the politicians can not assuage this but instead only make it apparent to all that they are in collusion with these monsters. Unlike 9/11 and the imperial wars, and all those other divisive issues, people are becoming unified behind this issue and it is waking them up to the corruption of the system that fosters it. Unfortunately I wonder if the monsters anticipated this and therefore planned to have the damage done before people started waking up. This GMO wheat infestation makes me think so.

        I would also add that like real milk, wheat has always been a super food in ayurvedic medicine.

    • DaphneO on June 1, 2013 at 4:38 pm

      Frankie, I have a cousin with a large wheat farm in Australia.
      He told me many years ago that he uses “some” GMO seed.
      (And he finds it quite good!)

      And I’ve spoken with organic farmers, and they know they have problems with seed blown onto their property.
      So Aussie “leaders” think it’s just fine to have GMO products here.

      As I mentioned in an earlier thread, Aldi apparently does not use GMO food, but I don’t know how they enforce it.

  3. Frankie Calcutta on May 31, 2013 at 8:02 pm

    Has Dr. Farrell been secretly invited to meet with the Bildebergers this summer? Will they try to bribe him with a new computer or even membership or will they instead try to convince him that they have the long term interests of humanity in their current nefarious machinations? Or , are they looking for someone to chronicle their deeds, past and present, for posterity so when the future transhumans wonder how they came to be, it will be there for them to read… or download into their memory chips? Or, has Dr. Farrell always been a member– the South Dakota anti-yahweh faction that needs to be placated from time to time?

    What would Dr; Farrell’s presence at Bilderberg be like? Will there be strange tales of conversations with Hitler’s brain about German composers and doomsday weapons? Maybe a row with Bill Gates one night in the brandy room over his crappy products? How about a late night smoke and stroll in the garden with a Rothschild or a Rockefeller? Maybe Dr. Farrell would even be allowed a quick glimpse and a brief chat with the disembodied Yahweh himself as his minions work feverishly to bring him back into material form so he can one day take his seat on his long vacated throne in Jerusalem.

    Dr. Farrell’s trip to Bilderberg would certainly make for an interesting vidchat no doubt.

  4. marcos toledo on May 31, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    Monsanto the agri-dope pusher at work no place on Earth safe from their foods ere poisons. As for Eric Prince he is a USA condottiere mercenary captain for sale to the highest bidder same with Blackwater modern Pinkertons guns and intelligence for hire no soul.

  5. DownunderET on May 31, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    Monsanto and Blackwater, the lesser of two evils.

    It isn’t a guessing completion of who are the bad guys, another story of world domination by a couple of crooks.

    BUT, the world is waking up, more countries are flicking the GMO, and I think Dr. Farrell is right, the BRICSA fellas are going to go head to head with the Monsanto’ of this world and sell lots of the good stuff.

  6. LSM on May 31, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    I truly hope you are right about the BRICSA nations ganging-up on Monsanto, Dr. Farrell-

    the latest from Europe bucking Monsanto:

    stay well all- regards-

    Larry in Germany

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