This was shared with me by a regular reader here, Ms. M. W., and because of what we've been talking about lately regarding Anglosphere retrenchment, this has to be passed along:

Monsanto Stock in Danger, Investor Warns

Now, readers here will know two things about me: (1) I'm not opposed to technology nor even the use of technology to improve agricultural production provided adequate testing has been conceived and executed before its public use, and (2) no such adequate testing even remotely approaching a common sense level was done in the case of GMOs. In fact, as Dr. Scott deHart and I detailed in our book, in some cases, scientists who had raised concerns or objections were deliberately silenced by the heavy hand of modern corporate fascism.

In a sense, then, as the article's author points out,

"Mr. Umiastowski adds that 'the trend will be toward more ingredient labeling, not less. And, this poses a big danger to Monsanto.'  Equally important, he continues, 'personally, I’d rather own a business that is not only growing at a solid clip, but feels good to hold in my portfolio.  For me, Monsanto doesnt cut it.'

In other words, investor-market karma may be coming home to roost, and given its tactics in the past, one may be inclined to think "and none too soon."

But I suspect there is a deeper story here, one tied to Catherine Austin Fitts' idea that GMOs may have been in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the method conceived by the Anglosphere oligarchy to transition the US dollar's reserve status from oil and energy to food supplies that were subject to patent law and royalty.  With the pushback on GMOs, first from India and then growing to include significant European nations - France, Poland, Germany, and now Italy - this plan had to be abandoned. The opposition has become too strong and will only continue to grow.

So again, I suspect, this is yet another little data point to add to that list of indicators that a retrenchment is possibly under way.

See you on the - oh, one more thing. You probably missed this one on Faux news, SeeNoNews, SeeBS, and so on, so RT (as usual) is reporting it:

Another win for Monsanto: US raises allowable levels of company’s pesticide in crops

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. LSM on August 14, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    Hi Daphne,

    “I like to shop in Aldi because they do not have GMO food. They are a German company”-

    Daphne, there is no proof whatsoever that ALDI does not sell GMO products even in Germany- “Made in Germany” or “sold in Germany” doesn’t mean diddly-squat anymore, sadly- even “German quality” has become a deception-

    the Aldi brothers are supposed to be (according to statistics if we can believe them) 2 of the richest men in Germany- so how did they aquire their wealth?- by being benevolent to humanity?- hardly-

    I could go on and on but enough for now-

    stay well- regards-


  2. Robert Barricklow on August 13, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    Speaking of GMOs
    I happened on Jim Fetzer’s Real Deal and came across a new book on GMOs by William Kroft called Operation Synapse.
    Just now listening.
    (The GMOs starts in the second hour)
    It is about the GMOs as a bioweapon.
    It concerns cutting edge technology developed by DOW about:
    Activation through ubiversal energy technology.
    I’am at 1:10:00

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 13, 2013 at 6:14 pm

      Thanks for the heads up Robert. I’ve had many people email me privately and suggest a similar scenario…

      • Robert Barricklow on August 14, 2013 at 8:34 am

        My pleasure.

        The interesting part of the interview came when Kroft said that the “prions” had been instituted as a hoax, in certain scenarios, for “insurance” purpose. After the “Britannic” episode, this rang somewhat “true”/possible.

  3. Robert Barricklow on August 13, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    I read an article about a judicial body for the Eurozone nixing Italy’s attempted ban on GMOs at blacklisyed news. Went back to get title & it’s gone. While looking there I picked up:
    Should You Be Able To Buy Food Directly From Farmers? The Government Doesn’t Think So. (from Waking Times -About the killing off of small farmers across the US) &
    Spain Privatizes the Sun: Issues Heavy Penalities for Collecting Sunlight (from Disinfo)

  4. Reno on August 13, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    Say all the hype,money,work of GMO labelling campaigns are succesfull. Activists will be gloating on TV. Now the American public is “free” to choose between a frozen pot pie with 200 chemicals and no GMO ingredients or a frozen pot pie with 200 chemicals and GMO ingredients. WHAT HAVE WE WON HERE?

  5. Reno on August 13, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    Ok Some of us know GMO’s are bad. Many Americans do not know what a GMO is. But what gets me amid all the GMO hoopla is what about all the other crap in food—pesticides,MSG, food additives, artificial flavorings & colorings, yogurts with as much sugar as coke, ultra-high sodium & saturated fat levels, chemicals,etc. Nobody seems to care about this stuff especially if they can go to costco and buy a discounted bag or have a 10Cents off coupon. Here in northern WA people love safeway cause it’s cheap & they can stock up on their frozen pot-pies.etc. This other stuff hasn’t filterd through theit blood brain barrier,

  6. basta on August 13, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    In my book, GMOs go hand-in-hand with chemtrails as the most visible and pervasive elements of the “Great Cull” that the psychopathic elites have been orchestrating for all us “useless eaters” (Thanks Henry–but now you’ve also become pretty useless now yourself–isn’t is about time you were shoved off into the Great Beyond? Or are you being kept alive [along with the queen and David Rockefailure] by massive organ and blood replacement therapies?).

    Thankfully, at least on the food front there is push-back. How people continue to accept that skies of silver-soup nanoparticles is normal is so far beyond me that I’d like to shake the idiots I pass in the street from their iPhone induced psychosis–but only metaphorically…

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 13, 2013 at 8:39 am

    Got to admit the GMO was a devilish clever plot. Defininately ore sly, than there…
    blame it on the “OPEC” Bossanova
    Change over from the yellow-brick-gold road,
    to the slick road of black gold.

  8. marcos toledo on August 13, 2013 at 8:23 am

    Agribusiness knows no shame profits their bottom line if it makes money dame the consequences. These expensive dangerous products and create health problems a god send for big Phrama get them sick then sell them a over price and dangerous drugs to prolog their suffering and take more money from their bank accounts. Kill two birds with one stone perfect business plan.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 13, 2013 at 8:34 am

      That’s right marcos toledo profit – is their god, and the way the GDP is calculated, the more sick Americans that there are, the more healthy the bottom line of the national GDP is.
      The elites wishing sickness be upon the people
      for more elitist healthy times.

  9. justawhoaman on August 13, 2013 at 6:32 am

    Interesting as always. Thank you, Dr. Farrell.

    A few years ago the drug called Premarin, a hormone therapy for women with severe menstrual cycles, was produced by gathering the urine of pregnant mares (PMU- pregnant mare urine). Mares in foal were tied standing in stalls with apparatus attached to gather the urine. When the US female population found out the details, there was an enormous push to stop production, women refused to use the drug, and Pfizer was forced to find a synthetic replacement. What this did, however, was put thousands of horses out of work, bankrupted the ranches that gathered the urine, and put an enormous number of horses into the slaughter houses or for sale cheap. (I personally rescued a number of them.)

    My point is that the American public CAN make a difference, of course it helps to have countries back you up, however, don’t be surprised if there are consequences. These dang GMO’s (pollen) are so pervasive into the middle of our country that I am not sure if they would ever be completely eradicated. The penalties that non-GMO crop seed producers and farmers have endured is proof enough.

    • DaphneO on August 13, 2013 at 3:15 pm

      A growing number of countries have banned GMOs or at least are doing their own long term testing on them. Even South Australia has banned it – I don’t know how, because Australia’s government is as ready to bring them into the country as is America’s.

      So perhaps rather than other countries backing us up, we may need to look at our leaders backing other countries?

      I have said this before, but I like to shop in Aldi because they do not have GMO food. They are a German company. I like fresh grown food too, and grow and obtain in where I can. So we in the west are often doing our best, but it is a fight against the system here.

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