Just when you thought it was no longer safe to trust the Congress not to pass the Mon(ster)santo Poisonous Food Pandering Protection Act, and no longer safe to eat anything The Powers That Be tell you is perfectly safe, things take yet another turn for the worse, as this article, shared by Mr. M.N., reveals:

New Monsanto Spray Kills Bugs by Messing With Their Genes

Now, this all sounds well and good, because the new pesticide is supposed to target specific insects and their specific genes; no need to worry about your vanishing honeybees (how many of those have you seen lately? I ask, because the other day I went outside, and saw my first bee in years). But I digress, for yes, the latest miracle from I.G. Farbensanto targets only the "bad" insects:

The novel sprays in question are powered by a genetic technology called RNA interference, which promises to kill specific insects and weeds by silencing genes crucial to their survival, while leaving nontarget species unscathed.

RNAi, as it's known, is an emerging science; the two US researchers who discovered it brought home a Nobel Prize in 2006. Regalado describes the process like this:

The cells of plants and animals carry their instructions in the form of DNA. To make a protein, the sequence of genetic letters in each gene gets copied into matching strands of RNA, which then float out of the nucleus to guide the protein-making machinery of the cell. RNA interference, or gene silencing, is a way to destroy specific RNA messages so that a particular protein is not made.

If you can nix RNA messages that exist to generate crucial genes, you've got yourself an effective bug or weed killer. And GMO seed and pesticide behemoth Monsanto thinks it has just that. Robb Fraley, the company's chief technology officer and a pioneer in creating GM seeds, told Regalado that within a few years, RNA sprays would "open up a whole new way to use biotechnology" that "doesn't have the same stigma, the same intensive regulatory studies and cost that we would normally associate with GMOs." Fraley described the novel technology as "incredible" and "breathtaking."

And then, we have the "there's no need to worry the digestive process kills anything before it gets into your system" argument:

The panel concluded there's "no convincing evidence" that RNAi material poses a threat to humans or other animals—the digestive process likely destroys it before it can do harm. But for nontarget insects in the field, they concluded, it's a different story. The technology's boosters claim the technology can target particular pests and leave everything else in the ecosystem alone.

IN other words, there's no danger that the RNA interference technology will "jump species" into animals or humans consuming the products sprayed with Mon(ster)santo's latest concoction.

We've heard this before, and it led my co-author of Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, Dr Scott deHart and I to posit the idea that horizontal gene transfer might occur even through the digestive system. We were, predictably, laughed at for even raising the possibility. After all, we all know that eating beef or pork doesn't turn us into cows and pigs, right?

But the danger is real, if not more subtle:

GMO Jumping Genes

Or this:

Confirmed: DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Can Be Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them

Complete Genes May Pass from Food to Human Blood

There is of course a skeptical literature countering all this, such as here:

5.1—DNA fragments in the gut are plentiful, but cause no problems

But as we argued in Transhumanism, such claim and counter-claim in the literature only highlight what the problem all along was, and is: when dealing with just such horizontal transposons, it is surely the height of arrogance to assume we know all the mechanisms of such transfer, or that life - even genetically engineered life - will not create such mechanisms, and hence very long-term intergenerational studies are necessary before such products should be allowed into the open market. Many papers continue to be produced assuring us (and everyone else) that such risks are minimal. But a careful consideration of what even some scientific papers are suggesting should make it clear that there are risks, and accordingly, such technologies should be viewed and tested with all due diligence.

But don't expect I.G. Farbensanto or its bought-and-paid-for scientismists and government lackeys to do it, for I suspect we are dealing - as Dr. deHart and I argued in Transhumanism - with an agenda that isn't just about profits. It's about creating Frankenfoods for the alchemical reengineering of mankind itself. It is comforting that at least Russia and some other countries increasingly indicate that they don't want their populations to be the lab rats in I.G. Farbensanto's projects.

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. moxie on August 26, 2015 at 12:27 pm

    So there’s the alchemical reengineering of us by the monsters, at the same time that there’s cosmic reengineering. Go figure..

  2. Guygrr on August 25, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Ha maybe “normal” healthy people don’t have to worry about RNA targeting pesticides passing through the lining of their guts, however there are very few healthy people left in this country.

  3. Yogi Greg on August 25, 2015 at 7:34 am

    I was listening to an interview with Dr. Miller who made a very significant point: Monsatan is a “Weapons Company.” When this is recognized, it puts ALL THEIR PRODUCTS, and INTENT< INTO THE PROPER PERSPECTIVE–…And then when you consider who owns and controls it, "IT ALL MAKES COMPLETE SENSE." DO you think that the latest countries to include Russia and China and Scotland and Germany to ban GMOs and Glyphosate is just about food quality…GMO nanos are "bio-time bombs<' as is glyphosate—also, robotic "honey-bee drones" with the pollinating and flying neuro-programming "now 'mapped-over' into them" (think HoneyBee AI,) and then consider these little critters could work 24×7 in the underground bases greenhouses…Hey, who needs the Bees, or butterflies, RIGHT?

  4. Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2015 at 7:27 pm

    Monsanto the is poster child of science gone from an asset to society to a tyrant behind the cover of corporate freedom; gone from the brotherhood of man to the Orwellian Big Brother who treads upon our trust & goodwill for profit & control.

  5. bdw000 on August 24, 2015 at 4:49 pm

    “. . . and leave everything else in the ecosystem alone.”

    The ONLY way that claim could be made HONESTLY is if they have actually sequenced the DNA/RNA of “everything else in the ecosystem.”

    So, have they done that? If not, then statements like the above are simply flat out lies.

  6. LSM on August 24, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Agenda 21 is unfolding before our very eyes and no-one wants to see it in its entire perspective- it is FOR REAL-

    instead we post/comment upon different increments of this absolutely hideous agenda thinking we are just so friggin’ smart because we’re able to intellectually piecemeal a few cells of this monstrous hydra but few are able to see the complete picture;

    I think it was Henry David Thoreau who stated (I’m grossly paraphrasing) “for all the many who are striking at the branches of evil only one is striking the root”-

    we constantly discuss branches but not the root of the problem- please be well all and with due respect to all-

    Larry in Germany

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    Of course, one could jump, like transposons, right to the category: human race; and ponder, A Most-Wanted Pesky-Pesty Target-Race list?

    But that’s a bit too racy, isn’t it?

  8. loisg on August 24, 2015 at 10:06 am

    Just a few years ago we had all this junk DNA in our genetic makeup, but now, wouldn’t you know it, it’s not junk anymore, it actually has a purpose. Either these guys don’t know what they are messing with, which is frightening, or they do know exactly what they’re doing, which is terrifying.
    Grow as much of your own food as is possible for your situation, use heirloom seeds, and learn how to keep them for your next year’s food production. I know that it’s next to impossible to grow all your food, but everything helps.

  9. marcos toledo on August 24, 2015 at 9:39 am

    Robert these monsters wet dream is Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the anime Kill La Kill, Who Goes There. If you want a insight into the thoughts of our ruling class may I recommend the anime streaming now on the Cartoon Network via Toonami Akame Ga Kill.

  10. Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2015 at 8:40 am

    “They’re not only crashing the stock markets around the globe; they’re crashing the eco systems as well. These technological wonders used to boost fragile systems are abject failures; and if the truth be told, purposed “by-design” failures. In other words, resounding successes!

    Insanity Rules!

  11. WalkingDead on August 24, 2015 at 7:48 am

    Computer code is complicated enough that only a minority of people go into the programming field; and it has only a small fraction of the variables that DNA has. To presume that we actually understand that code and the consequences of changing any of the variables will actually do is ludicrous. This is playing God with a kindergarten education.
    Tampering with the human genome has occurred before in high antiquity and resulted in the destruction of almost the entire human species, if the Bible is to be believed. This is one of those end time prophesies contained in Revelation which is being fulfilled before our very eyes.

  12. justawhoaman on August 24, 2015 at 6:56 am

    Of course, it does depend on where you live as to whether there are bees or not. We have rosemary plants that become covered in bees because about a half mile away, my neighbor has 3 new colonies because he has purchased those bees to produce honey for him. We used to get a few wild bees in our older live oaks, and I did jump into the car (I am deathly allergic to bee stings) when a hive flew over our barn this summer, presumably moving to a new location. Having said that, I know apiarists in the midwest who have lost their hives that they have cultivated for decades, ones that carefully monitor and feed in winter if the hive food runs low. Clearly, kitona, you live near an apiarist who is successful… or in an area, like mine, that is rural without agricultural grains/bean crops that are intensively produced (utilizing pesticides and herbicides throughout the season).

    The fact that science no longer exists to protect us, whether it be biological or medical research, is beyond reproach. These lazy pseudoscientists at the university and research level need to be the second ones we hang on a tree, right after the Monstersanto corporate executives. The worst is that they have convinced a whole line of responsible farmers that they have completely tested their Monstersanto products, that everything is safe. The rest of the country is either on the cell phone or working their butts off to feed their families these poisons without questioning whether the USDA gives an excrement about them.

    Frankly, this is about the worst news you have published yet.

    • Don B on August 24, 2015 at 8:10 am

      Yes, the bees in southern Illinois are also diminishing and the raw honey just doesn’t have the same taste as it had a few years ago. Me? Maybe but others say the same thing. I loved the citrus raw honey in Florida when I lived there but have not had any in about 13 years and the cost has gone up via mail.

      Side note. There’s a good interview with Joseph on C2C am on 8/22. Its on youtube if you search it. I can’t believe C2C actually took time away from ETs, UFOs, bigfoots and other mass distractions to have a thoughtful researcher on the program. But it does occur occasionally. db

  13. kitona on August 24, 2015 at 5:50 am

    I see bees all the time. In fact, I’m practically under attack by them as I usually get 5-6 of them per night trying to get into my house. I think that they are attracted to the artificial lighting and then the knock themselves out by repeatedly flying into the windows. They eventually collapse and their corpses liter my porch.

    I’m probably unusual, but if there is a bee problem here then it is too many bees.

    • Sandygirl on August 25, 2015 at 1:07 pm

      New study by NC Univ.- silver-ion infused lignin nanoparticles coated with a charged polymer layer that helps them adhere to the target microbes, effectively kill a broad swath of bacteria like E. coli. After the nanoparticles wipe out the bacteria, they become depleted of silver. There is concern about the environmental impact due to the used metal particles released into the environment. Researcher Alexander Richter, says that the particles could be the basis for reduced risk pesticide products.
      I wonder if he’s related to Ronald Richter. Why are they so concerned about the pesticides?

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