If you've been following the whoel GMO-glyphosphate issue, you'll be readily aware that the whole scientific method and process has been corrupted by the GMO corporations - a global network of big agribusiness mercantilists that we not-so-lovingly refer to on this website as "I.G. Farbensanto", or Mon(ster)santo, or DuPontzanto, Syncrudda, and a variety of other accurate names to denote both the quality of their products, and the caliber of their morals and business ethics. To be blunt, and as most readers of this and other websites that are devoted to the subject of GMOs, the corporate-sponsored "science" proving the safety of their own products (big surprise, huh?) has been challenged by a number of independent scientists conducting their own studies (most especially in France, where these studies were legally challenged and vindicated).  Well, there may have been another setback for I.G. Farbensanto in, of all places, Brussels, the center of that bureaucratic-technocratic nightmare misnamed the European "Union", according to this article shared by Ms. M.W., and written by F. William Engdahl, one of our favorite researchers and commentators on the subject:

Dramatic Turn in Brussels Glyphosate Battle

First, you'll note the reference to those bothersome French studies that IG Farbensanto tried to kill (indeed, we wonder why it didn't simply assassinate Dr. Seralini, who conducted them):

The true secret of the toxic danger of GMO crops in the animal and human food chain is gradually coming to light. It is becoming clearer that perhaps as much or even more a toxic danger for human and animal consumption of GMO corn, soy products and other GMO varieties, are the chemicals the GMO seeds are by contract agreement necessarily mated with. No farmer anywhere in the world is allowed to buy Monsanto GMO “Roundup Ready” seeds without at the same time signing a binding contract to annually buy and use Monsanto glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer. In fact, the only trait that Monsanto Roundup Ready corn or soybeans are genetically modified for is to resist the toxic killing effect of Roundup while every living biological matter around not “glyphosate resistant” is killed.

Until a recent study by the courageous group of scientists under Professor Giles-Eric Seralini at France’s Caen University, few independent scientific long-term rat studies of Roundup or glyphosate were done. Monsanto and other GMO companies refused to disclose the adjuvant chemicals paired with Roundup or other herbicides claiming “business secrets.”

Since the WHO’s March 2015 IARC determination that glyphosate, alone and in combination with adjuvant toxic chemicals was a probable human carcinogen, the dam of secrecy around glyphosate has burst. To parody the line of then Presidential candidate Bill Clinton in a debate with opponent George H.W. Bush in the 1992 election race, “It’s the glyphosate, stupid!”

The problem now facing the Brussels bureaucrats is that growing opposition, which has now reached proportions that even a dumbed-down European commissioner can understand the implications:

As we described in a previous writing, the EU Commission had recommended approval of another 15-year license for the controversial glyphosate based on the suspicious determination by the EU’s corrupt EFSA that there was no reason to believe glyphosate is a carcinogen. That determination, not backed up by open disclosure of the relevant health and safety studies EFSA claimed to rely on, went totally against the 2015 determination by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) that glyphosate, the weed-killer used in most every GMO plant worldwide and most other crops and even home gardens as well, was a “probable carcinogen.”

EFSA, basing its view on a report by Germany’s Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), which in turn was given it by Monsanto and other agrochemical industry groups, said it is unlikely to pose a cancer risk. IARC used only data that was in the public domain, but the corrupt German BfR based its report on secret industry studies that it refused to release to IARC or to the public.

Currently the Monsanto and other agribusiness industry studies submitted to support regulatory authorizations of pesticides are kept secret under commercial confidentiality agreements with regulators. Now Andriukaitis, clearly feeling the pressure, has said that this needs to change. He stated, “We are ready to assess the legal environment,” as there are certain legal protections on industry data. But, he added, “It’s absolutely crystal clear, we need to change today’s situation. We see different options, but at the moment, yes, the idea is to change the rules, especially keeping in mind the overriding public interest.”

You'll note the typical bureaucratese being spoken here: "change the situation" and "different options" and "change the rules".  These are not the words of an individual enthusiastic about doing the right thing, but of someone, as Mr. Engdahl points out, under pressure from independent scientists and over a million and a half petitioners.

The problem, however, is that the modern "state" in the West is largely just for show; the peoples of the west are largely - and deliberately - disenfranchised from any real political influence by a variety of mechanisms, mostly leading back to large corporations and their mercentilist policies of obtaining special privileges and status from their respective governments. Consider, for example, the implications of the following quotations from Mr. Engdahl's article:

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as enshrined in Regulation 1049/2001 and in the Aarhus Regulation, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

There is an alarming scientific controversy between the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization (IARC) with regard to the carcinogenicity of glyphosate. In March 2015, IARC concluded that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen (category 2A) . However, later that same year, in November 2015, EFSA concluded that glyphosate is “unlikely to pose a carcinogenic hazard to humans and the evidence does not support classification with regard to its carcinogenic potential.”

Proper classification of glyphosate is crucial because it potentially affects public health and entails important regulatory consequences. It is therefore vital to investigate why there are contradictory results in the EFSA and IARC assessments. To date EFSA has explained that its “evaluation considered a large body of evidence, including a number of studies not assessed by the IARC which is one of the reasons for reaching different conclusions” (EFSA news story, 12 November 2015 –…). This means that the EFSA peer review is based on unpublished studies whose findings cannot yet be verified and subjected to independent scrutiny.

You'll notice that besides the reference to the lack of real and genuine independent scientific verification of the safety claims for GMOs and glyphosphate, that the whole quotation refers, not once, to any law or legislation, but to "treatises" and "regulations," and that, is, indeed, the central problem of the modern west, and the GMO issue has highlighted it for all to see: the people have no real voice, and the regulators and bureaucrats, whose presumptive duty is to guard the safety and health of the general public, are doing, and have done, anything but, since the institutions of government they ostensibly fill have been bought and paid for by the corporations they supposedly regulate! The result has been what Mr. Putin has pointed out: western governments are now forcing their populations in some places to get vaccines, for which there is a growing and disturbing body of evidence that some ingredients are linked to autism, while GMOs have ruined the soil, endangered the health of their populations, and while the corporations seek by any and all means to continue to do so.

In short, I contend that the GMO issue has given us a taste of Mr. Global's vision for "the global community" and "global government" by banks, corporations, and technocrats.

And they have utterly and completely failed. One cannot have genuine science, genuine health, and most importantly, genuine government and a civil society without transparency, and freedom to question and challenge, and without an absolute equality of law; there cannot be one set of "rules" for the corporations and the Mr. Rockefailures who want to rule everything, and another set for everyone else.

The experiment of Mr. Global is a failure, and that failure is revelaed by the GMO issue. If there is to be a "global order," then a new vision is required, one in which corporations are not the arbiters of opinion, policy, regulation, and law.

Or to put it "Donald Trump simple": Mr. Rockefailure, you're fired.

See you on the flip side...

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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. HAL838 on April 27, 2016 at 8:50 am

    Monsatan is about the best, descriptive word for these otherwise and one and the same monsters that feed us. They are killing us collectively, while not allowing their own, including employees, to eat their crap. It would seem that a Monsatan cafeteria is the safest place to eat.

    That said, killing one at a time without even ducking the evidence is not over and above them, done in a heartbeat to make that beat the last. And they are purportedly in a panic over a fellow named Donald Trump.

    Another fellow, a longer time player in this drama we are all involved in, like it or not, has been a Russian fellow by the name of Vladimir Putin. Why have not these guys been wiped out by the New World Order, although I am sure it is NOT for lack of trying.

    Having been around for awhile and qualifying for the description of ‘old’ and extremely curious about most things around me in my time, I have another thought in which my own life contributes some evidence, especially in these latter years after earlier years of nipping at the legs of said New World Order. The fact that I had no knowledge of any New World Order in those days seems to make no difference. Why should it? Damage was done and that’s all that matters to both sides.

    So what am I getting at? Just this: I really believe that some, perhaps such as Mr Putin and Mr Trump and others perhaps unknown, carry a strange ‘hedge of protection’ throughout their daily lives that grows according to their own life decisions.

    Just a thought.

    • zendogbreath on April 27, 2016 at 10:33 pm

      interesting thought hal,

      as in other recent blogs by doc, i’m working with the prospect that putin’s real and provides a chance for old geezers like me. i’m willing to entertain the idea. i’m more willing to dig a lot more on it.

      looking at putin and trump as in any way similar is agregious. no i won’t do it. can’t…….touch………kryptonite. seriously. to think trump is protected by anyone or think besides mr global is dangerously blind.

      think it was corbett recently who came up with trumps’ bio as it relates trumps to rockefellers. trumps’ daddy owned a hotel/restaurant next to rockefeller’s oil developments (with rockefellers permit and some of his money) it was one of them funny harsh places with hourly rates and particular (or not so particular) female staff ready and waiting.

      so william rockefeller was openly a snake oil salesman (and less openly a rapist/crook) on the run enough to change his name to levingston and john d started a lucrative whorehouse with trump’s daddy.

      so it’s gonna take a lot to convince me trump is any more or less of a nwo stooge than killary.

      • HAL838 on April 29, 2016 at 9:39 am

        I hear you, but then where does that leave us besides hopeless and helpless(?) Maybe the second coming,(?) but was there really a ‘first,’ in the ‘first’ place? Something shows up in my life that gives me hope.

        “I have fought the good fight.” And you are telling me that it was a wasted life, that change was only affective within the immediate time, but a butterfly would have been more apt to change the future and that I should have been doing was chasing butterflies, literally.

        I can’t buy that, as then having wasted all my resources on a hopeless situation, I am broke on more ways than one. That as opposed to BROKEN. So then, we can do no/thing to help ourselves and all is lost to fickle chance? Nah, I can’t live by that.

        • zendogbreath on April 29, 2016 at 4:24 pm

          yeh i hear ya hal. i’m just not very inclined to believe i know enough nor that mr global who owns most of my access to info is trying to let me know enough. if anything i can rest assured that mr global is trying to make me hopeless and helpless.

          if anything mr global putting out such effort reassures me.

          and please don’t put words in my mouth. mr global wants you to feel it was a wasted life. i know better.

          hey did ya ever see the corny jan michael vincecnt movie tribes? i worked with a retired marine di. he’d seen it. the concept still messed with him. one of the nastiest people i’ve known. the idea of meeting and not being able to work with such intense goodness still makes him wonder. imagine yoda going through bootcamp. makes me wanna be yoda when i grow up.

          or sooner

          and no hopelessness and helplessness and wasted lives are not options. there’s only fear and love and fear is an illusion.

          • HAL838 on May 4, 2016 at 9:11 am

            Are you sure it isn’t the other way around? Fear is physiological and can be induced technologically.

            It may be (real) love that is strictly a human illusion, as that cannot be induced except as a poor imitation hormonal screw-up leading to a perhaps intense attraction that always wears off, no matter how long it takes in time and ruined lives.

            Just another thought.

  2. zendogbreath on April 26, 2016 at 11:28 pm

    We might all be misunderestimating mr global in a not so subtle way. at least it’s not so subtle after the fact. just like bubba w bush was misunderestimated. these are simliar conversations we had when everyone thought w was a joke and a non-candidate when in fact he and turdblossom had already won the selection.

    so yeh as horrifying as fukushima’s radiation is and chernobyl’s was and roundups contamination is and deep water horizon’s probably still is and flint’s water poisoning is,……………..

    after a few years or decades (a short time in the frame of reference employed by mr global and his progeny) most such warfare toxins clean themselves up sufficiently to allow wild life back in. over centuries, the toxins become much less an issue. meanwhile any competing humans for the lands so toxified become non – entities literally.

    so the georgia guide stones come true without any real direct blame going to the few humans with enough control and access to resources to survive such human induced catastrophes

    didn’t anyone get a fractal lesson from katrina and the 9th district?

    what we’re dancing around here are who are the minions and what op are each of them responsible for executing. who cares?

    how and where are we best to survive, let alone with a working knowledge a bit less adulterated than the one we were raised with. do you want your kids growing up as ignorant of tesla et al as we did?

    • Scooter-Fishwick on April 27, 2016 at 11:51 am

      I’ve come to believe that Glyphosate and the Cancer industry are nothing more than the global depopulation campaign in action. Agent Orange in Vietnam was a warm up for this mass poisoning.

      • Robert Barricklow on April 27, 2016 at 1:15 pm

        The latest experiment in death for warriors serving their country are: The Burn Pits by Joseph Hickman, forward by Jesse Ventura.
        A never ending saga in the continuing manufacture of death by corporate experimentation gone-live; just like their mirror-imaged, military-sided War-Games gone-live.

        • zendogbreath on April 27, 2016 at 10:15 pm

          seymour hersch has done similar treatment on cause of gulf syndrome. the burn pits are the more common mundaner part of the poisoning. they blew up ammo dumps of chem and conventional upwind of 200,000+ americans.

          the burn pits are a refinement and extension of the tactic. the control room covers some as well. interesting that the marine captain pr guy for the ussa quit to join aljazeera.

          • Roger on April 27, 2016 at 10:56 pm

            Gulf war syndrome is mostly depleted uranium poisoning. They used it for tracer rounds, armor piercing rounds, put it in bombs and everything. They knew from studies that it would permanently poison the soldiers and poison future generations of Iraqis but the New World Evil now looks at soldiers as a trained threat to their future plans. Using depleted uranium like they did poisoned two enemies at once; the ones they were destroying now and the ones they plan to destroy in the future.

          • goshawks on April 28, 2016 at 2:58 am

            Roger, Gulf War syndrome is more-likely to be either chemically-induced as ZDB relates or blowback from the cocktail of vaccines the troops were given prior to going overseas.

            Depleted uranium means just that. Uranium consists of the isotopes U238 (the vast majority) and U235 (a minuscule amount). Expensive processes separate-out the moderately-radioactive part (U235) from the nearly-inert part (U238). The U235 is taken for reactors or bomb cores. The remaining U238 is not much more dangerous than sand.

            Depleted uranium shells are made from the U238 residue. There may be some biologically-toxic effects – but they are chemical, not radioactive. If you fired lead-tipped shells, you would have similar biologically-toxic effects. So, Gulf War syndrome does not come from depleted uranium.

            In addition, depleted uranium was used in limited areas, usually on Iraqi tanks. Localized. Gulf War syndrome has shown-up all over the area, indicating widespread sources (external or internal).

            Our soldiers were indeed guinea pigs, just not from depleted uranium…

          • goshawks on April 28, 2016 at 2:59 am

            “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Well, that’s three out of four. goshawks – April 28, 2016 at 2:58 am.

          • goshawks on April 28, 2016 at 3:58 pm

            My Comment is now out of moderation, just above this. Enjoy!

      • zendogbreath on April 27, 2016 at 10:19 pm

        ya got a point scooter. ever notice how these slow multi-generational multi-faceted attacks roll along slow enough that deniers gather larger and large crowds of the willfully ignorant?

        meanwhile the attacks grow larger and progressively faster?

        • zendogbreath on April 29, 2016 at 3:42 pm

          scooter, robert and gosh,
          du is uglier than thought. it’s also one of a long list of nasties done by military/ind complex. vaccines are another. so are all the burn pits.

          it’s a long list and splains the vast array of different vectors necessary to splain different symptoms and syndromes.

          du has pooched the family lives of many pilots who sat chopper seats over boxes of du. it’s pooched breathing apparatus of tank salvage crews. it’s driven birth deformities wild in iraq.

          it’s also a small part of all the other weaponized pollution in war zones. hersch detailed some of it. one great example was when hussein’s biggest chem weapons ammo dump was blown up. normally cia coordinates evac of troops downwind BEFORE the destruction. this was not done and about 200,000 ussa troops were directly downwind. the reported symptoms and complaints fell in line with what one expects to see in chem warfare. alot of the symptoms show up later as well.

          same old same old. then we’re left arguing over different parts of the elephant when it’s all one big old pachiderm

  3. goshawks on April 26, 2016 at 9:37 pm

    Ironically, this article gives me hope. Not in the way Joseph articulated, but in a genetic way:

    Most writers have merged GMO seeds (alone) with GMO-seeds-plus-glyphosate in their concern/condemnation. However, these are really two issues.

    One of the main environmental concerns has been the mixing of ‘native’ seeds with GMO seeds, over time. The article points out that GMO seeds have been modified only in their resistance to glyphosate. Other genetics remain the same. So, if the glyphosate is never sprayed, the GMO seeds (only) ‘should’ remain benign (subject to independent testing).

    This gives me hope that – if Monsatan ever falls – vital human foodstuffs are not irrevocably ‘tainted’. Just carrying an unused ‘capability’…

  4. Robert Barricklow on April 26, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    Studies found that even the inert ingredients in Roundup[meaning people are cattle being rounded-up for slaughter?] actually amplified the toxic effect on human cells-even at concentrations much more diluted than those used on farms and lawns![even 1000,000 times more diluted than products sold on shelves[studied by a French team studying multiple concentrations of Round]; the researchers saw cell damage at all concentrations.
    Conclusion reached 9/2012 at the University of Caen studies by Professor Seralini: glyphosate is a chemical which should not be classified as an agricultural herbicide but rather as a toxic chemical warfare agent.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 26, 2016 at 6:28 pm

      In all probability it is exactly that, and exactly what it has been engineered to be. Warfare on the people by the monsters, that in fact, regard 99% of the masses – as cattle, or perhaps, not even as valuable as that commodity.

  5. DownunderET on April 26, 2016 at 4:51 pm


    • Vader_Etro on April 26, 2016 at 5:56 pm

      At least hybrid wares needn’t be taken with a grain assault.

  6. basta on April 26, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    Everyone knew from the get-go that GMOs weren’t safe and were predicting disaster, but what difference is there between them and fluoridation or wifi or chemtrails? They’re all soft-kill via corporate profit. Welcome to the NWO/TPP/Agenda 21 corporations-are-not-only-persons-but-gods nightmare.

    And it’s now finally coming out that “gluten intolerance,” IBS and celiac disease — all essentially chronic inflammations of the lower intestines — may largely be attribuable to round-up/glysophate. Well knock me over with a feather!

    Round-up, which is a wide-spectrum weedkiller and essentially a dessicant, is sprayed on wheat fields in northern latitudes — essentially all of Canada and the upper Midwest — to ensure that the crop can be conviently harvested before the onset of fall rainstorms. So, Round-up is sprayed on the nearly mature wheat, which it kills and “cures,” allowing it to be harvested on schedule within the week. And then is husked and ground into flour, leaving a massive accumulated residue. Yum!

  7. marcos toledo on April 26, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    It’s drumming up business as usual faux epidemic faux cure. First you contaminate then you offer a pseudo cure you keep your victims alive long enough to make you billions off their suffering and death. Torture and murder is their business their only business and joy in living.

  8. loisg on April 26, 2016 at 11:51 am

    I believe the “new world order” IS corporate control, as I think that the breakaway civilization is sitting at the helm of these major corporations and they don’t care about state boundaries of any sort, including Russia and China.

  9. Neru on April 26, 2016 at 10:47 am

    It is more likely that with everything else that is going on in the EU and its parlement “the glyphosate thingie” slipped thru the jammers so even the dumbo’s could read a report not interpretated only be the party chairman.

    The oversite commission must be doing overtime there so the chairmans duty of telling those overpaid dumbo’s when to push the red or green button is in jeopardy.

  10. Yogi Greg on April 26, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Here, Here! Dr Farrell

  11. Churchless Mouse on April 26, 2016 at 7:12 am

    Lest we not forget, former presidential candidate mitt Romney was the individual at Bain capital that presented GMO to Monsatan after it’s defoliant business dried up. It was Mitt, the merchantilist choice for President in 2012, that played a key role in giving us monstersanto, speaking of dull bureaucrats.

    • Pellevoisin on April 26, 2016 at 7:55 am

      Spor on observation. I am spending time looking into the ties between Monsatan and the Mormon Kingdom, Inc.

      I pray with focused intention for Monsatan and the other GMO companies to be destroyed and their assets seized to form a Superfund for the clean up of farmland rendered toxic by RoundUp.

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