Ms. M.W. sent this article and I include it in this week's blogs, reviews, and speculations because I found in it a small measure of hope. The story concerns GMOs, and The Ukraine:

Ukraine Parliament Committee Supports Stronger GM Crops Moratorium

What surprised me here is, of course, the history and relationships that emerged prior to and during the Maidan crisis and the US-sponsored overthrow of the legitimate government of The Ukraine and its replacement by the Proshenko crowd. Many people, however, may not recall that in the run-up to the crisis, various American "agribusiness" giants, like Mon(ster)santo, acquired ports rights on the Black Sea, and viewed The Ukraine - the traditional breadbasket of Europe - as a ripe new market to infuse with GMOs. From one point of view, the Ukrainian government could be viewed as the puppet and creature of the US State Department, of Darth Soros and his various NGOs(Non-Governmental Organizations), and the GMO giants.

Meanwhile, as we also know, across the border, Russia has all but banned GMOs completely in that country, and has become an agricultural exporter. I have called this "GMO geopolitics," as various nations realize the value of the growing opposition to GMOs in various countries, and position themselves to meet and address that market need.

Well, The Ukraine now appears to be set to play some GMO politics of its own:

Despite massive pressure from U.S. multinational Monsanto and the Ukrainian Grain Association, Ukraine’s Parliamentary Committee on Agrarian Policy and Land Relations supported a new moratorium Monday on genetically modified (GM) crops until 2023.

Earlier in 2016, the Petro Poroshenko Bloc “Solidarity” MP, Mikola Lyushnyak entered a Bill to the Ukrainian Parliament to continue and strengthen the current moratorium on GM crops in the country.

“Why is the prohibition of GMOs so acutely on the agenda in society? Because so far there is no definitive scientific evidence proving the necessity of growing GM crops and also no evidence about the safety of GMOs or their usefulness to human health,” Lyushnyak stated.

“In Ukraine, which occupies a leading position in the agricultural sector, there is a good chance to become a GMO-free country… in the near future,” Lyushnyak concluded.

The Ukrainian Parliament will vote on the moratorium on a date which is yet to be announced. The strong Bill would ban the growing of genetically modified crops as well as production, processing, circulation, transit and import of GMOs capable of reproduction or transmission of hereditary factors.

And note, The Ukraine's measure, according to the article, is being phrased precisely in terms of the global market, vs "pressures from (where else) Washington":

Ukraine’s non-GMO corn varieties have also made it China’s No. 1 source, helping to turn the former Soviet breadbasket into a global player. The fear is that the growing GMO contamination levels will now endanger this new and growing market. (Emphasis added)

Note also that the argument of Mr. Lyushnyak, sponsor of the bill, is arguing that there is no evidence "proving the necessity of growing GM crops," a new addition to the usual basket of arguments against GMOs, which tend to focus attention on the safety, rather than the necessity of growing them. The "necessity" argument was advanced usually in conjunction with "increased productivity" arguments and "feeding the hungry," and thus Mr. Lyushnyak's wording here is intriguing, for it suggests that perhaps he has followed recent Western studies, including some from American universities, which demonstrate falling per acre yields of GMOs over time, as compared to normal seeds, while costs actually rise over the long term. One important study that suggested these trends was recently done by the University of Iowa.

There's something else going on here, however, and I hope you noticed it: Mr. Lyushnyak's argument is very similar to language used in the debates on GMOs in neighboring Russia, and very similar to the language of the Russian agricultural ministry and its various spokesmen in their non-GMO policies.

And this brings me to some very high octane speculation: there is, of course, no love lost between The Ukraine and Russia for a variety of reasons: the forced collectivization of the kulaks under the Soviets, and the resulting famines and genocides being one.  But it is interesting to watch market forces driving both nations to take similar stances vis-a-vis the GMO issue, and that might, with time, become a basis on which to rebuild bridges. After all, I cannot imagine that Ukrainians right now are thinking that US corporate dominance, or being puppets for Washington, has worked out any better than being puppets for Moscow, and agriculture is that nation's chief strength. Time will tell of course, but it is an intriguing convergence...

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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. Questions on November 9, 2016 at 9:13 am

    You make reference to Holodomor. Do you have evidence of this beyond the writings of the singular Hearst newspaper reporter. I traveled in Ukraine met and talked to older people who lived through that time (this was over a decade ago – less of these people alive now) and no one seems to remember it or even know about it. You would think the people in Ukraine, especially those that lived then would have some memory but it seems to only be in Western Society that the Holodomor exists. A lot of people certainly were sent off to gulag, I’m not denying that, but the Holodomor seems fairly thin in evidence.

  2. DanaThomas on November 8, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Tidbit: Bayer-Monsanto CEOs with leering grin in propaganda video on how they are the best thing that humanity ever saw:

  3. goshawks on November 7, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    I can’t help but feel that the absorption of Monsanto by Bayer may include Ukrainian strategies. Bayer, of course, hearkens back to I.G. Farben and – shall we say – questionable roots. That nationality and ‘culture’ might be more acceptable to the current Ukrainian leaders than having American Monsanto knocking down their door and bringing in their lawyers to bully and bribe. Especially, if the current Ukrainian leaders intend to someday reunite all of The Ukraine…

    • goshawks on November 7, 2016 at 9:50 pm

      An interesting scenario: What if Bayer/Monsanto succeeded in forcing-through GMO planting in The Ukraine? Pollen travels. What would happen if Russia said that there would be no Ukrainian GMO-planting within X-hundred miles of the Russian border?

  4. Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    Reminds me of H.R. 23261, the Hippo Bill introduced around 19 due to the meat shortage in America and they were going to import hippos to fill the gap. Interesting story. The Washington Post of the day reported that if we’d learned to swallow raw oysters and suck the meat out of crabs, why couldn’t we also embrace/that plump and pulchritudinous beast which has a smile like an old-fashioned fireplace?
    Well, to cut to the chase, the industrialization of meat and farming stepped center-stage shoving that happy-hippo bill off the table.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 5:44 pm


  5. Phil the Thrill on November 7, 2016 at 12:20 pm

    Here’s what I’d like to see….Erik Prince and Vladimir Putin, both stripped to the waist, inside an octagon. While I have no doubt Putin would make short work of Prince using hand-to-hand, I’m also willing to bet Putin could force him to submit through sheer force of will, no contact. And Prince would thank him for it.

    • Tommi H on November 7, 2016 at 3:19 pm

      From Wikileaks…
      Email Body
      Raw Email

      La nuova “Legione Straniera” , con
      forti aspirazioni in tutti i paesi nel Golfo Persico.


      Secret Desert Force Set Up by
      Blackwater’s Founder

      Adam Ferguson/VII Network
      Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater, has a
      new project.

      By MARK
      B. HAGER
      Published: May 14, 2011
      ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Late one night last November, a
      plane carrying dozens of Colombian men touched down in this
      glittering seaside capital. Whisked through customs by an Emirati
      intelligence officer, the group boarded an unmarked bus and drove
      roughly 20 miles to a windswept military complex in the desert

      Doug Mills/The New York Times
      Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed
      al-Nahyan of Abu Dhabi hired Erik Prince to build a fighting

      The army is based in Abu Dhabi, the capital
      of the United Arab Emirates, but will serve all the

      The Colombians had entered the United Arab Emirates posing as
      construction workers. In fact, they were soldiers for a secret
      American-led mercenary army being built by Erik Prince, the
      billionaire founder of Blackwater
      Worldwide, with $529 million from the oil-soaked

      Mr. Prince, who resettled here last year after his security
      business faced mounting legal problems in the United States,
      was hired by the crown prince of Abu Dhabi to put together an
      800-member battalion of foreign troops for the U.A.E.,
      according to former employees on the project, American
      officials and corporate documents obtained by The New York

      The force is intended to conduct special operations missions
      inside and outside the country, defend oil pipelines and
      skyscrapers from terrorist attacks and put down internal
      revolts, the documents show. Such troops could be deployed if
      the Emirates faced unrest in their crowded labor camps or were
      challenged by pro-democracy protests like those sweeping the
      Arab world this year.

      The U.A.E.’s rulers, viewing their own military as inadequate,
      also hope that the troops could blunt the regional aggression
      of Iran, the country’s biggest foe, the former employees said.
      The training camp, located on a sprawling Emirati base called
      Zayed Military City, is hidden behind concrete walls laced
      with barbed wire. Photographs show rows of identical yellow
      temporary buildings, used for barracks and mess halls, and a
      motor pool, which houses Humvees and fuel trucks. The
      Colombians, along with South African and other foreign troops,
      are trained by retired American soldiers and veterans of the
      German and British special operations units and the French
      Foreign Legion, according to the former employees and American

      In outsourcing critical parts of their defense to mercenaries
      — the soldiers of choice for medieval kings, Italian
      Renaissance dukes and African dictators — the Emiratis have
      begun a new era in the boom in wartime contracting that began
      after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. And by relying on a force
      largely created by Americans, they have introduced a volatile
      element in an already combustible region where the United
      States is widely viewed with suspicion.

      The United Arab Emirates — an autocracy with the sheen of a
      progressive, modern state — are closely allied with the United
      States, and American officials indicated that the battalion
      program had some support in Washington.

      “The gulf countries, and the U.A.E. in particular, don’t have
      a lot of military experience. It would make sense if they
      looked outside their borders for help,” said one Obama
      administration official who knew of the operation. “They might
      want to show that they are not to be messed with.”

      Still, it is not clear whether the project has the United
      States’ official blessing. Legal experts and government
      officials said some of those involved with the battalion might
      be breaking federal laws that prohibit American citizens from
      training foreign troops if they did not secure a license from
      the State Department.

      Mark C. Toner, a spokesman for the department, would not
      confirm whether Mr. Prince’s company had obtained such a
      license, but he said the department was investigating to see
      if the training effort was in violation of American laws. Mr.
      Toner pointed out that Blackwater (which renamed itself Xe
      Services ) paid $42 million in fines last year for training
      foreign troops in Jordan and other countries over the years.

      The U.A.E.’s ambassador to Washington, Yousef al-Otaiba,
      declined to comment for this article. A spokesman for Mr.
      Prince also did not comment.

      For Mr. Prince, the foreign battalion is a bold attempt at
      reinvention. He is hoping to build an empire in the desert,
      far from the trial lawyers, Congressional investigators and
      Justice Department officials he is convinced worked in league
      to portray Blackwater as reckless. He sold the company last
      year, but in April, a federal appeals court reopened the case
      against four Blackwater guards accused of killing 17 Iraqi
      civilians in Baghdad in 2007.

      To help fulfill his ambitions, Mr. Prince’s new company,
      Reflex Responses, obtained another multimillion-dollar
      contract to protect a string of planned nuclear power plants
      and to provide cybersecurity. He hopes to earn billions more,
      the former employees said, by assembling additional battalions
      of Latin American troops for the Emiratis and opening a giant
      complex where his company can train troops for other

      Knowing that his ventures are magnets for controversy, Mr.
      Prince has masked his involvement with the mercenary
      battalion. His name is not included on contracts and most
      other corporate documents, and company insiders have at times
      tried to hide his identity by referring to him by the code
      name “Kingfish.” But three former employees, speaking on the
      condition of anonymity because of confidentiality agreements,
      and two people involved in security contracting described Mr.
      Prince’s central role.

      The former employees said that in recruiting the Colombians
      and others from halfway around the world, Mr. Prince’s
      subordinates were following his strict rule: hire no Muslims.

      Muslim soldiers, Mr. Prince warned, could not be counted on to
      kill fellow Muslims.

      A Lucrative Deal

      Last spring, as waiters in the lobby of the Park Arjaan by
      Rotana Hotel passed by carrying cups of Turkish coffee, a
      small team of Blackwater and American military veterans
      huddled over plans for the foreign battalion. Armed with a
      black suitcase stuffed with several hundred thousand dollars’
      worth of dirhams, the local currency, they began paying the
      first bills.

      The company, often called R2, was licensed last March with 51
      percent local ownership, a typical arrangement in the
      Emirates. It received about $21 million in start-up capital
      from the U.A.E., the former employees said.

      Mr. Prince made the deal with Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed
      al-Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi and the de facto
      ruler of the United Arab Emirates. The two men had known each
      other for several years, and it was the prince’s idea to build
      a foreign commando force for his country.

      Savvy and pro-Western, the prince was educated at the
      Sandhurst military academy in Britain and formed close ties
      with American military officials. He is also one of the
      region’s staunchest hawks on Iran and is skeptical that his
      giant neighbor across the Strait of Hormuz will give up its
      nuclear program.

      “He sees the logic of war dominating the region, and this
      thinking explains his near-obsessive efforts to build up his
      armed forces,” said a November 2009 cable from the American
      Embassy in Abu Dhabi that was obtained by the anti-secrecy
      group WikiLeaks.

      For Mr. Prince, a 41-year-old former member of the Navy Seals,
      the battalion was an opportunity to turn vision into reality.
      At Blackwater, which had collected billions of dollars in
      security contracts from the United States government, he had
      hoped to build an army for hire that could be deployed to
      crisis zones in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. He even had
      proposed that the Central Intelligence Agency use his company
      for special operations missions around the globe, but to no
      avail. In Abu Dhabi, which he praised in an Emirati newspaper
      interview last year for its “pro-business” climate, he got
      another chance.

      Mr. Prince’s exploits, both real and rumored, are the subject
      of fevered discussions in the private security world. He has
      worked with the Emirati government on various ventures in the
      past year, including an operation using South African
      mercenaries to train Somalis to fight pirates. There was talk,
      too, that he was hatching a scheme last year to cap the
      Icelandic volcano then spewing ash across Northern Europe.

      The team in the hotel lobby was led by Ricky Chambers, known
      as C. T., a former agent with the Federal Bureau of
      Investigation who had worked for Mr. Prince for years; most
      recently, he had run a program training Afghan troops for a
      Blackwater subsidiary called Paravant.

      He was among the half-dozen or so Americans who would serve as
      top managers of the project, receiving nearly $300,000 in
      annual compensation. Mr. Chambers and Mr. Prince soon began
      quietly luring American contractors from Afghanistan, Iraq and
      other danger spots with pay packages that topped out at more
      than $200,000 a year, according to a budget document. Many of
      those who signed on as trainers — which eventually included
      more than 40 veteran American, European and South African
      commandos — did not know of Mr. Prince’s involvement, the
      former employees said.

      Mr. Chambers did not respond to requests for comment.

      He and Mr. Prince also began looking for soldiers. They lined
      up Thor Global Enterprises, a company on the Caribbean island
      of Tortola specializing in “placing foreign servicemen in
      private security positions overseas,” according to a contract
      signed last May. The recruits would be paid about $150 a day.

      Within months, large tracts of desert were bulldozed and
      barracks constructed. The Emirates were to provide weapons and
      equipment for the mercenary force, supplying everything from
      M-16 rifles to mortars, Leatherman knives to Land Rovers. They
      agreed to buy parachutes, motorcycles, rucksacks — and 24,000
      pairs of socks.

      To keep a low profile, Mr. Prince rarely visited the camp or a
      cluster of luxury villas near the Abu Dhabi airport, where R2
      executives and Emirati military officers fine-tune the
      training schedules and arrange weapons deliveries for the
      battalion, former employees said. He would show up, they said,
      in an office suite at the DAS Tower — a skyscraper just steps
      from Abu Dhabi’s Corniche beach, where sunbathers lounge as
      cigarette boats and water scooters whiz by. Staff members
      there manage a number of companies that the former employees
      say are carrying out secret work for the Emirati government.

      Emirati law prohibits disclosure of incorporation records for
      businesses, which typically list company officers, but it does
      require them to post company names on offices and storefronts.
      Over the past year, the sign outside the suite has changed at
      least twice — it now says Assurance Management Consulting.

      While the documents — including contracts, budget sheets and
      blueprints — obtained by The Times do not mention Mr. Prince,
      the former employees said he negotiated the U.A.E. deal.
      Corporate documents describe the battalion’s possible tasks:
      intelligence gathering, urban combat, the securing of nuclear
      and radioactive materials, humanitarian missions and special
      operations “to destroy enemy personnel and equipment.”

      One document describes “crowd-control operations” where the
      crowd “is not armed with firearms but does pose a risk using
      improvised weapons (clubs and stones).”

      People involved in the project and American officials said
      that the Emiratis were interested in deploying the battalion
      to respond to terrorist attacks and put down uprisings inside
      the country’s sprawling labor camps, which house the
      Pakistanis, Filipinos and other foreigners who make up the
      bulk of the country’s work force. The foreign military force
      was planned months before the so-called Arab Spring revolts
      that many experts believe are unlikely to spread to the U.A.E.
      Iran was a particular concern.

      An Eye on Iran

      Although there was no expectation that the mercenary troops
      would be used for a stealth attack on Iran, Emirati officials
      talked of using them for a possible maritime and air assault
      to reclaim a chain of islands, mostly uninhabited, in the
      Persian Gulf that are the subject of a dispute between Iran
      and the U.A.E., the former employees said. Iran has sent
      military forces to at least one of the islands, Abu Musa, and
      Emirati officials have long been eager to retake the islands
      and tap their potential oil reserves.

      The Emirates have a small military that includes army, air
      force and naval units as well as a small special operations
      contingent, which served in Afghanistan, but over all, their
      forces are considered inexperienced.

      In recent years, the Emirati government has showered American
      defense companies with billions of dollars to help strengthen
      the country’s security. A company run by Richard A. Clarke, a
      former counterterrorism adviser during the Clinton and Bush
      administrations, has won several lucrative contracts to advise
      the U.A.E. on how to protect its infrastructure.

      Some security consultants believe that Mr. Prince’s efforts to
      bolster the Emirates’ defenses against an Iranian threat might
      yield some benefits for the American government, which shares
      the U.A.E.’s concern about creeping Iranian influence in the

      “As much as Erik Prince is a pariah in the United States, he
      may be just what the doctor ordered in the U.A.E.,” said an
      American security consultant with knowledge of R2’s work.

      The contract includes a one-paragraph legal and ethics policy
      noting that R2 should institute accountability and
      disciplinary procedures. “The overall goal,” the contract
      states, “is to ensure that the team members supporting this
      effort continuously cast the program in a professional and
      moral light that will hold up to a level of media scrutiny.”

      But former employees said that R2’s leaders never directly
      grappled with some fundamental questions about the operation.
      International laws governing private armies and mercenaries
      are murky, but would the Americans overseeing the training of
      a foreign army on foreign soil be breaking United States law?

      Susan Kovarovics, an international trade lawyer who advises
      companies about export controls, said that because Reflex
      Responses was an Emirati company it might not need State
      Department authorization for its activities.

      But she said that any Americans working on the project might
      run legal risks if they did not get government approval to
      participate in training the foreign troops.

      Basic operational issues, too, were not addressed, the former
      employees said. What were the battalion’s rules of engagement?
      What if civilians were killed during an operation? And could a
      Latin American commando force deployed in the Middle East
      really be kept a secret?

      Imported Soldiers

      The first waves of mercenaries began arriving last summer.
      Among them was a 13-year veteran of Colombia’s National Police
      force named Calixto Rincón, 42, who joined the operation with
      hopes of providing for his family and seeing a new part of the

      “We were practically an army for the Emirates,” Mr. Rincón,
      now back in Bogotá, Colombia, said in an interview. “They
      wanted people who had a lot of experience in countries with
      conflicts, like Colombia.”

      Mr. Rincón’s visa carried a special stamp from the U.A.E.
      military intelligence branch, which is overseeing the entire
      project, that allowed him to move through customs and immigration without being

      He soon found himself in the midst of the camp’s daily
      routines, which mirrored those of American military training.
      “We would get up at 5 a.m. and we would start physical
      exercises,” Mr. Rincón said. His assignment included manual
      labor at the expanding complex, he said. Other former
      employees said the troops — outfitted in Emirati military
      uniforms — were split into companies to work on basic infantry
      maneuvers, learn navigation skills and practice sniper

      R2 spends roughly $9 million per month maintaining the
      battalion, which includes expenditures for employee salaries,
      ammunition and wages for dozens of domestic workers who cook
      meals, wash clothes and clean the camp, a former employee
      said. Mr. Rincón said that he and his companions never wanted
      for anything, and that their American leaders even arranged to
      have a chef travel from Colombia to make traditional soups.

      But the secrecy of the project has sometimes created a
      prisonlike environment. “We didn’t have permission to even
      look through the door,” Mr. Rincón said. “We were only allowed
      outside for our morning jog, and all we could see was sand

      The Emirates wanted the troops to be ready to deploy just
      weeks after stepping off the plane, but it quickly became
      clear that the Colombians’ military skills fell far below
      expectations. “Some of these kids couldn’t hit the broad side
      of a barn,” said a former employee. Other recruits admitted to
      never having fired a weapon.

      Rethinking Roles

      As a result, the veteran American and foreign commandos
      training the battalion have had to rethink their roles. They
      had planned to act only as “advisers” during missions —
      meaning they would not fire weapons — but over time, they
      realized that they would have to fight side by side with their
      troops, former officials said.

      Making matters worse, the recruitment pipeline began drying
      up. Former employees said that Thor struggled to sign up, and
      keep, enough men on the ground. Mr. Rincón developed a hernia
      and was forced to return to Colombia, while others were
      dismissed from the program for drug use or poor conduct.

      And R2’s own corporate leadership has also been in flux. Mr.
      Chambers, who helped develop the project, left after several
      months. A handful of other top executives, some of them former
      Blackwater employees, have been hired, then fired within

      To bolster the force, R2 recruited a platoon of South African
      mercenaries, including some veterans of Executive Outcomes, a
      South African company notorious for staging coup attempts or
      suppressing rebellions against African strongmen in the 1990s.
      The platoon was to function as a quick-reaction force,
      American officials and former employees said, and began
      training for a practice mission: a terrorist attack on the
      Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, the world’s tallest
      building. They would secure the situation before quietly
      handing over control to Emirati troops.

      But by last November, the battalion was officially behind
      schedule. The original goal was for the 800-man force to be
      ready by March 31; recently, former employees said, the
      battalion’s size was reduced to about 580 men.

      Emirati military officials had promised that if this first
      battalion was a success, they would pay for an entire brigade
      of several thousand men. The new contracts would be worth
      billions, and would help with Mr. Prince’s next big project: a
      desert training complex for foreign troops patterned after
      Blackwater’s compound in Moyock, N.C. But before moving ahead,
      U.A.E. military officials have insisted that the battalion
      prove itself in a “real world mission.”

      That has yet to happen. So far, the Latin American troops have
      been taken off the base only to shop and for occasional

      On a recent spring night though, after months stationed in the
      desert, they boarded an unmarked bus and were driven to hotels
      in central Dubai, a former employee said. There, some R2
      executives had arranged for them to spend the evening with

      Mark Mazzetti reported from Abu Dhabi and Washington, and
      Emily B. Hager from New York. Jenny Carolina González and
      Simon Romero contributed reporting from Bogotá, Colombia.
      Kitty Bennett contributed research from Washington.

      A version of this article
      appeared in print on May 15, 2011, on page A1 of the New
      York edition with the headline: Secret Desert Force Set
      Up By Blackwater’s Founder.

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      • Tommi H on November 7, 2016 at 3:23 pm

        Just saw it earlier today as searching other W-leaks stuff.. I tought it might be interesting for you.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 8, 2016 at 11:30 am

        The Blackwaters’ of today
        PMCs[private military contractors]

        Back To The Future/Feudalism.
        These mercenaries were the military…
        in the days of feudalism.

  6. Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    GMOs, the grey-goo of the food markets.
    No continent wants them; at least, any sane continent.
    Market forces, i.e., Wall Streets control over said free markets, are fixed. Like today’s headlines as markets soar over Hillary’s FBI email investigation clears her. What rubbish.
    Adam Smith’s markets are not free market forces in this world of today where unearned income is a discouraging word on the plains of economic academia.
    The Silk Road will not be contaminated with GMO’s.
    Take that to the bank.
    Oops, nothing is safe in the banks of today.

  7. marcos toledo on November 7, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Lets all have a little sympathy for the devil he-she will be these villains warden for eternity in HELL. These scum have no conscience greed-power blinds them to the consequences of their actions. They seem obsessed with destroying the biosphere of the Americas one way or the other. Ukraine seems to still have some sense of self preservation and freedom of choice to move against these murdering monsters. And yes the CSA deserve the nickname The Great Satan they’ve earn that title by their deeds.

  8. Roger on November 7, 2016 at 10:59 am

    Once Hillary the anti-Christ gets installed as world dictator GMO’s will be the least of our problems.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 12:26 pm

      Check this out Roger
      The real crime of Hillary Clinton’s emails

      • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 12:40 pm

        Or this

        Voting For Hillary Supports Pure Evil

        • Roger on November 7, 2016 at 4:10 pm

          I have a feeling this election will be as rigged as the stock market and by the same riggers. I was joking about Hillary being the anti-Christ, but many of the biggest alternative media outlets are claiming that. I see no future in GMOs unless authoritarian dictators become the world norm. The globalists did too much bragging over the years about what they planned to do to the majority of humanity. Although most thought the end game was too criminal to be real at first; now they are witnessing the fruits of the role out of the beginning stages a few years back. As all the poisoning, societal division, and tyranny intensifies I suspect more and more people worldwide will start to freak. Then it will be survival of the fittest and the power structure will lose all control and likely their very existence.

          • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 5:51 pm

            The fight against them will become the ultimate affirmation of life itself.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    • Don B on November 7, 2016 at 12:27 pm

      ….. and her bunk buddy obama will lead the united nations or be appointed to the supreme court . What a country. db

    • Neru on November 7, 2016 at 2:05 pm

      Isn’t “the Christ” thing not strictly a “men” thing?

      • WalkingDead on November 7, 2016 at 6:44 pm

        Not entirely, there’s that W_ore of Baby lon thingy. Whether it’s an individual or an institution remains to be seen.

  9. WalkingDead on November 7, 2016 at 10:00 am

    There appears to be good reason the Muslims call Amerika “the great Satan”. Its leadership has become a mindless “beast” and the “Scarlet woman” is waiting in the wings demanding her crown. She will ride it into oblivion.
    On a more cheerful note, it’s good to see the Ukraine fending off this pending destruction of their rich land, for that is exactly what it is.

    • Kahlypso on November 8, 2016 at 5:43 am

      What do they call Obama’s car? The Beast.
      Why Satan? Because it means ‘The Adversary’ there is nothing diabolic in the word, it comes from Zoarantism, it got diabolised because of the Good vs Evil part of their religion. Just another bastard (its the word.. its not my fault it got hijacked into being an insult..) offspring of religion getting badly interpreted by backward thinking mysgonistic insane (I hear god talking to me in my head… Does that mean that Religion is the continuation of the ‘Imaginary Friend’) men who think.. This is what I think God meant to say.
      I respect people’s choice for their religion and the reasons that they choose to believe. Its exactly the same thing as believing in Aliens. Ther’s no proof, but I’m sure that they exist..

  10. Vomito Blanco on November 7, 2016 at 9:39 am

    I think the Ukrainians better beware of a little Monsanto scorched Earth retaliation. They still have a few operational nuclear reactors that would be very vulnerable to a computer hack like a stuxnet attack. They certainly haven’t forgotten Chernobyl (but how many Ukrainians suspect this disaster was triggered by a hack using Promis software? I don’t think even Dr. Farrell has treaded there yet. But I bet Putin and the KGB know). Growing Monsanto GMO grain in the Ukraine may be a good thing, but the Ukraine growing no grain at all may even be better in the eyes of the Monsanto malevolent board of directors.

    • Vomito Blanco on November 7, 2016 at 10:15 am

      Now that Monsanto has bought Blackwater, I wonder how long before the Clinton Global Initiative builds their own private army as well? Obviously they already have their unofficial private army called El Qaida/ISIS but when will the Clintons go legit? I know Hillary must be green with envy at that thought of IG Farben/Monsanto having an army of their very own to enforce their commercial interests. Yes, I know most likely after tomorrow Hillary will have the entire surviving US military at her disposal, but unless she can decree that they sign loyalty oaths specifically to her, there will always be the potential for obstruction when carrying out her whims. I think what Hillary would really crave is a private army that she can call her very own. One that could police DC and keep her safe and also carry out operations against political insubordinates.

      Surely the specter of a special forces coup must be swirling in her addled brain as Erik Prince joins the insurrection against her. Therefore, Hillary’s best bet is to hire every mercenary and special forces soldier immediately at a pay no other government or corporate interest can match. Crucial would be a large contingent of foreign soldiers who would have no loyalty to the American people. Wisely she has already brought many of these foreign soldiers into the country on the taxpayers dime under the guise of Middle Eastern war refugees. Payment for her mercenary army could come in the form of large swaths of land in the red states where her shock troops could rule as Barons and Lords upon retirement. Of course, they would not be beholden to restrictive American laws forbidding such practices as slavery, murder and polygamy. Any vacillating American special forces mercenaries could easily be persuaded to join after a trip on the Lolita express and the peril of blackmail after.

      • Kahlypso on November 8, 2016 at 2:25 am

        Erik Prince will be a frequent flyer on the Lolita as well. No way he got that powerful without having some kiddyrape pikturs to keep him in his place.
        That’s probably how they shot Coney back down as well.
        Being a politicien in high power nowadays is like getting into the Mafia. For the Mafia you need to kill someone to prove you’re not a cop, for the politicans you probably need to kill someone and rape a child and get photo’d whilst doing it to ensure that that person can be controlled afterwards.
        Who knows.. Maybe that’s how they got Bernie to back out of the race as well.

  11. Kahlypso on November 7, 2016 at 7:15 am

  12. Kahlypso on November 7, 2016 at 6:03 am

    they need to control the food in order to control the people.
    Lessons sent down from the dawn of time.. You control the rationing, you control the masses. The control the plant. you control the food. You can kill the plant with a terminator gene you ensure that no one can feed themselves wWITHOUT buying your product..

    No wonder Russia banished these evil mmmmmmmmmm mouff.. from their lands.. May all the leaders of the free world grow a pair of testimonials and banish this GMO rubbish.

  13. Kahlypso on November 7, 2016 at 5:58 am

    “and the resulting famines and genocides being one” I’d say that its two.. But I’m splitting hairs.

    Nothing like a good old fashioned genocide to creat a fluffy feeling of vengeance and deep rooted hatred.. Ask the Armeniens.. The Tutsi’s.. The Jews… The Russians..The Aztecs.. The Native Americans..

    I’m still choking and spitting over the Monsanto thing.. these people are EVIL. Their Head director is called EVIL, I am suffering from an uncontrollable, unsurmountable hatred for this company and its completely irrational for me. I dont normally have feelings, but these guys need to burn.. slowly… starting from the toes and working towards the top.
    And Im being nice and gentle here..

    • WalkingDead on November 7, 2016 at 9:51 am

      Don’t be shy Kahlypso, tell us how you really feel.

    • Vomito Blanco on November 7, 2016 at 10:33 am

      I know the feeling Kahlypso. I keep praying for a pedophile pogrom. I also suspect that there may be some powerful entrainment technology at work getting us all riled up.

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