Back here on Earth, things are getting intriguing. Last Thursday in my News and Views from the Nefarium I spoke about my idea of GMO geopolitics, and how it now has become clear that this is the game Russia is playing; it is deliberately using its ban on GMOs to export normal foods to a world increasingly skeptical of GMOs and various Western governments' pronouncements about their safety, pronouncements which increasingly sound hollow given a growing body of literature linking glyphosphates to increased cancer, and other potentially GMO related problems such as falling yields. Which brings us to today's high octane speculation in relation to the following article shared by Mr. B.:

Russia's Flourishing Agriculture Overtakes Its Word Class Arms Industry in Exports

Now, before I get to today's high octane speculation regarding all this GMO geopolitics, first let's set the record straight. Russia meddles in Western affairs all the time. It has had the unmitigated gall to meddle in Western culture with the contributions of scallywags like Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Chekov, Solzhenitsyn, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev and Shostakovich.  Shame on them! For a while it was even trying to re-export its imported revolutionary Marxism with such people as Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin. It got tired of that troika and its descendants, and now seems to have successfully re-exported that contagion back into the West where it appears to be alive and well in places like Nuttyfornia. And as everyone knows, it is second only to Israel in meddling in other people's elections.

But one thing it is not meddling in is the world's food supply. In fact, it refuses to do so and has passed laws in the State Duma to that effect. For meddling with the food supply, one has to turn to the West and to its corporate agribusiness giants like I.G. Farbensanto, Duponzanto, Mon(ster)santo, and so on.

Now what's very interesting about this article is that Russian agriculture seems to be flourishing, and that without the presence within it of what once used to be called the "Breadbasket of Europe" the Ukraine, part of the Russian Empire prior to World War One, and part of the Soviet empire until its collapse. So in other words, the Soviet Union, with the Ukraine, still had to import grain from the West, and now, without it, they don't. There's a lesson there somewhere, and I'm not sure what it is, but it's there nonetheless.

Which brings me around once again to the subject of "GMO geopolitics." It has seemed clear to me (and others) for some time that the whole GMO mania was not about "feeding the world's poor" at all. It was about corporatizing and gaining control of the world's food supply. I recall Henry Kissinger having a few things to say about that back when he was working for President Waterga... er... Nixon. Say what you will about Richard Milhaus, at least he didn't start a foundation and sell uranium to the Russians.

I find it interesting that in a climate of meddling accusations that no one is bringing up the West's meddling in the Ukraine, with the disastrous results it  has produced for that country. And GMOs might be at the very heart of it:

What They’re Not Telling You About Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

And in case you missed it:

In fact, a bit of political maneuvering by the IMF gave the Ukraine a $17 billion loan – but only if they would open up to biotech farming and the selling of Monsanto’s poison crops and chemicals – destroying a farmland that is one of the most pristine in all of Europe. Farm equipment dealer, Deere, along with seed producers Dupont and Monsanto, will have a heyday.

In the guise of ‘aid,’ a claim has been made on Ukraine’s (sic. et passim) vast agricultural riches. It is the world’s third largest exporter of corn and fifth largest exporter of wheat. Ukraine has deep, rich, black soil that can grow almost anything, and its ability to produce high volumes of GM grain is what made biotech come rushing to take it over.

And that, of course, leads me to wonder if the whole sanctions regime against Russia has, at its core, the whole GMO issue. After all, that means Russian agricultural goods cannot be imported, things like, oh, natural heirloom seeds and healthy grains and so on. That would, after all, represent a severe threat to the "market" that is all but dominated by the likes of I.G. Farbensanto in the west.

That would be meddling with the already-meddled-with food supply.

But think about it. There are already certain studies indicating declining yields per investment dollar in GMO fields as opposed to non-GMO fields. The end result seems predictable: either the cost will go so high that farmers will return to heirloom seeds as a matter of financial responsibility, or their lands will simply become so leached with chemicals and pesticides that they're no longer productive. Either way, it leaves Russia in the driver's seat.

The bottom line: the West needs to rethink - and soon - its entire GMO domestic policy, for it could quickly become national security matters.

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. Robert Barricklow on March 9, 2018 at 12:12 pm

    The Chemtrails are part & parcel to the GMO program.
    Both are designed to kill u softly.
    How’s that for soft power?

  2. OrigensChild on March 8, 2018 at 5:42 pm

    I just completed a survey from the US Census bureau given randomly to people in our neighborhood. I’ve called my Congressman but have not yet received a response. They wanted far more than simply a head count. They wanted demographic data on each family member, financial data related to home ownership, utility costs, mortgages and expenses, the number of automobiles, educational statistics broken down by family member, etc. I cannot help but wonder if this is related to Agenda 21 planning by corporate US to enforce new legislations related to housing. After all, they’ve conquered the medical care industry via ACA. When I saw this story , I started to wonder whether we shall soon see similar questions on dietary habits, food purchases, medical conditions and a request for DNA data too. I mean, after all, it’s all census data collected by the Federal government to assist with public planning and financing of schools, roads and infrastructure. What can be the harm in that. Right? No. I am not buying it.

  3. marcos toledo on March 8, 2018 at 4:24 pm

    The Western Europeans seem to have to put it theological terms sold the souls if they have any to begin with to Satan. Murder on an industrial scale is all that gives their existence any meaning.

  4. goshawks on March 8, 2018 at 4:17 pm

    Control of the world food supply is great, but I suspect a deeper motive: Soft Kill. Just look at one inscription on the (iIlluminati) Georgia Guide Stones: “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”

    Now that the tech revolution is well underway, there is a ‘surplus’ (“redundancy” – hate that word) of humanity. As part of the End Game, the serfs need to be culled to just-enough numbers to keep the nobles in the style they have been accustomed-to. GMO ‘soft kill’ is just one weapon in that arsenal…

    And yes, Russia may turn out to be the great ‘hope’ of humanity in the ‘clean seed’ department…

  5. Jon on March 8, 2018 at 2:35 pm

    With so many of the world’s heirloom seed vaults now compromised or under the control of people likes Gates and Monstersanto, Russia may be humanity’s only hope for a supply of clean food seeds, after the planet is ravaged by GMO garbage.

    It amazes me that supposedly educated people can think that GMOs are a good idea. I guess that far more “scientists” are blisteringly stupid than even I imagine.

    Of course, it could be that they are poisoning the general population on purpose – have to cull the herd, and all that.

    Interestingly, I have heard that Cayce predicted that Russia would end up saving humanity. Could this be the reason?

    Joseph, I know you don’t have time for watching videos, but Daniel has a great series over on Dark Journalist about Nixon’s hidden time capsule letter, where he spills the beans about the ET presence and gives some formulas shared by an ET, which will radically alter the course of human history. Turns out he wanted to be the “disclosure President.” Watergate may have been the result of his wanting to release too much too soon. Interesting if true.

  6. Wayne D on March 8, 2018 at 10:37 am

    Don’t forget declining sperm counts in Western Nations. I suspect the reason is in the food chain. “Scientists” are puzzled and don’t know why.

    • SoCal G on March 8, 2018 at 9:00 pm

      Funny you should mention that Wayne as in an odd bit of synchronicity I happened to run into this old article from 2001. I suspect this corn has been used for at least a decade:

      Scientists have created the ultimate GM crop: contraceptive corn. Waiving fields of maize may one day save the world from overpopulation.

      The pregnancy prevention plants are the handiwork of the San Diego biotechnology company Epicyte, where researchers have discovered a rare class of human antibodies that attack sperm.

      By isolating the genes that regulate the manufacture of these antibodies, and by putting them in corn plants, the company has created tiny horticultural factories that make contraceptives.

      ‘We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies,’ said Epicyte president Mitch Hein.

      ‘We have also created corn plants that make antibodies against the herpes virus, so we should be able to make a plant-based jelly that not only prevents pregnancy but also blocks the spread of sexual disease.’

      Contraceptive corn is based on research on the rare condition, immune infertility, in which a woman makes antibodies that attack sperm.

  7. Doug Bowersox on March 8, 2018 at 9:59 am

    To date, there is no commerical GMO wheat. Farmer from Pa.

    • S Klein on March 9, 2018 at 9:19 am

      This is perfectly true Doug. However, Dr. Norman Borgland and his team of USDA wheat breeders in Mexico bred wheat varieties with grasses in Mexico that humans have never eaten before. The new short wheat(about 2 feet tall) is more prolific and productive which is a marvel for industrial agriculture. The problem is the new variety of wheat has many “new” proteins humans are not able to assimilate. It’s not just gluten that is a problem. Add on gut permeability caused by glyphosate and you have a perfect storm of autoimmune diseases. Beware unintended consequences.
      Dr. Borgland received many awards for his work…

      Norman Ernest Borlaug (March 25, 1914 – September 12, 2009)[3] was an American agronomist and humanitarian who led initiatives worldwide that contributed to the extensive increases in agricultural production termed the Green Revolution. Borlaug was awarded multiple honors for his work, including the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal.

  8. Yiannis Katospiti on March 8, 2018 at 9:44 am

    David Stockman, one of Raygun’s best and brightest economic advisors calls it like it is : looking out his NYC office window , he points out to Manhatten and NYC. He then points out that the amount of square miles that make NYC have greater GDP than entire Russia. Yes, the Topological Metaphor indeed. Who’s son was photographed outside THE book depository? Whose daddy was arrested for funding uncle Adolph? Whose scientists taught the USSA scientists how to play paddy cake? What were the cults or groups the heads of our science, technology , governments, army, and business , churches members of? The Girl Scouts? Who creates needle point quilting circles to show their crafts? Which group uses magic and illusions with studios like look- out mountain? Probably some off planet group of Nordic looking actors from Nordic Actors Guild. Scratch that, it probably is named The Nordic Crisis Actors Democratic Guild. Not the one currently run by ex uss senator. It all makes sense. He is busy giving golden globes to a handsome lad named Harvey.
    Glyphosate is harmless , come on it desiccates after contact with soil. The franken food made with GMOs micro wave up real fast once you get it out of wrappings. Im feeling so god d a m fortunate that there isn’t an entire month of fashion week , I do not think I could stomach the glyphosated, gmo ‘d, bull pucky sandwiches while commenting on the ornate beautiful clothes of our emperors. So glad, it is getting more and more difficult to do. I keep pounding Ambien , but can not sleep. WIDE-EYED! So, so, difficult. Just can’t sleep. Ah , the regenerative qualities of sleep. Some have it in spades.

  9. Margaret on March 8, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Putin said a few years ago Russia would be the largest producer of organic food in the world. He also was giving away land in eastern Russia to develop farmland. I think it was 7-k, anyone could get these lands as long as it was used for organic farming. That’s a lot of land.

  10. anakephalaiosis on March 8, 2018 at 7:26 am

    Mesopotamian doctrine of topological metaphor suggests a triad, that defines trias politica. Within circumscribed space there is a quad, that defines fourfold principle of annuity.

    Dividing the four corners of the world, leads to an octad, and that is the sun clock of agrarians. This is basically the rotating Hakenkreuz of the Grail Runes. A timekeeper in ordered cosmos.

    Agriculture is seed banking. Seed vault is source of abundance, the plentiful blessing of perseverance. This is Mesopotamian world view, deified in Yahweh – the tetragrammaton acronym of annuity.

  11. DanaThomas on March 8, 2018 at 6:44 am

    Very, very interesting news. To nourish instead of destroying.

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