January 7, 2024 | Zero-GMO.com | Image source | Amish farmer, Amos Miller had his farm raided and his food placed under detention on January 4th, by orders of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Secretary.
Miller has been harassed by the state for years because of his strict organic farming methods that do not allow for the use of chemicals and pesticides. He sells natural products through a private membership club and offers premium quality food that his customers have come to expect.
August 15, 2023 | GMO Free USA — Toxin Free USA | Zero-GMO.com | “Bioengineered” is the USDA’s term for GMOs. Shoppers in Washington, D.C., Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, Colorado, Texas, Virginia, and Washington have discovered GMO sweet corn in the produce section at Whole Foods.
According to GMO Free USA’s call to action, “The GMO sweet corn is genetically engineered (GE) to produce up to three insecticides. The GE insecticides are in every cell of the corn and cannot be washed off. Additionally, the corn is genetically engineered to tolerate glyphosate or glufosinate-based herbicides, or both.”
Health and environmentally conscious consumers are encouraged to add their voices to the campaign telling Whole Foods to stop selling GMO sweet corn and not sell any in the future.
Voice opposition to genetically modified microorganisms to protect ecosystems and our food supply. GM microbes may promote environmental damage, disease, or collapse ecosystems, threatening our food supply. Institute for Responsible Technology has provided an action page to submit comments HERE.
In his recent article, “Eat Your Vaccines!… I Mean Vegetables! … Said Bill Gates,” Tom Renz has illuminated the grave threat to our health and food supply by edible “vaccines.” Big Pharma does not want people to know that their edible vax could be in the food. These GMO-vaxx “frankenfood” products could alter human genetics, contaminate the food supply, and harm wildlife.
Lobbyists from Big Pharma are working hard to prevent disclosure of their GMO-Vaxx products in the food supply by trying to stop legislation in Missouri that would require informed consent.
Spending time in nature and growing a garden can cultivate not only wholesome and delicious food for you and your family, but also can boost physical and emotional well-being.
In these turbulent times, growing food is something that everyone can do whether you have a yard or a balcony. There are ways to grow food inside as well, if you don’t have an outdoor option. As we navigate challenging world events, there is no time like the present to learn how to start growing your own food and if that is not possible then start supporting your local farmers.
March 7, 2023 | Zero-GMO.com | STOP Human Genetic Modification
Opposition is growing to the attempt to legalize Human Genetic Modification (HGM).
According to a white paper by The Alliance for Humane Biotechnology, “International scientific organizations are making significant strides towards approving the creation of genetically modified humans (GM Humans) or “designer babies,” i.e., embryos whose genomes are genetically altered in laboratories before being implanted in their birth mothers resulting in a birth, nine months later, to a genetically modified infant. These are developments about which all sectors of society should be made aware and given the opportunity to challenge.” LINK
The advertising around bug-eating is getting louder, but the truth is that bugs are loaded with parasites and are not healthy for human beings to eat. Turns out that bugs may contain pathogens, toxins, and be genetically modified. In the article below, Celeste Solum examines the many ways that bugs have been weaponized by the military. -JD
By now you have heard the message loud and clear that we are all to trade in our delicious diets for a subsistence diet of bugs, grasshoppers, worms, and beetles. You know the food supply is shrinking by design. Many of you may be thinking eating bugs is better than starving, but is it?
The reports that I research and hear, and I am listening very closely, never give you some key facts about this new insect diet:
These bugs will not come to you from nature, by mandate of the UN.
You will not be free to roam around the countryside choosing which bugs to include in your diet.
The bugs that will be provided to you are weaponized. More on this fact later in this article.
The bug products will be 3D printed using energy, water, and air with microbes only for flavoring. You are skeptical? Look up DARPA’s Cornucopia Program which enables deployable, on-demand production of appetizing, microbial-origin food starting from water, air, and electricity with minimal to no supplementation. The program eliminates the logistical burden of food transportation, humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief operations.
The bug products will be sold either by the molecule or 1/1000 of a calorie.
They will contain a plethora of gene-editing platforms, pathogens, toxins, and therapeutics (drugs).
For instance, compare this US Army and Public Health Command Chart (2010) with the new experiments going on at National Agro and Bio BSL4 Bioweapon Lab located at Manhattan, Kansas:
Entomological warfare is a type of biological warfare that uses insects to:
Interrupt supply lines by damaging crops,
Directly harm “enemy combatants,”
Harm civilian populations.
Many countries, including the United States, have used and will escalate entomological warfare in the days to come. How do I know this? The new NBAF in Manhattan, Kansas has an Insectary to advance weaponization of insects.
A great deal of money has been spent on marketing by globalists to try and convince people to eat bugs. It turns out however, that bug-eating may not be as healthy as advertised.
According to a 2019 study titled, A parasitological evaluation of edible insects and their role in the transmission of parasitic diseases to humans and animals,”edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of human and animal parasites” that are “potentially pathogenic for humans.” -JD
INSECTS LOADED WITH PARASITES! WHY EATING INSECTS IS BAD NEWS IN 2022
It seems every day we’re being bombarded with more and more “thinkpieces” about how we should – and will – be eating lots of insects in the future, instead of traditional sources of protein – which would alarm bodybuildingaficionados more than any other group!
Bugs are already making a splash as they have begun to make their way into processed foods, sweets – and chatter of bug-basedbug-based supplements becoming the future.
In Canada, for instance, the Canadian government is funding the construction of the world’s largest cricket farm, for human consumption.
But the unpleasant truth, beyond the fact that eating insects is hardly appetizing for most people in the West, is that insects are also loaded with potentially harmful parasites, according to scientists.
The study in question, “A parasitological evaluation of edible insects and their role in the transmission of parasitic diseases to humans and animals,” reveals some very nasty potential problems with bug consumption:
The experimental material comprised samples of live insects (imagines) from 300 household farms and pet stores, including 75 mealworm farms, 75 house cricket farms, 75 Madagascar hissing cockroach farms and 75 migrating locust farms. Parasites were detected in 244 (81.33%) out of 300 (100%) examined insect farms. In 206 (68.67%) of the cases, the identified parasites were pathogenic for insects only; in 106 (35.33%) cases, parasites were potentially parasitic for animals; and in 91 (30.33%) cases, parasites were potentially pathogenic for humans. Edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of human and animal parasites.
Our research indicates the important role of these insects in the epidemiology of parasites pathogenic to vertebrates. Conducted parasitological examination suggests that edible insects may be the most important parasite vector for domestic insectivorous animals. According to our studies the future research should focus on the need for constant monitoring of studied insect farms for pathogens, thus increasing food and feed safety.
There is also significant uncertainty about whether chitin, a substance that is an essential part of the exoskeleton of many insects, is edible and whether consumption could be implicated in the a variety of harmful conditions, from auto-immune responses to cancer.
Gene editing is cheap, easy, prone to side effects, poorly regulated and can permanently alter nature’s gene pool-a recipe for disaster.
Exposing The Fraud
According to the world’s most prestigious journals, gene editing creates damage to the genome. Nature describes it as “Chromosomal Mayhem”. So how does the biotech industry get away with claiming the opposite?
We are witnessing a well-funded disinformation campaign, reminiscent of the tactics used by Monsanto for decades. They feed scripted talking points and ghostwritten materials to a coordinated chorus of promoters, front groups, paid scientists, captured regulatory agencies, and biotech friendly media. Government sanctioned pro-GMO committees are often comprised of industry-approved members with clear conflicts of interest. On the other hand, highly credentialed, independent experts are not invited to share their evidence of potential harm from gene editing.