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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Could GM alfalfa take down the entire Canadian organic farming industry?

(www.Borganic.org) Organic farmers throughout the Canadian province of Ontario are counting the days until they officially lose their organic certifications as a result of potential commercial plantings of genetically-modified (GM) alfalfa. Like in the U.S., government officials in Canada recently approved plantings of GM alfalfa, even though the crop is wholly unnecessary, and will forever taint the integrity of non-GM and organic varieties of alfalfa, as well as other crops.

As reported by Global Toronto, an upcoming meeting between conventional farmers and seed growers in Canada is set to iron out the details for how GM alfalfa will be implemented into the food supply commercially. And in the process, many organic farmers who rely on clean, non-GM alfalfa are having their valid concerns ignored by both the factory farming industry and government officials who are more interested in satisfying the demands of Monsanto than protecting the integrity of alfalfa.

"The consensus among food scientists is that once it's out there, it inevitably will contaminate the entire seed supply," says Ted Zettel from the Canadian Organic Federation about GM alfalfa. "What that means is that we won't be able to grow the quality of feed for our cattle that we need to grow in order to meet the standard that's been established worldwide for organic food."

As we reported on previously, natural alfalfa already grows quite well without the need for herbicides or pesticides, which makes Monsanto's chemical-resistant GM variety completely pointless. Alfalfa is also a highly volatile plant because it is a perennial, which makes the likelihood of widespread contamination with GM traits from the GM variety much more than just a possibility -- it is an absolute given in the long term.

But rather than protect the organic industry, as well as the integrity of the entire food supply, from irreversible genetic corruption, industry forces are pushing to actually redefine organics to legally include small traces of GMOs. This would mean that "organic" food could legally be defiled with a certain percentage of GM pollution and still be considered organic, an incredible deception that will inevitably lead to drastic repercussions for the world's supply of untainted food.

"So many other countries have banned [GMOs] in their food system. Once our alfalfa is contaminated, there are very few countries in the world that are going to want an export of ours," says Sarah Dobec from the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network's "Stop GM Alfalfa" campaign. Canada currently exports roughly $29 million worth of alfalfa every year, an amount that could eventually plummet to $0, should the nation's alfalfa supply be taken over by mutant GM varieties.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.globaltoronto.com

http://www.cban.ca

http://www.naturalnews.com/GM_alfalfa.html

by: Jonathan Benson
 
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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Family orchard ransacked by hungry mobs

(www.Borganic.org) A Colorado fruit orchard was ransacked by locals recently after its generous owners decided to open up their private peach grove to the public for a free picking. Don and Marilyn Schanaman were horrified to learn that their benevolent efforts to salvage an undersized peach crop resulted in what can only be described as utter savagery by the lowest members of society, who saw fit to harass the family and even damage their property after the peaches had all been picked.

The Schanamans recently took ownership of Rancho Fruita, a fruit and vegetable farm located in Palisade, Colorado, a town just east of Grand Junction. Because their first season's crop of peaches was too small to sell on the market, the Schanamans decided, out of the goodness of their hearts, to open up the orchard to the public, and allow free peach pickings in order to prevent the undersized crop from going to waste.

Barbaric hordes trashed orchard after peaches had all been picked

After a local news outlet ran a story about the free peaches; however, many area residents and others began showing up en masse at the orchard both day and night to pick the fruit, with some people literally pounding on the Schanamans' front door late at night demanding access to the orchard. Within just a few days of the announcement, all the peaches were gone, but that did not stop some people from continuing to both harass the family and destroy their property.

"At first people were pretty respectful, but then there was a huge mass and it began spiraling downhill," said Marilyn to The Sentinel, adding that some people actually turned violent upon learning that all the peaches had already been picked. One person reportedly threw rocks at the Schanamans' house, while others actually drove their vehicles into the orchard, damaging trees and breaking pipes.

Neighbors also targeted by peach mob

Besides damaging the family's personal property and private orchard, many of these same brutes also broke into a nearby neighbor's property to pick fruit from their orchard, which was obviously not part of the free picking. Even after the Schanamans put up signs that the crop had already been picked, and that no trespassing was allowed, some people continued to wreak havoc on the property.

"It cost us a lot to give away free peaches," added Marilyn, noting that the cost of replacing the damaged pipes was more than the family received in donations for the free peaches. "I'm just really disappointed. 90 percent of those who came were great, but that other 10 percent [was] just crazy," she lamented, quipping about how there will be no more peach giveaways at Rancho Fruita in the future.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.gjsentinel.com/news/articles/free-pickers-damage-orchard

http://www.gjsentinel.com

http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/it-cost-us-a-lot-to-give-away-free-peaches/

by: Ethan A. Huff
 
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Friday, October 19, 2012

Cherries help prevent gout, study shows

(www.Borganic.org) For those who suffer from gout - a form of arthritis that is marked by sudden, attacks of painful joint inflammation - there may be a sweet note of relief on your horizon: New research suggests that eating cherries can lower risk of an attack.

Yuqing Zhang, a professor at the Boston University School of Medicine, the lead researcher in the study, says doctors in the past have said some patients have recommended that eating cherries would prevent gout, but that the connection had not been examined much in the past.

But his research might be the most extensive yet; he and his team said their study found that those who ate cherries had a 35 to 75 percent lower chance of having an attack.

"These findings suggest that cherry intake is associated with a lower risk of gout attacks," Zhang and his team wrote in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism.

However, Zhang said despite the results, his research does not prove that cherries by themselves prevent gout attacks, and he added that patients currently taking gout medications should continue to do so.

"They can go out and eat the cherries, but they shouldn't abandon their medical treatment at all," he said.

What causes gout in the first place is a build-up of uric acid crystals in the joints. Your body produces uric acid when it breaks down purines, which are substances that occur naturally in the body but also are found in certain foods - some seafood, anchovies, mushrooms and organ meats.

Methodology

Zhang and his team recruited patients from over the Internet for the study. They took online surveys and provided details about their attacks.

All of the 633 study participants had suffered a gout attack in the past 12 months, had been given a diagnosis of gout by a doctor, lived in the U.S. and were at least 18 years old. In addition, they had to agree to release their medical records to the research team.

Over the next year, patients filled out surveys every time they suffered a gout attack. The questions solicited details about symptoms, drugs used to treat the attacks and certain risk factors, including what they had eaten.

Participants took similar surveys at the beginning of the study, as well as every three months while it was underway. Of the 633 patients, 224 said they had eaten fresh cherries during the year, while 15 said they had consumed cherry extract and 33 said they had both.

Over the course of the year, the research team collected survey information on 1,247 attacks, which is about two per patient.

Good first results but more needs to be done

In general, the research team discovered that eating cherries over a set two-day period was tied to a 35 percent decrease in the risk of having a gout attack during that period, compared to not eating cherries. Those who consumed a cherry extract were linked to a 45 percent reduction in risk, while eating both - cherries and extract - saw a 37 percent lower risk.

"The effect of cherry intake persisted across subgroups by sex, obesity status, purine intake, alcohol use, diuretic use, and use of anti-gout medications," said the study.

Researchers said the biggest drop in risk; however, came when participants ate fresh cherries and took the anti-gout medication allopurinol; together, that combination saw a 75 percent reduction in risk.

The research team said that could be due to a couple of reasons. One may be that vitamin C, which is found in cherries, may be tied to the amount of uric acid in a person's blood, according to Allan Gelber, the co-author of an editorial accompanying the study.

Zhang went on to say that more questions need to be answered so more studies need to be done.

Sources:

http://www.reuters.com

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/art.34677/abstract

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001459/

by: J. D. Heyes
 
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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Manage your blood sugar and diabetes with these four herbs

(www.Borganic.org) Modern medicine may have its place in emergency care, but when it comes to the prevention or management of chronic illness, many conventional treatments are lacking. In the case of diabetes, the battle is loudly proclaimed to be one of blood sugar regulation. "Check your sugar, and take your drugs as prescribed," seems the tired message of most industry doctors to a steadily increasing number of diabetics.

But where modern medicine falls short in its rigid symptoms-only approach, alternative healing can help to bridge the gap. Instead of measuring success by glucose levels in the blood while simultaneously blaming the poor pancreas for what is more likely a whole-body deficiency, holistic applications can help restore the body's ability to heal itself - to maintain homeostasis. Where a healthy person's body converts carbohydrates from food into glucose and also produces insulin to convert that glucose into energy, in diabetics, the body cannot produce enough insulin to make possible that conversion of glucose into energy. As a result, the glucose builds up in the blood and can lead to any number of very serious conditions, like blindness, kidney failure, neuropathy and coma.

From a scientific perspective, what we call "diabetes" actually has less to do with controlling blood sugar and more to do with the body's regulation of the hormones, insulin and leptin, or how well the body makes use of energy. "Diabetes is the end point of deranged sugar and carbohydrate metabolism," according to Dr. Larry Wilson, M.D. (http://drlwilson.com/articles/DIABETES.htm). In fact, the term "diabetes" (irrespective of Type) may be further purported to be a superficial label for a cluster of symptoms not yet fully understood by medical science, whose true origins lie more deeply within than even a microscope can see.

While some approaches are more spiritual than others, in order to facilitate the healing process under circumstances as serious as diabetes, full detoxification and dietary programs are often recommended and can prove most beneficial in helping to rid the body of toxins while also supplying it with deficient minerals and other essential nutrients. But the busy pace of stressful lives can make changing course all at once rather difficult. That's where the following herbs and natural remedies may help, thanks to research demonstrating their natural proclivity for easing the burden of diabetes management.

Gymnema Sylvestre

Known by its Hindi name as the "sugar destroyer," this plant is regarded as one of the most powerful herbs for the regulation of diabetes, Types 1 and 2. Besides reducing cravings for sweets, studies show Gymnema can actually stimulate the body to produce more of its own insulin, by regenerating insulin-making beta cells in the pancreas. Though more extensive studies are pending, the herb has demonstrated no side effects and assumes its sugar-lowering role only in cases of diabetes, at a typical dosage of 200-250 milligrams twice daily.

Ginseng

Chinese medicine has made regular use of Asian ginseng for thousands of years, thanks to its demonstrated ability both to amplify the release of insulin from the pancreas and to elevate the number of insulin receptors present. One study indicated that 200 milligrams of ginseng extract per day over an eight-week period improved mood, blood sugar control, body weight and energy levels in Type 2 diabetics. A separate study on the North American variety indicates the herb significantly prevented oxidative stress and may even help diabetics to protect against kidney disease.

Gingko biloba

Because of its effective increase of blood flow to areas such as the brain, the limbs and the extremities, ginkgo is regarded as an important element in the treatment of vascular insufficiency - especially as it relates to diabetes, where poor circulation can have severe consequences. Clinical studies have shown the herb can prevent diabetic retinopathy in diabetic rats and may, therefore, be similarly effective in humans. For these purposes, a typical dosage of Ginkgo extract is 40-80 milligrams (at a concentration of 24 percent ginkgo flavoglycoside) three times daily.

Nopal leaves

Studies show the profound effects of this Mexican herbal remedy on everything from improved blood sugar and cholesterol levels, to the prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer. Traditionally served with eggs, in salads or as part of a stir-fry dish, the nutritive richness of this otherwise unusual morsel is earning it greater recognition as a "functional food" by health enthusiasts. Just a one cup serving is packed with fiber, pectin, antioxidant vitamins A and C, trace amounts of vitamin K and folate as well as several essential minerals, like calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorous.

Other nutritive solutions for managing diabetes include eating more onions and garlic, whose sulfur-containing allyl propyl disulfide (APDS) helps the body to make better use of insulin (which is also a disulfide) by competing with it for insulin-inactivating sites in the liver. The result is that the body has more free insulin available for use in the glucose-to-energy conversion process, and blood sugar levels decrease.

Carefully supervised food-based magnesium and chromium supplementation may also prove beneficial, as deficiencies of both minerals are common in people with diabetes. Studies suggest that appropriate levels of these minerals may help to improve insulin and overall metabolic function. (http://drlwilson.com/do%20hair%20analysis.htm)

Sources for this article include:

http://www.rd.com
http://www.naturalnews.com/031638_type-2_diabetes_cure.html
http://drlwilson.com/articles/DIABETES.htm
http://www.holistic-online.com/remedies/Diabetes/diabetes_herbs.htm
http://www.wrex.com/story/19747506/are-you-at-risk-for-diabetes
http://www.foodconsumer.org
http://smileherb.com/regimens_detail.php?id=1

by: Angela Doss
 
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

ADD/ADHD: Pharmaceutical vs. homeopathic treatment

(www.Borganic.org) Recent years have shown a significant rise in the diagnoses and treatment of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In fact, from 2003 to 2011, prescriptions for ADHD have shot up from just under 30 million to approximately 55 million. Patients and parents are now faced with a decision: pharmaceutical or alternative treatment?

The ability to focus is the prime starting place in an ADD/ADHD diagnosis. Children that demonstrate a slow or non-existent development of this ability are often identified as having one of these conditions. To differentiate between the two, ADD is typically defined by being "easily distracted," and those who can't sit still are considered to have ADHD.

Prescriptions are the most widespread method of treatment today. The medications for ADD/ADHD are amphetamines meant to stimulate the portion of the brain that affects focus. The most common side effects are a decreased appetite, irritability, nausea, and insomnia, but typically these symptoms are mild. Studies have shown varying success in 70-80 percent of patients.

Some have concerns about the long-term effects of these medications on the nerves, since amphetamines can stimulate nerve cells to the point of exhausting their energy reserves, killing the cells. Several cases have shown that the medications can impair growth, maturity, and development of attention span, which can lead to adults with ADD/ADHD.

On the flip side, homeopathic treatment may pose its own set of benefits and problems. To pursue this holistic method, one must anticipate what is essentially a lifestyle change. It starts with cutting out toxins in the diet. Common toxins found in food are artificial sweeteners, caffeine, sugar (including corn syrup), MSG, and artificial coloring. Unfortunately, a heavy percentage of the edibles in grocery stores and restaurants include one or more of these, so it takes some label reading.

After the initial detox, it is important to maintain a well-balanced diet, preferably one full of natural and organic foods. An established diet then leads to the appropriate supplements to properly increase focus and attention. Common supplements are choline, inositol, cod liver oil, and phosphatidyl serine. These are all natural sedatives.

The important next step is to re-train the brain, especially in children. The supplements need to be worked into the daily routine, and it is beneficial to stick to a bedtime/wake-up schedule. For children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, it is important to encourage activities that require focus and interaction. Opt for reading a book and active games rather than relying on "screen time" (such as video games and TVs) for entertainment.

It all begins with the diagnosis. When not investigated properly, ADD/ADHD has been named as the culprit when the patient was really suffering from such things as bipolar disorder or depression. Once a proper diagnosis is made; however, it is up to you - as the parent or patient - to decide which route to take for successful treatment.

Sources for this article include:

http://online.wsj.com

http://www.sheknows.com

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/8-ways-to-treat-adhd-naturally.html

About the author:
Ben is the editor at Benefits Of Green Tea and an avid green tea drinker. His other blogs also include: Tendig.com
 
By Ben Meredith

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Monday, October 8, 2012

Whole Foods caught in GMO marketing deception, false advertising eat Organic

(www.Borganic.org) A bombshell investigative video just released by Infowars.com has exposed what can only be called false and misleading advertising by Whole Foods. It all began when InfoWars reporters Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton visited Whole Foods last week to try to find out what customers thought about Whole Foods stores selling so many unlabeled genetically modified foods. That fact was recently admitted by Whole Foods in its own blog post.

As you can see in the video, some customers were shocked to discover that Whole Foods sells GMOs in their store. The majority of Whole Foods customers, it turned out, had no idea the company was selling GMO.

While talking with customers on camera, Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton were approached by a Whole Foods executive named Libba Letton. She handles investor relations with Whole Foods, and she's also in charge of food safety. In an on-camera interview, she admitted that Whole Foods stores do sell unlabeled GMOs, but her justification for that was that stores everywhere are selling unlabeled GMOs.

As she stated on camera (see video, below):

"Unless a store is all organic, every store in the country sells unlabeled genetically modified [foods]." - Libba Letton, Whole Foods Market Inc.

On the issue of GMOs, then, Whole Foods is no better than Safeway, or Kroger or even Wal-Mart.

But then Libba said something that will no doubt haunt her and the entire Whole Foods executive team for years to come:

"I don't think that Whole Foods does anything to try and make people think that we don't have food with GMOs in them," she said on camera.

"NOTHING ARTIFICIAL, EVER!"

Libba's statement is, as you'll see below, a blatant deception. Because as the Infowars video shows, Aaron and Melissa located a Whole Foods store in Austin with a giant logo emblazed on the side of the store. As you can see in the photo below, the logo declares: NOTHING ARTIFICIAL, EVER.

By Mike Adams

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Friday, October 5, 2012

GMO-pushing 'No on 37' campaign forced to pull TV ads after caught blatantly lying

(www.Borganic.org)In a bizarre development on the fight for Proposition 37 (the GMO labeling initiative) in California, the "No on 37" campaign, funded by Monsanto and other agribusiness giants, has been forced to pull one of its own television ads.

The ad featured an opinion from an individual identified on screen as "Dr. Henry I. Miller M.D., Stanford University, founding dir. FDA Office of Technology."

But the title was a lie! Just like everything else about GMOs, it's all truly a bunch of lies based on fraud and trickery. As it turns out, Dr. Henry Miller doesn't work for Stanford University at all. He's actually a "research fellow" at the Hoover Institution, which just happens to be physically located on the same plot of land as Stanford University.

And by the way, anyone named a "fellow" of any "institution" is often just a globalist eugenicist of some sort. In the case of Henry Miller, he's predictably a front man for Big Tobacco and has pushed DDT and other toxic substances that threaten life on our planet. (Gee, is anyone surprised?) This guy even said Fukushima radiation might be GOOD for you! (Yeah, eat some GMOs and have a little radiation... what could be wrong with that?)

So according to the "No on 37" people, merely having an office on the Stanford campus is enough to make you a professor there. Since you're physically located on campus, you must be a Stanford professor, right?

It's the same logic with GMOs: They must be safe because we say they are! There's no need to test anything! Just ignore all those deadly pesticides grown right inside the grains, because those won't hurt you at all!

Total violation of Stanford University rules

Not only did the No on 37 campaign blatantly lie about Henry Miller's title, they also blatantly violated Stanford University's rules against taking sides on ballot measures. Stanford also prohibits any filming on its campus.

You see, the No on 37 campaign, just like Monsanto and the biotech industry, doesn't care about any rules. They just run around violating everything -- including Mother Nature -- and they bully their way into the food supply where their products end up being sold by even "natural" grocers such as Whole Foods.

Stacy Malkan, spokesperson for the YES on 37 campaign, responded to all this by saying "The scandal over the Henry Miller ad is proof positive of the lack of credibility and lack of integrity of the No on 37 campaign."

As YES on 37 now explains:

The ad, now re-edited and back on the air, presents Henry Miller as a scientific expert as he reads from talking points written by the No on 37 campaign, claiming the GMO labeling law makes no sense. Miller is well known to front for industry groups including Big Tobacco and Big Oil. He has argued for the re-introduction of the toxic pesticide DDT, attacked US Food and Drug Administration safety regulators, and claimed low levels of radiation can be beneficial to human health.

By Mike Adams

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Organic Spies' video exposing Whole Foods

(www.Borganic.org) I once thought Whole Foods was a great place to shop, and I used to look forward to finding a Whole Foods store in every city I visited. Now when I see "Whole Foods" I think to myself, "Poison Foods" and I have images of those cancer tumors in the rats just pop into my head. I will never shop at Whole Foods again unless and until this corporation honestly labels GMOs or stops selling them altogether.

Two days ago, a group calling itself "Organic Spies" released a shocking video exposing the "GMO lies" at Whole Foods. The retailer sells masses of Monsanto's genetically modified corn, it turns out, and its employees blatantly lie to customers while claiming Whole Foods sells no GMOs at all! YouTube is now playing along with this lie by censoring the "Organic Spies" video, which happened earlier today.

On YouTube, you can watch videos of people having their teeth knocked out, animals being brutally shot by hunters, and even sexually explicit "soft porn." But you absolutely cannot be allowed to watch a video exposing the truth that Whole Foods sells a massive amount of GMOs at its stores.

By Mike Adams

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Russia completely suspends use of Monsanto's GM corn

(www.Borganic.org) What does Russia know about genetically modified corn that we don't? Well, maybe not much, but the difference is Moscow is at least prepared to act on the information it has.

According to recent reports, the Russian consumer-rights watchdog agency, Rospotrebnadzor, said recently it made the decision to suspend importation and use of genetically engineered corn made by Monsanto Co., after release of a study alleging that the crop causes cancer.

Rospotrebnadzor said in a statement that Russia's Institute of Nutrition has been asked to gauge the validity of the study's results, while the European Commission's Directorate General for Health & Consumers has also been contacted, in order to lay out the European Union's position on the issue.

The study was conducted by the University of Caen in France and published earlier this month. Researchers alleged that rats that were fed over a two-year period with the U.S. crop-biotech company's GMO corn, called NK603 and marketed under the brand name "Roundup Ready," "developed more tumors and other severe diseases than a test group fed with regular corn," Fox Business reported.

French government to decide whether it will also ban GMO corn importation

The study also proffered that rats fed with the modified corn and then exposed to the St. Louis-based Monsanto's Roundup weed killer tended to suffer more pathologies that did the test group.

The corn variety is genetically engineered to stave off glyphosate, a weed killer that Monsanto offers under the Roundup brand, the report said.

As expected, a number of scientists and nutritionists discounted the study, greeting it with skepticism. For example, the Science Media Centre, a London-based independent organization that gathers reactions to published research, posted a number of comments by several experts that were critical of the research. Most said the sample size was too small while the data was incomplete, among other concerns.

The study prompted the French government to order its food-safety agency to quickly review its results. Officials said they planned to seek an immediate ban on EU imports of the crop if the findings of the study were deemed to be legitimate and conclusive.

Again, as expected, Monsanto repeated earlier claims that nothing in the French study warranted any sort of ban of the company's biotech-engineered seed.

In particular, the company bashed the study in a statement released shortly after the research published its findings, saying they did "not meet minimum acceptable standards for this type of scientific research," adding that "the findings are not supported by the data presented, and the conclusions are not relevant for the purpose of safety assessment."

Call for GMO labeling in the U.S. by congressman

Fox Business went on to report that an unnamed spokesman from Monsanto downplayed the effect of the Russian ban, pointing out that Moscow imports little American-grown corn anyway.

"Russia is a net exporter of grain, so the actual impact of their temporary suspension, if any, is likely to be small," the spokesman said.

Further, the company said any impact on its sales of corn seed to farmers will also be similarly limited, most likely because the Russian government doesn't allow farmers to plant transgenic crops.

The Health Ranger, Mike Adams, wrote this week that U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, has called for a national GMO labeling law here in the U.S.

"The FDA has received over a million comments from citizens demanding labeling of GMOs. Ninety percent of Americans agree," Kucinich has said. "So, why no labeling? I'll give you one reason: The influence and the corruption of the political process by Monsanto. Monsanto has been a prime mover in GMO technology, a multi-million dollar GMO lobby here and a major political contributor."

Sources:

http://www.foxbusiness.com

http://www.naturalnews.com/037328_Russia_GMO_Monsanto.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/037290_Zyklon_B_GMO_food_weapons.html

By J. D. Heyes
 
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