Ghostnuts Podcast #55 – GMO, Monsanto and Plant Based Meat
A virtual representation of the Ghostnuts Podcast #55 which can be found at https://ghostnutspodcast.com
You probably know something about GMOs, which stands for genetically modified organisms. The popular definition of a GMO is “an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques.” But that’s not why everyone’s afraid of Monsanto. Monsanto is scary because — in the eyes of detractors — it’s compressing 10,000 years of genetic adaptations into 10 years of mad science.
The history of commercialized GMO foods as we now know them began just two decades ago, with an “enhanced” tomato that was so unprofitable to produce that its developer wound up selling itself to Monsanto. Since then, other developments have embedded GMOs into a rather substantial part of the world’s food supply.
To give you a brief rundown of what’s happening in India, Farmers were simply enticed from switching over to their traditional crops to GM seeds, they were promised unbelievable yields and income from adopting this “superior seed”. So these farmers borrow money to buy these seeds, the seeds turn out to be duds. No crops grow, no harvest, no yield, no income. They are driven into a debt they can’t pay off, which unfortunately pushes many of these farmers to commit suicide.
Founded in 1901 by John Francis Queeny, as a ‘chemical company’ Monsanto started its not so humble beginnings selling its first products which were commodity food additives, such as the artificial sweetener saccharin, caffeine and vanillin. The company was named after John’s wife’s maiden name, as she was part of the wealthy Jewish big buzzness Monsanto family. In 1919 they expanded to Europe to partner with another chemical company. In 1926 they funded and made a town in Illinois called Monsanto WTF. In 1936 they acquired research labs in Dayton Ohio, where they wanted lab owners to work on the Manhattan Project and the company was involved in nuclear weapons.
So basically this company is oozing out of its skin in chemicals and nuclear projects, so how the fuck are they the leader of agriculture and crops. And to top it off they are owned by Bayer. Yes, possibly one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world purchased Monsanto a few years ago for $66BILLION.
As mentioned earlier Monsanto has spent years developing GMOs via science, but with the involvement with all these big companies, could it be part of the depopulation agenda as another source because as Henry Kissinger once said “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people”.
Monsanto partners with the German chemical industry IG Farben to use their common homicidal expertise to introduce on the food market another neurotoxic product called Aspartame. Today, numerous studies have shown aspartame can lead to the development of more than 70 medical conditions, including cancer.
In 1995, Monsanto began manufacturing genetically modified grains: corns, soybeans, rapeseeds, and Roundup Ready Crops (RR Crops) that have had their DNA altered to allow them to withstand the glyphosate herbicides (the active ingredient of Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup), which causes many cancers, including brain cancer.
In the era of people waking up to GMOs and an era of influential people speaking about eating meat alternatives, people start to do more reading when they go shopping. Now these plant based companies are using synthetic biology in their foods (which is GMO 2.0). Unlike GMO, you don’t have to say it is ‘Synthetic Biology’ on your labelling because it is okay under the FDA.
Beyond Meats or Impossible Foods don’t actually say on their websites that their foods are vegan or vegetarian however they say plant based, because one would assume that plant based means good for vegetarians. Wrong. It just means it’s based on plants so it could contain meat. One of the main ingredients in these meats is genetically modified Heme. Dr Michael Eisen once mentioned ‘In order to provide tasty alternatives to animal meat made from plants, you need lots of heme, and to get heme you need genetic engineering.
Apparently there is a theory that HEK293 cells are used in the plant based meats to get them to what they look like because lets not fuck around I know what a fucking vegeburger looks like and these things looks like they’ve been pulled straight of a fucking cow. Also the FDA once quoted ‘Because of the extremely small amounts used, the HEK293 cells do not have to be disclosed to the end consumer’. It’s also interesting that Impossible Foods is across the road to a Planned Parenthood.
DISCLAIMER: All topics discussed are hypothetical and may or may not be true, it is just a couple of friend's take on the subjects brought up. We advise you to please do your own research and don't just take what we say as gospel. This is all for fun and entertainment. Godspeed.
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