They Are Turning Our Crops, Animals And Even Our Babies Into
Freakish Genetic Monsters
The greatest environmental threat that we are facing is genetic modification. All
over the globe, scientists are treating the fabric of life as if it was a playground where anything goes. Behind
closed doors, scientists all over the planet are creating some of the most freakish and most bizarre monsters that
you could possible imagine, and very few people seem concerned about it. But the truth is that messing with the
building blocks of life is going to have some very serious consequences.
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the recent announcement of a huge secret cloning program, attempts to take over the food supply via GMO, and the
increasing number of SWAT raids on family farms and producers of natural foods.
"They have thrown it in our face and we are not even having a debate or a discussion about
it. We are being poisoned and manipulated through the food and the
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Are we eating cloned meat? (Let's ask
A dangerous trend is cementing
into place, where GMO foods, aspartame added to
milk and cloned meat can all enter the marketplace without being labeled or properly presented to the public. And
while a major controversy has erupted over labeling genetically-modified food staples, commonly mixed in with a
wide array of foods, we are told that cloned beef may not even be identifiable or distinguishable, and may already
be in our food supply. The FDA gave assurances in 2008 that it is safe; but if any risks are identified, how will
the public even know what's on the end of its fork?
Even more disconcerting are the links back to raising of cattle, chickens and other livestock in this country. The
grandson of John D. Rockefeller, John Rockefeller Prentice is a pioneer of artificial insemination, being the first
to freeze bull semen and revolutionize the breeders market from a regional-only stud basis to the capability to
sire "genetically superior" cattle nationally and worldwide with ease -- both for beef and dairy production. His
company American Breeders Service, founded in 1941, became a giant in the industry. By 1988, ABS Global Inc. became
the first firm to clone beef cattle; today they have been absorbed by Genus, plc. and are part of a major biotech
What's really in your food? And who defines what is food anyway?
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The greatest environmental
threat that we are facing is genetic modification. All over the globe, scientists are treating the fabric of
life as if it was a playground where anything goes. Behind closed doors, scientists all over the planet are
creating some of the most freakish and most bizarre monsters that you could possible imagine, and very few people
seem concerned about it. But the truth is that messing with the building blocks of life is going to have some
very serious consequences. Scientists claim that they are making our crops stronger, more productive and less
vulnerable to insects. Scientists claim that they can alter our animals so that they are more "useful" to
us. Scientists claim that genetic modification is only going to "enhance" humanity. But what if
something goes seriously wrong? For example, what if we learn that eating genetically modified food is
really, really bad for us? Well, at this pointmore than 70 percent of the processed foods sold in the United States contain at least one ingredient that
has been genetically modified. It would be kind of hard to go back now. We have rushed ahead and
have created hordes of freakish genetic monsters without ever seriously considering the consequences.
Someday, future generations may look back on us and wonder how we could have ever been so incredibly
We were promised that genetically modified crops would enable us to feed the
world. Well, the world isstill starving, but we sure have seen super
weeds, super pests and super diseases all develop as a result of genetic modification.
A recent articleby George Dvorsky discussed how bollworms in China are now becoming resistant to the toxins grown inside
As far as the real world mutated bollworms are concerned, they're starting
to take off in China. The researchers discovered that resistance-conferring mutations in cotton bollworm were
three times more common in northern China than in areas of northwestern China where less Bt cotton has been
A recentNPR article detailed
how we are seeing something similar happen in the United States. Rootworms are becoming resistant to the
toxins grown inside Bt corn, and this is starting to cause major problems....
The scientists who called for caution now are saying "I told you so,"
because there aresigns that a new
strain of resistant rootworms is emerging. In eastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and parts of Minnesota
and Nebraska, rows of Bt corn have toppled over, their roots eaten by rootworms.
EntomologistAaron Gassmannat Iowa State University, who authored the PLoS One paper, collected insects from some of
these fields and found many with a greater-than-expected ability to tolerate Bt.
This wasn't supposed to happen.
But it is happening.
Meanwhile, we are also now learning that Bt corn may not be quite as "safe" for
humans as we had been promised. The following is from a recent articleby Dr. Mercola....
80 percent of umbilical blood in their babies,
67 percent of non-pregnant women
The study authors speculate that the Bt toxin was likely consumed in the
normal diet of the Canadian middle class—which makes sense when you consider that genetically engineered corn
is present in the vast majority of all processed foods and drinks in the form of high fructose corn syrup. They
also suggest that the toxin may have come from eating meat from animals fed Bt corn, which most livestock
raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFO, or so-called "factory farms") are.
These shocking results raise the frightening possibility that eating Bt
corn might actually turn your intestinal flora into a sort of "living pesticide factory"… essentially
manufacturing Bt-toxin from within your digestive system on a continuing basis.
If this hypothesis is correct, is it then also possible that the Bt-toxin
might damage the integrity of your digestive tract in the same way it damages insects? Remember, the toxin
actually ruptures the stomach of insects, causing them to die. The biotech industry has insisted that the
Bt-toxin doesn't bind or interact with the intestinal walls of mammals (which would include humans). But again,
there are peer-reviewed published research showing that Bt-toxin does bind with mouse small intestines and with
intestinal tissue from rhesus monkeys.
Are you sure that the food thatyou are eating is safe?
For much more on the dangers of eating genetically modified food, check
Turning Our Animals Into Monsters
Scientists all over the world seem to have no problem messing with our animals
Recently it was revealed that scientists in China have genetically
modified300 cows to produce
milk that has many of the same qualities that human breast milk does.
So how did they do this?
Well, they inserted human genes into the cows.
So those cows are now essentially part human and part cow.
Are you disturbed yet?
You should be.
In aprevious article, I detailed quite a few
other examples of how they are turning our animals into genetic monsters....
Can you imagine what kind of bizarre monsters are being created in
Genetically Modified Humans?
Sadly, now even human babies are being genetically modified. Recently it was
reported that scientists have created babies that have three parents. The following is from a
recentDaily Mail article....
The world's first geneticallymodified humans have been created, it was
revealed last night.
The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of
experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics.
So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain
genes from three 'parents'.
Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of
one experimental programme at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas in New
The babies were born to women who had problems conceiving. Extra genes
from a female donor were inserted into their eggs before they were fertilised in an attempt to enable them to
Genetic fingerprint tests on two one-year- old children confirm that they
have inherited DNA from three adults --two women and one man.
The fact that the children have inherited the extra genes and incorporated
them into their 'germline' means that they will, in turn, be able to pass them on to their own
The implications of this are staggering.
Will those babies be allowed to reproduce someday?
If so, that genetic material will get into the general population, and once that
happens there will be no retrieving it.
But scientists are so excited that they are able to do some of these things that
they never stop to ask whether theyshould be doing these things.
Scientists all over the globe have also been creating creatures that are
part-human and part-animal in an attempt to find cures for various diseases. In aprevious article, I quoted
aDaily Mail article which discussed the "human-animal hybrid embryos" that are secretly being created in
Scientists have created more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos in
The hybrids have been produced secretively over the past three years by
researchers looking into possible cures for a wide range of diseases.
The revelation comes just a day after a committee of scientists warned of
a nightmare ‘Planet of the Apes’ scenario in which work on human-animal creations goes too far.
Who in the world decided that this would be a good idea?
This kind of mixing of animals and humans is even happening in the heartland of
the United States. The following is from an article posted on MSNBC a number of years ago entitled
"Scientists Create Animals That Are
On a farm about six miles outside this gambling town, Jason Chamberlain
looks over a flock of about 50 smelly sheep, many of them possessing partially human livers, hearts, brains and
What does being "part-human" mean?
Is there something fundamental that sets us apart from the animals?
If so, when is that line crossed?
It is absolutely amazing that more people are not upset about this
That same MSNBC article described some of the other things that scientists are
doing with human genetic material....
In the past two years, scientists have created pigs with human blood,
fused rabbit eggs with human DNA and injected human stem cells to make paralyzed mice walk.
Should science be able to do whatever it wants to with human DNA?
Are we absolutely certain that all of these bizarre experiments will never have
any very serious unintended consequences?
If you ever need an organ transplant, you might want to check where the organ is
coming from. If you are not careful, doctors might implant an organ from a monster that is part-human and
part-pig inside of you.
Another very disturbing scientific movement that is gaining a lot of momentum
right now istranshumanism. The
idea is that humans can be greatly "enhanced" using computers, microchips, nanobots, "micro-machines", genetic
engineering and other cutting edge technologies.
By merging humans and technology, those promoting transhumanism believe that
humans can become much stronger and much more intelligent. They believe that aging, sickness, disease,
disabilities, physical suffering and even death can eventually be totally eliminated.
But at some point would such "super humans" cease to be human?
And what would that mean for the rest of us?
These are very important questions.
Our world was created with incredible precision and with a natural balance between
"the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees". When we start messing with the basic building blocks
of life, we open up "Pandora's Box" and we might not like the consequences.
It is incredibly arrogant to think that we can turn our crops, our animals
and even our babies into freakish genetic monsters and that everything will be just fine.
We are ripping nature to shreds and we are rapidly destroying the
environment that has been entrusted to us.
In the end, I am afraid that we will pay a great price for our
U.S. researchers create 30 genetically modified human babies
researchers from theInstitute for Reproductive Medicine and
Scienceof Saint Barnabas in New Jersey have created 30 healthy babies who have been genetically altered. It has been
confirmed that two of these children have the DNA of three parents.
The babies were created when women were treated for infertility by Professor Jacques
Cohen and his team. Their eggs had defects in tiny structures in their egg cells called mitochondria. They had
mitochondria from donor eggs inserted into these eggs, as well as DNA from sperm cells. The mitochondria contain
DNA and therefore have carried the donor DNA into the egg. The babies will now pass on this genetic change to their
children down the maternal line when they reproduce.
Professor Cohen is regarded as a controversial but brilliant pioneer in the world of
reproductive medicine. His work on helping infertile couples has resulted in advances in the ability to help
infertile men have their own offspring, by inserting genetic material from sperm into egg cells so that donor sperm
is not required. However, many see that some of his research, and some of his claims, to be a step too far, such as
the claim that he could clone children.
Worthless and dangerous
Lord Winston, of the Hammersmith Hospital in West London, told the
BBC yesterday: "Regarding the treatment of the infertile, there is no evidence that this technique is worth doing .
. . I am very surprised that it was even carried out at this stage. It would certainly not be allowed in
A spokesman for theHuman Fertilization
and Embryology Authority (HFEA) agreed that due to the possibility of
altering the human germ line, it would not license the technique in Britain. However, the less rigid rules on
fertilization treatment in other countries mean that this kind of technology could allow modifications to the gene
pool worldwide. Whilst these are the first "healthy" babies that have been genetically modified, the long term
effects of carrying DNA from three parents is not known.
The technique used could allow the parents of a child to choose a third parent with
traits they wish their children to have, such as being taller, and would open up the whole debate about the ethics
of designer babies. As a species, we have to be very careful that our inventions, such as this technique, do not
cause damage to the genes of our future descendants.
Life, whether human or
otherwise, is no longer sacred to many of today’s scientists, who actually believe that tampering with the
genetic blueprints of living beings will somehow improve humanity and create a better world. And this
disturbing reality became ever more apparent recently when genetic butchers at Oregon Health & Sciences
University (OHSU) announced their discovery of a way to manipulate the DNA of human embryos to obstruct normal
gene transfer and create genetically “superior” babies that are supposedly less prone to disease.
According to the Chicago Tribune, these genetically-modified (GM) embryos are not
yet intended to actually produce real, living children — although it is only a matter of time before this nightmare
becomes a reality (remember the movie Gattaca?) — but they will be used in the present to investigate how babies of
the future might avoid certain inherited diseases. By combining the genes of one man with those of two women, OHSU
researchers claim they have devised a way to effectively replace “defective” genes with normal ones.
There are two types of genes contained in cells — those found inside the nucleus
of cells, which influence visible traits such as eye color and height, and those found outside the nucleus in
energy-generating mitochondria, which do not influence visible traits, and are only passed along by the mother
rather than the father. It is these exterior genes that OHSU scientists have learned to alter, reprogram, and
literally block from being passed down from mother to child, which they claim could one day unveil ways by which
inherited diseases might be avoided
Tampering with human genes will likely unleash a Pandora’s box of health
But is this genetic manipulation of the human genome safe and ethical? The answer
to this, just like to all genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), is a resounding no, as nobody knows for sure what
the long-term effects of vandalizing human genes really are until after the irreversible process has been set into
motion. And yet this has not stopped OHSU researchers nor their British predecessors who conducted similar
experiments back in 2008 from engaging in the abominable practice under the guise of supposedly preventing
According to reports, the OHSU team that worked on the study, which was published
in the journal Nature, is currently trying to gain federal approval to test the development of its GMO babies in
actual women rather than in petri dishes, which will take such experiments to a whole new level of reality. It will
presumably not be long after, should these “Frankenscientists” receive such approval, before GMO babies are
normalized throughout society, and eventually perceived as genetically superior to normal babies with genetic
British news claims GMO babies are already being manufactured in
The U.K.’s Daily Mail; however, reported recently that similar GMO babies are
already in existence, having been created using similar techniques in women with fertility problems. According to
that particular report, at least two babies born using gene-splicing techniques have already been confirmed to
possess genes from three different parents, one father and two mothers.
“The fact that the children have inherited the extra genes and incorporated them
into their ‘germline’ means that they will, in turn, be able to pass them on to their own offspring,” wrote Michael
Hanlon about the issue. “Altering the human germline — in effect tinkering with the very make-up of our species …
could be used to create new races of humans with extra, desired characteristics such as strength or high
Chinese scientists genetically modify human
embryos Rumours of germline modification prove true — and look set to reignite an ethical
by David Cyranoski, Sara Reardon | Nature.com | April 22, 2015
In a world first, Chinese scientists have reported editing the genomes of
human embryos. The results are published1 in the online journal Protein & Cell and confirm widespread rumours that
such experiments had been conducted—rumours that sparked a high-profile debate last month2,3 about the ethical implications of such work.
In the paper, researchers led by Junjiu Huang, a gene-function researcher at Sun Yat-sen University in
Guangzhou, tried to head off such concerns by using ‘non-viable’ embryos, which cannot result in a live birth, that
were obtained from local fertility clinics. The team attempted to modify the gene responsible for β-thalassaemia, a
potentially fatal blood disorder, using a gene-editing technique known as CRISPR/Cas9. The researchers say that
their results reveal serious obstacles to using the method in medical applications.
“I believe this is the first report of CRISPR/Cas9 applied to human pre-implantation embryos and as such the
study is a landmark, as well as a cautionary tale,” says George Daley, a stem-cell biologist at Harvard Medical
School in Boston. “Their study should be a stern warning to any practitioner who thinks the technology is ready for
testing to eradicate disease genes.”
BREAKING: Study Shows GM Corn Cause Massive Tumors in Lab
Eating genetically modified corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto's Roundup chemical fertilizer
caused rats to develop horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That's the conclusion
of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto's genetically modified
The study has been deemed "the most thorough research ever published into the health effects of GM food crops
and the herbicide Roundup on rats." News of the horrifying findings is spreading like wildfire across the
internet, with even the mainstream media seemingly in shock over the photos of rats with multiple grotesque
tumors... tumors so large the rats even had difficulty breathing in some cases. GMOs may be the new
Eating genetically modified
corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto’s Roundup chemical fertilizer caused rats to develop
horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That’s the conclusion of a shocking new study that
looked at thelong-term effects of consuming Monsanto’s genetically modified corn.
The study has been deemed “the most thorough research ever published into the
health effects of GM food crops and the herbicide Roundup on rats.” News of the horrifying findings is spreading
like wildfire across the internet, with even the mainstream media seemingly in shock over the photos of rats with
multiple grotesque tumors… tumors so large the rats even had difficulty breathing in some
cases.GMOs may be the new
It reported, “Scientists found that rats exposed to even the smallest amounts,
developed mammary tumors andsevere liver and kidney
damage as early as four months in males, and seven months for
It goes on to say: “The animals on the GM diet suffered mammary tumors, as well as
severe liver and kidney damage. The researchers said 50 percent of males and70 percent of females died prematurely, compared
with only 30 percent and 20 percent in the control group.” (Article Continued Below)
French researchers secretly studied, for two years, 200 rats fed with transgenic maize. Tumors,
serious disorders... full-fledged slaughter. And a bomb for the GMO industry.
More information http://www.gmo-global-alert.net
Genetic Fallacy: How Monsanto
Silences Scientific Dissent
That a former Monsanto scientist should find himself in charge of a specially-created post at the very journal that
published two landmark studies questioning the safety of that company's products should surprise no one who is
aware of the Monsanto revolving door. This door is responsible for literally dozens of Monsanto officials,
lobbyists and consultants finding themselves in positions of authority in the government bodies that are supposedly
there to regulate the company and its actions.
Find out more about Monsanto's ability to suppress scientific dissent in this week's edition of the
BoilingFrogsPost.com Eyeopener report.
"GMO pushers will
lie, cheat, steal, falsify and even mass-murder as many people as it takes to further their agenda
of total global domination over the entire food supply… at ANY