Regulators Discover a Hidden Viral Gene in Commercial GMO Crops

Maybe they already know this and it’s all part of the depopulation plan ? Maybe they didn’t know and now that they do, they really don’t care. After all, most of us are useless eaters to the 1%. Silly Meat Puppet ….

via Independent Science News

In the course of analysis to identify potential allergens in GMO crops, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has belatedly discovered that the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene (Podevin and du Jardin 2012). This finding has serious ramifications for crop biotechnology and its regulation, but possibly even greater ones for consumers and farmers. This is because there are clear indications that this viral gene (called Gene VI) might not be safe for human consumption. It also may disturb the normal functioning of crops, including their natural pest resistance.

What Podevin and du Jardin discovered is that of the 86 different transgenic events (unique insertions of foreign DNA) commercialized to-date in the United States 54 contain portions of Gene VI within them. They include any with a widely used gene regulatory sequence called the CaMV 35S promoter (from the cauliflower mosaic virus; CaMV). Among the affected transgenic events are some of the most widely grown GMOs, including Roundup Ready soybeans (40-3-2) and MON810 maize. They include the controversial NK603 maize recently reported as causing tumors in rats (Seralini et al. 2012).

The researchers themselves concluded that the presence of segments of Gene VI “might result in unintended phenotypic changes”. They reached this conclusion because similar fragments of Gene VI have already been shown to be active on their own (e.g. De Tapia et al. 1993). In other words, the EFSA researchers were unable to rule out a hazard to public health or the environment.

In general, viral genes expressed in plants raise both agronomic and human health concerns (reviewed in Latham and Wilson 2008). This is because many viral genes function to disable their host in order to facilitate pathogen invasion. Often, this is achieved by incapacitating specific anti-pathogen defenses. Incorporating such genes could clearly lead to undesirable and unexpected outcomes in agriculture. Furthermore, viruses that infect plants are often not that different from viruses that infect humans. For example, sometimes the genes of human and plant viruses are interchangeable, while on other occasions inserting plant viral fragments as transgenes has caused the genetically altered plant to become susceptible to an animal virus (Dasgupta et al. 2001). Thus, in various ways, inserting viral genes accidentally into crop plants and the food supply confers a significant potential for harm.

See related [off site] – We’re not ready for genetic engineering


#DuPont breaks ground on $200M cellulosic #ethanol plant

I’m sure they expect a return on the ‘capital investment’. $10 a gallon sounds about right. SHIT .. It’ll cost $250 to fill my tank with this crap!


The company announced Friday it has started construction on a $200 million cellulosic ethanol facility in Iowa. When the facility is completed in mid-2014, it will have the capacity to generate 30 million gallons annually of cellulosic biofuel produced from corn stover residues, a non-food feedstock consisting of corn stalks and leaves. ….

…. DuPont was able to optimize the process and technology at its pilot facility in Tennessee, which allowed it to increase the annual capacity at the Iowa plant, the company said. The commercial plant in Iowa will require a capital investment of about $7 per gallon of annual capacity.


DuPont Sends in Former Cops to Enforce Seed Patents

Not that anyone I know wants to eat this shit … but what are you going to do. GMO is in everything.

DuPont Co. (DD), the world’s second- biggest seed company, is sending dozens of former police officers across North America to prevent a practice generations of farmers once took for granted.

The provider of the best-selling genetically modified soybean seed is looking for evidence of farmers illegally saving them from harvests for replanting next season, which is not allowed under sales contracts. The Wilmington, Delaware-based company is inspecting Canadian fields and will begin in the U.S. next year, said Randy Schlatter, a DuPont senior manager.

DuPont is protecting its sales of Roundup Ready soybeans, so called because they tolerate being sprayed by Monsanto Co. (MON)’s Roundup herbicide. For years enforcement was done by Monsanto, which created Roundup Ready and dominates the $13.3 billion biotech seed industry, though it’s moving on to a new line of seeds now that patents are expiring. That leaves DuPont to play the bad guy, enforcing alternative patents so cheaper “illegal beans” don’t get planted.

“Farmers are never going to get cheap access to these genetically engineered varieties,” said Charles Benbrook, a research professor at Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources. “The biotech industry has trumped the legitimate economic interests of the farmer again by raising the ante on intellectual property.”

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Swine Flu Vaccine – What if Steroid Fungal Meningitis were in it ?

I often wonder what goes into vaccines that we never know about. Sure they give us a list of ingredients, but how do we know it’s complete. Like they would tell us if they sneaked something deadly in there to reduce the world population [that’s another story].

I’ve recently thought about, What if the Fungal Meningitis had been in the ‘Swine Flu Vaccine’ that many around the world decided to take during the ‘Swine Flu Pandemic Hoax’ and continue to take every year since. How many would be dead right now ?
I also find interesting that most cases and deaths from Steroid Injections Fungal Meningitis are in the Eastern US and all deaths are in the Northeast. Likely nothing to that as most doctors offices that have the tainted steroids are in these areas.

Via the CDC –

As of October 9, a total of 119 cases in 7 states and 11 deaths have been identified with a clinical picture consistent with fungal infection: Florida (4 cases), Indiana (12 cases), Maryland (8 cases, including 1 death), Michigan (25 cases, including 3 deaths), North Carolina (2 cases), Tennessee (39 cases, including 6 deaths), and Virginia (24 cases, including 1 death). Fungus has been identified in specimens obtained from 9 patients, including Aspergillus and Exserohilum.

Infected patients have developed a variety of symptoms approximately 1 to 4 weeks following their injection, including fever, new or worsening headache, nausea, and new neurological deficit (consistent with deep brain stroke). Some of these patients’ symptoms were very mild in nature. Cerebrospinal fluid obtained from these patients has shown findings consistent with meningitis.

Speaking of ‘swine flu’ and influenza vaccines in general .. Do you get vaccinated ? I don’t and have had 1 flu shot in my life. I caught the flu that year, go figure. Sine I was diagnosed with diabetes a little over 3 years ago, every time it’s time for doctors to administer flu vaccines, mine always says, time for your flu shot. The look on their faces when I say ‘No thanks’ is a polaroid moment. They still insist I quit smoking too. hahaha

Anyway here’s a good read from my buddy B’Man [ Read it here – Take Your Jab and Shove It: It Don’t Work Here Anymore ] where he shows us

Vaccines administered parenterally, that is, outside the digestive tract—which generally means by injection—reduced influenza-like symptoms by only 4%