Russia Bans Monsanto Corn Over Cancer Fears

(Sept 27, 2012) Russian authorities temporary suspended the import and sale of Monsanto’s genetically-modified corn after a French study suggested it may be linked to cancer.The Russia’s consumer-rights regulator Rospotrebnadzor asked scientists at the country’s Institute of Nutrition to review the study. The watchdog has also contacted to European Commission’s Directorate General for Health & Consumers to explain the EU’s position on GM corn.The report prepared by France’s University of Caen and published last week, claimed that rats fed over a two-year period with Monsanto’s genetically modified NK603 corn, developed more tumors and other pathologies than a test group fed with regular corn. The NK603, sold under the Roundup label, is genetically engineered to withstand glyphosate weed killer.The company criticized the study, saying it “doesn’t meet minimum acceptable standards for this type of scientific research” and the data was incomplete.Monsanto also said Russia’s ban will have little effect on its business as the country import small volumes of corn from the US. Besides that, the Russian government doesn’t permit farmers to plant GM crops.

“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 in a statement.Meanwhile, France announced it will uphold the ban on genetically modified crops in the country. It has asked the national food-security agency Anses to examine the study of Monsanto’s corn. If other countries follow the examples of Russia and France it could be a severe blow to the major US biotech.In California, activists are fighting to have GM products removed from the food supply. They are also pushing to pass Proposition 37, a law that would legally require genetically modified foods to be labeled as such. Monsanto is opposing the law and it has donated over $4.2 million to lobby against it. Over 2,000 farmers have petitioned the US government to more thoroughly investigate the impacts of the genetically modified corn crop from Monsanto.

Netanyahu: ‘Clear red line’ needed to stop Iran’s nuclear program

(Sept 27, 2012) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a dramatic speech to the United Nations, employed a simple diagram to hammer home his plea that the international community set a “clear red line” over Iran’s nuclear program warning that a nuclear-armed Iran would be tantamount to a nuclear-armed Al Qaeda. Netanyahu claimed Thursday that Iran would have enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear bomb by next summer. His remarks before the U.N. General Assembly amounted to an appeal to the U.S. and other nations to join Israel in drawing a line that Iran cannot cross without risking a military response. Netanyahu argued that nothing less than the “security of the world” is at stake. “The red line must be drawn on Iran’s nuclear enrichment program,” Netanyahu said. “I believe that faced with a clear red line, Iran will back down.” The prime minister displayed a “diagram” showing a crudely drawn sketch of a bomb, divided into sections representing the three stages of uranium enrichment. Using a marker, Netanyahu drew a red line before the end of the second stage. “Red lines don’t lead to war, red lines prevent war,” he said. “Nothing could imperil the world more than a nuclear-armed Iran.” Netanyahu warned that it would be a “dangerous assumption” to think Iran could be deterred like the former Soviet Union. “Imagine their long-range missiles tipped with nuclear warheads, their terror networks armed with atomic bombs who among you would feel safe in the Middle East?” he said.

We Will Find You!


Candy Bar Promotion Uses GPS Tracking Chips And Commando Storm Troopers

  • Chocolate giant launches ‘We Will Find You’ campaign in UK
  • Tracking devices are activated when you open the wrapper
  • Team of ‘commandos’ despatched to your exact location
  • They will swoop down from helicopter to hand you winnings

Keeping watch: Nestle's new 'We Will Find You' campaign promises to track down and deliver £10,000 to six lucky winners

The planners of the coming New World Order grow bolder and bolder by the day, as you will see in this article on a promotional give-away from US candy maker Nestle. In the UK, the makers of Kit Kat and other candy bars are floating this promotion as a trial balloon to gauge people’s real feelings on being tracked, and eventually being chipped.

The name of this new promotion is called “We Will Find You.” The whole idea of it is to make you relax and feel comfortable with the idea of ultra-invasive microchips tracking your every move. There is an old adage that says this: “People will do almost anything for money”. And the One World Government is betting that also applies to taking the coming Mark of the Beast.

From Daily Mail UK: It has an air of Big Brother about it. But this time you’ll be delighted they’re watching you.

Chocolate giant Nestle has launched a new competition in the UK called ‘We Will Find You’ where they have placed tracking devices into six lucky wrappers.

Should you open one of them, the GPS will activate and send a signal through to the company’s control room.

A team of ‘commandos’ will then be despatched in a helicopter to your exact location within 24 hours and deliver you a briefcase containing £10,000 in cash.

To promote the campaign, Nestle has put up around 3,000 posters and produced a TV advert.

The commercial says they will ‘scramble a crack team of highly trained individuals’ to locate the owner of the lucky chocolate.

They will board a helicopter, find the special bar and give the owner £10,000,’ it adds.

According to Ad Week, Nestle believes the promotion ‘will particularly appeal to men’.

The GPS chips will be embedded in the wrappers of KitKat 4 Finger, KitKat Chunky, Aero Peppermint Medium and Yorkie Milk chocolate bars. source – Daily Mail UK

Monster Energy Drinks

How this little quest started for me is as you may know I’m a paranormal Investigator. I use spiritual warfare on the front lines where Jesus is needed in these peoples lives and they don’t know where to turn. I had a case a few years back that was a really bad case. We had cameras being thrown, growling, rocks falling from the ceiling, orbs writing on glass, things moving, full body apparitions, and in one room any time you put a monster energy drink on the dresser it would crush the can, move it to the top drawers of the dresser.  Then  write a message on the mirror about how it likes for cans to be put in this certain spot. So me being me, I figured there had to be some other reason besides a spirit doing this. I started to do research on Monster Energy, It wouldn’t work  with any other type of can. So I did my research and found that one of the ingredients in monster energy, would react to temperature. when you  put in the fridge and pulled it out into room temperature it would some times make the can wrinkle. Wow that’s odd it still didn’t explain to me how it opened a drawer and jumped in and left a message on the glass. So I continued to do more research and I was shocked on what I found! Now before I tell/show you what I found. I want you to understand my thinking going in to this. I see monster logo every where cars, skate boards, hats, shirts, beanies, you see it every where but why?

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Climate change to fuel northern spread of avian malaria

 The spread could prove devastating to arctic bird species that have never encountered the disease and thus have no resistance to it, said San Francisco State University Associate Professorof Biology Ravinder Sehgal, one of

the study’s co-authors. It may also help scientists understand the effects of climate change on the spread of human malaria, which is caused by a similar parasite. Researchers examined blood samples from birds collected at four sites of varying latitude, with Anchorage as a southern point, Denali and Fairbanks as middle points and Coldfoot as a northern point, roughly 600 miles north of Anchorage. They found infected birds in Anchorage and Fairbanks but not in Coldfoot. Using satellite imagery and other data, researchers were able to predict how environments will change due to global warming—and where malaria parasites will be able to survive in the future. They found that by 2080, the disease will have spread north to Coldfoot and beyond. “Right now, there’s no avian malaria above latitude 64 degrees, but in the future, with global warming, that will certainly change,” Sehgal said. The northerly spread is alarming, he added, because there are species in the North American arctic that have never been exposed to the disease and may be highly susceptible to it.

“For example, penguins in zoos die when they get malaria, because far southern birds have not been exposed to malaria and thus have not developed any resistance to it,” he said. “There are birds in the north, such as snowy owls or gyrfalcons, which could experience the same thing.” The study’s lead author is Claire Loiseau, a former postdoctoral fellow in Sehgal’s laboratory at SF State. Ryan Harrigan, a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles, provided data modeling for the project. The research was funded by grants from the AXA Foundation and National Geographic. Researchers are still unsure how the disease is being spread in Alaska and are currently collecting additional data to determine which mosquito species are transmitting the Plasmodium parasites that cause malaria. The data may also indicate if and how malaria in humans will spread northward. Modern medicine makes it difficult to track the natural spread of the disease, Sehgal said, but monitoring birds may provide clues as to how global climate change may affect the spread of human malaria.