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Is There A Secret Plan To Poison Us?

By James Donahue

When we look at the strange concoctions of toxic chemicals like monosodium glutamate, high fructose corn syrup and Aspartame added to the prepared foods offered at the grocery store, the fluoride in our tooth paste, and even the strange chemicals added to the shampoo we use on our scalp, we start to wonder if the food and cosmetic industry in America isn’t out to kill us.

Add to this the antibiotics and other chemicals injected into the cows, pigs, chickens and other farm animals that produce the meat, dairy products and eggs we consume, and the cases of food poisoning that occur, our suspicion grows.

This year we experienced the worst oil spill disaster in history, right in our own Gulf of Mexico, where much of the seafood Americans consume is brought from the sea. Since British Petroleum has apparently capped that runaway gusher we have been assured by company officials and our own government that most of the oil has been cleaned up and that the clams, oysters, shrimp and other favorite sea foods are once again safe to eat. But are they?

ABC News on Sept. 11 reported that Professor Samantha Joye of the Department of Marine Sciences, University of George, is taking core samples at the bottom of the gulf and has found the oil laying across the sea floor, in at least a 70-mile wide radius from the spill site.

“We’re finding it everywhere that we’ve looked. The oil is not gone. It’s in places where nobody has looked for it,” Joye said. She said she finds nothing living in the cores pulled from the ocean floor other than bacteria living under the oil. “I’ve yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm, nothing.” She said.

The implications here are staggering. We suggest that in spite of what our government and BP officials are telling us, don’t eat the sea food from the gulf. We do not believe it is free of all the toxins spewed and sprayed in the water during the height of the disaster.

Add to all of this bad news the advent of factory farms, the genetically modified crops imposed on world farmers by Monsanto Corporation, and agricultural practices that are robbing the soil of its natural nutrients, and we can be assured that the food we eat may not only be unsafe, but lacking in the vitamins and mineral nutrients our bodies need for good health.

Because we are lacking these important vitamins and minerals, the health conscious folks who know this are flocking to the many health food stores that have sprung up in almost every city in the nation. It is commonly believed that certain vitamins and mineral supplements improve health and in some cases, help cure physical ailments. My own doctor encouraged me to take at least a multi-vitamin every day.

This privilege may soon be taken away from us if a conspiratorial organization called Codex Alimentarius has its way. This is a global plan hatched within the United Nations to establish controls on the production, sale and use of food, food supplements, vitamins and minerals everywhere in the world.

If big pharma succeeds in pushing through legislation to enforce rules under Codex Alimentarius, we could all be forced to use the poisonous and costly prescription drugs instead of natural home remedies that have been proven to work.

This concept is silently creeping its way across Europe, recently was introduced into proposed new legislation in Canada, and was introduced by U. S. Senators John McCain of Arizona and Byron L. Dorgan of North Dakota in a bill known as the Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010.

If it becomes law, this bill will drive up the cost of dietary supplements and restrict our access to them. We may have to have a doctor’s prescription just to buy vitamin C over the counter, and the amount we get will be restricted to whatever the FDA establishes as a “safe” level. The bill would give the FDA arbitrary control over what supplements are allowed on the market.

A recent article by Dr. Mark Hyman that appeared on the Huffington Post noted that research by the Lewin Group has shown that spending only pennies a day “on a few key nutritional supplements can dramatically reduce sickness and chronic disease, and greatly decrease health care expenditures as a result.”

For example, the study found that high doses of vitamin D3 and calcium resulted in reduced bone loss and fewer hip fractures in Medicare-age citizens.

It also was found that regular doses of omega-3 fatty acids helped prevent cardiac arrhythmias, improved cell membrane function, reduced inflammation, lowered cholesterol and blood pressure, and had numerous other benefits.

The study examined the effects of lutein and zeaxanthin, both carotenoids found in yellow and orange vegetables. They were shown to effectively treat macular degeneration, or loss of vision and a major reason people over age 65 require nursing home care.

Included in the study was the effects of folic acid among women of childbearing age. It was determined that this supplement taken regularly before conception prevented birth defects called neural tube defects.

The study concluded that regular use of the above supplements alone could bring about a combined savings of $24 billion in health care costs over five years. In addition to the listed benefits above, taking all of them would also provide improved immunity, cognitive function and mood.

Notice that Big Pharma is offering prescription drugs that are supposed to give us the same benefits. But if you listen closely to all of the television advertisements and are not beguiled by the fancy artwork and smiling happy faces, the ads also list all of the possible side effects the hawked snake oil might cause.

And if you get a doctor to write a script for one of those medications, you can expect to be overwhelmed by the price tag for a month of happy pills. Indeed, the over-the-counter natural vitamins and herbal supplements will do the job, usually without any side effects whatsoever.

So there we have it. Poison added to all the food we buy, genetically modified crops robbed of their natural nutrients, seafood full of toxins, and an effort to take away our freedom to buy natural supplements our bodies need at local health food stores, all add up to a concerted effort to poison the human race.

Is this a designed effort to reduce our numbers in an overpopulated world, or is it just big business willing to do just about anything to squeeze more money out of the masses? Either answer spells EVIL in capital letters.