During warfare, the opposition uses plenty of ways to attack those they are in a battle with. Although many are familiar with psychological warfare, the next, if not the most important kind of warfare is environmental warfare. Because the environment is everywhere and anywhere, poisoning the environment is a thorough and sneaky way to also poison people. Africans are under attack on all fronts; economical, political, meta/physical + spiritual, psychological, and biological, and must learn the ways that they are being attacked in order to counter-attack.
Frankenfoods or GMO(s) are popular sources of poison disguised as nutrients. GMO food is known to have caused an increase in cancer and other biological and psychological problems.
WHY SHOULD I AVOID GMO?
Considering that GMO foods are manmade, the nutritional value will never amount to the original untouched food. GMO foods are derived from plants or animals that have had genes from other plants or animals inserted into them in a laboratory. Many of GMO foods remove the seed or the pit of the fruit, which has the majority of nutrients. GMO foods also have ingredients in them linked to cancer.
Monsanto is an organization that is known for its harsh use of herbicides, pesticides, and GMOs. Its main ingredient Glyphosate is a herbicide that is used in farming. This herbicide is a colorless, orderlies chemical that is sprayed over farms and foods and is said to be safe. However, Monsanto workers are required special uniforms, to protect them from these chemicals. Glyphosate is found to double the risk of blood cancer and myeloma (a Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer). According to a report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, glyphosate is recognized as a carcinogenic in animals that they tested during laboratory studies. It is also shown that human exposure increases the risk of such cancers mentioned above. The workers were shown to have a 70-100% increase in the risk of multiple myeloma. California recently added glyphosate to theorists if known carcinogens. Glyphosate has also been found in 6/8 tofu samples made from Brazilian soybeans, a product used industrially and one of the largest genetically modified crops.
Many people are on the search for organic, natural, non-GMO brands, however, many of these “vegan” brands are under companies that support Monsanto.
Some examples of Brands that contain GMO ingredients are the following:
- Enfamil Infant Formulas
- Morningstar (Worthington/Kellogg’s)
- Weight Watchers (Heinz)
- Nutra Blend Soy Beverage (Bestfoods)
For an extensive list, click here.
“VEGETARIAN” PRODUCTS CONTAINING ANIMAL PRODUCT
- Ice cream – Capric (caper, meaning goat) Acid is a fatty acid found naturally in minor amounts in animal fats and milk, has an unpleasant odor and is used in the manufacture of cellulose products, dye, flavoring, lubricating grease, medicine, perfumes, specialty soaps, and synthetic rubber.
- Chocolate – Emulsifiers are synthetic fats that are produced from glycerol and natural fatty acids, from either plant or animal origin.
- Cheese – “Rennet is an extract from the fourth stomach of young ruminants, such as cows, goats, and sheep. It has a number of enzymes that are designed to help these animals digest their mother’s milk, and when added to milk, it will cause the milk to coagulate, forming the curds and whey that are so essential in the cheesemaking process.”
- Avoid microbial + fungal substitutes
- Pastries – Lard is the rendered fat of a pig.
- Gum – Lanolin wax produced by woolly animals as a form of waterproofing. The wax naturally coats their wool to prevent them from getting wet.
- Stearic Acid is a saturated fatty acid that has an enormous variety of uses as an ingredient in food, cosmetics, and industrial products. It is extracted from many types of animal fats, vegetable fats, and oils.
- Glycerin can come from animal fats comes from animal triglycerides or from plant lipids.
- Chips – Tallow is a form of rendered fat generally made from beef.
- Whey is a by-product of cheese making, formed when the cheese curds separate from the milk or cream
- Casein is a protein that is found in milk.
- Calcium – Tallow
- Worcestershire Sauce – Anchovies
- Castoreum is a beaver anal secretion
- Tortillas – Lard
- Chew Candy – Gelatin
- Bread products – L-cysteine has origins in human hair and poultry feathers. Can be used as a softening agent.
- Beer/Wine – Isinglass(gelatin-like) bladder of freshwater fish for clarification
- Egg white albumin
- Gelatin is processed animal collagen.
- Candy – Carmine is dye from coccus cacti bugs
- Caesar dressing – Anchovy paste
- Marshmallow – Gelatin
- Non-dairy creamer – Casein
- Omega-3 products – Fatty acid from fish
- Peanuts – Gelatin
- Refined Sugar – Bone char
- Refried beans – Hydrogenated lard
SOYLENT GREEN IN REAL LIFE
If you are still on a meat-only diet, there is some unfortunate news for you as some things are too good to be true. Clear Food performed 345 DNA tests on hot dog and sausage brands (meat and vegetarian brands) and found that 10% of the vegetarian products contained flesh. Even more unfortunate, 2% of all the samples contained human DNA. They also found about 14.4% of all products contained ingredients that were not on the labels and that pork was found in 3% of all non-pork products. The history of cannibalism is not a strange phenomenon some cultures.
European Theodor DeBry depicts American cannibals in “Grand Voyages,” (Frankfurt, 1593).
Cannibalism was not a thing of rituals, but part of their daily meals. In the 1800s, candles were created of human fat, crushed skull powders were used for remedies, and individuals would drink blood and eat the flesh of the dead. King Charles II of England sipped ‘The King’s Drops’, a powder mix of the human skull with alcohol.
As a warrior trains himself physically for war, he must also train his mind and his belly. His stomach being his second brain gives fuel to the first. You are what you eat – if you eat the dead and the lab-created, you will act like your previous meal.
Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires: The History of Corpse Medicine from the Renaissance to the Victorians by Richard Sugg
Medicinal Cannibalism in Early Modern English Literature and Culture by Louise Noble