They hailed it as a wonderfood. Soya not only destroys forests and small farmers – it can also be bad for your health by Anthony Barnett, The Observer, Sunday 7 November 2004, www.guardian.co.uk
“Anderson’s ‘eureka’ moment arrived when a complex analysis of the samples she was working on revealed that the seminal liquid surrounding the slower-moving sperm contained chemicals called isoflavones. These compounds are also known as phyto-oestrogens or plant-oestrogens because they mimic oestrogen, the powerful female hormone.
“These highly active compounds are found in large concentrations in soya….”
Read the whole article and you’ll be amazed.
Genetic modification, supposedly so they can spray herbicides that exterminate everything else.
Dislocation of local populations for the benefit of establishment international corporations and their so-called “free trade” system where nations and local tribes aren’t allowed to do their own thing any more, and there are hardly even any jobs out of it.
Risk to reproductive health and other serious health issues, total domination It’s the perfect food for the New World Order agenda, and they make sure they add it to almost everything you buy in the grocery store. Take a look at the labels.
They don’t call it socialism or communism or fascism. The world is being re-arranged and centrally planned by so-called “capitalists”, turned into a huge deliberately inter-locking socialist machine where we are made to be dependent on foreign and engineered food. And we are all being given the same food to eat.
And cancer is a big mystery to us. But maybe it shouldn’t be such a mystery at all, and we should wise up and pay attention, and take steps to protect our health as much as we can, about this and other issues. And stop trusting those who supply our “food”.
It’s not easy, but boycotting and complaining to companies, and communicating information to others is a starting point. We should be standing up to protect ourselves and our families. And we shouldn’t have to pay more. We don’t have more money. We should demand that companies clean up their act.
We shouldn’t allow garbage to be dumped on our plates. But we do. And someone’s dumping it. And governments allow it and approve it. What does that mean? You figure it out.
I believe in liberty. That means I believe human beings have rights and freedoms. And that includes the right to manufacture and sell products – in good faith however. But not just for international corporations! For us also. What happens as gas prices go up, and we have LESS for food? Why is all of this centrally controlled, and we have to deal with inflation and debt and these incredible TAXES and restrictions placed on our lives??
And we always find a way to blame each other and ourselves for not working hard enough etc., but why not blame those – public and private privileged interests – who limit our choices, who devalue the currency, who cut off our freedoms in the name of the “environment”, who shut down coal plants, and close off energy sources, bail out banks, who go along with all these lies about how we are causing climate change, who take away our civil liberties in the name of fighting terrorism, who continue wars as much as they like that do not benefit us.
Liberty also means the right and freedom to judge for ourselves, recognize the truth and protect our lives through boycott and information – from what appears to be predatory aggression. If governments were in the hands of ordinary people and not part of a monopolist control agenda, then maybe governments could be protecting us properly, or maybe not. The point is to recognize what is happening now and try to use some of the tools we have now that might work, such as boycott and information.